Instructions for Minor and nrm construction Program




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B. NOTES:
1. Use lines between spaces to indicate the centerline of the partition (for schematics only).
2. Indicate doors with a slash mark.
3. Along the corridor, the line shall represent the corridor side of the partition.
4. Indicate ceiling mounted equipment, lighting fixtures, air diffusers, registers, tracks, and other significant elements.
5. Identify all equipment for each room. Indicate and coordinate all equipment with the Equipment Guide List (Program Guide 7610) and Activated Equipment List. Use VA standard symbols and notation to distinguish between contractor-furnished and installed (CC), VA-furnished contractor-installed (VC), VA-furnished and installed (VV), VA-furnished with construction funds [VC(CF) and VV(CF)], and relocated (R) equipment. Equipment floor plans are not required for the offices, consultation rooms, classrooms, conference rooms, and waiting rooms within the above departments. Draw equipment details which are necessary for major decisions, though complete detailing is not required for this submittal.
6. Indicate existing finish schedule and notes on plan.
7. Label as required for schematic drawings. Coordinate new room numbering with medical center.
8. Use the same names on drawings as those used in the space program. Provide area figures in fractional form, e.g., 400/390. Indicate space provided, but not called for in the space program, as: -/390.
9. Label each service or activity listed in the Project Scope Data of the Design Program and indicate boundaries with a distinctive line. Include the activity code number (see Handbook 7610).
10. If the project requires exterior work, show all facades indicating massing, proposed fenestration and the building relationship to adjacent structures and the finish grade. Show all significant building materials, including their colors, any proposed roof top mechanical equipment, architectural screens, skylights, and stacks on the elevation drawings. If building is designed for future expansion (vertical and/or horizontal), delineate elevations with and without the future expansion. If project is an addition, show elevations of the existing building in sufficient detail to illustrate the relationship between the new and existing in terms of scale, material, and detail.

11. Define the relationship of the finish ground floor to finish grade at major entrances and docks.


12. Indicate construction including fire resistance rating, building materials and systems, and proposed sill and head heights of openings. Indicate both new and renovated areas on form provided by VA.
13. Define building configuration. Draw sections at the same scale as floor plans, normally 1:100 (1/8 inch). If the building abuts an existing structure, indicate in the section how the new floor elevations align with existing.
14. Identify psychiatric areas where special considerations are required to ensure the safety of patients (e.g. hard ceilings, safety glazing, etc.).
15. Indicate new building components and systems, such as window design, roofing system, special entryways, building "skin", and any special architectural elements for the project. Complete detailing of miscellaneous items is not required for this submission.
16. Indicate all building systems, materials, and future expansion, if applicable.
17. Submit a drawing for all which is part of the construction contract.
18. Provide square meters (feet) of lead paint and x-ray shielding to be removed.
19. Format provided in SPECIFICATIONS. If there is no VA master specification, develop contract specification that is in compliance with regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency.

C. FIRE PROTECTION: Submit the following:


Fire Protection:

Schematics*

DD**

CD***




Fire protection narrative:1

  • Fire and smoke separation









  • Fire sprinkler/standpipe system









  • Size of fire pumps









  • Water supply available/max. demand









  • Water flow testing results

















Existing to be modernized









Base loop system for interface of new construction









  • Kitchen extinguishing systems









  • Size of air handling unit









  • Exit paths from each zone









  • Distances to stairs









  • Occupancy of each area

















  • Smoke control features









Floor Plans/Drawings:3 & 4

  • Sprinkler zones









  • Fire alarm zones









  • Smoke zones









  • Building water supply









  • Interior sprinkler supply lines









  • Standpipes















  • Fireproofing of structural members









  • Sprinkler/standpipe riser supply
    piping











  • Sprinkler alarm valves








  • Waterflow and tamper switches








  • Sprinkler system fire department
    connections






  • Sprinkler design hazards per
    NFPA 13






  • Exit signs and emergency lighting













Calculations







Estimated capacities for proposed air
handling units in cubic meters (cubic
feet) per minute








Location of:

  • Fire alarm system








  • Annunciator panels








  • Pull stations








  • Flow switches








  • Audio-visual devices








  • Smoke detectors















  • Smoke dampers








  • Fire dampers








  • Fire alarm risers5








  • Exit signs








  • Emergency lighting








  • Fire sprinklers








  • Standpipes








  • Fire hydrants








  • Fire pumps








  • Post indicator valves








  • Sectional valves








  • Fire extinguisher cabinets








  • Electromagnetic door hold open
    devices






Wall sections indicating fire resistive
ratings






Staff sleeping rooms








Excavation plan signage








Door and window schedule with fire
rating or fire rated glazing








Zoning of each fire alarm initiating
device








Details:

  • Fire pump system (capacity and
    pressure)















  • Stairwell sign









  • Annunciator panel









Interconnection of fire alarm system with:

  • Smoke dampers









  • Air handlers









  • Elevator controls









  • Kitchen fire extinguishing and fire
    pump system








  • HVAC system with smoke duct
    detectors








Single line riser diagram for fire alarm
system








Height/configuration of storage racks
and shelving








Specifications












































* Submit, as a minimum, a single line layout for at a scale not less than 1:100 (1/8 inch). Submit a complete double line layout of areas of critical importance, at a scale of 1:50 (1/4 inch) including equipment.


** Submit minimum 1:100 (1/8 inch) scale floor plans, new and renovated, incorporating all of the revisions required by comments from schematics.
*** Submit fully dimensioned, complete, and coordinated 1:100 (1/8 inch) scale floor plans, incorporating all revisions required by comments from the design development phase.

C. NOTES:
1. Indicate NFPA 220 and UBC fire resistive rating of the building, NFPA 101 occupancy type, and fire protection code analysis to access compliance with NFPA 101.
2. Determine type, features, age, reliability, compliance with present day codes, capacity, zoning, supervision, control panel and power supplies, initiating devices and circuits, and auxiliary functions for existing fire alarm system. Indicate manufacturer, model number, voltage, and wiring style of existing alarm systems and devices. Provide recommendations for the proposed fire alarm work.
3. Provide information to meet JCAHO requirements; e.g. location of all fire rated barriers, smoke barriers, exit signs, fire extinguishers, manual pull stations, smoke detectors, and sprinkler flow switches. Show all interim life safety measures such as temporary systems Fire Alarm, Sprinkler, and Smoke.
4. At DD Submission, add room names, room numbers, door locations and swings, smoke and fire rated partitions, sprinkler/standpipe risers to floor plans. Identify psychiatric areas on drawings so areas for institutional type heads are identified. Add location of all valves (post indicator, sectional) and backflow preventer if provided.
5. Show new equipment and/or the necessary changes involved if modification to the existing system is required. Include any recommendations where certain requirements of VA criteria might be waived, in order to allow the existing equipment to be reused.

D. INTERIOR DESIGN: Submit the following:


Interior Design:

Schematics*

DD**

CD***




Written interior design concept1









Illustrate overall design solution2









Material and finish samples









Sketches









Design solution for interior spaces:

  • Perspectives








  • Plans








  • Details








  • Elevations








  • Sections








  • Wayfinding








  • Floor patterns








  • Wall patterns








  • Lighting








  • Signage








  • Handrails








  • Bumper guards








Specification section 09050








Finish schedule








Exterior colors and materials








Sample boards for interior and exterior
materials, products, and finishes






Edited carpet and wallcovering
specifications






Specifications









Keyed Finnish plans









Interior design details, elevations,
and sections








* Submit, as a minimum, a single line layout for at a scale not less than 1:100 (1/8 inch). Submit a complete double line layout of areas of critical importance, at a scale of 1:50 (1/4 inch) including equipment.
** Submit minimum 1:100 (1/8 inch) scale floor plans, new and renovated, incorporating all of the revisions required by comments from schematics.
*** Submit fully dimensioned, complete, and coordinated 1:100 (1/8 inch) scale floor plans, incorporating all revisions required by comments from the design development phase.
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