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GUIDE FOR ARCHITECT ENGINEER FIRMS PERFORMING SERVICES FOR THE ATLANTIC DIVISION NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND 1510 GILBERT STREET NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 23511-2699

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RECORD OF REVISIONS
REV DATE OF NO. REVISION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 DESCRIPTION DATE INITIALS ENTERED

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FORWARD 1. This publication is issued to provide guidance to Architect-Engineer (A&E) firms performing services for the Department of the Navy, Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (LANTNAVFACENGCOM). It is essential that all A&E personnel and associates responsible for preparing plans, specifications, cost estimates, studies or other services, follow all procedures and instructions outlined herein All A&E contracts issued by LANTNAVFACENGCOM reference this guide as part of the contract. This also includes A&E contracts issued by: OICC Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Virginia EFA Med Naples, Italy 2. Contract services of this nature fall into three broad classes:

a. Architect and Engineering Services related to construction, maintenance, alteration or repair of shore facilities. The product of this class of service is a set of construction documents; i.e., drawings, specifications, cost estimate and pre and post design support such as soil borings, site topography, and construction surveillance. b. Engineering Services related to planning, inspection, study and project development for existing or proposed facilities. The product of this class of service is normally a study or report. c. Environmental studies and remedial designs in accordance with Federal / State / Local environmental laws and regulations. 3. A firm providing contract services to the Navy will be the Designer of Record and will incur the usual professional responsibilities and liabilities for the specific project/task. We evaluate design changes which occur during construction and actively pursue A&E liability if appropriate. The Designer of Record should become familiar with the contract terms and content of this publication with respect to pre and post construction design responsibilities. Problems typically encountered in several critical areas of project development are listed below in an effort to focus your attention. These areas should receive special emphasis as applicable. a. FIELD WORK - Properly conducted field and condition surveys are essential. This data must be complete, accurately documented and appropriately incorporated into the plans and specifications to avoid large and expensive change orders and construction delays.

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b. COST AND BUDGET CONTROL - Effective cost control is essential to successful project development. Establishment of an adequate budget and a design cost control system at the beginning of a project and continuing application of this system throughout the design process can prevent costly redesign of projects. c. SCHEDULING AND SUBMITTALS - Project schedules are established at the outset to meet the customers operational commitments and inserted in our master scheduling process to balance our workload. Adherence to the established schedule or notification of need for change is imperative. Incomplete and/or uncoordinated submittals are a major problem and will not be accepted. During fee negotiations, the Designer of Record should assure that the preparation period is adequate to allow for a thorough review by the firm prior to submission. d. DESIGN QUALITY CONTROL - Design Quality is a high priority and is the responsibility of the A&E firm. At times it appears that A&E firms rely on a Government review to provide quality control for the plans and specifications. This, of course, usually delays the return of submittals, involves additional time on our part, and often ultimately results in a poor set of bid documents. Coordination among the various disciplines as well as sections of the specifications is often a major problem that need particular improvement. It is expected that your control program must be the primary discipline to deliver the level of design quality expectation. Time spent preparing a quality design package will reduce redesign effort and time spent resolving problems during the construction contract phase. 4. Where the provisions of this guide address the same subject as the contract clauses, the contract clauses shall govern. 5. Work of the A&E will be reviewed by LANTNAVFACENGCOM only to the extent necessary to establish conformance with authorized scope and applicable Navy design criteria, and to establish reasonable assurance that work can be completed within funds authorized. The A&E shall accept full responsibility for the technical accuracy and professional quality of all work and materials which are furnished under a contract with LANTNAVFACENGCOM. 6. LANTNAVFACENGCOM is committed to Quality. To achieve this goal we . . . . l l l Expect professional performance from A&Es. Insist on first class service. Strive for environmental compatible solutions.

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Require A&Es to document and implement their own Quality Assurance Plan. Insist on attention to details.

l Strive for technical, functional and aesthetic solutions responsive to customer needs and expectations. prudent balance between need and desire, and between the ideal and the realistic in terms of constructability. l l Require project execution to stay within scope and budget. Expect A&E to stay on schedule.

We appreciate your support in achieving these goals and objectives.

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INDEX

1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11

DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL GUIDANCE DEFINITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PHILOSOPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONFLICTS OF INTEREST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RELEASE OF INFORMATION PERTAINING TO DESIGN PROJECTS ECONOMY IN DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SELECTION OF MATERIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DATA AND MATERIAL FURNISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT. . . . . . CONSULTATION SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A&E PERFORMANCE EVALUATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A&E PERFORMANCE AWARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PROGRESS PAYMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Instructions for Completing Contractors Invoice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Contractors Invoice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Instructions for Completing Contract Performance Statement . . . . . . . . .1-14 Contract Performance Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Instructions for Completing Affidavit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Affidavit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-15 1-16 1-17

Instructions for Completing Contractors Release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-18 Contractors Release Under Contract . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i 1-19

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2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16

CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS QUALITY OF WORK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A&E LIABILITY .............................................

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SCOPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONFERENCES AND INSPECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

DESIGN SCHEDULE AND PROGRESS REPORTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 SITE INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SURVEYS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS . . . . . . . . . . VALUE ENGINEERING (VE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ELECTRICAL DESIGNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT FOR MEDICAL PROJECTS . . . . . . . . . . . SHORE ELECTRONICS PROJECTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SITE ADAPTATION OF STANDARD OR CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATING PERMITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SAMPLE CONTRACT A&E PROGRESS REPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4 2-4 2-5 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-9 2-9 2-9

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3. 3.2 3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.3.4 3.3.5 3.3.6 3.3.7 3.3.8 3.3.9 4. 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.5.4

SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS (CONT) A&E SEAL ON DOCUMENTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DESIGN SUBMITTALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PEP SUBMITTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35% STATION PRESENTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35% SUBMITTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100% SUBMITTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FINAL SUBMITTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NATIONAL CAPITAL PLANNING COMMISSION (NCPC AND/OR COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS (CFA) PRESENTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . HOST NATION APPROVAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DUALLANGUAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ITALIAN LAW COMPLIANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BASIS OF DESIGN INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BASIS OF DESIGN - SUGGESTED FORMAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ARCHITECTURAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STRUCTURAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CIVIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SITE PLAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3-16 3-17 3-18 3-18

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRUCTION & OPERATING PERMITS . . . . . . 4-4 ASBESTOS, LEAD BASED PAINT, AND TOXIC WASTE . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 WATER SUPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7

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BASIS OF DESIGN (CONT) SEWERS AND SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ROADS, DRIVEWAYS, PARKING AREAS, AND WALKS . . . . . . . . . . AIRFIELD PAVEMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DUST AND EROSION CONTROL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CATHODIC PROTECTION & PROTECTIVE COATINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . FENCING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RAILROADS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PHYSICAL SECURITY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MECHANICAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MECHANICAL SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PLUMBING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HEATING, VENTILATION, AND COOLING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ENERGY CONSERVATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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HEATING PLANTS AND HEATING PLANT ADDITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . 4-19 REFRIGERATION (COLD STORAGE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FUEL DISTRIBUTION AND STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FIRE PROTECTION AND SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SYSTEM SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ELECTRICAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv 4-19 4-19 4-30 4-30 4-31 4-32 4-32

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4. 4.8.2 4.8.3 5. 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 6. 6.1 6.2

BASIS OF DESIGN (CONT) ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DRAWING/SKETCHES

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ARRANGEMENT AND PRESENTATION OF DRAWINGS . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 SIZES OF DRAWINGS/SKETCHES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DRAFTING MEDIA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ORIENTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LETTERING AND SHADING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SECTION AND DETAIL DESIGNATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCALES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TITLE BLOCKS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DRAWING NUMBERS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MATERIAL SYMBOLS ON DRAWINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DUAL LANGUAGE DRAWINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RELATION OF DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-5

COMMON DISCREPANCIES IN NOMENCLATURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 BORING LOG PRESENTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . METRIC DIMENSIONING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v 6-1 6-1 5-7 5-7

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SPECIFICATIONS (CONT) REFERENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SPECIFYING NEW MATERIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SPECIFYING FOREIGN MATERIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PROPRIETARY AND RESTRICTIVE REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . PRE-QUALIFICATION STATEMENTS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PHRASEOLOGY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MISUSE OF WORDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . USE OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STANDARD PLATES, SKETCHES, AND DETAILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BID ITEMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FEDERAL AND MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INTERIM SPECIFICATION REVISIONS (ISR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COST ESTIMATES GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PROJECT DESIGN ESTIMATES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35% DESIGN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100% DESIGN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FINAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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COST ESTIMATES (CONT) ESTIMATES FOR NEGOTIATED CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS . . . . ESTIMATES FOR PROJECTS LOCATED OUTSIDE CONUS . . . . . . . . . ESTIMATES FOR PROJECTS LOCATED IN ICELAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . POST DESIGN SERVICES CONSULTATION DURING CONSTRUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BASIS OF PAYMENT FOR REIMBURSABLE CONSULTATION . . . . . CHANGES TO NEGOTIATED/CONTRACTED REIMBURSABLE CONSULTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . REQUESTS FOR CONSULTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONSULTATION REPORTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DESIGN FIELD SUPPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NUMBER OF SITE VISITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A&E TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR DESIGN FIELD SUPPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SHOP DRAWINGS/SUBMITTAL REVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONTRACTORS QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER IS APPROVING AUTHORITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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RESERVATION OF REVIEW AND APPROVAL BY THE GOVERNMENT OF CONTRACTOR SUBMITTALS ON CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-16 GOVERNMENT IS APPROVING AUTHORITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-25

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POST DESIGN SERVICES (CONT) MISCELLANEOUS SUBMITTAL REVIEW ASPECTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RECORD DRAWINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INTERIOR DESIGN (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCOPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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DEVELOPMENT SEQUENCE AND SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS .... 8-30 GUIDELINES FOR SELECTING FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES .... 8-30 OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE SUPPORT INFORMATION (OMSI) (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CATHODIC PROTECTION SYSTEM INSPECTION, TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-31

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL GUIDANCE

DEFINITIONS

A&E: An architectural firm, an engineering firm, or an architectural and engineering firm engaged for design services. Appendix A: The document that defines the A&Es detailed scope of work to include amount of construction funds available, activity points of contact, schedules for submittals, etc. Architect or Engineer in Charge (AIC/EIC) The individual within LANTNAVFACENGCOM who is designated as the point of contact on technical matters. CAD: Computer Aided Drafting CMC: Commandant Marine Corps CNO: Chief of Naval Operations COE: Corps of Engineers COMNAVMEDCOM: Commander, Naval Medical Command Contract Specialist (CS): The individual within the Contracts Office who is responsible to ensure that regulations, laws and procedures are complied with in the award of a contract. Contracting Officer: The Commander, Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command or the Commanders designee. Only Contracting Officers are authorized to enter into, modify and/or terminate contracts, issue final decisions on contract disputes, and assign responsibility for conducting negotiations. Design Division: That department within LANTNAVFACENGCOM responsible for technical review and coordination of all A&E construction contract documents. DMFO: Defense Medical Facilities Officer (DOD Medical Projects) DOD: Department of Defense

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE EFD: Engineering Field Division such as LANTNAVFACENGCOM, CHESNAVFACENGCOM or NORTHNAVFACENGCOM ES: Engineering services FAR: Federal Acquisition Regulations LANTNAVFACENGCOM: Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Norfolk, Virginia, often referred to as LANTDIV MCON: Military Construction - Navy MILCON: Military Construction - DOD NAVFACENGCOM: Naval Facilities Engineering Command, headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, often referred to as NAVFAC OICC: Officer in Charge of Construction OMSI: Operation and Maintenance Support Information PEP: Parametric Estimating and Programming. The document prepared to support a MCON project for Congress to approve the programming and appropriation cycles. The PEP is a concept design effort and replaces the 0-35% design/Project Engineering Documentation process. Preparation instructions are available for a PEP. Project Manager (PM): The individual within the Acquisition Department of LANTNAVFACENGCOM who serves as the liaison between the A&E and the Contracting Officer. Unless specifically directed otherwise, all contact between the A&E and LANTNAVFACENGCOM will be conducted through the assigned PM. Variations to this standard procedure will be handled by special instructions prior to negotiation and award of the contract. The PM is not authorized to modify the terms (scope/price/schedule of performance) of a contract. ROICC: Resident Officer in Charge of Construction, at a specific station or facility designated by the Contracting Officer. He is responsible for the field administration of construction contracts.

Mailing Address: All correspondence and submittals shall be addressed to: Commander, Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (Attention Appropriate Project Manager), 1510 Gilbert Street, Norfolk, Virginia 23511-2699. 1-2

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Prior to commencing design, the A&E should become thoroughly familiar with current design criteria, standard method/procedures, guides, specifications, project site conditions, project costs and specific project requirements. Generally, a prenegotiation conference will be conducted on all military construction funded projects and on other projects of significant magnitude or complexity where we or the A&E determine it will be beneficial. The A&E should be aware that there are differences between private work and Government work such as: (1) the Government cannot limit bidding to a selected list of contractors known to do good work unless approved in advance under specific and limited circumstances. In most cases, any contractor may bid. Therefore, drawings and specification requirements must leave nothing to the imagination. They must be clear, concise, and provide thorough detailing of existing and proposed construction. (2) Department of Defense requires the use of Federal, Military, and Industry specifications for procurement of materials and equipment covered by these specifications. Use of these specifications assures the non-restrictive competition required in the expenditure of public funds. Proprietary specifications are not allowed without written authorization. Failure to grasp these basic differences in rules and policies has been the source of many costly disputes. It is essential that all personnel responsible for the execution of an A&E or ES contract with LANTNAVFACENGCOM study this guide and follow the procedures and instructions set forth herein. General instructions can not cover every situation. Specific problems relating to a particular project will be jointly resolved in conferences with activity personnel and the PM. 1.3 CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

Firms which design, prepare plans and specifications, or cost estimates for a construction contract or procurement of supplies or services, cannot provide the construction or supplies or services. This limitation also applies to subsidiaries and affiliates of a firm. 1.4 RELEASE OF INFORM&ON PERTAINING TO DESIGN PROJECTS

The A&E shall give no information concerning a project to anyone other than authorized station personnel, other A&Es performing design of related facilities and personnel of LANTNAVFACENGCOM. During the bidding period, any requests made of the A&E by prospective bidders for clarification or intent of drawings and specifications should be referred to the Director, Construction Contracts Division, LANTNAVFACENGCOM, telephone 804-444-9522. However, sources of supply for special equipment may be given to contractors. The A&E should promptly notify LANTNAVFACENGCOM of any necessary corrections or clarifications of the drawings 1-3

4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE and specifications. Release in any form of information pertinent to a project under design or construction for publication, for public speeches or address shall not be made without first securing clearance and a release in writing from the Commander, Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command. All material for which clearance is desired shall be submitted in duplicate. 1.5 ECONOMY IN DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

It is LANTNAVFACENGCOMs objective to obtain a functionally adequate, habitable, and economical facility. In the design of all projects, it is the Navys policy to provide functional facilities of a durability consistent with the mission. The A&E shall bear in mind that the interest of the Government is to acquire facilities which are economical in design, construction, operation and maintenance. Accordingly, although due consideration shall be given to appearance, structures shall not entail frills and embellishments and shall not be conceived on the basis of unnecessarily complicated and costly construction systems, materials, or equipment. Although the above paragraph stresses economical design, the A&E is responsible to assure compatibility of the new structure with the architectural character of the base activity. For people oriented facilities such as: Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQ), Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ), dining facilities, lounges, recreation areas, libraries, chapels and theaters, the A&E will be responsible for a totally integrated design. Integrated design means the complete design of a facility, taking into consideration all engineering disciplines involved plus landscape architecture and complete interior design for a comprehensively designed facility. An integrated design achieves harmony of site, landscaping, building design and functional requirements. 1.6 SELECTION OF MATERIALS

LANTNAVFACENGCOMs objective is to provide functional and economical shore facilities for the Navy establishment. We are not in the research and development business. Consequently, it is necessary to investigate thoroughly all new materials that have not been proven in the specific type of service involved, or whose promotion is based upon unsupported statements and lists of supposedly satisfied users. Materials must be used in a manner that will afford the maximum service at the lowest life cycle cost. Operation and maintenance costs must be weighed against initial costs to achieve maximum economy. Before deciding upon a specific material for design or specification purposes, the following points shall be considered: A. Contemplated life of the facility. B. Climatic and operating conditions.

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Where new unproven materials are selected, documentation including detailed economic analysis justifying its use may be required. For overseas locations, the A&E must investigate and consider the types of construction material and trades indigenous to the area. 1.7 DATA AND MATERIAL FURNISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT

A. Schematics, designs, and other criteria furnished with the contracts Appendix A. B. Military Bulletin, MIL-BUL-34 (previously NAVFAC Publication P-34), Engineering and Design Criteria for Navy Facilities (updated quarterly), contains a listing of current criteria and is available from the Specifications Branch (telephone 804-444-9906). Copies of NAVFAC Design Manuals required for a specific project will be furnished upon request to the PM. It is the A&Es responsibility to update all Design Manuals the firm uses based on the most current changes. The A&E should ensure receipt of MIL, Handbook 1190 (MIL-HDBK-1190), Facility Planning and Design Guide. This handbook updates and supersedes much design criteria previously established by DOD. C. Materials furnished by the Government such as: reference drawings, surveys and soil borings are provided to assist the A&E and are not intended in any way to relieve the responsibilities of the A&E, unless otherwise noted by the Contracting Officer. The A&E of record will be totally responsible for all information described in the design documents. 1.8 CONSULTATION SERVICES

During design or study preparation, various disciplines are available for consultation. When the A&E contract is for drawings and specifications preparation, our personnel identify the project by the last four digits of the CONSTRUCTION

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4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 1.9 A&E PERFORMANCE EVALUATION An evaluation of the performance of the A&E is prepared concurrent with the final review of the drawings and specifications or other services performed. This evaluation includes a rating of the services performed in such categories as thoroughness of site investigation, quality control procedures and execution, plans/specifications accurate and coordinated, plans clear and detailed sufficiently, management and adherence to schedules, meeting cost limitations, suitability of design or study results, solution environmentally suitable, cooperativeness and responsiveness, quality of briefings and presentations. The completed evaluation is permanently retained in the A&Es file at LANTNAVFACENGCOM for review and consideration by future Selection Boards and is distributed the A&E of record and to other Government agencies (via the Architect/Engineering Contract Administration Support System (ACASS), Portland, Oregon). A&E ratings are available for review by the Designer of Record upon request to the PM. Upon completion of the construction contract, a second evaluation is completed by the ROICC with emphasis on quality and constructability of the design; timeliness and response with respect to shop drawing review, clarification of drawings/specification intent and resolution of construction problems, and cooperation. This rating is used in conjunction with the rating described above in determining an overall A&E rating. 1.10 A&E PERFORMANCE AWARDS

Six programs currently exist to provide recognition of outstanding performance: A. Naval Facilities Engineering Command - American Institute of Architects Biennial Awards Program for Distinguished Architectural Achievement (NAVFAC Instruction 5061.6, latest edition). PURPOSE: To recognize outstanding architectural design, encourage professionalism, and promote excellence in design of facilities designed for NAVFACENGCOM. B. Industrial Incentive Plan. (LANTNAVFACENGCOMINST 4804.1C)

PURPOSE: To provide recognition for performance by a contractor in excess of contract requirements, in one or a combination of the following areas:

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Cooperation beyond the contract terms to serve the convenience of the Command, the Navy, or the U. S. Government. C. Department of Defense Design Awards Program (NAVFACINST 5061.6, the latest edition). PURPOSE: Promote excellence in architectural and engineering design and provide motivation and recognition for architects/engineers who design facilities for the military departments. D. Naval Facilities Engineering Command - Institute of Business Designers Biennial Competition for Achievement in Interior Design (NAVFACINST 5061.6, latest edition). PURPOSE: To recognize high quality interior design. LANTNAVFACENGCOM encourages A&E participation in these programs. For further information, contact the Architectural Branch Head, telephone 804-444-9901. E. Exemplary Fulfillment of A&E Contract Services Awards.

PURPOSE: Recognition is provided for performance by contractors in excess of contract requirements in one or a combination of several areas. This program allows giving special recognition for exemplary performance in the delivery of particular aspects of A&E provided services. Two types of awards exist for exemplary fulfillment of one or a combination of A&E services. The first, given by the Commander/Commanding Officer of an EFD or independent OICC, is the Certificate of Appreciation granted for exemplary performance on a contract. The second, given by the Commander, NAVFACENGCOM, is the Commanders Certificate of Commendation granted for outstanding performance significantly in excess of contract requirements. F. Design Excellence Award. PURPOSE: Recognition is provided under the Design Excellence Award program for exemplary performance in the provision of all aspects of A&E provided

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It is our policy to process partial payments. Generally, we process payment requests made concurrent with a review submittal (i.e., PEP, 35%, 100%, etc.) required by the project scope. However, other progress payments will be processed when accompanied by adequate evidence of progress. Requests for payment consist of two parts, A and B, which should be forwarded as follows: A. Part A (Invoice): All invoices must contain the following: (1) Contractors Invoice (with original signature) NAVFAC Form 7300/41 (Rev 7/85). (2) Contract Performance Statement (1 copy) LANTDIV NORVA Form 4-7300/18 (New 2-81). (3) Affidavit (with original signature) LANTDIV NORVA Form 4-4235/4 (Rev 5-81). (a) Notary signature required for Virginia firms. (b) Notary signature and notary stamp or raised seal required for firms located out of the state of Virginia. Submit all invoices to: COMMANDER ATTN CODE 02254 LANTNAVFACENGCOM 1510 GILBERT ST NORFOLK VA 23511-2699

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Part B (Supporting Documents): (Submit seven days prior to Part A) Supporting documents must contain the following: (1) Contract Performance Statement.

(2) Progress submittals - evidence supporting your work completed (i.e., copy of plans, studies, reports, field notes, minutes of meetings held). Submit all supporting documents to: COMMANDER ATTN CODE * LANTNAVFACENGCOM 1510 GILBERT ST NORFOLK VA 23511-2699 *Contact Project Manager (PM) for designated Code Requests for payment received without supporting documents will be returned unpaid. Sample copies of these forms addressed above are provided in the following pages along with instructions on how to properly complete your invoice. Invoice submittals made incorrectly (i.e., invoice not signed, wrong contract number, affidavit not signed and notarized, performance statement not extended, etc.) will be promptly returned to you for correction. We will process all correct invoices in a timely manner. A Contractors Release (2 copies with original signatures) must accompany your final invoice. If you have any questions concerning payments, please contact the A&E Contracts Program Branch, telephone 804-444-9586.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING CONTRACTORS INVOICE NAVFAC 7300/41 (Rev 7/85) (See Sample - Page 1-13) (1) Date Submitted (2) Number of Invoices Submitted (3) Full Name of A&E Firm as Shown on Contract (4) A&E Contract Number (5) Location of Work Performed (6) Change Order Number (if applicable) (7) Total Value of Contract through All Change Orders (8) Percentage Complete of Total Contract Amount (9) Value of Work Performed (10) Total Amount Paid to Date (11) Amount Invoiced (12) Original Signature of Company Official

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NAVFAC 7300/41 (7/85)

NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND CONTRACTORS INVOICE

INVOICE DATE INVOICE NUMBER


FROM:

(1) (2)

(3)

TO: VIA:

Officer in Charge of Construction Resident Officer in Charge of Construction


(4) at (Station) (5)

1. Below is a Statement of Performance under Contract

The enclosure provides breakdown of this statement of performance A. Total value of contract through change (6) B. Percentage of performance complete C. Value of completed performance D. Less: Total of prior invoices E. Amount of this invoice Signature and Title (12)

$ $ $ $

(7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

FIRST ENDORSEMENT FROM: ROICC TO: 1. Payment is recommended as follows: A. Amount of work completed to B. Less: Total of prior invoices C. Amount of this invoice D. Less: Retention this invoice (0 to 10% of Item C) Total retention prior invoices Other deductions E. Sub-total F Less previous payments G. Recommended amount for 2. Elapsed contract time 3. Signature and Title %

Date

$ $ $ $ $ $

payment

$ $ $ $

ROICC

Pursuant to authority vested in me. I certify that this invoice is correct and proper for payment. DATE Signature and Title
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Authorized Certifying Officer COST CODE

ACRN APPN/SUBHEAD

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BCN

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AMOUNT

1 If the ability to certify and authority to recommend are combined in one person, one signature only is necessary; otherwise the ROICC will sign in the space provided.

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U.S.

Government

Printing

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING CONTRACT PERFORMANCE STATEMENT LANTDIV NORVA 4-7300/18 (New 2-81) (See Sample - Page 1-15)

Centered at the top of the page, type the name of the firm. Location - General Area of the Contract COLUMN (1) INSTRUCTIONS: Construction contract number (if applicable, from Appendix A) or LANTNAVFACENGCOM Job Order Number (DO NOT USE SPECIAL PROTECT NUMBER) (2) Description of title of the project with the type of service broken down into categories as shown by Appendix A scope paragraph Fees and Options (i.e., Design, Engineering Services, Travel, Shop Drawings, As-Builts) starting with the basic award and for each change order Total fees involved with each line item as annotated in the Appendix A (total (B) corresponds with Item #7 on the invoice) Percentage complete (total corresponds with Item #3 on the invoice) Total value of work performed (total corresponds with Item #9 on invoice) Total amount paid (total corresponds with Item #10 on invoice) Amount invoiced (total corresponds with Item #11 on invoice)

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING AFFIDAVIT LANTDIV NORVA 4-4235/4 (Rev. 5/81) (See Sample - Page 1-17)

(1) A&E Contract Number (2) Invoice Number (3) State and County Located (4) Name and Title of Company Official Signing Affidavit (5) Name of A&E Firm (6) A&E Contract Number (7) Period Ending for Work Performed (8) Original Signature of Company Official (9) Date Signed and Notarized (10) Notarys Signature (Notary Stamp or Raised Seal is Required for Out-of-State Firms)

AN AFFIDAVIT IS NOT REQUIRED FOR OVERSEAS FIRMS

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(1) Contract N62470Atlantic Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command

AFFIDAVIT TO ACCOMPANY INVOICE NO. STATE OF COUNTY OF I ) ) (4) (Name and Title) (5) (Prime Contractor) and his Subcontractors who have performed at the site any part of the work under Contract N62470- (6) ending (7) for the period and covered by this invoice, have complied with the (3) , being (2)

duly sworn to depose and say that

Labor Standards provisions of the contract.

(8) Sworn to before me this day of (9) ,19 (10) (Notary Public) .

(SEAL) (To be accomplished by person authorized to sign invoice)

LANTDIV NORVA 4-4235/4 (Rev. 5/81)

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING CONTRACTORS RELEASE NAVFAC 4330/7 (6-72) (See Sample - Page 1-19)

TO BE SUBMITTED WITH FINAL INVOICE ONLY IN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT THE CONTRACT (1) A&E Contract Number (2) Total Value of Contract from Award through All Change Orders (3) Total Amount Paid to A&E (4) Difference Due to Close Out Contract (5) Date Executed (6) Name of Contractor Exactly as Shown in Contract (7) Original Signature of Official of Firm (8) Officials Title (9) If Not Incorporated, Need Two Witnesses (10) If Incorporated, Need Signature of Secretary of Corporation and Corporate Seal Affixed

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CONTRACTORS RELEASE NAVFAC 43307 (6-72) S/N 0105-LF-9100 0224-6 (6-90)
CONTRACTOR'S RELEASE UNDER CONTRACT (1)

Date

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: In consideration of the premise and the sum of ($ lawful money of the United States of America (herinafter called the "Government") ($ of which has already been paid and ($

(2) ) (3) ) (4) )

by the Government under the above-mentioned contract, the undersigned Contractor does, and by the receipt of said sum shall, for itself, its successors and assigns, remise, release and forever discharge the Government, its officers, agents, and employees, of and from all liabilities, obligations and claims whatsoever in law and in equity under or arising out of said contract.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this release has been executed this WITNESS:

day of

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(6) (Contractor) (9) BY: (7)

TITLE: CERTIFICATE

(8)

(10)

I, certify that I am the secretary of the corporation named as Contractor in the foregoing release; that who signed said release on behalf of the Contractor was then of said corporation; that said release was duly signed for and in behalf of said corporation by authority of its governing body and is within the scope of its corporate powers.

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4/17/93 SECTION 2. 2.1

LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS

QUALITY OF WORK

The A&E shall be responsible for the professionalism and technical accuracy and coordination of all services such as designs, drawings, specifications, cost estimates, and other work or materials furnished by the contractor under this contract. The project submitted by the A&E shall represent the best engineering solution possible for the scope of work in the A&E contract. All work must be in accordance with current criteria, guides, and specifications established by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, and shall be in accordance with the best engineering practices. Workmanship shall be neat with all lines and lettering of uniform weight and clarity for complete legibility and satisfactory reproduction. Any computer disks submitted must be scanned for viruses using a commercial virus scanning program. All elements of submittals shall be checked by the A&E and such check shall be made by persons other than those preparing the materials and by Professional personnel trained in that specific discipline. It will be reviewed by the various departments in LANTNAVFACENGCOM for compliance with Government requirements and standard criteria. Errors and deficiencies shall be corrected by the A&E at no additional cost to the Government. 2.2 A&E LIABILITY

Neither LANTNAVFACENGCOMs review, approval, or acceptance of, nor payment for any of the services required shall be construed to operate as a waiver of any rights or of any cause of action arising out of the performance of the contract. The A&E shall be and remain liable to the Government for all costs of any kind which are incurred by the Government as a result of negligent Performance of any of the services furnished. Reimbursement of costs incurred by the Government as a result of A&Es error and/or negligent performance are actively pursued by LANTNAVFACENGCOM. Upon determination that there may be A&E financial responsibility involved, the A&E shall be contacted by the ROICC. The A&E shall be advised of the design deficiency and requested to provide a technical solution to the problem, including cost estimate. The A&E shall be further informed that it is the ROICCs opinion that the A&E may be held financially responsible, but that the final decision rests with the Contracting Officer. A&E financial responsibility can include contractor extended overhead costs. Therefore, upon notification of potential liability, the A&E should coordinate with the directing official to determine required technical support and timing to minimize delay costs. Pending final decision by the Contracting Officer, the A&E will be invited to attend all price 2-1

4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE negotiations for corrective work. The A&E shall participate as a non-voting technical advisor to the Government negotiating board. Inability to obtain agreement from the A&E as to financial responsibility or A&E unwillingness to participate in negotiations shall not be cause for delay or remedial construction contract action by the ROICC. As an alternate to the above, the A&E (where design error is clearly at fault) may discharge the firms financial responsibility through negotiation with, and direct payment to, the contractor. This action must be participated in and sanctioned by the ROICC. 2.3 SCOPE

The A&E is restricted to the authorized contract scope of work provided in the contracts Appendix A. Deviations from the scope include incorporating embellishments within the project scope, increasing the cost above programmed amounts for the project, increases in area, major changes in construction criteria, the inclusion of unauthorized buildings or areas, selections of specific systems or equipment without economic or technical evaluation, or introduction of special equipment. (In no case will changes to the contract scope be made at the activity level or by the PM. The A&Es responsibility is directly to the Contracting Officer and any requested deviation from the scope or elaborations within the scope must be brought to the attention of the Project Manager.) It is the A&Es contractual responsibility to design a facility which can be constructed within the funds available and meets the design energy targets. Refer to Energy Conservation in the Basis of Design Section. During the progress of the work, the A&E may expect minor changes in criteria within the general scope of the project and should make necessary adjustments accordingly. Generally the PEP or 35% design submittal is intended to clarify and establish specified requirements of the project. Incorporation of Value Engineering (VE) comments of minor consequence, systems justified on pay back which should have been evaluated during PEP or 35% design preparation, and changes in functional layout occurring during review are considered within scope of the contract. Should major changes in the scope of work be required, a contract modification will be issued. A member or individual of the A&E firm shall be designated as Project Manager (PM) and LANTNAVFACENGCOM shall be so notified, and as such the person shall be fully cognizant of the requirements of the performance schedule. The PM will work directly with the assigned LANTNAVFACENGCOM PM who will furnish design guidance necessary for the successful execution of the work.

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It is the A&Es responsibility to be fully cognizant of the contractual requirements of the schedule of performance. During the course of the work, the A&E will provide an assessment of his progress to the LANTNAVFACENGCOM PM. The progress report will be submitted not later than the 15th of each month and will reflect the most current data at the time of submission. At a minimum, the following information will be provided: A. Contracted schedule percentage complete. B. Actual percentage complete. C. If the progress is in arrears, the A&E must develop a plan of action to correct the slippage and meet contractual milestones. D. List outstanding actions/decisions, the action/decision responsible party and the date the action/decision must be resolved to maintain the contracted schedule. The A&E progress report should be submitted on the Contract A&E Progress Report form, signed and dated by a principal of the firm. (See sample Contract A&E Progress Report, Page 2-12.)

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE All submittals shall comply with the A&E Guide and with the Appendix A requirements contained in the A&E Contract. Incomplete packages submitted for the sole purpose of meeting a contract date will be returned. Associated invoices will also be returned unpaid until receipt of a complete resubmittal. Noncompliance with these reporting procedures and failure to meet the contracted schedule will be considered when the A&E Performance Evaluation is prepared. 2.6 SITE INFORMATION

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Any available information relative to existing conditions at the site of the construction will be furnished to the A&E who (unless fee negotiations establish otherwise) shall evaluate and verify such information and make field measurements and investigations as necessary to prepare adequate construction drawings and specifications. When the exposure of existing subsurface construction is considered necessary, the A&E shall arrange with the PM for accomplishment of this work The A&E shall contact the Public Works Officer and obtain approval to dig, probe, sample or drill in order to avoid injury or damage from encountering active utilities. 2.7 SURVEYS

The A&E shall make all field surveys required for design and preparation of construction documents. In general, this may consist of topographic site surveys, alignment, profiles and cross sections. A sufficient number of semi-permanent survey points to serve as initial horizontal and vertical survey controls for construction of the project shall be set. The horizontal control points and bench marks shall be shown and described on the plans. The datum used shall be that used for the station or area in question and shall be shown on the appropriate site drawings. The surveying firm shall obtain from LANTNAVFACENGCOM (not the Activity) the bench mark or datum location to be used for the project design. That datum shall be confirmed in writing. Failure to comply with this requirement may be cause for survey/design rework at no additional cost to the Government. Boundary surveys to be used as instruments for real estate purposes shall carry the seal of a licensed land surveyor acceptable to the political subdivision in question. Determine from LANTNAVFACENGCOM Code 405 if digital graphics database of field survey is required, and if so, follow these instructions: Field Survey shall be provided in an AutoCAD compatible format, either DXF or .DWG, submitted on high density floppy disks containing the finished drawings upon approval of the final

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4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE submittal. Layering shall be in accordance with CAD LAYER GUIDELINES (ALA Publication R809), Chapter 3, Summary Layer List Without Modifiers. Code 405 will advise when sub-modifiers are required. This publication is available from the American Institute of Architects Press, 1735 New York Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20006. The eight character drawing file name will be set up in the following manner: 0187C001 0187 - First four characters are the last four digits of the construction contract number C - One digit, always C 001 - Three digit drawing number Provide one file of the survey in its entirety and one file of the survey as a finished drawing. 2.8 SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS

The A&E is required to take soil borings and evaluate subsurface conditions in all cases where the Contracting Officer and A&E determine that soil explorations and laboratory soil test data are necessary, i.e., when adequate data is not available in the LANTNAVFACENGCOMs files. Complete reports of these tests, including specific interpretations and recommendations, are essential and copies of such reports shall be made part of the information available to all prospective bidders. The A&E shall analyze and interpret all necessary information concerning foundation soil conditions and shall include, in the preparation of specifications and drawings, complete and specific coverage of procedures for foundation construction and for handling unusual subsurface conditions. Soil explorations and tests should conform to the essential requirements outlined in NAVFAC Design Manual DM-7, Soil Mechanics and Earth Structures and MIL-HDBK 1021, Airfield Pavement. The A&E shall contact the Public Works Officer prior to arriving on the station and obtain approval to dig, probe, sample or drill in order to avoid injury or damage from encountering active utilities. 2.9 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

Construction scheduling, i.e., sequence of events and time of construction, is required to be submitted for all projects. For projects which involve interruptions of existing building operations or major utility usage, it is the A&Es responsibility to

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4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE discuss the required outages and interruptions with the appropriate station Public Works and operations personnel, and establish a construction schedule for these interruptions in the contract specifications. Where these outages and interruptions adversely impact the project costs or time for completion, notify the PM. A brief description of the restrictions and their basis may be required. 2.10 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS

Occupational Safety and Health Standards are applicable to A&E contracts. The Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Safety and Health Requirements Manual, Federal, State, and local laws, rules, regulations, and special requirements established during fee negotiations shall form the basis of those requirements. Our particular concern is directed to individual safety during performance of contract requirements while on Navy property. The A&E of record (hereinafter referred to as the contractor) has the primary responsibility of assuring the safety and health of the firms personnel while on Navy property. The contractor, in coordination with the using Activity, shall determine all known hazards relating to the project site. Prior to initiating field investigation, the contractor shall ensure that a safety plan is developed and distributed to the Public Works Officer. The plans should address as a minimum: A. Personal protective equipment required. B. C. Definition of work zone limits. Special safety precautions included in contract fee negotiations.

D. Hazard recognition and evaluation; e.g., hazards requiring accompanied performance by two or more persons, subsurface or overhead hazards which may be encountered, and special procedures, if any, to be followed, such as asbestos hazards and procedures and decontamination procedures, etc. E. Activity point of contact and telephone number to be advised concurrent with site access and in event of emergency. The safety plan submitted to the Government shall be for information purposes only. The CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE DESIGNATED ACTIVITY POINT OF CONTACT PRIOR TO EACH VISIT TO THE SITE. 2-6

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In Value Engineering, value is defined as the ratio of function to cost. The purpose of VE is to maximize value by improving function and quality, while eliminating unnecessary cost. The Navy desires the most cost effective facility design, consistent with customer satisfaction and appropriate design. As a consequence, participation by the customer and the design team in the VE process is encouraged. All projects with an estimated construction cost (ECC) of at least $2.5M generally require a VE study using one or more of the following methods: 1) Scope development assistance at the concept/Parametric Estimate and Programming (PEP) Phase. 2) Standard 40 hour VE study, or a reduced version (job dependent), after the PEP submission. 3) Standard 40 hour VE study at the 30% - 40% stage of design. 4) Standard 40 hour VE study at the 45% - 50% stage of design The VE study method (s) used are determined by the LANTNAVFACENGCOM Value Engineer. The $2.5M threshold may be lowered, due to pending changes in Office of Management and Budget Circular A-131. Accordingly, the A&E should consult with the project manager on each project to determine the applicability and level of VE involvement. Standard VE studies are conducted using the five step job plan as recognized by the Society of American Value Engineers (SAVE). VE studies will be conducted, local to the A&E or the project site, by VE consultants under contract to LANTNAVFACENGCOM or by in-house professionals. The A&Es expected involvement in the VE process is approximately 126 manhours typically, as summarized below. PM Design team presents overview of design concept. Design team joins VE team to enhance the VE effort. Oral presentation of VE study to Design team and user by VE team. (Design team may not be present if project not local to A&E). Design team review, supplement, and comment on the VE report. 4 Arch Stru Mech Elec Civ 4 4 4 4 4

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A lessons learned list of suggestions, from past VE studies, will be provided to the A&E for consideration during design The A&E is encouraged to perform a Value Analysis of the project package and to question specific design criteria, instructions and user requirements for the purpose of identifying alternate methods of achieving the desired functions at lower initial and/or life cycle cost. A&E criteria challenges must include code references, initial and life cycle cost analyses and any appropriate calculations. A brief narrative describing the advantages, disadvantages, and magnitude of cost savings shall be included in this package. The data package shall be marked Value Engineering/Criteria Challenge and submitted at any time before or simultaneously with the 35% submittal. Pending formal approval of any waiver or deviation requested, project design shall continue based on the current requirements. The A&E shall provide the following documents to the VE consultant or (inhouse VE team), for use during the VE study: 1 full size set of project drawings 2 half size sets of project drawings 5 copies of the basis of design 3 copies of the outline specification 5 copies of the cost estimate 1 copy of design calculations 1 copy of the boring log and soil reports 1 copy of the form DD 1391 Photographs of the site, if available 1) 2) Provide comments on the VE proposals to the LANTNAVFACENGCOM Value Engineer within 10 days of receipt of the VE study report. Provide a memorandum of understanding to the user, LANTNAVFACENGCOM Project Manager and Value Engineer within 14 days of the VE resolution meeting, identifying the resolution of each VE proposal. Rejected proposals must be accompanied by the justification which was agreed upon during the resolution meeting. Proposals which are accepted with modification must identify the modification and the resultant savings. Incorporate in the final design all accepted, or accepted with modification VE proposals. With the 100% design submittal, certify that all changes agreed upon (see 2 above) have been incorporated.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Confer with and seek approval from the LANTNAVFACENCOM Value Engineer on all VE resolutions which are proposed to be changed after the resolution meeting.

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ELECTRICAL DESIGNS Electrical designs shall be based on the Electrical Design Guide, Attachment A.

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT FOR MEDICAL PROTECTS

Development of pre-concept, concept and final concepts is required for MILCON funded medical projects intended to provide patient care. Generally, initial development is based on a space program. Special instructions will be provided for these phases of design. Concept design precedes PEP and 35% design preparation. 2.14 SHORE ELECTRONICS PROJECTS

Selected MCON projects which are to provide facilities in support of communications and electronics are designated as Shore Electronics Projects. All Shore Electronics Projects have a Base Electronics System Engineering Plan (BESEP). The BESEP is a technical document which contains six separate sections. The sixth section is facility guidance and is designed to provide the designer with technical information about the electronic/communications equipment to be installed within the facility. This guidance covers areas such as types and quantity of power; specialized grounding; filters and shielding; specialized fire protection; and structural and room configuration peculiarities which are mandated by equipment configurations and/or operational requirements. The Space and Warfare Systems Command is responsible for the preparation of BESEPs and the designer is required to follow the guidance contained within it. Specifically, the BESEP will provide the Design Agent with technical guidance to address the requirements outlined in the Basis of Design Section. 2.15 SITE ADAPTATION OF STANDARD OR CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

On certain repetitive type structures, such as BEQs, BOQs, and subsistence buildings and on certain technical structures, a definitive layout or construction drawings may be furnished to the A&E for site adaptation. The A&E is responsible for providing a complete cost estimate and complete specifications based on current guide specifications. Site adaptation, in general, consists of modifying the foundation structure to fit the site and making necessary mechanical changes (heating, evaporative cooling or air conditioning) to fit the climatic conditions existing at the site. If other changes in standard plans or construction drawings are contemplated, such changes will normally be spelled out in the scope of work.

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4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE It is not the responsibility of the A&E to review the design of the standard or construction drawings furnished for technical accuracy. However, if errors in the drawings are discovered or if the design or functional layout appears unworkable for site adaptation, the matter will be brought immediately to the attention of the PM. If the A&E cannot fit necessary mechanical or electrical equipment into the space provided in the standard plan, then such space will be adjusted or increased as necessary for the equipment. Such necessary changes are part of site adaptation. 2.16 CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATING PERMITS A Procedures for Preparing Permit Application:

For projects that require construction and operating permit applications, a list of those required permits shall be included in the contracts Appendix A. The designer is responsible to have knowledge of the projects geographical location and the environmental construction and operating permits required for the facility. The designer is responsible to confirm any requirements for the project. The A&E should not be contacting the regulator without guidance and approval by the LANTDIV technical code. The draft permit application for some permits can be submitted prior to 35%. The schedule in the Appendix A should identify the draft and final permit application dates. In multi-discipline projects, like BEQ, vehicle maintenance shops, warehouse, etc. usually the regulated aspects of the design can be scheduled early in the design so that permit applications can be made. This particularly applies to civil site work as the site work is generally complete prior to the architectural and electrical drawings. The applications will be reviewed by the cognizant LANTNAVFACENGCOM Technical Code for accuracy and completeness. If needed, the reviewed permits shall be returned for correction to the A&E along with the completed review package. B. Procedures for Submitting and Obtaining Permit Approvals:

(1) The A&E Firm will submit the reviewed permit applications (with corrections) by letter to the PM who will forward it to the cognizant LANTNAVFACENGCOM Technical Code prior to the 100% submittal. (2) The LANTNAVFACENGCOM Technical Code shall be responsible for:

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (a) Reviewing and certifying that permit applications are ready for signature by the Applicant. The applicants name for construction permits shall be Commander, Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Code 09A. Agent or point of contact with the regulatory agencies will be established by the Technical Code in the letter submitting the permit application. (b) Submitting the permit applications and necessary liaison with the appropriate regulatory agency. CNO policy requires permit applications be signed by an O-6 or above. (c) Attending public hearings as needed. The A&E may be directed to attend any public hearings which may be held, but only the appropriate LANTNAVFACENGCOM Technical Code shall be the official LANTNAVFACENGCOM representative. (d) If a public notice is required by a particular Government agency (such as COE, VMRC, etc.), the Technical Code is responsible for ensuring that advertisement is made. (e) Forwarding approved permits to the PM. (3) Where possible, the intent is to have the approved permits available at the same time the 100% design is submitted to LANTNAVFACENGCOM for review. NOTE: Several types of permit applications require final design information and approved permits may not be available at the 100% design stage. (4) For overseas activities, design and documentation for projects which have environmental pollution discharges, shall be consistent with the Overseas Environmental Baseline Guidance Document (OEBGD) dated October 1992. Final governing standards (FGS) for specific countries are being developed to supplement the OEBGD. The FGS for Italy, Spain and Greece should be completed by the end of FY 94 and for other countries by the end of FY 95. The A&E should contact the project manager for any special constraints or considerations that may exist. Permit applications for Puerto Rico require a Puerto Rico P.E. stamp.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE SAMPLE CONTRACT A&E PROGRESS REPORT

To:

Commander Attn: Code 03 Atlantic Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command 1510 Gilbert Street Norfolk, VA 23511-2699 CONTRACT N62470PROJECT: LOCATION: , PROGRESS REPORT

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1. The following represents the design progress of this project as of 15 2. The contracted scheduled percentage complete as of the above date is The actual percentage complete is %. 3. Our plan of action to correct the APPLICABLE)

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% slippage is as follows: (COMPLETE AS

4. The following outstanding actions/decisions should be resolved by in order to maintain the current schedule:

5. Remarks: (COMPLETE AS APPLICABLE)

I certify that this report is accurate and complete as of this date ,19 . (Signature/Title) SAMPLE 2-12

4/17/93 SECTION 3. 3.1

LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS

INTRODUCTION

This section discusses the design related submittal of plans and specifications for review. Project budget related submittal will be required for those contracts requiring preparation of Parametric Estimating and Programming (PEP). PEP requirements are established by separate instructions. Submittal requirements will be covered in the Appendix A. At times circumstances dictate that a formal 35% submittal be waived. When these circumstances exist, waiving the 35% submittal is intended to save the time required for submittal preparation and review and not to Short-cut project development. When the formal submittal is waived, the A&E shall at the 35% design stage contact the activity, present the design as developed thus far, assure mutual understanding of scope and discuss functional and/or operational requirements which impact the design and/or the construction. Concurrently, the A&E shall coordinate with LANTNAVFACENGCOM regarding project scope and development, i.e., guide specifications, cost estimating, fire protection, etc. For projects overseas, see section 3.3.7, 3.3.8 and 3.3.9 for additional requirements. 3.2 A&E SEAL ON DOCUMENTS

A principal or authorized licensed or certified employee shall apply a stamp or preprinted seal to final and complete cover sheets of plans, drawings, plats, technical reports and specifications, and to each original sheet of plans, drawings or plats, prepared by the Registered Architect or Professional Engineer or someone under this direct control and personal supervision. For additional requirements in Italy, see Section 3.3.9, Italian Law Compliance. A. All seal imprints on final documents shall bear an original signature and date. B. Incomplete plans, documents and sketches, whether advance or preliminary copies, shall be so identified and need not be sealed or signed. C. All plans, drawings or plats prepared by the Registered Architect or Professional Engineer shall bear the Registered Architect or Professional Engineers name or firm name, address, and project name. D. The seal of each Registered Architect or Professional Engineer responsible for each professional shall be used. E. Application of the seal and signature indicates acceptance of responsibility for work shown thereon. 3-1

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Each copy of each element shall be separately bound and shall bear the A&Es name, the project CONSTRUCTION contract number, and date of submittal. Do not use A&E contract number on any drawings or specifications. INCOMPLETE SUBMITTALS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. 3.3.1 PEP SUBMITTAL

A. PURPOSE: A PEP is the document prepared to support Military Construction (MILCON) Projects for Congress to approve the programming and appropriation cycles. The PEP is a concept design effort. It is an intensive, in depth project development phase that has maximum user involvement during the data collection process and active participation by the user in critical decision making during the review /approval process. If a PEP submittal is required, no 35% submittal is required. The PEP is based on a complete project definition and developed design concepts, obtained in a Squatters Session with the designer, activity, and LANTNAVFACENGCOM representative. Information presented in the Facility Study/Cost Certification is preliminary to the PEP - it is the A&Es responsibility to verify the project definition and completely develop the PEP. B. ELEMENTS: The final package is complete and well defined. It is based on sound engineering judgment reflecting reliable cost and a level of scope definition approaching the 15% design stage. It is based on an accurate and thorough field/site investigation. For projects in Portugal, Italy, Iceland and Greece, see Section 3.3.7 for addition Host Nation Approval requirements. (1) PEP - Include the following: Updated DD Form 1391 (signed by the Activity) Estimate Summary Sheet Special Program Considerations Checklist Sketches: Location Plan Site Plan Utilities Site Plan Schematic Floor Plans of Each Floor (for Buildings) Elevations

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Building SF Cost Development Sheet Backup Cost Estimate for the Building SF Cost Development Sheet and the Supporting Facilities Cost Model Questionnaire (Checklist) Photographs Condensed Basis of Design Soil Borings (if specified) Survey/Plotting (if specified) Field Investigation (if specified) Asbestos and Lead Testing (if specified)

(3) Exterior Architectural Design Submittal: The Navy is emphasizing its desire for pride-worthy standards of appearance and smartness in its shore establishment. An Architectural Review Board has been established to ensure that architectural compatibility is maintained at each activity served by this Command. Base Exterior Architecture Plan (BEAP) studies have been prepared for the following activities, and are available at the activity or through the PM: COMNAVBASE Norfolk CINCLANTFLT Norfolk WPNSTA Yorktown FCTCLANT Dam Neck NAS Oceana NAVPHIBASE Little Creek NAVSHIPYD Norfolk NAVHOSP Portsmouth NAS Brunswick NAVAIRENGCEN Lakehurst WPNSTA Earle NAVWPNSUPPCEN Crane NAS Willow Grove NNMC Bethesda MIMCDC Quantico USMC Henderson Hall USNA Annapolis NSS Washington, DC NAVOBSY Washington, DC NAVSWC Dahlgren NAS Bermuda NAVFAC Argentia NAVBASE Guantanamo Bay NAS Sigonella NAS Keflavik NAVSUPPACT Naples MCAS Cherry Point SUBASE New London NETC Newport NAVSHIPYD Portsmouth, NH NAVBASE Philadelphia NAS Glenview NAS South Weymouth Arlington Service Center WNY Washington, DC NAF Andrews Air Force Base NRL Washington NAS Patuxent River Marine Barracks, Washington, DC

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE In addition to these studies, several bases also have their own design guides which include recommended colors and materials. Consult the PM for more information.

Where a BEAP has been completed, it shall be used as a principal guide in evaluating the compatibility of a new structure with the existing architectural character of the activity. In all cases, accepted design precepts (scale, proportion, rhythm, etc.) should also be used as a basis for architectural compatibility. Appropriateness of the proposed construction materials as they relate to surrounding buildings must also be considered, as well as the geological and climatic conditions. The area of concern of the Architectural Review Board is specifically limited to the exterior aesthetics of facilities and complexes. It is not the intent to concern the Board in any way with the functional organization or material choices for structures except as they affect exterior appearance. Concurrent with submission of the PEP submittal or the 35% submittal, a SEPARATE SUBMISSION of an Exterior Architectural Design Submittal to the Architectural Review Board is required. A formal presentation may be required for more highly visible projects. Should substantial changes occur after the 35% design review, a complete review may be requested at the final submittal. The Exterior Architectural Design Submittal shall consist of the following: (a) Statement of Compatibility - Provide a brief description of the design, stating concisely the architectural compatibility of the project with the existing permanent facilities and the BEAP, if one exists. This includes not only building characteristics, but a site analysis, visual environmental concept, and appropriateness of construction methods and materials. (b) Drawings - Provide the following scale drawings, developed to the stage indicated: 1. Site Plan - Indicate site boundaries, building locations (existing, proposed, and future), parking, pedestrian circulation, pedestrian and service entrances, and landscaping. 2. Floor Plans - Indicate main entrances, service areas, room designations, and exterior stairs and ramps. 3. Elevations - Indicate all exterior materials, architectural characteristics and design elements, doors and windows.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (c) Exterior Color Board - Provide actual samples of all exterior materials and colors.

(d) Photographs - Provide sufficient color slides or color prints necessary to indicate the character of the existing facilities on the base judged by the A&E to have influence on the architectural design of his project. The three (3) nearest permanent buildings must be included. (4) See Value Engineering Section 2.11 for VE Submittal Requirements. 3.3.2 35% STATION PRESENTATION

A. PURPOSE: After the PEP has been prepared, there may be a delay of several months until the project is approved for final design and options for final design exercised. The presentation proposed by this item allows the Activity a chance to reverify that the A&E is proceeding from the project concept and scope phase to a design stage that still meets their functional and organizational requirements. It is not intended to be a thorough technical presentation, but functional reconfirmation There will be no break in the design process as the A&E proceeds to the next submittal stage. B. ELEMENTS: (1) Drawings Civil Site Plan Utility Plan Architectural Floor Plans Furniture Footprint Plan. Finish Schedule Roof Plan Elevations Typical Walls Sections Mechanical Schema tic Diagrams Mechanical Room Plans - Major Equipment

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Site Plan One Line Diagrams, Power and Special System Riser Diagrams (FA, CATV, CCTV, Intercom, etc.) (2) Basis of Design - See Section 4. (3) Preliminary Color Design - See Section 4.3. (4) Outline Specifications - See Section 6.

(5) Cost Estimate (if estimated construction cost exceeds the established budget, identify potential additive bid items in accordance with the A&E Guide Section 6.13) (6) Geotechnical reports and foundation studies (7) Proposed construction schedule and schedule of major utility outages (8) Preliminary Calculations (9) See Value Engineering Section 2.11 for VE Submittal Requirements. C. PROCEDURE (1) Upon receipt of contract notification to proceed to final design, the A&E shall contact the Activity and establish a presentation date (generally 30 days in the future); and advise the PM. The PM and AIC/EIC will attend on a case-by-case basis depending upon location, complexity of the project, and schedule conflicts. (2) The A&E will mail or hand carry submittals to the required distribution 7 days in advance of the presentation date. This will allow all parties to review and become familiar with the submittal. (3) The A&E will conduct a one-day presentation to walk the Activity through the design. The results of the presentation are: (a) Activity understands what they are getting. (b) Activity concurs with basic design. (c) The A&E has all the information needed to proceed to final design. (4) The A&E will publish results of the meeting.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE D. DISTRIBUTION: Same as 35% Submittal. 35% SUBMITTAL

A. PURPOSE: This submittal allows the activity to review and concur with the A&Es interpretation of the functional and organizational requirements of the project. Concurrently, LANTNAVFACENGCOM is reviewing to assure technical features comply with the Department of Defense and Navy policies and regulations. This submittal is intended to clarify and establish specific requirements for the project. If a 35% submittal is required, no PEP submittal is required. B. ELEMENTS: (1) Drawings - Include as a minimum the following: (a) Civil Site Plan Utility Plan (b) Architectural Floor Plans - Including room names and dimensions Furniture Footprint Plan - Reflecting and including an updated collateral equipment list coordinated with the activity. Finish Schedule Roof Plan Elevations Typical Wall Section (c) Structural Foundation Plan Floor Framing Plan Roof Framing Plan

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Site Plan Plumbing Floor Plan - Showing fixtures and equipment locations HVAC Floor Plan - Showing equipment locations, one or two line duct layout, preliminary piping runs Mechanical Room Plans - Showing major equipment and maintenance access space Legends (e) Electrical Site Plan Lighting Floor Plan and Lighting Fixture Schedule Power Floor Plan Special Systems (telecommunications, FA, CATV, CCTV, intercom, etc.) Floor Plan(s) One Line Diagrams and/or Power Riser Diagrams Legends

NOTE: Electrical floor plans should indicate proposed number and location of fixtures, outlets, devices, etc., but should not indicate any conduit or cable runs. Electrical floor plans should also indicate proposed location and space required for electrical equipment such as transformers, switchboards, panel boards, telecommunication equipment, etc. (2) Basis of Design - See Section 4. (3) Preliminary Color Design - See Section 4.3. (4) Exterior Architectural Design Submittal - See Section 3.3.1.B.(3). (5) Outline Specification - See Section 6. (6) Cost Estimate -See Section 7. Bid items: If estimated construction cost exceeds the established budget, identify potential additive bid items in accordance with Section 6.13. (7) Geotechnical reports and foundation studies. 3-8

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (8) Proposed construction schedule and schedule of major utility outages See Section 2.9. (9) Calculations - Include to the extent required by the Basis of Design See Section 4. (10) See Submittal Flow Diagram in Energy Conservation (See Section 4.6.4). (11) Dust and Erosion Control Plan (See Section 4.5.8). (12) Stormwater Management Plan (See Section 4.5.13). (13) See Value Engineering Section 2.11 for VE Submittal Requirements. NOTE: The basis of design and outline specification should be combined into a single bound document. Other elements must be separate. C. DISTRIBUTION: (1) Distribution and number of copies is Activity/project specific and will be provided by the PM in the contracts Appendix A. (2) Provide the following to the Value Engineering (VE) Team on all projects requiring a VE study: (a) Two sets of full size drawings. (b) Two sets of half size drawings. (c) Specifications (2 copies). (d) Detailed Cost Estimate (4 copies). (e) Basis of design (6 copies). (f) Design Calculations (mechanical, electrical, etc.). (g) Boring logs and soil reports. (h) Photographs of site (8 X 10 size). 3-9

LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (3) For projects geographically located within the Continental United States (CONUS) involving new water distribution systems, new wastewater pump stations, or distribution systems, submit the following to the appropriate State regulatory agency for review: Basis of Design (1 copy); plans (3 copies); and outline specifications (3 copies). Each element shall be clearly marked PRELIMINARY. The PM will receive a copy of the transmittal letter forwarding each submittal. 3.3.4 100% SUBMITTAL

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A. PURPOSE: A technical review is required to ensure compliance with Navy, DOD and Non-DOD requirements, constructability adequacy, and a functional check. The A&E should submit plans and specifications in final form from his viewpoint, thus preventing time-consuming reviews of incomplete plans and specifications. EACH 35%, OR PREVIOUS, REVIEW COMMENT SENT TO THE A&E SHALL BE RETURNED WITH EACH COMMENT ADDRESSED. IF THE COMMENT WAS INCORPORATED INTO THE DESIGN, A RESPONSE SHALL SO INDICATE. IF THE COMMENT WAS NOT INCORPORATED, AN EXPLANATION SHALL BE PROVIDED FOR NOT DOING SO. B. ELEMENTS: (1) Plans - coordinated, checked, and complete from the A&E viewpoint (except for LANTNAVFACENGCOM and NAVFACENGCOM drawing numbers). (2) Mechanical Drawings - Area for tube, coil, filter, etc., removal must be shown dotted and labeled. Piping and equipment isometrics should be included for all but the simplest systems. If space is limited, show dotted in major equipment from other trades; air compressor, domestic hot water heater, electrical panels, etc. Consider use of 3-D isometric layout for spaces that are crowded. Prior to final submittal an overlay should be made of plumbing, mechanical, electrical and communication equipment in the space to verify required clearances and access space. The sequence of operation for the automatic temperature control system should be shown on the drawings. (3) Color Design: (a) Finish schedule with color code columns completed with the appropriate color codes.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (b) Where other than usual painting or wall covering schemes or ceramic wall tile, graphics, built-in equipment or window treatments are used, labeled floor plans, elevations and sketches using the color codes as necessary should be drawn. (c) A color legend along with color notes should be completed referencing and specifying all finishes used in the finish schedule. (d) A color board identifying all finish colors listed in the finish schedule, labeled with appropriate color codes. The board should be a reasonable, transferable size (maximum size 20 X 30). (e) Check with activity to ensure that collateral equipment list is accurate. If necessary, revise the collateral equipment list and furniture footprint. (4) Specification - photographic copies of fully edited guide specifications supplemented as required are acceptable. Specifications must be thoroughly edited for coordination with the drawings. See Section 6. (5) Cost Estimate - See Section 7. (a) CES Estimates: 1. Computer run estimate 2. Marked 35% estimate 3. Vendor/manufacturer quotes (b) Manual Estimates: 1. Backup estimate with summary sheets 2. Marked 35% estimate 3. Vendor/manufacturer quotes (c) Bid Items - if estimated construction cost exceeds construction funds available, identify in conjunction with the activity additive bid items and respective values with detailed back-up estimates required to produce a base bid within available construction funds. See Section 6.13 for additional information.

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(7) Calculations - engineering calculations shall be neat, legible, logically ordered, bound and indexed. Design data shall be clearly stated. Formulas and reference sources shall be cited. Designers and checkers shall initial and date each computation sheet. In addition to calculations required at the 35% submittal, electrical calculations required at the 100% submittal shall include, as applicable, calculations indicated by Attachment A. Upon request A&E firms using computerized design procedures must submit, in conjunction with calculations: (a) A description of the type(s) and configuration(s) used. (b) Copies of all pertinent input and output data. (c) Documentation of each program may be requested, including a written summary of the program intent and function, assumptions, formulas, numerical methods used, nomenclature, limitations of the program, and references used in developing the program. In the event non-proven programs are used, a computer run by the A&E of a check problem may be required by the reviewer for verification at no expense to the Government. (d) See Submittal Flow Diagram in Energy Conservation (Section 4.6.4. (8) Dust and Erosion Control Plan (See Section 4.5.8). (9) Stormwater Management Plan (See Section 4.5.13). (10) Manufacturers catalog data of major equipment which was used as basis of design. Data shall include dimensions, weights, and specified ratings. Examples of major equipment requiring catalog data are: (a) Switchgear/substations (b) M-G sets (c) Eng-Gen sets (d) IDS (e) Frequency converters

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(i) Pumps, fans and air compressors (j) Domestic hot water heaters

(k) Other special equipment (11) Certification that Value Engineering items are incorporated into design (See Value Engineering Section 2.11). (12) All marked materials returned to the A&E with previous submittal (i.e., plans, specifications, cost estimate, Basis of Design, Calculations, reports, etc.). C. DISTRIBUTION: (1) Distribution of plans, specifications and cost estimate are project specific and are provided by the PM in the contracts Appendix A. (2) Two copies each of the remaining submittal elements will be forwarded to LANTNAVFACENGCOM only. (3) For projects geographically located within the Continental United States (CONUS), involving stormwater management practices, new water distribution systems, new wastewater pump stations, or distribution systems, the A&E shall submit any permit applications and/or submittal packages to the PM, unless expressed otherwise in the Appendix A. The PM will forward the package to the appropriate technical code for submission to the regulator. This is consistent with LANTNAVFACINST 11010.21 of 6 June 1990. 3.3.5 FINAL SUBMITTAL

A. PURPOSE: To finalize design phase and prepare documents for construction contract advertisement. EACH 100% REVIEW COMMENT SENT TO THE A&E SHALL BE RETURNED WITH EACH COMMENT ADDRESSED. IF THE COMMENT WAS INCORPORATED INTO THE DESIGN, A RESPONSE SHALL SO INDICATE. IF THE COMMENT WAS NOT INCORPORATED, AN EXPLANATION SHALL BE PROVIDED FOR NOT DOING SO. 3-13

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APPROPRIATE SIGNATURES. The A&E is responsible for obtaining the Satisfactory To signature of the Commanding Officer or the Public Works designator of the activity prior to final submission of all projects. All documents shall have the seal of the A&E responsible for the work as required by Section 3.2. A firm or partnership stamp is not acceptable. Where the firms state of residency does not provide for professional sealing, compliance with the states normal requirements will suffice. FINAL TRACINGS. Final tracings, masters and any other data developed by the A&E shall become the property of the Government unless stated otherwise in the contract. For projects on AutoCAD (or other CAD systems) all computer aided design disks shall be turned over to the Government as requested by the PM. Refer to paragraph 2.7 for field survey submittal requirements. Scan all computer disks submitted for viruses using a commercial virus scanning program. (1) Original tracings plus 2 sets of prints. (2) Final Specifications (Bond plus 2 copies). (3) Interior Color Design. (a) One color board displaying all materials labeled with color codes. Maximum size to be 20" X 30". (b) Two 8-1/2 X 11 binders containing all coded materials. (c) Furniture footprint reflecting final collateral equipment list and the color study when one has been required. (d) Finalized finish schedule, color legend and color notes. (4) Cost Estimate. (a) CES Estimate (1) Computer run estimate

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(3) Vendor/manufacturer quotes (b) Manual Estimates


(1) Backup estimate with summary sheet(s) (2) Marked 100% estimate (3) Vendor/manufacturer quotes

(c) Proposed bid items with detailed backup estimate (if estimated
construction cost exceeds construction funds available). (5) Calculations. (6) All marked materials returned with previous submittal. (7) Field Notes, Reports and Studies. (8) Environmental Construction and/or Operating Permit(s). (9) All NAVFAC DMs furnished by LANTNAVFACENGCOM at project commencement. NOTE: ALL COMPUTATIONS, STUDIES AND OTHER SIGNIFICANT MATERIAL SHALL BE BOUND IN BOOK FORM. C. QUALITY CONTROL DATA: Your firm will be expected to perform a quality control review. This review will evaluate both the technical accuracy and discipline coordination. Your Final Submittal shall include a single set of final prints and specifications highlighted to indicate that the review was performed and corrections made and a signature in the Quality Review Signature Block (see below) on the original of the cover sheet of F size drawings or on the Quality Control line in the title block of the cover sheet of D size drawings, indicating a quality review was performed. Such items as section, detail, and note references to other sheets, major dimensions, and equipment locations shall be marked. Verify that all equipment is correctly identified the same way on all sheets and in the specifications. Ensure that all work as indicated on the drawings is fully and consistently specified. 3-15

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Date Quality Review Signature Block

D. DISTRIBUTION: (1) Except as otherwise noted above or as specified in the contracts Appendix A, submit one copy of each element to LANTNAVFACENGCOM. (2) For projects geographically located within the Continental United States (CONUS) involving storm water management practices, new water distribution systems, new wastewater pump stations or distribution systems, provide the following to the appropriate State regulatory agency for review: Plans and specifications (3 copies each). The cover sheet on all copies of both the plans and specifications must bear an original seal and signature of the professional engineer responsible for the design. The PM will receive a copy of the transmittal letter forwarding each submittal. 3.3.6 National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC) and/or Commission of Fine Arts (CFA) Presentation

The presentation material is required to obtain the approval of the two Commissions. A. PURPOSE: To clearly demonstrate to the two Commissions the intent and quality of the project and to obtain the acceptance of the Commissions. B. ELEMENTS: (1) One set of drawings mounted on presentation boards and rendered with appropriate color (Approx. 30 inches by 40 inches) (2) Project data report (3) Environmental assessment statement (4) Seven record copies of all materials for NCPC and three additional copies for DFA (when required).

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (5) Eight and one-half inches by eleven inches, black and white reductions of the record copies. (6) Photographs of the existing conditions.

NOTE: The A&E shall be responsible for making those modifications to the design and to the presentation material requested by the Commissions and authorized by the Government. C. DISTRIBUTION (1) Distribution and number of copies is Activity/project specific and will be provided by the PM in the contracts Appendix A. 3.3.7 HOST NATION APPROVAL:

A. PURPOSE: Bilateral Agreements with certain countries require formal Host Nation Approval of our work during the design process. Host Nation approval is required prior to our proceeding to construction. The submission is required for all projects that propose new inventory at the activity. Projects that propose renovation or repair that alters the exterior appearance of an existing facility shall also be submitted for Host Nation Approval. Documentation preparation is required as part of the A&E contract and will be submitted concurrent with the PEP (or 35% submittal). Unless directed otherwise by the contracted scope of services, the A&E shall not assume any formal presentation or involvement with the Host Nation Approval process beyond the scope outlined below. The countries are: Portugal - U.S. text, no translation required. Italy U.S. and Italian text required.

Iceland - U.S. text, no translation required. Greece - U.S. and Greek text required. B. ELEMENTS: The submission shall consist of the following components formalized in standard 8 1/2 x 11 inch binder: (1) Illustrative statement of the projects intent.: (a) Purpose of construction (b) Requirements to be met by this construction (c) Type of construction proposed

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(d) Range of cost (use a span of cost to avoid compromise of bid estimate; e.g. $1M - $2M, $3M - $5M etc.) (e) Environmental Statement: Provide statement This project will not contribute to water or air pollution and will not adversely affect the ecology or a statement of measures and criteria to mitigate environmentally sensitive features of the design (f) Statement of military or operational necessity for the project. (Information to be provided by the Project Manager). (2) Provide a statement of physical security features the facility will contain (unclassified). Describe any automatic reporting to centralized activity security proposed. (3) Provide photographs of adjacent facilities and surroundings. (4) Provide site plan clearly indicating the location of the proposed project in the context of the installation and associated roads, sidewalks, substations, pump houses, parking, etc. Buildings to be demolished or abandoned must be shown. (5) Floor plans and elevations. (6) Exterior colors proposed. c. DISTRIBUTION: Two copies of the draft shall be submitted with the PEP (or 35% submittal) for review. Ten copies of the final document shall be submitted as conclusion of the PEP documentation review. 3.3.8 DUAL LANGUAGE: Preparation of plans and specifications is required to be prepared in dual language at a majority of our overseas locations. The A&E shall presume translation is required unless the contracted scope indicates otherwise. 3.3.9 ITALIAN LAW COMPLIANCE: Final plans prepared for construction in Italy require certification by an engineer or architect registered on the National Professional Rolls of Italy. Certification in the form of a letter, attesting to the designs compliance with all Italian codes satisfies this requirement. In addition, a structural certification is required in the form of a signature on the structural drawings and on the structural design calculations. Plans prepared by a U.S. registered professional organization shall be stamped by the designer of record and/or the participating Italian registered firm.

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INTRODUCTION

The basis of design should be a bound presentation of facts sufficiently complete in accordance with the following suggested format to expedite LANTNAVFACENGCOM review of the preliminary submittal. Detailed design computations, sizing of members or conductors, details of connections, etc., are not necessary with the basis of design, but general computations supporting system selection are required. The Criteria Manual is MIL-HDBK-1190 dated 1 September 1987, Facility Planning and Design Guide. 4.2 BASIS OF DESIGN - SUGGESTED FORMAT

The following guidance is written around new building type construction. Where a project consists primarily of mechanical, electrical, structural, or another discipline, the basis of design shall provide more detailed information for the major discipline. 4.3 ARCHITECTURAL

A. Statement of the type of construction adopted with reference to the occupancy, anticipated tenure of usage, degree of fire resistance, and maximum allowable floor areas and number of stories allowed by the Uniform Building Code. For Overseas locations, include any restrictions the host country may require. B. Statement as to the type of thermal insulation to be provided, when required, and the value of the U factors for the various portions of the structure, i.e., roof, walls, floor, etc. Also provide description of all architectural energy conserving features to be incorporated, including any passive solar systems. Refer to the Energy Conservation Section for additional information. Refer to ASHRAE Standard 90.11989, Section 8.5 for determinin g U factors instead of previous DOD criteria. C. Provide a one page narrative description of the preliminary color design concept addressing Architectural finishes and colors. Describe materials for all major items of construction and all interior and exterior finishes. The description of finishes (colors, textures, and patterns) shall be accomplished by the use of a finish schedule, color legend and notes. The finish schedule on the drawings shall identify interior building material finishes (A&E may choose room-by-room name or number format).

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 For the completed project all reference to building colors shall be on the drawings in the color legend that is referenced to the finish schedule. Any finishes not referenced in the color code columns of the finish schedule should be in either the comments section or color notes. Provide a generic color board referencing the narrative. NOTE: Informal liaison with the Architectural Branch, Interior Design Section, telephone 804-444-9984, is encouraged to facilitate orderly development of integrated colors/finishes. D. A description of items not considered to be a permanent part of the structure, such as work benches, shelving, bins and removable partitions. E. Analyze the design for compliance with DM-01.03, Architectural Acoustics, and DM3.10, Noise and Vibration Control. Include a statement as to general adherence to this criteria. When required, list areas of high noise and vibration and acoustic design principles applied. F. PROVISIONS FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PERSONS: Facilities required to be accessible to physically handicapped persons shall be designed and constructed or retrofitted in accordance with the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS), Federal Register, (49 FR 31528 dated August 7 1984, as amended by 51 FR 18647 dated May 21, 1986) (reference (5e)). Requirements for new construction, additions, and alterations vary and are specified in the standards. In general, all facilities worldwide which re-open to the public, or to limited segments of the public, or which may be visited by the public in the conduct of normal business, shall be designed and constructed to be accessible to physically handicapped persons including facilities constructed with nonappropriated funds, privately financed facilities on military installations, and contractor-owned facilities where the Department of Defense is funding all or any part of the construction. In fact, every facility should be designed to assure access to physically handicapped persons unless its intended use is specifically restricted to able-bodied military personnel. Able-bodied military personnel is defined as those military personnel considered to be physically fit for duty. At least five percent of family housing units at an installation and not less than one unit shall be accessible. G. Computation of gross floor area in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1190. Gross floor areas should be indicated on the drawings.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE H. Analysis of Life Safety Code (NFPA 101) requirements for all occupancies involved. Determine occupancy classifications, calculated occupant load, number and size of exits and other requirements. Describe unusual or critical code requirements and indicate how such requirements will be met. I. Describe special construction features incorporated into the facility such as barred windows, special wall/roof construction, raised computer flooring, RF Shielding, HEMP protection, etc. J. The architect shall identify to the structural designer all partitions, i.e., non-loadbearing walls (full height and less than full height), so that required strengthening can be determined. These considerations shall include seismic, wind and other dynamic loads applied to these walls. The partitions may be wood or steel stud framed, or CMU. Appropriate control joints shall also be considered. 4.4 STRUCTURAL

A. Description of foundation conditions, type of foundation to be used, method by which the allowable bearing values are to be determined, and maximum allowable bearing capacity for the foundations. Geotechnical information including field boring notes and report of recommendations shall be submitted. B. Statement of the type of construction adopted, and reason therefor, with capacity, dimensions, or other size criteria, and list of material selected with design strengths. C. Special features to be included in the structure which are not evident from the drawings. D. Description of the structural floor and roof systems proposed, with length, spacing and size of principal members (for beam and girder, etc.). E. Description of the Lateral Force Resisting System proposed with appropriate materials and dimensions. F. Statement of live loading to be used, to include floor loads, wind, snow, earthquake, etc., with data to justify. G. Statement of any special considerations that affect the design (e.g., superflat floors for high stacking warehouses, special corrosion resistance requirements, retractable roofs, etc.).

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE H. Contact the cognizant PM for extent of crane design required. Include special considerations as to crane and monorail requirements; i.e., special architecturalstructural considerations, area of service, and type of system.

I. The usual accepted means of structural system selection is economy. Demonstrate this with computations of various appropriate framing systems and cost comparisons of each, including: (1) Typical bay member sizing and cost comparisons of alternate structural systems; (2) Horizontal force resisting system for wind and earthquake; (3) Consideration of unusual geometry (long span, high bay, deep cuts, etc.); (4) Consideration of heavy equipment supports. 4.5 4.5.1 CIVIL SITE PLAN

A. Provide site plan showing layout and utility connections. It is LANTNAVFACENGCOM policy that site plans shall be drawn to a scale of 1" = 25' whenever feasible, allowing for ease of conversion to the metric system and aid in the eventual compilation and updating of utility and planning maps. B. Describe and quantify the dredging requirement, proposed disposal-plan, status of the dredging permit, and status of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). Identify dredge depth and quality control procedure requirements. 4.5.2 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATING PERMITS

A. Identify with a narrative description the pollution that will be generated on-site during construction and a proposed method that can be specified to control the pollution. A detailed description of construction pollution control shall be outlined in the basis of design for air pollution, pollution to ground and surface waters and the central prohibited discharges to on-site sewage systems. Provide as appropriate the elements proposed for final design needed for a storm water pollution prevention plan. B. Environmental Operating Permits - Identify by a narrative description each of the permits needed to operate the proposed design. Identify assumptions and limitations that are proposed as a basis for design. Address discharge limitations of air and water pollution with regard to MIL-HDBKs and regulatory requirements. 4-4

LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 The above requirement is particularly related to designs for incinerators, sewage plants, water plants, industrial process facilities, power and heat generator facilities, and solid waste handling facilities. When subsurface tile filtration is being considered for sewage disposal, a soil percolation test will be required for each such disposal system. C. Design of Oil Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) systems shall be in accordance with Federal Register, Title 40, Part 112 titled Oil Pollution Prevention. The Civil Engineering Branch will provide detailed criteria for incorporation of SPCC design into basis of design. 4.5.3 ASBESTOS, LEAD BASED PAINT, AND TOXIC WASTE

A. The A&E shall investigate for the presence of asbestos or toxic waste materials that will be disturbed in any way by the proposed work. The A&E shall determine the scope of the investigation, using information in the guide specification NFGS-02080 as guidance, and enlisting the advice of consultants. The project architect should develop scope for miscellaneous building materials, the mechanical engineer for HVAC and process systems, and the electrical engineer for power manholes and other wiring systems. It is important to realize that debris from one disciplines work can adversely effect the work of others. The ROICC Office and Public Works Department responsible for the project site are also excellent sources of historical data from past similar work or Station developed repairs. A certified testing laboratory shall be used to sample and test the suspected asbestos, lead based paint or toxic waste materials. However, the A&E shall review the work of the laboratory and require additional tests that may be required to fully determine the extent of the asbestos, lead based paint or toxic waste materials. Change orders for additional testing are appropriate. Two (2) copies of testing laboratory results shall be provided to LANTNAVFACENGCOM. If asbestos, lead based paint or toxic waste materials are found, the A&E shall indicate the extent of asbestos, lead based paint or toxic waste removal in the project documents and specify removal procedures in accordance with applicable regulations and in sufficient detail for the contractor to submit an accurate bid. (Note - Pipe insulation shall be indicated by major systems on as-built type drawings, etc.). If testing is performed and the material does not contain asbestos or lead based paint, add a note on the drawings to the effect. B. For asbestos removal, several different cleanup scenarios are presented:

(1) Complete Cleanup: A project is scoped for removal of all asbestos bearing materials within a crawl space. In this case, the A&E shall be requested to take asbestos insulation samples (pipe coverings), soil surface contamination samples (debris), and soil contamination samples. The results from testing the soil and soil surface contamination samples will be used to determine the scope of cleanup operations.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 One alternative to consider when soil contamination occurs would be to determine if the debris trail follows a geometric pattern; i.e., only under the pipe runs. If this is true, it might be more economical to treat those areas, only, by removal. However, the requirement for soil removal should be backed by laboratory tests and proper interpretation of the law as it pertains. If soil surface contamination exists, removal of the debris, only, may be adequate if subsequent air and soil samples indicate an acceptable environment. If contamination is not found, the following statement shall be placed on the drawings beside the crawl space: Soil (debris) has been tested and found to be asbestos free. When soil samples show contamination, the statement, Soil (debris) is contaminated with asbestos shall be used. Similar situations occur in other areas of a building, such as mechanical rooms, attics and high truss areas, and spaces between floors. In attics, the ceiling and/or the insulation above it would be treated like the soil previously mentioned. The appropriate statement would then have the format: The area is contaminated with asbestos (debris). (2) Partial Cleanup: A project where insulation has been tested as required and some asbestos has been found, and only the pipes/materials being worked on will be reinsulated or removed and replaced. This could happen in a crawl space, attic, mechanical equipment room, high truss area above ceilings, pipe chases and other areas. In these cases, the following note shall be placed on the plumbing or mechanical drawings, as well as drawings of other disciplines which will be performing work in area: Asbestos is present in the area. Protect all personnel within this asbestos area during the entire construction period by complying with 29 CFR 1926.58. Also when appropriate, along with the 35% submittal, address a letter to the Station with the following comments: Asbestos laden pipe insulation was found during sampling on the following lines and it is likely that asbestos insulation exists beyond the limits of this project. Then list the pipe lines involved. A similar scenario would be appropriate for new electrical work in existing manholes. Cables that are not to be worked on need not be cleaned. However, the contractor must be warned about the potentially hazardous environment. (3) No Cleanup: A project where the building is older than 1975 and no work is to be done on existing piping or asbestos suspected materials (i.e., apparently no testing required). However, the A&E should consider that, when running new piping or conduit in an older building, the existing finish materials that require drilling and cutting to allow the work to pass, or the spaces, especially attics and crawl spaces, through which the work must pass may be asbestos contaminated. Testing should be done and the existing asbestos identified. In this scenario, the same note shall be applied to the drawings as if it was a Partial Cleanup: Asbestos is present in the area. Protect all personnel within this asbestos area by complying with 29 CFR 1926.58.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (4) Total Demolition: A project where a building or facility is to be demolished and the site readied to receive a new building or facility. Each possible building material that historically could have been an asbestos based material should be tested. Instances of asbestos contamination should be clearly indicated, by specific building system, with special care taken to include any secondary contamination that might have occurred due to debris from that system. If a specific system indicates a tendency toward asbestos contamination, then the entire system should be so treated. Also, in facilities scheduled for demolition, investigation should be made to find sources of hidden asbestos. C. If the A&E decides to obtain the services of an outside testing organization to assist in defining the asbestos related work, the emphasis should be on an organization that can provide in-house engineering. They should be capable of using engineering judgment and experience to search out suspected sources of asbestos, with the initiative to suggest further testing when required, and the knowledge and experience with the EPA directives to interpret them and suggest the most financially efficient cleanup methods. They should also be capable of producing detailed engineering drawings delineating the extent of the asbestos removal effort required, in a biddable format, and professionally seal these drawings themselves. 4.5.4 WATER SUPPLY

A. Describe the existing system, indicating particularly the type, capacity, condition, present water use, and unsatisfactory elements. B. well, etc. C. For exterior distribution systems, state design parameters including domestic and fire flow, residual pressure, elevation differentials, etc. Include designers initial estimate of pipe sizes. For projects geographically located within the Continental United States coordination with the appropriate State Regulatory Agency is required. D. State tentative sizes, elevations, capacity, etc., as can readily be determined without long computations or design consideration for reservoirs, treatment units, pumping stations, well pumps, and such units. 4.5.5 SEWERS AND SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS State type of construction proposed, materials for water mains, type of

A. Describe the existing system indicating particularly the type, capacity, condition, present flow, and unsatisfactory elements. Address the adequacy of the down storm sewers for capacity and of the pumping station to prevent overflows including alarms, power, and assumed response time by the base operations staff. 4-7

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE B. Describe the degree of treatment and each of the unit processes proposed. Address the operational requirement related to the selected type of treatment. C. State design factors with present and projected design population loads for sewage treatment plants. For projects geographically located within the Continental United States, coordinate with the PM and Code 181 for special meetings and submissions to the State Regulatory Agencies. D. State materials to be used for sewer systems and sewage treatment plants. E. Identify standards (Federal, State, local) governing the design.

F. Describe the impact of steam condensation and cooling water discharges on existing sewer piping and sewage treatment plants and the estimated cost of distribution and treatment of this additional loading. Analyze the discharge alternatives for industrial waste water related to a direct discharge, no discharge or a discharge to the sanitary. Provide a cost based solution considering applicable environmental regulations. 4.5.6 ROADS, DRIVEWAYS, PARKING AREAS, AND WALKS

A. State general soil conditions, with a brief outline of soil exploration and testing performed. B. Describe the type and volume of traffic, controlling wheel loads and types or classes of roads under consideration with justification for any deviation from criteria thicknesses for these classes. 4.5.7 AIRFIELD PAVEMENT

A. The relative economies of rigid and flexible paving are constantly changing with the improvement of design features and construction techniques and with the development of new products. These factors are of significant importance in both new pavement construction and in the rehabilitation of existing pavements. All projects require careful study and evaluation of the in-place materials and the proposed construction materials. For these reasons, LANTNAVFACENGCOM will review carefully the proposed design cross sections on all major airfield paving projects. B. State general soil conditions with a brief outline of soil exploration and testing performed. C. Identify design wheel loading, type of aircraft, any abnormal operating conditions.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE D. Identify type of pavement; bituminous, concrete, reinforced, etc.

E. Note deviations from Naval Air Systems Command planning standards with reasons therefor. F. Describe method of handling storm drainage.

G. State type of lighting to be provided. Evaluate adequacy of existing runway and taxiway regulator capacities. 4.5.8 DUST AND EROSION CONTROL

A. Dust and erosion control, where deemed necessary, will be considered an integral part of all design and construction projects. Such controls will be generally limited to areas actually scarred or denuded in the process of constructing a project. Dust and erosion control will not be confused with landscaping. 35% submittal will contain the necessary design data, outline specifications, and costs for dust and erosion control measures where applicable. The Basis of Design will include a statement regarding the type of treatment selected, affecting areas, and reasons for selection of type and determination of areas. B. Erosion Control Plan for projects in North Carolina - An Erosion Control Plan (ECP) must be filed with the Department of Environmental Management (DEM), Land Quality Section, Wilmington or Washington, North Carolina for projects which disturb more than one acre of land. The ECP should be filed with the State at the 100% design stage. The A&E of record is responsible for coordinating with DEM and obtaining written approval for the ECP. C. Erosion Control Plan for projects in Virginia - An Erosion Control Plan (ECP) is required for all projects which disturb more than 10,000 SF. The ECP does not have to be submitted to the State since LANTNAVFACENGCOM has a blanket approval for erosion control from the Soil Conservation Service in Virginia. However, ECP must comply with State standards and be included in contract drawings and specifications at the 100% stage of design. 4.5.9 CATHODIC PROTECTION & PROTECTIVE COATINGS

Cathodic Protection (CP) is required for all underground or submerged structures on which corrosion may have severe environmental or structural effects or significant economic impact. A. Types of structures for which the installation of CP and protective coatings is required by Federal Regulations include, but may not be limited to: 4-9

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B. In addition to the structures above, CP and protective coatings must be provided per NAVFACENGCOM policy for the following types of buried/submerged metallic structures regardless of soil or water corrosivity: (1) Underground oxygen piping (2) The waterside of new steel sheetpile bulkheads (3) New steel pile pier supports and steel fender piles (4) Steel water storage tanks (elevated or reservoirs) (5) Underground structures storing hazardous products (6) Steel utility piping in soils having resistivity below 100,000 ohm-cm (7) The exterior bottom of aboveground POL tanks (8) Hydraulic piston cylinders for elevators and lifts (standard CP design) C. The requirement for CP, protective coatings and joint bonding on the following types of structures must be determined by economic analysis and the recommendations of a qualified corrosion engineer based on soil resistivity or corrosivity if submerged: (1) Ferrous metal gravity sewer lines (any soil resistivity) (2) Existing steel waterfront structures (3) Buried ductile/cast iron pipe (soil resistivity above 10,000 ohm-cm: joint bonds only) (4) Concrete encased rebar in piles for piers, seawalls and quay walls.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (6) Underground compressed gas distribution systems (except oxygen) (7) Water distribution systems (8) Concentric neutral cable (9) Heating (steam or hot water) distribution systems (10) Other buried/submerged metallic structures not covered above

D. CP surveys and designs must be performed by a registered corrosion engineer or National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) certified corrosion or CP specialist with at least five years experience in the type of CP system being designed. The consultants qualifications shall be verified. E. Designs for CP must comply with the following: (1) MIL-HDBK 1004/10, Electrical Engineering, Cathodic Protection (2) CP systems must be designed to provide protective potentials that meet the requirements of applicable NACE recommended practices (i.e., RP01-69, RP02-85, RP03-88, etc.) (3) All CP designs must be based on specific field tests made at the proposed construction site. Tests would include soil resistivity (Wenner Four Pin method), water corrosivity (pH), structure-to-electrolyte (S/E), and potential measurements (on existing structures or test specimens). Results of field testing will be provided with design submission. (4) Designs must include test stations, electrolyte access points and/or reference electrodes required for routine operation, maintenance and potential surveying of the CP systems. (5) Specifications will provide procedures for recommended acceptance testing including static (native) potentials, initial and final system potentials, and interference tests. (6) Air Force designs will also comply with the current Air Force CP Engineering Technical Letter (ETL).

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (7) CP and Protective Coatings for projects prepared under contract to EFA Med shall be reviewed by LANTNAVFACENGCOM.

F. The LANTNAVFACENGCOM points of contact for CP are Mr. Karl D. Liebrich, Code 4041, telephone 804-444-9966, and Mr. David F. Jutton, Code 1614C, telephone 804-445-2964. They should be contacted for design requirements and coordination with existing CP systems. 4.5.10 FENCING State type, height, and justification for fencing. 4.5.11 RAILROADS A. State general soil conditions, outline the soil exploration and testing performed or to be performed, and such results thereof as may be available. B. State type of service for which railroad track will be provided, anticipated volume and type of traffic, the ruling grade, and the maximum curvature. C. Describe proposed type, source and thickness of ballast, weight of rail and source, treatment, and dimensions of ties proposed. 4.5.12 PHYSICAL SECURITY A. State the type of classified material to be stored and describe the specific construction standards required by OPNAVINST 5510.1G, Department of the Navy Information and Personnel Security Program Regulation. B. State the category of Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (A&E) to be stored and describe the level of protection required by OPNAVINST 5530.13, Physical Security Instruction for Sensitive Conventional A&E. C. Based on consultation with the activitys Security Officer and OPNAVINST 5530.14B, Navy Physical Security and Loss Prevention Manual, state what areas will be designated as restricted areas. Describe the provisions incorporated in the design to ensure the proper level of control in these areas.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 4.5.13 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN A. State what management plans are required: For projects in North Carolina, a Stormwater Management Plan (SMP) must be filed with the Department of Environmental Management (DEM), Water Quality Section, Wilmington or Washington, North Carolina for projects which disturb more than one acre of land. An outline of the proposed SMP will be included in the 35% submittal and should be filed with the State at the 100% design stage. The A&E of record is responsible for coordinating with DEM and obtaining written approval for the SMP. B. For projects in Virginia, a Stormwater Management Plan (SMP) is not required at this time. However, stormwater regulations are being revised for certain localities in Virginia, and this requirement may change. C. The A&E will be required to coordinate with the State to ensure that any regulations enacted into law subsequent to the publishing of the guide will be observed and required filing of a SMP must be prepared for submittal during preliminary design for review. Subsequently the A&E will be responsible for filing with the State at the 100% design stage (or at the time specified by the PM). 4.6 4.6.1 MECHANICAL MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

As an objective, mechanical systems should be simple and reliable while providing a comfortable environment for building occupants with minimum consumption of energy. The Navy does not have building operators, the mechanical systems should be self sufficient. Maintenance costs must reflect the complexity of the system. If the present values of alternative systems are close, select the simpler system. Adequate space must be allocated for proper access and maintenance of equipment. Mechanical room plan and sections must be large enough to show access areas and resolution of interferences. 4.6.2 PLUMBING

A. Determination of number of each type of fixture based upon the number of persons to be served. B. Estimated number of fixture units and water demand in gpm for all plumbing fixtures.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE C. Estimated maximum and minimum water pressure at each building and indicate if booster pumping will be required. D. Type, size and design temperature of domestic water heater and distribution system. Also, a statement as to whether heat recovery is contemplated for domestic water heating. E. Design temperature of domestic hot water distribution system and extent of recirculation system within building.

F. Provide a description of any special mechanical systems such as compressed air, hydraulic, nitrogen, etc., including an explanation of the medium source. 4.6.3 HEATING, VENTILATION, AND COOLING (See Chapter 8 and Chapter 10 of MILL-HDBK-1190 and DM 3.03) A. General (1) Calculations - Use of professionally recognized, nationally used computerized load calculations is encouraged. See 100% submittal requirements. NOTE: Copies of input and output data are required. Computer disks may also be requested. (2) Outside Design Conditions - Table T-1 Outside Design Temperature LANTNAVFACENGCOM Activities, included at the end of this section shall be utilized in the design of all new and rehabilitation type construction, except for critical areas where specialized technical requirements demand exact humidity or temperature control. For these areas, use 1% dry bulb temperature and 1% mean coincident wet bulb temperature for summer and 99% dry bulb for winter. (3) The sequence of operation for the automatic temperature control system should be shown on the drawings. B. Heating (1) Comfort Heating - The heating inside design temperature for personnel comfort should be 68F [20C] for administrative and living areas, 55F [12.8C] for working areas, and 40F [4.4C] for storage areas for the prevention of freezing.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (2) Describe the source of thermal energy which will be used, such as extension of central high pressure steam with meter, hot water with meter, or independent heating facility with the type of fuel to be utilized. Also explain why this source was selected in lieu of other available sources. Where there is a possibility of more than one type being economical or where it is large enough to qualify under Energy Conservation, a computerized analysis shall be included to justify the selection. Resistance electricity and L.P. gas are not allowed for space comfort heating except in unusual situations. Contact LANTNAVFACENGCOM Mechanical Engineering Branch, telephone 804-444-9903, for guidance concerning allowable fuel sources. (3) Briefly describe and/or show on the drawings the type and routing of the system proposed to convey the heat source, if applicable; for example, 100 psig low level, aboveground steam and condensation lines on concrete support, interconnecting to the existing system at manhole no. 150 and traveling due north into the mechanical equipment room. State if condensate return system is to be utilized. If condensate is to be wasted, heat reclaim should be considered. For Tidewater area activities wasted condensate should go to the storm system. For all other activities wasted condensate should go to the sanitary sewer system. If wasted to sanitary sewer within 100 feet of lift station, condensate should be cooled to 110F otherwise use cooling well for one hour of retention (unless specifically instructed otherwise). Indicate the maximum hourly production of condensate so LANTNAVFACENGCOM may make a study of the storm or sanitary system adequacy and determine if there are any permit requirements. Include this in the civil basis of design section. (4) Provide a complete description and schematics of the heating system proposed including an explanation of why this system is preferred over others. Also indicate locations of major components of the system. For larger systems which qualify under energy conservation, a computerized comparison between at least two systems is required. C. Ventilation (ASHRAE Ventilation Standard 62 (latest edition)).

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(1) State whether a gravity or mechanical system is to be used and provide a brief description of the type proposed. (2) Indicate the number of outside air changes per hour in various areas, the type of filtration, if applicable, and whether OSHA requirements are applicable. (3) State if smoke removal systems are to be employed in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1008 (latest edition). (4) Describe the operation of the system in summer and winter modes.

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(1) Comfort Cooling - The air-conditioned inside design temperature for personnel comfort should be 15F [9.4C] less than the 2-1/2% outside dry bulb weather condition, but should not exceed 78F [25.6C] dry bulb or be less than 75F [23.9C] dry bulb. The design relative humidity should be 50% minimum or the design temperature equal to the outside air dew point design temperature, whichever is less. (2) Psychometric calculations shall be illustrated on psychometric charts and submitted with prefinal. (3) Humid Area criteria is provided in MIL-HDBK-1190. For areas which this applies, see Table T-1 included at the end of this section. (4) Provide a complete description and schematics of the cooling system proposed including an explanation of why this system is preferred over others. Also indicate locations of major components of the system. For larger systems which qualify under energy conservation, a computerized comparison between at least two systems is required. (5) Provide a statement of areas to be cooled for determining whether air conditioning is authorized in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1190. (6) Identify special humidification or dehumidification requirements, as well as special filtration requirements. E. Combination Systems - For systems in which the heating, ventilating and/or cooling are combined, repetition may be eliminated by consolidating the information. F. Briefly describe the HVAC Control System type and functions.

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4/17/93 4.6.4 ENERGY CONSERVATION 4.6.4.1 ENERGY / SOLAR ANALYSIS

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 4.6.4.2 ENERGY CONSERVATION METHODS The intent is to bring a multidiscipline approach to the project which recognizes and prioritizes the major load components of the building and focuses efforts on these to meet design energy targets. A. The Solar Analysis Form (Form S-1) and the Energy Analysis Form (Form E-1) at the end of this section must be submitted to this Command, attention the PM, by the A&E prior to the 35% basis of design. The submittal of these forms is appropriate at the projects 15% stage to allow for a review by the LANTNAVFACENGCOM Mechanical Engineering Branch. The number and type of alternatives to be analyzed will be based on project information provided in scope of work. Form E-1 shall indicate the proposed alternatives and zones and include the best available floor plan. This Command will review the recommendations and return the form to the A&E: Approved, approved as noted or disapproved. The remaining analysis does not require approval prior to run but must contain logic for selection. Selection of energy analysis alternatives on Form E-1 should concentrate on other (architectural, electrical) aspects of the project when the type of building, such as a BOQ, an airfield hangar, etc., has been previously studied or a particular mechanical system is considered most desirable. Contact the Mechanical Engineering Branch prior to submitting Forms E-1 and S-1 if this applies or if you have any questions. B. After receiving the approved forms, the A&E shall perform a computerized energy analysis and a life cycle cost analysis for an new building or major renovation project that is only heated and exceeds 20,000 ft 2 [1,858m 2], or is heated and air-conditioned and exceeds 8,000 ft2 [743m2]. The computer program shall be a professionally recognized and proven program which makes hourly calculations as a basis. Programs available are Carrier EC 20-II HAP, DOE 2.1, and Trane TraceUltra. If other programs are to be considered, documentation showing Federal and State approval should be forwarded for approval prior to sending in the energy analysis with the 35% submittal. Facilities with less than the square footage can use either manual or computerized methods to meet the energy analysis requirement. A copy of Instructions for Preparation of Economic Analysis (JAN 90) is available from the LANTNAVFACENGCOM Cost Engineering Branch as a guide in proper economic analysis format. Contact the Mechanical Engineering Branch for the utility rates to use in the analysis. C. Within the limits of functionality and life cycle cost effectiveness, all facilities shall be designed to meet the design energy target shown in Table 8-1 of MIL-HDBK-1190. To establish the domestic hot water load portion of the design energy target use average day values from table one, chapter 54 of the 1987 ASHRAE, HVAC Systems and Applications. Use ASHRAE standard 90.1-1989-Section 8.5 to determine U factors instead of previous DOD criteria. 4-18

4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE See Table T-2 for guidelines in using the building design energy target. Justification/rationale is required should the annual energy consumption estimate exceed the design energy budget target. 4.6.4.3 ENERGY CONSERVATION SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS (See Flow Diagram, Section 4.6.4) A. 15% Submittal. Forms S-1 and E-1. B. 35% Submittal. Energy Analysis and Life Cycle Cost Analysis (Form LANTDIV 4-11010/9). C. 100% submittal. Form MS-1. 4.6.5 HEATING PLANTS AND HEATING PLANT ADDITIONS

A. Before stating the type of fuel to be used and an economic comparison of the selected fuel with other available fuels, contact the LANTNAVFACENGCOM Mechanical Engineering Branch for the latest criteria for fuel selection. B. Describe new boilers including size, pressure and type.

C. Describe any new auxiliaries to be added and what source of power will be used for their operation. D. Describe the fuel storage and conveying system to be installed. E. Describe the safety and combustion control systems utilized and how they will perform. 4.6.6 REFRIGERATION (COLD STORAGE)

A. Identify areas to be refrigerated, indicating their usage and temperatures to be maintained. B. 4.6.7 Describe type of refrigeration equipment and systems.

FUEL DISTRIBUTION AND STORAGE A. Gas (1) Describe type, location of take off from supply, and available pressure. (2) Identify type and materials for pipe and valves.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (1) Describe unloading facilities, such as dock, tank, car, or truck. (2) Describe type of system and proposed features.

(3) State basis for storage capacity, rate of pumping, and number of dispensing outlets. (4) Describe power supply, power requirements and hazard classification. (5) Identify type and materials for pipe, tank and valves.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE OUTSIDE DESIGN TEMPERATURE LANTNAVFACENGCOM ACTIVITIES

SITES IN U.S.

Degrees Winter Degrees Days Air Conditioning Days Design Cooling Data Heating Criteria Data D. Bulb W.Bulb D. Bulb D. Bulb / MCWB** 93F 80F 73F 67F (97-1/2%) (2-1/2%) (HOURS) (HOURS) Air Conditioning Design Data

DOD Design Energy Budget Region

KENTUCKY Covington Louisville Lexington Louisville Owensboro 90 / 72 93 / 74 91 / 73 93 / 74 94 / 75 1080 1268 1197 1268 1444 6 10 8 10 10 5070 4640 4729 4640 4220 24 748 316 1423 80 1022 668 1886 37 822 401 1641 80 1022 668 1886 113 1106 777 1942 4 3 3 3 3

NORTH CAROLINA Cape Hatteras Cherry Point Hartford (67 issue) Camp Lejeune VIRGINIA Charlottesville Chincoteague ('67 issue) Eustis, Fort Lynchburg Newport News 91 / 74 88 / 77 1263 N/A 18 20 4162 N/A 54 964 376 1544 15 649 864 2281 3 N/A 86 / 77 90 / 78 90 / 79 90 / 79 1550 1922 N/A 1810 27 24 25 23 2731 2832 N/A 2901 0 832 1521 2771 23 1055 1342 2760 48 990 1238 2526 30 1020 1481 2870 4 4 N/A 4

90 / 76 90 / 74 90 / 77

1585 1100 1539

20 16 20

3752 4233 3549

26 875 807 2065 31 696 376 1544 21 809 1010 2290

4 3 4

* Areas considered Humid Areas ** MCWB - Mean Coincident Welt Bulb Temp @ 2 1/2% DBT

Table T-1
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Degrees Winter Degrees Days Air Conditioning Days Design Cooling Data Heating Criteria Data D. Bulb W. Bulb D. Bulb / MCWB** D. Bulb 93F 80F 73F 67F (2 1/2%) (97 1/2%) (HOURS) (HOURS)

Air Conditioning Design Data SITES IN U.S.

DOD Design Energy Budget Region

VIRGINIA (CONT.)
Norfolk Northwest (67 issue) Petersburg (67 issue) Portsmouth Richmond Roanoke Virginia Beach Williamsburg Yorktown WEST VIRGINIA Charleston Huntington Parkersburg Wheeling 90 / 73 91 / 74 90 / 74 86 / 71 1055 1098 1045 647 N/A 11 10 11 5 5 4590 4374 4817 5930 N/A 25 744 315 1521 47 797 470 1671 33 736 401 1528 5 2 461 381 105 116 886 743 3 3 3 2 N/A 91 / 76 92 / 79 94 / 77 91 / 76 92 / 76 91 / 72 89 / 76 91 / 76 90 / 77 1441 N/A N/A 1441 1353 1030 1485 1345 1539 22 25 18 22 17 16 22 20 20 3488 N/A N/A 3488 3939 4307 3639 3671 3623 41 074 961 2238 55 1010 1110 2412 120 1006 795 1991 41 874 961 2238 70 932 765 1973 38 810 223 1468 12 708 856 2184 42 905 807 2065 21 809 1010 2290 4 N / A N / A 4 4 3 4 4 4

Sugar Grove (67 issue) 85 / 72 * **

Areas considered Humid Areas MCWB - Mean Coincident Welt Bulb Temp @ 2 1/2% DBT

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Degrees Winter Degrees Days Air Conditioning Days Design Air Conditioning Heating Criteria Data Cooling Data Design Data D. Bulb W. Bulb 93F 80F 73F 67F D. Bulb D. Bulb / MCWB** (97 1/2%) (HOURS) (HOURS) (2 1/2%) DOD Design Energy Budget Region

SITES OUTSIDE U.S.

AFRICA Bahrain: Bahrain IAP / Muharraq Morocco: Kenitra Somalia: *Berbera Kenya: *Mandera *Mombasa Nairobi 97 / 82 (93 / 77) 85 / 64 7004 5569 1377 69 68 47 0 0 966 394 3134 2380 4065 33 2620 3756 4368 0 441 0 150 6 6 0 (105/87) 6746 69 0 834 4354 3922 4387 6 86 / 71 1044 41 1230 32 338 106 1720 5 100/80 N/A 54 172 1298 4174 3884 4392 N/A

ATLANTIC OCEAN Azores: Lajes Field, Terceira 78 / 70 Villa doPorto (67 issue) Bermuda: *All localities Iceland: Keflavik * ** 57 / 52 0 17 8838 0 0 0 0 1 (85 / 78) 2631 54 325 0 1272 2014 3626 6 78 / 68 621 N/A 48 52 1332 N/A 0 0 24 45 17 0 889 456 5 N/A

Areas considered Humid Areas MCWB - Mean Coincident Welt Bulb Temp @ 2 1/2% DBT

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Air Conditioning Design Data

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Degrees Winter Degrees Air Conditioning Days Days Design H e a t i n g Criteria Data Cooling Data D. Bulb W. Bulb 93F 80F 73F 67F D. Bulb D. Bulb / MCWB** (97 1/2%) (HOURS) (HOURS) (2 1/2%) DOD Design Energy Budget Region

CARIBBEAN SEA Bahama Islands: *Grand Turk Cuba: *Guantanamo Bay Puerto Rico: *Roosevelt Roads *Sabana Seca 89 / 81 88 / 79 5576 4982 69 66 0 0 1 3154 4103 4415 1 2277 3655 4413 6 6 93 / 82 5537 66 0 131 2790 3935 4411 6 88 / 80 3634 70 0 0 3850 4208 4404 6

CENTRAL AMERICA Canal Zone: Balboa EUROPE Greece: Athens Italy: Naples Sigonella (Sicily) * ** 86 / 70 94 / 71 1024 1472 35 35 2671 2240 4 472 132 1061 103 1124 243 1532 6 6 91 / 71 2002 37 1779 60 1343 412 1768 6 88 / 81 5851 73 16 4 1963 3832 4390 6

Areas considered Humid Areas MCWB - Mean Coincident Welt Bulb Temp @ 2 1/2% DBT

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Air Conditioning Design Data D. Bulb / MCWB** (2 1/2%) EUROPE (CONT) Spain: Madrid Rota United Kingdom: Edzell (Scotland) 73 / 61 10 N/A 25 27 94 / 68 96 / 69 1022 1195 28 38

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Degrees Winter Days Design Cooling Data Degrees Days Air Conditioning Heating Criteria Data D. Bulb W. Bulb D. Bulb 93F 80F 73F 67F (97 1/2%) (HOURS) (HOURS) DOD Design Energy Budget Region

3895 1715

106 804

317

4 5

3 5 6 7 4 113 1269

6222 N/A

0 0

9 23

0 0

3 15

2 N/A

Holy Loch (Scotland) 71 / 60 (67 issue) London (England) 77 / 64 Londonderry (N. Ireland) NORTH AMERICA Canada: Argentia, Nfld. INDIAN OCEAN Seycheles: Mahe/Anse La Rue 85/78 * ** 66 / 63 69 / 61

92 9

28 29

5188 5825

0 0

26 0

0 0

43 1

3 2

12

7754

17

N/A

71

0 1361 4017 4392

N/A

Areas considered Humid Areas MCWB - Mean Coincident Welt Bulb Temp @ 2 1/2% DBT

NOTE: ALL DATA (EXCEPT THAT WHICH IS NOTED) CONDENSED FROM NAVFAC P-89 DATED 1 JUL 1978 Table T-1 4-25

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GUIDELINES FOR USING BUILDING DESIGN ENERGY TARGET

1. The Design Energy Target figures apply only to buildings and energy consumed within the five-foot line of the building, except for the following cases: a. Where a package chiller, cooling tower, air cooled refrigeration condenser, transformer or substation, or heating plant is located outside the five-foot line but serves only one building, the energy required to operate these facilities shall be chargeable to the building. b. Where facilities as noted in la above serves two to four buildings, the energy requirements shall be prorated among the buildings. Where such facilities serve five or more buildings, these facilities shall be considered in the category of central plants. 2. Losses from steam, chilled water, high temp water or hot water distribution lines beyond the fivefoot line are not chargeable to the building energy consumption except as provided in 1.b above. 3. Exterior lighting beyond the five-foot line is not chargeable to the building energy consumption.

4. Building Design Energy Targets include the energy required for space heating, space cooling, domestic hot water and lighting. 5. Design Energy Targets relate to building gross square feet. For MILCON projects this should be as shown on the Projects DD Form 1391. Gross area is the sum of all floor areas of a building including basements, cellars, mezzanines, other intermediate floor tiers and penthouses. All measurements shall be from the exterior wall of the building or from the center line of party walls. 6. For the purpose of calculating Design Energy Targets the following conversion factors will be used: Electricity Fuel Oil Natural Gas Liquified Petroleum Gas (including Propane and Butane) Anthracite Coal Bituminous Coal Purchased Steam or Steam From Central Plant High Temperature or Medium Temperature Water from Central Plant the building five-foot line. 3,413 BTU per kilowatt hour 138,700 BTU per gallon 1,030,000 BTU per thousand cubic feet 95,500 BTU per gallon 28,300,000 BTU per short ton 24,580,000 BTU per short ton 1,000 BTU per pound Use the heat value based on the temp of the water actually delivered at

Form T-2

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ENERGY ANALYSIS Date

A&E CONTRACT NO.: N62470- - BConstruction Contract No.: N62470- - BProject Title: Location: Person to Contact (Name): Telephone: Estimated Tonnage: Design Energy Target: ALTERNATIVES & ZONES

P-NO.

FY

BTU/SF/YR

1. Alternatives (describe architectural, electrical or mechanical alternatives). If mechanical list primary and terminal equipment energy source (steam, electrical, mechanical, etc.) and air or water cooled heat rejection Description FOR LANTNAVFACENGCOM USE ONLY *D *A REMARKS

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(*A - Approved or Approved with Remarks) (*D - Disapproved) 2. Include best available copy of floor plans showing zones and equipment.

LANTNAVFACENGCOM Approved Alternatives & Zones: NAME DATE Form E-1

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1. Input Information (Prepared by A&E) A&E CONTRACT NO.: N62470- -BConstruction Contract No.: N62470- -BProject Title: Location: Person to Contact (Name): Telephone: Escalation Dates: Contract Award - Month Year B.O.D. - Month Contingency % Type System (DHW/Space Heating) Domestic Hot Water Demand: Gal. Per day required Ga. Per hour recovery required Back-up Energy Source: Oil Steam: Gas Oil Other Coal Building Floor Area Sq. Ft. Number of People: Compass Direction of Collector-Normal II. Results (LANTNAVFACENGCOM)

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SOLAR ANALYSIS

P-NO

FY

Year

Electric: On Peak Off Peak

A. For projects at locations other than Bermuda, Central America, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and other Caribbean Islands: In view of recent past studies for active solar utilization at this location which clearly indicated Solar Energy not to be feasible, solar was not studied for this specific project. B. For projects at Bermuda, Central America, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and other Caribbean Islands:

A life cycle cost solar analysis was performed by LANTNAVFACENGCOM. Results indicate that solar energy is not feasible for this project. A life cycle cost solar analysis was performed by LANTNAVFACENGCOM. Results indicate system is cost effective. The following information applies: Solar Design cost ($000) Collector Area (SF) Solar System Cost ($0000) Energy Contribution from Solar System, % III. SIR Discount Payback (years) Annual Energy Saved (MBTU)

This completed form shall be included in the basis of design 35% submittal.

LANTNAVFACENGCOM Approved: Name Date Form S-1

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Date: Prepared By:

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Job Order No.: LANTDIV Reviewer: PROJECT SUMMARY DATA FOR MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

1.

Project Title and Location: FYP-

Cat Code

2.

Total Project Construction Cost $ Administration Applied Instruction Barracks Industrial Institutional New Structure Renovation Addition Other (note)

3. Building Type:

4.

Building Conditioned Floor Area Sq. Ft. (Heated) or

Sq. Ft. (A/C) Sq. Ft. (Heated and A/C)

5.

Air conditioning System Description - (DX Split System, Air Cooled Recip Chiller, etc.)

a. Total Tons b. Total Sq. Ft./Ton 6.

GPM/Ton (Chilled Water) GPM/Ton (Cond. Water)

Air Conditioning System Description - Airside (Constant Volume, FPVAV, etc.)

a. b. c. d. 7.

Total (Vent Total Total

CFM (O.A.) CFM CFM/Sq. Ft. CFM/Ton

Vent (O.A.) CFM/SF Vent (O.A.) CFM/Person

Heating System Description (District Steam, Oil Fired Boiler, etc.)

a. Capacity MBH b. BTUH/Sq. Ft. 8. Design Data Summer Summer Summer Summer OADB OAWB IADB IARH Winter OADB Winter IADB Wall U Valve Glass U Valve Roof U Valve Lights Watts/SF

Form MS-1

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A. Automatic sprinkler and gaseous extinguishing system piping layouts shall not be designed; i.e., a piping plan will generally not be provided to show new work. Such a plan may be necessary to indicate existing piping sizes and locations or to show pipe routing where interference problems exist. In instances where architectural and interior design features are critical (e.g. lobbies, clubs, BEQ/BOQ rooms), it may necessary to show sprinkler head or piping locations. A schematic riser diagram is required and points of connection must be identified. B. Describe fire detection and alarm systems including location of detectors, manual stations, audible devices, control panel, etc. Number of conductors shall not be indicated unless required to ensure proper interface with existing systems or for unusual or complex systems. C. Indicate location of water supply main entrance to building and detail of sprinkler valves. Also indicate location and details of gaseous extinguishing system equipment and supplies; show piping to the extent required by space limitations, where potential interference problems may occur, etc. D. Refer to the latest edition of MLHDBK-1008 Fire Protection for Facilities Engineering, Design, and Construction for specific applications and requirements for various types of fire protection systems. Such systems must meet applicable NFPA standards. E. Provide the following information about sprinkler systems: (1) Authority for installation of sprinkler systems, (2) Hazard classification of occupancy and whether system will be hydraulically calculated or follow the pipe schedule method. (3) For hydraulically designed systems, state density and area of application as well as water supply available at point of connection (static pressure and residual pressure at design flow). This data must be based upon flow tests at or near the point of connection and must appear in the Basis of Design. 4-30

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (4) Identify type(s) of automatic sprinkler system(s) involved, i.e., wetpipe, dry-pipe, preaction and/or deluge. Indicate areas to be protected and each type of system proposed. If the use of a preaction or deluge system is contemplated, contact the Fire Protection Branch at (804) 444-9908, for guidance before proceeding with design. (5) Provide fire pump data if applicable. 4.7.2 SYSTEM SAFETY

A. Each A&E contract shall contain system safety requirements and information, presented in the contract as follows: (1) The System Safety and Hazard Analysis paragraph of the A&Es appendix A, indicating safety concerns and project requirements. (2) LANTDIV Form 5100/12, Preliminary hazard List (PHL) and Risk Assessment Code Validation, will be included as an Appendix A attachment if available. (3) If the project has been determined to represent a critical or serious safety risk, (Risk Assessment Code 1 or 2), a Preliminary Hazard Analysis will be included as an Appendix A attachment and a Requirements Hazard Analysis (RHA) must be provided as part of the design submittal. LANTNAVFACENGCOMINST 5100.13 of 19 February 1992 defines RHA requirements. B. Take the following action:

(1) Review the system safety requirements presented and determine the extent of their applicability to the project. (2) Research safety criteria requirements for the indicated hazards. (3) Document compliance with safety requirements and provide a summary of intended or actual compliance actions. (4) Ensure that the final plans/specifications for the project adequately address all safety items. (5) If a Risk Assessment Code of 1 or 2 has been assigned to the project, request a copy of LANTNAVFACENGCOMINST 5100.13, Execution of Facility System Safety, and include the preparation of an RHA in the design effort. The services of a system safety consultant may be necessary to produce this document. 4-31

4/17/93 ELECTRICAL 4.8 4.8.1 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS A. Interior distribution systems.

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(1) Electrical characteristics (phase, voltage, and number of conductors). (2) Breakdown, by category, of the estimated connected loads, demand factors and demand loads for each category, total demand load, diversity factor, and total diversified demand load. Load categories shall include the following: (a) Lighting load. (b) Convenience outlet load. (c) Mechanical equipment load, such as heating, air conditioning, etc. (d) Special operating equipment loads, such as compressors, generators, pumps and power receptacles being provided to serve special equipment. (e) User equipment loads. (f) Miscellaneous/other loads. (3) Type of wiring system, such as rigid conduit, electrical metallic tubing, nonmetallic sheathed cable, etc., and where proposed to use. (CURRENT CRITERIA PROHIBITS EMBEDDING ALUMINUM CONDUIT IN CONCRETE. CURRENT PROJECTS SHOULD BE REVIEWED TO MAKE SURE THAT CONDUIT, PIPE, BARS, ANCHORS, FLASHING, OR OTHER ALUMINUM PARTS ARE NOT EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE.) (4) Type of conductor and insulation material, such as CU THW, AL XHHW, etc., and where proposed to use. (5) A statement describing proposed standards of design, such as voltage drop, lighting intensities, type of light sources, and a statement regarding the use of selective switching or other energy conserving features. (6) Provide short circuit calculations.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (7) Description (including Riser Diagrams) of Cable Television Systems (CATV), Closed Circuit Television Systems (CCTV), nurse call, intercom, sound, signal, and fire alarm systems.

(8) Statement relative to supporting facilities (outlets, raceways, and backboard) to be provided for telecommunication systems. Number and location of telecommunication outlets (i.e., telephone, computer, word processing, etc.) should be obtained from the using activity. Identify space required for telecommunication equipment, point of connection to base telephone system, size of incoming duct/conduit, and size of equipment mounting backboard; this information should be obtained from the Activity Providing Telephone Service (APTS) officer. Statement relative to interface provision for multi-use systems (i.e., intercom, telephone, etc.). A&E must provide all facility support for proposed telephone equipment installations, i.e., conduit, duct, and backboard. Design and procurement of telephone system to be accomplished by the Activity Providing Telephone Service (APTS) officer. (9) Provide lighting calculations keyed to lighting floor plan and lighting fixture schedule. B. Exterior distribution systems. (1) Contact the Utilities Engineering Branch (telephone 804-445-2998) for location and characteristics of nearest electrical power source capable of supplying project requirements. Do not contact local utility companies. (2) Statement relative to the adequacy of the primary power source at the point of pick-up. If primary source is inadequate, state measures proposed to correct the deficiency. (3) Electrical characteristics of power source, including circuit interrupting requirements and voltage regulation. (4) Estimate of total connected load and resulting kilowatt demand load by applying proper demand and diversity factors, if a group of loads is involved. (5) Basis for selection of primary and/or secondary distribution voltage. (6) Type of conductor material, such as copper or aluminum, and where proposed to use. Type of insulation for cable systems. (7) A statement describing pertinent standards of design, such as voltage drop, physical characteristics of overhead or underground circuits, type of lighting units and lighting intensities. 4-33

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (8) Manhole design calculations as applicable.

(9) Type and adequacy of signal and fire alarm systems, including a statement as to spare capacity on fire alarm circuit. For fire alarm assistance, contact the Fire Protection Branch (telephone 804-444-9908). THE IMPORTANCE OF EARLY RESOLUTION OF THE FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS CANNOT BE OVER EMPHASIZED. (10) Type, adequacy and routing of supporting structure(s) for telecommunication cable. Exterior cabling for systems owned and operated by the Government shall be provided by the construction contract (type and size of cable to be obtained from APTS officer. Procurement of exterior cabling for other than Government-owned and operated systems shall be accomplished by the APTS officer. 4.8.2 ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

A. System engineering concepts. Describe the proposed type of system, its functions and the interrelationships if the system is a multi-use system (i.e., security, EMCS, etc.; see items (1) and (2) below). B. Indicate circuit requirements. C. Indicate equipment selection in such categories as: Government-furnished equipment; standard manufacturer or commercially available items; and special equipment requiring developmental, research; or breadboard methods to meet the requirements. D. Describe site or location considerations. E. Identify required radio path and propagation.

F. Define antenna requirements such as types, separation, tower heights, aircraft clearance, and area requirements. G. Describe antenna transmission lines, terminations, and switchings. H. Identify azimuth coverage of radar installations. I. J. Describe bonding and grounding requirements. Describe communication and control cables and radio links.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE K. Identify test equipment, repair shop, and spare parts storage requirements.

L. Describe equipment, instrumentation, arrangement, and space requirements indicating requirements for racks, consoles, and individual mountings. Provide the most economical design in first cost, operation and maintenance costs, and operating conditions conforming to best engineering concepts. M. Identify wiring and cabling requirements plus terminations. N. Identify power and lighting requirements, including emergency or standby requirements. O. Describe air conditioning, including humidity and dust-control requirements. P. Identify interference and clearance requirements.

Q. State security requirements (including tempest and red/black criteria). (1) Security/Entry Control System Specific site physical security requirements are to be obtained from the Claimant/User, various Navy, DOD and other Security Criteria. The objective is to identify early in the concept analysis those physical security requirements resulting from local unique environment, conditions, operations, and mission of the facility so they can be fully and properly incorporated into the facility design. Refer to MILHDBK-1013/1 and DM 13.02 for further guidance. Identify separately from the other project elements the requirements for Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS). Any of the following items and their interconnecting circuits may be considered part of an IDS: Annunciation Panels and Cabinets Visual and Audible Annunciators Magnetic Switches Proximity (capacitance) Sensors Volumetric Sensors (passive infrared, microwave, and ultrasonic) Wire Grids Vibration Detectors Power Supplies Integral to Items on this list Closed Circuit Television Cameras and Monitors, and Video Recorders used for Intrusion Detection purposes Access Control Systems 4-35

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE IDS installation can be divided into five general functional categories: (a) Navy MCON funded projects (b) Nuclear ordnance storage sites (c) Conventional arms, ammunition, and explosives storage sites (A&E) (d) Marine Corps funded projects (e) All other special projects and non-MCON funded projects

Planning, design and installation of IDS categories (a), (b), and (c) are the responsibility of the Naval Investigative Service Command (COMNISCOM). A&E shall coordinate IDS power requirements and conduit runs for IDS categories (a), (b), and (c) with the appropriate contacts within COMNISCOM. Category (e) projects are planned and designed by the A&E utilizing commercial systems for installation by the construction contractor. Identify areas requiring IDS and types of systems and sensors proposed. For category (d) projects, consult PM for guidance to determine if IDS will be A&E designed. Describe access control equipment (versus IDS) when required and outline location, function, and area of control and clearly show where access control and IDS are integral to one another. (2) Energy Monitoring and Control Systems (EMCS) (a) Military installations where an EMCS is in existence or proposed, new construction projects shall meet the following requirements. Table 4.8.2.1 identifies installations where EMCS requirements are applicable. If applicable, contact the PM to obtain the A&E Guide for EMCS interfacing, which further describes sizes and types of systems. 1. Provide sensor and control points terminated in a Data Terminal Cabinet (DTC) for future interface with EMCS. 2. Provide backboard for future Field Interface Device (FID) or Multiplexer (MUX).

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 3. Locate DTC and FID/MUX in an environmentally protected area away from extremes in temperature and humidity.

4. Provide two telephone pairs from telephone backboard to FID/MUX backboard. 5. Provide a communications interface compatible with the EMCS on projects which utilize a Direct Digital Control (DDC) system.

Table 4.8.2.1 EMCS PROTECTS IN LANTNAVFACENGCOM: CURRENT STATUS STATIONS DESCRIPTOR STATUS C

Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, NC Base/NAVAVNDEPOT Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune Jacksonville, NC

Base Increment I Base Increment II Hospital Base Base Hospital Limited

C C C C C C **

Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Virginia Beach, VA Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, VA Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, VA Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown, VA

LEGEND C UC ** Completed Under Construction

At present an IBM System 7 is leased at the station and only operates 3 months/year (demand limiting). No expansion anticipated.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS 4.8.3 A. Describe the demolition of any existing Instrumentation and Control System (I&CS) to be removed. Identify any equipment to be salvaged. Identify any equipment to be relocated or reused. B. Describe the overall process to be controlled, and the overall control philosophy. Indicate the control system inputs from the process, and the control system outputs to the process. Describe the process sensors and signals; and describe the control system signals and actuating devices. Describe the control algorithms to be implemented. Provide a general sequence of operations. Indicate a typical functional diagram for control of the major processes; similar to a Scientific Apparatus Makers Association (SAMA) diagram or a function blockware diagram. C. Describe the control equipment signal processing scheme, i.e., electric analog or digital; single processor or distributed processors; programmable logic controller based; personal computer based; single loop controller based; multi-loop controller based; or mini-computer based. Indicate the expected update frequency for critical, typical, and noncritical data points in the system. Indicate the expected endto-end control accuracys. D. Describe the hard wired control logic scheme; provide a typical ladder logic diagram to illustrate the method to be used on the contract drawings. E. Describe the control program programming scheme; ladder diagram logic (preferred), function block logic (acceptable). Provide a typical diagram to illustrate the method to be used on the contract drawings. F. Describe the control program development system input/output and storage device(s); describe the control program development tools to be provided, both hardware and software. G. Describe the operators control station/panels, and provide a general plan and panel layout. H. Describe the communications scheme to be implemented throughout the system and between the I&CS and other related systems within the project.

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4/17/93 SECTION 5. 5.1

LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE DRAWINGS/SKETCHES

ARRANGEMENT AND PRESENTATION OF DRAWINGS Drawings should be arranged in the following order: Title Sheet and Index (can be included with plot and vicinity plan sheet and should not be used on projects requiring ten or less sheets) Vicinity Map/Location Plan Civil Demolition, Layout, Grading and Storm Drainage, Water and Sanitary Boring Logs Landscaping Architectural Structural Fire Protection (if included as separate sheets) Plumbing Mechanical (heating, ventilation, exterior steam and gas distribution) Solar (if included) Electrical (including electrical site plan)

Drawings should be consistent in presentation and format. If our discipline shows written notes and material directly on phases, sections and details, then other disciplines shall conform to that presentation format, and not use numbers to refer to a numerical legend elsewhere on the drawing. 5.2 SIZES OF DRAWINGS/SKETCHES LANTNAVFACENGCOM uses the following size drawings: Letter-Size 8-1/2 x 11: Use for letter-size sketches and PEDs. Include 1/2 border on all four sides (3/4 border is required at bound edge). 24 x 36: Use D size in all cases unless specifically directed otherwise by the PM. Use for PEP sketches and reduce to 8 1/2 x 11 for PEP document. 28 x 40: No longer used unless specifically authorized by the PM.

D Size

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Figure 5.2.1 depicts drawing and title block requirements.

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Unless otherwise instructed, completed sets of working drawings will be in pencil or ink on tracing cloth or polyester drafting film with a minimum base thickness of .004 inch matted both sides. The A&E must furnish his own tracing cloth/drafting film. Use of Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) to produce final working drawings is acceptable and is encouraged. 5.4 ORIENTATION

The orientation of NAVFAC drawings should be arranged with North toward the top (or left edge, if better suited) of the plotted sheet and normal to the sheet borderline. On individual sheets, if the shape of the area dictates, North can be oriented between these directions to accommodate the site. For example, on drawings having excessive longitudinal but limited lateral dimensions, such as those for roads and railroads, North can be oriented obliquely to make the best use of available space. All discipline drawings should be consistent in orientation in so far as practicable. It is customary for a building plan to be oriented with the main entrance toward the bottom or right edge of the sheet, depending upon the building shape. It is customary for a building plan to also be oriented in the same orientation as the site plan. 5.5 LETTERING AND SHADING

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command uses the 35mm filming system file for retention of construction drawings. This office is using half-size bidders drawings. The quality of these reduced prints is a direct result of the drafting efforts of the A&E preparing the drawings. The finest cameras and most carefully controlled processing cannot produce good results unless the original drawing is of a high quality. Unnecessary detail--poor spacing--careless lettering--weak lines, and lettering which is crowded and too small result in illegible films for full-scale and half-scale reproductions. Information and reinforcing details, contained in poached areas will not reproduce; therefore, poaching is not acceptable. The minimum size lettering on all project drawings shall be 5/32 high (1/8 high or Leroy Guide L120 for computer aided drafting). Where CADD is being used, Leroy Guide L100 lettering may be used for existing topographical features only. Make minimum gap between lines equal to one-half the letter height. Lettering and line weight must be in accordance with the above.

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SCALES

Located directly under the title of each plan, elevation, section, detail, etc., shall be an indication of the scale of the object drawn. (Example: Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"). Closely related groups of details having identical scales and tied together with a common title may receive a single indication of scale under their title. In addition to the conventional scales, and directly to the left of the title block, shall be a series of graphic scales which shall include every scale used on the sheet. Scales shall be placed in sequence according to size with the smallest uppermost. It is not sufficient to place all scales on one master sheet; each sheet must be treated independently as many drawings are reduced in size and not always in even-scaled proportions. For these reasons it is imperative that graphic scales be shown. Do not use architectural scales on site plans. 5.8 TITLE BLOCKS

The choice of the correct title block is based upon three basic considerations: (1) size of the sheets used; (2) the type of organization preparing the drawings; and (3) the name of the Naval activity that will approve the completed drawings. Working drawings will be prepared on D size sheets and the correct size title block is indicated in Figure 5.2.1.

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The Procurement Instrument Identification Number System (PIIN System) consists of 13 alphanumeric characters. An example of the PIIN number is N62470-84-B-4001. Applying the appropriate procedural derivation, the specification number is 05-84-4001. The construction contract PIIN number and associated specification number are assigned when 35% review submission is returned to the A&E; EFD and NAVFAC drawing numbers are assigned and forwarded to the A&E upon review and return of the 100% design submittal. 5.10 MATERIAL SYMBOLS ON DRAWINGS

Unless indicated otherwise in this document, material symbols shown on drawings shall be consistent with those used in the most recent issue Architectural Graphic Standards. 5.11 DUAL LANGUAGE DRAWINGS

For dual language projects, provide adequate space below each note, title, symbol, etc. for the foreign language translation. The final drawing shall not appear cluttered or congested. 5.12 RELATION OF DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS

Drawings and specifications shall supplement each other and must not conflict. Terminology used in specifications and drawings should be the same. If the terminology used in the drawings shall vary and revision of the drawings is not practicable, the specifications must reconcile such differences in a manner similar to the following: Hollow tile (also indicated as clay tile and terra cotta tile), etc. 5.13 COMMON DISCREPANCIES IN NOMENCLATURE

There are many phrases and statements placed on drawings which are considered satisfactory in professional architectural and engineering practice but are not acceptable in the preparation of drawings for the Navy. The following is a list of such items found repeatedly on drawings submitted by A&Es. After each discrepancy or group of related discrepancies there is the preferred designation.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE A. INCORRECT: As instructed by the Architect. CORRECT: As instructed by the Contracting Officer.

NOTE: Contract drawings should be so clearly detailed as to preclude the use of this statement except in most unusual circumstances. B. INCORRECT: By others. By the Navy. By the Naval Facilities Engineering Command. CORRECT: By the Government.

C. INCORRECT: By Electrical Contractor. By Plumbing Contractor. By the Plumber. By the Elevator Contractor. EXPLANATION: Usually no statement is necessary. The Government recognizes only the prime contractor; the breakdown into trades is not in accordance with Government practice. In the event work is shown on the drawings which is not included in the scope of the contract, use the following: CORRECT: Not in contract or By Government.

D. INCORRECT: 12 GA zinc-coated steel flashing. Copper flashing. CORRECT: Metal flashing (Metals are referred to only as metal and not as a particular kind of gauge. Kind and weight are covered in the specifications. This does not apply where it is necessary to match existing metals.)

E. INCORRECT: Formica. CORRECT: Plastic Laminate (Proprietary names are not permitted.)

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE F. INCORRECT: See Arch. Sheets CORRECT: See Sheet A-4 (Refer to a specific sheet number.)

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BORING LOG PRESENTATION

Figure 5.14.1 represents a typical drawing developed to present boring logs (includes groundwater observations), soil conditions, and testing accomplished during design. This information in the format shown shall be included on the contract drawings for all projects on which soil information is obtained. The boring logs and/or test data presented shall be accompanied by notes to adequately explain all elements of logs and/or test data. Required notes shall also include reference to drawings showing plotted boring locations if they are not shown on a boring location plan on the boring log drawings. 5.15 METRIC DIMENSIONING

For Iceland, all continental Europe, Africa and Mediterranean Area projects; Provide all plan layouts in metric dimensioning. English dimensioning will be utilized wherever products to be procured are anticipated to be manufactured in English units (i.e., 2' x 2' suspended acoustical ceiling tiles). Design calculations shall be in the same units as are the drawings. The detailed cost estimate shall also be in the same units as the drawings and in the local currency, as appropriate. Specifications shall have the dimensioning dependent on the source of the material (i.e., concrete pipe is a local product to be primarily dimensioned in metric, whereas mechanical and electrical items may be purchased in the U. S. and thus will be primarily dimensioned in English). The key is use what is appropriate in the Host Nation. When metric dimensioning is used, it should be based on actual building products of that country. European standards shall be utilized in lieu of strict metric dimensioning (i.e., 300 mm pipe for 12 pipe, in lieu of 304.8 mm, shall be used. Do not use eight inch masonry coursing and then translate those dimensions to metric units; course a building out in metric materials). For all NATO Projects: For Type B Cost Estimates all units of measure shall be metric (with dual U. S. units, if desired). This applies to both the drawings and the explanatory report. For final design documents units of measure shall be whatever is standard for the Host Nation.

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4/17/93 SECTION 6. 6.1

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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PREPARATION OF PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS

The project specifications form a part of the contract documents. Format and general instructions for the preparation of project specifications are included in MIL-HDBK-1006/1, Policy and Procedures for Project Drawing and Specification Preparation (previously NAVFAC DM-6). Specifications are required to be in SPECSINTACT System format, based on NAVFAC guide specifications, and edited and supplemented to suit the particular project. Scan all computer disks submitted for viruses using a commercial virus scanning program. The specifications shall be as brief as possible, definite, and free of ambiguities and omissions, which might result in controversies and contractor claims for additional compensation. 6.2 GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS

Guide specifications of NAVFAC NFGS Series shall be utilized in the preparation of project specifications. These specifications are available on the CD-ROM as described herein. Any hard copy required by the A&E may be printed therefrom. Hard copy may also be obtained from Standardization Documents Order Desk, Building 4D, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5094. Example specifications (e.g., color design) will be furnished by the Specifications Branch, if applicable. The A&E shall carefully edit, modify, and supplement these sections and prepare additional sections in the same format to ensure they are coordinated with the project design. The latest guides, the NFGS series, should be considered as standards for format where they differ from earlier guides. For further (latest) information on preparation of specifications, see Instructions to A&Es and Typists, which is available from the Specifications Branch. NAVFAC Guide Specifications in the SPECSINTACT System are available through the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) in accordance with the following: Compact Disc, Read Only Memory (CD-ROM) laser disc (holds equivalent of 250,000 pages of information) CD-ROM Reader Information on obtaining subscriptions to the Construction Criteria Base (CCB) containing SPECSINTACT may be obtained from the following: 6-1

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCES ATTN CCB 1090 VERMONT AVE NW SUITE 700 WASHINGTON DC 20005 Telephone: 202-289-7800

NOTE: It is imperative that the A&E discuss SPECSINTACT features with the Specifications Branch Head prior to beginning any specification preparation so that an agreement can be reached regarding the proper version of the CD-ROM to use for a specific project. This will minimize or eliminate rework of specifications following a reissuance of the CD-ROM. 6.3 REFERENCES

Military Bulletin 34 (MIL-BUL-34) (previously NAVFAC P-34) lists all current Federal and Military Specifications and industry and technical society specifications commonly used in Navy construction and repair work and which are referenced in NAVFAC guide specifications. MIL-BUL-34 resides on the CD-ROM. It is also available from Standardization Documents Order Desk, Building 4D, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5094. It is essential that the A&E become thoroughly familiar with existing design criteria and publications which are referenced in the guide specifications before they are referenced in the project specifications. Before actually referencing one of these specifications, the following points should be resolved: A. Does the amount of material and the nature of the project justify referencing the publications and testing required therein (particularly for materials on which such tests are not common)? B. Do the referenced publications cover material of a quality and type suitable for the service required? In referencing publications, the following rules should be followed: A. Do not copy portions of publications in the project specifications, except where applicable portions are short in length and remainder of the publications does not apply to the specific project. In this case, do not list or reference the publication in the project specification.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE B. Avoid reference to specific paragraphs in the publication unless the paragraphs referenced are the only portions of the publication that are applicable to the specific project. C. Avoid repeated references to a publication within the same section

D. Read carefully all Notes on the Use of the Publication. E. Specify types, classes, weights, and similar applicable characteristics required to ensure accurate description. 6.4 SPECIFYING NEW MATERIALS

From time to time requests are made to consider the use of materials which are comparatively new. The fact that a material is new should not necessarily bar its use, provided it has been thoroughly investigated. Neither should previous use place a material in an approved category. Usually, service records of new materials do not exist. It is necessary, therefore, to base judgments upon laboratory tests. Such tests, in order to be accepted as authoritative, should be made by impartial qualified laboratories. Tests conducted by laboratories employed by manufacturers do not always show possible defects in the material tested. Unless a material is tested under the conditions of actual use, or comparisons are made under like conditions, the results are not conclusive. Most reputable manufacturers will furnish readily all requested information and answer all reasonable questions. Unless the manufacturer of a new material furnishes factual data sufficient to evaluate the material, it should not be considered for use. If a material is considered for use, a suggested competitive-type specification should be obtained from the manufacturer. Such a specification must be analyzed and revised as necessary to assure that a competitive, good-quality product will be obtained. 6.5 SPECIFYING FOREIGN MATERIALS

For overseas projects the Buy American Act does not apply. Therefore, specifications shall be written to reflect the use of local materials, standards and codes. U. S. Standards shall not be used unless they are a recognized standard which is used in the local area or if the use of U. S. Materials is required. Use of SPECSINTACT is optional. A&E may use specifications from previous projects which have been localized but must, if used, be updated to current standards and technology and shall incorporate Interim Specification Revisions (ISR). A submittal register shall be provided.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 6.6 PROPRIETARY AND RESTRICTIVE REQUIREMENTS A. Proprietary Specifications. The restrictions below are contained in the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and certain statutes. From time to time a situation arises in which only a single product will perform the required function. In such cases, the A&E should forward a request to the LANTNAVFACENGCOM PM fully justifying use of the sole source product. Proprietary or restrictive requirements shall not be used unless it is conclusively established that no substitute will serve the purpose. Timely submittal of the request is required to avoid delays in the work. If such authorization is granted, the item should be specified by manufacturers name and catalog number, followed by notwithstanding any other provision of this contract, no other product will be acceptable or language of similar import. This is necessitated by the Contract Clauses which permit substitution of any supposedly equal product unless such language is used. Use of proprietary items is prohibited unless formal written approval is obtained. B. Or Equal Specifications. Specifying items by naming acceptable commercial products followed by the words or equal is permitted under the following conditions: (a) there are no Government Guide specifications for the item, (b) the item is a minor part of the construction project, and (c) the item cannot adequately be described because of technically involved construction or composition. In each instance a minimum of three manufacturers shall be included in the description followed by the words or equal. The essential features (salient characteristics) of the item must also be set forth in sufficient detail to establish the basis upon which the equality of nonlisted products will be determined. C. Experience clauses shall not ordinarily be included in the technical specifications. Experience clauses which occur in NAVFAC guide specifications have been reviewed and approved by a Level I Contracting Officer and may be used without further approval or waiver. 6.7 PRE-QUALIFICATION STATEMENTS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

Projects utilizing conventional construction methods and materials can not be restricted with respect to bidders, building systems, or materials. Occasionally a project is unique in nature or has special circumstances which dictate use of unconventional methods. For these projects the A&E shall identify and document to the PM the need and basis of need for unique construction or state-of-the-art procurements. Documentation shall include a description of the unique features, the reasons for their uniqueness, and a description of the prequalification and experience requirements necessary to adequately construct these features. Documentation should be forwarded to the PM as soon as possible in the design process.

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The following instructions which relate to common errors in phrasing have evolved from NAVFAC experience with A&E specifications: A. Under Requirements do not say the work consists of. Drawings should show scope. If necessary to list certain parts, say the work includes. B. In lieu of reference to the accompanying drawings or the Contracting Officer, use the words as shown, "as indicated", as detailed or as approved, as directed, as permitted, do not use as shown on drawings or as approved by the Contracting Officer. That clause of the Contract Clauses, entitled, Specifications and Drawings for Construction, defines the meaning of these and similar terms. C. Do not use the expression to satisfaction of the Contracting Officer or satisfactory to the Contracting Officer. The contract states specifically that all work must meet the approval of the Contracting Officer. D. There are two parties to the contract, (1) the Government, represented by the Contracting Officer and (2) the Contractor. Therefore, do not use such expressions as subject to the approval of the architect, when in the opinion of the architect, this contractor, "masonry contractor", or subcontractor. Do not use the term owner; rather, use the term Government. E. purposes. Do not use etc.; the term is too indefinite for bidding and inspection

F. The use of the expression as indicated on the drawings is very seldom necessary; the fact that a detail is on the drawings makes it unnecessary to mention it in the specification. If the expression is used, and the item is not shown, the contractor is not required to provide it. G. Do not use expressions such as The work required shall include, unless stated specifically otherwise, the provision of all materials for the installation of all concrete, including reinforcement necessary to the construction and completion of the work in accordance with the drawings, the specifications, and the intent thereof. Since the drawings indicate clearly the exact limitations of the several classes of work, defining the limits of work within the specifications is superfluous and may be contradictory by failure to mention something shown clearly and intended to be included.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE H. Minimize the use of cross references and in no case use paragraph numbers for this purpose. If necessary to refer to a particular paragraph, do so by its title and the section number and title under which it is to be found. Cross references of the following type are totally unnecessary: Painting of the wood work is covered under Painting or painting is specified hereinafter.

I. Do not place upon the contractor the responsibility for the possible inaccuracy of, or the lack of, information on the part of the Government; e.g., never use sentences similar to although the drawings indicate approximately the conditions that are likely to be found, bidders should satisfy themselves as to the actual conditions, for while they are believed to be shown, the Government does not guarantee the accuracy of the information given and the bidder shall assume all responsibility in the use of such. Remember that the Government is responsible for the accuracy and sufficiency of the information it gives to bidders or contractors and the A&E is in turn responsible to the Government for that same information. It will be necessary to establish in the project specification a definite basis of bid. For example, on a roof rehabilitation project where the extent of defective construction is unknown, the specification shall set forth, as a basis of bid, a definite amount of work to be performed and provide for adjustment in accordance with the Contract Clauses if the extent of work varies from the amount stated under the basis of bid. J. Do not include warranties in technical sections unless they are for more than one year, and generally not unless they are included in the NAVFAC guide specification. A one year warranty is covered in the Contract Clauses. K. Do not set up a paragraph in the various sections entitled Work not Included. Specify the work that is included under the respective sections. L. Specifications should clearly delineate equipment, ducts and piping systems which are required to be insulated. The phrase insulating all ducts except in conditioned spaces has resulted in differences of opinion and claim situations; also all duct systems should be appropriately designated as supply, exhaust, fresh air intake, or return to further clarify insulating requirements. 6.9 MISUSE OF WORDS

A. Do not confuse any and all; e.g., Correct any defects should read Correct all defects. B. Do not confuse either or both; e.g., Paint sheet metal on either side should read Paint sheet metal on both sides. Either implies a choice.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE C. Do not confuse or and and; e.g., It shall be free from defects of workmanship and material which would impair its strength or durability. The use of or for and or and for or in this sentence would result in a meaning not intended. D. Do not use and/or. The courts have considered this phrase to be intentionally ambiguous and, therefore, to be interpreted in favor of the Contractor. E. Use statements which are definite and do not contain words and phrases which may be ambiguous. Examples: Remove the equipment from the building during the alterations and reinstall the equipment after completion of the alterations. Do not say Remove and replace the equipment as indicated. Replace can mean put back or reinstall. Remove the existing culverts and reinstall the culverts in the new locations. Do not say Replace the existing culverts as indicated on the drawings. Remove existing and provide electrical wiring. Do not say: Replace the electrical wiring as this implies reinstallation of the old wiring. F. Provide is defined in the Contract Clauses as furnish and install. When material or equipment is furnished by the Government directly or under other contracts for installation by the contractor, the term, install should be used; however, the contractor may be required to provide foundations, fastenings, etc., for the installation. If the word install is used alone, the bidder or contractor has a right to assume, on the basis of the definition cited, that the Government will furnish the materials in question. G. Certain terms and designations of work phases, rooms and areas commonly used in Naval activities should not be used in construction specifications, for example: Bulkhead (for wall), deck (for any floor), ladder (for stair), head (for toilet), galley (for kitchen), overhead (for ceiling), etc. H. Provide statements of direction, opposed to statements of information; e.g., wall shall be painted should read paint the wall. "To be ...". "shall be ...", "will be ..." does not affix responsibility. 6.10 USE OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS

In general, abbreviations should be avoided except those which are generally understood and accepted and can be used economically: e.g., psig, cfm, kw. (The use of ft., in., lbs., %, do not offer great savings).

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4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE The use of symbols is undesirable for three basic reasons: (1) most are difficult to produce on a typewriter; (2) they frequently have more than one meaning; (3) the typist may not know what is intended and therefore type an improper symbol. Feet ('), inch ("), degree (), pound and number (#), should be written out, except that number may be abbreviated (No.). In the text it is preferable to spell figures except where they give dimensions, for example: Ten buildings, 100 feet long; however, one and zero, where used singly shall always be spelled out. Never use both the written and numerical figure, ten (10). 6.11 STANDARD PLATES, SKETCHES, AND DETAILS

Except as provided in Section 5 for sketches in amendments, plates, sketches, and details shall be provided on the drawings and not in the specifications. 6.12 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES

A. 35% SUBMITTAL (OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS). Before starting work on project specifications, the A&E personnel who prepare the project specification shall confer as necessary with the LANTNAVFACENGCOM Specifications Branch to ensure a clear understanding of current Government requirements. All A&Es starting their first project for LANTNAVFACENGCOM shall confer with the Engineering and Design Division and particularly the Specifications Branch before starting any work. The Specifications Branch will provide A&Es with a document titled Instructions to A&Es and Typists, and this document should be thoroughly studied prior to beginning preparation of specifications. After the preliminary architectural and engineering studies have been completed and the basic features of the proposed design have been established, but before any detailed preparation of project specifications is begun, an outline specification shall be submitted as a part of the 35% submittal. The outline specification should list each anticipated section of the project specification along with appropriate statements applicable to each section. The outline specification should state all basic construction items and specific types of materials, and should be complete enough to enable LANTNAVFACENGCOM to ascertain that the proper guide specifications are being used and to provide appropriate guidance to the A&E. Where the specification writer is editing documents within the computer, the use of hard CODY is optional and the document to be furnished for review or final bond manuscript may be developed entirely from the specification processor. In any event, the Guide Specification to be used must be approved at the 35% stage. The outline specifications should describe any special conditions of service and site conditions inherent in the project. The following sample outline specification illustrates the type of information desired:

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Division 1 - General Requirements Section 01010 01011 01300 01400 01560 01730 General Paragraphs Additional General Paragraphs Submittals Quality Control Environmental Protection Operation and Maintenance Data

Division 2 - Site Work Section 02050 Demolition and Removal: Remove existing partitions, doors, plumbing fixtures and lighting fixtures as indicated. General Excavation, Filling, and Back Filling: Excavating, back filling, and compacting for buildings and utilities. Grading for grass areas. Soil Treatment for Subterranean Termite Control: Treatment for building. Exterior Water Distribution System: Buried water piping service to building 5-foot line. Exterior Above Ground Steam Distribution System: Above ground piping, buried preinsulated piping, and manholes. Exterior Buried Pumped Condensate Return System: Buried preinsulated piping and manholes. Exterior Sanitary Sewer System: Sanitary gravity sewer service to buildings 5-foot line. Turf: Seeding fertilizing all newly graded finish earth surfaces and other areas disturbed by site operations.

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Section 03300 Cast-in-Place Concrete: Spread footings, slab on grade, walks, and equipment pads. Division 4 - Masonry Section 04200 Unit Masonry: Face brick and concrete masonry unit (CMU) cavity walls, CMU partitions. Division 5 - Metals Section 05310 Steel Decks: Medium Rib, shop primed, for new addition. 05500 Metal Fabrications: Miscellaneous anchors, fasteners, lintels, railings, and pipe sleeves. Division 6 - Wood and Plastics Section 06101 Carpentry: Nailers and blocking at roof, vanities and counter tops, cabinets for coffee mess. Division 7 - Thermal and Moisture Protection Section 07160 Bituminous Damp Proofing: Cold-applied, for cavity face of interior wythe of cavity walls. Roof Insulation: Polyisocyanurate or composite polyurethane, C = 0.03, mechanically fastened to metal deck. Masonry Wall Insulation: Polyisocyanurate, polyurethane, or polystyrene, R value not less than 5.

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Steel Doors and Frames: Grade III, Extra Heavy Duty, throughout. Hot-dip galvanized for exterior doors.

08520 Aluminum Windows: Double-hung, thermal break, clear anodized or white enamel finish. 08710 Finish Hardware: Bored locks, push-pull toilet room doors, stainless steel finish except hinges may be chromium plated. 08800 Glazing: Insulating glass units for windows, wire glass for doors. Division 9 - Finishes Section 09100 09250 Metal Support Systems: Steel stud partitions and suspended ceilings. Gypsum Board: Regular, 1/2 inch, for partitions and ceilings where indicated. Resilient Tile Flooring: Vinyl composition tile, 1/8 inch thick. Carpet: Nylon loop pile, direct glue down without cushion. Painting : New surfaces and existing painted surfaces which are damaged during performance of the work. Flat latex in offices, semigloss enamel in corridors.

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Division 10 - Specialties Section 10162 Toilet Partitions: Metal, overhead braced, baked enamel finish. 10800 Toilet Accessories: Stainless steel tissue, soap, and towel dispensers, glass mirrors with stainless steel frames. 6-11

4/17/93 Division 11 - Equipment This Division is not used. Division 12 - Furnishings Section 12510 Blinds, Venetian : One-inch slats, for windows. Division 13 - Special Construction (Describe applicable requirements) Division 14 - Conveying System (Describe applicable requirements) Division 15 - Mechanical Section 15011 15250

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Mechanical General Requirements: Insulation for Mechanical Systems: Fiberglass duct insulation, fiberglass, polyurethane, or polyisocyanurate pipe insulation. Plumbing: DMV piping, domestic water piping, flush valve water closets, and counter top lavatories. Heating, Ventilating, and Cooling Systems: Roof top air conditioning unit with steam heating coil and direct expansion cooling coil, galvanized steel ductwork.

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Division 16 - Electrical Section 16011 Electrical General Requirements:

16301 Underground Electrical Work: Plastic duct, concrete encased; manholes and handholes; high-voltage cable.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Low-Voltage Switchgear and Secondary Unit Substations: Interior Wiring Systems: Copper conductors in rigid steel conduit, except where electric metallic tubing is permitted; panel boards. Pad Mounted Transformers: Pad mounted transformers and metering. Interior Lighting: Fluorescent fixtures, two lamp and four lamp, surface mounted; high pressure sodium fixtures; emergency lighting. Exterior Lighting: High pressure sodium fixtures; low pressure sodium fixtures; fiberglass, concrete, steel, aluminum and wood poles.

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NOTE: When a 35% submittal is not required, the A&E must advise the Specifications Branch Head of which documents (normally forwarded to the A&E when 35% submittal is returned) are needed. B. 100% SUBMITTAL (COMPLETE SPECIFICATIONS. Specifications for the 100% submission shall be to the best of the A&Es knowledge, complete, with all elements thoroughly checked and coordinated with the drawings and with sufficient detailed information to permit accurate bidding and construction of the project. Particular emphasis shall be placed on coordination of the various elements of the specification where portions are prepared under subcontract to the A&E contract. Specifications shall be prepared using the SPECSINTACT System software. Do not translate to another software. For the 100% submittal of the specification, NAVFACENGCOM guide specifications shall be edited and photographic copies submitted for review. This may be accomplished by editing in the computer and making copies of the printout, or by editing hard copies of guide specifications and making copies of the edited versions. Additional specifications not covered by NAVFACENGCOM guide specifications shall be typed in SPECSINTACT format and submitted for review. All specifications shall be bound in one single volume. At present, except for Iceland, all contracts are administered under a formal quality control system. Under this system the contractors quality control manager approves all shop drawings except those specifically designated by the project specifications for approval by the Contracting Officer.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Shop drawings for the systems, equipment, and materials listed in Section 8 shall ALWAYS be designated for Contracting Officer approval. The specific systems, equipment, and materials must be listed in the technical sections of the specifications. The standard 16 Division Construction Specifications Institute format shall be used on all projects. On small projects or projects of a special nature using only a few divisions, the listing of non-applicable divisions may be omitted.

Control Diagrams - Provide a written sequence of operation for each mechanical and electrical control system stating explicitly how systems are to function. Give all pertinent data regarding safety, alarms, indicators, and control parameters. The sequence of operations may be shown on the control diagrams in lieu of in the specification. C. FINAL SUBMITTAL. Following the review of the prefinal submittal, comments and corrections to be included in the final submittal will be furnished to the A&E by LANTNAVFACENGCOM. The final submittal to LANTNAVFACENGCOM shall consist of one complete specification manuscript on bond paper, single spaced, and typed on one side only, and two bound photographic copies. Do not bind the bond manuscript but do bind the conies. In addition, provide one copy of project submittal register and test requirements report and provide floppy disks containing the SPECSINTACT version of the entire specification sections, as well as submittals processing, reference processing, and related operations. PROTECT SUBMITTAL REGISTER: Provide the submittal register, which is a list of all submittals required for the project, using the SPECSINTACT system. TEST REQUIREMENTS REPORT: Provide the test requirements report, which is a list of all testing required for the project, using the SPECSINTACT system. 6.13 BID ITEMS

In order to ensure an award being made within available funds, additive bid items will be established by the A&E in conjunction with the PM and the station; however, additive bid items are not required whenever the project cost estimate is clearly within the funds available.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE In composing bid items, the base bid must provide a usable facility. Work increments for additive bid items should be selected which can logically be separated from the project without rendering the facility unusable. It is intended that the base bid with all additive bid items will provide the maximum usable facility for the funds available. Additive bid items shall be arranged so that the most essential portion of the work is added first. Succeeding items will be cumulative for purposes of determining if the project is within the available funds; however, to provide latitude in selection, each additive bid item shall be independent of others, where practicable. The number of bid items and the estimated additive amounts per item will depend upon the nature of the project. Where feasible and practicable, there will normally be not more than three bid items. Each estimated additive increment should tend to approximate 5% to 10% of the estimated base bid. There shall be no more than four additive items without specific approval of the Commander of the Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Bid items shall not be indicated on the drawings or referenced anywhere in the Specifications without prior approval of LANTNAVFACENGCOM Specifications Branch. Do not use the term alternate to represent additive bid items. Deductive bid items are not permitted. 6.14 FEDERAL AND MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS

The importance of obtaining the necessary Federal and Military Specifications cannot be over-emphasized, particularly when the A&E has shop drawing approval responsibility. Federal and Military Specifications that are referenced in MIL-BUL-34 are included in the Construction Criteria Base (CCB) available through the National Institute of Building Sciences. These and other Federal and Military Specifications may be ordered from: STANDARDIZATION DOCUMENTS ORDER DESK BLDG 4D, 700 ROBBINS AVE PHILADELPHIA PA 19111-5094 6.15 INTERIM SPECIFICATION REVISIONS (ISR)

LANTNAVFACENGCOM maintains a system known as interim specification revisions (ISR). This document carries changes needed in an NFGS until such changes can be incorporated into the guide specification. These changes must be incorporated into projects. It is mandatory that this document be obtained from the Specifications Branch and used in the development of project specifications.

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4/17/93 SECTION 7. 7.1

LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE COST ESTIMATES

GENERAL

A detailed cost estimate is required with each submittal. All estimates shall be prepared in the Cost Engineering System (CES) format whether manually or computer prepared. Scan all computer disks submitted for viruses using a commercial virus scanning program. The estimate detail for each submittal shall be consistent with the level of design required for that submittal. Accurate quantity take-off, inclusion of all appropriate CES systems, and accurate unit prices for the projects geographic location are fundamental to the development of a good cost estimate. The A&Es objective is to develop a final estimate that will be within 10% () of the lowest responsible bid. This requires responsible pricing, experienced judgment and an accurate assessment of the market conditions. When this objective is not met, it is necessary for bid evaluation that the A&E submit a comparison of cost between the low bid and the final A&E estimate. Reasons for major differences, sorted by specification division, must be stated with a recommendation to award or reject. This bid analysis must be received within one week after notification that it is required and is to be provided at no additional cost to the Government. Properly prepared cost estimates provide a check of plans and specifications for constructability, coordination conflicts, discrepancies, omissions and cost control. They are used by the Government to establish/verify budgets (verification of contract bid prices) and to develop historical data for future budget estimating. Prior to fee negotiations for ALL PROJECTS, the A&E shall contact the Cost Engineering Branch, telephone 804-444-9907, to discuss cost estimating requirements. Criteria for geographic location, multi-buildings process, MCON, O&MN, may be discussed. MIL-HDBK-1010 illustrates basic CES estimating. Final Government estimates are to be marked by the A&E with For Official Use Only. Access to or disclosure of information within the estimate is limited to those personnel whose official duties require knowledge of the estimate. 7.2 PROTECT DESIGN ESTIMATES

The estimate at each submittal is expected to reflect the A&Es best information and experience. Expected bid opening date shall be established by the LANTNAVFACENGCOM PM. Pricing must reflect all requirements of the contract plans and specifications. The individual preparing the estimate should verify that all 7-1

4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE specification requirements are priced with particular attention to Division One and the wage rates. Size, material quality, and type of item shall be part of the description to enable unit cost verification without constant reference to drawings and specifications. 7.2.1 35% DESIGN

Preliminary Estimate Based on Materials Take-Off. The estimate for this submittal shall reflect cost based on reasonably accurate take-off of materials/systems consistent with the level of design. For those elements of the project where the status of design does not permit a reasonably accurate take-off of quantities or firm pricing of individual items of work, systems unit prices may be used. Lump sum costs are not acceptable. Use of empirical costs shall be minimized. The estimate may be submitted two weeks (maximum) after the submittal of drawings to ensure an estimate based on as submitted drawings and specifications. Separate estimates will be prepared for each new non-identical building, structure, or addition costing over $50,000 contract cost. Costs of alteration work to existing buildings will not be included with the building addition costs. When one construction contract contains more than one type of work (i.e., new construction, repair, equipment installation, etc.), the estimate shall be structured such that each type of work is identified separately. In addition to a master summary sheet, each type of work requires a separate summary sheet. Costs from these separate summary sheets must be directly transferable to the master summary sheet. Beginning with the 35% estimate, a separate line item must be included for Contract Quality Control (CQC) projects. CQC is a contractor responsibility inspection system added to most projects that exceed $2,000,000 in construction cost. Unless directed otherwise, allow 3% of the construction cost for CQC. CQC is not used on dredging projects or in Iceland. Thirty-Five Percent Estimates Should Monitor the Estimated Construction Cost During Design. The 35% estimate may be either in manual (use standard CES Systems) or CES format. The 35% estimate, through adjustments, should monitor the estimated construction cost until the prefinal estimate is prepared. It is very important that if the estimate indicates that the design exceeds the allocated funds, the PM be contacted for instructions. 7.2.2 100% DESIGN

The 100% estimate shall be prepared from the 35% submittal documents. The estimate may be submitted up to two weeks after the 100% submittal. A narrative 7-2

LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 description of each system shall be provided in the estimate. This narrative and the System Cost are related in subsequent CES historical files. Quotations must be obtained for all items of substantial quantity or cost. Price sources shall be in the form of written quotations or may be taken by telephone and included with the estimate. In either case provide the company name, person contacted and date of quote. Costs in an estimate are considered to be a reasonable price that a contractor would be expected to pay. Estimates which do not conform to these format and information requirements will be returned for revision. The A&E must compare the estimate with the authorized scope of work and authorized funds. Separate systems within an estimate must be prepared for each bid item identified in the specifications, including unit costs for piling, and shall be submitted in the proper format. For all projects over $500,000, and for all new buildings or additions over $100,000, a CES estimate is required. Unique projects not readily adaptable to CES may be discussed with Cost Engineering Branch. For negotiated construction contracts, see paragraph 7.3. Hard copies of estimates will be required for each submittal. The CES program, data base and Users Guide are included on the Construction Criteria Base (CCB) compact disc. Call the Cost Engineering Branch, telephone 804-444-9768, if the CCB is not available. Include the following reports (menu selections) with each submittal. A. Input listing (sorted) B. Summary - Yes (choose No for summary %)

C. Mark-up D. Modifier E. Detailed Estimate with Systems Sort

F. Spec Section Summary Contact should be made with the PM prior to the 100% submission to reconfirm programmed construction costs for the contract. Where A&E estimate exceeds programmed construction costs, recommendations for cost reduction or proposed bid items must be provided with the prefinal submission. The estimate may be submitted not more than two weeks after drawing submittal to ensure an estimate based on as submitted drawings and specifications.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Minimum computer equipment necessary for running estimates is: A. Hardware (1) Microcomputer (IBM 286 processor or better recommended) (2) 640 K RAM memory (3) Standard microcomputer printer (laser printer suggested) (4) Hard disk (8 megabytes minimum) B. Minimum Software Requirements (1) MS-PC DOS Version 3.3 (or greater) (2) The file CONFIG.SYS in the root directory with the following lines

included: FILE = 31 BUFFERS = 30 These are the minimum values required to run CES. (3) System time and date must be accurate. 7.2.3 FINAL

The final estimate submittals shall include the complete estimate on floppy disk, the same as the 100% except for correction/inclusion of 100% comments. The estimate may be submitted up to two weeks following the final documents submittal to ensure coordination. 7.3 ESTIMATES FOR NEGOTIATED CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS

In addition to requirements established for competitively bid construction contracts, estimates for negotiated construction contracts shall: A. Use a computer run CES estimate including the Detailed Estimate (CSI Sort) report unless estimated construction cost is less than $50,000. Ensure the negotiated estimate choice is Yes.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE B. Final estimate must accurately reflect the final plans and specifications. Negotiation will require a comparison of the contractors estimate and the A&E estimate. Field overhead must be itemized as System 001. Where conflicts exist, the A&E may be required to provide prompt validation of items in question. C. Should conflicts between plans and specifications occur, the A&E will promptly clarify intent and prepare a draft as negotiated amendment; 7.4 ESTIMATES FOR PROTECTS LOCATED OUTSIDE CONUS

In addition to the provisions set forth above, reduction of the foreign exchange costs (FEC) requires special attention. The project shall be designed to utilize material which will reduce the FEC in all areas not in conflict with local construction methods or country-to-country agreements. Estimates prepared for work outside the CONUS will be based on prices prevailing in the area in which work is to be performed. Unusual conditions peculiar to the project under design shall be considered. The blanket use of geographical factors will not be permitted. Back-up estimates for overseas areas may be prepared in local currency or in U. S. dollars depending on the country (contact the Cost Engineering Branch, telephone 804-444-9907). A second summary sheet in dollars must be shown and used as a cover sheet. When estimates are prepared in a foreign currency, two summary sheets shall be used in the back-up estimate. The foreign exchange rate used shall be indicated on the cost summary. This rate will vary from year-to-year and differ between MCON and Non-Appropriated Fund Projects. Contact the Cost Engineering Branch for the correct rate. Quantity take-off may be in metric or English units, however, one summary sheet must be in English units. In overseas countries where labor and material escalation is allowed and compensated during construction, the estimate escalation must be prepared in the following manner: When construction contractor pricing will be based upon local bid prices at the time of bidding without any consideration of escalation: the designer of record will escalate to the 1/3 point of construction. The assumed bid date shall be established by the PM; escalate from that point to the 1/3 point of construction. The estimate summary shall indicate date escalated to and % escalation. United States material purchases and shipping to overseas projects should be escalated using U. S. escalation/rates and bid date formula.

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4/17/93 SECTION 8. 8.1 8.1.1

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CONSULTATION DURING CONSTRUCTION GENERAL

The A&E shall provide consultation services during the construction period as well as the design period. Such consultation may or may not be reimbursable as follows: A. Non-Reimbursable Consultation: Under paragraph 3(g) of Section 01011, General Paragraphs, of the A&E Contract, the A&E shall promptly furnish consultation services without additional compensation. Such consultation typically occurs in the form of a Request for Information (RFI) from the ROICC. Typically, RFIs include providing clarification of the intent of the drawings and specifications in response to questions which routinely arise during the course of construction and may result in preparation of amplifying drawings, specifications, amendments, change orders and cost estimates to correct errors, omissions, inconsistencies between drawings and specifications, conflicts in dimensions, lack of detail or poor design quality in the drawings and specifications. Amplifying drawings, specifications, amendments, change orders and cost estimates shall be prepared in accordance with the provisions and standards set forth in this A&E Guide. In such cases, the A&E shall assure through discussions with the ROICC the timing required for preparation of such documents to minimize delay to the construction. It is expected that the A&E will provide a response to an RFI not later than 3 working days after notification. Where the response to an RFI requires additional time, the A&E shall notify the ROICC as to the expected date of response. B. Reimbursable Consultation: In addition to non-reimbursable consultation, reimbursable A&E services may be required for specialized consultation with LANTNAVFACENGCOM and ROICC personnel either at the site of construction or in the A&Es office regarding matters of a nature not included under General Paragraphs of the A&E Contract. Such consultation includes: (1) Consultation regarding unforeseen problems or questions during construction. (2) Consultation on critical items during construction, including, but not limited to:

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (a) Assisting the ROICC in final field checkout of basic mechanical and electrical systems. (b) Witnessing final acceptance tests for HVAC systems.

(c) Witnessing and certifying construction contractor compliance with field test procedures for specialized mechanical, electrical and electronic systems designed for the project. Such services shall be performed by registered professional engineers and include the A&Es certification of compliance by the construction contractor with all specified test procedures, a critique of the data obtained and the stated or implied results of the tests performed. (3) The preparation of all changes or additions to the drawings or specifications, amendments, change orders and cost estimates resulting from a change in scope, unforeseen conditions, or other modifications. Such drawings, specifications, amendments, change orders and cost estimates shall be prepared in accordance with the provisions and standards set forth in this A&E Guide. In such cases, the A&E shall assure through discussions with the ROICC the timing required for preparation of such documents to minimize delay to the construction. (4) Evaluation of construction contractor proposed exceptions or variations to the requirements of the contract documents (beyond the scope of routine shop drawing submittal deviations). (5) Evaluation of construction contractor Value Engineering Change Proposals. 8.1.2 BASIS OF PAYMENT FOR REIMBURSABLE CONSULTATION

Payment for reimbursable consultation services, whether performed in the A&Es office or at the construction site, will be made on a cost per manday (8 hour) basis. The number and cost of reimbursable consultation mandays required both at the site and in the A&Es office will be discussed during fee negotiations, and the A&E Contract will stipulate a lump sum price for consultation reflecting these negotiations. This lump sum price is contingent upon the scale, type and complexity of construction as well as the amount of funds available. It should be noted that although the lump sum contracted price for consultation reflects the anticipated amount of consultation required, no minimum amount is guaranteed. Payment for consultation services will be made on an as requested basis.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE To establish the A&Es cost per manday for office and site consultation services and to facilitate contract modifications for changes to the amount of A&E consultation required, the A&E shall submit with his fee proposal the following unit prices for negotiation: 4/17/93 A. Labor cost per day per person (average cost per person (RA or PE), including overhead and profit, for 8 hours). B. Labor cost per person associated with travel time (round trip) from the A&E office to the site. C. Travel cost per day (e.g., car operating costs or car rental) at the site. D. Travel cost per trip in addition to above (e.g., plane fare) to the site. E. F. 8.1.3 Lodging cost per night per person at the site. Per diem per day per person (e.g., meals) at the site.

CHANGES TO NEGOTIATED/CONTRACTED REIMBURSABLE CONSULTATION

If, during the course of the A&E contract, the Government wishes to change the number of contracted A&E reimbursable consultation mandays, an adjustment in contract price will be made in accordance with the negotiated unit pricing requested above and a contract modification will be issued. 8.1.4 REQUESTS FOR CONSULTATION

Requests for A&E consultation during construction will be sent directly from the ROICC. In most cases, the A&E will initially receive such requests by telephone and, depending upon the circumstances, a follow-up letter. In the initial contract, the ROICC and A&E shall establish the reasons for the consultation request, determine whether the A&Es consultation effort is reimbursable and, if so, an agreed upon price and schedule to perform the consultation services using the contract unit prices for office and site consultation, the ROICC shall issue a firm fixed price order for the required services keeping within the lump sum contracted price.

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4/17/93 CONSULTATION REPORTS 8.1.5 8.1.5.1 GENERAL

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At the completion of each site consultation visit but prior to leaving the job site, the A&E shall submit to the ROICC a brief handwritten report of the services rendered and send one copy to the PM. Within 5 working days following the completion of each office consultation request, the A&E shall submit two copies of a final typed report to the ROICC and one copy to the PM. Each report shall include as a minimum: A. A cover letter indicating the A&E and Construction Contracts involved, the telephone conversation or letter requesting the site or office consultation, the order number of the consultation, and the A&E representatives who performed the services with their titles. B. A description of the services rendered.

C. Persons contacted and those in attendance during the consultation. Include their telephone numbers. D. Problems encountered. E. 8.1.5.2 Recommended solutions or proposed milestones for resolution.

EVALUATION OF CONTRACTOR PROPOSED EXCEPTIONS OR VARIATIONS TO THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

In addition to the general requirements, consultation reports on A&E evaluation of construction contractor proposed exceptions or variations to the contract documents shall address: A. Whether the proposed substitution is of equal, better, or lesser quality than the design requirements. B. If of lesser quality, the difference in value.

C. If of equal or better quality, the advantages to the Government in accepting the substitution at no change in contract price. 8.1.5.3 EVALUATION OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR VALUE ENGINEERING CHANGE PROPOSALS (VECPs)

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 the operational, functional and aesthetic quality of the facility. Note that a construction contractor VECP differs from a construction contractor proposed variation or exception to the contract documents in that a VECP must maintain at least the same level of quality as in the original design while a proposed variation or exception could lower the quality of construction. Under the VECP program, the contractor and Government share in the savings resulting from acceptable proposals while a full credit (deduct) in the construction contract price is taken for approved variations or exceptions which are of lesser quality than the original design. In addition to the general requirements, consultation reports on A&E evaluation of VECPs shall include: A. The advantages and disadvantages of the VECP. B. Economic analysis and justification for recommending approval or rejection of the VECP. In order to avoid tacit delays to construction, Government processing time for VECPs is held to 21 calendar days from the date the ROICC receives the VECP package from the contractor. Accordingly, the A&E shall complete and forward consultation reports on VECPs to the ROICC and PM within 5 working days from the time of receipt. When the VECP is of the nature that the response requires additional time, the A&E shall notify the ROICC as to the expected date of responses. In addition, the A&E shall also forward one copy of the VECP consultation report to LANTNAVFACENGCOM Code 04B. 8.2 8.2.1 DESIGN FIELD SUPPORT GENERAL

Unless Supervision and Inspection Services are negotiated and contracted as a Contract Phase, the A&E has no field construction responsibilities. The ROICC is responsible for field administration and the Governments quality assurance program relative to the construction contractors quality control program. However, to assist the ROICC in this endeavor, the A&E shall at the Governments option, provide Design Field Support. Design Field Support consists of periodic site visits by teams of A&E personnel to observe and report on particular phases of construction or problems, ascertain the progress of construction and to assist the ROICC in quality assurance measures. The purpose of the team visits is to ascertain whether work-in-place satisfactorily meets the intent of the design and to keep the A&E aware of the status and quality of construction. As a general rule, design field support is required for critical design elements or phases of the construction work. 8-5

4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE The number of visits and A&E team composition is based on the size, complexity, qualifications of ROICC personnel at the site and location of the project. The request for a site visit and the preferred A&E team composition will be determined by the ROICC. Only the design disciplines directly involved with that particular critical design element should make site visits. Visits will be coordinated and scheduled by the ROICC to allow the A&E and Government to get maximum benefit from each trip. 8.2.2 NUMBER OF SITE VISITS

The number of site visits and stage of construction shall be addressed in the A&E Contract Appendix A. For purposes of establishing a level of effort for negotiation for Design Field Support, the A&E shall submit proposed costs for performing this work based on the following assumed site visits by the indicated A&E personnel (break down and show all associated travel expenses): A. Pre-Construction Conference (1 day) (A&E attendance required only for highly complex or high visibility projects): The A&Es Project Manager shall attend the preconstruction conference for the purpose of consultation on matters relating to the project and to become acquainted with problems which the ROICC and/or the construction contractor anticipate during construction. The A&Es Project Manager shall be prepared to answer construction contractor questions regarding the drawings and specifications. The atmosphere and tone of the conference shall be such that team building is promoted between the ROICC, A&E and contractor. The A&E shall submit to the ROICC, within 5 calendar days following the conference, 2 copies of written documentation of answers to all questions/problems not resolved during the preconstruction conference. Submit one copy of such documentation to the PM. B. 25% Construction Progress Review (1 day): Team normally to consist of Structural Engineer and one other technical discipline. C. 50% Construction Progress Review (1 day): Team normally to consist of Architect, roofing specialist and one other technical discipline. D. 75% Construction Progress Review (1 day): Team normally to consist of Architect, Mechanical Engineer (HVAC), Electrical Engineer and one other technical discipline. 1. Facility Review (1 day): Coincident with the above, a representative of the LANTNAVFACENGCOM Construction Division may attend and note would be taken of the state of the quality of the construction. LANTNAVFACENGCOM would prepare a report for the ROICCs use with input from the A&Es representatives.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE E. 100% Construction Completion Review (1 day): Team normally to consist of Architect, Mechanical Engineer (HVAC), Electrical Engineer and one other technical discipline.

F. Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) (1 day field time at site, 1 day office time): Team normally consists of Architect, Mechanical Engineer and Electrical Engineer. This site visit will be conducted with a representative from LANTNAVFACENGCOM, ROICC and Public Works, and will include consultation with the users. It would generally be held about 10 months after occupancy. The A&E or the ROICC may propose an alternate number of visits or alternate or additional personnel team members from those listed above for negotiation where warranted by the type, complexity, scale, or location of the construction. The ROICC will approve or disapprove any proposed variation in the negotiated frequency or makeup of team visits. 8.2.3 A&E TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR DESIGN FIELD SUPPORT

A&E participants in the construction progress reviews shall be alert to and document the presence of perceived deficiencies in the construction work and shall note potential coordination problems which may be avoidable. The construction progress review teams shall not conduct tests of equipment or systems and shall not disturb the work performed by the construction contractor in any manner that might cause the construction contractor to have to perform additional work. The A&E shall provide construction contract drawings and specifications for team participants to use during the construction progress reviews. At the conclusion of each team review, which shall take no more than six hours, the A&E shall informally advise the ROICC of any observed deficiencies in construction or coordination problems. A handwritten report of all observed deficiencies and potential coordination problems shall be prepared at the site immediately following the team reviews and given to the ROICC. One additional copy of each report shall be forwarded to the PM. The handwritten report shall identify the construction contract, the A&E firm and Government participants in the team review and their specific disciplines. Each observed construction deficiency shall be addressed separately in the report by citing the specific construction contract requirement (specification paragraph or drawing detail) which pertains to the observed deficiency and stating specifically how the observed construction differs from that required in the construction contract documents or from that intended by the designer. The A&E shall also comment on the advisability of corrective measures to be taken in such instances. The A&E shall also comment on observed coordination problems such as, for example, where installation of mechanical work and either structural work or architectural

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4/17/93 LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE features may encounter problems due to improper layout or poor usage of available space within a ceiling cavity or utility corridor. In addition, although the A&E is not responsible contractually for construction safety, serious life safety hazards observed shall be included in the report. The post occupancy inspection report will include lessons learned in providing a quality facility that meets the users expectations as well as identifying warranty related problems and latent defects and potential maintenance problems. Navy criteria deficiencies shall also be noted..

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SHOP DRAWINGS/SUBMITTAL REVIEW

At the Governments option, checking of shop drawings/submittals and other data submitted by the construction contractor is an A&Es responsibility. The A&E shall provide and use the shop drawing approval stamp shown in Figure 8.1 to process shop drawing submittals. NOTE: Shop drawings/submittals shall include all submittal descriptions (SD) as listed in Section 01300, Submittals of the construction contract specifications. Generally, all CONUS projects utilize formal quality control procedures. Under these procedures, the contractors quality control manager approves for construction all shop drawings and submittals except those specifically designated in the project specification for approval by the Contracting Officer. Accurate, timely review of ALL submittals including operation and maintenance data packages, is an A&Es responsibility. The sub-section entitled "Shop Drawing Review Procedures outlines the procedure for handling submittals on all projects, including both those where the contractors quality control manager is the approving authority and those where the Government (LANTNAVFACENGCOM or A&E firm) is the approving authority. From the A&E view point there is no difference in the review of submittals whether the approving authority is the Government or the contractors quality control manager. Since the contractors quality control manager is approving the majority of the submittals for construction, then distributing approved copies to the A&E and others, these items must be reviewed promptly. It is the A&Es responsibility to immediately advise the ROICC of problems/discrepancies encountered in contractor approved submittals.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE CONTRACTORS QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER IS APPROVING AUTHORITY

8.3.1.1 STATESIDE CONTRACTS - Submittals shall be submitted and distributed in accordance with the flow charts on the next 4 pages: Submittal Flow Chart #1 Submittal Flow chart #1-0 (OMSI requirements apply) Submittal Flow Chart #2 Submittal Flow Chart #2-0 (OMSI requirements apply)

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The construction contractor for the referenced project has been instructed to forward to your office for review all shop drawings, manufacturers data, certifications and samples, except those designated for LANTNAVFACENGCOMs approval, as follows: TRANSMITTAL SUBMITTAL SAMPLES FORM 7 **Three sets for OMSI Manuals. A. Acceptable submittals requiring no revisions by the reviewer. If the submittal complies with the contract requirements, it should be noted on the transmittal form that the contractors approval appears to be appropriate. The submittal should not be stamped and action code RA should be placed in the appropriate block on the transmittal form. The reviewers section of the transmittal form shall be completed and both transmittal form and submittals distributed as follows: TRANSMITTAL FORM SUBMITTAL SAMPLES Contractor ROICC LANTNAVFACENGCOM (Code 05) A&E **Three sets for OMSI Manuals. 0 2 1 1 0 2 1 4** 7** As Specified

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Unacceptable submittals. If the submittal does not comply with the B. contract requirements and cannot be made to comply with the contract requirements by minor revisions and the contractor has not proposed and supported a variation, the reviewers section of one transmittal form should be completed with reasons for recommending disapproval and the unstamped submittal and transmittal forms distributed as follows: TRANSMITTAL SUBMITTAL SAMPLES FORM Contractor ROICC LANTNAVFACENGCOM (Code 05) A&E 3 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 * 0 1 0

*Additional quantities returned to contractor. After review, LANTNAVFACENGCOM (Code 05) will make distribution of submittal material to the contractor, ROICC and A&E. C. Proposed variations from the contract requirements. If the contractor proposed a variation from the contract requirements, it must be supported by the following information: (1) Reason for the proposed substitution. (2) If material or equipment is unavailable, document efforts made to procure. (3) Complete technical data on the proposed substitution, sufficient to determine acceptability. (4) Acknowledge that all changes caused by the proposed substitution will be the responsibility of the contractor and at no additional cost to the Government. (5) Proposed change, if any, in the contract price and/or time. These submittals shall be reviewed, but not stamped. The A&E comments/recommendations and reviewer action shall be noted on two copies of the transmittal form and forwarded with the remaining unendorsed transmittal forms, the unstamped submittals and A&E cost estimate to this Command with the following distribution: 8-15

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE ENDORSED UNENDORSED TRANSMITTAL TRANSMITTAL FORM SUBMITTALSAMPLES FORM 0 Contractor 0 ROICC LANTNAVFACENGCOM 1 ( Code 05) 1 A&E *Quantities specified **Three sets for OMSI Manuals. 0 0 Orig & 2 0 0 0 3 4** 0 0 * 0

Upon completion of review by LANTNAVFACENGCOM, the submittal will be stamped, dated and signed. The unendorsed contractors transmittal forms will be endorsed by LANTNAVFACENGCOM and distribution made to the contractor, ROICC and A&E. 8.3.2 RESERVATION OF REVIEW AND APPROVAL BY THE GOVERNMENT OF CONTRACTOR SUBMITTALS ON CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS

Due to the complexity of certain design features of projects, the critical nature of certain life safety features of design, and the necessity to maintain complete control of construction of certain project features within the Government, it is deemed necessary to maintain review of certain project submittals by the Government (by LANTNAVFACENGCOM or by A&E, except where reserved for LANTNAVFACENGCOM only). Fire protection, fire alarm, and intercommunications systems submittals and submittals for testing and balancing HVAC systems are always to be reviewed and approved by LANTNAVFACENGCOM. In addition, determinations of piling lengths and capacities and certain other piling approvals must always remain with the Government. For projects estimated to cost over $25,000, the procedures specified herein shall apply. Special notations must be made at each item in the project specification to signify that Government review and approval are required for the item. The convention used to do this is placement of the letter G at the end of the item listing in the Submittals paragraph of each specification section. Tokenizing of this letter G (\*G*\) will automate the feature of the G appearing in the appropriate column in the

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 Submittal Register. The contractors Quality Control Manager will be the reviewing and approving official on projects if this procedure is not followed. See "Instructions to A&Es and Typists for further instructions on Submittal Register and the G convention. The list of systems, equipment and materials in this paragraph shall always be checked/approved by the designer of record. The specification writer may add to the list where deemed sufficiently critical or complex or aesthetically significant to merit approval by the Government. The provisions in the previous paragraph must be followed to insure that the listings for these submittals carry the proper annotations. The lists are as follows: A. ARCHITECTURAL (1) Section 02950 - Trees, Plants, and Ground Covers Nursery Certificates: Plant materials Certificates of Compliance: Plant materials, fertilizer (2) Section 04200 - Unit Masonry Design Data: Pre-mixed mortar mix design Catalog Data: Accessories, flashing Factory Test Reports: Efflorescence test Sample: Face brick, colored mortar (3) Division 7 - Thermal and Moisture Protection Catalog Data: Roofing, flashing, insulation, roofing shingles; colors and finishes of sheet metal items (4) Division 8 - Doors and Windows Shop Drawings: Doors, Windows, Glass Schedule: Finish hardware schedule (5) Division 9 - Finishes Samples: Colors, textures, and patterns for all interior and exterior finishes (6) Section 10440 - Signs Samples: Style, size, shape, colors, construction Drawings: Layouts and details of signs

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Section 11400 - Food Service (7) Catalog Data: Food service equipment Drawings: Equipment layout, utilities, custom fabricated equipment Test Reports: Food service equipment (8) Section 11702 - Medical Equipment Catalog Data: Medical equipment Drawings: Equipment layout, utilities Certificates of Compliance: Medical equipment (9) Section 12333 - Wardrobes Review all submittals (10) Section 12337 - Casework, Metal and Wood Catalog Data: Casework Drawings: Wall and base cabinets, countertops Samples: Colors, finishes Certificates of compliance: Cabinets (11) Section 12391- Residential Kitchen and Vanity Cabinets Catalog Data: Cabinets, countertops, hardware Drawings: Layout, details, dimensions Samples: Cabinet finishes, countertop finishes Certificates of Compliance: Cabinets, countertops (12) Section 12711 - Theater Seating Drawings: Theater seats, seating layout Samples: Upholstery material, theater seats (13) Section 14200 - Electric Elevators Section 14214 - Hydraulic Elevators Catalog Data: Cars, doors, frames, accessories Drawings: Layout, cars, doors, frames Sample: Elevator car flooring B. STRUCTURAL (1) Division 2 - Steel Sheet Piling and Prestressed Concrete Sheet Piling Shop Drawings and Calculations (2) Section 02720 - Storm Drainage System Shop Drawings for Precast manholes, including Calculations 8-18

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (c) Headers for openings where additional structural work required. (d) Reinforcing, including prestressing steel details. (e) Minimum concrete compressive strengths at initial prestress and 28 day, and the initial prestress to be applied. (10) Section 04200 - Unit Masonry Shop Drawings: (a) Wall reinforcing (b) Bond beams (c) Lintels (11) Section 05120 - Structural Steel Shop Drawings (12) Section 05400 - Cold-Forming Metal Framing (a) Shop Drawings and Manufacturers Literature. (b) Design Calculations as necessary to indicate compliance with load bearing requirements. (13) Section 05500 - Metal Fabrication Shop Drawings: Trench covers and frames, steel stairs, floor gratings and frames. (14) Section 06100 - Rough Carpentry Shop Drawings: Structural glued laminated fabricated wood trusses and other fabricated structural members. (15) Section 06500 - Fiberglass Grating Manufacturers Data Shop Drawings (16) Section 08372 - Steel Sliding hangar Doors Design Drawings and Calculations Shop Drawings Operating Drawing and Instruction (17) Section 08315 - Blast Doors Shop Drawing and Manufacturers Data Calculations Demonstrating Design Compliance

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (18) Section 09875 - Conductive and Spark Resistant Concrete Floor Finish Manufacturers Literature and Data Manufacturers Instruction (19) Section 13121 - Pre-Engineered Metal Building Erection Instructions and Diagrams: (a) Anchor bolt layout and sizes (b) Structural connections (c) Roofing and siding connections (d) All details and instructions necessary for completion assembly (e) Shop drawings as necessary to supplement the instruction and drawings if required for the proper erection and installation of building components. (f) Design calculations (20) Section 13209 - Water Storage Tanks Shop Drawings (21) Section 14200 - Electrical Passenger/Freight Elevators

In seismic Zone 3 or greater, details of equipment foundations, restraints, attachment of rail to the structure and details of earthquake protection. Provide calculations certified by a licensed structural engineer. (22) Other Division 14 Review all submittals for cranes, monorails, and hoists. (23) Section 16301 - Underground Electrical Work Shop Drawings/Manufacturers Data for precast manhole and handholes - calculations and shop drawings. C. MECHANICAL (1) Boilers and warm air furnaces greater than 50,000 Btu/hr., including controls and auxiliaries. (2) Air and gas compressors greater than 25 SCFM and greater than 250 psig.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (3) Air pollution control devices (including electrostatic precipitators, bag-houses, mechanical collectors, scrubbers and demisters). (4) Chillers and refrigerator compressors greater than 15 tons. (5) Cooling towers, evaporative condensers, and radiators greater than 15 tons. (6) Air conditioning and condensing units greater than 15 tons. (7) Heat pumps greater than 5 tons. (8) High-efficiency filters and filter boxes. (9) Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) control systems. (10) Terminal devices which modulate to control space conditions (Variable Air Volume (VAV) boxes, term air blender units, induction units, and fan-coil units). (11) Heat exchangers greater than 100,000 Btu/hr. (12) Air ducts for systems with pressures of 3 inch wg or greater. (13) Air handling units and unit heaters greater than 2,000 SCFM. (14) Fans for heating and ventilating units with motors 3 hp and greater. (15) Pumps with motors 3 hp and greater. (16) POL and Aviation fueling system components and controls. (17) Plug, ball, trunnion mounted butterfly, and double block and bleed valves on Petroleum Oil and Lubricant (POL) systems. (18) Buried factory preinsulated steam and condensate piping and contractor system design drawings (pipe, insulation, conduit, and system design layout only). (19) Specialized or unusually complicated equipment. 8-22

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (20) Testing/Adjusting/Balancing; Heating/Ventilating/Cooling System. (21) Fire protection systems. (22) Plumbing fixtures, faucets, tub/shower supply faucets, and flushometers. D. ELECTRICAL (1) Section 16216 - Diesel Engine-Generator Set Review all submittals (2) Section 16262 - Automatic Transfer Switches Review all submittals (3) Section 16301 - Underground Electrical Work Review submittals for high voltage cable, terminators, and splice kits, and for precast manholes and handholes. (4) Section 16304 - 480V Pier Power Outlet Assemblies Review all submittals (5) Section 16305 - 400-Hertz Low-Voltage Substation Review all submittals (6) Section 16306 - 400-Hertz Solid State Frequency Converter Review all submittals (7) Section 16312 - Low Voltage Switchgear and Secondary Unit Substations Review all submittals (8) Section 16313 - Medium-Voltage Switchgear and Primary Unit Substations Review all submittals (9) Section 16370 - Overhead Electrical Work Review submittals for transformers, cut-outs, arresters, and pole top switches (10) Section 16402 - Interior Wiring Systems Review submittals for receptacles, circuit breakers, transformers, panel boards, motor control centers, and field tests. 8-23

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (11) Section 16462 - Pad Mounted Transformers (75 KVA to 500 KVA) Review all submittals (12) Section 16492 - Motor-Generator Sets, 400 Hertz Review all submittals (13) Section 16510 - Interior Lighting Review all submittals (14) Section 16530 - Exterior Lighting Review all submittals (15) Section 16560 - Airfield Lighting Review all submittals for control panels (16) Section 16641- Cathodic Protection by Galvanic Anodes Review all submittals (17) Section 16642 - Cathodic Protection by Impressed Current Review all submittals (18) Section 16643 - Cathodic Protection System (Steel Water Tanks) Review all submittals (19) Section 16650 - Radio Frequency Interference Power Line Filters Review all submittals (20) Section 16670 - Lighting Protection System Review all submittals (21) Section 16721 - Exterior Fire Alarm System Review all submittals (22) Section 16722 - Interior Fire Alarm System Review all submittals (23) Section 16723 - Fire Alarm System, Radio Type Review all submittals (24) Section 16726 - Basic Intrusion Detection Systems Review all submittals *

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (25) Section 16727 - Commercial Intrusion Detection Systems Review all submittals (26) Section 16751- Nurse Call Station Review all submittals (27) Section 16760 - Intercommunication System Review all submittals (28) Section 16782 - Master Television Antenna System Review all submittals (29) Radio Frequency Shielded Enclosures Review all submittals (30) Energy Monitoring and Control Systems Review all submittals

These items to be reviewed by LANTNAVFACENGCOM (regardless of whether in-house or A&E design). E. CIVIL (1) Water, Sewage, and Industrial Waste Treatment and Pumping Equipment F. GEOTECHNICAL AND PAVING (1) Piling (2) Airfield Projects - All Paving Materials 8.3.3 GOVERNMENT IS APPROVING AUTHORITY

The construction contractor for the project has been instructed to forward to your office for review all shop drawings, manufacturers data, certifications and samples, except those designated for LANTNAVFACENGCOMs approval, as follows: TRANSMITTAL FORM SUBMITTAL SAMPLES 9 *Quantities specified **Three sets for OMSI Manuals. 8-25 9** *

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE The procedure for handling these submittals is as follows:

A. Acceptable Submittals - If the submittal complies with the contract requirements, it shall be stamped APPROVED, dated and legibly signed by an authorized person. If minor revisions were made by the contractor in order to make the submittal comply with the requirements, it shall be stamped APPROVED, dated and signed. If minor revisions are made by the A&E in order to make the submittal comply with the contract requirements, it shall be stamped APPROVED-AS-NOTED, dated and signed. The revisions must be identically marked on all copies of the submittal. Each revision must be initialed by the person making the revision. The reviewers section of the transmittal form, including the endorsement returning the submittals to the contractor, shall be completed, and both transmittal form and submittals distributed as follows: TRANSMITTAL SUBMITTAL SAMPLES FORM Contractor ROICC LANTNAVFACENGCOM (Code 05) A&E 2 2 0 1 3 2 0 4** * 1 0 0

*Additional quantities returned to contractor **Three sets for OMSI Manuals. B. Unacceptable Submittals - If the submittal does not comply with the contract requirements and cannot be made to comply by minor revisions and the contractor has not proposed and supported a deviation from the contract requirements, the submittal shall be stamped DISAPPROVED, dated and signed. The reviewers section of the transmittal form shall be completed and both transmittal forms and submittals distributed as follows: TRANSMITTAL FORM SUBMITTAL SAMPLES Contractor ROICC LANTNAVFACENGCOM (Code 05) A&E 3 0 1 1 4 0 1 1 ALL 0 0 0

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE C. Proposed deviations from the contract requirements - If the contractor proposes a deviation from the contract requirements, it must be supported by the following information: 4/17/93 (1) Reason for the proposed substitution. (2) If material or equipment is unavailable, document efforts made to procure. (3) Complete technical data on the proposed substitution, sufficient to determine acceptability. (4) Acknowledge that all changes caused by the proposed substitution will be the responsibility of the contractor and at no additional cost to the Government. (5) Proposed change, if any, in the contract price and/or time. These submittals shall be reviewed but not stamped. The A&E comments/recommendations and reviewer action shall be noted on one copy of the transmittal forms, the unstamped submittals and A&E cost estimate and forwarded to the ROICC. Refer to Submittal Flow Chart #2. Upon completion of review by LANTNAVFACENGCOM, the submittal will be stamped, dated and signed, and distribution made to the contractor, ROICC, and A&E. 8.3.4 MISCELLANEOUS SUBMITTAL REVIEW ASPECTS

A. When a submittal must be revised by the A&E due to such reasons as changed Government requirements or correction of design deficiency, it must be forwarded to this Command (Code 05) with an explanation for the new requirements and the estimated change in contract price for the contractor to comply with the new requirements. B. Only certifications which state that the item submitted complies with the contract requirements are acceptable. A statement that the item submitted is equal to or better than the specified item will not suffice. C. When a submittal cannot be reviewed within two weeks, the ROICC must be advised of the estimated date of review completion. D. The contractor has also been requested to submit three copies of his submittal register to your office. It is requested that you review this register to assure that all submittals required by the contract specifications have been included. If the 8-27

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At the Governments option, the A&E may be responsible for the preparation of as-built drawings. When this option is exercised, the A&E will be provided a marked copy of project drawings indicating all changes made during construction and the project tracings. The tracings shall be corrected in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1006/1, Drawings and Specifications, to reflect the actual construction. Optional methods of construction not used should be crossed out and marked "NOT BUILT". No change need be made to portions of drawings marked "NOT IN CONTRACT (NIC)". 8.5 8.5.1 INTERIOR DESIGN (OPTION) GENERAL

This section discusses requirements for post construction award interior design preparation for procurement of furniture and furnishings. The furnishings phase of the interior design program deals with the design, selection, arrangement and color coordination of the furniture. These furnishings are generally included in A&E contracts for military construction (MCON) funded projects and certain other selected types of projects which have high personnel density or public traffic. Generally its preparation will not begin until approximately one year prior to construction completion. The A&Es efforts (design reviews, meetings, etc.) will be coordinated by LANTNAVFACENGCOMs Collateral Equipment Branch (telephone 804-444-9696). 8.5.2 SCOPE The scope of work for interior design preparation is: A. Selection of furniture, furnishings and accessories including but not limited to sofas, chairs, tables, screens, planters, art work, carpets, draperies, etc. Most items are available on and should, if possible, be selected from GSA contracts.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE B. For items not available on GSA contract, the A&E will prepare adequate specifications and other data, such as written justifications giving reasons why items specified were not on GSA contracts, necessary for procurement actions. 4/17/93 C. The A&E shall select and coordinate all colors, fabrics, etc., with the colors of the building finishes. Although building finishes are selected during design, the A&E shall verify actual contractor applied finishes through field verification and/or coordination with the ROICC staff. D. Presentation boards of a minimum size of 15 x 20 inches shall be prepared. These boards are to include furniture placement plan, catalog cut-outs of furniture, furnishings and accessories, color samples, material swatches of draperies, carpets and fabrics. E. A minimum of five interior design 8-1/2 x 11 inch binders/packages shall be prepared and delivered to the Collateral Equipment Branch. These brochures shall include but at A&E discretion are not limited to: (1) Floor plans indicating locations of all furniture, furnishings and accessories. These items should be identified with an item number that keys to the presentation boards and the furniture procurement list. (2) Procurement lists identifying all items to be purchased by stock number (Federal Supply items), contract number (GSA contracts), identification number and description (open purchase items), quantity, price, etc. Care shall be taken in the selection of all items to ensure that delivery times are reasonably within the construction completion time of the project, and GSA contracts will not be expired at the time of purchase. (3) Photographic color reproductions or color copies of the presentation boards reduced to fit 8-1/2 x 11 inch brochure size. (4) Purchase specifications, drawings and other supporting data for open purchase and special order items, e.g., draperies, custom-built screens or dividers, art work, etc. F. Advisory service as required to make changes resulting from changes in requirements, nonavailability of items or materials previously selected, etc. G. Room placement sheets should be provided for each room/area, listing each item of furniture or equipment that will go into the area.

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A. Facilities should have functional interiors, reasonably pleasant in appearance and conducive to the purpose for which they were constructed. Lavish design, gold plated in any respect or even having the appearance of being wasteful of Government funds, should be avoided. In furniture and furnishings, items which are not to be used include oriental and decorator rugs, period furniture reproductions

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE 4/17/93 (Williamsburg, French Provincial, Early American, etc.) figurines or objects dart, free standing decorator items such as large world globes, leather covered furniture, and original paintings or numbered prints, especially if signed by the artist, ornate chandeliers and elaborate window coverings. B. Criteria for furniture selection shall include function, anthropometric considerations, maintenance, durability, comfort and cost. Careful consideration shall be given to coordination of building and furniture finishes and colors, also shelving, storage and other similar tall or high density equipment should conform to fire regulations regarding overhead clearances, density, etc. C. Furniture selections should be made, to the greatest extent possible from items available on General Service Administration (GSA) contracts. Selection of substitutions for items on contract must be supported by detailed information and documentation. This justification must accompany any waivers submitted to the GSA requesting procurement for non-standard items. D. Provide detailed working drawings and specifications for the procurement, fabrication and installation of custom furniture, etc., from commercial sources. E. Technical equipment, linens (except draperies and bedspreads), housekeeping items and other equipment shall not be included in the procurement package. 8.6 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE SUPPORT INFORMATION (OMSI) (OPTION)

At the Governments option, preparation of OMSI manuals is an A&E responsibility. OMSI manuals are developed during construction of a facility to provide the Activity with the following: Clear, comprehensive data needed to safely and efficiently operate and maintain the actual products and systems built into a facility. The principal OMSI elements which may be included in the manuals are:

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Overall system configuration and operation System flow diagrams Start-up, normal operation and shut-down procedures Normal operating temperatures, pressures, flow rates, etc. Emergency operating and safety instructions Preventive maintenance plan and schedule Troubleshooting guide and diagnostic techniques Repair and maintenance procedures, including spare parts, special tools and test equipment Environmental considerations Training plan, staffing requirements and personnel qualifications Removal and replacement instructions

Operating Manual l l l l l System design discussion Procedures for normal start-up, operation and shutdown in manual and automatic modes Floor plans and schematic diagrams for flow, piping and instrumentation Control set points and calibration requirements Procedures for abnormal/alternate operational modes

User Manual As-built record of product and O&M data, indexed by specification, location section l Basic descriptive data on facility; basis of design l Single line floor plans l Utility connections and cut-off points l Special warranty data l Expanded operation, maintenance and repair information for HVAC, fire protection and roofing systems All Military Construction Navy Projects (MCON) now require some degree of OMSI (minimum of User Manual) with the exception of projects such as Land Acquisition, Paving and Dredging. Projects requiring OMSI can be classified as either a Type A, B, or C. The standard package for each type of OMSI is as follows: l

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (1) Operation and Maintenance Manual (2) User Manual Type B OMSI (Do not use if maintenance and repair information is

required) (1) Operating Manual (2) User Manual Type C OMSI (1) User Manual The degree of OMSI required will vary with the complexity of systems and type of facility. A. Facilities having complex systems such as the following would normally require a Type A OMSI: Petroleum, Oil and Lubricant (POL) Transfer/Loading Facilities Large/Complex Computer Operations Center Training Facilities with Complex Systems Aircraft Maintenance Shops Missile Assembly and Maintenance Shops Ship Maintenance Shops Laboratories Central Refrigeration Plants Medical Facilities Command Communication and Operation Centers Power Plants Heating Plants Industrial Waste and Sewage Treatment Plants Water Supply, Treatment and Storage, Potable Plating Shops B. Less complex facilities where proper operation of the facility or system is critical a Type B OMSI may be appropriate as follows (may require Type A OMSI if maintenance and repair information is needed):

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C. Rather simple facilities such as BEQ, BOQ, Chapels, Admin Facilities, Warehouses and Community Facilities usually require a Type C OMSI. Depending on the complexity of a particular system, even a simple facility such as a Child Care Center could need a Type A OMSI to provide an OMSI Operation and Maintenance Manual for that system; e.g., Variable Air Volume (VAV) or Thermal Storage System. A project such as a hospital, however, would typically cover fifteen or more systems in the manual. Successful A&E preparation of an excellent quality OMSI manual requires that the specification include NFGS 01730, Operation and Maintenance Data, and that it be properly referenced in the technical sections to specify Data Packages to be submitted by the construction contractor. The A&E preparing the OMSI manuals uses this data to develop comprehensive coverage of a system based on the as-built products in this facility. Three sets of all approved submittals (except samples) must be retained by the A&E for preparation of the OMSI manuals. LANTNAVFACENGCOM PM will advise the A&E of the type of OMSI needed for each project. However, A&E recommendations are solicited on changes to the OMSI type based on complexity of systems as design develops. Specific scopes of work for each OMSI manual are provided in Appendix A. 8.7 CATHODIC PROTECTION SYSTEM INSPECTION, TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE (OPTION)

At the Governments option, the A&Es corrosion engineer may be required to act as the Government corrosion engineer in final inspection, testing and acceptance of the cathodic protection systems installed by the construction contract for the ROICC. Responsibility may include: A On-site consultation with the ROICC on the critical stages of construction.

B Review of Construction Contractors corrosion engineer cathodic protection system start-up survey report.

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ATTACHMENT A

ELECTRICAL DESIGN GUIDE

PREPARED BY: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING BRANCH ENGINEERING AND DESIGN DIVISION ATLANTIC DIVISION NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND NORFOLK, VIRGINIA

NOTE:

Changes in the 3/93 edition of the Electrical Design Guide (as compared to the 3/91 edition) are indicated by vertical lines in the margin.

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ATTACHMENT A. ELECTRICAL DESIGN GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS Page

A.1 A.1.1 A.1.2 A.1.3 A.1.4 A.1.4.1 A.1.4.2 A.1.4.3 A.1.5 A.1.5.1 A.1.5.2 A.1.5.3 A.1.5.4 A.1.5.5 A.1.6 A.1.7 A.1.8 A.1.9 A.1.10 A.1.11 A.1.12 A1.13 A.1.14

GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PURPOSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DRAWING FORMAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PREPARING SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CALCULATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DESIGNER RESPONSIBILITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . REQUIRED CALCULATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FORMAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RISER DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . POWER ONE-LINE/RISER DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TELEPHONE RISER DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INTERCOMMUNICATION/PAGING RISER DIAGRAM . . . . . . FIRE ALARM RISER DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OTHER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MULTIPLE CONDUIT/CABLE RUNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . REMOVAL OR REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT CONTAINING DIELECTRIC FLUID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . REMOVAL OF EXISTING CABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MODIFICATION OF OR ADDITIONS TO EXISTING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ASBESTOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCHEDULING AND SEQUENCING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT (GFE) . . . . . . . . . BREAKER/RELAY SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NON-LINEAR LOADS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii

A-1 A-1 A-1 A-2 A-2 A-2 A-2 A-3 A-3 A-3 A-4 A-4 A-4 A-5 A-5 A-5 A-6 A-6 A-6 A-7 A-7 A-9 A-9

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE HAZARDOUS (CLASSIFIED) LOCATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10 UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10 GENERAL GUIDANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MANHOLES (MHS) AND HANDHOLES (HHS) . . . . . . . . . . . LOCATING MANHOLES (MHS) AND HANDHOLES (HHS) . DUCTBANKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OVERHEAD DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CRITERIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GENERAL RULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . POLE PLATES AND CONDUCTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FUSE PROTECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400 HERTZ SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DESIGN CRITERIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NOMINAL UTILIZATION VOLTAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TECHNIQUES FOR MINIMIZING VOLTAGE DROP . . . . . . . ISOLATING 400 HZ SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EQUIPMENT RATING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIRECT CURRENT (DC) SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TELEPHONE SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CRITERIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GENERAL DESIGN PROCEDURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TELEPHONE BACKBOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EMERGENCY LIGHTS, EXIT LIGHTS, AND FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GROUNDING SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MEDIUM-VOLTAGE EQUIPMENT (2,000 - 69,000 VOLTS) . . . MEDIUM-VOLTAGE CABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii A-16 A-17 A-17 A-17 A-17 A-10 A-10 A-11 A-11 A-11 A-11 A-11 A-12 A-13 A-14 A-14 A-14 A-14 A-14 A-15 A-15 A-15 A-15 A-15 A-15

3/93 A.3.1.2 A.3.1.3 A.3.1.4 A.3.1.5 A.3.2 A.3.2.1 A.3.2.2 A.3.2.3 A.3.3 A.3.4 A.3.5 A.3.6 A.4 A.4.1 A.4.2 A.4.3 A.4.4 A.5 A.5.1 A.5.1.1 A.5.1.2 A.5.2 A.5.3 A.5.3.1 A.5.3.2 A.5.3.3 A.5.3.4

LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE INSULATION TYPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CABLE SHIELDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NUMBER OF CONDUCTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EXISTING CONDITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TRANSFORMERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAD-MOUNTED TRANSFORMER VERSUS SECONDARY UNIT SUBSTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LOCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . REGULATORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CAPACITORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SURGE ARRESTERS AND FUSED CUTOUTS . . . . . . . . . . . . SWITCHGEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . METERING, PTS AND CTS, INSTRUMENTATION, RELAYING ..................................... A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-21 A-22 A-22 A-22 A-22 A-23 A-24 A-24 A-24 A-24 A-25 WATTHOUR METER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PTS AND CTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INSTRUMENTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RELAYING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LOW-VOLTAGE AND UTILIZATION EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . PANELBOARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GENERAL RULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PANELBOARD SCHEDULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SWITCHBOARDS AND SWITCHGEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LIGHTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DESIGN CRITERIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GENERAL GUIDELINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EXTERIOR SPORTS ILLUMINATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FIXTURE SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv A-18 A-18 A-19 A-19 A-20 A-20 A-21 A-17 A-18 A-18 A-18 A-18

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE FIXTURE DETAILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FIXTURE CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . POLICY CONCERNING MAGNETIC CONTACTORS, MAGNETIC MOTOR CONTROLLERS, AND DISCONNECT SWITCHES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-25 A-26 A-26 A-26 A-27 A-27 A-27 A-27 A-28 A-28 A-28 A-28 A-28 A-28 A-28 A-29 A-29 A-25 A-25

A.5.4.1 A.5.4.2 A.5.4.3 A.5.4.4 A.5.5 A.5.5.1 A.5.5.2 A.5.5.3 A.6 A.7 A.8 A.9 A.10 A.11 A.12 A.13

HVAC EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UNIT HEATERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OTHER EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MOTOR CONTROL EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EQUIPMENT SELECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SELECTION GUIDANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS (MCCS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LIGHTNING PROTECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CATHODIC PROTECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEMS (IDS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEMS (UPS) . . . . . . . . . . . INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HIGH ALTITUDE ELECTROMAGNETIC PROTECTION (HEMP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ORDNANCE FACILITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AUTOMATIC STANDBY POWER SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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FIGURE 1. FIGURE 2. FIGURE 3.

ONE-LINE DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ONE-LINE/RISER DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAD MTD TRANSFORMER DETAIL UNGROUNDED OR SINGLE GROUNDED PRIMARY SYSTEM - WITH SURGE ARRESTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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PAD MTD TRANSFORMER DETAIL UNGROUNDED OR SINGLE GROUNDED PRIMARY SYSTEM - WITHOUT SURGE ARRESTERS . . . . . . . . . . A-33

FIGURE 5.

PAD MTD TRANSFORMER DETAIL MULTI-GROUNDED PRIMARY SYSTEM (DELTA-WYE) WITH SURGE ARRESTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-34

FIGURE 6.

PAD MTD TRANSFORMER DETAIL MULTI-GROUNDED PRIMARY SYSTEM (DELTA-WYE) WITHOUT SURGE ARRESTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-34

FIGURE 7.

PAD MTD TRANSFORMER DETAIL MULTI-GROUNDED PRIMARY SYSTEM (WYE-WYE) WITH SURGE ARRESTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-35

FIGURE 8.

PAD MTD TRANSFORMER DETAIL MULTI-GROUNDED PRIMARY SYSTEM (WYE-WYE) WITHOUT SURGE ARRESTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-35 A-36 A-37 A-38 A-38 A-39

FIGURE 9. FIGURE 10. FIGURE 11. FIGURE 12. FIGURE 13.

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATION AND RESPONSIBILITY CHART. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PANELBOARD SCHEDULES - THREE PHASE . . . . . . . . . PANELBOARD SCHEDULE - SINGLE PHASE . . . . . . . . . . LIGHTING FIXTURE SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL INTERFACE ILLUSTRATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vi

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APPENDIXES A. C. D. ELECTRICAL GUIDE LEGEND (INTERIOR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ELECTRICAL GUIDE LEGEND (EXTERIOR - OVERHEAD) . . . . . ELECTRICAL GUIDE LEGEND (ONE-LINE DIAGRAMS) . . . . . . . . A-1 thru A-6 C-1 thru C-4 D-1 thru D-4

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ATTACHMENT A. ELECTRICAL DESIGN GUIDE A.1 A.1.1 GENERAL PURPOSE The Electrical Design Guide has been developed for use by ArchitectEngineer (A&E) firms that provide electrical design services under contract to the Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (LANTNAVFACENGCOM). The information contained in this guide is not intended to cover every situation, but is to be followed where applicable. Situations not covered by this manual should be approached with sound technical judgment, common sense, and with the intent of this guide in mind. This guide will be reviewed and updated periodically; therefore, suggestions for improvements or additions are invited. The LANTNAVFACENGCOM point of contact is Electrical Design Branch, Code 404, Mr. P. E. Glenn, P.E., telephone 804-444-9904. A.1.2 DRAWING FORMAT a. Lighting and power shall not be shown on the same floor plan, unless the scale of the plan is 1/4" = 1'-0" or larger. b. Provide adequate plans (including demolition, existing conditions, and new work), legends, details, diagrams, schedules, etc. Provide demolition floor plans separate and distinct from new work floor plans, except where only minor demolition work is required. c. Electrical site plans shall be separate and distinct from other utility site plans and shall be included with the electrical drawings. However, when project requires only minor utility work, electrical and civil site plans may be combined. Demolition and New Work should normally be shown on the same site plan. d. The orientation of electrical drawings shall be in accordance with paragraph 5.4 of the basic guide. In addition, the orientation of partial building or site plans shall be identical to the orientation of the larger plan from which the partial was taken. e. When cross-referencing sheets? each reference to a detail, partial plan, etc., shall indicate the exact title of that particular detail, partial plan, etc. Avoid vague and ambiguous references.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE f. Present drawings in a clear and concise manner specifically defining the work to be accomplished. Locate legends on the first sheet of the applicable electrical drawings. Use multiple legends where required, carefully identifying the specific use of each legend. Avoid using composite legends which include all symbols but fail to indicate which symbols are to be used where. Use symbols as indicated in attached guide legends (see Appendixes A through D).

A.1.3

PREPARING SPECIFICATIONS See Section 6 of the basic guide.

A.1.4 A.1.4.1

CALCULATIONS DESIGNER RESPONSIBILITY The designer is responsible for calculations to verify proper design and operation of the facility to the point of connection to the existing electrical systems.

A.1.4.2

REQUIRED CALCULATIONS Whenever the sizing of electrical transformers, breakers, electric cables, etc., is to be performed, provide calculations to verify proper facility design. The following calculations are usually required: a. Short Circuit: Provide an impedance diagram with calculated fault and impedance values. Refer to IEEE Std 399, IEEE Recommended Practice for Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Analysis. For transformers larger than 1000 kVA in size, the primary or source impedance shall not be assumed to be equal to 0; source impedance in such situations shall be requested from LANTNAVFACENGCOM Code 163. b. Voltage Drop: Quote applicable source for this calculation. c. Lighting: Interior and exterior. d. Load Analysis: Indicate connected load and demand load utilizing appropriate diversity and demand factors. e. Motor Starting/Flicker Analysis: For motors 50 hp and greater. f. Sag, Tension, and Guying Analysis: For overhead distribution systems. Attachment A-2

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE g. Manhole Design Calculations: Provide calculations verifying that selected manhole size is adequate for training and splicing of contained cables. h. Cable Pulling Tension Calculations: For straight duct runs exceeding 400 feet in length and for any duct run with sweeps or multiple bends.

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FORMAT a. Assumptions and given data shall be clearly provided. Calculations shall be described fully and shall be written clearly. b. Computer printouts are acceptable only if accompanied by explanations to allow adequate review of calculation methods and results.

A.1.5 A.l.5.1

RISER DIAGRAMS POWER ONE-LINE/RISER DIAGRAMS a. A power one-line diagram is required for: (1) Medium-voltage distribution systems, including substations and switching stations. (2) Systems involving generation, either low voltage or medium voltage. (3) Building switchgear, switchboards, and main distribution panels (MDPs). b. A one-line diagram is illustrated by Figure 1. The diagram shall show components (including metering, protective relaying, etc.) and feeder conductor and conduit sizes. Connections of transformers, PTs, CTs, capacitors, etc.. shall be shown on the one-line diagram by means of the proper symbol. Refer to other sections of this guide for specific information required to be shown for each component. c. On most projects, it would be appropriate to combine the one-line diagram with a riser diagram. The one-line diagram would begin with the medium-voltage system and continue through the transformer up to and including the main breaker and feeder breakers within the MDP. Sub-panels beyond the MDP would be shown in the riser

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE diagram format. A combined one-line/riser diagram is illustrated by Figure 2.

A.1.5.2

TELEPHONE RISER DIAGRAM Show the following: a. Building stub out and exterior conduit or duct runs to point of connection (include cable where applicable - see Figure 9) b. Mounting backboard (include items addressed by paragraphs A.2.5.3b., 3c. and 3d.) c. Outlets - include room numbers d. Cables and raceways - include modular jacks

A.1.5.3

INTERCOMMUNICATION/PAGING RISER DIAGRAM Show the following: a. Power source b. Master station with associated equipment c. Speakers, outlets, etc. - include room numbers d. Wiring/conduit between components

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FIRE ALARM RISER DIAGRAM Show the following: a. Power source b. Control panel c. Connection to activity fire alarm system d. Manual boxes e. Pressure/flow switches f. Detectors Attachment A-4

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h. Connection to shut down air-handling units A.1.5.5 OTHER Similar to telephone or intercommunication/paging. A.l.6 MULTIPLE CONDUIT/CABLE RUNS To avoid misinterpretation as to the quantity of cables and conduit required in multiple conduit and cable runs, use one of the following acceptable descriptions: Acceptable: Acceptable: Acceptable: Unacceptable: Unacceptable: A.1.7 Two 3" conduits, each containing four - 500 kcmil and one - #2 Gnd Two 3" conduits, each with four - 500 kcmil and one - #2 Gnd Two 3" conduits, with four - 500 kcmil and one - #2 Gnd in each conduit Two sets of four - 500 kcmil and one - #2 Gnd in 3" conduit Parallel Service: four - 500 kcmil and one - #2 Gnd in 3" conduit

REMOVAL OR REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT CONTAINING DIELECTRIC FLUID Determine the PCB content of each item of electrical equipment. If the equipment is labeled PCB filled, then it shall be assumed to contain PCBs and the following steps shall be taken: a. Identify and request in writing that the activity test a sample of dielectric fluid for each piece of equipment in question. b. The test results shall be used to identify the equipment on plans as: (1) Non-PCB - contains less than 50 ppm. (2) PCB - contains 50 ppm or greater. Attachment A-5

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE c. Capacitors shall be identified as follows: (1) Capacitors containing less than 3 pounds of dielectric fluid - not required to be identified. (2) Capacitors containing 3 or more pounds of dielectric fluid and made prior to 1975 - PCB. (3) Capacitors containing 3 or more pounds of dielectric fluid and made in 1975 or later - Non-PCB. d. The contract specifications shall require that PCB equipment, after removal from service, but before being moved from equipment location and regardless of equipment condition, be drained of fluids and that the fluids be containerized. On individual projects, verify with the activity and with LANTNAVFACENGCOM Environmental Programs Branch (Code 182) whether PCB equipment and fluids are to be turned over to Public Works for disposal by the Government or are to be removed and disposed of under the construction contract.

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REMOVAL OF EXISTING CABLES When a project calls for removal of existing cables, these cables should be physically removed and not simply abandoned in place. The associated ducts or conduits, if concealed and not in the way of new construction, may be abandoned in place. Existing direct buried cables would also normally be abandoned in place.

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MODIFICATION OF OR ADDITIONS TO EXISTING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT Record, on the drawings, the manufacturers name and other pertinent manufacturers identification (e.g., serial number, model number, style, and any other manufacturers identifying markings). Normally it is difficult to depict existing to remain, existing, remove. and new items on a single one-line diagram; when this is the case an existing one-line diagram of the portion of electrical system to be modified shall be shown and a separate one-line diagram shall be shown indicating the changes required.

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ASBESTOS Any material (including fireproofing tape in manholes. handholes, and vaults) suspected of containing asbestos shall be tested by a qualified laboratory to determine the asbestos content. Materials containing asbestos shall be Attachment A-6

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE handled or removed in accordance with NFGS-01560, Environmental Protection, or NFGS-02080, Removal and Disposal of Asbestos Material.

A.1.11

SCHEDULING AND SEQUENCING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS Frequently, it is required that an activity remain in operation while new equipment is installed and existing equipment is replaced, relocated, modified or connected to new equipment. When either situation exists, general statements, such as stating that the activity will remain in operation during the entire construction period and that the contract work will be accomplished so as to cause the least possible interference with normal operations, do not adequately define the requirements to maintain electrical service during the construction period. The following suggestions are offered: a. Provide a specific and detailed Sequence of Construction and Schedule of Work to eliminate or minimize interruptions to activity operations. Include the Schedule of Work with the 35% design submittal. b. Specifically identify required power outages. Each power outage must be defined in terms of advance notification, duration and when outages may be scheduled (e.g., after normal work hours, weekends, etc.). Coordinate power outage requirements with the activity. c. Identify preparations and precautions required of the contractor prior to starting specific phases of work or implementing power outages. For instance, if a specific phase of work will interrupt or restrict operations at the activity, it may be necessary to stipulate that material and equipment required to complete the work be on hand prior to starting the work. d. Specify preliminary operations and testing requirements which may be necessary to ensure that the possibility of interference to activity operations is minimized. e. Specify the contractors responsibility to provide temporary power either by means of temporary connections or temporary equipment. If temporary equipment is required, specify the contractors responsibility for operation. maintenance and repair, and demonstrated reliability of the equipment provided.

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GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT (GFE)

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Projects which include GFE have unique problems which must be given special attention. Specify thoroughly the contractors responsibility for GFE. The following suggestions pertaining to GFE are offered: a. Ensure that GFE, including associated auxiliary equipment, is adequately identified in the contract documents. b. Indicate when the equipment will be available and where the equipment is to be picked up by the contractor. Identify transportation requirements for which the contractor is responsible. c. Consider storage requirements for the equipment. If the contractor is to provide storage, specify proper storage requirements. d. Ensure that a complete and accurate data package for GFE is available, and identify the data that will be furnished to the contractor after contract award. e. Require the contractor to verify, by field inspection, documentation provided on items pertaining to GFE which may have a significant impact on the installation of GFE or on contractor provided equipment. For instance, if the contractor is providing an automatic control switchboard for a Government furnished diesel generator, the contractor should be required to verify the controls on the diesel generator which must be coordinated for proper interface with the switchboard. f. Require the contractor to coordinate GFE with contractor provided equipment. Include a requirement for the contractor to provide an interconnecting wiring diagram showing connections between the GFE and contractor provided equipment. The interconnecting wiring diagram must be submitted with the contractors submittal on the contractor provided equipment.

g. Identify the contractors responsibilities for the start-up and testing of GFE. Coordinate this requirement with start-up and testing services included with GFE. Contractor provided start-up and testing must be performed by a qualified person, such as a representative of the manufacturer of GFE. h. The specification must specify the contractors responsibilities for installing and preparing GFE for start-up. The contractor must accomplish the work normally performed by the contractor for contractor provided equipment.

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a. The designer shall discuss proposed relay protection schemes, including selection of relays and current transformer ratios, with LANTNAVACENGCOM Code 163 during the design process. b. The designer shall ensure that construction contract documents require that the contractor submit manufacturers published time-current curves (on full size logarithmic paper) of primary fuses, relays, main secondary breakers, and secondary feeder protective devices. c. Upon completion of successful shop drawing review, the designer shall properly select high side transformer fuses and provide settings for main secondary breakers and secondary feeder protective devices. The designer shall ensure that circuit components are adequately protected against short circuits and ground faults and that protective devices are properly coordinated. LANTNAVFACENGCOM Code 163 will be available to assist the designer if required. d. LANTNAVFACENGCOM Code 163 shall be directly responsible for providing settings for protective relays and for selecting proper primary fuses (except that high side transformer fuses shall be selected by the designer). Required information will be forwarded to LANTNAVFACENGCOM Code 163 by the designer upon completion of successful shop drawing review. e. Fuse selections and breaker/relay settings shall be promptly determined and immediately forwarded to LANTNAVFACENGCOM Code 05. f. Please note that protective relays associated with Air Force and Army bases are not the responsibility of LANTNAVFACENGCOM Code 163; the designer must obtain settings for these relays from the appropriate command. A.1.14 NON-LINEAR LOADS Many types of data processing and office equipment, such as computers, copiers, video display terminals, printers, and plotters, use switch-mode power supplies (SMPS). While this technology provides significant reduction in equipment losses, weight, volume, and cost, it also can cause problems in the building electrical distribution system SMPS draw power from the source in pulses during the peak of each voltage half-cycle, rather than continuously, resulting in severe nonlinearity and high harmonic currents.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE When large loads or many small loads of this type are served, the waveshape of the load current is badly distorted and high in harmonics. This results in overheating of neutral conductors, intermittent electrical noise, transformer overheating, and convertor failure. Therefore, when dealing with non-linear loads, it is imperative that the designer obtain accurate load information and precisely design system components based on the load information obtained.

A.1.15

HAZARDOUS (CLASSIFIED) LOCATIONS Define in accordance with NFPA 70, National Electrical Code. Clearly show boundaries of hazardous locations on the plans and identify the type of hazard by class, division, and group.

A.2 A.2.1 A.2.1.1

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS GENERAL GUIDANCE a. MIL-HDBK-1004/1, Preliminary Design Considerations, MIL-HDBK1004/2, Power Distribution Systems, and NFGS-16375, Underground Electrical Work. b. For the purposes of this guide, an underground conduit or duct run consisting of a single conduit or duct shall be defined as a conduit run; an underground conduit or duct run consisting of two or more conduits or ducts shall be defined as a ductbank or duct run.

A.2.1.2

MANHOLES (MHS) AND HANDHOLES (HHS) a. Avoid use of combination power and communication manholes; however, when power and communication duct lines follow the same route use a common trench and locate power and communication manholes in close proximity to one another. Use manholes for main duct runs and wherever shielded medium-voltage cable is installed. Handholes may be used for airfield lighting circuits. for other nonshielded medium-voltage circuits, and on building laterals for lowvoltage and communication lines. b. Size of manholes and handholes should be determined by number of circuits and by voltage ratings and splicing requirements of the cables

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE within. Manholes should be sized to accommodate splices. See paragraph A.1.4.2.g. c. Manholes should be minimum of 66 deep.

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LOCATING MANHOLES (MHS) AND HANDHOLES (HHS) a. Provide MHs/HHs where duct lines change directions. b. Provide a MH/HH within 100 feet of every riser pole unless a calculation is provided to justify a greater distance - under no circumstances shall this greater distance exceed 200 feet. c. MH separation on straight runs normally shall not exceed 400 feet. In situations where greater separation is desired and this greater separation is not prohibited by either excessive pulling tension or site requirements, MH separation of up to 600 feet may be permitted. See paragraph A.1.4.2.h.

A.2.1.4

DUCTBANKS a. Minimum size for power distribution circuits in main duct runs shall be 5 inches, unless otherwise directed. b. Provide adequate spare capacity for all ductbanks.

A.2.2 A.2.2.1

OVERHEAD DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS CRITERIA a. MIL-HDBK-1004/1, MIL-HDBK-1004/2, and NFGS-16370, Overhead Electrical Work. b. ANSI C2. National Electrical Safety Code.

A.2.2.2

GENERAL RULES a. Provide a detailed site plan with coordinated legend. b. Use a separate symbol for each individual circuit; define each circuit by voltage level and number, size and type of conductors. c. Coordinate guying and conductor sag information shown on the drawings with that shown in the specifications.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE d. When in doubt as how to show overhead distribution work, carefully review the information contained on LANTNAVFACENGCOM sketches 16302L-1.1 through 16302L-1.5a. e. Do not use symbols which describe facilities in general or vague terms. f. Do not describe proposed work by referencing sketch numbers instead of pole detail designation symbols. g. Do not use pole detail designation symbols to describe existing facilities. h. Do not install transformer banks, underground terminals, or switches on corner, angle, or other congested poles. These devices must be installed on uncongested tangent poles.

A.2.2.3

POLE PLATES AND CONDUCTORS a. Use LANTNAVFACENGCOM pole plates whenever applicable LANTNAVFACENGCOM pole plates are available. In situations where an applicable LANTNAVFACENGCOM pole plate has not been developed, provide detail(s) as required. Designer developed details must contain level of detail equivalent to the LANTNAVFACENGCOM pole plates and include material requirements. Unless another presentation method is proposed to and accepted by LANTNAVFACENGCOM Code 404, LANTNAVFACENGCOM pole plates with required supplementary details shall be used for pole line construction work. (1) When using pole plates, a note referencing the pole detail designation symbols (similar to the following) must be placed on the drawings: XFB, 15FR3-N, etc.. are pole detail designation symbols. Refer to LANTNAVFACENGCOM Sketches TS-16302L-1.3 through TS163021-43 on Sheets for an explanation of the use and description of equipment provided by these symbols. (2) Do not modify LANTNAVFACENGCOM pole plates; any required exceptions or modifications must be included as supplemental information with the pole detail designation symbols. b. Use aluminum or copper conductors. Do not use aluminum-conductor steel-reinforced (ACSR).

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE c. Indicate conductor sag values on plans. Provide initial sag values for ambient temperatures of 30F, 60F, and 90F for required ruling spans.

A.2.2.4

FUSE PROTECTION a. Provide backup current limiting fuses for overhead distribution transformers on voltage systems: (a) above 15 kV and (b) on lower voltage systems that have available fault currents equal to or greater than 7,000 asymmetrical amperes. b. The purpose of the backup current limiting fuse is to protect the transformer from high level fault currents that can rupture the transformer tank and result in catastrophic damage. The expulsion fuse link is required for overload and low level fault current protection. The two protective devices must be coordinated to function together; expulsion fuse links should be ANSI Type K to provide this coordination. c. Exercise care when using fused cutouts at line taps and at underground terminations. The maximum interrupting rating of a fused cutout is 12,500 symmetrical amperes. Whenever system fault currents exceed this value, protect the fused cutout with a backup current limiting fuse or use an adequately rated power fuse. d. In the design of overhead distribution systems: (1) Provide appropriate detail on the drawings indicating the use of backup current limiting fuses with the device being protected. If the designer is using the LANTNAVFACENGCOM pole plates, it is permissible to provide supplemental information with the pole detail designation symbols instead of providing separate details. The pole plates will be revised later to include the backup current limiting fuses. (2) Indicate on the project drawings the ampere rating of the ANSI Type K expulsion fuse link as well as the voltage rating and current designation of the backup current limiting fuse. (3) Specify: (a) ANSI Type K fuse links sized as indicated on the drawing.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE (b) Testing of backup current limiting fuse in series with expulsion fuse according to ANSI C37.41, Design Tests for High-Voltage Fuses, Distribution Enclosed Single-Pole Air Switches, Fused Disconnecting Switches, and Accessories. (c) Backup current limiting fuses be manufactured by A.B. Chance Co., Cooper Industries, or an approved equal.

A.2.3 A.2.3.1

400 HERTZ SYSTEMS DESIGN CRITERIA DM-4.05, 400 Hz Generation and Distribution Systems.

A.2.3.2

NOMINAL UTILIZATION VOLTAGE The nominal ac utilization voltage is 200Y/115V, three phase, 4 W.

A.2.3.3

TECHNIQUES FOR MINIMIZING VOLTAGE DROP a. Use rigid aluminum or PVC conduit except that aluminum shall not be used in concrete. b. Use only copper conductors. c. Use thin-wall insulation types (THWN, THHN, XHHW, etc., should be considered). d. Use multi-conductor cables. e. Use smaller paralleled conductors in lieu of larger single conductors. f. Use line drop compensators.

A.2.3.4

ISOLATING 400 HZ SYSTEMS The 400 Hz system shall be completely separate from other systems (i.e., a 400 Hz circuit shall not be installed in the same box or cabinet as a 60 Hz circuit unless barriers are used to separate sections).

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Circuit breakers, panelboards, etc., shall be rated, calibrated, and labeled by the manufacturer, and indicated on the contract drawings as 400 Hz equipment. However, the manufacturer, at his option, may use 60 Hz equipment if the 60 Hz equipment is properly derated for 400 Hz operation and if the 60 Hz equipment contains the manufacturers label stating that the equipment has been properly derated and is satisfactory for 400 Hz operation. A.2.4 DIRECT CURRENT (DC) SYSTEMS Provide in accordance with MIL-STD-704, Aircraft Electric Power Characteristics. A.2.5 A.2.5.1 TELEPHONE SYSTEMS CRITERIA MIL-HDBK-1004/4. Electrical Utilization Systems, Section 4. A.2.5.2 GENERAL DESIGN PROCEDURE See Telecommunications Coordination and Responsibility Chart (Figure 9). A.2.5.3 TELEPHONE BACKBOARD. a. Provide sufficient access to and working space around the telephone backboard. This space shall extend out from the backboard mounted equipment a minimum of 36 inches and from the floor to a height of 75 inches or to the top of the backboard, whichever is greater. Every effort should also be made to provide a clear wall space (for entrance and exit of telephone system conduits) of 12 inches on each side of the backboard. In addition, provide an exclusively dedicated space extending from the floor to a height of 25 feet or to the structural ceiling with a width and depth equal to that of the backboard and contained equipment. No piping, ducts. or equipment foreign to the telephone equipment or architectural appurtenances shall be permitted to be installed in. enter. or pass through such spaces. b. Indicate the size, the mounting orientation, and the mounting height of the telephone backboard.

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE c. Provide 120 V, 15 A duplex receptacle (or other power source as required by the activity providing telephone service (APTS)) within 3 feet of backboard. Power source shall be derived from circuit, free of other loads, and dedicated strictly to the telephone system. d. Provide #6 bare copper ground wire from backboard to the building grounding electrode system, leaving minimum of 10 feet of wire at backboard (i.e., enough to reach any location on backboard).

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EMERGENCY LIGHTS, EXIT LIGHTS, AND FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS Provide power for emergency lights, exit lights, and fire protection systems in the following manner: a. Provide unit equipment (equipment with self-contained rechargeable battery, battery charging means, and automatic transfer to and from battery) for emergency lights, exit lights, and fire protection systems. Specify LED type exit lights unless specifically instructed otherwise. b. The branch circuit feeding the emergency lights and exit lights shall be the same branch circuit as that serving the normal lighting in the area and connected ahead of any local switches. c. Provide power for the fire protection systems from the MDP. - 208Y/120 V or 120/240 V systems - Provide lock-on breaker in the MDP - If more than one fire protection circuit is required, provide a dedicated emergency panel (sized for a minimum of six circuits) powered from the lock-on breaker in the MDP. - 450Y/277 V systems - Provide circuit from the MDP (as above) to a dedicated emergency panel through a step-down transformer. Consider using a packaged power supply for this transformer/emergency panel combination. Size the emergency panel for a minimum of six circuits. - Locate the dedicated emergency panel near the MDP where practical. - In all cases paint the lock-on breaker in the MDP and the dedicated emergency panel enclosure red. At the MDP, in Attachment A-16

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE addition to the panel nameplate, provide a label with the following inscription: Emergency Breaker Within. Label shall be constructed and fastened identical to the panel nameplate, except the label shall be red laminated plastic with white center core. d. If significant amounts of emergency power are required for loads other than lighting and fire protection systems, provide a second source of emergency power in accordance with NFPA 70, Article 700. e. For systems that require emergency power sources, such as generators or uninterruptible power systems (UPS), these sources may be incorporated into the design.

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GROUNDING SYSTEMS Proper grounding is essential both for safety and for the correct operation of sophisticated systems. Provide grounding systems in accordance with NFPA 70; MIL-STD-188-124, Grounding, Bonding and Shielding for Common Long Haul/Tactical Communication Systems; MIL-HDBK-419A, Grounding, Bonding, and Shielding for Electronic Equipment and Facilities; MILHDBK-1012/1, Electronic Facilities Engineering; NAVSEA OP-5, Ammunition and Explosives Ashore; and other criteria as applicable. Provide grounding plans and details as part of the project drawings.

A.3 A.3.1 A.3.1.1

MEDIUM-VOLTAGE EQUIPMENT (2,000 - 69,000 VOLTS) MEDIUM-VOLTAGE CABLE DESCRIPTION Provide the following minimum information: a. Conductor size b. Number of conductors (e.g., 3-1/c, 1-3/c, etc.) c. Insulation voltage rating (e.g., 5 kV, 15 kV, etc.) d. Insulation type

A.3.1.2

INSULATION TYPE Provide ethylene propylene rubber (EPR) for new cable. Paper insulated lead covered (PILC) should be used only where special conditions justify. Attachment A-17

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Use tape shielded cables and ensure minimum cable bending radii of 12 times the overall cable diameter; use wire shielded cables (see NEMA WC 8, Ethylene-Propylene-Rubber-Insulated Wire and Cable for the Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Energy, for minimum cable bending radii) only where existing manholes are utilized and the minimum cable bending radii of tape shielded cables cannot be realized. Please note that the minimum cable bending radii refers to the inner surface of the cable and not to the axis of the cable. A.3.1.4 NUMBER OF CONDUCTORS Use l/c cables when solid dielectric cables are specified; 3/c cable may be used when special conditions justify its use. A.3.1.5 EXISTING CONDITIONS Ensure that new cables and specified splicing methods are compatible with existing cables. Provide the same information (e.g., insulation type, insulation rating, conductor type, and number of conductors) for existing cables as required for new cables. Caution: Existing cable may be fireproofed with asbestos in manholes. Refer to paragraph A.1.10. A.3.2 A.3.2.1 TRANSFORMERS PAD-MOUNTED TRANSFORMER VERSUS SECONDARY UNIT SUBSTATION Pad-mounted transformers are normally used for 750 kVA and below on 15 kV systems and for 500 kVA and below on 5 kV systems. For voltages above 15 kV and for kVA ratings above those previously indicated, it is preferable to use secondary unit substations. When using a pad-mounted transformer, select the applicable pad-mounted transformer detail from Figures 3 through 8, supply the missing data. and incorporate that detail onto the contract drawings. Do not use these details to depict secondary unit substations. A.3.2.2 LOCATION Transformer location with respect to buildings shall meet requirements of MIL-HDBK-1008, Fire Protection for Facilities Engineering Design and Construction and NFPA 70.

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Provide the following descriptive information on the one-line/riser diagram/drawings: a. Transformer type (e.g., pad mounted, pole mounted, station type, unit substation, etc.). b. kVA. c. Phase (e.g., three phase or single phase). d. ANSI C57.12.20, Overhead-Type Distribution Transformers, 500 kVA and Smaller: High-Voltage, 34,500 Volts and Below; Low-Voltage, 7970/13800Y Volts and Below, designation of voltage ratings (example: 11.5 kV - 208Y/120 volt). e. Primary and secondary connection (when using single-phase units for three-phase service, specifically indicate how the units are to be connected, i.e., connect delta-wye grounded for 208Y/120 volt secondary service). A.3.3 REGULATORS a. Include the following information on the one-line diagram/drawings: (1) kVA (2) Line current at full regulation (3) Voltage (4) Phase (5) Regulator type (e.g., step-voltage, induction, etc.) (6) Style (e.g., station type, distribution, etc.) b. Provide the following additional information in the specifications: (1) Insulation type (e.g., oil, etc.) (2) BIL

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(5) Number and percent steps (e.g., 32 - 5/8% steps) (6) Line drop compensation (7) Special features as needed c. Provide bypass and disconnect switches with regulators. A.3.4 CAPACITORS a. Include the following information on the one-line diagram/ drawings: (1) Capacitor type (e.g., outdoor. etc.) (2) Mounting (e.g., rack mounted, etc.) (3) kVAR per unit (4) Number of units per bank (5) Voltage (voltage rating of units, not the system voltage) (6) Phase (e.g., three-phase or single-phase units) (7) Fuse size and type b. Fuse or otherwise protect capacitors to prevent case rupture. Provide the fuse (or other protective device) curve plotted against the case rupture curve on full size logarithmic paper. Also show the full load and fault currents for a faulted capacitor unit on the same sheet. c. Connect capacitors ungrounded wye, unless otherwise instructed. A.3.5 SURGE ARRESTERS AND FUSED CUTOUTS Include the following information on the one-line diagram/drawings: a. Arrester kV rating b. Cutout kV and ampere rating Attachment A-20

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SWITCHGEAR a. Circuit Breakers: Provide batteries for dc tripping. Do not use direct trip, ac trip, or capacitor trip. b. Show bus size and instrumentation on one-line diagram. c. Provide elevation drawings showing compartments, their intended use, and instruments and controls.

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METERING, PTS AND CTS, INSTRUMENTATION, RELAYING WATTHOUR METER a. Provide watthour meters with 15-minute interval sweep-hand type kW demand register for all buildings, except housing units. b. Supply housing units with meter sockets only. Sockets shall be single phase, four terminal, ringless with manual bypass device and polycarbonate blank cover plate. c. Place meters and meter sockets in accessible locations.

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PTS AND CTS a. Show potential and current transformer ratios on one-line diagrams. b. Carefully coordinate connection and ratio of potential transformers with relay and meter requirements. c. Provide separate current transformers for relaying and metering. Metering current transformers shall be single ratio.

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INSTRUMENTATION Specify complete characteristics of instrumentation.

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RELAYING Provide the following minimum information on the one-line diagram/ drawings:

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A.5 A.5.1 A.5.1.1

LOW-VOLTAGE AND UTILIZATION EQUIPMENT PANELBOARDS GENERAL RULES a. As a general rule, provide one spare circuit for each five active circuits in a panelboard to allow for future load growth. Spare circuit capacity may consist of spare breakers or a combination of spare breakers and spaces at the designers discretion. b. When spare circuit capacity is provided in flush-mounted panelboards, also provide additional conduit capacity to avoid tearing out of walls. The additional conduit capacity may consist of empty conduit runs to covered boxes above the ceiling or beneath the floor. oversizing conduits in active circuits, or by other means that may seem appropriate to the designer. c. Number circuits by pole number on single pole breakers and by first pole number on two and three pole breakers. d. Indicate load in amperes, not kW or kVA. e. Do not show breakers by class. f. Do not show estimated demand load. g. Do not use fusible panelboards. h. When more than 42 poles are required, provide separate panelboards. Do not use dual section panelboards.

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PANELBOARD SCHEDULES Provide panelboard schedules on the drawings in the format shown in Figures 10 and 11. Include the following: a. Panelboard designation

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d. Frequency (if other than 60 Hz) e. Main amperes f. Main breaker or lugs only g. Surface or flush mounting h. Minimum interrupting rating i. Circuit number, wire size, breaker trip, load in amperes, and identification of load associated with each branch or feeder. Please note that identification of load must be specific. For example, the directory marking should not merely indicate lighting, but rather lighting, Room 102.

j. Total connected load k. Any special requirements: (1) GFI--ground fault interrupter (2) SWD--rated for switching duty 1. Total number of poles A.5.2 SWITCHBOARDS AND SWITCHGEAR a. Provide. one-line diagram showing bus size, bus bracing, breaker frame size, breaker trip setting, relays, and instruments. b. Provide elevation drawings showing compartments, their intended use, and instruments and controls. c. Clearly indicate on the drawings that switchboards and switchgear must be mounted on 4-inch elevated concrete pads. Coordinate design of pad with structural engineer. d. Fusible switchboards may be used only if such use is justified.

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b. MIL-HDBK-1190, Facility Planning and Design Guide c. MIL-HDBK-1013/1, Physical Security of Fixed Facilities and OPNAVINST 5530.14, Physical Security and Loss Prevention A.5.3.2 GENERAL GUIDELINES a. Provide illumination levels consistent with MIL-HDBK-1190 recommendations and with customer needs. Design to conserve energy, but provide a pleasant and comfortable work environment. b. Utilize such techniques as the following to obtain a balance between energy conservation and customer needs: (1) Multiple switching of fixture groups to permit lights to be turned off in unoccupied work stations. (2) Separate switching of ballasts in multi-ballast fixtures. (3) Time switch and/or photoelectric control of outdoor lighting. (4) More efficient lighting sources, fixtures, and lamps. (5) Grid-type ceilings with the capability of interchanging relocatable panels and lighting fixtures without rewiring. A.5.3.3 EXTERIOR SPORTS ILLUMINATION Unless specifically directed otherwise, outdoor sports lighting shall conform to the classifications stated in the IES Lighting Handbooks as indicated below: Sport Baseball Softball Football Other IES Classification Municipal and Semi-Professional Industrial League Class III or IV Recreational

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Provide a lighting fixture schedule on the contract drawings as illustrated by Figure 12. A.5.3.5 FIXTURE DETAILS Use lighting fixtures as detailed by sketches included with NFGS-16510, Interior Lighting, wherever possible. Do not modify NFGS-16510 sketches; any required exceptions or modifications must be made in the remarks column of the lighting fixture schedule and not on the sketches themselves. Provide applicable lighting fixture type symbol(s) with each lighting fixture sketch/detail. When using fixture(s) not included with NFGS-16510, detail the fixture(s) on the drawings providing the following minimum information: a. Fixture type (e.g., high bay, fluorescent, industrial, downlight, roadway type, floodlight, etc.) b. Physical construction including housing material and fabrication method, description of lens, reflector, refractor, etc. C. Electrical data including number of lamps, lamp type, ballast data, operating voltage, etc. d. Mounting (surface, suspended, flush, etc.) and mounting height e. Special characteristics such as wet label, specific hazardous classification, air handling, etc. A.5.3.6 FIXTURE CONSIDERATIONS a. Provide energy efficient fluorescent lamps and energy saving ballasts. b. Be selective in the use of Circline lamps, as their cost is greater than other fluorescent light sources. c. Minimize fixture types and lamp types to reduce maintenance inventories. d. Provide fixture which is appropriate for the intended application. A.5.4 POLICY CONCERNING MAGNETIC CONTACTORS, MAGNETIC MOTOR CONTROLLERS, AND DISCONNECT SWITCHES

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a. The mechanical engineer will determine which equipment will have integral magnetic contactors and/or disconnect switches and which equipment will require separate magnetic motor controllers and disconnect switches. In general, packaged refrigeration equipment has integral magnetic contactors and in some instances will have an integral disconnect switch also. Air-handling units and pumps usually require separate magnetic motor controllers and disconnect switches. b. The electrical engineer, in conjunction with the mechanical engineer, will determine the location of separate magnetic motor controllers and disconnect switches. Magnetic motor controllers and disconnects shall be placed in readily accessible locations (as defined by NFPA 70). c. The electrical engineer will show separate magnetic motor controllers and separate disconnect switches on the electrical drawings. The electrical engineer will not provide any magnetic motor controller information for mechanical equipment on the electrical drawings, but will determine the type of controller required (full voltage, reduced voltage, reversing, multi-speed, NEMA size, and NEMA enclosure type) and furnish same to the mechanical engineer for incorporation in mechanical equipment schedules. Mechanical equipment schedules will also include electrical characteristics of motor and packaged equipment; e.g., voltage, full load amperes or minimum circuit amperes, number of phases, horsepower, and frequency. Integral disconnects, if provided, shall be noted in the mechanical equipment schedules and coordinated with the electrical drawings. Require integral disconnects be furnished with thermal overloads where appropriate for small fractional horsepower motors. The mechanical specifications must be coordinated with the mechanical equipment schedules and mechanical plans. A.5.4.2 UNIT HEATERS Electrical unit heaters will be sized and located by the mechanical engineer, will be shown on the electrical drawings, noted and properly cross-referenced on the mechanical drawings, and specified in the electrical specifications. A.5.4.3 OTHER EQUIPMENT The electrical engineer must be alert for motors required for equipment furnished by engineers other than mechanical. These include architectural

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE equipment such as motorized doors, civil equipment such as lift stations and pumps, and structural equipment such as cranes. The electrical engineer must ensure that the required information is contained on the project drawings for miscellaneous equipment even if it must be added to the electrical drawings.

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COMMENTS a. Specifically identify each piece of equipment (e.g., unit heater No. 1, unit heater No. 2, etc.). b. See Figures 13 through 15 for typical illustrations of how to properly display equipment on the contract drawings.

A.5.5 A.5.5.1

MOTOR CONTROL EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT SELECTIONS The choice between using motor control centers (MCCs), motor starter panels, combination starters, and individual starters and disconnects must be evaluated. Several points for consideration are: a. Centralized control location necessary or required. b. Quantity of motors and equipment to be controlled. C. Sizes of motors and equipment. d. Economic considerations (price comparisons).

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SELECTION GUIDANCE a. Individual motor starters and disconnects are preferred over combination starters and are usually more cost effective. b. Individual motor starters and disconnects are usually preferred and are more economical than MCCs and motor starter panels, especially where smaller motors and scattered loads are involved. c. Motor starter panels would be preferred over MCCs where a centralized control location is required, where NEMA Size 0 starters can be used, or where a wall mounted versus floor mounted equipment panel is desirable.

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A.5.5.3

MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS (MCCS) Provide elevation drawings identifying compartments. Provide schedule listing each compartment. Schedule shall include (for each compartment) description of load, load in amperes, load in horsepower, NEMA size and type of starter, breaker size, conductor and conduit size, control devices, and other special requirements. a. Also indicate, on plans or in specifications, enclosure type, bus rating, bus material: bus bracing, NEMA class and wiring type, service voltage, control voltage and source, and top or bottom feed. b. Clearly indicate on the drawings that MCCs must be mounted on 4-inch elevated concrete pads. Coordinate design of pad with structural engineer.

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LIGHTNING PROTECTION Provide in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1004/6, Lightning Protection.

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CATHODIC PROTECTION Provide in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1004/10, Electrical Engineering Cathodic Protection. Also see paragraph 4.5.12 of the basic guide.

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INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEMS (IDS) Provide in accordance with DM-13.02. Commercial Intrusion Detection System (IDS).

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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEMS (UPS) Provide in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1004/1 and MIL-HDBK-1012/1.

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INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS See paragraph 4.8.3 of the basic guide.

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HIGH ALTITUDE ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE PROTECTION (HEMP)

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE Provide in accordance with MIL-HDBK-423, High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) Protection for Fixed and Transportable Ground-Based Facilities (draft) and MIL-STD-188-125, High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) Protection for Ground-Based C4I Facilities Performing Critical, Time-Urgent Missions.

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ORDNANCE FACILITIES Provide in accordance with NAVSEA OP-5.

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AUTOMATIC STANDBY POWER SYSTEMS A comprehensive guide for preparing plans and specifications for automatic standby power systems has been prepared and is available to A&E firms involved in such projects. Copies of this guide may be obtained from the LANTNAVFACENGCOM Electrical Engineering Branch through the Project Manager.

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ELEC. GUIDE LEGEND - (INTERIOR)


SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
FLUORESCENT LIGHTING FIXTURE. FLUORESCENT EMERGENCY AND/OR NIGHT LIGHTING FIXTURE. INCANDESCENT OR HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE LIGHTING FIXTURE. EXIT LIGHTING FIXTURE. ARROW, WHEN USED, INDICATES DIRECTION. LIGHTING FIXTURE TYPE. SEE LIGHTING FIXTURE SCHEDULE ON SHEET E-__ EMERGENCY BATTERY POWERED LIGHTING UNIT. DUPLEX CONVENIENCE RECEPTACLE. 15 A., 125 VAC. MOUNT__ AFF UON DUPLEX CONVENIENCE RECEPTACLE WITH INTERNAL GROUND FAULT PROTECTION. __ A., 125 VAC. MOUNT__ AFF UON SINGLE RECEPTACLE. __ A., ___ VAC. MOUNT __ AFF UON FLUSH FLOOR DUPLEX RECEPTACLE. 15 A., 125 VAC. FLUSH FLOOR SINGLE RECEPTACLE.__ A., 125 VAC. CLOCK OUTLET, 15A., 125 VAC MOUNT __ AFF SPECIAL PURPOSE RECEPTACLE.___ A., __ POLE, __ WIRE, ___ VAC. MOUNT __ AFF UON
NOTE TO DESIGNER: USE SAME SYMBOL & FORMAT AS ABOVE FOR ADDITIONAL SPECIAL PURPOSE OUTLETS/RECEPTACLES. DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN TYPE BY USING SUBSCRIPT.

SINGLE POLE SWITCH. 20A., 120/277V. SINGLE POLE SWITCH. 20A., 120/277V. LOWER CASE SUBSCRIPT, WHEN USED, INDICATES FIXTURES CONTROLLED. DOUBLE POLE SWITCH. 20A., 120/277V. THREE-WAY SWITCH. 20A., 120/277V. FOUR-WAY SWITCH. 20A., 120/277V. DIMMER SWITCH. ____ WATTS UON KEY OPERATED SWITCH. [MOTOR RATED SWITCH][MANUAL MOTOR STARTER SWITCH] WITH OVERLOADS. SWITCH WITH PILOT LIGHT.

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SYMBOL
JUNCTION BOX.

DESCRIPTION
EQUIPMENT CONNECTION AS NOTED.

MOTOR CONNECTION, HP INDICATED. MAGNETIC MOTOR CONTROLLER. DISCONNECT SWITCH. ___ V IN NEMA __ ENCLOSURE UON 3P = NO. OF POLES, 60 = SWITCH RATING, 40 = FUSE RATING (NF INDICATES NON-FUSIBLE). ELECTRICAL PANELBOARD (208Y/120 VOLT). ELECTRICAL PANELBOARD (48OY/277 VOLT). WIREWAY. BRANCH CIRCUIT OR FEEDER WIRING IN CONDUIT. NO TICK MARKS INDICATE 2 #12 CONDUCTORS & 1 #12 GND. IN 1/2" CONDUIT UON TICK MARKS, WHEN SHOWN, INDICATE NUMBER OF #12 CONDUCTORS IF OTHER THAN THREE; (4) INDICATES GROUND. CONDUIT LARGER THAN 1/2" & WIRE LARGER THAN #12 SHALL BE AS INDICATED. HOMERUNS TO PANEL. PANEL & CIRCUIT DESIGNATIONS AS INDICATED. INDICATES A CONDUIT RUN CONCEALED IN CEILING, WALL, FLOOR, OR ABOVE SUSPENDED CEILING UON. NOTE TO DESIGNER: INDICATE BY NOTE ON DRAWINGS WHERE EXPOSED CONDUITS ARE TO BE USED. CONDUIT TURNED UP. CONDUIT TURNED DOWN. CONDUIT SEAL. TELEPHONE TERMINAL BACKBOARD. TELEPHONE OUTLET, MOUNT __ AFF PAY TELEPHONE OUTLET. MOUNT __ AFF

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TELEVISION SYSTEM OUTLET, MOUNT __ AFF SPEAKER. INTERCOM OUTLET, MOUNT __ AFF LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT, MOUNT __ AFF CONTROL STATION. PUSH BUTTON. DRY TYPE TRANSFORMER. TIME SWITCH PHOTO-ELECTRIC CONTROL. FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL (FACP). FIRE ALARM MANUAL STATION, MOUNT __ AFF FIRE ALARM STROBE/HORN, MOUNT __ AFF FIRE ALARM ___ INCH BELL, MOUNT __ AFF FIRE ALARM SYSTEM CODED TRANSMITTER. MASTER FIRE ALARM BOX WITH LOCATION LIGHT. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM SMOKE DETECTOR. MOUNT ON CEILING UON SUBSCRIPT "f", WHEN USED, INDICATES DETECTOR UNDER RAISED FLOOR. DUCT SMOKE DETECTOR. 120-VAC SINGLE-STATION SMOKE DETECTOR, HARD WIRED INTO THE ELECTRICAL SOURCE AS INDICATED. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM HEAT DETECTOR. SPRINKLER SYSTEM FLOW SWITCH. SPRINKLER SYSTEM PRESSURE SWITCH. KITCHEN HOOD FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM SWITCH. REMOTE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TROUBLE BELL (OR BUZZER). MAGNETIC DOOR HOLDER.

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SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION
ACCESS SWITCH BALANCED MAGNETIC SWITCH CARD READER WITHOUT KEY PAD CARD READER WITH KEY PAD CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT CONTROL UNIT DURESS ALARM DOOR STRIKE KEY PAD MONITORING UNIT PASSIVE INFARED SENSOR REQUEST TO EXIT SWITCH

IDS SYMBOLS:

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AFF AFG ARF C CB CKT EC EQUIP EWC EWH EXIST EXP GFCI GFGI GFI GND HID MLO MT MTG HT MCB NIC NTS

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ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR ABOVE FINISHED GRADE ABOVE RAISED FLOOR CONDUIT CIRCUIT BREAKER CIRCUIT EMPTY CONDUIT EQUIPMENT ELECTRIC WATER COOLER ELECTRIC WATER HEATER EXISTING INDICATES EXPLOSION PROOF EQUIPMENT GOVERNMENT FURNISHED CONTRACTOR INSTALLED GOVERNMENT FURNISHED GOVERNMENT INSTALLED GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER GROUND HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE MAIN LUGS ONLY MOUNT MOUNTING HEIGHT MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER NOT IN CONTRACT NOT TO SCALE

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ABBREVIATIONS
PNL PNLBD RECEPT REQ'D XFMR UON WP PANEL PANELBOARD RECEPTACLE REQUIRED TRANSFORMER UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED INDICATES WEATHERPROOF EQUIPMENT

NOTES:

1. WHERE BLANK SPACES OCCUR, INSERT APPROPRIATE DATA. 2. WHERE DATA IS ENCLOSED IN BRACKETS [ ], A CHOICE MUST BE MADE. DELETE INAPPLICABLE DATA. 3. THIS LEGEND PROVIDES BASIC SYMBOLS. MODIFY LEGEND AS REQUIRED TO PROPERLY DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN "NEW", "EXISTING TO REMAIN" & "EXISTING REMOVE'.

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SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
UNDERGROUND DUCTBANK, CONCRETE ENCASED UON. DESCRIPTION AS INDICATED. EXISTING UNDERGROUND DUCTBANK, CONCRETE ENCASED UON. DESCRIPTION AS INDICATED. SYMBOL REFERS TO SPECIFIC DUCTBANK SECTION DETAIL. (SEE NOTE 1) DUCTBANK SECTION LOOKING IN DIRECTION OF ARROWS. (SEE NOTE 2) SPARE DUCT (TYPICAL) HEAVY LINE INDICATES BOTTOM OF DUCT EXIST. CABLE DESIGNATION (TYPICAL) DESCRIPTION PER CABLE SCHEDULE. (SEE NOTE 3) OCCUPIED DUCT, UNIDENTIFIED CABLE. NEW CABLE DESIGNATION (TYPICAL) DESCRIPTION PER CABLE SCHEDULE. (SEE NOTE 3) DUCTBANK NOTES TO DESIGNER: 1. USE THIS SYMBOL ONLY WHEN SPECIFIC DUCTBANK SECTIONS ARE REQUIRED TO INDICATE SPECIAL CONDITIONS, SUCH AS STEEL REINFORCING, WHICH WOULD INVALIDATE THE DUCT SPACING AND CONCRETE ENCASEMENT INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS. INCLUDE THE REQUIRED DUCTBANK SECTIONS ON THE DRAWINGS AND MODIFY THE SPECIFICATIONS. 2. DISPLAY DUCTBANK SECTIONS IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ACCEPTABLE WAYS:

3. PROVIDE A CABLE SCHEDULE CONTAINING CABLE DESIGNATION SYMBOLS, CABLE DESCRIPTIONS, CONDUIT SIZES, ROUTING AND OTHER INFORMATION THAT MAY BE NECESSARY. THIS INFORMATION SHOULD NOT BE REPEATED ELSEWHERE ON THE DRAWINGS. IDENTIFY CABLE SHOWN ON SITE PLANS, FLOOR PLANS, RISER DIAGRAMS, ETC. BY ITS CABLE DESIGNATION SYMBOL ONLY.

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DESCRIPTION UNDERGROUND CONDUIT, CONCRETE ENCASED UON. DESIGNER TO DESCRIBE CABLE AND CONDUIT. EXAMPLE: 3-1/C 500 KCMIL (15KV) & 1 500 KCMIL NEUTRAL (600V) IN 5" C. EXISTING UNDERGROUND CONDUIT, CONCRETE ENCASED UON DESIGNER TO DESCRIBE CABLE AND CONDUIT. EXAMPLE: 4 #2 (600V) IN 3" C. REMOVE EXISTING CIRCUIT. ABANDON CONDUIT IN PLACE UON. DESIGNER TO DESCRIBE CABLE. EXAMPLE: 3-1/C, 120 VOLT STREET LIGHT CABLE. TYPICAL DESIGNATIONS TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH CONDUIT SYMBOLS

UPUSUTUFAUSLUTV-

UNDERGROUND UNDERGROUND UNDERGROUND UNDERGROUND UNDERGROUND UNDERGROUND

PRIMARY SECONDARY TELEPHONE FIRE ALARM STREET LIGHTING TELEVISION CABLE

GROUNDING CONDUCTOR. DESIGNER TO DESCRIBE. MANHOLE OR HANDHOLE, AS NOTED. EXISTING MANHOLE OR HANDHOLE AS NOTED. EXISTING COMBINATION POWER/COMMUNICATION MANHOLE. NOTE TO DESIGNER: REQUEST MANHOLE & HANDHOLE DESIGNATION NUMBERS FROM THE ACTIVITY. DO NOT USE ARBITRARILY ASSIGNED NUMBERS UNLESS STATION PROVIDED NUMBERS ARE NOT AVAILABLE. IF NUMBERS ARE NOT AVAILABLE, PRE-FINAL SUBMITTAL MUST STATE THIS FACT AND INDICATE INDIVIDUAL (NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER) AT THE ACTIVITY WHO WAS CONTACTED.

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INDICATES FRONT.

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PAD MOUNTED TRANSFORMER. DESIGNER TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTION. EXAMPLE: 75KVA, 3 PHASE, 12KV-208Y/120 VOLTS. INDICATES FRONT. EXISTING PAD MOUNTED TRANSFORMER. DESIGNER TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTION. EXAMPLE: 25KVA, 1 PHASE, 2.4KV-120/240 VOLTS. NOTE TO DESIGNER: FOR UNIT SUBSTATIONS AND OTHER MAJOR PIECES OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHOW APPROXIMATE EQUIPMENT OUTLINE ON PLANS, PROPERLY IDENTIFY, INDICATE FRONT OF EQUIPMENT. PAD MOUNTED SWITCH. DESIGNER TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTION. EXAMPLE: 15KV, 3 WAY, 600 AMP NON-FUSED, OIL. EXISTING PAD MOUNTED SWITCH. DESIGNER TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTION. EXAMPLE: 5KV, 4 WAY, 200 AMP FUSED, AIR. AREA/STREET LIGHTING POLE WITH LUMINAIRE. DESIGNER TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTION. EXISTING AREA/STREET LIGHTING POLE WITH LUMINAIRE. DESIGNER TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTION. EXISTING AREA/STREET LIGHTING POLE WITH EXISTING LUMINAIRE. DESIGNER TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTION. LIGHTING FIXTURE TYPE. SEE LIGHTING FIXTURE SCHEDULE ON SHEET E- ___

ABBREVIATIONS C HH MH UG XFMR UON CONDUIT HANDHOLE MANHOLE UNDERGROUND TRANSFORMER UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

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DESCRIPTION SYMBOL POWER POLE (HEIGHT AND CLASS AS INDICATED). REMOVE EXISTING AND PROVIDE NEW POWER POLE (HEIGHT AND CLASS AS INDICATED). EXISTING POWER POLE (HEIGHT AND CLASS AS INDICATED). REMOVE EXISTING POWER POLE (HEIGHT AND CLASS AS INDICATED). NOTE TO DESIGNER: REQUEST POLE NUMBERS FROM THE ACTIVITY. DO NOT USE ARBITRARILY ASSIGNED NUMBERS UNLESS STATION PROVIDED NUMBERS ARE NOT AVAILABLE. IF NUMBERS ARE NOT AVAILABLE, PRE-FINAL SUBMITTAL MUST STATE THIS FACT AND INDICATE INDIVIDUAL (NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER) AT THE ACTIVITY WHO WAS CONTACTED. DOWN GUY AND ANCHOR - QUANTITY AS INDICATED IF OTHER THAN ONE. EXISTING DOWN GUY AND ANCHOR - PROVIDE ADDITIONAL DOWN GUY TO EXISTING ANCHOR. EXISTING DOWN GUY AND ANCHOR - QUANTITY AS INDICATED IF OTHER THAN ONE. REMOVE EXISTING DOWN GUY AND ANCHOR - QUANTITY AS INDICATED IF OTHER THAN ONE. SPAN GUY - QUANTITY AS INDICATED IF OTHER THAN ONE. EXISTING SPAN GUY - QUANTITY AS INDICATED IF OTHER THAN ONE. REMOVE EXISTING SPAN GUY - QUANTITY AS INDICATED IF OTHER THAN ONE. POLE MOUNTED TRANSFORMER - SINGLE PHASE WITH KVA AS INDICATED. EXISTING POLE MOUNTED TRANSFORMER - SINGLE PHASE WITH KVA AS INDICATED. REMOVE POLE MOUNTED SINGLE PHASE TRANSFORMER - KVA As INDICATED.

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SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION
13.2 KV, 3 PHASE, 3 WIRE CIRCUIT # 1/O B. ALUM. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. NOTE TO DESIGNER: MODIFY UNDERLINED DATA TO MATCH CIRCUIT VOLTAGE, SYSTEM AND CONDUCTOR CHARACTERISTICS. PROVIDE TICKMARKS, IF DESIRED, TO FURTHER INDICATE NUMBER OF CONDUCTORS. TYPICAL COMMENT FOR ALL CIRCUIT SYMBOLS. EXISTING 13.2 KV, 3 PHASE, 3 WIRE CIRCUIT - #4 W.P. CU. REMOVE 13.2 KV, 3 PHASE, 3 WIRE CIRCUIT - 477 B. ALUM. ONE WIRE COMMON NEUTRAL - #4 B. CU. EXISTING ONE WIRE COMMON NEUTRAL - #4/0 B. ALUM. REMOVE ONE WIRE COMMON NEUTRAL - 34 W.P. CU. EXISTING ONE WIRE GROUND (STATIC) - 3/8" STEEL. REMOVE ONE WIRE GROUND (STATIC) - 5/16" STEEL. 2 WIRE SERIES TYPE STREET LIGHTING CIRCUIT - #6 W.P. CU. EXISTING 1 WIRE SERIES TYPE STREET LIGHTING CIRCUIT - #4 B. CU. REMOVE 2 WIRE SERIES TYPE STREET LIGHTING CIRCUIT #6 B. CU. 2 WIRE FIRE ALARM CIRCUIT - #8 W.P. CU. EXISTING 2 WIRE FIRE ALARM CIRCUIT - #8 W.P. CU. REMOVE 2 WIRE FIRE ALARM CIRCUIT - #8 W.F. CU. OPEN 3 WIRE 120/240 VOLT SECONDARY CIRCUIT. EXISTING OPEN 3 WIRE 48OY/277 VOLT SECONDARY CIRCUIT. REMOVE EXISTING OPEN 2 WIRE 240/480 VOLT SECONDARY CIRCUIT.

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120 VOLT SECONDARY (DUPLEX) CIRCUIT - #4 ALUM INSULATED PHASE CONDUCTOR WITH #4 B. ALUM NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR. EXISTING 240 VOLT SECONDARY (DUPLEX) CIRCUIT - #4 COPPER. REMOVE 120 VOLT SECONDARY (DUPLEX) CIRCUIT - #4 COPPER. 120/240 VOLT SECONDARY (TRIPLEX) CIRCUIT - #2 COPPER INSULATED PHASE CONDUCTORS WITH #2 B. cu. NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR. EXISTING 120/240 VOLT SECONDARY (TRIPLEX) CIRCUIT #2 ALUM. REMOVE 120/240 VOLT SECONDARY (TRIPLEX) CIRCUIT #4/0 ALUM. 208Y/120 VOLT SECONDARY (QUADRUPLEX) CIRCUIT - #1/0 ALUMINUM INSULATED PHASE CONDUCTORS WITH #1/0 B. ALUM NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR. EXISTING 208Y/120 VOLT SECONDARY (QUADRUPLEX) CIRCUIT #1/0 ALUM. REMOVE 208Y/120 VOLT SECONDARY (QUADRUPLEX) CIRCUIT #1/0 B. ALUM. 120/240 VOLT TRIPLEX SERVICE DROP -#2 COPPER INSULATED PHASE CONDUCTORS WITH 42 B. COPPER NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR. EXISTING. 120/240 VOLT TRIPLEX SERVICE DROP -#1/0 COPPER. REMOVE 120/208 VOLT TRIPLEX SERVICE DROP - #1/0 ALUM. 208Y/120 VOLT QUADRUPLEX SERVICE DROP -#1/0 ALUM. INSULATED PHASE CONDUCTORS WITH #1/0 B. ALUM. NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR. EXISTING 208Y/l20 VOLT QUADRAPLEX SERVICE DROP - #4/0 ALUM. REMOVE 208Y/120 VOLT QUADRUPLEX SERVICE DROP - #2 COPPER.

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SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION
EXISTING 120/240 VOLT OPEN WIRE SERVICE DROP -3 #4 W.P. CU. REMOVE 120/240 VOLT OPEN WIRE SERVICE DROP - 3 #1/0 W.P. CU. 100 PAIR TELEPHONE CABLE. EXISTING 26 PAIR TELEPHONE CABLE. REMOVE 100 PAIR TELEPHONE CABLE. CABLE OR CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION CABLE. EXISTING CABLE OR CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION CABLE. REMOVE CABLE OR CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION CABLE. SECURITY ALARM OR ANNUNCIATOR CIRCUIT - CHARACTERISTICS AS INDICATED. EXISTING SECURITY ALARM OR ANNUNCIATOR CIRCUIT CHARACTERISTICS AS INDICATED. REMOVE SECURITY ALARM OR ANNUNCIATOR CIRCUIT CHARACTERISTICS AS INDICATED. 12 CONDUCTOR, #10 AWG COPPER, 600 VOLT CONTROL CABLE. EXISTING 18 CONDUCTOR, #12 AWG COPPER, 300 VOLT CONTROL CABLE. REMOVE 6 CONDUCTOR, #14 AWG COPPER, 600 VOLT CONTROL CABLE. AREA/STREET LIGHTING FIXTURE - TYPE SCHEDULE ON SHEET E- . PER LIGHTING FIXTURE

EXISTING 120 VOLT, 250 WATT, AREA/STREET LIGHTING FIXTURE. REMOVE EXISTING 120 VOLT, 400 WATT, AREA/STREET LIGHTING FIXTURE.

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ELEC. GUIDE LEGEND (ONE-LINE DIAGRAMS)


SYMBOLS DESCRIPTION
POWER TRANSFORMER. POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER. CONTROL POWER TRANSFORMER. SURGE ARRESTER. FUSED SWITCH. DISCONNECT SWITCH. MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKER. LOW VOLTAGE DRAW-OUT POWER CIRCUIT BREAKER. FUSED LOW VOLTAGE DRAW-OUT POWER CIRCUIT BREAKER. MEDIUM VOLTAGE POWER CIRCUIT BREAKER. MEDIUM VOLTAGE POWER DRAW-OUT CIRCUIT BREAKER. DELTA CONNECTION. GROUNDED WYE CONNECTION. CURRENT TRANSFORMER - SINGLE RATIO AS SHOWN. CURRENT TRANSFORMER - MULTI RATIO (FULL RATIO SHOWN). CABLE TERMINATION. EXISTING CABLE TERMINATION. CAPACITOR. GROUND CONNECTION. CABLE OR BUS, TYPE AND CHARACTERISTICS AS INDICATED. EXISTING CABLE OR BUS, TYPE AND CHARACTERISTICS AS INDICATED.

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SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION
REMOVE CABLE OR BUS, TYPE AND CHARACTERISTICS AS INDICATED. AMMETER. VOLTMETER. WATTMETER. WATTHOUR METER. WATTHOUR METER WITH DEMAND REGISTER. VARMETER. FREQUENCY METER. POWER FACTOR METER. SYNCHROSCOPE. AMMETER SWITCH. VOLTMETER SWITCH. KIRK KEY INTERLOCK. SHUNT TRIP. GROUND FAULT PROTECTION. GENERATOR. INDICATING LAMP. BATTERY. RELAY AND ANSI CONTROL FUNCTION SYMBOL. NUMBER OUTSIDE CIRCLE INDICATES QUANTITY IF GREATER THAN ONE.

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TYPICALLY USED ANSI CONTROL FUNCTION SYMBOLS


01 2 15 25 27 32 43 46 50 51 52 59 63 67 74 79 81 86 87 CONTROL SWITCH. TIME DELAY RELAY. SPEED OR FREQUENCY MATCHING RELAY. SYNCHRONIZING RELAY. UNDER VOLTAGE RELAY. REVERSE POWER RELAY. SELECTOR SWITCH. NEGATIVE SEQUENCE CURRENT RELAY. INSTANTANEOUS OVERCURRENT RELAY. TIME OVERCURRENT RELAY. AC CIRCUIT BREAKER. OVERVOLTAGE RELAY. SUDDEN PRESSURE RELAY. DIRECTIONAL OVERCURRENT RELAY. ALARM RELAY. AC RECLOSING RELAY. FREQUENCY RELAY. LOCK-OUT RELAY. DIFFERENTIAL RELAY.

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ABBREVIATIONS X LTC AUTO AF AT CPT N AUXILIARY. LOAD TAP CHANGER. AUTOMATIC. AMP FRAME. AMP TRIP. CONTROL POWER TRANSFORMER. NEUTRAL.

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