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