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[Amendment No. ____ to]
Appendix "A"
Code 40__/____
N62472-__-C-____
Date (Revised)
consumption to the maximum extent feasible and economically justifiable.]
(2)
Load calculations for HVAC design shall be based on the following weather data:
Location
________________________________________
Elevation
____________ feet
Winter Design Data - Heating
Degree Days
__________ annual
Dry Bulb Temp. [(97.5%)][(99.0%)]
__________ degrees F
Prevailing Wind Direction
__________
Mean Wind Speed
__________ knots
Summer Design Data - Air Conditioning
Dry Bulb Temp. [(2.5%)][(1.0%)]
__________ degrees F
Mean Coincident Wet Bulb (MCWB)
__________ degrees F
Mean Daily Range
__________ degrees F
Prevailing Wind Direction
__________
Summer Criteria Data - Air Conditioning
Dry
Bulb
Temp.
greater
than
93
degrees
F
______
hours
Dry
Bulb
Temp.
greater
than
80
degrees
F
______
hours
Wet
Bulb
Temp.
greater
than
73
degrees
F
______
hours
Wet
Bulb
Temp.
greater
than
67
degrees
F
______
hours
(3)
Metering of primary energy sources (fuel, electricity, steam, etc.) [is
required] [is not required].[In addition, energy consuming
mechanical/electrical systems within the building shall be designed to for
future submetering for HVAC, lighting, multiple tenants, etc.]
1.2.2.4
Facilities Protection:
(1)
Fire Protection:  The A/E shall design the project(s) in accordance with Navy
fire protection criteria.
(2)
System Safety:  [The government prepared Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA) has
assigned a Risk Assessment Code (RAC) of ____ to this project.  The A/E shall
prepare a Hazards Resolution Report [and Hazards Analysis Report] as part of
the Basis of Design as specified in the A/E Guide.][Preparation of a Hazards
Resolution Report is not required for the project(s).]
(3)
Physical Security and Loss Prevention:  The project [is][is in][contains][does
not involve] a secure area.  The A/E shall prepare a narrative report of the
physical security and loss prevention measures incorporated in the design as
part of the Basis of Design as specified in the A/E Guide.]
(4)
Industrial Hygiene:  Suspected potential health hazards involved in this
project include [asbestos] [lead paint] [lead contamination] [soil
contamination] [volatile organic compounds] [poor ventilation]
[_______________] in the areas of [______________].  The A/E shall investigate
and report on the method of solution to these hazards as specified herein and
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