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7.2.2 Floor Plans and Elevations. Shall contain the following:
a. Room or space designations and associated floor area.
b. Location of all columns; built-in equipment, doors, windows; door and window
swings; and all pertinent dimensions.
c. Identification of male and female toilets and the number of fixtures in each.
d. Elevations showing locations of doors, windows and other fenestrations or openings.
e. North arrow, graphic scales, pertinent notes and dimensions.
The 35% drawings shall be the final construction contract drawings developed to approximately
the 35% stage of completion. The drawings shall be sufficiently complete to delineate the work
to be performed in constructing the project. All of the drawings shall be developed to the same
level of completion so that the entire project can be reviewed for conformance with the
authorized scope and DoD and Navy design criteria. The 35% submittal drawings shall include
the following.
7.3.1 Civil Vicinity Map. Shows the general location of the project; major highways and local
roads in the area surrounding and leading to the project site; significant landmarks near the
project site; and the names and locations of towns and cities in the area around the project site.
Clarity and legibility of the vicinity map cannot be overemphasized. The logistics for project
site access from, and the transportation of construction material and heavy equipment over local
roads is a major construction contractor concern (and may also be a major design concern
regarding selection of materials). Site Plan. Based upon a fully completed field survey and containing the following:
a. Clear footprints of all existing and proposed structures, access roads, parking
topography, survey control points, bench marks, drainage patterns, roads and
sidewalks. In addition, the drawings shall show:
1) the locations and sixes of water, sewer, storm drain, gas, steam, fuel, hot and
chilled water, compressed air, electricity, etc., lines; and
2) the points of connection where the project utility lines will tie into existing utility
b. Existing topographic features affecting or in the vicinity of the proposed work. The
drawings shall also indicate the proposed topographic modifications, including roads,


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