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(a) NAVFACINST 11010.44D
(b) CNO ltr Ser 454C/34394544 of 14 Dec 1983
(c) NAVFACINST 5100.11E
(d) NAVFACINST 11010.32F
(e) NAVFAC DN-5.8
(f) NAVFAC DM-3.15
(g) MIL-H-46855B
(h) NAVFACINST 11010.14N
(i) NAVFAC P-68
(j) NAVFACINST 11013.39
Construction projects at shore facilities are initiated by the
activities.  The early investigations and preliminary engineering studies
to define the needs and provide documentation for the Facility Study and
DD Form 1391 development are the responsibility of the activity and its
major claimant.  From this point, after the project is included in a
specific fiscal year program, Naval Facilities Engineering Command
(NAVFACENGCOM) takes over and carries it through design and
construction.  After construction is complete, the facility is turned
over to the user.  This typical procedure proved to be inadequate for the
more complex industrial projects.  Therefore, to better serve the needs
of the facility users, to ascertain that all aspects of the project are
considered and to ensure that the facility is functioning as intended, a
modified approach will be followed for industrial projects which involve
complex processes or hazardous/toxic materials subject to regulation.
This modified approach is described in the following guidelines. For a
schematic, showing the sequence of events for projects which involve
complex processes, see Figure 1.
B.  These guidelines are intended for MCON projects; however, they
also can be followed for non-MCON projects.  The described team approach,
with representatives from the activity, Engineering Field Division (EFD)
and NAVFACENGCOMHQ, if needed, will be implemented.  In addition, a few
key projects, identified by NAVFACENGCOMHQ, will either be reviewed at
NAVFACENGCOMHQ, or by a formally established acquisition team. For these
projects, the guidelines provide submission requirements.
C.  NAVFACENGCOM will execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
with claimants to identify management procedures, specific project
responsibilities and coordination procedures to be followed.  As part of
the MOU, the claimants will notify NAVFACENGCOM at a very early stage of
the projects addressed here to allow the formation of the project teams
after submission of Preliminary DD Form 1391 and inclusion of the project
in the 5-year program.  The formation of these teams and scheduling the
preliminary engineering studies are EFD responsibilities. The major
tasks of the project teams are shown on Figure 2. Also, this figure can
be used to keep track of each project until completion.
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