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23.2.5.1
General
The A/E shall prepare record drawings showing "as-built" conditions upon
completion of construction.
A record of all changes to or deviations from the contract drawings occurring
during construction will be made by the Construction Contractor on a set of
marked-up full-size prints maintained at the job site.  At the conclusion of
the project construction and upon receipt of the set of marked-up prints from
the ROICC, the DM will forward the original mylars of all contract drawings
and the set of marked-up prints to the A/E.  The A/E shall correct the
original mylars to reflect the "as-built" changes indicated on the marked-up
prints.  The A/E shall prepare and deliver original record drawings showing
"as-built" conditions to the government not later than 30 calendar days from
the time of A/E receipt of the marked-up set of prints.  The A/E shall forward
the record drawing mylars and the set of marked-up prints to the DM.
23.2.5.2
Drafting Procedures for Record Drawings
The original mylars shall be corrected to reflect "as-built" conditions as
follows:
a)  Deleted or superseded portions of the drawings shall be crossed out
or erased.
b)  When optional methods of construction are shown, the method not used
shall be crossed out and noted "not built".  Work previously crossed out and
noted "omit" or "not in contract" shall remain.
c)  Previous revision symbols and circles on the original mylars shall
remain.  Revision data shall remain in the revision space.
d)  Place the note "Changed to As-Built" in the description column of
the revision block of each changed mylar.  When no changes to a mylar are
necessary, place the words "As-Built, No Changes" in the revision block.
e)  Date, initial and stamp "RECORD DRAWING" on each mylar.  NORTHDIV
will sign the record drawings in the revision block.  All record drawing
mylars shall be dated the same.
23.2.6
Operation and Maintenance and Support Information (OMSI) Manuals
The A/E shall develop an Operation and Maintenance and Support Information
(OMSI) Manual for the project.  The intent of the OMSI Manual is to promote
and maximize the efficiency, economy, safety, and effectiveness of the life
cycle operation and maintenance of the facility.  The OMSI Manual provides the
ACTIVITY with clear, comprehensive data needed to safely and efficiently
operate and maintain the actual products and systems built into a facility.
The degree of information required in an OMSI Manual will vary depending on
the type of facility and the complexity of the systems involved:
a)  OMSI Manual (Type A):  A Type A OMSI Manual includes Operation,
Maintenance and Users' Manuals and is typically required for new facilities
having complex systems (eg., medical facilities).
b)  OMSI Manual (Type B):  A Type B OMSI Manual includes Operation and
Users' Manuals and is typically required for less complex new facilities where
proper operation of the facility or system is critical (eg., water storage
facilities).
c)
OMSI Manual (Type C):
A Type C OMSI Manual includes a Users' Manual
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