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3.10.1 Color Freehand Renderings
The color rendering shall have a minimum overall dimensions of 24" x 16" (610 mm x 410
mm) exclusive of lettering, matting and framing. The rendering shall be mounted under
glare reducing glass in a sturdy one inch (minimum) flat top black metal or wood frame.
One (1) 16" x 20" (400mm x 500mm) Ektachrome print; one (1) 4" x 5" (100mm x
120mm) color negative and one (1) 2" x 2" (50mm x 50mm) color slide shall be provided
of the rendering. A perspective sketch of the proposed rendering shall be submitted to the
PL for approval before the final rendering is started.
3.10.2 Color CADD Daytime Renderings
The A-E shall provide the CADD rendering. The rendering shall be mounted in a dark
wooden frame with non-glare glass. Provide one (1) 16" x 20" (400mm x 500mm) copy;
(1) 8" x 10" (200mm x 250mm) color print; (1) color slide; (1) color negative; and one (1)
copy of magnetic media using high density 3 " (90mm) disks compatible with AutoCAD
Release 12 or Intergraph Microstation 5.0. For more information, see Attachment B.
MIL-HDBK 1190 Facility Planning and Design Guide and NAV PUB P-442 Economic
Analysis Handbook apply. The A-E shall prepare a report addressing the HVAC systems
and energy conserving features and techniques to be utilized in the design of the project.
The report shall include the building systems energy analysis and life cycle cost analysis.
The energy analysis shall focus on all air conditioning and heating design factors such as
insulation, building orientation, solar shading, size, type and location of glazing, lighting,
day-lighting, types of HVAC systems, and energy recovery equipment. The life cycle cost
analysis shall consider construction, energy, maintenance and operating costs. The report
shall be used in determining the most energy efficient and cost effective system based on
the life cycle cost analysis prior to initiating a fixed design. The report shall support the
design decisions incorporated in the final design. If the design is changed significantly,
then the energy report shall be redone to reflect the new conditions.
a. The number and types of alternatives to be analyzed will be based on the project
information provided in the scope of work. Prior to starting the analysis the A-E
shall submit the proposed system alternatives for approval.
b. After approval of the proposed system alternatives, the A-E shall performed a
computerized energy analysis for any new or rehabilitated building that is
conditioned and exceeds 3,000 square feet (278 sq. m.) of gross floor area. The
computer program shall be a professionally recognized and Command approved
computer program that integrates architectural features with air conditioning,
heating, lighting, and other energy producing or consuming systems, and will
perform 8760 hourly calculations. Alternately, buildings with 3,000 square feet (278


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