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UFC 4 215 01,1 December 2014,UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA UFC. ARMORIES AND ARMS ROOMS, Any copyrighted material included in this UFC is identified at its point of use. Use of the copyrighted material apart from this UFC must have the permission of the. copyright holder,U S ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND Preparing Activity. AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER CENTER,Record of Changes changes are indicated by 1 1. Change No Date Location,UFC 4 215 01,1 December 2014.
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, 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. Whole Building Design Guide web site http dod wbdg org. Refer to UFC 1 200 01 General Building Requirements for implementation of new issuances. on projects,AUTHORIZED BY,JAMES C DALTON P E JOSEPH E GOTT P E. Chief Engineering and Construction Chief Engineer, U S Army Corps of Engineers Naval Facilities Engineering Command. JOE SCIABICA SES MICHAEL McANDREW, Director Director Facilities Investment and Management. Air Force Civil Engineer Center Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense. Installations and Environment,AUTHORIZED BY,UFC 4 215 01.
1 December 2014,UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA UFC,NEW DOCUMENT SUMMARY SHEET. Subject UFC 4 215 01 Armories and Arms Rooms, Cancels This is a new Tri Service document This is to be used in conjunction with. other Tri Service UFC documents in the development of Armories and Arms Rooms A. listing of documents is in Appendix A References, Description The UFC 4 215 01 Armories and Arms Rooms represents another step. in the effort to bring uniformity to the planning design and construction of military. facilities The document requires the use of the latest building codes including the. International Building Code, New military requirements were incorporated and improved references to other. documents have been identified for energy conservation sustainable development and. antiterrorism standards, This is the first Tri Service criteria document to be published for this building type.
Reason for Creating this Document The existing guidance was inadequate for the. following reasons, The Services are currently using their own individual criteria documents ex AF. Guides NAVFAC Instructions Army Technical Instructions and Marines P. numbered management manuals This document promotes criteria uniformity. and reduces current reliance upon individual Service specific documents. The existing Service specific guidance did not properly reference and identify. recently updated and published Tri Service documents. Impact The following direct benefits will result with the new UFC 4 215 01 Armories. and Arms Rooms, Creation of a single source for common DoD Armory criteria and an accurate. reference to individual Service specific documents. Eliminates misinterpretation and ambiguities that could lead to design and. construction conflicts, Facilitates updates and revisions and promotes agreement and uniformity of. design and construction between the Services,UFC 4 215 01. 1 December 2014,Unification Issues, Section 2 8 1 Air Force s approval authority for installation of emergency power.
systems at Armories is the Air Force Civil Engineer Center AFCEC as opposed to the. other Services which allow the Installation Commander as the approval authority. Section 3 4 3 2 Army does not require provision for card readers with key pads at. equipment cage platoon company doors and office doors. Section 3 4 6 1 The Army does not require lockers to be provided for showering or. changing clothes This is due to the Army typically constructing only Arms Rooms. within other facilities thus the existence of an Arms Room would not require showers. and associated lockers for showering and changing,UFC 4 215 01. 1 December 2014,CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1,1 1 PURPOSE AND SCOPE 1. 1 2 APPLICABILITY 1,1 3 GENERAL BUILDING REQUIREMENTS 1. 1 4 REFERENCES 1,1 5 GLOSSARY 1,CHAPTER 2 PLANNING CRITERIA 3. 2 1 PHYSICAL SECURITY 3,2 1 1 Threat Assessment 3,2 2 SCOPE OF FACILITY 3.
2 2 1 Armories and Arms Rooms 4,2 3 ARMORY PLANNING DETERMINATIONS 5. 2 3 1 Inventory and Number of Personnel to be Serviced 5. 2 3 2 Weapons Distribution Protocols 5,2 3 3 Weapons Storage 6. 2 3 4 Weapons Cleaning Stations 6,2 4 STAFFING AND OFFICE MANAGEMENT 7. 2 5 OTHER FACILITY FUNCTIONS 7,2 6 SPACE ASSESSMENT 7. 2 6 1 Other Functions 7,2 6 2 Break Area 7,2 6 3 Loading Considerations 7.
2 6 4 Support Areas 7,2 7 BUILDING SITE PLANNING 8. 2 7 1 Location 8,2 7 2 Parking 8,2 7 3 Fencing 9,2 8 BUILDING SUPPORT SYSTEMS 9. 2 8 1 Emergency Power 9,CHAPTER 3 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA 11. 3 1 GENERAL 11,3 2 PHYSICAL SECURITY 11,UFC 4 215 01. 1 December 2014,3 3 SITE WORK 11,3 4 ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN 11.
3 5 ELECTRICAL DESIGN 11,3 5 1 Telecommunications Systems 11. 3 5 2 Power 11,3 5 3 Lighting 11,3 5 4 Emergency Power 11. 3 5 5 Electronic Security Systems ESS 11, 3 6 HEATING VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING HVAC DESIGN 13. 3 6 1 Maximum Ductwork Size 13,3 6 2 Controls 13,3 6 3 Ventilation 13. 3 7 PLUMBING DESIGN 13,3 8 FIRE PROTECTION 14,3 8 1 Fire Suppression Systems 14.
3 8 2 Fire Alarm Systems 14,3 8 3 Installations with a Single Armory 14. 3 8 4 Mass Notification Systems 14,CHAPTER 4 SPECIFIC DESIGN CRITERIA 16. 4 1 INTRODUCTION 16,4 2 ISSUE PORTS 16,APPENDIX A REFERENCES 32. APPENDIX B DRAWINGS 36,B 1 A PROTOTYPE ARMORY 36,B 2 ISSUE PORT 37. B 3 TYPICAL ARMS ROOM 41,APPENDIX C GLOSSARY 42,TABLE 4 1 ENTRY CANOPY 17.
TABLE 4 2 VESTIBULE 18,TABLE 4 3 CORRIDOR 19,UFC 4 215 01. 1 December 2014,TABLE 4 4 DUTY OFFICE 20,TABLE 4 5 MECHANICAL ROOM 21. TABLE 4 6 STAFF TOILETS SHOWERS 22,TABLE 4 6A EXTERIOR TOILETS 23. TABLE 4 7 ELECTRICAL CLOSET 24,TABLE 4 8 COMMUNICATIONS ROOM 25. TABLE 4 9 JANITORS CLOSET 26,TABLE 4 10 COVERED WEAPONS CLEANING AREA 27.
TABLE 4 10A INTERIOR WEAPONS CLEANING AREA 28, TABLE 4 11 WEAPONS REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE WORKSHOPS 29. TABLE 4 12 WEAPONS STORAGE AREA 30,UFC 4 215 01,1 December 2014. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION,1 1 PURPOSE AND SCOPE, This UFC provides requirements for a unified approach to the planning programming. and design of DoD Armories and Arms Rooms These facilities store only very limited. amounts of small arms ammunition thus this document does not cover facilities utilized. for storing ammunition or explosives For facilities storing ammunition or explosives that. fall under DoD 6055 09 M DOD Ammunition and Explosive Safety Standards refer to. requirements in UFC 4 420 01 Ammunition and Explosives Storage Magazines. 1 2 APPLICABILITY, This UFC applies to all military service elements and contractors involved in the. planning design and construction of DoD armories and arms rooms worldwide The. information in this UFC applies to the design of all construction projects to include new. construction additions alterations and renovation projects in the continental United. States CONUS and outside the continental United States OCONUS. 1 3 GENERAL BUILDING REQUIREMENTS, 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 high. performance and sustainability requirements and safety Use this UFC in addition to. UFC 1 200 01 and the UFCs and government criteria referenced therein. 1 4 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,1 5 GLOSSARY, Appendix C contains acronyms abbreviations and terms. UFC 4 215 01,1 December 2014,This Page Intentionally Left Blank. UFC 4 215 01,1 December 2014,CHAPTER 2 PLANNING CRITERIA. 2 1 PHYSICAL SECURITY, Physical security is that part of security concerned with physical measures designed to.
safeguard personnel to prevent unauthorized access to equipment installations. material and documents and to safeguard them against espionage sabotage. damage and theft, The applicable DoD and Service specific physical security documents for Armories and. Arms Rooms are as follows,DoD Military Handbook 1013 1A Section 2. DoDM 5100 76 Physical Security of Sensitive Conventional Arms. Ammunition and Explosives for pre design considerations. Navy OPNAVINST 5530 13C Physical Security Instruction for. Conventional Arms Ammunitions and Explosives, Marine Corps MCO 5530 14A Marine Corps Physical Security Program. Army Army Regulation AR 190 11 Physical Security for Arms. Ammunition and Explosives, Air Force Air Force Instruction AFI 31 101 Integrated Defense FOUO. Include representatives from the intended facility users as well as the designated. military installation intelligence officers operational officers security and law. enforcement officials and engineering and planning personnel in the planning and. design process,2 1 1 Threat Assessment, Generally arms storage structures are designed according to the physical security.
regulations and instructions listed above Local threat considerations need to be taken. into consideration and the design basis threat can be established using UFC 4 020. 01 DoD Security Engineering Facilities Planning Manual. 2 2 SCOPE OF FACILITY, Comply with DoDM 5100 76 Armory facility functional design is driven by inventory. control storage equipment repair and maintenance delivery management. methodologies and any additional functions accommodated in the specific facility. These functions and how they drive the design of the facility are described in greater. detail herein Arms ammunition and explosives AA E storage is driven by Security. Risk Categories SRC per DoDM 5100 76 For Army Arms Rooms representative risk. categories are established per AR 190 11,UFC 4 215 01. 1 December 2014,2 2 1 Armories and Arms Rooms, Armory is a facility usually free standing containing one or more separate weapon. storage and distribution spaces See Appendix B Drawing B 1 for the layout of a. typical Armory An Arms room is a single room built inside or adjacent to another. building for the purpose of storing and distributing weapons See Appendix B Drawing. B 3 for the layout of a typical Arms Room,2 2 1 1 Armory. Navy and Marine Corps armories are categorized in UFC 2 000 05N Facility Planning. Criteria for Navy Marine Corps Shore Installations Category Code 143 45 An armory. for Fleet Marine Force air and ground units provides temperature and humidity. controlled and secure space for storing and maintaining weapons assigned to. personnel In planning for a Marine Corps armory the method is to build the space. requirements by weapon and ammunition count To calculate space requirements the. space allocation for a Navy and Marine Corps armory can be determined by using the. UFC 2 000 05N Facility Planning Criteria for Navy Marine Corps Shore Installations. space planning tool on the NAVFAC portal Adjustments can be made for units that do. not conform to infantry battalion model such as squadron or logistics battalion Navy. and Marine Corps Armories store limited amounts of safety and security ammunition. and may also be authorized for storing ammunition with those personal weapons that. have been authorized for storage by the Commanding Officer in a container in the. The Army also has large free standing weapons storage facilities in specialized. circumstances identification of which is FOUO however the Army more typically. stores weapons in an Arms Room within another facility. The Unified Facilities Criteria UFC system is prescribed by MILSTD 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 amp L Memorandum dated 29 May 2002 UFC will be used for all DoD projects and work for other customers

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