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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE
4/17/93
DEVELOPMENT SEQUENCE AND SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS
8.5.3
The following sequence will be generally followed by the A&E in developing
the interior design plan:
A. Approximately twelve months before construction completion the contract
option will be awarded. The A&E will be contacted by the Collateral Equipment
Branch and direction provided on when to begin developing the furniture and
equipment procurement package. A meeting with LANTNAVFACENGCOM
Collateral Equipment and Interior Design representatives will be scheduled at this
time. The purpose of this meeting will be to clarify procedures and requirements,
develop tentative schedule and obtain current GSA information. The A&E should not
begin work on this phase without contract authorization.
B.  The A&E will visit the activity to review the program and update the
room-by-room furniture placement plans and collateral equipment list developed
during the Color Design.
C. Submit two copies of proposed plan and collateral equipment list to
LANTNAVFACENGCOM Collateral Equipment Branch in rough draft format for
LANTNAVFACENGCOM review. The purpose of this review is to ensure that
proposed plan complies with basic limitations imposed by Government regulations and
eliminate obvious errors, e.g., stock numbers, quantities, etc. The plan is to be updated
based on this review.
D. Visit to activity jointly by the A&E and LANTNAVFACENGCOM
representatives to present the plan by means of presentation boards and updated rough
draft listings to the activity command representatives.
E.  The A&E will submit the original and four copies of the final procurement
package modified in accordance with agreements reached during the final activity
presentation.
8.5.4
GUIDELINES FOR SELECTING FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES
A. Facilities should have functional interiors, reasonably pleasant in
appearance and conducive to the purpose for which they were constructed. Lavish
design, "gold plated" in any respect or even having the appearance of being wasteful of
Government funds, should be avoided. In furniture and furnishings, items which are
not to be used include oriental and decorator rugs, period furniture reproductions
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