25 May 2005
Change 1, 22 February 2006
Change 2, 4 December 2006
A1010 FOUNDATION RESTRICTIONS
Delete this paragraph in its entirety.
Drawing Changes and Sketches.
Use Table 11-2, Drawing Changes Format, as a guide in preparing changes to the
When drawings are revised and replaced, use a cloud to highlight the change. For
amendments, place a triangle with a sequential number in it, next to the cloud or the
item(s) changing for each sheet. For modifications, use a triangle with a sequential
letter instead of a number. Also provide this triangle with the number or the letter in the
revisions block. Under description, describe what the change is; listing the amendment
or contract modification number is not appropriate. Insert the date that the change was
made. This date and revision block distinguishes the revised drawing from the original
drawing. Do not change sheet numbers or sheet designations for revised drawings.
If sketches are required, use standard NAVFAC sketch templates (see 7-3.7). Contact
the Government representative or the Command's Local Coordinator, who provides
NAVFAC drawing numbers, to obtain sketch numbers.
For Design-Build, OMSI is incorporated into the contract in Section 01 78 24.05 20
(01782N), Facility Operation and Maintenance Support Information. For Design-Bid-
Build, OMSI manuals are usually executed as either a Priced Option or as an unpriced
Phase to the A-E contract, or to the in-house Government scope of work, as a Post
Construction Award Service (PCAS). They may also be provided by the Contractor on
small Design-Bid-Build projects.
For Design-Bid-Build, the DOR will use the shop drawing and other submittals to
prepare the manuals. Typical submittals used are SD-03, Product Data, SD-06, Test
Reports, and SD-10, Operation and Maintenance Data. The Prefinal OMSI is usually
submitted 30 to 60 days before Beneficial Occupancy Date (BOD). This submittal is a
"working" document to be used by the ROICC/PWD for acceptance and testing, O&M,
and training by the activity. The Final OMSI submittal is generally made six months