Truck Bottom Loading. Provide facilities only
capable of bottom loading of trucks. Army facilities that
routinely handle trucks that are not capable of bottom loading
must obtain approval for the addition of top loading
capability from the Army Service Headquarters. Refer to NFPA
77 and API RP 2003 for additional information and
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DOCUMENTATION
Equipment Operation and Maintenance Documentation.
In all construction and procurement contracts, require
operation and maintenance data for pieces of equipment which
require maintenance and/or which require setting, adjusting,
starting, stopping, calibrating, and similar operational
Operation and Maintenance Support Information
(OMSI). The determination to include a requirement for a
complete OMSI for new facilities or a major rehabilitation
will be made by the appropriate Service Headquarters.
PROTECTION AGAINST SEISMIC ACTIVITY. Design fuel
facility buildings and structures in accordance with NAVFAC
P-355, AFMAN 88-3, Chapter 13, and Corps TM 5-809-10. Design
aboveground vertical storage tanks in accordance with API Std
650, Appendix E, utilizing an importance factor of I = 1.25
for new tanks. Analyze flexible aboveground pipelines using
techniques to account for harmonic response.
STRUCTURAL DESIGN. Design all buildings and
structures in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1002 series or for
Corps of Engineer projects, EI 015010, Corps TM 5-809-2, Corps
TM 5-809-3, Corps TM 5-809-6, Corps TM 5-809-10, Corps TM 5-
809-10-1, and Corps TM 5-809-10-2.
AIRFIELD/AIRSPACE REQUIREMENTS. Incorporate
requirements for airfield and airspace clearances into all
construction documents for work near an airfield. Verify
compliance with MIL-HDBK-1021/1.