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4/17/93
LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE
In composing bid items, the base bid must provide a usable facility. Work
increments for additive bid items should be selected which can logically be separated
from the project without rendering the facility unusable. It is intended that the base bid
with all additive bid items will provide the maximum usable facility for the funds
available.
Additive bid items shall be arranged so that the most essential portion of the
work is added first. Succeeding items will be cumulative for purposes of determining
if the project is within the available funds; however, to provide latitude in selection,
each additive bid item shall be independent of others, where practicable.
The number of bid items and the estimated additive amounts per item will
depend upon the nature of the project. Where feasible and practicable, there will
normally be not more than three bid items. Each estimated additive increment should
tend to approximate 5% to 10% of the estimated base bid. There shall be no more than
four additive items without specific approval of the Commander of the Atlantic
Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Bid items shall not be indicated on
the drawings or referenced anywhere in the Specifications without prior approval of
LANTNAVFACENGCOM Specifications Branch. Do not use the term "alternate" to
represent additive bid items. Deductive bid items are not permitted.
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FEDERAL AND MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS
The importance of obtaining the necessary Federal and Military Specifications
cannot be over-emphasized, particularly when the A&E has shop drawing approval
responsibility. Federal and Military Specifications that are referenced in MIL-BUL-34
are included in the Construction Criteria Base (CCB) available through the National
Institute of Building Sciences. These and other Federal and Military Specifications may
be ordered from:
STANDARDIZATION DOCUMENTS ORDER DESK
BLDG 4D, 700 ROBBINS AVE
PHILADELPHIA PA 19111-5094
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INTERIM SPECIFICATION REVISIONS (ISR)
LANTNAVFACENGCOM maintains a system known as interim specification
revisions (ISR). This document carries changes needed in an NFGS until such changes
can be incorporated into the guide specification. These changes must be incorporated
into projects. It is mandatory that this document be obtained from the Specifications
Branch and used in the development of project specifications.
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