16 APRIL 2004
Amenities and Services
Situate the building such that the entrance and other architecturally distinctive features are
clearly visible from adjacent roadways.
Provide building and site signage, in accordance with installation standards, to clearly
identify the Center.
Provide marked parking and access for persons with disabilities at the main entrance and
any other public entrances. Consider providing a canopy at the main entrance.
Provide vehicular access to the main entrance drop-off area, the parking, and services
entrances. Separate patron access from service access. Note the force protection
restrictions cited above.
Provide landscaping using native planting and materials, and consistent with installation
planning guidelines. Coordinate with force protection standards.
Provide free-standing exterior lighting at the building, outdoor activities, and parking areas
for nighttime site use, security, building definition, and identification.
Proximity of the Center to existing utility systems can reduce development costs. Provide
water, sanitary and storm systems, plus natural gas, steam service or fuel oil system as
appropriate to the installation.
Provide electric, telephone and communications, and fire alarm service to the building.
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