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e. Scaled building elevations. Indicate material finishes, texture and color number
as referenced in the Base Exterior Architecture Plan (BEAP).
f. A composite drawing will occasionally be required to illustrate the
inter-relationships of all design components in the same general space to eliminate
conflicts that might occur between building systems.
g. Structural, Mechanical and Electrical layouts to illustrate the facility design.
Develop all architectural and engineering drawings to a uniform level so that the entire
project may be reviewed for conformance with authorized scope and criteria. Combine
following drawings as appropriate for simplicity and clarification. For example, show
demolition plan and existing topography plan together unless complexities warrant more
7.4.1 Civil Drawings
Include the following:
a. Existing Topography
b. Demolition Plan
c. Site Plan
d. Grading Plan
e. Paving Plan
f. Utility Plan (including Fire Protection)
g. Retaining Wall Sections Existing Topography
Existing contours shall be plotted at one foot (0.3m) intervals and be clearly distinguishable
from new contours. On substantially flat areas where one foot contours are widely
separated, augment the topography with spot elevations. All spot elevations on the ground
shall be given to the nearest tenth of a foot, and on pavements or structures to the nearest
one hundredth of a foot. Scale shall be 1" = 20' (1:200) with scales of 1" = 40' (1:500) for
large area projects and 1" = 10' (1:100) for small area projects. The drawing shall be
oriented so that the North arrow is up or to the right on the drawing. The following shall be


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