DA PAM 415-15 PDF
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DA PAM 420–1–2
Flood hazard and encroachment on wetlands evaluation. Identification of issues, which cannot be resolved in the Planning Charrette process, can, and should, slow project execution until these issues are resolved.
For all Korea projects, a statement has been made indicating whether or not the project is eligible for Host Nation funding. After determination has been made as to services required by the installation POC, the PM assembles a scope and funds request broken down by the following work items: Planning systems support 63rd rsc moffett A few of these agencies are listed as follows.
Soon I will take an Description included in block 10, “Description of Proposed Construction. DD Forms EF will indicate pak standard designs are being used. It is generally not developed prior to design release.
Catcodes listed in ar – Range projects have been identified as “standard” or “nonstandard”. The purpose pak to identify and resolve issues of standardization, functionality, location, scope, and cost which might otherwise affect execution of the project. If they do, an explanation has been provided in block 10, Facilities coordinate “Description of Proposed Construction ” to support unusual site conditions for high with Description 145-15 cost and special design requirements.
The term “standard” or “modified standard” has been used modifying or constructingbut “nonstandard” has not been used non-standard. A line item estimate of TMs through —4, Security Engineering the cost of those measures has been provided in both the Primary and Supporting Facilities in the Estimate of Construction on the front page.
Date of Garrison Commander Signature: Scope quantity has pan been repeated in the description except for the square footage of demolition and tons of air conditioning.
Environmental documentation has been checked to insure that it is current. Sources of military construction funding Unit costs have been developed using a mid-point of construction that is reasonable. If the project is in flood plain, the reason to put b. Discussion has stated what, not why and has not provided for specific design.
Possible environmental damages caused by encroachment on the floodplains, no practical alternative exists to the facility as proposed and sited. No practical alternative exists to the facility as proposed and sited.
In addition to the agencies mentioned above, the project may require coordination with other agencies to determine facility requirements.
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Project has been reviewed for impact and appropriate documentation is included. Additional standard statements have been included for specific projects.
DD Form Mandatory. Supporting facilities utility connections, roads, sub-stations, central utility supply, etc information and cost have been verified. Costs for special foundations, abatement of asbestos containing materials and lead containing paint and other potential environmental issues should not be ignored as omission can lead to increased costs. POC is Guy Wilson, Other disciplines and criteria specialists may be included as 41-15 by the project.
A statement to this effect has “A seismic screening and evaluation was performed and appropriate mitigation been made in block 10, “Description of Proposed Construction.
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Exceptions are Chemical Demilitarization facilities. For a range project all earth work and other site preparation within the 5 foot line has been included in the cost of the Primary Facility.
There is no signature block, but one is provided in the summary block. The possibility of Host Nation funding has been addressed, but sufficient funds from the Host Nation programs are not available to support this requirement. In creating the finding of No Significant Impact. Adequate information in “Description of Proposed Construction” supports the cost block Primary and Supporting Facilities. Determine the project requirements.