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P-141, Change 3
April 1997
L. COMPREHENSIVE
INTERIOR
include an overall presentation of large
DESIGN (CID)
scale boards of furniture illustrations,
furnishings  finishes  and  fabrics,
1. CID, when included in the SOW, can be
formatted to communicate the design
to the customer in a clear and
accomplished either concurrently with the
aesthetically pleasing way. Review of
facility design or following the facility design.
the visuals by the Project Interior
2. CID services involve the development of a
Designer before the presentation may
be required.
functional interior design which is based on
the customer's requirements for the initial
d) The Pre-Final Submittal consists of the
outfitting of the facility.
This effort is
concept brochure with any revisions
accomplished by an interior designer through
resulting from the concept presentation
in-depth discussions with the customer using
along with the addition of purchasing
an  exchange  of  information  and  the
information.
introduction  of  aesthetically  appropriate
interior design solutions which are fully
e) The Final Submittal consists of all
integrated with the facility design. Plans and
specifications of the final approved solution
elements of the Pre-final Submittal
shall ultimately be developed. The following
along with the addition of the Design
series of events and submittals, as scheduled in
and Outfitting Cost Data Report
the SOW, are directed by the Southern
consisting of CID service costs per
Division project interior designer:
square  meter  and  furniture  and
furnishings costs per square meter or
a) CID
per room.
customer
interviews
are
conducted  by  the  A/E  Interior
3. Optional CID services that may be
Designer at the activity with the end
user representatives.
required are:
b) The Concept Submittal is based on the
a) Review of CID vendor/contractor
A/E Interior Designer's solutions to
submittals
b) Post occupancy evaluation
the
information
gathered
and
c) Furniture and furnishings installation
requirements
identified
at
the
interviews. The design is developed in
inspection
d) Interior photography of installation
accordance with military procurement
e) Post award furniture and furnishings
regulations.
purchasing documents up-date
c) The Concept Presentation is conducted
f) Field Consultation
by the A/E Interior Designer at the
activity to the end user representatives.
Along  with  the  CID  Concept
Brochure,  the  presentation  shall
REQUIREMENTS AND OPTIONS
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