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Drawings and Details for Bidding and Construction. Design drawings
should be provided for all dewatering systems and equipment described in the design
analysis in sufficient detail to permit construction. The design drawings should include
provisions for indicating interfacing with other treatment processes. Drawings that
should be provided and coordinated with other treatment process drawings include the
2-10.2.1 A site plan showing the major components of the dewatering system and their
relationship to existing facilities.
2-10.2.2 A flow schematic diagram or diagrams showing process flow, solids handling,
and chemical feed systems, for example.
2-10.2.3 A building layout, including a floor plan showing equipment layout and piping
with tentative sizes.
2-10.2.4 A cross section through each building showing pertinent elevations and pipe
2-10.2.5 A complete equipment layout that includes all major equipment components,
auxiliary and supporting systems, and required piping, valves, meters, and pumps.
2-10.2.6 A complete control system layout that includes all major equipment compo-
nents, auxiliary and supporting systems, and required piping, valves, meters, and
2-10.2.7 A diagram of utility routing and requirements.
Project Specifications. Project specifications should be prepared based on
the standard guide specification CEGS 11360. The guide specifications should be
adapted to each specific application. Therefore, as required, the standard guide
specification should be edited to include both general and technical specifications for
major equipment, auxiliary and supporting systems, accessories, special material or
installation requirements, and any references to related specifications.