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P-141, Change 3
April 1997
PART M: ON-SITE ANALYSIS
1. The A/E shall conduct an on-site project
d. conceptual  information  (graphically
analysis  conference  at  the  activity  to
organized and diagrammed)
e. refined
systematically define the project. The A/E's
quantitative
information
preparatory effort will include all preliminary
including
project
scope,
space
field and office work including: agenda,
allocations, built-in equipment including
questionnaires,  special  studies,  literary
systems furniture, parking, budgetary
surveys, code research, analysis of existing
cost estimate (primary and supporting
field conditions, building evaluations, visits to
facilities), etc.
f. summary project statements that reflect
similar facilities, and preliminary graphical
presentation material on data collected.
the unique qualitative aspects of the
project
2. A  comprehensive  look  at  project
g. gaming diagrams of spaces graphically
requirements is necessary to define and
illustrating  spatial  proportions  and
organize  program  elements  and  design
relationship
h. outstanding issues to be resolved with
features before beginning the schematic
design.
The  intent  is  to  enhance
indication of responsibility
i. total  team  consensus  on  project
communications among team members; to
analyze and address all facts, concepts, issues,
definition (all of the above)
and priorities pertaining to the project; and
3. The A/E will completely document the
understand the goals, objectives, processes,
and relationships of the users being served.
project analysis conference (a.- i.) in 8 1/2" by
The  project  analysis  conference  and
11" format describing the customer's goals and
documentation will address as a minimum:
objectives,
project
data,
conceptual
considerations,  quantitative  needs,  and
a. project goals and objectives
summary project statements. It will include
b. graphic analysis of project site, existing
the organization and analysis of interview
facilities, and other pertinent factual data
results, questionnaire summaries, investigative
c. interviews, focus groups, and work
reports,  economic  considerations,  cost
sessions with user groups and key
summary,  outstanding  issues,  conference
decision makers
minutes, and other project information and
data. The information in the document shall
be the result of a collaborative effort by the
total project team.
DELIVERABLES
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