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SECTION 18
AIR FORCE REQUIREMENTS
1. GENERAL:
that results in an approved schematic design.
PD documentation is used as the basis of a
1.1 TERMINOLOGY: Due to differences in
request to Congress for authorization to
construct a facility under the Military
terminology between the Navy and Air Force, all
Construction Program.
references throughout the A/E Guide to the
following terms should be changed as indicated:
SECTION 5 - RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE
A/E:
a. Project Engineering and PE to Project
Definition and PD
Add the following supplemental information to
b. Schematic  Design  Submittal  to  PD
the requirements of Paragraph 2, "Scope
Submittal  (includes  Preliminary  PD
Limitations",  and  Paragraph  4,  "Cost
Submittal,  Final  PD  Submittal,  and
Limitations":
Corrected Final PD Submittal)
c. 100% Submittal to 90% Submittal
COST AND SCOPE LIMITATIONS:
d. Public Works (PW) to Base Civil Engineer
The A/E is responsible for developing
(BCE)
e. Major Claimant to Major Command
project definition for a project that is
completely
functional,
maintainable,
1.2 SUBMITTAL FORMAT:  For those
operational, and within the cost and scope
constraints for this project. If at any time the
Navy Schematic Submittals which require 8-1/2"
Architect-Engineer (A/E) determines that the
x 11" format, an acceptable alternative for
estimated construction cost or scope of the
comparable Air Force PD Submittals is 8-1/2" x
project exceeds, or is likely to exceed, the
estimated construction contract price, or
2. ADDITIONS/CHANGES TO PREVI-
scope set forth in this Statement of Work,
OUS SECTIONS OF THIS A/E GUIDE:
the A/E shall report this fact in writing to the
Contracting Officer and submit a control
SECTION  3  -  DEFINITIONS
AND
estimate and recommendations for reducing
ABBREVIATIONS:
the project's cost and/or scope to within the
established limits. Any proposed deviation
Add the following:
from criteria must be approved prior to
implementation.
BASE CIVIL ENGINEER (BCE): The
BCE is the design/engineering agent at the
activity.
PROJECT DEFINITION (PD) PHASE:
The preliminary design phase of a project
AIR FORCE REQUIREMENTS
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