126.96.36.199 Fuel: Describe pipe sizes, flow rates, pressures, quantity and
188.8.131.52 Steam: Describe pipe sizes, flow rates, pressures, quantity and
quality for both steam and condensate return.
184.108.40.206 Electric: Describe the design characteristics, phase, voltage,
current and power. Also include the estimated peak demand, energy
requirement and future growth.
5.24.6 Projects Requiring a New Utilities Service Contract:
same information as above.
5.24.7 Coordination with PACNAVFACENGCOM Commercial Utilities Branch: The
Navy utility service contracts are negotiated agreements and are the
responsibility of the PACNAVFACENGCOM Commercial Utilities Branch;
therefore, contacts with commercial utility companies regarding Navy
projects must be coordinated with that office. Additionally, identify
projects requiring long lead time for construction by a utility company.
5.25.1 General: Design projects involving physical security hardening or
improvements utilizing the concepts outlined in MIL-HDBK-1013/1, "Design
Guidelines for Physical Security of Fixed Land-Based Facilities." The type
of facility will dictate which reference criteria will apply, such as,
OPNAVINST 5530.13, "Physical Security Instructions for Sensitive
Security and Loss Prevention Manual" and OPNAVINST 5330.15, "Military
Police Physical Security." There may be inconsistencies in the specific
criteria which will have to be resolved by the PDE. Some of the facilities
with a requirement for physical security are as follows:
Weapons and Explosives Storage Facilities
Ready Service Lockers
Terminal Equipment Buildings
Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities
Other Controlled Areas
5.25.2 Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS): Provide the design of the
conduit system, electrical power, and monitor station to support the IDS
system for MILCON/MCON projects. Coordinate requirements with NAVELEXCEN
Charleston through the PDE. Check with the PDE to determine design
responsibilities for other than MILCON/MCON projects.
220.127.116.11 Identification of IDS Requirements: Often IDS requirements are
not specifically identified in the 1391 forwarded during the initial
planning phase of a project. Early query of IDS requirements will provide
the activity time to investigate and confirm with their Security Officer
whether IDS is a requirement for their new facility and to determine
specific IDS systems components required. The current goal is to install
uniform types of IDS components, large and small systems, for ease in