CANCELLED UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC) UNACCOMPANIED HOUSING

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FACILITIES CRITERIA NAVY AND MARINE CORPS
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UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA PROGRAM
FACILITIES CRITERIA NAVY AND MARINE CORPS
UNACCOMPANIED HOUSING
U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
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Use of the copyrighted material apart from this UFC must have the permission of the
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NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND (Preparing Activity)
AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER CENTER
Record of Changes (changes are indicated by \1\ ... /1/)
Date
15 Nov 2012
Location
Revised paragraph 3-21.8.
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This facilities criteria (FC) supersedes UFC 4-721-10, dated 31 July 2002 and
subsequent Changes 1-4 last dated January 2011.
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FOREWORD
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The Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) system is prescribed by MIL-STD 3007 and provides
planning, design, construction, sustainment, restoration, and modernization criteria, and applies
to the Military Departments, the Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field Activities in accordance
with USD (AT&L) Memorandum dated 29 May 2002. UFC will be used for all DoD projects and
work for other customers where appropriate. All construction outside of the United States is
also governed by Status of Forces Agreements (SOFA), Host Nation Funded Construction
Agreements (HNFA), and in some instances, Bilateral Infrastructure Agreements (BIA.)
Therefore, the acquisition team must ensure compliance with the most stringent of the UFC, the
SOFA, the HNFA, and the BIA, as applicable.
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UFC are living documents and will be periodically reviewed, updated, and made available to
users as part of the Services’ responsibility for providing technical criteria for military
construction. Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE), Naval Facilities
Engineering Command (NAVFAC), and the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) are
responsible for administration of the UFC system. Defense agencies should contact the
preparing service for document interpretation and improvements. Technical content of UFC is
the responsibility of the cognizant DoD working group. Recommended changes with supporting
rationale should be sent to the respective service proponent office by the following electronic
form: Criteria Change Request. The form is also accessible from the Internet sites listed below.
UFC are effective upon issuance and are distributed only in electronic media from the following
source:
• Whole Building Design Guide web site http://dod.wbdg.org/.
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Hard copies of UFC printed from electronic media should be checked against the current
electronic version prior to use to ensure that they are current.
JOSEPH E. GOTT, P.E.
Chief, Engineering and Construction
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Chief Engineer
Naval Facilities Engineering Command
SCOTT HARTFORD, Col, USAF, P.E.
Acting Director
MICHAEL McANDREW
Facilities Engineering Center of Excellence
Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
(Installations and Environment)
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JAMES C. DALTON, P.E.
Director, Facilities Investment and Management
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UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC)
SUMMARY SHEET
Document: FC 4-721-10N, Unaccompanied Housing
Superseding: UFC 4-721-10, Navy and Marine Corps Bachelor Housing dated 31 July
2002, and subsequent Changes 1-4, last dated January 2011
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Description: FC 4-721-10N Unaccompanied Housing describes design requirements
for the Navy and Marine Corps unaccompanied housing. This change in designation
from UFC to FC identifies this as a facilities criteria document
Reasons for Document:
The Navy has changed its construction standards to align with new DoD Policies,
and provided increased guidance for restorations, modernization, and renovation
projects in conjunction with its Unaccompanied Housing Master Plan which will
direct the restoration and modernization of the majority of the Navy’s
Unaccompanied Housing.
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The Marine Corps is in the midst of an unprecedented effort to make significant
and lasting improvements to permanent party Unaccompanied Housing facilities
across the Marine Corps, through the Commandant of the Marine Corps’ (CMC)
The BEQ Military Construction (MILCON) Redline Initiative. Bachelor Enlisted
Quarters Facilities Oversight Board was authorized by the Assistant
Commandant of the Marine Corps in December 2009. The Board meets biannually to review, evaluate and recommend for adoption design criteria and
specifications for Marines Unaccompanied Housing and formally codify
construction innovations for the USMC enterprise. The changes in this
publication represent the results of those meetings.
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Impact:
These changes were evaluated to provide minimal impact to cost, as part of the
Secretary of the Navy’s program for QOL enhancements and approved by the
ADC I&L (LF).
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Unification Issues
Differing policy from Navy to Marine Corps appears as follows in this document: Waiver
Process, Requirements Determination Process, Navy Unit and Marine Corps Room
Plans. These unification issues are a direct result of overarching Service policies
outside the scope of this document.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION. ...................................................................................... 1
SCOPE. ..................................................................................................... 1
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APPLICABILITY AND MINIMUM STANDARDS. ..................................... 1
1-3
REFERENCES TO OTHER CRITERIA. .................................................... 1
1-4
BUILDING CODES. ................................................................................... 1
1-5
CANCELLATION. ..................................................................................... 1
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QUALITY OF LIFE. ................................................................................... 2
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WAIVERS. ................................................................................................. 2
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REFERENCES. ......................................................................................... 2
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GLOSSARY. .............................................................................................. 2
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CHAPTER 2 PLANNING AND LAYOUT. ....................................................................... 3
PROJECT INITIATION AND PLANNING.................................................. 3
Navy Requirements Determination. ....................................................... 3
2-1.2
Marine Corps Requirements Determination. .......................................... 4
2-1.3
Site Selection. ........................................................................................ 4
2-1.4
Project Analysis and Engineering Phase. .............................................. 4
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ASSIGNMENT STANDARDS. .................................................................. 5
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FACILITY FUNCTIONS. ............................................................................ 5
Terminology: “Unit”, “Room”, “Plan”, “Open Bay” ................................... 5
2-3.2
Building Common Areas (Spaces). ........................................................ 5
2-3.3
Recreation and Community Areas (Spaces). ......................................... 6
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Recruits.................................................................................................. 6
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NAVY STANDARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION AND SRM. ........................ 6
2-4.2
Training Necessity. ................................................................................ 6
2-4.3
Mission Essential. .................................................................................. 6
2-4.4
Permanent Party. ................................................................................... 6
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MARINE CORPS STANDARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION AND SRM........ 7
2-5.1
Permanent Party. ................................................................................... 7
2-5.2
Recruits and Trainees. ........................................................................... 7
2-5.3
Geographic Bachelors and Civilians. ..................................................... 7
2-6
DESIGN LIMITATIONS. ............................................................................ 7
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GROSS BUILDING AREA. ....................................................................... 8
2-7.1
Gross Building Area = Unit/Room + Common Area (Space). ................ 8
2-7.2
Building Area Calculation. ...................................................................... 8
2-7.3
Half Scope Items. .................................................................................. 8
2-7.4
Excluded Scope Items. .......................................................................... 9
2-7.5
High Rise Structures and Additional Gross Area. .................................. 9
2-8.1
GROSS “UNIT” OR “ROOM” AREA. ....................................................... 9
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Net Living/Sleeping Area. ...................................................................... 9
CHAPTER 3 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA - NAVY AND MARINE CORPS. ........... 11
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SCOPE. ................................................................................................... 11
3-2
SITE DESIGN. ......................................................................................... 11
Walkways and Sidewalks..................................................................... 11
3-2.2
Vehicular Access. ................................................................................ 12
3-2.3
Parking................................................................................................. 12
3-2.4
Vehicular Service to Building. .............................................................. 12
3-2.5
Bus Route Access. .............................................................................. 13
3-2.6
Utility Corridors. ................................................................................... 13
3-2.7
Fire Protection Access. ........................................................................ 13
3-2.8
Site Furniture. ...................................................................................... 13
3-2.9
Mechanical Enclosures. ....................................................................... 14
3-2.10
Trash Dumpsters. ................................................................................ 14
3-2.11
Planting and Vegetation. ...................................................................... 14
3-2.12
Landscape Maintenance Provisions. ................................................... 15
3-2.13
Irrigation. .............................................................................................. 15
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3-2.14
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Outdoor Recreation. ............................................................................ 15
RESTORATION AND MODERNIZATION REQUIREMENTS. ................ 15
3-3.1
Navy RM .............................................................................................. 16
3-3.2
Marine Corps RM................................................................................. 16
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3-4.1
STRUCTURAL DESIGN.......................................................................... 16
Structural Selection. ............................................................................. 16
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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. ................................................................... 17
3-6
CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS. ............................................................... 17
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HISTORICAL STRUCTURES. ................................................................ 17
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NEPA. ...................................................................................................... 17
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ARCHAEOLOGY. ................................................................................... 17
3-10
RADON.................................................................................................... 17
3-11
ANTITERRORISM (AT). .......................................................................... 17
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Vulnerability and Risk Assessment. ..................................................... 18
BUILDING DESIGN. ................................................................................ 18
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3-12.1
Architectural Character and Scale. ...................................................... 18
3-12.2
Residential Character for Unaccompanied Housing. ........................... 18
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MODEL UNIT “MOCKUPS”.................................................................... 19
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LIFE SAFETY AND FIRE PROTECTION................................................ 19
Sprinkler Systems. ............................................................................... 19
3-14.2
Fire Alarm Systems. ............................................................................ 19
3-14.3
Smoke Detectors. ................................................................................ 19
3-14.4
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detectors. ...................................................... 20
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ACOUSTICS. ........................................................................................... 20
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ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS AND FINISH ............................................ 20
3-17
DOORS.................................................................................................... 20
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HARDWARE AND LOCKS. .................................................................... 21
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Navy. ................................................................................................... 21
3-18.2
Marine Corps. ...................................................................................... 21
3-18.3
Electronic Lock Systems. ..................................................................... 22
3-18.4
Lock Requirements. ............................................................................. 22
3-18.5
Bathroom Locks. .................................................................................. 22
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WINDOWS............................................................................................... 22
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WALLS AND PARTITIONS..................................................................... 23
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INTERIOR FINISHES. ............................................................................. 23
3-21.1
Wall Protection..................................................................................... 23
3-21.2
Ceilings. ............................................................................................... 24
3-21.3
Paint. ................................................................................................... 24
3-21.4
Flooring. ............................................................................................... 24
3-21.5
Cabinets, Millwork, and Hardware. ...................................................... 25
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Toilet Accessories. ............................................................................... 29
3-21.7
Window Treatments. ............................................................................ 29
3-21.8
Furnishings, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E). ..................................... 29
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BALCONY. .............................................................................................. 29
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SIGNAGE. ............................................................................................... 30
Exterior Signs and Associated Equipment. .......................................... 30
3-23.2
Project Signage. .................................................................................. 30
3-23.3
Interior Signage, Artwork and Accessories. ......................................... 31
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HEATING, VENTILATION, AND AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) ............. 31
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VENTILATION AND MOISTURE MITIGATION. ..................................... 31
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SUSTAINABILITY. .................................................................................. 32
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COMMISSIONING. .................................................................................. 32
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PLUMBING. ............................................................................................. 32
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ELECTRICAL. ......................................................................................... 33
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Ceiling Fans. ........................................................................................ 34
3-29.2
Power................................................................................................... 34
3-29.3
Lighting. ............................................................................................... 34
3-29.4
Appliances. .......................................................................................... 35
3-29.5
Emergency Power. .............................................................................. 36
3-29.6
Telephone Services. ............................................................................ 36
3-29.7
Local Area Networking (LAN). ............................................................. 37
3-29.8
Cable Television. ................................................................................. 37
3-29.9
Electronic Security Systems (ESS). ..................................................... 37
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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR UNITS AND ROOMS. ..................... 37
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3-30.1
Basic Units and Rooms........................................................................ 38
3-30.2
Kitchen and Kitchenette. ...................................................................... 38
3-30.3
Bathrooms. .......................................................................................... 38
3-30.4
Closets, Personal................................................................................. 39
3-30.5
Laundry Facilities. ................................................................................ 39
3-30.6
Resident Bulk Storage. ........................................................................ 39
3-30.7
Utility Area (Space). ............................................................................. 39
3-30.8
Elevators. ............................................................................................. 40
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Mail Service. ........................................................................................ 40
3-30.10
Circulation. ........................................................................................... 40
3-30.11
Multi-Purpose Areas (Spaces). ............................................................ 40
3-30.12
Game Rooms....................................................................................... 40
3-30.13
Vending Area (Space). ........................................................................ 41
3-30.14
Public Toilets. ...................................................................................... 41
3-30.15
Janitorial. ............................................................................................. 41
3-30.16
Administrative Area (Space). ............................................................... 42
3-30.17
Lobby, Vestibule, and Reception. ........................................................ 42
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ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS. ....................................................... 42
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FALL PREVENTION AND PROTECTION. ............................................. 42
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CHAPTER 4 NAVY UNITS. .......................................................................................... 43
CONSTRUCTION (NEW FACILITIES) REQUIREMENTS ...................... 43
The Market Unit. .................................................................................. 43
4-1.2
Market Projects. ................................................................................... 43
4-1.3
The Unit. .............................................................................................. 43
4-1.4
Building Common Areas. ..................................................................... 45
4-1.5
Site Amenities. ..................................................................................... 47
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NAVY SHARED/MOBILIZATION UNIT................................................... 47
Unit Details. ......................................................................................... 47
4-2.2
Building Common Areas. ..................................................................... 48
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THE NAVY (NETC) DORMITORY UNIT ................................................. 48
Unit Details. ......................................................................................... 48
4-3.2
Building Common Areas (Required). ................................................... 49
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4-3.3
Building Common Areas (Optional). .................................................... 51
4-3.4
In-Room Services. ............................................................................... 51
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OPEN BAY PLAN. .................................................................................. 51
4-5
RESTORATION AND REDESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR NAVY. ........ 51
4-5.1
Renovation........................................................................................... 52
4-5.2
Redesign.............................................................................................. 52
4-5.3
Renovation and Redesign Criteria. ...................................................... 53
CHAPTER 5 MARINE CORPS ROOM PLANS. ........................................................... 55
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DESIGN PARAMETERS. ........................................................................ 55
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MARINE CORPS 2+0 ROOM .................................................................. 55
Room Plan (Spaces) Detailed.............................................................. 55
5-2.2
Required Common Building Spaces Detailed. ..................................... 56
5-2.3
Optional Common Building Spaces Detailed. ...................................... 58
5-2.4
In-Room Services. ............................................................................... 58
5-2.5
Exterior Washdown Areas. .................................................................. 58
5-2.6
Windows. ............................................................................................. 59
5-2.7
Interior Walls and Finishes................................................................... 59
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MARINE CORPS SNCO/OFFICERS ROOM. ......................................... 59
Room Plan (Spaces) Detailed.............................................................. 60
5-3.2
Required Common Building Spaces Detailed. ..................................... 61
5-3.3
Optional Common Building Spaces Detailed. ...................................... 62
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ADDITIONAL REQUIRED BUILDING FEATURES. ............................... 62
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning............................................. 63
5-4.2
In-Room Services. ............................................................................... 63
5-4.3
Doors and View Ports. ......................................................................... 63
5-4.4
Hardware and Locks. ........................................................................... 63
5-4.5
Windows. ............................................................................................. 63
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CHAPTER 6 OPEN BAY. ............................................................................................. 65
OPEN BAY PLAN. .................................................................................. 65
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GROSS BUILDING AREA. ..................................................................... 65
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GROSS OPEN BAY SLEEPING AREA. ................................................. 65
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NET LIVING/SLEEPING AREA. ............................................................. 65
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REQUIRED COMMON AREAS (SPACES). ............................................ 65
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OPTIONAL COMMON AREAS (SPACES). ............................................ 66
APPENDIX A REFERENCES..................................................................................... 69
APPENDIX B BEST PRACTICES .............................................................................. 73
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NAVY RESIDENT AND BUILDING MANAGER INPUT. ...................... 73
B-2
FLOOR PLAN EXAMPLES .................................................................. 74
B-3
MARINE CORPS BEST PRACTICES ................................................. 76
APPENDIX C GLOSSARY ......................................................................................... 81
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APPENDIX D FIGURES ............................................................................................. 83
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Navy New Market Style Examples ........................................................ 74
Navy Reconfiguration to Market Style Example .................................... 75
Best Practice, BEQ Campus Arrangement ............................................ 78
Best Practice, BEQ Campus Sun shading and Walkways..................... 79
Navy Market Style Unit (Two Bedroom) ................................................ 83
Navy Market Style Unit (One Bedroom, Remote Locations).................. 84
Navy Shared Mobilization Unit .............................................................. 85
NETC Dorm Room ................................................................................ 86
Marine Corps 2+0 Room (Interior Access) ............................................ 87
Marine Corps 2+0 Room (Double Lavatories) ....................................... 88
Marine Corps 2+0 Room (Breezeway Access) ...................................... 89
Marine Corps SNCO/Officer’s Room Plan ............................................. 90
Marine Corps SNCO/Officer’s Room Plan (Accessible Example) ......... 91
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Interior Finishes Schedule: Navy ........................................................... 27
Interior Finishes Schedule: Marine Corps.............................................. 28
Market Unit Square Footages................................................................ 44
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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION.
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SCOPE.
APPLICABILITY AND MINIMUM STANDARDS.
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The Navy and the Marine Corps will use this document. It presents basic design criteria
guidance for Unaccompanied Housing (UH) for the Navy and the Marine Corps, and
applies to both enlisted and officer quarters. It also takes into account local program
operations and requirements, in accordance with the latest construction standards
established by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). UH serves recruits in
open bay, students in dormitories, and permanent party housing. This facilities criteria
FC includes planning and design criteria for renovation and new construction of Navy
and Marine Corps UH. Planners and designers must incorporate the requirements of
this document as applicable to their appropriate type of UH. This document does not
apply to privatized assets (PPV). This document does not include criteria for Navy
Gateway Inns & Suites (NGIS), Transient, or Visitors Quarters.
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This FC establishes minimum design standards that must be followed. It provides
criteria for unaccompanied housing (UH), and is applicable to both new construction
(MILCON) as well as sustainment, restoration and modernization (RM, SRM) projects. It
is applicable to projects inside the continental United States, (CONUS), and outside the
continental United States (OCONUS). Use this FC in conjunction with Department of
Defense (DOD) and other Department of Navy criteria related guidance. This FC
recognizes that local climates, geography, communities, mission needs, and changing
programs necessitate some special requirements for Navy and Marine Corps UH.
These standards provide criteria for determining site evaluation and planning,
landscape design, facilities design, and interior design.
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REFERENCES TO OTHER CRITERIA.
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References within this FC to applicable criteria and codes are intended to assist the
designer in compiling and complying with the required statutes. These references are
not intended to identify all those that may apply. It is the responsibility of the designer of
record to identify and comply with all required statutes.
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BUILDING CODES.
Comply with UFC 1-200-01, General Building Requirements. UFC 1-200-01 provides
applicability of model building codes and government unique criteria for typical design
disciplines and building systems, as well as for accessibility, antiterrorism, security,
sustainability and safety. The design requirements in this FC are to be used in addition
to UFC 1-200-01 and its referenced UFC's and criteria.
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CANCELLATION.
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This revision FC 4-721-10N Unaccompanied Housing constitutes a complete revision of
UFC 4-721-10, Navy and Marine Corps Bachelor Housing, dated 31 July 2002, and
subsequent Changes 1-4 last dated 3 January, 2011.
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QUALITY OF LIFE.
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Providing our unaccompanied military personnel with adequate, comfortable housing is
a major goal for the Navy and Marine Corps, and a critical element in attracting and
retaining high caliber personnel. Thus the minimum standards set forth in this
document maintain the focus of providing housing for a comfortable living environment.
WAIVERS.
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Engineering criteria and code interpretations may not be altered without a waiver from
the Chief Engineer of the Navy per Mil-Std 3007. Personnel and functional planning
criteria may not be altered without a waiver from the Assistant Secretary of the Navy,
Energy, Installations and Environment (ASN EI&E). ASN EI&E implements facilities
standards for the Secretary of the Navy. The DoD standard for new or renovated UH for
junior enlisted members who are required to live on the installation is a market-style
unit. ASN EI&E has the authority to approve a lesser construction standard with the
constraint that a bathroom cannot be shared by more than two members on a
permanent basis. Send Requests for waivers via the chain of command described
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Navy Waiver Process. Forward personnel and functional planning criteria waiver
requests to the Commander Naval Installations Command (CNIC), Attn: Housing (N93)
for review and validation. If CNIC determines a waiver is required, the waiver will be
discussed with the requesting site and forwarded with recommendation(s) to the ASN
EI&E, via Chief of Naval Operations (N46).
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Marine Corps Waiver Process. Forward personnel and functional planning waiver
requests via the Installation's Office through chain of Command to Headquarters, U.S.
Marine Corps, Attn: Facilities and Services Division (Code LF). Code LF is responsible
for the planning, programming, and policy for Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing.
The waiver will be discussed with the requesting site and forwarded with
recommendation(s) to the ASN EI&E via the Commandant.
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REFERENCES.
Appendix A contains a list of references used in this document. The publication date of
the code or standard is not included in this document. In general, the latest available
issuance of the reference is used.
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GLOSSARY.
Appendix C contains acronyms, abbreviations and terms.
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CHAPTER 2 PLANNING AND LAYOUT.
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PROJECT INITIATION AND PLANNING.
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This FC provides information required for preparation of DD Form 1391, which initiates
project development. This includes information about functions, space allowances,
overall building size, site evaluation, and special factors to consider in developing
overall scope and cost estimates. It provides data and criteria needed at each stage of
NAVFACENGCOM planning, project engineering, and the design process. Additional
documentation may be provided in accordance with Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) or
Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC) guidance.
Navy Requirements Determination.
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Navy UH requirements are defined in annual Unaccompanied Housing Requirements
Determination Report (R-19), within the Enterprise Military Housing System (eMH). The
R-19 identifies the "Permanent Party Program Requirements" (line 15) by comparing
base loading (people) and projected inventory. "School Program Requirements" are
identified in the R-19 on page two (line 33), by comparing student throughput demand
and projected inventory. OCONUS (overseas) locations shall coordinate with CNIC to
determine if reduction in space and finish criteria for austere locations may be effective.
All requirements comply with DNS Memo 24 Mar 2011, summarized as follows:
Permanent Party (Navy).
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E1-E3: Shared bedrooms, with a bathroom to be used by 2 persons maximum.
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E4: Private bedroom, with a bathroom to be used by 2 persons maximum.
E5-E6 (at remote locations): Private bedroom, with a bathroom to be used by 2 persons
maximum.
E7-E9, O1 and above (at remote locations): Private unit with living room, bedroom,
kitchen, and bathroom
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E1-E3: Shared bedrooms, with a bathroom to be used by 2 persons maximum.
E4-E6: Private bedroom, with a bathroom to be used by 2 persons maximum.
E7-E9, O1 and above: Private bedroom, private bathroom
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Students (Navy).
Recruit: Use the Open Bay configuration.
Training Necessity: Shared bedrooms, with a bathroom to be used by 2 persons
maximum.
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Marine Corps Requirements Determination.
Marine Corps UH requirements are defined in annual BEQ Requirements Worksheet
generated by MCICOM GF to the Installations Permanent Party.
E1-E3: Shared bedroom, with a bathroom to be used by 2 persons maximum.
E4-E5: Private bedroom, with a private bathroom.
Students (Marine Corps).
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Recruit: use the Open Bay plan to house personnel engaged in duty that requires
special housing in groups to accomplish their tasks. These include basic training, followon entry level training at the Schools of Infantry (East and West), Special Forces with
special mission needs, or other special situations as approved.
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training at Marine Corps Formal schools will be billeted at the 2+0 standard, unless
otherwise approved.
Officer Accession: Shared bedrooms, with a bathroom to be used by 2 persons
maximum.
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Site Selection.
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Site selection is a key aspect of initial project development and requires thoughtful
consideration. This is part of a comprehensive planning process. After site selection
and approval, thorough site and field investigations are performed.
For Navy projects, follow the established planning process.
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For Marine Corps projects, follow the site selection process in accordance with
the Base Installation Master Plan.
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Project Analysis and Engineering Phase.
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2-1.4
After a project is initiated, it is analyzed and defined. During the project analysis stage,
the project team meets to define the project so as to have a clear understanding of the
project goals and objectives. The customer, CNIC/HQMC, design agent, and
architect/engineer (A/E) team then develops the project documentation based on an
analysis of unique customer needs, requirements, established criteria, and site and
environmental constraints. Information gathered provides the basis for defining the
preliminary design and supports the project engineering phase, parametric cost
estimating (PCE), and programming process. Information required includes space
planning, site design, selection of the appropriate plan, and building design, elements
and concepts. Unique local requirements concerning building program and design
criteria are included in the PCE.
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Antiterrorism requirements are established as part of the design program and
are identified as a separate line item in the DD Form 1391 estimate.
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For Navy Modernization projects a Business Case Analysis (BCA) is required
for OPNAV review and approval.
ASSIGNMENT STANDARDS.
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Navy: Assignment standards for the Navy are described in DOD Manual 4165.63-M,
DOD Housing Management Manual, latest edition, and NAVADMIN 072/12 Interim
Change to OPNAVINST 5009.1, Responsibility for Navy Housing and Lodging
Programs.
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Marine Corps: Assignment standards for Marine Corps personnel are described in
Marine Corps Order (MCO) P11000.22, Housing Management Manual. Refer to DOD
4165.63-M for additional information.
FACILITY FUNCTIONS.
Three basic functional activities must be addressed in Navy and Marine Corps UH:
“Units” (Navy) and “Rooms” (Marine Corps); Building Common Areas; Recreational and
Community Areas.
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Terminology: “Unit”, “Room”, “Plan”, “Open Bay”
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The basic living unit may be composed of bedroom, living area, personal storage closet,
bathroom, sink/personal hygiene area, food preparation area, and telecommunications
as applicable. Navy and Marine Corps terminology differs for the same entity.
"Unit". Navy unaccompanied housing living spaces shall be referred to as "Units. The
‘Unit’ will refer to any group of rooms sharing any common space, such that a ‘2+0 Unit’
is composed of only one room and bathroom, whereas a ‘Market Unit’ might include
several bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen and living/dining area.
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"Room" or "Plan". The Marine Corps uses the terms “Room” or “Plan” in reference to
their basic unaccompanied Housing living spaces, resulting in the “Marine Corps 2+0
Room”, “SNCO/BOQ Room” and “Marine Corps Officer Plan”.
Both Navy and Marine Corps use the term "Open Bay".
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Building Common Areas (Spaces).
Building Common Areas (Spaces) are spaces within the building that are not included
within the Unit and Room and Marines Officer Plan. Examples of these spaces are:
entrance, laundry facilities, bulk storage, utility space, mail service area, circulation
space, multipurpose space, vending areas, public toilets, supply storage rooms, and
administration area. See Chapter 4.
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Allowances for Common Areas (Spaces) vary depending upon the plan used.
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Not all Common Areas (Spaces) are permitted or available for all plans.
Recreation and Community Areas (Spaces).
Recreation and Community Areas (spaces) are outdoor activity areas. See Chapter 3,
paragraph entitled “Outdoor Recreation” for a more detailed description.
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Recruits.
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Restoration and Modernization (RM) projects must be executed in accordance with
OPNAVINST 11010.20G. This document provides detailed guidance for the
administration of facilities projects at Navy shore installations. The criteria standards to
be followed for Construction, or Restoration and Modernization are determined by the
planned use of the facility as determined by the housing authority. Chapter 4 contains
additional information for the housing authority and project team to determine best
practices for renovation or redesign of previous construction standards. Modernization
projects which alter the configuration of the units and/or building require a Business
Case Analysis (BCA) approved by OPNAV.
Recruits shall use the Open Bay plan.
Training Necessity.
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All construction for Students in Officer Accessions (Officer Training Command) and
Enlisted (E1-E4), "non-prior service" in Initial Skills training ("A" Schools, Accessions
pipeline, "C" Schools, etc.) who have not yet had an assignment with a previous duty
station or fleet unit shall use the NETC Dormitory Unit with two per room, no more than
two per bath. The NETC Dormitory Unit construction standard applies to all Officer
Accessions and Enlisted Initial Skills Training, "A" Schools regardless of training
timeline (i.e., over or under 20 weeks). Housing for these students is part of the training
mission and separate from other unaccompanied housing, and students are considered
“Must House” on the installation.
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Mission Essential.
All construction for rotational Sailors outside their homeport and crewmembers of
uninhabitable ships/submarines outside their normal homeport shall use the Navy
Shared/Mobilization Unit.
2-4.4
Permanent Party.
All construction for Permanent Party UH shall use Market Units in accordance with
NAVADMIN 072/12. Students in training 20 weeks or longer with exception of Officer
Accessions and Enlisted "A" School pipeline training will be housed as Permanent Party
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(Market Units). This requirement is not applicable to renovation projects. Note that the
Navy no longer uses a 2+0 plan for new footprint Permanent Party construction.
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MARINE CORPS STANDARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION AND SRM.
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The criteria standards for Construction, Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization
(SRM) for Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing are referred to as Permanent Party,
Transients, or Recruits/Trainees. The existing building shell should be considered and
respected in re-design projects. Modernization projects which alter the structural
configuration of the building require a Business Case Analysis (BCA) approved by the
Marine Corps Office Facilities and Services Division (Code LF).
Permanent Party.
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All new Marine Corps construction for Permanent Party shall use the Marine Corps 2+0
Room.
Recruits and Trainees.
Geographic Bachelors and Civilians.
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Use the Open-Bay Plan to house personnel engaged in duty that requires special
housing in groups to accomplish their tasks. These include basic training, follow-on
entry level training at the Schools of Infantry (East and West), Special Forces with
special mission needs, or other special situations as approved by HQMC Facilities and
Services Division (Code LF). Marines undergoing Military Occupational Specialty
training at Marine Corps formal schools will be billeted at the 2+0 standard, unless
otherwise approved by HQMC Facilities and Services Division (Code LF).
The Marine Corps does not plan or construct for Geographic Bachelors and Permanent
Party Civilians
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DESIGN LIMITATIONS.
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Graphic illustrations in this document are the basic building blocks from which UH
designs are developed. These illustrations are provided to promote uniformity in the
design of projects. These designs may be altered, but the mandatory size limits require
that any variations be small. Required Common Areas (Spaces) for each plan differ.
Refer to the specific Unit or Plan within subsequent chapters for the detailed
descriptions of required Common Areas (Spaces).
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While plan layouts may be altered to some degree, all of the detailed features
and fixtures must be included as a mandatory minimum.
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The Net Living/Sleeping Areas must be met and gross area maximums must not
be exceeded.
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Plan room dimensions are NOT fixed, but should remain functional. Bedrooms
should be sized to accommodate two extra-long twin beds.
GROSS BUILDING AREA.
When calculating the Gross Building Area, measure from the outside face to the outside
face of exterior walls.
2-7.1
Gross Building Area = Unit/Room + Common Area (Space).
Market Unit - The maximum allowable gross building area is 530 ft2 (49m2) per
bedroom, based on a two-bedroom Unit. This maximum is not applicable for onebedroom Units.
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Navy NETC Dormitory Unit / Shared Mobilization - The maximum allowed per
plan Gross Building Area is 520 ft2 (48m2).
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Marine Corps 2+0 Room - The maximum allowed per plan is Gross Building Area
of 506 ft2 (48m2).
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Marine Corps Officer Plan – The maximum allowed per plan is Gross Building
area of 743 ft2 (69m2).
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Open Bay Plans - The maximum allowed per person housed is Gross Building
Area of 140 ft2 (13m2).
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Building Area Calculation.
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For detailed information on Facilities Planning criteria for Navy/Marine Corps shore
installations, and project scope (size) calculations, refer to UFC 2-000-05N/P-80.
2-7.3
Half Scope Items.
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When calculating Gross Building Area for programming purposes, count the following as
Half-Scope:
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Balconies and Exterior Covered Areas over 21.5 ft2 (2 m2), and measure from the
face of the enclosure wall to the edge of the covered area;
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Stairs and Stairwells; half of the horizontal projection of the stair per floor they
serve.
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Elevators and shafts (count as half scope per floor that they serve);
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Chases used for mechanical, electrical or plumbing count as half area per floor
that they serve.
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Navy: Square footage of interior corridors for enlisted unaccompanied housing will be
calculated as “half-scope” in determining total facility square footage; per PDASN (I&E)
Memo dated 19 January 2010.
Marine Corps: Square footage of interior corridors for enlisted unaccompanied housing
will be calculated as “half-scope” in determining total facility square footage; per PDASN
(I&E) Memo dated 4 September 2009.
Excluded Scope Items.
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2-7.4
When calculating Gross Building Area Allowances for programming, do not include the
following:
Roof overhangs;
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Mechanical equipment balconies;
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Exterior sidewalks that serve rooms at ground level.
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High Rise Structures and Additional Gross Area.
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Multi-level construction requires additional structural and mechanical support.
Therefore, for buildings above 3 stories an additional area of 21.5 ft2 (2m2) may be
added to the allowable gross area per Navy Unit or Marine Corps Plan. This must be
identified and justified as a separate item in the DD 1391 documentation.
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GROSS “UNIT” OR “ROOM” AREA.
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Gross Unit or Room Area is defined as the area within the walls comprising the
perimeter of a (Navy) Unit or (Marine Corps) Room. Review the paragraph entitled
“Terminology for "Unit", "Room", "Plan" and "Open Bay"”.
Wall thickness and chase areas within the perimeter walls are included in the
Gross Area.
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Gross Area is measured from the centerline of perimeter walls shared with
interior corridors, common chases, or other rooms.
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Gross Area is measured to the outside face of exterior walls.
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Plan corner rooms with two exterior walls are to have the same interior
dimensions as other rooms, even though technically the Gross Area for these
corner spaces is slightly more than for other spaces.
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Net Living/Sleeping Area.
Net Living/Sleeping Area describes the actual usable space in each sleeping/living area.
Refer to DOD 4165.63-M for additional descriptive information.
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CHAPTER 3 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA - NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
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SCOPE.
This Chapter is applicable to new construction, and renovation and modernization
projects. Redesign and renovation project teams shall apply sections relevant to the
scope of work for their project.
SITE DESIGN.
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Analysis of existing site conditions (e.g., utilities and plant material, traffic patterns, land
use, community facilities, and off-site workplaces), and antiterrorism is important for
effective site design.
Site Navy and Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing to take advantage of the
positive features of the site. Provide protection from undesirable winds and
glare, shading from excessive sun in warm climates, and orientation of operable
windows to take advantage of summer breezes.
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Pay special attention to building orientation, mass, and scale in developing the
site plan. Develop a sense of order, arrival, orientation, and community in
planning the site. Arrange the placement of structures in relationship to one
another to create outdoor spaces for use as passive or active recreation areas.
Achieve spatial balance and scale through thoughtful placement and
arrangement of structures, landscaping, and landforms. Organize the site using
functional zones and the appropriate relationship of functions. Intermittent
functions such as trash collection, vending machine service, furniture moving,
and mechanical repair should not interrupt residents’ activities.
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Establishing the finished floor elevation of the project is one of the most important
aspects of site planning. The Finished Floor Elevation affects grading, cut and fill,
and visual impact of the facility; as well as interior and exterior transitions. In
addition, the Finished Floor Elevation has a significant impact on the landscape
architect’s ability to effectively introduce plant materials into the new
environment. When the approach is to “level the site” without sensitivity to other
demands, the results lack visual interest. Closely combine efforts of the
landscape architect, architect, and civil engineer to achieve the most optimum
design results. For Civil Engineering, provide the facility’s minimum finished floor
elevation and the mechanical/electrical equipment pad elevations in accordance
with the latest civil design guidance.
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Walkways and Sidewalks.
Locate and size walkways to efficiently connect residents with site amenities, parking,
station transportation, community facilities, jogging trails, and workplaces. Place
walkways with emphasis on functional rather than formal needs. Grade walkways to
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drain away from the building and ensure non-slip surfaces are provided. Consider
security in all circulation designs.
Construct walkways to building entrances to be 8 feet (2.5 meters) wide.
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Construct sidewalks used for troop formations to be as much as 28 feet (8.5
meters) wide.
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Construct typical pedestrian sidewalks 6 feet (2 meters) wide.
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Vehicular Access.
3-2.3
Parking.
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Provide access to the housing site from secondary (collector) streets to reduce
congestion associated with main arterial streets. Where possible, divide main
entrances with landscaped traffic medians between entry and exit lanes. Because of
high volume of traffic using the entrances, construct the width of non-divided entrances
to be a minimum of 24.6 feet (7.5 meters). Carefully review security requirements when
designing for vehicular access.
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Review the security study and incorporate its requirements into the design. Ensure
existing and proposed parking is in compliance with Chapter 3 paragraph entitled,
Antiterrorism. Provide parking for residents, visitors, staff, and service personnel that is
convenient, safe, and pleasant to use. Locate and shape parking areas to improve the
residential environment. Use landforms such as earth berms, retention ponds, and tree
islands to separate parking from other functional zones and to buffer the residential area
from possible surrounding adverse environment.
Maintenance parking for service functions does not necessarily require dedicated
space. Use the expected frequency of maintenance vehicles to determine whether
dedicated parking is needed. Locate service access and parking to avoid disturbing
residents.
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Provide standard parking spaces for 70% of the resident capacity. Provide motorcycle
parking for 5% of the resident capacity; provide dedicated space with concrete paving.
Provide bicycle parking for 5% of the resident capacity; provide secure, weather
protected, conveniently located facilities. Navy prefers interior bicycle storage in the
building or parking structures. Provide visitor parking for 2% of the resident capacity.
Locate two standard parking spaces for guest check-in near the entrance. Provide
parking for each staff member and locate staff parking at the outer areas of the parking
area.
3-2.4
Vehicular Service to Building.
Antiterrorism requirements take precedence over all other requirements.
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Entrances. Where possible, separate service entrances associated with
mechanical rooms or mechanical enclosures from parking areas.
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Design access streets and parking areas to accommodate service vehicles and
fire protection equipment. Where interior court areas are being proposed
between adjoining buildings, consider designing the main pedestrian walks to
accommodate service and fire protection vehicles. For example, construct the
minimum width of such walkways a minimum of 8 feet (2.5 meters) wide and
constructed using reinforced concrete to accommodate government vehicle
weight class 4 and 5.
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Consider treating the walkways with a patterned concrete system to minimize the
negative impact of the wider access route. Use materials such as concrete grass
road type pavers to provide access for infrequent service vehicles.
Bus Route Access.
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Consider developing shelters and walks to serve personnel needs if the base provides
bus service. Design bus shelters to be compatible with the architectural aesthetic of
existing buildings, Installation Appearance Plan (IAP), and existing bus shelters on
base. Program at least one bus stop shelter for each major housing complex.
Coordinate with the base in selecting a new shelter that is programmed with new
projects, where existing shelter design needs upgrading.
Utility Corridors.
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Develop utility corridors in coordination with the planner, electrical, mechanical, and civil
engineers. Size the corridors to accommodate future expansion. Locate utility corridors
no closer to tree trunks than one and one-half times the crown width of mature trees or
33 feet (10 meters), whichever is the greater amount. Locate utility corridors to allow for
future street tree plantings.
3-2.7
Fire Protection Access.
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Site new structures a minimum of 39 feet (12 meters) laterally from the closest adjoining
building. Provide fire department access, fire lanes, and fire apparatus turn-a-rounds in
accordance with UFC 3-600-01.
3-2.8
Site Furniture.
Select site furniture that is in harmony with the architecture of the new and surrounding
existing facilities, compliments the building, and makes the outdoor spaces more usable
and organized. The landscape architect must coordinate the selections with the
architect and interior designer to ensure smooth transitions are made in the procession
from within the building to the outdoors and vice versa. Effective transitions are affected
when building materials, colors used in the building exterior and interior areas, and
design details from the building are incorporated into the paving materials and site
furnishings. Durable site furnishings are to be used to support various site functions.
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Wherever possible, use recycled materials for site furnishings. Coordinate the use and
locations of site furnishings, trash receptacles, seating, picnic shelters and grills, and
lighting. Provide public areas suitable for various group sizes (4-20) with grills and at
least partially covered seating. Site public areas to accommodate larger coordinated
and smaller separated activities.
3-2.9
Mechanical Enclosures.
Trash Dumpsters.
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Screen mechanical equipment such as chillers, evaporating condensers, switchgear,
and electrical transformers. Use architectural screening materials that complement the
materials used to construct the new facility. Use landforms to screen objects in the
landscape that do not require enclosures. Design screening low and in cognizance of
the requirements of the Risk Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment and security
requirements.
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Locate dumpsters in areas away from main entrances, while still as convenient as
possible to residents and large trash handling trucks. Screen trash dumpster locations
with any combination of hard wall materials, earth forms, and landscaping to reduce
their impact. Where hard wall materials are used, use materials that complement the
materials used in the project and adjacent facilities. Locate dumpsters and design
screening in accordance with the requirements of the Risk Analysis and Vulnerability
Assessment and security requirements.
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For Navy, where large refuse containers or compactors are located within building
footprints, trash chutes shall be conveniently located for all occupants and trash rooms
shall be provided with a hose bib and floor drain for cleanup.
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Planting and Vegetation.
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Proper planning and design, plant selection, and use of turf alternatives and mulch
materials, zoning of plants in accordance with water requirements, soil improvements,
efficient irrigation, and appropriate maintenance are the fundamentals of good
landscape planting.
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Develop plantings to create an aesthetically pleasing landscape that conserves
water and resources while minimizing maintenance requirements.
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Provide low shrubs and ground covers at the building foundation, bio-retention
cells (if utilized), and for screening unsightly utility features.
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Provide trees throughout the site including at parking areas, along roadways,
around the building as appropriate, and in turf areas.
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Provide new plantings which enhance the visual quality of the site during all
seasons and incompliance with local installation standards.
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Provide a one year maintenance contract on all plants, including sod or grass
seeded areas.
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Provide plant materials that are drought tolerant, disease and pest resistant, and
mostly native.
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All plantings must meet Anti-terrorist (AT) Standards.
Landscape Maintenance Provisions.
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The initial contract must provide landscape establishment and maintenance for
installation of plant materials. Use a one-year duration of the establishment period in all
cases. This must not be made optional. Include the following establishment
requirements:
Irrigation.
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Mowing and edging, replacing mulch;
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Inspection, control of pests and weed control;
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Tightening, staking and guying materials, pruning, fertilization;
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Maintaining watering saucers.
Irrigation.
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Permanent irrigation systems are required only for perimeter planted areas in Navy
projects (i.e., the 20 foot (6.096 meter) perimeter immediately around building).
Permanent irrigation systems are not required in Marine Corps projects. Permanent
irrigation systems may be approved where climactic conditions dictate.
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Outdoor Recreation.
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For Navy projects, a Recreational Services Assessment shall be completed for each
project. The findings of this assessment shall be incorporated into the project
documentation.
For Marine Corps projects, when providing sand volleyball courts and full basketball
facilities or other appropriate amenities, light these facilities for evening use. Locate
these recreational functions to reduce interference with other functions on and near the
site. Shelter or screen both active and passive recreational facilities to temper wind and
other climate elements. Provide horseshoe pits, tables, benches, appropriate lighting
for safety and evening recreational activities, and appropriate landscape plant materials.
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RESTORATION AND MODERNIZATION REQUIREMENTS.
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Projects for any existing facility housing unaccompanied personnel shall incorporate a
‘whole building approach’ with the goal of eliminating all identified building deficiencies.
3-3.1
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Restoration or Modernization (RM) projects shall address all identified deficiencies
(Condition and Configuration), and functional QOL (Quality of Life) deficiencies as
defined by UHAP (Unaccompanied Housing Assessment Program). Restoration and
Redesign projects shall comply with OPNAVINST 11010.20G, Facilities Projects
Instruction. UH Master Plan will provide programming guidance for FY13-20 RM
projects. RM projects shall comply with the following:
Perform a business case analysis and determine whether renovation or
replacement construction is more cost effective.
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Do not redesign for the sole purpose of meeting new construction criteria, except
where existing designs are inadequate. Inadequate building designs, for
Permanent Party usage, include any layout where assignments to the unit cannot
be adjusted to ensure that no more than 2 Sailors share a bathroom.
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Redesigns shall adjust unit designs to work within existing structural constraints
to maximize building area while minimizing investment.
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Freestanding columns are allowed in redesigned units, provided they do not
interfere with a functional area or use.
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Restoration and Modernization projects for the Marine Corps will be executed to the
maximum extent possible to include new construction requirements noting that a 2+0
standard (assignment) may not be achieved within existing older facilities.
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STRUCTURAL DESIGN.
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Use UFC 1-200-01 for structural engineering and seismic design.
3-4.1
Structural Selection.
Coordinate column spacing and layout with the building’s floor plan so that they occur
within or in alignment with walls. Hold columns occurring within spaces to a minimum
and limit them to larger public spaces. Analyze and select the proposed structural
system that is the most economical method of realizing the architectural design intent.
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Select an economical structural system based on: facility size; load requirements;
geotechnical conditions and foundation design based on local experience;
Antiterrorism considerations, including progressive collapse for buildings of three
stories or greater; local availability of materials and labor; local construction
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practices; experience of inspection personnel; resistance to fire; permafrost
conditions; construction schedule.
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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS.
The use of asbestos-containing materials and lead-based paint is prohibited.
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CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS.
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HISTORICAL STRUCTURES.
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Evaluate the site for potential soil and groundwater contamination. Check with the
Installation Environmental Restoration Program and Underground Storage Tank
Program managers, and consider previous uses of the site.
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NEPA.
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Include the State historical representative in initial planning for buildings eligible or listed
as a historically significant structure.
Include considerations for effecting compliance with the National Environmental Policy
Act (NEPA) in initial planning.
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ARCHAEOLOGY.
RADON.
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Include in a preplanning site investigation whether the affected area of construction
involves earthwork in an archaeologically sensitive area.
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Check EPA’s Map of Radon Zones, to determine the radon priority area. Check the
results of the Navy radon survey conducted under the Navy Radon Assessment and
Mitigation Program (NAVRAMP) by contacting base environmental personnel and the
Facility Engineering Command or EFA Air Pollution Engineer. Check EPA document
Model Standards and Techniques for Control of Radon in New Residential Buildings,
Federal Register 59 FR 13402 dated 21 March 1994.
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Mitigation. Provide passive sub-slab depressurization systems for projects
located in the Priority Area No. 1 and all areas identified by NAVRAMP to have
expected radon levels greater than 4 pCi/L. Change the system to active if
needed based on follow up testing.
ANTITERRORISM (AT).
The DOD objective is to eliminate personnel exposure to security threats in occupied
Unaccompanied Housing and workspaces and limit property damage and minimize the
likelihood of mass casualties from terrorist attacks through cost effective security
improvements. DOD policy and guidance for antiterrorism and the physical security of
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facilities is contained in core criteria as referenced in UFC 1-200-01. Use UFC 4-010-01
and Geographic Combatant Commander Antiterrorism construction standards for these
antiterrorism requirements. These requirements are applicable for new construction,
restoration, and modernization or redesign of existing facilities.
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Vulnerability and Risk Assessment.
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During the initial planning process, the Planning Team may conduct a vulnerability
assessment to determine the appropriate Design Basis Threat (DBT) and associated
level of protection. Use UFC 4-020-01.
UH Design in High Threat Environments.
When the vulnerability and risk assessment of a new project identifies a higher DBT, the
following minimum design features may to be required:
Kitchen/Bath. Kitchen and bath areas located to the threat side of the occupied
space as a buffer to the more frequently occupied sleeping areas.
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Windows and Glass. Limit the use of doors and windows. Windows must be
operable, and with lockable hardware.
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Protected Courtyard. A protected courtyard may or may not be a structurally
enclosed space. A protected courtyard is a space where access by unauthorized
persons or vehicles is limited by landscaping, structures or fencing.
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Design buildings to make arrival and movement through them orderly and clearly
understandable by users (visitors, residents, staff, and service personnel). Use
circulation to organize and zone activities and to promote physical security.
Provide a single public entrance to the building and to different functional areas
within the building.
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Provide a weather protected entrance vestibule with two sets of doors. The first
exterior door shall not be secured. The second door set to provide secure access
to the building.
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Architectural Character and Scale.
Design the architectural character of the facility in context with its surroundings, and
relate not only to the immediate site and adjacent buildings, but also to the Installation
itself.
3-12.2
Residential Character for Unaccompanied Housing.
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Design housing to provide a residential environment through both exterior and interior
elements. Design exterior building forms to reflect the residential character of the
project. These residential images can be reinforced through the following:
Provide gable or similar steep sloped roof shapes. Sloped metal roofs are
mandatory on Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing.
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Limit building height to three stories unless land shortage can be documented.
Where three stories cannot be used, investigate using several building heights to
introduce residential quality to the complex.
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Bay windows may be used to change the exterior appearance from institutional
to more residential. Additionally, architecturally integrated sun shades or other
features are acceptable.
MODEL UNIT “MOCKUPS”.
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Mockups are required for Navy construction of restoration and modernization
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Construction of a Model Unit or "Mockup" of a typical Unit/Plan or selected spaces
within a typical Unit/Plan created and finished for illustration purposes, have proven to
be very effective in cost management and quality control. They are most successful
when completed prior to the start of project construction. For new construction,
mockups may be elemental or whole, built off-site and later dismantled or built on-site
and converted for actual use. For RM construct mockups in place on-site and convert to
actual use to be most cost effective. Mockup reviews shall include acoustical field
testing in accordance ASTM E336.
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Mockups are encouraged for Marine Corps projects where space is available and
time permitting, and if so, incorporated in the project RFP.
LIFE SAFETY AND FIRE PROTECTION.
3-14.1
Sprinkler Systems.
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All Unaccompanied Housing buildings are required to be sprinkled.
3-14.2
Fire Alarm Systems.
Install addressable building fire alarms systems and connect to the base reporting
system.
3-14.3
Smoke Detectors.
Install smoke detectors for all personnel housing facilities and power them from the
building fire alarm system.
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Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detectors.
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Install approved carbon monoxide detectors in all Navy and Marine Corps
Unaccompanied Housing that contain carbon-based fuel burning systems. Use carbon
monoxide detectors that are 24 Vdc powered by the building fire alarm system. An
alarm from the Carbon monoxide detector will cause the fire alarm system to activate a
voice announcement stating the following," Carbon monoxide has been detected in the
building. Please exit the building." The fire alarm system shall send a separate signal
via the base reporting system.
ACOUSTICS.
Careful attention to acoustic design is required for Navy and Marine Corps UH to
ensure a high degree of privacy for residents. Design to meet acoustic
requirements structurally rather than through the use of applied finishes. Do not
compromise the acoustical integrity of wall, floor, or ceiling assemblies with
electrical outlets, or mechanical ducts. If required, field test assemblies in
accordance with ASTM E336 and ASTM E492. Provide the following acoustic
ratings:
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All acoustic materials shall meet the requirements in UFC 3-600-01 for interior
finishes.
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Walls between living units and between living units and corridors, and exterior
walls of living units require a sound transmission class (STC) of minimum STC
55 for Navy and STC 50 for the Marine Corps.
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Walls within the living units (room to room) require a minimum STC 50 for Navy
and STC 45 for the Marine Corps.
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Floor and ceiling assemblies require a minimum STC 55 and have an impact
isolation class of at least (IIC) 60 for Navy. An impact Isolation rating (IIC) of STC
50 is the minimum design target for the Marine Corps, but an IIC45 is acceptable
if field tested.
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ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS AND FINISH
Refer to UFC 1-200-01 for direction to the appropriate core criteria for architectural
details and finish concerning:
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Exterior Finishes, vapor retarders, thermal insulation, and air infiltration.
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Roof systems. Design and detail roof systems to resist maximum wind for the
area. Provide a residential character through the use of gable or similar steep
sloped forms.
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DOORS.
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Specify doors, frames, and hardware to meet sound separation, fire separation, and
security requirements unique to Navy and Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing. All
doors and frames must be designed and installed in accordance with the findings of the
Risk Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment provided for the project. Fully weather strip
exterior doors and provide heavy duty metal thresholds that prevent drafts, dirt, water,
and insect entry. Provide lobby and entry vestibules with glass commercial storefront
doors with automatic openers at both sets of doors at major entrances. Provide other
exterior doors as metal, thermally insulated, and secure.
For Room Entry doors shall use solid core wood (interior access) or thermally
insulated metal doors (for exterior access) to provide sound isolation, and note
that the acoustic rating for these living areas is not required to meet the adjacent
wall rating. Provide a fire-rated, wide-angle security view port at 60-inch (1524
mm) height.
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doors within the units, while the Marines prefer solid core doors.
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HARDWARE AND LOCKS.
3-18.1
Navy.
Provide hardware that conforms to Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association
(BHMA) standards, BHMA A156. Electronic locks must be industry standard and
comply with UFC 3-600-01.
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Exterior doors. Electronic locks are required at all exterior doors. Building access
shall comply with CNIC and Installation standards. Provide dead bolt locks on
unit entrance doors.
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Unit entrance doors. Electronic key card locks of industry standard shall be
provided on all interior unit entrance, bedroom, closet doors and secured
common areas.
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Electronic lock systems shall have a mechanical key override. Hardware and
locks on fire doors must comply with the requirements of UFC 3-600-01. Use of
mechanical key/tumbler locks is limited to service closets and administrative
spaces.
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Marine Corps.
Marine Corps shall use BHMA A156, commercial grade locks and hardware (1000
series), Grade 1 for entry doors and Room interior doors use BHMA 4000 series Grade
1 locksets and privacy latches. Magnetic key card systems shall use hard key override;
and may be hardwired or battery operated. Provide dead bolt locks, and night latches,
(card) keys without room numbers, and door guard. Provide hinges that conform to
BHMA Grade 1 standards. Hardware and locks on fire doors must comply with the
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requirements of UFC 3-600-01. Use of plastic key cards (smart cards), programmable
locks, or magnetic reader cards are preferred over key/tumbler hardware. Marine Corps
projects require padlocking slide bolt hardware for closets.
3-18.3
Electronic Lock Systems.
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There are a variety of electronic lock systems available, and these different systems are
not interoperable. Installations shall ensure procurement of new and replacement lock
systems are based upon a single system to reduce operating costs.
New and replacement electronic lock systems shall be stand-alone, not connected to
any information network. Procurement of networked electronic lock systems is
prohibited.
Use stand-alone key-encoding systems.
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Use of CAC cards as keys for new internal lock systems is prohibited.
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Use industry standard key cards (magnetic, contact, RFDI, etc.).
3-18.4
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Bathroom Locks.
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When determining lock configuration requirements, consider the different locks an
occupant will need to open. If electronic, e ach occupant’s key card must be able to
open the entrance to their unit, their bedroom door if applicable, and their closet door.
Additionally, occupant key cards should open secured common rooms (Lounges,
Kitchens, Laundry, etc.), as appropriate.
Electric locks are not required on bath and toilet rooms.
Navy shall use a privacy latch.
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privacy. Ensure that bathroom doors cannot be locked from the outside.
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WINDOWS.
All fenestration must conform to the recommendations of DOD standards for buildings,
and fire and life safety, including exiting. Place windows to prevent illicit entry
accomplished by reaching adjacent entry door hardware. For exterior corridor
configurations, where windows are likely to be kept covered for privacy, higher
fenestration with a separate covering mechanism is recommended to allow light to enter
the room while maintaining privacy at eye level. In general, size glazed openings to
approximately 30% window to wall ratio to provide day light. Operable windows are
encouraged within sleeping and living areas; subject to code compliance. Window
sizing, placement, and shading should respond to the building’s orientation and climate
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zone. Projects must provide an energy efficient envelope which considers many aspects
of opening design: allowing winter sun, shading summer sun, allowing day light into the
majority of a given sleeping or living space, and quality of the glazing system. Specify
commercial grade windows; low “E” glass is required. Install heavy duty insect screens
on operable windows. For more information about optimum daylighting, see Tips for
Daylighting with Windows.
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WALLS AND PARTITIONS.
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Design walls and partitions to meet appearance and acoustic and durability
requirements of Navy and Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing. Seal edges of wall
assemblies to adjacent construction to avoid flanking sound paths. Consider ease of
repair and refinishing when choosing wall finishes. Proprietary finishes are prohibited.
Provide corner guards on walls in public areas.
For Navy projects, use light-frame construction for interior wall construction.
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Marine Corps exterior walls shall be masonry construction and finish. Basic wall
construction types may consist of concrete modular units (CMU), precast
concrete, or cast-in-place concrete construction, where appropriate. The Marine
Corps requires interior walls with hard finishes similar in durability to CMU. Any
deviations must be approved by HQMC Facilities and Services Division, (Code
LF).
INTERIOR FINISHES.
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Refer to the tables in this manual for specific interior finish schedules for Navy and the
Marine Corps. Employ finishes that are easily cleaned, and endure hard use and food
spills. Neutral colors shall be selected for the more permanent surfaces within the
facility (i.e.; floor/wall tiles, solid surfacing material, masonry) to facilitate future
finish/material changes with respect to Installation guidelines where available.
See Table 3-1 for Navy outline interior finish requirements. In high-use areas,
consider double layer gypsum board, high-impact gypsum board, plywood
backing board as a base to gypsum board, or similar. Vinyl Wall Covering is
prohibited in Navy Unaccompanied Housing facilities.
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See Table 3-2 for Marine Corps interior finish requirements. Note the Marine
Corps requires CMU interior walls and masonry exterior construction and finish.
A waiver is required for any deviation. Refer to the Paragraph entitled “Waivers”
for the Marine Corps Waiver Process.
Wall Protection.
Provide resilient corner guards consisting of integrally colored high impact resistant
extruded vinyl, polyvinyl chloride, stainless steel, or injection molded thermal plastic.
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Install at external corners of gypsum board interior walls, partitions, and columns in all
public spaces.
3-21.2
Ceilings.
Paint ceilings off-white. Suspended acoustical tile (SAT) is prohibited in all
bedrooms/bathrooms in Unaccompanied Housing projects. Suspended acoustical tile
may be used in corridors, entryways, and multi-purpose rooms.
Paint.
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coat and two finish coats. Paint walls, ceilings and trim in units and public common
spaces with latex semi-gloss enamel. Blown-on acoustic finish is not allowed. Paint
exterior surfaces requiring painting with a minimum of one prime coat and two finish
coats. Back prime wood trim frames, and other wood. Apply exterior semi-transparent
sealing stains to wood surfaces with two coats minimum.
3-21.4
Flooring.
3-21.4.1
Resilient Flooring.
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Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) flooring must comply with ASTM F 1006, minimum 3/32"
thickness, Composition 1, Class 2, in accord with ASTM F1066. Sheet Vinyl flooring
must comply with ASTM F 1303, minimum .08 inch (.20 cm) thickness and .05 inch (.13
cm) wear thickness. Avoid “no wax” surfaces, and white as a predominant color. Use
of no-wax solid vinyl planking is permitted. Installations may choose colors, and shall
specify Resilient Floor Covering Institute (RFCI) FloorScore Certified products.
3-21.4.2
Carpet.
Marine Corps does not carpet hallways. For Navy, carpet tiles are acceptable for
common areas and for administration areas (spaces). If hallways are carpeted, carpet
tiles are required.
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Performance standards for carpet in Unaccompanied Housing will be according to
UFGS 09 68 00, Carpet, and additionally as follows:
Provide Commercial Grade; Loop Pile construction; Attached Water-resistant backing;
Impervious to harsh chemicals, using solution-dyed nylon. Low absorption rate; Low
static buildup; Permanent fade/10 year colorfast warranty; Carpet and Rug Institute
(CRI) Green Label Plus carpet and adhesive.
3-21.4.3
Porcelain and Ceramic Tile.
Navy, where provided, floor tiles shall be slip resistant porcelain floor tiles in baths and
toilets. Specify a mottled or shaded tile to hide discoloration from detergents, etc.
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Marine Corps use slip resistant porcelain floor tiles in baths and toilets. Specify a
mottled or shaded tile to hide discoloration from detergents, etc. Use solid surface
material or wall tile from floor to ceiling around bathtubs and showers, and in toilet
compartments. Provide wainscot-height 48 inch (121.92 cm) minimum to full height wall
tile on the other walls.
3-21.4.4
Wood and Engineered Flooring.
3-21.4.5
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Pre-finished hardwood (minimum ¾ inch (1.95 cm) thickness), bamboo (minimum 5/8
inch (1.59 cm) thickness, (minimum 1200 psi hardness) and engineered flooring (i.e.
laminated hardwood) shall be limited to entry areas and accent flooring, specify
FloorScore Certified products.
Base Molding.
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use FloorScore Certified vinyl molding. Accent base molding may be provided in
building and elevator lobbies.
3-21.4.6
EPA Designated Products.
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Certain types of products are listed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a
Designated Product because they contain, or are manufactured using environmentally
desirable products. Federal agencies are required to give first preference to EPA
Designated Products. DOD policy requires all purchases of EPA designated products
to comply with affirmative procurement requirements. SECNAV policy makes affirmative
procurement mandatory for all Navy purchases of EPA designated products. Design
specifications are required by the FAR to specify the use of EPA designated products
containing the maximum practicable amount of recovered materials.
Procurement agencies are required to give preference to purchase EPA designated
products subject to the following:
The product must be available at reasonable cost;
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project;
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The product must be available in a reasonable timeframe.
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Cabinets, Millwork, and Hardware.
Construct cabinets to American Woodworking Institute Custom grade with heavy-duty
hardware.
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Kitchen countertops shall be solid surface or solid surface veneer. Use of
natural stone is prohibited.
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Bathroom vanity tops shall be solid surface, solid surface veneer or
cultured marble, with integral sink bowl.
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Cabinet boxes should be minimum 11/2 in (12.7 mm) hardwood plywood.
Cabinet backs and drawer bottoms should be minimum 1/4 in (6.4 mm)
hardwood plywood.
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Shelving should be 5/8 in (15.8 mm) hardwood plywood matching front
edge banding. Hanging or mounting rails, and toe kicks, should be a 3/4 in
(19 mm) hardwood.
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Cabinet frames, doors and drawer fronts should be 3/4 in (19 mm)
hardwood. Drawer boxes should be 5/8 in (15.8 mm) hardwood plywood,
with dovetail or box joints, mounted on full extension guides, rated for
minimum 75 lbs (34 kg).
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Provide adjustable, cup type, hinges having a minimum 105-degree swing.
Cabinets and countertop support must comply with CPA/ANSI A208.2 or
ANSI/HPVA HP-1 standards for low formaldehyde emissions.
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Sustainable alternative materials should be considered where they provide
comparable strength, quality and durability, including formaldehyde free,
or no added formaldehyde plywood and alternative backer boards.
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INTERIOR FINISH SCHEDULE
AREA/SPACE
FLOORS
Administration/
Carpet, Resilient or
Conference Rooms
Engineered Wood
Elevators
Lobby/Front Desk
Mechanical and
Electrical Rooms
Weather Vestibule
Resilient
Tile, Resilient or
integrally colored
and/or honed concrete
Sealed Concrete
Bike Rooms
Sealed Concrete
Trash Rooms
Sealed Concrete
Vending/Coffee Mess
Housekeeping/Linen
Sealed Concrete or
Resilient
Sealed Concrete
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Game Room
Public Toilets
Public Corridors
UNITS
Entry/Service Areas
Living/Dining Area
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Kitchen
Bedrooms
Closets
Laundry
Bathrooms/Vanity
CEILING
Gypsum board or SAT
Factory finish
Gypsum Board or
Accent material
Factory finish
Gypsum board or SAT
Gypsum Board,
Concrete or CMU
Exterior Building Finish
or Gypsum Board
Exposed Structure
Gypsum board.
Gypsum board or SAT
Gypsum board and Tile
Wainscot
Gypsum board or SAT
Gypsum board
Gypsum board or SAT
Gypsum Board,
Concrete or CMU
Gypsum Board,
Concrete or CMU
Gypsum Board,
Concrete or CMU
Gypsum board.
Exposed Structure or
SAT
Exposed Structure or
SAT
Exposed Structure
Gypsum board,
Concrete or CMU
Gypsum board or
Accent Finishes
Gypsum board or SAT
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
Gypsum board with tile
or solid surface wainscot
Gypsum board
Gypsum board
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Carpet Tile, Resilient or
Engineered Wood
Tile, integrally colored
and/or honed concrete,
or Poured Terrazzo
Tile, integrally colored
and/or honed concrete,
or Poured Terrazzo
Sealed Concrete
WALLS
Gypsum Board.
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Carpet Tile or Accent
Finishes
Resilient or Tile
Resilient, Tile or
Engineered Wood
Resilient or Tile
Resilient, Carpet Tile or
Engineered Wood
Resilient, Carpet Tile or
Engineered Wood
Resilient
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INTERIOR FINISH SCHEDULE
AREA/SPACE
FLOORS
Entry Vestibule
Epoxy Terrazzo,
Aggregate Concrete,
Solid Vinyl
Duty Bunk
Room
Public Head
Vending
Carpet Tile;
Solid Vinyl
Carpet Tile;
Solid Vinyl
Porcelain Tile;
Epoxy Terrazzo;
Concrete
Epoxy terrazzo;
Aggregate Concrete
Hard/Soft mix of Epoxy
Terrazzo; Aggregate
Concrete; Carpet Tile;
Porcelain Tile.
Janitor Closet
Laundry Room
Concrete sealed
Epoxy Terrazzo;
Aggregate Concrete
Epoxy Terrazzo;
Aggregate Concrete;
Solid Vinyl
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Room Service
Areas
Room Heads
Bedroom
Closets
Full Height Porcelain tile
Painted CMU, Note 2.
Painted CMU, optional
synthetic smooth plaster
finish. Painted CMU used
with split faced block
accents or equal. Note 2.
Painted CMU
Painted CMU
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Room
Public Corridors
Painted CMU, Note 2.
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WALLS
Painted CMU. Optional
synthetic smooth plaster
finish. Painted CMU should
be used with split block
accents or other equally
durable masonry. Note 2.
Painted CMU.
Epoxy Terrazzo;
Aggregate Concrete;
Solid Vinyl.
Epoxy Terrazzo;
Concrete sealed;
Solid Vinyl.
Porcelain Tile 12"x12";
Epoxy Terrazzo,
Aggregate Concrete.
Epoxy Terrazzo;
Aggregate Concrete;
Solid Vinyl
CEILING
Paint, optional
texture,
Paint, optional
texture,
Paint, optional
texture.
Paint, optional
texture.
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Paint, optional
texture, suspended
acoustical tile.
Paint.
Optional texture.
Paint
Paint
Painted CMU, optional
synthetic smooth plaster
finish. Painted CMU used
with split faced block
accents or equal. Note 2.
Painted CMU, Note 2
Paint, suspended
acoustical tile.
Painted CMU, optional
synthetic smooth plaster
finish. Painted CMU used
with split faced block
accents or equal. Note 2.
Solid Surface or Porcelain
Tile wainscot
Painted.
Optional texture.
Painted CMU
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3-21.6
Toilet Accessories.
Provide toilet accessories as surface mounted or recessed, of non-corrodible metal or
tile. Provide toilet paper holder, soap dish, combination tumbler and toothbrush holder,
bathrobe hooks, and towel bars. Provide a shower curtain rod. Specify rod at proper
height for conventional shower curtains (72 inches by 72 inches, approximately (1.8 m
by 1.8 m)).
Window Treatments.
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3-21.8
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contract. Dual fabric solar roller shade systems with manual roll chain operation are
recommended. Consider solar conditions when selecting a window treatment. Dual
solar shade system provides visual privacy and natural light, with black out shades for
sleeping. Track on side of system adds durability and stability. Window treatments
should overlap window openings to reduce light leakage, where possible. Note that
window treatments are considered collateral equipment and will be included in the
furnishings option. Any window treatment must have: flame resistance; blackout
shade/lining; commercial quality.
Furnishings, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E).
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\1\ Navy: UH FF&E procurement packages shall be designed by the same design agent
as the facility to ensure complete coordination. Final approval of UH FF&E
specifications will be determined by the design team to include guidance/input received
from the respective Naval Facilities Command Interior Designers. Use of turn-key
approach to UH FF&E procurement within military construction UH projects is directed
to the greatest extent possible and practical. This will ensure a coherent UH FF&E
package which promotes an increased QOL for occupants and makes the best use of
funding. This applies to UH furniture, furnishings, and equipment for new construction
(collateral equipment) and existing UH (whole room concept and replacement items). /1/
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Marine Corps: Marine Corps will prepare all BEQ FF&E procurement packages through
collaborative effort with Base Property, Purchasing and Contracting office, and
installation Bachelor Housing Directors. Final approval of BEQ FF&E specifications will
rest with the Installation BH Director. Procurement must conform to acceptable funding
restraints. Incorporate to the extent possible guidance/input received from the
respective Naval Facilities Command Interior Designers. Use of turn-key approach to
BEQ FF&E procurement within military construction BH projects is directed to the
greatest extent possible and practical. This will ensure a coherent BEQ FF&E package
which promotes an increased QOL for occupants and makes the best use of funding.
This applies to BH furniture, furnishings, and equipment for new construction (collateral
equipment) and existing BH (whole room concept and replacement items).
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For projects with exterior breezeway or balcony access to each room, consider the use
of an upper window, and transom over the entry door. This allows for the entry of
natural light into the occupants rooms while retaining privacy from travelers along the
breezeway or balcony.
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SIGNAGE.
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Prepare a signage design package that instructs the activity in maintenance of the
signage system, and provides equipment and materials necessary for this. Place
emphasis on directional signage to allow visitors and occupants to immediately
familiarize with room names and numbers.
Exterior Signs and Associated Equipment.
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furnished and installed under the construction contract. Economy, aesthetics, durability,
flexibility, ease of installation and maintenance are important considerations of signage
design. Design the system to inhibit vandalism but with flexibility to enable the addition
or deletion of information. Select a mounting mechanism for the signs to permit the
reuse of signs as the facility changes.
Specify an easily read typeface such as Helvetica Medium.
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Provide a signage plan, legend, and details. Indicate the design, location, and
installation method in the plan, elevations, and specifications.
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Require the contractor, in the project specifications, to make a comprehensive
submittal of the proposed signage system and to provide information necessary
for acquiring new or replacement signs.
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Provide building signs and other items on the building exterior that meet the IAP
(Installation Appearance Plan).
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The exterior signage system must be respected both on and off the specific
facility site. Any signage must also be harmonious in the landscape. Care must
be taken to use signs only when necessary and to restrict the use of random
sizing, placement, and colors.
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The interior designer will coordinate interior signage and identification with the
exterior designs.
Project Signage.
Provide the following signs for each project or building:
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Building Identification Sign;
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Directional Signs;
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Room Identification Signs. Provide a sign that incorporates the ability to display
8-1/2 inch by 11 inch, (21.59 cm by 27.94 cm) printed sheet of occupant
information;
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Regulatory Signs;
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Informational Signs;
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Notices Board for residents’ use (Permanent Party only);
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Bulletin Boards (for official use).
Interior Signage, Artwork and Accessories.
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Provide artwork for all public areas, except storage rooms and maintenance areas.
Coordinate graphics and interior signage to complement the architectural and finish
materials. Silk plants are recommended for public areas. Provide attached or integral
wall protection for recreational games such as dartboards and billiards. Provide bulletin
boards in service areas and at the main entry. Provide interior signage, bulletin boards
and any wall protection devices as an integral part of the construction contract. Artwork
and silk plants are considered collateral equipment and will be included in the
furnishings option. Provide interior signage at each room. Provide directional signage
as required for way finding. Provide interior signage educating occupants on energy
efficient and sustainable elements of the facility, particularly those elements with
occupant control or influence. Educational signage should be permanent in nature but
flexible for future additions/deletions of information.
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Apply smart building concepts using local loop technology. Avoid central controllers
and monitors. Provide an HVAC system to give residents individual choice of heating
and cooling year round within each living area. Provide one thermostat per unit. HVAC
systems must meet Energy Star/ FEMP standards of efficiency. All new buildings shall
meet ASHRAE 62.1 or ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation requirements. Air Conditioning is
mandatory in all Navy and Marines Unaccompanied Housing, except where an
exemption or waiver has been approved.
Camp Pendleton Waiver. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton's request for a waiver
was approved by Memorandum from Deputy Assistant Secretary (Installations and
Facilities), Wayne Arny to Assistant Deputy Commandant (Installations and Logistics)
R.S. Coleman, Air-Conditioning of Marine Corps Bachelor Housing Waiver Request,
signed with endorsements, dated 3 June, 2003.
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Design and construct new Navy facilities in accordance with ASHRAE 62.1 or ASHRAE
62.2, as applicable to facility size. Design and construct facilities to comply with UFC 3400-10N. Consideration should be given to all components of natural and mechanical
ventilation to provide a system which is adequately sized and easily maintained to avoid
excessive indoor moisture, mold growth, and poor indoor air quality.
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Navy Renovation and Redesign projects shall address building and unit ventilation and
moisture management deficiencies, and endeavor to comply with ASHRAE 62.1 or
62.2. Navy Renovation and Redesign projects shall also comply with in NAVFAC ITG
FY03-4, Mold Response Manual, where there is evidence or a history of mold problems
in the building or units.
For new construction, redesign, and renovation projects, UFC 1-200-01 provides
reference to the criteria governing moisture control.
SUSTAINABILITY.
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Navy requirements for LEED Registration and Certification apply to construction,
redesign, and renovation and modernization projects.
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COMMISSIONING.
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All projects, which include new building systems or equipment, require LEED
Fundamental Commissioning or an equivalent process as a minimum. Provide
Commissioning to meet the requirements of the latest version of the applicable USGBC
LEED Rating System. At a minimum, commission the following systems: HVAC
systems and controls, lighting controls, and if provided, day lighting controls,
refrigeration systems and controls, renewable energy systems, and domestic hot water
systems. The designated Commissioning Authority must meet the requirements of the
latest version of the applicable USGBC LEED Rating System, and must report results,
recommendations, and findings directly to the Government.
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PLUMBING.
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Avoid plumbing chases whenever possible by placing plumbing in wall cavities.
Mechanical engineers, architects, and structural engineers must coordinate to plan and
minimize the size and location of plumbing chases. Fixture clearances should be
appropriately sized for the intended occupants and use low-flow Water Sense
requirements where feasible.
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Provide hot and cold water to public toilets, en-suite bathrooms, compact
kitchens, janitor closets, and laundry rooms.
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Provide shutoff valves at all fixtures.
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Water Closets. Water Closets must be commercial quality, low consumption type.
It is recommended that areas with low water pressure use power-flush type water
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closets. Use elongated, one-piece construction with a closed front seat and a lid.
Provide matching water closets and bath fixtures in neutral color.
Navy: Provide residential, tank-type water closets.
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Marine Corps: Provide flush-valve toilets, dual-flush manual type, and overhead
rain fall type shower heads that meet low flow requirements.
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Central Heads: For Navy recruits only, provide central heads in open-bay
designs, including the following: Water closets 1 per 10 persons; Lavatories 1 per
10 persons; Showers 1 per 8 persons.
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Provide hose bibs on exterior walls of each building at 100 foot (30 meter)
intervals; in trash rooms and near rooftop mechanical units; frost-free as dictated
by climatic conditions. Provide floor drains in all janitor closets, laundry rooms,
public restrooms, and trash rooms.
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Provide a drinking fountain(s) with cooler for interior public areas.
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Domestic Hot Water System type is optional, but must meet FEMP
recommendations. Recommend building wide system.
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Natural Gas is prohibited in unit or room.
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Provide one Service Sink per floor.
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Use the following fixtures as standards: Washerless faucets at lavatories. Single
lever faucets at tub/showers or shower stalls. Provide showerheads with
maximum 2.2 gpm flow rate. Locate showerheads a minimum of 75 inches
(190.5 cm) above tub/shower base.
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Showers are to have acrylic, terrazzo or solid surface bases, with full height
surrounds. New construction shall provide a 12ft2 shower space with a minimum
dimension of 30 inches (76.2 cm). Renovation projects without redesign may
provide a minimum 30 inch (76.2 cm) dimension and 9 ft² in order to fit in existing
space.
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Provide stainless steel kitchen sinks (double bowl), kitchenette (single bowl). All
sinks to be provided with single lever faucets, sprayers are prohibited.
ELECTRICAL.
Provide site electrical utilities, interior distribution systems, communications and
security, and site lighting according to core criteria referenced by UFC 1-200-01 and the
latest installation design requirements. Provide site lighting to ensure occupants have a
means of safely moving between outdoor spaces. Refer to the Installation Appearance
Plan in the selection of light poles and signs. Provide adequate site lighting at any point
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where there is a change in grade requiring steps, near handicap and motorcycle parking
areas, and near main entrances to buildings. Provide exterior lighting in parking areas,
building entrances, and walkways.
Interior distribution systems includes service entrance and distribution equipment,
Televised Surveillance System (TVSS), dry type transformers, wiring devices,
raceways, conductors, interior lighting systems, emergency power systems, lightning
protection systems, hazardous locations, housing distribution, and systems furniture.
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Communications and security includes telecommunications systems, television
systems, electronic security systems (ESS), and intercommunication systems.
Ceiling Fans.
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ceiling fans shall be provided in bedrooms and living areas within units. Consider ceiling
fans for multipurpose rooms and laundry facilities.
Provide electrical outlets appropriately adjacent to telecommunication outlets combined
with television and telephone and computer data outlets. Provide duplex outlets in the
compact kitchen or service areas. Provide a service panel located within the Unit or
Room. Meter bases shall be provided for all new and renovated buildings.
Lighting.
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Provide Energy Star certified lighting fixtures and lamps. LED lamps are preferred. All
fixtures must be carefully selected to reflect a residential style, rather than institutional.
Hallway lighting (walls and ceilings) shall be recessed. Suspended exit signs are
prohibited. Surface mounted "pillow" or "cloud" light fixtures are prohibited for Navy.
Recessed fixtures are preferred by Navy and allowed by Marine Corps.
Navy:
Provide three-way switches at Unit/Room entrance and bedroom(s) doors. Also,
provide motion sensor switches at bathroom and living rooms to control the light
fixtures.
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Provide minimum 15 foot-candles lighting at the exterior of each unit or room
entrance.
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Bedrooms: Provide overhead ambient lighting in bedrooms, separately switched
and dimmed for each occupant side of the room. Ambient light level at desk
height must provide a minimum of 30 foot-candles in each bedroom. The use of
recessed and indirect fluorescent fixtures (T-8 730 lamps and electronic ballasts)
is required by Navy.
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Bathrooms: Provide overhead ambient lighting and separate lighting at the
lavatory mirror.
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Kitchens: Provide overhead ambient lighting, under cabinet lighting and lighting
at sink.
Marine Corps:
For direct entrance rooms, provide three-way switches at the entrance door and
in the vanity area so that the living room and bedroom area lighting is controlled
at either location. Also, provide motion sensor switches at bathroom doors to
control the bathroom light fixture.
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Provide one exterior light fixture outside each room entrance door for exterior
entry designs.
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Bedrooms: Provide overhead adjustable level ambient lighting in bedrooms;
separately switched/dimmed for each occupant side of the room. Coordinate this
with the furnishings plan. Marine Corps uses both indirect fluorescent fixtures
(T-8 730 lamps and electronic ballasts) and dimmable LED lighting is allowed.
Do not rely solely on table lamps for room lighting. Ambient light level at desk
height must provide a minimum of 30 foot-candles in each bedroom. Indirect
“cove” lighting is preferred.
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Bathrooms use fluorescent or LED lighting fixtures. Provide overhead lighting
and valance lighting at the lavatory mirror. Use recessed valance or under
counter (task) lighting in service area.
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Carefully consider the coordination of lighting with ceiling fans.
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Provide appropriate lighting and consider providing a recessed light at each
entrance in addition to standard overhead corridor lighting.
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Appliances.
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All appliances shall be residential grade, "Energy Star", CEE Tier 2 compliant.
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All appliances shall be color white.
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Washing machines: Minimum 3 cf, top-loading where space accommodates. Size
in-unit Laundry Area to accommodate a variety of available washing machines,
including front loading, to ease future replacement.
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Dryers shall be electric except by waiver.
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Refrigerator: Kitchen 18-22 cf; Kitchenette 16-19 cf; Service Area 10-16 cf
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Microwave: Kitchen/Kitchenette 1500 watts; Service Area 1200 watts.
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Dishwashers are prohibited in construction and redesign projects. Existing
dishwashers may be replaced in renovations projects as applicable.
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Garbage disposal: 1/2 HP minimum, with SS impellers and sound insulation.
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Range: Free standing electric 30 inch (76.2 cm) width.
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Cooktop: Minimum two burner electric cooktop.
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Exhaust Hood: Provide three speed fan, maximum 5.0 sones with dual light
settings.
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Bathroom Exhaust Fan: Maximum 1.0 sones, minimum 50 cfm. Humidistat
control preferred.
Marine Corps:
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Dryers shall be electric.
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Dishwasher: Minimum 24 inch (60.96 cm) width.
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Refrigerator: Service Area 10.3cf; Kitchens (SNCO/BOQ), 18-22cf.
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Microwave: 1200 watts.
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Garbage disposal: 1/2 HP with SS impellers and sound insulation.
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Range: Free standing electric 30 inch (76.2 cm) width.
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Cooktop: Minimum two burner electric cooktop.
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Exhaust Hood: Provide three speed fan, maximum 5.0 sones with dual light
settings.
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Bathroom Exhaust Fan: Maximum 1.5 sones, minimum 50 cfm. Humidistat
control preferred.
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3-29.5
Emergency Power.
Emergency power is not required in UH.
3-29.6
Telephone Services.
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Provide in each Unit/Room a permanently installed conduit raceway system for
telecommunication systems. Provide a minimum of one outlet for each bedroom and
one for each living room, located for flexibility and easy furniture access. Do not provide
telephone outlets in open bay berthing spaces. Navy UH may receive wireless internet
service from service-wide contracted provider. Hardware and building infrastructure
shall not be included in CONUS construction, renovation or redesign projects.
3-29.7
Local Area Networking (LAN).
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Open Bay Berthing. Provide each occupant with two LAN outlets per room for voice
and data system connections. For example: a Marine Corps 2+0 room is designed to
house 2 occupants, therefore 4 outlets are required. Locate LAN outlets on each party
wall of the bedroom for flexibility and easy furniture access. Do not provide services to
open bay berthing spaces. If required, provide dedicated area for installation of internet
communications equipment which serves each floor.
Cable Television.
Navy requires no cable television service to each unit.
Electronic Security Systems (ESS).
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Marine Corps require cable television service in each building. Provide a permanently
installed conduit raceway system for cable television system media. Refer to specific
Plan for additional details.
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Navy requires provision of conduit with pull strings and boxes for future installation of
Intrusion Detection/Monitoring (IDS) systems that can cover building entrances/exits,
entrance/elevator lobbies and hallways. With respect to "centrally monitored", the
requirement is only something that is "central" to the building rather than central "basewide". IDS systems and Access Control systems should be provided with BMS switches
(fixed) and card swipes (fixed) along with conduit, wiring and a "basic" monitoring panel,
(fixed). Designer should provide an appropriate location for a "stand-alone" card station.
Marine Corps. Provide conduit systems with pull strings and outlet boxes to
accommodate later installation of a monitoring system as part of all new construction.
Installation Commanders shall retain decision authority regarding the requirement for
centrally (to the building) monitored detection systems.
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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR UNITS AND ROOMS.
Navy and Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing serves three distinct demographics:
Recruits, Students and Permanent Party. The quality benchmark for residential
quarters is a mid-grade multi-family apartment complex.
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Basic Units and Rooms.
The basic Unit/Room Plans are specifically described and detailed in Chapter 4 and 5.
Refer to the Paragraphs entitled “Navy Standards for Construction and SRM” and
“Marine Corps Standards for Construction and SRM” for an explanation of terminology.
Navy Market Unit
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Navy (NETC) Dorm Room Unit
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Navy Mobilization Unit
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Navy Senior Enlisted/Officer Unit
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Marine Corps 2+0 Room
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Marine Corps Staff Non-Commissioned Officer/Officers Plan
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Open-Bay Berthing Navy (No graphic example).
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Open Bay Berthing Marine Corps (No graphic example).
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Kitchen and Kitchenette.
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Navy. Kitchens, as defined per DOD 4165.63-M, are required in new Market and
redesigned Units. Where feasible, kitchenettes should be provided in renovated Units.
At a minimum, a kitchenette shall consist of a microwave, 16 cf refrigerator and a sink
independent of the bathroom.
Marine Corps. The Marine Corps provides a kitchen in its Staff NCO/Officer plan, and
limited features in the service area of its 2+0 Room plan.
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Service Area.
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Service areas are intended to provide for minor food preparation and vary by Unit and
Room.
Navy. Service Areas for Navy Dormitory Units shall provide cabinets in the lavatory with
a minimum four drawers, pair of doors minimum 36 inch (91.44 cm) width with centered
bowl. Provide two medicine cabinets. Provide a mirror over the vanity.
Marine Corps. Service Areas include a refrigerator, microwave, single bowl sink with
goose-neck faucet and cabinetry. These Marine Corps areas are intended for minor
food preparation only. Refer to Chapter 5 for more description.
3-30.3
Bathrooms.
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Where feasible, renovation and redesign projects shall design bathrooms to provide two
separate areas: Shower/toilet room and a lavatory area. Cabinets shall be provided with
a lavatory with a minimum four drawers, and a pair of doors with a minimum 36 inch
(91.44 cm) width with centered bowl. Provide two medicine cabinets and a mirror over
the vanity. Provide a minimum four towel bars per bathroom. Vanity area shall be
designed to shield bedroom from spillover light; minimizing impact on roommates
working different shifts.
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Provide full-height closets, using the space above normal door height for bulk storage.
Provide continuous ventilation in closets to resist mold and mildew growth. Bi-fold and
sliding doors are prohibited. Also refer to the paragraphs relating to Sustainment
Restoration and Modernization (SRM). The existing building structural elements should
be considered and respected in re-design projects. As an example: A specific closet
size is mandated for new construction, but it may not fit into a SRM project. The
increased costs of the mandated size may not be justifiable.
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Navy. Provide integral full-length hanging rods for coats and shelves. A light with
motion-activated switch is required in deep closets and is recommended in standard 2
foot (0.6 meter) deep closets. Carefully placed lighting outside of a standard closet is
acceptable if it allows a clear view of closet contents and facilitates color choice and
dressing. Secure closets with standard hinged doors with non-removable pin hinges
and locking hardware fitted with the same locking system as provided on the unit. A
minimum 48 inch (121.92 cm) shelf and hanging pole are required. Additional closet
organizers may be provided. Shelving and organizers shall be rated at a minimum 50
lbs/lf (23kg).
Marine Corps. For detailed description of closet requirements, refer to Chapter 5.
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Laundry Facilities.
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Laundry facility requirements vary. Refer to the detailed descriptions in Chapters 4 and
5.
3-30.6
Resident Bulk Storage.
Examples of items typically stored in bulk storage areas include luggage, original stereo
system cartons, snow tires, bicycles, surfboards, ski equipment, and other sports gear.
Resident bulk storage requirements vary by Unit or Room plan. Refer to the plan’s
chapter for details.
3-30.7
Utility Area (Space).
Provide appropriate space for the mechanical and electrical systems and
telecommunications.
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Elevators.
Elevators are intended for the movement of furniture and people. Provide elevators
sized to accommodate movement of both furniture and a medical stretcher for
personnel. Special consideration is to be given to protecting elevators from harmful
weather conditions. Additional gross area may be added for high-rise construction.
Refer to the paragraph entitled “High Rise Structures and Additional Gross Area.” for
details. The following is guidance for new construction.
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Navy. One elevator is required for buildings two stories or higher for new construction.
Training Facilities do not require an elevator.
Marine Corps. Additional elevators may be provided at the discretion of the Installation
Commander. Provide the following for new construction at a minimum:
One elevator is required for buildings 2-3 stories;
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Two elevators are required for buildings 4-5 stories;
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Three elevators are required for buildings 6-7 stories;
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Four elevators are required for buildings 8 stories or higher;
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Marine Corps Recruit Facilities require a minimum of one elevator.
Mail Service.
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Navy. No mail service is provided in unaccompanied housing, and no mailbox or space
will be programmed in Navy UH facilities.
Marine Corps. Requirements for mail service may vary by locality. Project planners and
designers must verify local mail delivery services.
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Circulation.
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Design interior corridors to emphasize each quarter’s entrance, and to de-emphasize
length or “tunnel vision.” Size the corridor to provide a minimum clear width to
accommodate two persons with suitcases, and a base minimum of 5 feet (1.52 meters).
Ensure that exterior walkways have non-slip surfaces and drain away from the building.
3-30.11
Multi-Purpose Areas (Spaces).
Multi-purpose areas (spaces) are for individual recreation, group activities, training, and
meetings. Multi-purpose space requirements vary by plan. Refer to the specific plans
in Chapter 4 for details.
3-30.12
Game Rooms.
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Requirements for Game Rooms vary by plan. Refer to the specific plan in Chapter 4 for
details.
3-30.13
Vending Area (Space).
Public Toilets.
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Discuss vending area, machine quantity and the desired type with the installation and
the local Navy Exchange General Manager/Vending Manager or the Marine Corps
Community Services Director as appropriate. Provide space adjacent or co-located to
the Multi-Purpose Room. Allow space for a minimum of four (4) full-sized commercial
vending machines with front facing circulation; three (3) soft drink machines and one
snack vending machine is typical. Allow a minimum recess of 40 inches (1 m) from the
rear wall to the soffit. The minimum clearance from the finish floor to the soffit is 80
inches (2 m) for soft drink machines and 74 inches (1.9 m) for vending machines.
Minimum space requirements for the vending areas are 180 inches (4.5 m) long x 84
inches (2.13 m) wide x 80 inches (2 m) high from finished space to finished space.
Locate all vending areas on the ground floor with access from the parking areas.
Locate vending space for security of users and for ease of service. Secure vending
machines to prevent tipping. Provide appropriate sound isolation between vending and
other spaces. Recess the machines into the wall or use materials to create a recessed
appearance. Drop the soffits above the machines to the top of the machines, but allow
for proper cooling and heat dissipation. Coordinate paint or wall coverings with the
interior designer’s concept of the facility. Mirrored panels, cove lighting, and neon lights
are optional, but desirable. Provide vending areas with appropriate outlets for
appliances. Provide space for at least one waste receptacle and one recycling
container. Provide an accented slip resistant floor surface and a dropped ceiling with
open grid type panels or acoustic tiles to accent the vending area. Provide a retail
commercial lighting level in this area. Do not locate pay telephones in this area.
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Navy will provide public toilets adjacent lobby and public areas. Provide commercial
grade fixtures. For a 96-person project, provide a minimum of one water closet, one
urinal, and two sinks in the men’s toilet and two water closets and two sinks in the
women’s toilet. Add one of each fixture for each increment of 100 persons; to a
maximum of five (5) of any fixture type. Provide floor and wall finishes as described in
Tables 3-1 and 3-2. Use solid surfacing material for lavatory counters and solid plastic,
continuous anchorage toilet partitions. Provide a floor drain placed out of the usual
traffic pattern and close to the water closets. Provide appropriate dispensers for soap,
towels, toilet tissue, and recessed waste receptacle. A single unisex toilet may be
adequate for smaller capacity unaccompanied housing.
Marine Corps requirements are described in Chapter 5.
3-30.15
Janitorial.
Requirements for Janitorial vary by Plan. Refer to the specific unit or plan for details.
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3-30.16
Administrative Area (Space).
Requirements for Administrative areas (spaces) vary by Plan. Refer to the specific Plan
in Chapter 4 for details.
3-30.17
Lobby, Vestibule, and Reception.
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Lobby, Vestibule, and Reception vary by Plan. Refer to the specific plan in Chapter 4
for details.
Use the DOD Memorandum “Access for People with Disabilities”, dated 31 October
2008. The DOD Memorandum is located at:
http://www.access-board.gov/ada%2Daba/aba-standards-dod.cfm.
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Any location of the UH including accessing the roof structure or equipment that requires
future maintenance work and exposing maintenance personnel to falls from heights
above 4 feet, shall incorporate prevention and control measures into the design. This is
to protect personnel working at heights and exposed to fall hazards in accordance with
OPNAVINST 5100.23G.
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CHAPTER 4 NAVY UNITS.
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This Chapter describes the variety of units to be constructed, or Redesigned to, for
Navy unaccompanied enlisted personnel. New construction shall correspond to the
current Construction Standard for the type of personnel to be housed. Sustainment,
Restoration and Modernization (SRM) project teams should take into account both the
current DoD and Navy construction standards for the type of personnel, as well as the
current layout of the facility, to determine best practices. RM project teams shall utilize
the Business Case Analysis process to determine whether renovation or replacement
construction is more cost effective.
CONSTRUCTION (NEW FACILITIES) REQUIREMENTS
Construction of new Units for Permanent Party (E1-E6) shall be the 2 bedroom
Market Style Unit, reference Figure 1.
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Construction of new Units at remote locations where higher pay grades are
housed in Unaccompanied Housing (E7-O10) shall be the 1 bedroom Market
Style Unit, reference Figure 2.
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Construction of new Units for Mission Essential shall be the Shared Mobilization
Unit, reference Figure 3.
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Construction of new Units for Students (Training Necessity) shall be the 2+0
NETC Dormitory Unit, reference Figure 4.
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Construction of new Units for Recruits shall be Open Bay Berthing (refer to
Chapter 6).
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The Market Unit.
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In accordance with DOD 4165.63-M and CNO direction, the construction standard for
the Navy’s core requirement (E1-E4) is a Market Unit. Market Units shall have room
patterns and floor areas similar to comparable private sector housing, including
bedrooms, baths, living room, laundry, and kitchen; see Figure B-1 and D-1, D2.
4-1.2
Market Projects.
Three basic functional activities must be addressed in Market projects: the Unit, Building
Common Areas, and Site Requirements.
4-1.3
The Unit.
New Construction Market Units shall be 2-Bed/2-Bath. 1-Bed/1-Bath Units are
authorized only at remote locations with a requirement to house personnel ranking E7O10. Refer to the chart for space and area requirements.
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(13.4)
12
(1.1)
55
(5.1)
Laundry (In-Unit /
Common)
200
(18.6)
Construction
Maximum GSF
per Unit (note 2)
1-Bed/1Bath
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(3.7)
850
(79.1)
1290
1060
(120.1) (98.7)
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Kitchen
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Minimum /
Maximum
Allowable Areas
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Living / Dining
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Unit
Type
Bedroom Closet
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Shower /Toilet
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Bedroom (note 1)
Minimum Areas (Square Feet (Net
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40
(3.7)
130
(12.1)
55
(5.1)
Navy GSF per unit
programmed amount
(note 3)
Market Unit Square Footages
Construction
Minimum GSF
per Unit (note 2)
Table 4-1
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750
(69.8)
1050
(97.7)
900
(83.6)
Note 1: Bedroom area is Net Square Feet, specifically as defined by DOD 4165.63-M.
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Note 3: Navy requirements represent the Navy Programming standard inclusive of
building circulation and common areas.
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Bedroom dimensions are NOT fixed, but must remain functional. Bedrooms
must be sized to accommodate two extra-long twin beds.
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Living/Dining Room can be a single shared space or two discrete spaces. Layout
and sizing is not fixed.
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Kitchen, Bath, and Closet features are fixed, but layouts and sizes are not.
Provide two closets per bedroom, equally sized. Provide a minimum of one
hall/entry closet per Unit.
4-1.3.2
Detail Requirements
(Refer to Chapter 3 for mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and telecommunication
requirements).
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Laundry: Units require in-unit laundry. Provide a full size Energy Star CEE Tier 2
top-load washer and a full size dryer in each Unit. Laundry closet shall be sized
to accommodate a variety of top and front-loading washing machines, such that
options will be available for replacement equipment in the future. Provide drip
pan and drain in floor slab, tie this plumbing to restroom, kitchen, or other
regularly used drain with trap. Laundry closet shall include space for storage of
one full size ironing board and iron, one shelf for product storage, and one pole
for clothes.
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Kitchens: Provide upper and lower cabinets, at least 3 lineal feet of uninterrupted
countertop as food preparation area, two compartment sink, and full sized
residential grade appliances. For any galley or u-shaped layout, provide a
minimum of 4 feet (1.22 m) between countertop edges. Overall cabinet layout
shall provide a minimum of 75 c.f. of storage space behind a variety of doors and
drawers. Appliances shall include refrigerator/freezer, microwave, garbage
disposal, range (or electric 4-burner cook top and oven), and range hood.
Dishwashers are not authorized. Applicable appliances shall be Energy Star
Certified and CEE Tier 2. See additional appliance and ventilation requirements
in Chapter 3.
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Bathrooms: Each bathroom is to be designed to provide two separate areas: a
Shower/Toilet room and a Lavatory/Vanity area. In the case of remote locations
authorized to construct 1-Bed/1-Bath units, a one room bathroom may be
provided.
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Each Lavatory/Vanity Area will contain one sink, two medicine cabinets, and
associated fixtures. Vanity shall be a continuous counter surface at least 2 feet
(0.61 m) deep and 4 feet (1.22 m) wide with a centrally located bowl. Base
cabinetry shall include a two door storage area and minimum two drawers. Shield
bedroom from spillover light from vanity.
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Each Shower/Toilet Room will contain a water closet and shower in a separate
enclosed room, located adjacent to the Lavatory/Vanity Area. Toilet shall be
located within a clear space at least 4 ft in width; Shower shall be a minimum
size of 12 ft2 (1.1m2). See ventilation requirements in Chapter 3.
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Doors and Locks: Electric locks are required on Market Style Unit entrance
doors, bedroom doors, and closet doors. Refer to Chapter 3.
Building Common Areas.
Provide the following common areas. Mid/High-rise construction (over 3 stories) should
have added common areas as identified.
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Stairways.
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Personnel Elevator(s) and Freight Elevators. (optional/per local code
requirements)
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Building Mechanical Room.
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Building Electrical Room.
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Telecommunications Room.
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Trash chute to dumpster at main level. Provide fully walled room at each level for
trash chute access. At base of chute, provide dumpster room with lighting,
ventilation, hose bib and floor drain. Trash compactors are optional. Provide only
waterproof washable surfaces in trash and dumpster rooms.
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Janitorial. Janitorial includes vacuum cleaner storage and janitor’s sink and
faucet; as well as storage for maintenance supplies.
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Lobby and Vestibule. Provide lobby space in proportion with capacity of building,
and locate to facilitate way finding for residents and guests. At a minimum,
provide a waiting area with 1 seat per 8 Units in building. Structure lobby and
vestibule space to allow pedestrian traffic into building without passing through
waiting area.
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Reception/Front Desk. Size should be coordinated with overall Base needs for
check-in space; do not duplicate functions which are already accommodated in
other Unaccompanied Housing buildings.
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Offices/Administration Area. Identify specific requirements to avoid future
conversion/loss of assignable spaces.
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Bulk Storage Room. Storage rooms(s) may be provided for both UH
Management and occupant storage. Storage rooms(s) shall be climate
controlled. Occupant storage lockers/areas, if provided, shall be a minimum 50
CF, securable by occupants.
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Public Toilet. Located at main entry level, provide a minimum of one male and
one female restroom. Coordinate placement with multi-purpose rooms; and
provide additional restrooms to accommodate occupancy of large multi-purpose
rooms.
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General Maintenance room.
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Multi-purpose Room/Rooms. Provide a combination of room types (including
game room, lounge, meeting room, etc.), at a minimum of 5ft2 (.47 m2) per
planned occupant to a maximum of 10ft2 (.93 m2). Plan for space usage to
change in the future and provide maximum flexibility. Isolate these areas
acoustically, and locate them close to public toilets when possible. Provide
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finishes that are easily cleaned and durable. Provide cabinets and counter space
for minor food service and to accommodate a microwave oven. Provide locked
storage for related supplies and equipment. Provide rooms with light and power
for general use. Room lights shall be controlled to accommodate multiple uses.
Provide window coverings and hardware to allow for darkening of the room with
blinds or shades.
Vending Area.
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Linen Room. Linen rooms, where provided, shall be located to maximize building
functionality.
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and covers immediately adjacent to barbecue. Provide spaces appropriate for large and
small groups. Provide other amenities as identified in the Recreational Services
Assessment.
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NAVY SHARED/MOBILIZATION UNIT
Gross Building Area: The Total Allowable Gross Building Area may not exceed
520 ft2 (48 m2) except for high-rise constructions. Refer to the Paragraph entitled
“High Rise Structures and Additional Gross Area”.
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living/sleeping area, two personal closets, a separated toilet and shower compartment,
and a single bowl lavatory/vanity in the service area. Refer to Figure 3. Access is from
an interior corridor. The construction of Shared /Mobilization Units is only authorized for
Military Essential housing requirements.
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Minimum Net Square Footage as defined by DOD 4165.63-M: 180 ft2 (16.7 m2).
Unit Details.
Sleeping Area. Room shall be designed for double occupancy. Room
dimensions are not fixed, but must remain functional to accommodate two (2)
twin extra-long beds ,two (2) desk units, two (2) chairs, and appropriate dress
drawer storage. For newly constructed facilities, the Sleeping Area shall meet the
Minimum Net Square Footage per DOD 4165.63-M as indicated above. For
renovated and redesigned facilities, it may be appropriate to meet the Minimum
Net Square Footage by combining both Sleeping Area and Service Area square
footage.
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Bathroom. Provide a single lavatory and valance lighting in the service area with
two medicine cabinets, along with a separate compartment with full sized shower
(12 ft2 (1.1 m2)) and water closet. Provide towel/toiletry hardware for two (2)
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residents. Provide a full length framed mirror mounted on Service area side of
one door.
Personal Closets. Minimum 22 ft2 (2 m2) Net Area required. Provide one (1)
closet for each resident. Provide each closet with closet organizers with storage
capability extending to the ceiling. Provide continuous ventilation in closets to
resist mold and mildew growth. A light inside the closet with motion-activated
control is preferable, but carefully placed lighting outside 2 ft (0.6 m) deep closets
is acceptable.
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Service Area. For Shared Units in a newly constructed facility, the Service Area
shall be the corridor/service space within the unit that is not incorporated into the
Net Square Footage. The service area provides access to the storage closets,
bathroom, and a kitchenette. Kitchenette shall include refrigerator, microwave,
single bowl sink, and some counter and cabinet space. Kitchenette sink is
separate from lavatory/vanity bowl. In renovated and redesigned facilities it is
appropriate that Net Square Footage per DOD 4165.63-M may be achieved by
combining both Sleeping Area and Service Area square footage.
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Locks. Electric locks are required on building entrance doors, Unit doors, and
closet doors. See Chapter 3.
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paragraph entitled “Building Common Areas”. Additionally, a common Laundry room(s)
shall be provided, with a minimum one (1) washer and two (2) dryers for every 15
Sailors.
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This room plan includes double occupancy living/sleeping area, two personal closets,
shared toilet with a separated shower compartment, and single bowl lavatory in the
service area. Access is from an interior corridor.
Gross Building Area: The Total Allowable Gross Building Area may not exceed
520ft2 (48 m2) except for high-rise constructions.
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Living/Sleeping Area. Bedrooms are intended for double occupancy. Bedroom
dimensions are not fixed, but must remain functional to accommodate two (2)
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storage headboard; two (2) computer/TV wall desk units with built-in undercabinet lighting, two (2) chairs, and at least one (1) credenza with double sided
drawers.
Heads. Heads and fixtures are to be of residential design, quality, and finish.
Provide a single lavatory and valance lighting in the service area, a separate
compartment with full sized shower, and separate compartment with water closet
with shelving. Provide towel/toiletry hardware for two (2) residents. Provide a full
length framed mirror mounted on Service area side of one door.
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Personal Closets. 22 ft2 (2 m2) Net Area required. Provide at least one (1) closet
for each resident. Provide each closet with closet organizers with storage
capability extending to the ceiling. Provide additional storage in service areas as
appropriate. Provide closets full height, using the space above the normal door
height for bulk storage. Provide continuous ventilation in closets to resist mold
and mildew growth. Provide integral full-length hanging rods for coats and
shelves. A light with motion-activated control is preferable, but carefully placed
lighting outside 2 ft (0.6 m) deep closets is acceptable. Each closet must be
provided with a solid core wood door. Secure closets with standard hinged doors
with non-removable pin hinges and locking hardware. Provide padlocking slide
bolt hardware for personal closets. Bi-fold and sliding doors are not acceptable.
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Service Area. This term refers to the corridor/service space within the plan that is
not incorporated into the Net Living/Sleeping Area. The service area in the plan
provides access to the personal closets, head, a FAR Rated, Energy Star, 2 door
refrigerator (10.3 cu. ft maximum) and microwave, and small counter space with
the single bowl sink.
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Locks. Electric locks are required on building entrance doors, Unit doors, and
closet doors. Use a magnetic key card system with hard key override.
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approximations to assist the designer.
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Entry Vestibule. 50 ft2 (4.5 m2) Net Area. Provide automatic entry doors and
weather vestibule. This area shall serve as the controlled single-point of
entry/exit quarterdeck as part of the Navy Military Training (NMT) environment.
Other points of emergency egress shall be installed with an alarm system, which
would activate when door is opened.
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Duty Office (and Head). 125 ft2 (12 m2) Net Area. Include a duty office designed
to provide the staff with a secure, efficient, and comfortable environment from
which to manage the building. Provide area for one (1) desk with computer.
Connect to a non-public lavatory (included in the net area).
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Duty Bunk. 80 ft2 (7.5 m2) Net Area. Provide lockable room for one (1) bed and
one (1) wall locker. Locate adjacent to the Duty office and head.
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Public Head. 45 ft2 (4.5 m2) Net Area. Provide one (1) water closet, and one (1)
lavatory with associated hardware.
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Elevator. 85 ft2 (8 m2) Net Area each. (Elevator machine room area is excluded.)
See Chapter 3 for added details.
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Vending. 85 ft2 (8 m2) Net Area. Provide space adjacent or co-located to the
Multi-Purpose Room. Allow space for a minimum of (4) full-sized commercial
vending machines with front facing circulation - 3 soft drink machines and one
snack vending machine is typical. Discuss vending area, machine quantity and
desired type with the activity and local Marine Corps Community Services
Director.
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Multi-Purpose Room. Calculate room size based on 6.25sf (0.58sm) minimum to
12.5sf (1.16sm) maximum area for each occupant. Includes spaces such as:
Lounge, Meeting, Conference, Class room(s), or other appropriate spaces.
Isolate the area acoustically, and locate them close to public toilets. Provide
cabinets and counter space for minor food service and to accommodate a
temporary microwave oven, waste receptacles, and other similar food warming
equipment. Provide locked storage for related supplies and for equipment.
Provide rooms with light and power for resident’s general use, and provide light
dimmers. Provide window coverings and hardware to allow for darkening of the
room with blinds or shades. With the military requirement of service members to
access the internet to review military records and conduct personnel
administration, multi-purpose rooms are required to be wired with infrastructure
to support high speed internet access. Provide a minimum of two (2) eight-pin
data ports wired with Category 5e wiring and clean power in each multi-purpose
room. Refer to ECB 2010-04.
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Laundry Room. Provide one (1) washer and two (2) dryers for every fifteen (15)
residents, as a minimum. Stacked units are acceptable. Locate laundry rooms
(at the ground floor for NETC/Dorm unit only) for easy access and provide
acoustic separation from other areas. Provide adjacency to a Multi-Purpose
room as appropriate. Provide 12 linear feet of folding table(s), clothes hanging
area with hanging rods and 4 ft (1.25 m) of full height hanging for drip-dry
clothing. Set aside a space of 36 inches x 72 inches (915 mm x 1829 mm) for
soap, bleach, fabric softener and other laundry aid vending in each laundry
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0.9 m) closet for permanent party facilities at each floor. At each floor level,
provide a 5 ft x 5 ft (1.5 m x 1.5 m) closet for Transient facilities. In addition, for
transient facilities, provide one (1) secure space of about 250 SF (23 m2) net
area for housekeeping equipment and supplies. Finish floor, base, and wall at
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the mop receptor to resist water. Slip resistant quarry tile or ceramic tiles are
examples of acceptable finishes. Provide a motion-activated light. Provide a
janitor's sink with drain, and basic storage for mops and one (1) commercial
grade floor polisher.
Mechanical and Electrical Room(s). These rooms are calculated at 5% of the
Gross Building Area, (7% maximum). This includes: Main Mechanical room at
ground floor, Electrical control closet, NMCI Electrical room, Fire Pump Room,
Elevator Equipment room, Mechanical room on each floor, and main vertical duct
space (floor to floor).
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Corridors. Travel distance from corridor door of any guest room to the nearest
exit is limited by Code.
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Stair Towers. Estimate each exiting stair tower at 16 m2 (170 ft2) net area per
floor – Stairways count against gross building area at 50%. Example: 4 stair
towers x 3 floors x 170 ft2 x 50% = 1020 ft2 Gross Building Area. Enclose exterior
stair towers or provide open-air per locale and building configuration.
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The following common spaces are OPTIONAL.
Admin/Office Space. Provide other administrative office spaces as required
within approved gross area constraints.
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Game Rooms. Acoustically isolate game rooms as appropriate. Include
appropriate electrical outlets, and place close to public toilet(s). Design the
rooms for installation of electronic video games. Locate within building design for
appropriate monitoring by Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing personnel.
Provide rooms with substantial natural lighting.
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In-Room Services.
See Chapter 3 for requirements for in-Room telephone, cable television and Local Area
Network Systems (LAN).
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This construction standard is current for all Recruits. See Chapter 6.
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requirements for Navy projects.
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Several previous Construction Standards are still considered adequate Unit design for
housing Permanent Party unaccompanied enlisted personnel. As such, when facilities
with adequate Unit Types are programmed for an RM project, the project team shall
endeavor to include features and benefits of current Construction Standards without
Redesign, while providing best return on investment.
Adequate Previous Construction Standards/Unit Types.
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with lounge), when minimum bedroom sizes are met see the paragraph entitled
“Renovation and Redesign Criteria" below, are acceptable Unit plans. Project teams
shall apply the recommendations in the paragraph entitled “Renovation and Redesign
Criteria" to the specific facility in question to determine best practices, ideal return on
investment for the Navy, and how to best return adequate quarters for unaccompanied
personnel. For example, considerations should include re-working single user
bathrooms to the separate lavatory/vanity area and toilet-shower room when the project
scope already includes bathroom work. Additionally, all projects including renovations
and redesigns must be constructed per DoN policy for LEED.
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Several previous Construction Standards are inadequate for Permanent Party
unaccompanied enlisted personnel. As such, when facilities with those Unit Types are
programmed for an RM project, the project team shall select the optimum solution for
reconfiguring and most efficiently utilizing the existing footprint, providing best return on
investment.
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redesigned when planned to house Permanent Party Sailors. Existing Open Bay/Gang
Head Unit Types shall be redesigned when planned to house Students, subject to
individual school requirements. Project teams shall refer to the recommendations below
for the specific facility to determine best practices, ideal return on investment for the
Navy, and how to best return adequate quarters for unaccompanied personnel.
Permanent Party Barracks:
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Open Bay or Gang Head buildings should be redesigned to Dorm 2+0 Units,
requirements vary by school
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SRM Project Teams are responsible for evaluating optimum return on Navy investment
for the specific facility in question, and providing a BCA as required above. All
renovation or redesign projects shall incorporate design features of current Unit Types
whenever practicable. The following list is relevant for all Unit Types except as noted
otherwise.
All RM projects shall provide, replace or upgrade Fire Protection (Sprinkler &
Fire Alarm) Systems to meet current requirements.
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Redesign projects shall return the following minimum Bedroom area (NSF):
Shared Unit = 180 ft2 (16.7 m2); Market Unit = 144 ft2 (13.4 m2) with no more
than two Sailors per bath.
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Renovation projects shall retain existing Bedroom size, except where built-in
closets are being added. Renovated bedrooms shall provide a minimum 90 ft
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Bathroom Configuration. Renovation projects should provide separate
lavatory/vanity and shower-toilet areas when scope includes bathrooms work.
Redesign projects shall provide separate lavatory/vanity and shower-toilet
areas. All projects shall provide one medicine cabinet per potential occupant.
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Closet Sizing and Organization: Renovation projects should, and Redesign
projects shall, comply with current closet standards, Reference Chapter 3.
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HVAC: Renovation projects should, and Redesign projects shall, meet
applicable energy conservation criteria as identified in UFC 1-200-01,
including occupant HVAC controls in unit.
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Ventilation: Renovation projects should, and Redesign projects shall, meet
applicable criteria of ASHRAE 62.1 or 62.2.
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Laundry: Central laundry is not mandatory but is acceptable in existing
buildings being renovated. Redesign projects should evaluate feasibility of
relocating Laundry in the Unit. In-Unit, stacked full size washer/dryers are
acceptable in Redesign projects. If central laundry will remain, provide one(1)
washer and two (2) dryers per 15 Sailors.
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accordance with new construction standards specified earlier in Chapter 4.
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Kitchenette: Renovation projects should, and Redesign projects returning
Shared/Mobilization Units shall, provide a Kitchenette; meeting the following
minimum requirements: Single bowl stainless steel sink; Base and wall
cabinets; Microwave; Minimum 16 cf refrigerator; Two-burner electric cook
top.
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Building Common Areas: At Installations with surplus housing capacity,
Renovation and Redesign project teams should evaluate the conversion of
assignable building area to Common Areas, defined for new construction
earlier in Chapter 4; to improve Sailors Quality of Life and ‘right size’ building
capacity.
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CHAPTER 5 MARINE CORPS ROOM PLANS.
This chapter describes the variety of room plans to which Marine Corps unaccompanied
enlisted personnel and single non-commissioned officers are assigned.
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These plans are the basic building blocks from which Marine Corps Unaccompanied
Housing designs are developed. The building layouts are provided to promote
uniformity. All plan features must be included as a mandatory minimum.
Building Gross Area must not be exceeded.
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Room Plan dimensions are NOT fixed, but must remain functional. Bedrooms
must be sized to accommodate two extra-long twin beds. Room Plans are
accessed from an interior corridor, or an exterior open breezeway.
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Adaptable Rooms. The Marine Corps will provide two easily adaptable rooms at
the ground floor of all new construction to allow Marines with minor injuries to
remain with their group. Fully accessible rooms are NOT intended; rather to
serve those who are temporarily unable to climb stairs, etc. This billeting is not
intended for wounded warriors who require long term medical care. This not part
of the accessibility requirements of the DoD Memorandum, Accessibility for
People with Disabilities. Refer to the paragraph entitled “Accessibility
Requirements”.
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This room plan includes double occupancy living/sleeping area, two personal closets,
shared toilet with a shower compartment, and sink service area. Access is from an
interior corridor, conditioned or open breezeway.
Gross Building Area: The Total Allowable Gross Building Area may not exceed
517 ft2 (48 m2) except for high-rise constructions. Refer to the paragraph entitled
"High Rise Structures and Additional Gross Area.".
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Living/Sleeping Area. 180 ft2 (16.7 m2) Net Area required. Bedrooms are
intended for double occupancy. Bedroom dimensions are not fixed, but must
remain functional to accommodate two (2) twin extra-long pop-top captains beds
with double storage compartments below, storage headboard; two (2)
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computer/TV wall desk units with built-in under-cabinet lighting, two (2) chairs,
and at least one (1) credenza with double sided drawers.
Heads. Heads and fixtures are to be of residential design, quality, and finish.
Provide a double vanity with double lavatory and valance lighting with double
medicine cabinets, a full sized shower, and water closet with shelving and
towel/toiletry hardware for two (2) residents. Provide a full length framed mirror
mounted on Service area side of the bathroom door.
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Personal Closets. 22 ft2 (2 m2) Net Area required. Provide at least one (1) closet
for each resident. Closets must be accessible to each living/sleeping area.
Provide each closet with closet organizers with storage capability extending to
the ceiling. Provide additional storage in service areas as appropriate. Provide
closets full height, using the space above the normal door height for bulk storage.
Provide continuous ventilation in closets to resist mold and mildew growth.
Provide integral full-length hanging rods for coats and shelves. A light with
motion-activated control is required. Carefully placed lighting outside 2 ft (0.6 m)
deep closets is acceptable. Each closet must be provided with a solid core wood
door. Secure closets with standard hinged doors with non-removable pin hinges
and locking hardware. Provide padlocking slide bolt hardware for personal
closets. Bi-fold and sliding doors are not acceptable.
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Service Area. This term refers to the corridor/service space within the 2+0 Room
Plan that is not incorporated into the Net Living/Sleeping Area. The service area
in each Plan Room provides access to the personal closets, head, a FAR Rated,
Energy Star, 2 door refrigerator (10.3 cu. ft) maximum, a microwave, and
counter space with single bowl sink.
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Locks. Electric locks are required on building entrance doors and room doors.
Use a magnetic key card system with hard key override. Provide each occupant
one key that opens the room entry door, and one bedroom door. Installation
Commanders may require electronic locks for closet doors as an option that
provide each occupant with a second key for entry to his closet, without access
to the other occupant’s closet.
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The following spaces are REQUIRED common spaces for the Marine Corps 2+0 Room
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Entry Vestibule. 50 ft2 (4.5 m2) Net Area. Provide automatic entry doors per ABA
and weather vestibule.
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Duty Office (and Head). 125 ft2 (12 m2) Net Area. Include a duty office designed
to provide the staff with a secure, efficient, and comfortable environment from
which to manage the building. Provide area for one (1) desk with computer.
Connect to a non-public lavatory (included in the net area).
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Duty Bunk. 80 ft2 (7.5 m2) Net Area. Provide lockable room for one (1) bed and
one (1) wall locker. Locate adjacent to the Duty office and head.
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Public Head. 45 ft2 (4.5 m2) Net Area. Provide one (1) water closet, and one (1)
lavatory with associated hardware.
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Elevator. 85 ft2 (8 m2) Net Area each. (Elevator machine room area is excluded.)
See Chapter 3 for added details.
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Vending. 85 ft2 (8 m2) Net Area. Provide space adjacent or co-located to the
Multi-Purpose Room. Discuss vending area, machine quantity and desired type
with the activity and local Marine Corps Community Services Director. See
Chapter 3 for details.
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Multi-Purpose Room. Calculate room size based on 6.25sf (0.58sm) minimum to
12.5sf (1.16sm) maximum area for each occupant. Includes spaces such as:
Lounge, Meeting, Conference, Class room(s), or other appropriate spaces.
Isolate the area acoustically, and locate them close to public toilets. Provide
cabinets and counter space for minor food service and to accommodate a
temporary microwave oven, waste receptacles, and other similar food warming
equipment. Provide locked storage for related supplies and for equipment.
Provide rooms with light and power for resident’s general use, and provide light
dimmers. Provide window coverings and hardware to allow for darkening of the
room with blinds or shades. With the advent of Marine Online and the military
requirement of Marines to access the internet to review military records and
conduct personnel administration, multi-purpose rooms are required to be wired
with infrastructure to support high speed internet access. Provide a minimum of
two (2) eight-pin data ports wired with Category 5e wiring and clean power in
each multi-purpose room. Refer to ECB 2010-04.
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Laundry Room. Provide one (1) washer and two (2) dryers for every twelve (12)
residents, as a minimum. Stacked units are acceptable. Locate a single laundry
rooms for easy access and provide acoustic separation from other areas.
Provide adjacency to the Multi-Purpose room. Provide 12 linear feet of folding
table(s), clothes hanging area with hanging rods and 4 ft (1.25 m) of full height
hanging for drip-dry clothing. Set aside a space of 36 inches x 72 inches (915
mm x 1829 mm) for soap, bleach, fabric softener and other laundry aid vending
in each laundry facility.
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Janitor Closet(s). 90 ft2 (8.5 m2) Net Area. Provide a minimum 5 ft x 3 ft (1.5 m x
0.9 m) closet for permanent party facilities at each floor. Finish floor, base, and
wall at the mop receptor to resist water. Slip resistant quarry tile or ceramic tiles
are examples of acceptable finishes. Provide a motion-activated light. Provide a
janitor's sink with drain, and basic storage for mops and one (1) commercial
grade floor polisher.
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Mechanical and Electrical Room(s). These rooms are calculated at 5% of the
Gross Building Area, (7% maximum). This includes: Main Mechanical room at
ground floor, Electrical control closet, NMCI Electrical room, Fire Pump Room,
Elevator Equipment room, Mechanical room on each floor, and main vertical duct
space (floor to floor).
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Corridors and Breezeways. Code limits travel distance from corridor door of any
guest room to the nearest exit. All building corridors are to be sized to meet the
minimum (or better) requirements of the International Building Code. Provide
appropriate lighting and consider providing a recessed light at each entrance in
addition to standard overhead corridor lighting. Size the corridor to meet NFPA
101 requirements with a minimum clear width to accommodate two persons with
suitcases (60 inches (152.4 mm) clear).
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Stair Towers. Estimate each exiting stair tower at 16 m2 (170 ft2) net area per
floor – Stairways count against gross building area at 50%. Example: 4 stair
towers x 3 floors x 170 ft2 x 50% = 1020 ft2 Gross Building Area. Enclose exterior
stair towers or provide open-air per locale and building configuration.
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Game Rooms. Acoustically isolate game rooms as appropriate. Include appropriate
electrical outlets, and place close to public toilet(s). Design the rooms for installation of
electronic video games. Locate within building design for appropriate monitoring by
Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing personnel. Provide rooms with substantial
natural lighting.
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Resident Bulk Storage. Resident Bulk Storage as required.
Mail. See Chapter 3 for requirements for mail.
5-2.4
In-Room Services.
See Chapter 3 for requirements for in-Room telephone, cable television and Local Area
Network Systems (LAN).
5-2.5
Exterior Washdown Areas.
These areas should be sized based upon the number of occupants.
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Equipment Washdown Area. Equipment washdown areas must be located at a
covered cleaning shelter adjacent to a building entry point. The area must be
concrete based, approximately 15 ft (4.6m) width by 50ft 15m length with
supported standpipes consisting of six (6) hose bibs with sturdy supports and
anchored at the tabletop level 40 inch (1016 mm) maximum height with separate
cut-off valves suitable for simultaneous operation of all six (6). Provide a
properly sized supply standpipe with a freeze-proof design and easily accessible
shut-off valve(s). The concrete table top area will be sloped to a central drain
with easy cleanout for mud and debris. All equipment will be suitable for outside
service.
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Equipment Drying Areas. Provide an semi-enclosed roofed equipment drying
area on concrete hardstand adjacent to the equipment wash down area. Each
drying area may be totally enclosed on all four (4) sides and across the top for
security per Command decision. The drying area must be divided into separate
sections. If gates are used, each must have a lockable hasp. The concrete
hardstand will be adequately sloped to prevent ponding water.
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the project.
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The Marine Corps requires hard finishes similar in durability to CMU interior walls.
Exterior construction shall be masonry exterior construction and finish. Basic wall
construction types may consist of concrete modular units CMU, precast concrete, or
cast-in-place concrete construction. Any deviations must be approved by HQMC
Facilities and Services Division, (Code LF). Refer to the Paragraph entitled “Walls and
Partitions”, and Table 3-2 in this FC for specific interior finishes and schedules.
5-3
MARINE CORPS SNCO/OFFICERS ROOM.
This room plan is intended for unaccompanied Staff Noncommissioned Officers (E6E9)(SNCO) and Officers on a dependent restricted unaccompanied orders, and support
personnel on the Unit Deployment Program (UPD). Access is from an interior corridor,
conditioned or open breezeway.
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Gross Building Area: The Total Allowable Gross Building Area may not exceed
743 ft2 Gross (69 m2) per unit module.
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Bedroom Area: 151 ft2 (14 m2) is the required MINIMUM size per bedroom
Room Plan (Spaces) Detailed.
Bedroom. 151 ft2 (14 m2) Net Area required. Bedrooms are intended for single
occupancy. Bedroom dimensions are not fixed, but must remain functional to
accommodate one queen bed, one (1) computer/TV wall desk unit with hutch,
one (1) chair, one (1) nightstand, one (1) lamp and at least one (1) bureau or
chest.
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Living Room. 130 ft2 (12 m2) Net Area required. Living rooms are intended for
one occupant and two visitors use, sized for a sofa, chair, coffee table, end lamp,
floor lamp and TV/credenza. Lighting shall be adjustable level, recess mounted in
the ceiling. Provide a ceiling fan with no light attachment appropriately mounted
to avoid the recessed fixtures.
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Laundry Area. Provide one (1) washer and one (1) dryer for every resident, as a
minimum, vented to the exterior. Stacked units are acceptable. Provide a
containment curb. A floor drain is optional. Provide room for storage of ironing
board and shelving for laundry soap.
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Heads. Heads and fixtures are to be of residential design, quality, and finish.
Provide a vanity with lavatory and valance lighting with a single medicine cabinet,
a full sized tub-shower, and water closet with shelving and towel/toiletry
hardware for one (1) resident.
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Walk-in Closet. 32 ft2 (3 m2) Minimum Net Area required. Provide at least one (1)
walk-in closet for each resident. Closet must be accessible to the sleeping area.
Provide organizers with storage capability extending to the ceiling. Closet shall
be full height, using the space above the normal door height for bulk storage.
Provide continuous ventilation in closets to resist mold and mildew growth.
Provide integral full-length hanging rods for coats and shelves at the long side,
with shelf above the hang rod, and 5 fixed shelves located at the far end wall.
Provide one wall void of shelving for storage of tall items. Lighting outside of
closets is not acceptable. An interior light with motion-activated switch is
required. Carefully placed lighting outside closets is not acceptable. The closet
must be provided with a solid core wood door. Secure each closet with standard
hinged doors with non-removable pin hinges and keyed locking hardware. Bifold and sliding doors are not acceptable. Closet doors may have full-length
dressing mirrors.
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Kitchen. The kitchen area is adjacent and provides open access to the living
area, and doorway access to the bath and bedroom. The kitchen area will
contain a full sized refrigerator (14 cu. ft maximum), a (4) four burner range with
oven below and microwave and ventilation fan collocated above, appropriate
counter space with under cabinet lighting with single bowl sink. Provide a small
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pantry and closet with broom storage capabilities adjacent to the main Room
entry door.
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5-3.2
Locks. Use a magnetic key card system with hard key override. Provide
occupant one key that opens the room entry door and bedroom door.
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The following spaces are REQUIRED common spaces for the Marine Corps SNCO and
Officers configurations:
Entry Vestibule. 50 ft2 (1.5 m2) Net Area. Provide automatic entry doors and
weather vestibule.
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Public Head. 15 ft2 (1.5 m2) Net Area. Provide one (1) water closet, and one (1)
lavatory with associated hardware.
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Elevators. 85 ft2 (8 m2) Net Area. (Elevator machine room area is excluded.) Note
that the number of elevators allowed is now calculated by the building height.
See Chapter 3 for additional details.
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Janitor Closet(s). 90 ft2 (8.5 m2) Net Area. Provide a minimum 5 ft x 3 ft (1.5 m x
0.9 m) closet for permanent party facilities at each floor. Finish floor, base, and
wall at the mop receptor to resist water. Slip resistant quarry tile or ceramic tiles
are examples of acceptable finishes. Provide a motion-activated light. Provide a
janitor's sink with drain, and basic storage for mops and one (1) commercial
grade floor polisher.
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Mechanical and Electrical Room(s). These rooms are calculated at 5% of the
Gross Building Area, (7% maximum). This includes: Main Mechanical room at
ground floor, Electrical control closet, 10 ft by12 ft (304.8 cm by 365.8 cm) NMCI
Electrical room, Fire Pump Room, Elevator Equipment room, Mechanical room
on each floor, and main vertical duct space (floor to floor).
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Corridors and Breezeways. NFPA 101 Fire and Life Safety Code limits travel
distance from corridor door of any guest room to the nearest exit. All building
corridors are to be sized to meet the minimum (or better) requirements of the
International Building Code. Provide appropriate lighting and consider providing a
recessed light at each entrance in addition to standard overhead corridor lighting.
Size the corridor to meet NFPA 101 requirements with a minimum clear width to
accommodate two persons with suitcases (minimum 66 inches (167.64 cm)
clear).
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Stair Towers. Estimate each exiting stair tower at 16 m2 (170 ft2) net area per
floor – Stairways count against gross building area at 50%. Example: 1 stair
towers x 3 floors x 170 ft2 x 50% = 1020 ft2 Gross Building Area. Enclose
exterior stair towers or provide open-air per locale and building configuration.
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Optional Common Building Spaces Detailed.
The following common spaces are OPTIONAL for unaccompanied SNCO and Officers
configurations.
Admin/Office Space. Provide other administrative office spaces as required
within approved gross area constraints.
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Vending. 85 ft2 (8 m2) Net Area. Provide space adjacent or co-located to the
Multi-Purpose Room. Discuss vending area needs, machine quantity and
desired type with the activity and local Marine Corps Community Services
Director. Refer to Chapter 3 for details.
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Multi-Purpose Room. Calculate room size based on 6.25sf (0.58sm) minimum to
12.5sf (1.16sm) maximum area for each occupant. Includes areas such as:
Billiards, Ping Pong, Foosball and Air Hockey and spaces such as a Game
Room, Internet Café, Theater, or other appropriate areas or spaces. Isolate the
area acoustically, and locate them close to public toilets. Provide cabinets and
counter space for minor food service and to accommodate a temporary
microwave oven, waste receptacles, and other similar food warming equipment.
Provide locked storage for related supplies and for equipment. Provide rooms
with light and power for resident’s general use, and provide light dimmers.
Provide window coverings and hardware to allow for darkening of the room with
blinds or shades. With the advent of Marine Online and the military requirement
of Marines to access the internet to review military records and conduct
personnel administration, multi-purpose rooms are required to be wired with
infrastructure to support high speed internet access. Provide a minimum of two
(2) eight-pin data ports wired with Category 5e wiring and clean power in each
multi-purpose room.
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Game Rooms. Acoustically isolate game rooms as appropriate. Include
appropriate electrical outlets, and place close to public toilet(s). Design the
rooms for installation of electronic video games. Locate within building design for
appropriate monitoring by Marine Corps Unaccompanied Housing personnel.
Provide rooms with substantial natural lighting.
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Balconies are an option.
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The following common features must be provided.
5-4.1
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning.
Design an HVAC system to provide residents with individual choice of heating and
cooling year round within each living area.
5-4.2
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Network Systems (LAN).
Doors and View Ports.
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sound isolation for the entry units. Provide a fire rated, wide angle security viewport at
the 60 in (1524mm) height.
Hardware and Locks.
Refer to Chapter 3 for hardware and lock information.
5-4.5
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where open breezeway corridors are present. Single hung windows with window
screens are required for interior corridor designs. Locate secure openings above the
entry door and over windows in living room and bedroom. See Chapter 3 for additional
window requirements.
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CHAPTER 6 OPEN BAY.
This Chapter describes Open Bay configurations used by the Navy and the Marine
Corps. Marines Corps variations are specifically identified.
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OPEN BAY PLAN.
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An Open Bay barracks consists of an open-bay, central head facilities, common areas,
circulation and laundry facilities.
GROSS BUILDING AREA.
Maximum gross building area may not exceed 140 ft2 (13 m2) per person. Refer to UFC
2-000-05N/P-80.
GROSS OPEN BAY SLEEPING AREA.
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occupy the space. (# of persons x minimum net sleeping area per person). Typical
sizes are 60 persons per bay.
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NET LIVING/SLEEPING AREA.
Recruit net living area is 72 ft2 (6.7 m2) per person minimum.
REQUIRED COMMON AREAS (SPACES).
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The following spaces are required common spaces in Open-Bay designs.
Navy Laundry facilities: Provide one washer and two dryers for every 12
residents as a minimum. Adjust this number as appropriate where some or all of
the laundering is performed by contract. Locate laundry rooms preferably at
each floor for easy access and provide acoustic separation from other areas;
provide 10 linear feet (3 linear meters) of folding table with hanging rods above
and 4 feet (1.25 meters) of full height hanging for drip-dry clothing.
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Marine Corps Laundry facilities: Provide one (1) washer and two (2) dryers for
every twelve (12) residents, at a minimum. Locate laundry rooms on the ground
floor or in an adjacent separate building. Clothing and gear requirements may
vary by location. Provide folding tables with hanging rods appropriately designed
for the mission of the occupants.
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optional for the Marines Corps.
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Mechanical and Electrical Rooms. The spaces include main mechanical room,
main electrical control closet, NMCI electrical closet, fire pump room, must be
provided within the limits of the maximum gross building area. This is limited to a
maximum of 7% of the Gross building area. The elevator equipment room (not
generally required for open bay UEPH), and the floor to floor duct spaces are not
included in this limit.
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Circulation, corridors and hallways should be designed for appropriate passage
with luggage and exiting. Provide additional recessed lighting at all entrances.
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Multi-Purpose Areas (Space) such as lounge or classroom. Isolate the areas
acoustically, and locate them close to public toilets. Provide rooms with light and
power, and provide light dimmers. Multi-purpose rooms are required to be wired
with infrastructure to support high speed internet access. Provide a minimum of
two (2) eight-pin data ports wired with Category 5e wiring and clean power in
each multi-purpose room. Refer to ECB 2010-04. Provide window coverings and
hardware to allow for darkening of the room with blinds or shades.
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Janitorial. Provide a 5-foot x 3-foot (1.5 meter x 0.9 meter) closet for each Bay to
house vacuum cleaner storage and janitor’s sink and faucet. Finish floor, base,
and wall at the mop receptor to resist water. Slip resistant quarry tile or ceramic
tiles are examples of acceptable finishes. Provide a motion-activated light.
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Administration Area (for Navy). Design administrative areas to provide the staff
with a secure, efficient, and comfortable environment from which to manage the
building.
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Lobby, Vestibule, Reception Desk. Locate the lobby and its vestibule for easy
identification by arriving guests. Include a seating area for visitors and guests
waiting for transportation. Locate the seating area for clear view of arriving
automobiles and of the front desk. Choose and arrange lighting fixtures to
organize and identify the space. Finish the lobby and entrance with attractive,
durable, and easily cleaned materials. Provide the Reception Desk with
enclosed space or counter/workspace. Locate the counter for visual control of
the lobby and other central common spaces. Arrange the counter for check-in by
several persons at once with electronic cash register and computer, key control,
and forms storage. Light counter surfaces for writing, mount duplex outlets
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above work surface, and provide computer and telephone cables and
connections.
Vending Area. Note that this is optional for recruit barracks.
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Marine Corps Drill Instructor Area. These spaces may include a duty office
designed for the Drill Instructor with head and bunk room. Provide area to
accommodate one desk with computer, with adjacency to a non-public lavatory
(included in the net area); a lockable room to accommodate one (1) bed and one
(1) wall locker. Provide windows in the office area to observe conditions within
the open-bay area, if located on each floor.
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Armories. Individual armories (if required) are part of the open bay area, or an
adjacent space. This may consist of a lockable (metal cage) cabinet permanently
attached per force protection standards as referenced in UFC 1-200-01, and
MCO 5530.14A.
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Marine Corps Multi-Purpose Areas. Isolate these areas acoustically and adjacent
to a single public toilet. Provide these rooms with easily adjustable light
(dimmers), power and internet capabilities according to mission use. Provide
window coverings and hardware to allow for darkening of the room with blinds or
shades. With the advent of Marine Online and the military requirement of Marines
to access the internet to review military records and conduct personnel
administration, multi-purpose rooms are required to be wired to support high
speed internet access. Provide a minimum of two (2) eight-pin data ports wired
with Category 5e wiring and clean power in each multi-purpose room. Refer to
ECB 2010-04.
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Public Telephone. Consider provision of public pay telephone services in
multipurpose area (space). Public telephones must meet disability standards.
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Exterior Wash down areas will be provided as follows: Navy will provide exterior
water at a paved and well drained area with 6 grouped hose bibs securely posted
at 40 inch (101.6 cm) height for individual wash down of field gear and shelters
may be optional. Marine Corps will provide exterior equipment wash down areas
and shelters for them as described in Chapter 5 in the paragraph entitled, Wash
Down Areas.
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APPENDIX A REFERENCES
AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE (ANSI)
http://www.ansi.org/
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS (ASTM)
http://www.astm.org/
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ASTM E336, Standard Test Method for Measurement of Airborne Sound Attenuation
between Rooms in Buildings
ASTM E492, Standard Test Method for Laboratory Measurement of Impact Sound
Transmission Through Floor-Ceiling Assemblies Using the Tapping Machine
ASTM F1066, Standard Specification for Vinyl Composition Floor Tile
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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING REFRIGERATING AND AIR-CONDITIONING
ENGINEERS
http://www.ashrae.org
ASHRAE 62.1, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality
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ASHRAE 62.2, Ventilation and Acceptable Indoor Air Quality in Low-Rise Residential
Buildings
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BUILDERS HARDWARE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
http:buildershardware.com/
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BHMA A156:
A156.1 Butts and Hinges;
A156.2 Bored and Preassembled Locks and Latches;
A156.3 Exit Devices;
A156.4 Door Controls - Closers;
A156.6 Architectural Door Trim;
A156.13 Mortise Locks and Latches (1000 series);
A156.23 Electromagnetic Locks;
A156.25 Electrified Locking Devices;
A156.29 Exit Locks and Alarms.
CARPET AND RUG INSTITUTE
CRI Green Label and Green Label Plus Certified Product List,
http://www.carpet-rug.org/commercial-customers/green-building-and-theenvironment/green-label-plus
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COMPOSITE PANEL ASSOCIATION
http://www.compositepanel.org/
CPA/ANSI A208.2, Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) for Interior Applications
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
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ABA Accessibility Standard for Department of Defense Facilities,
http://www.access-board.gov/ada-aba/aba-standards-dod.cfm
DOD 4165.63-M, DOD Housing Management Manual.
DOD 2000.16, DOD Antiterrorism Standards.
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
EPA 402-R-93-071, EPA’s Map of Radon Zones,
http://www.epa.gov/radon/zonemap.html
HARDWOOD PLYWOOD AND VENEER ASSOCIATION
http://www.hpva.org/
ANSI/HPVA HP-1, American National Standard for Hardwood and Decorative Plywood
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LAWRENCE BERKLEY NATIONAL LABORATORY
http://www.lbl.gov
Tips for Daylighting with Windows, prepared by the Building Technologies Program,
Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory, Copyright 1997 The regents of the University
of California,
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MARINE CORPS AND NAVY
ECB 2010-04, Marine Corps BEQ, Gross Building Allowance (GBA) Calculation
Change,
http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/NAVFAC/ECB/ecb_2010_04.pdf
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MCO 5530.14A, Marine Corps Physical Security Program Manual,
http://www.marines.mil/news/publications/Pages/MCO553014A(FINAL).aspx
MCO P11000.5G, Volume IV, Real Property Facilities Manual (for Marine Corps
Projects),
http://www.marines.mil/news/publications/Pages/MCO%20P11000.5G.aspx
MIL-HDBK-1013/12, Evaluation and Selection Analysis of Security Glazing for
Protection against Ballistic, Bomb, and Forced Entry Tactics,
http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/NAVFAC/DMMHNAV/1013_12.pdf
MIL-STD 3007F, Standard Practice for Unified Facilities Criteria and UFC Guide
Specifications,
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http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/FEDMIL/std3007f.pdf
NAVFAC ITG FY03-4, Mold Response Manual,
http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/NAVFAC/INTCRIT/fy03_04.pdf
OPNAVINST 3300.55, Navy Combating Terrorism Program Standards.
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OPNAVINST 5009.1, with Interim Change NAVADMIN 072/12, Responsibility for Navy
Housing and Lodging Programs.
OPNAVINST 5100.23, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program
Manual
OPNAVINST 11010.20G, Facilities Projects Instruction, Change 1, dated 2 Sept 2010.
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http://www.nfpa.org
Life Safety Code
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ADMINISTRATION
Asbestos, 29 CFR 1926.1101, Asbestos, dated 01 July 2010,
http://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_id=10862&p_table=STA
NDARDS
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SCIENTIFIC CERTIFICATION SYSTEMS/RESILIENT FLOOR COVERING INSTITUTE
SCS/RFCI FloorScore Certified Products List,
http://www.rfci.com
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SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
http://www.aqmd.gov/
Rule 1113, Architectural Coatings
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UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA
http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/browse_cat.php?o=29&c=4
UFC 1-200-01, General Building Requirements. This document provides applicability of
model building codes and government-unique criteria for typical design disciplines
and building systems as well as accessibility antiterrorism, security, sustainability,
and life safety, exiting.
UFC 2-000-05N/P-80 Facility Planning Criteria for Navy/Marine Corps Shore
Installations
UFC 3-200-10N, Civil Engineering (DRAFT),
http://www.wbdg.org/ndbm/design_guidance.php
UFC 3-400-10N, Mechanical Engineering
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UFC 3-600-01, Fire Protection Engineering for Facilities
UFC 4-010-01, DoD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings
UFC 4-020-01, Security Engineering Planning Manual
UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
http://www.wbdg.org/references/pa_dod.php
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APPENDIX B BEST PRACTICES
B-1
NAVY RESIDENT AND BUILDING MANAGER INPUT.
Best practices for new construction and renovation projects for Navy Permanent Party
Unaccompanied Housing should consider recent resident feedback, documented in the
form of Post Occupancy and Resident Satisfaction Surveys. The most common desires
among residents included:
Outdoor BBQ areas, ideally with shade covers, and a variety of sizes to
accommodate varying size groups
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For bathrooms which will be shared by 2 people, consider how two Sailors will
use the area at the same time. In addition to providing separate vanity area,
provide space for closet access while roommate is using vanity, etc.
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When possible, maintain 2-bedroom Market Style Units, and do not add
additional bedrooms, as it complicates roommate interactions
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Look at entry/exit travel paths for residents when setting building entries; with use
of electronic locks and cameras, resident entries can be remote from main lobby
on convenient travel paths from commonly used facilities on the Installation (such
as the fitness center, etc.)
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Cleanliness and maintenance of buildings are a consistent top resident concern;
strongly consider ease of maintenance in selection of finishes and equipment.
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maintained; for example providing a hookup for a generator-based A/C
system during chiller maintenance.
Building Managers offered the following input during the Post Occupancy Survey
process:
Appliances:
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replacement parts, cleanability, etc. For example, all-glass stovetops
which require special cleaners are not usually properly maintained by UH
residents.
o Strongly consider maintainability in initial appliance selection, including
ability to maneuver the unit in and out for replacement or maintenance,
serial numbers and product codes on the front of units, and providing
ample attic stock/replacement parts as part of initial construction contract
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Finishes: strongly consider not only durability but colors which hide stains/dirt
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FLOOR PLAN EXAMPLES
Navy New Market Style Examples
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The Market Style Apartments shown above offer a variety of solutions for
accommodating all requirements.
Navy Reconfiguration to Market Style Example
3 Bed-3 Bath Market Style AFTER
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Installations with Welton Becket style buildings, and surplus capacity, should consider
re-designs similar to the concept in Figure B-2 above. Note that the re-design provides
built-in closets, a separate vanity area for each restroom, in-unit laundry, and space for
Market Style furnishings.
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MARINE CORPS BEST PRACTICES
Marine Corps Best practices for new construction and renovation projects for
Permanent Party barracks should reflect lessons learned from our CMC BEQ initiative
(2008-2012) projects; these include:
Design a cohesive and integrated campus style complex for convenience of
residents, with better traffic flow, hierarchical outdoor spaces, varying from
large active outdoor areas, to smaller areas for passive use.
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Co-locate BEQs and support facilities in order to provide more usable outdoor
areas. Site buildings and structure to protect residents from strong winds and
inclement weather, wherever possible; and use solar orientation to reduce
summer heat gain and site to take advantage of seasonal cooling breezes. .
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Provide identifiable entry and focal points, variation of building massing and
colors, landscape with native plants (low maintenance and water conserving),
and use of locally available site materials and elements.
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Outdoor BBQ areas, ideally with shade covers, and a variety of sizes to
accommodate varying size groups. Include quality built-in BBQs and
maximize outdoor seating/eating capacity with open green space areas.
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Provide home-like environment by maximizing living/sleeping area (within the
maximum limits), provide beds with lockable storage compartments,
maximize the use of natural daylight and ventilation
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For bathrooms, consider how two Marines will use the area at the same time.
In addition to providing separate vanity area, provide space for closet access
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Finishes: strongly consider not only durability but colors which hide stains/dirt
well for carpet, other flooring, grout, countertops, etc while roommate is using
vanity, etc. where possible.
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Provide coordinated furnishings, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) packages
reflective of the buildings architectural style, local culture and theme. Involve
interior designers in complete process (design charettes, FF&E
selection/design and turnkey process.
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Specify sustainable FF&E with an extended warranty for material and labor
beyond the normal contract or manufacturer’s warranty period.
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Cleanliness and maintenance of buildings are a consistent top resident
concern; strongly consider ease of maintenance in selection of finishes and
equipment.
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Create a team of professionals during the process from start to finish; these should
include: NAVFAC, Contract Specialist, Project Manager, design manager, Interior
Designer, ROICC/Construction Manager, ROICC Contract Specialist, Client/End user,
Bachelor Housing Director, Public works project manager, Installation Property
Manager/CMSC Officer, and HQMC LF (where necessary).
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Best Practice, BEQ Campus Arrangement
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In this illustration the BEQs (3 each) are sited in the same complex with the new Dining
Facility to form a very comfortable, easy to walk to various facilities in a coherent,
sustainable complex with plenty of usable outdoor facilities for both very active sports to
very low key passive recreational spaces. BEQ CAMPUS ARRANGEMENT: Example of
Preferred Building Arrangement, Adjacency, Massing, Site Improvements, Landscaping,
and Vehicle and Pedestrian Circulation Paths.
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Best Practice, BEQ Campus Sun shading and Walkways
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Building design and site design: Example of using shading structures for outdoor
gathering spaces, deep overhang to provide shade and shadow and minimize heat gain
in Summer time, walkway connecting all elements of projects to each other, enhanced
paving materials at important nodes in the circulation paths. Note site planning and
building design to offer optimum views to all rooms in the BEQ.
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APPENDIX C GLOSSARY
ACRONYMS
Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection
DoD
Department of Defense
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Facilities Criteria
HNFA
Host Nation Funded Construction Agreements
LEED
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, a program of the United
States Green Building Council
MOS
Military Occupational Specialty
NAVFAC
Naval Facilities Engineering Command
UFC
Unified Facilities Criteria
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2+0 Type Designs – Unaccompanied Housing suitable for assignment of two E1-E3
Sailors or one E4 Sailor. 2+0/2+0 Type Designs generally consist of a Unit providing a
room of at least 180 net square feet and an in-room bath.
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Formal Training/Schools – United States Marine Corps Training and Education
Command (TECOM)-Sponsored Professional Military Education (PME) schools (such
as the Sergeants course, Advanced Senior Non-Commissioned Officers (SNCO)
Academy, etc.) or a formal MOS-producing school (similar to Navy A Schools). Formal
Training/Schools do not include basic training which includes recruit basic training at
Marine Corps Recruit Depots (MCRD), School of Infantry (SOI)/Marine Combat Training
(MCT), etc. or local training courses such as the Corporal's course, Vehicle Operator
Training Course, etc).
Mission Essential – Housing for rotational/mobilized Sailors outside their homeport and
crewmembers of uninhabitable ships/submarines outside their normal homeport.
Military Necessity – Housing supporting Individual's Accounts Personnel, individual
augmentees, Sailors assigned to Transient Personnel Units while awaiting ship's
movement or separation from the Navy, Sailors executing temporary duty for further
assignment (TEMDUFURAS) orders, awaiting Medical boards, executing limited duty
orders, or Sailors directed by the Command to temporarily reside in UH because of
restricted duty, military protective orders, cool down, etc. Personnel are considered
"must house" on the installation.
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Motel/Tower Design – Unaccompanied Housing which generally consists of a ‘module’
including six bedrooms sized to house three Sailors each that share a central head,
shower and laundry room and lounge.
Officer Accessions – Any of several programs that provide personnel to assume
positions as commissioned officers.
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Permanent Party – Active duty and Reserve Component military personnel who are
assigned to or are attached to an installation in a PCS Status. Also includes trainees or
students who are attending a training course for 20 weeks or longer.
Recruits – Personnel undergoing basic military training who have no continuous prior
enlisted service (active or reserve).
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NAVSUPPFAC Diego Garcia, NAVSTA Guantanamo Bay, the California Off-Shore
Islands of Santa Cruz, San Clemente and San Nicolas, etc.) or with only limited
community housing support (e.g., AUTEC Andros Island, etc.)
Rotational/Mobilized Sailors – Sailors attached to units that are "Sea Duty for rotational
purposes" (air squadrons, mobile training units, Seabees, etc.) on orders as a unit to
duty outside their homeport, individuals on orders to a combat zone or crewmembers of
uninhabitable ships/submarines outside their normal homeport.
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Training Necessity – Training programs including officer accessions (e.g., OTC) and
enlisted initial skills training ("A" schools, accessions pipeline schools, etc.) where
student housing is part of the training mission and separate from other unaccompanied
housing, and students are considered 'must house' on the installation
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Welton Becket Units – Unaccompanied Housing, designed by the architecture firm
Welton Becket, which generally consists of a ‘module’ including four bedroom-bath sets
with a 1:1 relationship, surrounding a common lounge space.
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APPENDIX D FIGURES
Navy Market Style Unit (Two Bedroom)
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Navy Shared Mobilization Unit
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NETC Dorm Room
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