(6) Draft Environmental Construction and/or Operating Permit(s).
(7) Calculations - engineering calculations shall be neat, legible, logically
ordered, bound and indexed. Design data shall be clearly stated. Formulas and reference
sources shall be cited. Designers and checkers shall initial and date each computation
sheet. Upon request A&E firms using computerized design procedures must submit, in
conjunction with calculations:
(a) A description of the type(s) and configuration(s) used.
(b) Copies of all pertinent input and output data.
(c) Documentation of each program may be requested, including a written
summary of the program intent and function, assumptions, formulas, numerical metho ds
used, nomenclature, limitations of the program, and references used in developing the
program. In the event "non -proven" programs are used, a computer run by the A&E, for
check problems may be required (by the reviewer) for verification, which will be at no
expense to the Government.
(d) See Submittal Flow process in Energy Conservation (Section 4.6.4.).
(8) Dust and Erosion Control Plan (See Section 4.5.8).
(9) Storm water Management Plan (See Section 4.5.13).
(10) Manufacturer's catalog d ata of major equipment that was used as basis of
design. Data shall include dimensions, weights, and specified ratings. Examples of
major equipment requiring catalog data are:
(b) M-G sets
(c) Eng-Gen sets
(g) Heat rejection equipment