INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
SUPPLEMENTAL INTERIOR DESIGN
This is a guide to outline the necessary requirements for A/E firms performing services for EFA
The A/E shall employ the services of a professional interior designer who shall meet with EFA
Chesapeake Interior Design Staff to discuss proper submission format. Interior designs shall be
the result of a coordinated effort between all design disciplines and shall provide the necessary
information for a complete and integrated design.
III.1 Interior Architectural Design
To develop a space program and to coordinate selections of architectural finishes and signage.
A. Space Program
B. Architectural Finish Schedule, Color Key and Finish Boards
C. Architectural Signage, Graphics and Schedule(s)
The A/E and a member of their interior design staff shall attend the pre-design conference to
establish project definition and program requirements.
The A/E shall accomplish the work in four phases and in conjunction with the progress
submissions as outlined in Section 3: A/E Contract Submission Requirements. Submissions are as
Phase A shall include:
1. A space program which ensures a clear understanding of the facility function
and customer requirements. The programming effort may require "squatters
sessions" in which the A/E shall engage in customer interviews and on-site
working meetings. Programming may also entail review of DOD Space