14 July 2004
Including changes 12 April 2005
Environmental concerns: Such as Asbestos, Lead-Based Paint,
State Historic Preservation Offices, Natural/Cultural Resources.
ISP/OSP testing and measurement.
Telecommunications Room/Work Area measurements.
Life safety and fire protection requirements.
Detailed Design. The result of the detailed survey will be a
detailed design consisting of 80% to 100% construction drawings as well as
detailed information on all aspects of the infrastructure build-out. The detailed
design will include:
Detailed design and construction drawings for inside and outside
The complete logical network design also called the Base
Construction drawings and floor plans for each affected room.
The detailed design is an internal NMCI Contractor documentation
package, which is reviewed for completeness and accuracy. It provides the
information for the follow-on command briefings that occur prior to seat roll.
Pre-Construction Meeting 2. A second pre-construction meeting
will be organized and held by the NMCI Contractor to review the construction
aspects of the detailed design. This meeting is to solicit input from the Command
on health and safety issues, compatibility with existing facilities, adherence to
good commercial practice, communications security and other security criteria
and to insure that the on base parties are informed on all aspects of the design.
A technical review of the NMCI contractor's design is not the responsibility of the
Government, except for life safety and fire protection requirements. Therefore,
most design decisions will be the responsibility of the NMCI Contractor. Included
in the discussion will be timelines, roles and responsibilities, work required,
scheduling of fire protection submittals, and permitting.
PHASE 4 IMPLEMENTATION. Due to seat rollout schedules,
some aspects of the construction may begin earlier in the process. If the work is
being phased additional pre-construction meetings may be required to insure that
all parties are properly informed of the work being performed. Production
meetings between ROICC, PW, and the NMCI Contractor must be held on a
regular basis; initially, once a week.