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D. Identify type of pavement; bituminous, concrete, reinforced, etc.
E.  Note deviations from Naval Air Systems Command planning standards
with reasons therefor.
Describe method of handling storm drainage.
G. State type of lighting to be provided. Evaluate adequacy of existing
runway and taxiway regulator capacities.
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.
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:


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