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or design where practical. Provide a label or header identifying the submittal phase,
project title and location, A/E and construction contract numbers, A/E name and date on
each color board.
Large-scale Furnishings Presentation Boards may be required for briefings to illustrate
typical products proposed for the project and their associated finishes and fabrics
samples. When required, furnishings presentation boards will be a minimum of 16" X
20", either foam core or mat board. Boards must be sufficiently rigid to support heavy
samples. Finish materials must be labeled and keyed to the Furnishings Order Forms.
Material and finish samples must represent true pattern, texture and color. Samples
must be large enough to indicate any pattern repeats where practical. Color
photocopies of artwork and plants are acceptable. For contracted services, provide a
label or title block identifying the submittal stage, project title and location, A/E and
construction contract numbers, A/E name and date.
5-3.10 Manufacturers Source List.
This list identifies the manufacturers and sources used in the FF&E package. Provide
the Contractor's address, the ordering address, and the payment address including
contact names, phone numbers, fax, and email address. Also, provide GSA contract
information including contract number, FSC group, part, section, expiration date,
maximum order limit, pricing terms, shipping terms, etc.
Provide furniture plans in an adequate scale to indicate locations of all furniture,
furnishings, equipment and accessories. Identify these items with an item code that is
keyed to the Furnishings Order Forms and the furnishings illustration materials.
Typically, furnishings plans will be the same scale as the architectural drawings. Some
projects may require furnishings plans for individual rooms or areas to show furnishings
in sufficient detail for installation. Examples of this include enlarged plans for systems
furniture; or individual room drawings where exact room configurations are repeated
throughout a project. Refer to the A/E/C Tri-Service CADD standards for drawing
formats. The furniture plans will be submitted in both the construction set of drawings
as well as in the FF&E package.
5-4.1 Furniture Systems.
Furniture systems must be designed using product and features available from three or
more manufacturers to ensure open competition. Refer to UFGS 12705 Furniture
Systems for specifications and required detail drawings to include in the contract
5-4.2 Artwork Placement Plans.
If the artwork cannot be clearly shown on the furniture placement plans, provide
separate artwork placement plans. Ensure that mounting heights and special installation