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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.
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
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 Engineer's
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.


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