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SECTION 6. SPECIFICATIONS
6.1 REQUIREMENTS FOR PREPARATION OF PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS
The project specifications form a part of the contract documents. Format and general
instructions for the preparation of project specifications are included in the current
version of MIL-HDBK-1006/1, Policy and Procedures for Project Drawing and
Specification Preparation (previously NAVFAC DM -6). Specifications are required to
be in the current version SP ECSINTACT format, based on Cherry Point guide
specifications (copy can be obtained from PM), edited and supplemented to suit the
particular project. Scan all computer disks submitted for viruses using a commercial anti -
virus scanning program. The specifi cations shall be as brief as possible, definite, and free
of ambiguities and omissions, which might result in controversies and contractor claims
for additional compensation.
6.2 GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
Guide specifications of NAVFAC NFGS Series shall be u tilized in the preparation of
project specifications. These specifications are available on the CD -ROM as described
herein. Any hard copy required by the A&E may be printed therefrom. Hard copy may
also be obtained from Standardization Documents Order D esk, Building 4D, 700 Robbins
Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111 -5094. The A&E shall carefully edit, modify, and
supplement these sections and prepare additional sections in the same format to ensure
they are coordinated with the project design. The latest g uides, the NFGS series, should
be considered as standards for format where they differ from earlier guides.
NAVFAC guide specifications in SPECSINTACT format are available through the
National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) per the following:
- Compact Disc (CD) that holds the equivalent of 250,000 pages of information and
is readable on CD -ROM drive of computer.
- Information on obtaining subscriptions to Construction Criteria Base (CCB)
containing SPECSINTACT may be obtained from the foll owing:
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCES
ATTN CCB
1090 VERMONT AVENUE NW SUITE 700
WASHINGTON DC 20005
Telephone: 202 -289-7800
NOTE: It is imperative that the A&E discuss SPECSINTACT features with the PM
prior to beginning any sp ecification preparation so that an agreement can be reached
regarding the proper version of SPECSINTACT to use for a specific project. This will
minimize or eliminate rework of specifications following a re -issuance of the CD -R.
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