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Provide streetscape repair and improvements.
Provide community amenities.
Improve heating, air conditioning, and domestic hot water generating
Upon release of this UFC, the Army will update UFC 4-711-02A, Design:
Family Housing to implement this UFC for one-step turnkey application.
This UFC was formerly the Army publication TI 801-02 Technical
Instructions, Family Housing.
Air Force Family Housing Guide for Planning, Programming, Design, and
MCO P11000.22 Marine Corps Housing Management Manual.
This UFC applies to all Service elements and contractors preparing project
specifications. This UFC applies to all DoD family housing facilities. It is applicable to
all methods of project delivery.
Standards and Criteria.
This UFC outlines standards and criteria pertaining to acquisition, design, construction,
improvement, and repair of military family housing in the United States, its possessions,
and foreign countries.
Improvements Based on Criteria.
Current criteria should be used to the extent that it corrects or remedies any health and
safety, and major livability deficiencies. Projects should not be created for the sole
purpose of meeting this UFC.
The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, and subsequent Executive Orders,
require the Government to take into account historic housing facilities listed on, or are
eligible for listing on, the National Register of Historic Places. Responsibility for the
majority of preservation duties falls to each installation. Maintenance, improvement, or
repair of historic quarters, must comply with applicable DoD Directives and Instructions
(see References). Coordinate work planned for historically significant quarters with
State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), and with local historic preservation officials.