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7.1  GENERAL:  The basic criteria for the preparation of drawings are
contained in MIL-HDBK-1006/1, "Policy and Procedures for Construction
Drawings and Specification Preparation".  See Appendix C.  In accordance
with Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense memo of 28 Dec 95, all new
contracts should require drawings be submitted in CADD format.  Refer to
PACNAVFACENGCOM "Metric Guide for Contract Document Preparation" for metric
units (SI International).
7.2  60% DRAWINGS:  Drawings brought to a level of completion to
sufficiently delineate the scope of work and give a strong indication of
what is expected on the final design.  The architectural and engineering
drawings shall be developed to a uniform level so that the entire project
can be reviewed for conformance with authorized scope and appropriate
design criteria.  Show all major items of work to preclude any "surprises"
at the 100% submission.  Include, as appropriate:
Site Data:
Based on a 100% complete field survey.  Location Map:  Clearly show the location of the activity (station,
camp, base, etc.) in a map of the region or State.  If the activity is on a
small island, such as Diego Garcia, show the island and the surrounding
continents.  For Hawaii projects, only the island on which the activity is
located need be shown.  Vicinity Map:  Clearly show the project site with the existing
structures in the vicinity of the project.  Show the routes the Contractor
may use, from the main gate to the project site; this route will normally
be the most direct route to the site.  Where possible, school, housing, and
other areas with a large number of people shall be avoided.  Where
applicable, show locations of borrow areas, disposal areas, Contractor
storage areas or buildings.
Site Map:
a.  Clearly show all structures, access roads, parking topography,
survey control points, bench marks, drainage, roads and sidewalks, routing
of water, sewer, gas, and other utilities.  All new work shall be shown or
indicated such that the reader can determine the entire scope of the kinds
of construction involved by looking at this map.
b.  Topographic data must extend sufficiently beyond the limits of new
construction to demonstrate that the design drainage is adequate.
Boring Logs:
a.  Cross Sections:  Where earthwork cuts and fills are involved and
are to be shown by cross sections, submit at least one drawing to show the
method of presentation, scale, labeling, etc., proposed to be used.
Plan and Profiles:
a.  Provide plans and profiles of all utilities to show obstructions
that will be encountered on the route and ensure the laying of pipe to the
slope required by criteria is possible.  Show manholes and lift stations
required with capacities and critical elevations.  Show connection points


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