Army Service Schools - indexArmy Service Schools - ufc_4_171_02a0001Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) - ufc_4_171_02a0002Foreword - ufc_4_171_02a0003Foreword - Cont'd - ufc_4_171_02a0004Foreword - Cont'd - ufc_4_171_02a0005List of Figures - ufc_4_171_02a0012List of Figures - Cont'd - ufc_4_171_02a0013Purpose - ufc_4_171_02a0015Emphasis - ufc_4_171_02a0016Functional.General - ufc_4_171_02a0018Figure 2-1 U.S. Army Service School Organization ChartPlanning the Service SchoolPlanning the Site.Figure 2-2 DD Form 1391Designing the Service SchoolFigure 2-3 School Siting, Sloped TerrainFigure 2-5 Building Type/Climate ImpactFigure 2-6 School-Post RelationshipsFigure 2-7 Siting for ExpansionFigure 2-10 Multi-Bay Shop Area CirculationFigure 2-11 Siting Parking AreasFigure 2-12 Planning Related ActivitiesFigure 2-13 Corridor IntersectionFigure 2-14 Group of Classrooms.Figure 2-15 Recessed Room Exit.Figure 2-16 Glass Shading, South Elevation.Plumbing. - ufc_4_171_02a0035Fire Safety.Drawings.Provision of User Information - ufc_4_171_02a0038Figure 3-1 Repetitive General Instruction SpaceFigure 3-2 Arrangement of Repetitive SpaceFigure 3-3 Multiple Use of Repetitive SpaceFigure 3-5 Change Frequency and Cost of Wall SystemsFigure 3-6 Lighting Glare and ReflectionsFigure 3-7 Lighting Without GlareAcoustic Considerations.Figure 3-9 Visual Contact/Discussion Participation RelationshipFigure 3-10 Configurations of Audio-Visual SystemsFigure 3-11 Projection Screen Location Related to the Cone of VisionFigure 3-12 Television Tube Screen Viewing CriteriaFigure 3-14 Comparison of Seating Areas, Front and Rear Screen SystemsFigure 3-15 Comparison of Total Space, Front and Rear Screen SystemsFigure 3-16 Comparison of Space Utilization Front and Rear Screen SystemsFigure 3-17 Comparison of Image Quality, Front and Rear Screen Systems.Figure 3-18 Image Distortion.Figure 3-19 Seating in Partial Viewing SectorFigure 4-1 Types of Design Requirements.Figure 4-2 Types of Design RequirementsFigure 4-3 Spaces Near Conference Classrooms.Figure 4-4 24-Student Classroom.Figure 4-5 50-Student Classroom Using Projection Methods of Presentation.Figure 4-7 75-Student Classroom Using Projection Methods of Presentation.Figure 4-9 125-Student Classroom Using Television Presentation MethodsFigure 4-11 150-Student Classroom.Figure 4-12 200-Student Classroom.Figure 4-13 70-Student Classroom.Subdivided Classrooms.Figure 4-14 Changeable Wall System.Figure 4-15 Examples of Chalkboards and TackboardsFigure 4-16 Interior Design Recommendations for Conference Classrooms.Table 4-1 Criteria for Conference Classrooms.Figure 4-7 Laboratory Classroom With Group Stations.Figure 4-19 Laboratory Classroom for Standing Instruction.Figure 4-20 Spaces Near Laboratory Classrooms.Figure 4-21 Interior Design Recommendations for Laboratory Classrooms.Table 4-2 Criteria for Laboratory Classrooms.Figure 4-22 Design Considerations of Instructional Shop Spaces.Space Utilization.Figure 4-23 Spaces Near Instructional Shops.Table 4-3 Criteria for Instructional Shops.Figure 4-24 Interior Design Recommendations for Instructional Shops.Self-Paced Instruction Rooms.Figure 4-26 Spaces Near Self-Paced Instruction Rooms.Figure 4-27 Carrel Layouts.Figure 4-28 Interior Design Recommendations for Self-Paced Instructional Classrooms.Table 4-4 Criteria for Self-Paced Instruction Classrooms.Computer-Aided Instruction Rooms.Figure 4-29 Human Design Factor Dimensions for Computer-Aided Instruction Carrels.Figure 4-30 Comparison of Angular and Rectangular CarrelsFigure 4-31 Spaces Near Computer-Aided Instructional Classrooms.Figure 4-32 Interior Design Recommendations for Computer-Aided Instructional Classrooms.Storage.Figure 4-33 Seminar Classroom.Table 4-5 Criteria for Computer-Aided Instructional Classrooms.Figure 4-34 Spaces Near Seminar Classrooms.Figure 4-36 Interior Design Recommendations for Seminar Classrooms. - ufc_4_171_02a0095Figure 4-36 Interior Design Recommendations for Seminar Classrooms. - ufc_4_171_02a0096Table 4-6 Criteria for Seminar Classrooms.Figure 4-37 Spaces Near Auditoriums and Theaters.Figure 4-39 Types of RowsFigure 4-40 Typical Three-Bank Layouts.Figure 4-41 Interior Design Recommendations for Auditoriums and Theaters.Table 4-7 Criteria for Auditoriums and Theaters.Figure 4-42 Instructor Preparation Areas.Figure 4-43 Spaces Near Instructor Preparation Areas.Figure 4-44 Interior Design Recommendations for Instructor Preparation Areas.Table 4-8 Criteria for Instructor Preparation Areas.Figure 4-45 Spaces Near Instructor Rehearsal Rooms.Figure 4-46 Instructor Rehearsal Room.Figure 4-47 Interior Design Recommendations for Instructor Rehearsal Rooms.Table 4-9 Criteria for Instructor Rehearsal Rooms.Figure 4-48 Spaces Near Counseling Spaces.Figure 4-49 Interior Design Recommendations for Counseling Spaces.Table 4-10 Criteria for Counseling Spaces.Figure 4-50 Spaces Near Remedial Instruction Spaces.Table 4-11 Criteria for Remedial Instruction Spaces.Figure 4-51 Spaces Near the Technical Library.Figure 4-52 Typical Heights for 3-Foot-Wide Storage UnitsFigure 4-53 Interior Design Recommendations for a Technical Library.Table 4-12 Criteria for a Technical Library.Figure 4-54 Spaces Near Study Areas.Figure 4-55 Interior Design Recommendations for Study Areas.Table 4-13 Criteria for Study Areas.Figure 4-56 Spaces Near Projection Rooms.Table 4-14 Criteria for Projection Rooms.Figure 4-57 Open Office Space Planning.Figure 4-59 Spaces Near Administrative Offices.Figure 4-60 Interior Design Recommendations for Administrative Offices.Table 4-15 Criteria for Administrative Offices.Figure 4-61 Spaces Near Administrative Conference Rooms.Figure 4-62 Interior Design Recommendations for Administrative Conference Rooms.Table 4-16 Criteria for Administrative Conference Rooms.Figure 4-63 Spaces Near Student Lounges.Figure 4-64 Interior Design Recommendations for Student Lounges.Table 4-17 Criteria for Student Lounges.Figure 4-65 Spaces Near Snack Bars and Vending Areas.Figure 4-66 Snack Bar Facility.Figure 4-68 Interior Design Recommendations for Snack Bars and Vending Areas.Table 4-18 Criteria for Snack Bars and Vending Areas.Table 4-19 Criteria for Bookstores.Figure 4-69 Spaces Near Restrooms.Environmental Conditions.Figure 4-70 Toilet Partition Types.Figure 4-71 Interior Design Recommendations for Restrooms.Table 4-20 Criteria for Restrooms.Figure 4-72 Spaces Near Janitor Rooms.Table 4-21 Criteria for Janitor Rooms.Table 4-22 Criteria for Storage Rooms.Table 5-1 Functional Affinity MatrixFigure 5-1 Walking Distances and School PlanningTable 5-2 Suggested STC Ratings for Acoustic SeparationFigure 5-3 Corridor Separation of Class and Shop Areas.Figure 5-4 Corridor and Storage Separation of Shop and Class Areas.Figure 5-5 Separate Department OrganizationFigure 5-7 Department Location in SchoolFigure 5-9 Locating Intense Noise Sources.Figure 5-10 Internal Corridor SeparationsFigure 5-11 Expansion of Large Schools.Figure 5-13 Distribution of Primary Utilities.Figure 5-14 Integration of Utilities and StructureFigure 5-15 Visual Interest in CorridorsFigure 6-1 Illustrative Plan, 30,000 Sq. Ft. School.Figure 6-2 Illustrative Plan, 150,000 Sq. Ft. School (Primary Instruction Space; Classroom).Figure 6-3 Illustrative Plan, 150,000 Sq. Ft. School (Primary Instruction Space; Shop).Figure 6-4 Illustrative Plan, 400,000 Sq. Ft. School (Equal Classroom and Shop Area).Figure 6-5 Illustrative Plan, 400,000 Sq. Ft. School (Three Phase Construction)FormUtilities Requirements for Illustrative DesignsWater - ufc_4_171_02a0168General.Factors Affecting Project UrgencyTable 7-1 Characteristics of Existing Operations.Figure 7-2 Example Rating of Existing Operations.Table 7-3 Upgrading Potentials.Table 7-4 Project Feasibility guidelinesProject Funding.Establishing Project Requirements.Table 7-6 Potential Upgrading Alternatives.Table 7-7 Upgrading Requirements for Individual Functional Activities.Determining Building/Site SuitabilityTable 7-8 Physical Development Factors.Table 7-8 Physical Development Factors - Cont'dFigure 7-1 Typical Location Considerations.Figure 7-3 Square Building Size and Form Considerations.Figure 7-6 Desirable Space Configuration Table 7-9 Space Layout Checklist.Figure 7-7 Building and Size Configuration.Establishing Design Requirements.Landscape Planting - ufc_4_171_02a0188Figure 7-8 Site Elements Existing Utility supportFigure A-1 Color Scheme AFigure A-2 Color Scheme BFigure A-3 Color Scheme CFigure A-4 Color Scheme DTable A-1 Color Scheme for Space Types.Selected BibliographyFurniture and Instructional Equipment Audio-VisualEnvironmental Requirements (Heat, Lighting, Acoustics)Building Systems - ufc_4_171_02a0199Specific Planning Programs.