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DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
PACIFIC DIVISION
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND
(MAKALAPA, HI)
PEARL HARBOR. HAWAII 96860-7300
PACNAVFACENGCOMINST 11320.9A
408
13 MAR 1992
PACNAVFACENGCOM INSTRUCTION 11320.9A
Commander, Pacific Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command
From:
Subj:
FIRE PROTECTION DESIGN ANALYSES
(a) NAVFACINST 11320.23E
Ref:
(b) DODINST 6055.6
(c) HIL-HDBK 1008A
Encl:
(1) Fire Protection Design Analysis
(2) Fire Protection Design Checklist
1.  Purpose.  To establish the requirement for preparation of an
independent fire protection design analysis as an integral portion of the
Basis of Design for each construction project.
Cancellation.
PACNAVFACENGCOMINST 11320.9
2.
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3.  Backaround.  MIL-HDBK 1008A Fire Protection For Facilities requires that
all concept and final design analyses and drawings address all provisions
relating to fire protection.  References (a) and (b) require the
PACNAVFACENGCOM Fire Protection Engineering Branch (Code 408) to review all
construction projects for conformance with current fire protection criteria
during the design phase.  Designer's approaches to fire protection
engineering have been erratic.  Some fire protection features have, in the
past, been addressed in the design analyses of other disciplines (i.e.,
sprinklers in the mechanical analyses, fire alarms in the electrical
analyses, and fire partitions in the architectural section),  Many other
fire protection items, however, have never been addressed in the Basis of
Design.  Providing a fire protection design analysis will establish a
systematic approach to fire protection design and will facilitate fire
protection review.
4.  Design Guidance.  Enclosures (1) and (2) will aid designers in
considering the fire protection features or systems which may be required
for each project.  All items apply to Navy/Marine projects only unless
otherwise stated.  This list is as comprehensive as possible; however, it
is general in nature and therefore may not include all requirements for
every project.  The checklist will serve to make designers aware of most
major fire protection points to consider.





 


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