LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE
register is acceptable, one copy should be forwarded to the ROICC and one copy to
LANTNAVFACENGCOM (Code 05). If the register is not complete, it should be
returned to the contractor, with comments, for correction. One copy of the register and
comments should be forwarded to the ROICC.
At the Government's option, the A&E may be responsible for the preparation
of "as-built" drawings. When this option is exercised, the A&E will be provided a
marked copy of project drawings indicating all changes made during construction and
the project tracings. The tracings shall be corrected in accordance with
MIL-HDBK-1006/1, Drawings and Specifications, to reflect the actual construction.
Optional methods of construction not used should be crossed out and marked "NOT
BUILT". No change need be made to portions of drawings marked "NOT IN
INTERIOR DESIGN (OPTION)
This section discusses requirements for post construction award interior design
preparation for procurement of furniture and furnishings.
The furnishings phase of the interior design program deals with the design,
selection, arrangement and color coordination of the furniture. These furnishings are
generally included in A&E contracts for military construction (MCON) funded projects
and certain other selected types of projects which have high personnel density or public
traffic. Generally its preparation will not begin until approximately one year prior to
construction completion. The A&E's efforts (design reviews, meetings, etc.) will be
coordinated by LANTNAVFACENGCOM's Collateral Equipment Branch (telephone
The scope of work for interior design preparation is:
A. Selection of furniture, furnishings and accessories including but not
limited to sofas, chairs, tables, screens, planters, art work, carpets, draperies, etc. Most
items are available on and should, if possible, be selected from GSA contracts.