b. State type of service for which railroad track will be provided, anticipated volume
and type of traffic, the rul ing grade, and the maximum curvature.
c. Describe proposed type, source and thickness of ballast, weight of rail and source,
treatment, and dimensions of ties proposed.
4.5.12 PHYSICAL SECURITY
a. State the type of classified material to be stored and describe the specific
construction standards required by OPNAVINST 5510.1_ (latest edition), Department of
the Navy Information and Personnel Security Program Regulation.
describe the level of protection required by OPNAVINST 5530.13_ (latest edition),
Physical Security Instruction for Sensitive Conventional A&E.
c. Based on consultation with the activity's Security Officer and OPNAVINST
5530.14_ (latest edition), Navy Phys ical Security and Loss Prevention Manual, state what
areas will be designated as restricted areas. Describe the provisions incorporated in the
design to ensure the proper level of control in these areas.
4.5.13 STORM WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN
State what management plans are required. For projects in North Carolina, a Storm
Water Management Plan (SMP) must be filed with the Department of Environmental
Management (DEM), Water Quality Section, Wilmington or Washington, North Carolina
for projects that 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 Pre -final design
stage. The A&E shall forward the SMP application along with the appropriate
application fee to the PM for final review, signature and submission to the State. Permit
fees shall be included in the A&E's contract Appendix A. The A&E of record is
responsible for coordinating with DEM and obtaining written approval for the SMP.
4.6.1 MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
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 sh ould 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. Me chanical room plan and
sections must be large enough to show access areas and resolution of interferences.