6.2.2 Sources Of Design Criteria
Design in accordance with Military Publications, Criteria Manuals, Instructions or Policies.
Design that is beyond the scope of these documents shall be in accord with the 1997
editions of the UNIFORM BUILDING CODE (UBC), including the UNIFORM MECHANICAL
CODE, the UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE and the UNIFORM CODE FOR BUILDING
6.3 GENERAL INFORMATION
6.3.1 Regional Shore Infrastructure Plans / Station Master Plans
The RSIP for the Southwest Region is under development. It contains high level program
and facilities information. Both the RSIP and Activity Master Plans (if available) should be
consulted and complied with for functional relationships and project design.
184.108.40.206 Base Exterior Architecture Plan (BEAP)
The BEAP is an addendum to the Station Master Plan and contains site specific design
recommendations. The A-E shall follow the recommendations of the Activity BEAP in
project design responding to functional and aesthetic requirements.
a. Describe the design guidelines that pertain to this project and describe how the
proposed design incorporates these guidelines into the project design. Explain any
220.127.116.11 Site Planning
a. Physical Features. Describe the historic considerations, topography, solar
exposure, prevailing breezes, storm exposure, natural beauty of the site, prevalent
noise, odors, dust, soil types and possibility of contamination, and a description of
nearby buildings at the existing site.
b. Orientation. Describe how the proposed design takes advantage of, or is
compatible with, the physical features of the site; how the design impacts upon
energy conservation measures; how the design minimizes existing hazards and
nuisance effects; and, how the proposed structure(s) harmonize, or are compatible
with, the existing nearby buildings.
c. Circulation/Traffic Patterns. Describe pedestrian and vehicular traffic patterns as
they relate to the building. Estimate building traffic load. Describe shipping,
receiving and trash removal requirements.