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10.5.1
Sequence of Drawings and Designations (in parentheses)
Drawings shall be arranged in the following order:
a)  Title sheet, index of drawings and abbreviations (Do not provide a
title sheet which shows only the project title and location.) (T)
b)  Vicinity and project locations plans (This sheet may be combined
with the Title sheet for small projects.) (T)
c)
Removal/Demolition drawings (see discussion below) (R or D)
d)
Civil, including utilities, pump stations and similar facilities (C)
e)
Soil Boring Plans and Logs (B)
f)
Landscape (L)
g)
Architectural, including interior design (A)
h)
Structural (S)
i)
Mechanical (HVAC) (M)
j)
Plumbing (P)
k)
Electrical (E)
l)
Fire Protection (FP)
m)
Equipment (EQ) (see discussion below)
10.5.2
Drawings for Projects using Site Adapt Designs
The A/E shall prepare project drawings for repetitive type facilities to
enable site adaptation for another location with minimal revisions.
Accordingly, all details pertaining to the project site, such as location
maps, site plans, utility plans, soil boring logs, foundation plans and
foundation details shall be shown on sheets separate from those showing the
primary facility.
10.5.3
Existing Conditions and Removal/Demolition Drawings
EXCEPT FOR SPECIAL INSTANCES, THE GOVERNMENT CANNOT REQUIRE CONSTRUCTION
CONTRACTORS TO VISIT THE PROJECT SITE PRIOR TO SUBMITTING A BID.  Therefore,
it is imperative that existing site conditions and items to be removed or
altered be shown on the drawings (and described in the specifications) in
adequate detail to allow a contractor to bid that portion of the work.
For projects involving extensive amounts of removal or demolition work (eg.,
major rehabilitations or alterations, demolition of buildings or structures,
extensive asbestos removal, etc.), such removals and demolition details shall
be shown on separate drawings.  Such drawings shall clearly indicate the type,
extent, and description of material of removal or demolition work, including
construction phasing requirements where necessary.  For example, if paving is
to be removed, the type and thickness and if concrete, whether or not it is
reinforced must be shown.  Buildings to be demolished must be completely
described, including number of stories, type of construction, extent of
foundation removal, and utility disconnection.  New work, including new
buildings or structures, shall not be shown on removal or demolition drawings.
For more information, see the chapter titled "Site Investigation Services".
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