l) Strong color, coupled with texture, can camouflage undesirable
m) Colors affect and modify one another. Therefore, it is
necessary to give careful consideration to the effects of one color on another.
o) Colors of deep value in too great a quantity will make the walls
of a room appear heavy; pale colors will impart a feeling of lightness and
Signage. A sign system shall be provided for direction,
identification, and regulation of spaces. Both interior and exterior signs
shall be included to orient, direct, and control pedestrian and vehicular
traffic (refer to NAVFAC NFGS-10440, Signs).
Vending/Cafeteria Area. The Randolph Sheppard Act requires that an
invitation be given to blind vendors to establish a vending or cafeteria area
within the building.
Access for the Physically Handicapped. The building shall be
designed to ensure accessibility for the physically handicapped in accordance
with the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards, Federal Register, Vol. 49,
No. 153, August 7, 1984, and MIL-HDBK-1190.
Security. Identify all areas requiring physical security with the
user agency of the specific administration facility; security provisions shall
be in compliance with MIL-HDBK-1013/1, Physical Security. Some areas in
administration buildings have special requirements for excluding unauthorized
Coordinate with the project sponsor to obtain applicable security
General requirements for physical security are included in
OPNAVINST 5530.14A, Physical Security and Loss Prevention Manual, Office of
the Chief of Naval Operations, 16 September 1985. OPNAVINST 5510.16,
Information and Personnel Security Program Regulations, Office of the Chief of
Naval Operations, shall apply for classified information. All areas' requiring
security measures should be grouped together to facilitate control. These
restricted areas are classified as follows:
126.96.36.199 Exclusion Area. An exclusion area is an area containing classified
information of such nature that access to the area constitutes, for all
practical purposes, access to classified information.
188.8.131.52 Limited Area. A limited area is defined as an area containing
to the classified information, but within which access may be prevented by
escort and other internal restrictions and controls.
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