1 January 2005
with change 25 October 2006
facility lightning risk index Nd > Nc based on NFPA 780. Coordinate lightning protection
and grounding with information systems requirements.
3-10.3.4.3 Power connections to any SCIF room should be provided from a
disconnect switch connected ahead of the main switch.
3-10.3.4.4 Consider providing power for video projector and including public address
system with a microphone in any large conference room.
3-10.3.4.5 Provide multi-outlet raceway, based on Tenant requirements, with
receptacles in photo lab, NOC/IT, armorers rooms, weapons repair and electrical/
Provide a minimum of 4 receptacles in reproduction rooms.
and special office equipment. Verify whether Tenants have any equipment with special
3-10.3.4.8 Provide intrusion detection system (IDS) in arms vaults and AGCCS.
Provide power supply for the IDS controller. \ If on-post, transmit alarm signal to
Provost Marshals Office. If off-post transmit alarm signal to Fort McCoy./2/
located in hazardous areas of maintenance shop workbays
should be mounted at a minimum of 18 inches (460 mm) above finished floor. \ All
adjoining specs must be designed to meet NFPA 70 Article 511 or designed to be non-
3-10.3.4.10 A security light outside the arms vaults shall be provided. This light \
shall/2/ be wired ahead of any switches \ and be vandal-proof./2/
3-10.4.1 A/E should determine the local telephone service provider in the area. A/E
should record the company name, address, contact person, telephone number, e-mail
address, and any discussions concerning service, requirements and costs. A/E should
furnish a preliminary site plan with proposed telephone service conduit routing and
estimated number of telephone instruments to the telephone company or local base.
3-10.4.2 Underground telephone service conduit, 4 in (103 mm) diameter should be
installed from the main telephone terminal board to the property line. Telephone service
cable normally furnished and installed by the local telephone utility company.
3-10.4.3 Verify service needs for telephone switch with the Tenants; USAR preference
is for utility-provided switching, either remote or through a leased on-site switch. If Using
Service approves an USAR Installation-purchased switch, verify switch specifications
and coordinate with communications design.
\ If purchased on the construction