Quantcast Appendix III Interior Architectural Design and Supplemental Interior Design

Share on Google+Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on Stumble Upon
Custom Search
 
  
 


Appendix III
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
AND
SUPPLEMENTAL INTERIOR DESIGN
This is a guide to outline the necessary requirements for A/E firms performing services for EFA
Chesapeake.
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
III.1.1
Objective
To develop a space program and to coordinate selections of architectural finishes and signage.
III.1.2
Contents
A. Space Program
B. Architectural Finish Schedule, Color Key and Finish Boards
C. Architectural Signage, Graphics and Schedule(s)
III.1.3
Procedures
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
follows:
A.
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
90





 


Privacy Statement - Copyright Information. - Contact Us

Integrated Publishing, Inc.