LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE
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).
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.
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