b. Submission of an unchecked set of drawings. Checking is an A-E responsibility and
must be done prior to the submission, Common discrepancies are:
1) incomplete or incorrect numbering of drawings;
2) missing professional registration stamps;
3) missing essential cross-referencing targets;
4) incomplete or missing details which were referenced on other drawings;
5) discrepancies or absence of coordination between disciplines;
6) inconsistent dimensioning (on different sheets) for the same item of construction;
7) illegible dimensions, notes and/or details.
The Pre-Final (100%) drawings shall include the following:
7.4.1 Complete horizontal and vertical survey control. Identifiable on the ground with
sufficient ties to the new construction to permit stake out. Except for small projects, provide
a minimum of two (2) bench marks. These bench marks shall be located so that their elevations
will not be affected by the construction of the project. The drawings shall show bench mark
descriptions, elevations and datum. Do not use assumed data.
7.4.2 Profiles. In addition to profiles normally required for roads, runways, taxiways and
gravity pipelines, show profiles for pressure pipelines where interference with other subsurface
utilities will be encountered during the construction. Show profiles for water mains 100
millimeters (i.e., JIS 100A) and larger.
7.4.3 Loading. Indicate roof and floor live load (uniform or other concentrated live loads) and
wind velocity. Also indicate earthquake zone and K, I and C values of the building designed.
Indicate design wheel loading for airfield pavements.
7.4.4 Basic Working Stresses. Indicate classes of concrete, Fc values, and locations where
different classes of concrete are to be used. Show location of reinforcing steel and structural
steel. Also indicate size and strength of the reinforcing and structural steel.
7.4.5 Foundations. Indicate the design soil pressure for footings and design values for piles.
7.4.6 Fallout Shelter Information. Include on the first drawing for fallout shelters the
a. Each designated fallout shelter area is clearly identified and meets or exceeds the
current requirements as established by the Defense Civil Preparedness Agency,
Capacity (No. of People)
Shelter Area No,
(Tabulate each shelter area on drawings. Shelter areas should be crosshatched or otherwise
designated on the architectural drawings.)