6-3.1 INTERIOR DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
I n t e r i o r design features shall be developed in
All features of the building
coordination with the architectural design.
relative to the interior design, whether they are furnished and installed
a s part of the construction contract or later provided by the using
G r a p h i c design and
s e r v i c e , wilI be developed as an overall scheme.
s i g n a g e wiII be included as part of the overall design to identify
activities with the using service and the installation.
T h e costs of all items of equipment and
f u r n i s h i n g s which are permanently buiIt-in or attached to the structure,
a s defined in AR 415-17, are normalIy considered part of the construction
O t h e r items which are loose, portable or can be detached from
t h e s t r u c t u r e w i t h o u t t o o l s , a r e generalIy provided by the using service
u n d e r separate contract.
Interior building surfaces, paint colors, floor
c o v e r i n g s , window coverings as required, graphics and signage wilI be
specified as part of the construction contract in coordination with the
Furniture shall be identified for procurement by others.
6 - 3 . 1 . 3 Mandatory Sources:
S o u r c e s for selection and procurement of
f u r n i s h i n g s are listed in the GSA Periodical Listing of National and
R e g i o n a l Federal Supply Schedules, t h e Federal Prison Industries Schedule
of Products and the GSA Supply Catalog.
P r o c u r e m e n t by the using-service
f r o m these sources is mandatory insofar as the items covered meet
F o r items not listed in the mandatory sources above, but
w h i c h are part of the overalI design scheme, appropriate guidance wilI be
p r o v i d e d for procurement by the using service. Mandatory source schedules
N e w items will
a n d catalogs must be reviewed carefulIy for their currency.
b e found under New Item Introductory Schedule (NIIS) in the Periodical
L i s t i n g , mentioned above.
D r a w i n g s and schedules concerning items not included
i n the construction contract must be provided in a format that can be
r e a d i I y issued to and be understood by instalIation personnel who are
r e s p o n s i b l e for procurement, a n d personnel who are responsible for
D i s p l a y sheets
c o m p o n e n t placement and utiIization after delivery.
consisting of placement plans, catalog ilIustrations, material/color
s a m p l e s and perspective sketches of typical spaces; together with
p r o c u r e m e n t l i s t s , s o u r c e data and cost estimates wilI be developed as
appropriate to accomplish this objective.
C l e a r coordination between
t h e s e drawings and schedules, a n d the finish schedules under the
c o n s t r u c t i o n contract must be evident.