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3. OBTAINING DESIGN CRITERIA: Most
CRITERIA: Department of Defense MIL-
of the documents listed in the "Index of Criteria"
HDBK-1190, "Facility Planning and Design
are available from the sources noted in the
Guide", contains the basic criteria applicable to
previous paragraph. However, upon request,
all Military Construction.
SOUTHNAVFACENGCOM will provide at no
NAVFAC instructions and publications have
cost to the A/E paper copies of NAVFAC
been developed to implement, clarify or
criteria listed in the "Index of Criteria" which are
supplement the data contained in the Guide.
needed to perform the contracted design, except
2. DESIGN CRITERIA: A/E shall design the
for NAVFAC Guide Specifications (NFGSs).
Regarding NFGSs, the A/E is responsible for
project in accordance with criteria listed in the
obtaining all necessary NFGSs listed in the "
current "SOUTHNAVFACENGCOM Index of
Index of Criteria" at his expense through the
Criteria" (Guide 00001), and with other criteria
CCB from NIBS; SOUTHNAVFACENGCOM
as may be provided by the PM. This "Index of
will provide only the interim Regional Revisions
Criteria" lists NAVFAC Guide Specifications,
to these guides (i.e., "pink sheets").
Design Manuals (DMs), Military Handbooks
(MIL-HDBKs), and other types of criteria
4. SUPPLEMENTAL DESIGN CRI-TERIA:
documents. The "Index of Criteria" can only be
When necessary for projects, the following will
obtained from SOUTHNAVFACENGCOM. In
be provided by SOUTHNAVFACENGCOM:
the event information contained in a DM or
a. When available, pertinent information
SOUTHNAVFAC-ENGCOM criteria, the
relative to the project which has been
current criteria shall govern.
developed and would be beneficial to the A/E
in preparation of drawings and specifications
The Compact Disc-Read Only Memory (CD-
(e.g., studies, previously prepared drawings,
ROM) system titled Construction Criteria Base
topographical maps, soils and other data
(CCB), distributed by the National Institute of
relative to site conditions, existing structures
Building Sciences (NIBS), includes most of the
criteria used for SOUTHNAVFACENGCOM
Other sources are the Defense
b.Standard Designs (SDs), when applicable:
Philadelphia for DOD standardization documents
Standard structures (mandatory
(such as military standards, military handbooks,
etc.) and National Technical Information Service
(NTIS) for non-standardization documents (such
as design manuals, P-publications, etc.).
Addresses for these organizations and document
ordering information are provided in Paragraph