14 July 2004
Including changes 12 April 2005
Building access requirements: Such as secure/un-secure buildings,
POP location and requirements (where applicable).
PHASE 2 -- JOINT ASSESSMENT/SURVEY. The joint
assessment or survey is a discovery process performed by NMCI Contractor with
representation from the Navy, to identify specific information within buildings that
are to have an NMCI presence and the infrastructure required to support those
seats. This step is a more detailed physical design of the network elements,
including inside plant and TR spaces, followed by review and verification. This
physical design provides the basis for the first pre-construction meeting. This
General infrastructure related measurements such as building
Identification of rooms and interior runs.
Identification of construction requirements.
Information Assurance high level survey.
High Level Design. The high level design will be completed by the
NMCI contractor in 15 working days following the Joint Assessment/Survey. It is
an internal NMCI Contractor program document package. This design will
include preliminary network topology, identification of closets, switches, and
potential reuse of inside and outside cable plant. It can be considered the
equivalent of a 30% design.
Pre-Construction Meeting 1. A pre-construction meeting will be
organized and conducted by the NMCI Contractor following the preparation of the
NMCI Contractor high-level design to achieve consensus on the design elements
with cognizant NMCI Contractor, ROICC, USMC G6 and Public Works
personnel. Formal construction drawings are not prepared for this meeting by
the NMCI Contractor. This meeting may proceed or follow the internal NMCI
Contractor high-level design briefings. Items to be discussed will include:
Buildings/closets that will receive equipment.
Outside Plant (OSP) and Inside Plant (ISP).