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Design specifications shall include the above requirements for all CQC
review and approve contractor submitted fire protection system shop
drawings, catalog cuts, supporting calculations, etc.  PACNAVFACENGCOM Code
408 shall witness final acceptance tests of installed systems and will be
responsible for recommending acceptance or non-acceptance to the
Contracting Officer.  These provisions already exist in standard NAVFAC
Guide Specifications.
7.11  OKINAWA AND JAPAN:  The design A-E shall prepare "shop drawing
level" fire protection system drawings as an integral part of the contract
documents, i.e., performance plans/specifications are not to be used.  The
design A-E team shall use the services of a U.S. registered fire protection
engineer to design and prepare "shop drawing level" plans/specifications.
The design package shall be reviewed by PACNAVFACENGCOM Code 408 prior to
release for bidding.  No shop drawing reviews will be required during
construction as long as the Contracting Officer does not permit the
construction contractor to deviate from the A-E's original design.  If any
significant construction field changes occur, then shop drawings, catalog
cuts and supporting calculations will be forwarded to PACNAVFACENGCOM Code
408 for review and approval.
7.12  HAZARDOUS MATERIAL STORAGE:  The designer shall consult with
PACNAVFACENGCOM Code 408 for technical input as early in the design phase
as possible.  Fire protection criteria in this area is subject to
continuous change along with legalities involved EPA laws at city, state,
local and federal levels. 1-17


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