4. The connected electrical load in kVA has been computed based on knowledge of ABIOL or Table of Allowance (TOA) contents. A load diversity factor has been applied to compute the kVA demand. Water and sewer demand are based on ABIOL or TOA contents and the utility systems designed to this criteria.
5. Compute 30-day requirements for installed engine-driven or fuel-fired equipment only. No allowance for automotive, construction, weight handling, and other jobsite support equipment fuel is included. Fuel is not provided when facilities or assemblies are shipped. NAVSUP provides fuel as a contribution when whole components are shipped.
6. The skill requirements are designated by Seabee (OF-13) ratings and are expressed in man-hours as computed for each facility.
Figure 1-2 shows atypical facility entry in part 2 of volume Ielectric power plant diesel 2-200 kW generators, without tank, facility 811 10R. Adjacent to the facility number, the heading shows the JCS planning factor applied. The header also describes the basic capability of the facility. The NAVFAC drawing number is shown for reference purposes. All drawings in volume I, part 2, are indexed by facility number.
The assemblies required to make the facility functionally operational are listed in assembly-number sequence. These numbers were derived from the prime trade involved in the construction. The 30,000 series indicates Construction Electricians; the 50,000, Equipment Operators.
Following a brief description of the assembly is the zone code. For facilities or assemblies that are designed for use in both northern and tropical zones, the zone column is usually left blank. However, assemblies required for Arctic operation are designated code N. The quantity given is a multiplier, indicating the number of assemblies to be ordered.
Weight and cubic feet are measured in normal terms for export packing. Weight, cube, and dollar value reflect totals for each line. Construction estimates are computed in the same manner as are components.
Summarized data is the same as that used for components with the following exceptions. In addition to primary facility capacity, secondary capacity, as described in NAVFAC P-72, is included. This is used, for example, in the 700 series of facilities where the primary capacity is expressed in men, and the secondary, in square feet.
The recoverability code is a broad indication of the relocatability or recoverability. The code "A" indicates total recoverability, and "D" indicates a disposable facility. Details are found in table 1-3, Recoverability Codes.
Figure 1-3 shows a typical entry for an assembly. This assembly provides the necessary material for the installation of a 200-kilowatt generator. Header information is the same as that for a facility. Assembly line-item requirements are displayed by cognizance symbol and national stock number. The unit of issue, weight, cube, and dollar value are extracted from supply files once the requirement data is entered. This data changes often, but frequent changes will not be made in the Facilities Planning Guide for stock numbers with minor price-level changes.
Components, facilities, or assemblies can be ordered. Components are usually ordered only under a mobilization situation and requested through the CNO. Facilities and assemblies can be ordered without CNO approval if reimbursement is provided. Requests for release are forwarded to NCBC, Port Hueneme. Atten- tion is directed to the Facilities Projects Manual, OPNAVINST 11010.20 (Series), regarding project approvals for peacetime use and to Procurement, Lease, and Use of Relocatable Buildings, OPNAVINST 11010.33 (Series), (DODINST 4165.56), regardingthe relocatable building program.
Suppose there is a requirement for an electrical distribution system underground. To determine what is available in the ABFC System to satisfy the requirement, look in volume 2, part 2, Index of Facilities, under the 800 series (Utilities and Ground Improvements), as shown in figure 1-4. If an approximate 11,000-foot system is needed, facility 812 30AB can be used; see figure 1-5.Continue Reading