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load tests, if necessary.
i)  Conduct hydrant flow tests (for projects involving new
facilities, major rehabilitations or sprinkler work).
j)  Determine availability of existing utilities and points of
connection as follows:
The A/E shall consult with the NORTHDIV Public Works Services
Division (through the cognizant DM) on all matters affecting existing
or new utilities at a particular ACTIVITY as they pertain to a
particular project.
For "on-base" projects, the A/E shall visit the site, review existing
utility drawings and talk to ACTIVITY representatives to determine
tentative points of connection (or alternatives) for utility
services.  The tentative points of connection shall be noted on the
Utility Data Sheets (see Attachment 15A to this chapter) and on a
site plan.  The government will verify the points of connection and
adequacy of utilities and return sketches and/or comments as
appropriate to the A/E indicating points of connection and certifying
adequacy of utilities.  Electrical fault current at the point of
connection will be provided to the A/E by the government.
For "off-base" projects, the A/E shall contact appropriate utility
company representatives as necessary to determine the nearest
location and characteristics of service facilities capable of
supplying requirements.  Such contacts should be made on an
information basis only.  CAUTION SHOULD BE EXERCISED TO AVOID ANY
IMPLIED COMMITMENT ON THE PART OF THE NAVY FOR ANY PLANNED
REQUIREMENTS.  Also, feasibility studies conducted should be based on
cost-of-service information (unit cost values) provided by NORTHDIV
in lieu of published or quoted rates of the supplier.  The cost of
utility service for use in feasibility studies and information
concerning selection of fuel will be furnished by NORTHDIV upon
request.
15.3.3
Site Investigation Report
The site investigation report shall summarize the results of the
existing conditions survey.  The report shall include the following:
a)  Descriptions of existing site features, both surface and
subsurface, which affect project siting and design.  Include
statements as to how the locations of such features (utilities,
structures, paving, outcrops, tracks, etc.) have been verified.  For
projects involving new buildings, include photographs of surrounding
significant buildings, site features, landmarks, etc. which impact
the design of the new building.  (NOTE:  SLIDES OF SUCH FEATURES ARE
TO BE PRESENTED AT THE SCHEMATIC PRESENTATION AND ARE ALSO TO BE
INCLUDED IN THE SCHEMATIC SUBMISSION AS PART OF THE DESIGN ANALYSIS
FOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN.  SEE THE CHAPTER TITLED "ARCHITECTURAL
DESIGN".)
b)  Descriptions of existing structures or items requiring
renovation or removal, including hazardous materials.
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