10 January 2005
including change 3, 13 April 2007
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
This UFC contains specific criteria for the design of Navy and Marine Corps
aircraft corrosion control and paint hangars. \ (Change 2 was deleted. /3/
Criteria for the design on maintenance hangars is contained in UFC 4-211-01N,
Design: Aircraft Maintenance Hangars: Type I and Type II and this UFC is based
on the basic design criteria it contains.
OTHER DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS.
Consult aircraft maintenance officers of shore activities throughout the design
effort. This ensures that technical requirements for specific aircraft maintenance
and testing procedures receive proper consideration. The facility must comply
with all requirements of UFC 1-200-01, Design: General Building Requirements.
Contact NAVFAC Engineering Innovation and Criteria Office for availability of
definitive design drawings. \ Drawings contained in appendix E should be used
for general guidance only and shall not overrule local facility requirements for
items such as maintenance and space requirements. /2/
Consult NAVFAC P-80, Facility Planning Criteria for Navy and Marine Corps
Shore Installations and MIL-HDBK-1190, Facility Planning.
Provide an intercommunicating two-way voice system, with use restricted to
maintenance and material management (3M.) Connect the system to the AIMD
officer, assistant officer and production control office; with each squadron hangar;
and the production control offices in the airframes shop, avionics shop, engine
maintenance shop, ground support equipment shop, aviation armaments shop
and aviation life support systems shop.
Energy conservation is a major consideration in the design of building envelopes,
mechanical systems, and electrical systems. Refer to UFC 3-400-01, Energy
Conservation, MIL-HDBK-1003/3: Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, and
Dehumidifying Systems and UFC 3-410-04N, Industrial Ventilation Systems.