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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE
4/17/93
(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.
State type of construction proposed, materials for water mains, type of
well, etc.
C. For exterior distribution systems, state design parameters including
domestic and fire flow, residual pressure, elevation differentials, etc. Include
designer's 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
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.
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