g. Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF)
h. Medical Facilities
i. Flight Lines
j. Waterfront Facilities
5.18.2 Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS). Describe the design of the conduit system,
electrical power and monitor station supporting the IDS system. Include a description of the
facility support requirements for the IDS system, as provided by NEEACT.
5.19 ENGINE GENERATORS
Design of engine generators shall conform to the requirement of MIL-HDBK-1003/11 and
applicable NAVFAC Guide Specifications.
Identify the technical specifications regarding generator capacity, output voltage, current, power
factor, engine fuel requirements, engine speed (rpm), output power, etc. Provide a list of
commercially available engine-generator sets that meet the project requirements and include the
performance requirements for each engine generator.
Identify local government or applicable U.S. EPA air quality/pollution requirements and engine
generator emissions requirements. Discuss methods of compliance with these regulations; or the
provision under which exemption from the regulations is claimed.
5.20 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
Indicate whether hazardous materials such as PCB, asbestos, lead paint and silica sand will or
may be encountered during construction of the project. Identify all governing regulations and
the methods to be used to comply with the cited regulations.
5.21 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT (OSHA)
Identify areas where compliance with OSHA, Public Law 91-596, or other referenced criteria
is required. Describe the appropriate project related safety/health requirements and the manner
in which the proposed design fulfills the identified requirement.
5.22 DESIGN FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED
In 1976, Public Law 94-541, Title II, mandated that certain facilities financed with Federal funds
be designed for accessibility and use by the physically handicapped. When indicated in the
"Scope," identify the design features that have been included to satisfy this requirement.