UFC 1 -300-08
30 JUNE 2004
four are the sequence number. Note. The Navy uses a Serial Number like
W25G1Q04TU12345; where W25G1Q is the UIC of the organization in the "From" block,
04 the fiscal year, TU the standard document type, and a 5 digit serial.
Block 5. [TO]. Enter the name of the receiving organization or agency to which
the transfer will be made. This receiving organization could be the DPW/FacMgr/BCE/DIS
on a DoD installation that has been assigned the responsibility for accounting for the real
property. Always include the address, zip code, and installation number the unique
identifier of the installation - which the RPAO represents. Installation numbers are available
from individual service databases of installations or can be provided by the gaining
installation Realty Specialist.
Example: Engineering Plans & Services Division
Directorate of Public Works
Fort Riley, KS 66442-6000
Block 6. [SITE/INSNO/NAME ]. Site number or installation number of the actual
facility physical location is one of the first points of entry into the database. Enter in block 6
the site number identifier or installation number (INSNO) and site name where the facility
being transferred/accepted is physically located. Enter this number and name regardless
of whether it is the same or different from the location of the RPAO (which is identified in
Example: 20605/Riley (In this example it happens to be the same as the
identifier in block 5).
Block 7. [CONTRACT NUMBER(S)]. Enter the construction contract number
(multiple contract numbers if applicable) in this block. Include the delivery order number in
addition to the contract number if the contract could authorize work under different delivery
orders that are not related to the project described in the final DD Form 1354.
Block 8. [DRAWING NUMBER(S)]. Enter the drawing number(s) or CAD
identifier(s) of the construction agent for the project components. In some cases an
installation assigns a specific consecutive drawing number to each project that is initiated.
Use that number to identify the project. USACE drawings have a Drawing Code, which
may also be used as a reference. All drawing numbers that may be needed as a future
reference to the project should be identified in this block.
NOTE. There is not a one-to-one correspondence between drawings and Item Numbers in
column 10. For example, HVAC system drawings should be identified in block 8, but the
HVAC system is not listed as a separate Item Number. Identify the facility or system
associated with the drawing number or use a range of drawing numbers if consecutive and
more than one drawing. Use Project Remarks, block 28, for additional space.
Example: B-9301 through B-9309; 47-018-1234; F 711-13-01