AEI for Installation Support
Thursday, 17 October 1996
(b) Set of marked-up current as-built/record drawings (suggest that the final be due in
three months of Building Occupancy Date (BOD)).
(c) Start of project date.
(d) End of project date.
(e) Cost broken down by funding sources.
(f) Description of work by funding sources.
(g) Name and information of the contractor, including the POC and telephone
(h) USACE Office, POC and telephone number.
(i) Warranty items, warranty dates and POC.
(j) Tools, keys (with key diagram).
(k) List of equipment provided in the contract by type category (e.g., kitchen,
(3) Acceptance and Commissioning Document. USACE recently developed this
acceptance and commissioning document to ensure that equipment (especially mechanical and
electrical) have gone through operational tune-up procedures and all systems are working in
accordance with their design specifications. These documents and procedures should be required
for every project that has equipment. Close coordination should be made with the DPW to advise
of this option when appropriate, and informed of the cost and advantages. Additional information
on these documents can be obtained by contacting the CPW
(CEPW- FM, telephone (703) 428- 6358).
(1) Providing "tool-box" (ready available) engineering.
(2) Solving recurring technical and contracting problems through partnering, education,
and training. All problems should be communicated up-front to the military installation.
(3) Conducting in-house prepared training courses for designers, construction personnel,