1 January 2005
with change 25 October 2006
Heating, occupied 68 degrees F (20 C); maintained and Storage Room
55 degrees F (13 C)
Cooling, occupied 78 degrees F (25C);
Ventilation comply with ASHRAE 62.1
Lighting 50 fc; dual-level switching; provide
additional controls at marker board
Folding tables and \ mid-back /2/ task chairs
\ Powered projection screen
Marker board with two inch (2") map rail; multiple marker boards provided
Two inch (2") map rail continuous around the perimeter of room.
Map rails to include end stops and hanger clips /2/
special features or considerations
Consider incandescent downlights with dimmer to 15 fc for room darkening
Provide room-darkening shades for windows
Verify if Tenants require CATV or permanent mount for LCD projection (TV and
projector would be Tenant-provided)
Though not a requirement, Tenants normally prefer no windows in this space
4-2.19.1 This space provides storage area for sensitive communication devices.
However, a security safe may be substituted and placed within a COMSEC training
room. If a safe is utilized, then the room design must provide sufficient space
surrounding the safe for circulation and door operation. The safe must be offset from the
wall 12 inches in order to open on two sides and swivel, thus requiring a slight increase
in floor space. Safes are provided by the Tenants, and weigh approximately 100 psf.
4-2.19.2 The door to a COMSEC storage room must be solid-core wood or hollow
metal industrial, lockable and without glazing. The strike plate must be heavy-duty, high-
security, and hinge screw length must be sufficient to resist removal by prying. Hinge
pins must be within the space, or non-removable. An electromechanical lock meeting
Federal Specification FF-L-2740 is required.
4-2.19.3 If a storage safe is not incorporated into the COMSEC training room, then the
Storage room space must be secure against surreptitious entry; provide gypsum board
walls from floor to ceiling, and a gypsum board ceiling, to provide visual evidence of any