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conform to applicable codes and standards. The Standard Design
Air Force New construction of OCONUS dining facilities must
comply with Overseas Environmental Baseline Guidance Document
Navy & Marine Corps - New construction of OCONUS dining
facilities must follow the NAVSUP sample design drawings found
on the NAVSUP Website,
designs must conform to applicable codes and standards.
OCONUS construction may comply with additional requirements
based on location. The lead agency for Japan is the Army Corps of
Engineers, who serve as project coordinators between the
Government of Japan (GOJ) and the U.S. Government (USG.)
Facilities located in Hawaii will comply with CONUS requirements.
CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SITE PLANNING. For general design
guidance see UFC 2-600-01, Installation Design. Guidance for additional civil
engineering, site work, and related topics is provided in the following documents:
The Navy & Marine Corps use DM 5.01, Surveying; DM 5.4, Civil
; Mil-Hdbk-1005/3, Drainage Systems
UFC 3-230-02, Water Supply Systems; UFC 3-240-03, Wastewater
Treatment Systems; UFC 3-250-03, Standard Practice Manual for
Flexible Pavements and the appropriate Regional Civil Engineering
LANDSCAPE DESIGN. General design guidance for landscape
design is provided in the following documents:
Navy & Marine Corps in NAVFAC Publications P-904, Planting
& P-905, Planting and Establishment of Trees, Shrubs,
Ground Cover and Vines.
Army uses TM-5-803-13, Landscape Design and Planting Criteria.
Air Force uses USAF Landscape Design Guide, found at the
following Air Force web site:
Plant materials must be selected on the basis of hardiness and
degree of required maintenance. Avoid plants requiring frequent attention.