14 July 2004
Including changes 12 April 2005
manager needs to obtain a list of new building projects being planned or under
construction from the Base representative during the conversion process. The
NMCI Contractor representative will coordinate an NMCI Contractor review in
order to provide recommended design changes.
Navy Facilities Engineering Commands. Navy Facilities
Engineering Commands (NAVFACENGCOM), through respective engineering
field divisions/activities, will provide:
Review of the NMCI Contractor Build-out design, focusing on fire
protection, life safety and environmental regulation compliance.
Review of the NMCI Contractor's fire protection shop drawings.
Final Acceptance of newly installed or modified fire suppression
Review of special site-specific engineering reports provided by the
ROICC. NAVFACENGCOM Resident Officer in Charge of
Construction (ROICC) will provide the following support for Navy and Marine
Coordination of the government review of the NMCI Contractor
Build-out design including the receipt and distribution of designs
between all involved parties.
Limited construction start-up coordination and assistance similar to
what is provided for new construction projects, including pre-
construction conferences, utility outages, dig permits, security
passes, and lay-down areas.
Visits to the job site, as appropriate, to gain a perspective for jobsite
safety and reasonable assurance that construction complies with
the design. The ROICC has the authority to suspend work when
life-threatening safety violations or practices are observed.
Liaison and assistance with other station departments (i.e. public
works, security, environmental, and fire department) as required to
maintain construction progress.
Coordination and interface with other construction contracts in
vicinity of the NMCI Construction.
Coordination with the NMCI GFF manager's office at NAVFAC