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Use adequate and consistent notation.
Provide sufficient information to permit manual checks of the
results. Also, include one example manual check of the results
for this project.
1.7.5 Pavement Design
Pavements shall be designed using the PCASE pavement design program
that can be obtained electronically on the World Wide Web (WWW) at
is a general outline of drawings to be furnished by
The drawings shall expand and supplement the RFP
by the Government. The RFP drawings will be provided
both in hard copy
and CADD files in AutoCADD Release 2000 format.
1.8.2 Drawing Preparation
Prepare all drawings using CADD so that they are well-arranged and
present complete information. The Contractor shall prepare the drawings
with such clarity that the Corps of Engineers could construct the
facility without any additional assistance from the Contractor.
Drawings shall be complete. Unnecessary work such as duplicate views,
notes and lettering, and repetition of details shall not be permitted.
Do not show standard details not applicable to the project, and
minimize unnecessary space. Detail the drawings such that conformance
with the contract can be checked and to the extent that shop drawings
can be checked. The Contractor shall use standard Corps of Engineers
title blocks and borders on all drawings. An index of drawings shall be
included with each submittal. The Government will furnish the
Contractor drawing numbers for inclusion in the title blocks of the
All CADD drawings shall be prepared in accordance with the applicable
provisions of the "CENABEN Contract Clauses for CADD Deliverables,"
on CD ROM.
SPECIFICATIONS AND SUBMITTAL REGISTER
The design shall be developed using Unified Facilities Guide
Specifications (UFGS) and SPECSINTACT software. Both the UFGS and
SPECSINTACT are available free of charge for downloading from
specification for a particular feature of work, a Federal Aviation
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