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INITIAL OUTFITTING & TRANSITION REQUIREMENT DOCUMENTFY22 CHARLESTON CONSOLIDATED STORAGE & DISTRIBUTION CENTER (OM-SRM) PROJECT NO 89902 DEFENSE HEALTH AGENCY-FACILITIES ENTERPRISESTATEMENT OF WORKINITIAL OUTFITTING & TRANSITION REQUIREMENT DOCUMENTFY22 CHARLESTON CONSOLIDATED STORAGE & DISTRIBUTION CENTER (OM-SRM) PROJECT NO 89902 DEFENSE HEALTH AGENCY-FACILITIES ENTERPRISESTATEMENT OF WORKFY22FY22

INITIAL OUTFITTING & TRANSITION REQUIREMENT DOCUMENT

FY22 CHARLESTON CONSOLIDATED STORAGE & DISTRIBUTION CENTER (OM-SRM) PROJECT NO 89902 DEFENSE HEALTH AGENCY-FACILITIES ENTERPRISE

STATEMENT OF WORK

INITIAL OUTFITTING & TRANSITION REQUIREMENT DOCUMENT

FY22 CHARLESTON CONSOLIDATED STORAGE & DISTRIBUTION CENTER (OM-SRM) PROJECT NO 89902 DEFENSE HEALTH AGENCY-FACILITIES ENTERPRISE

STATEMENT OF WORK

Table of Contents

Table of Contents2

1General Requirements4

1.1General Requirements4

1.1.1Overview4

1.1.2Project Information4

1.1.3Work Restrictions5

1.1.4Progress & Completion Photos5

1.1.5Meetings & Reporting5

1.1.6Schedule7

1.1.7Submittals10

1.1.1Acceptance & Transfer Documentation10

1.2Initial Outfitting12

1.2.1General12

1.2.2Qualifications: Initial Outfitting Personnel15

1.2.3Submittals: FFE-LVS16

1.2.4Furniture, Fixtures, Equipment (FFE) Package16

1.2.5Low Voltage System (LVS) Package17

1.2.6FFE-LVS Execution Plan18

1.3Transition18

1.3.1General18

1.3.2Qualifications: Transition Personnel24

1.3.3Submittals: Transition Plan25

1.4Acceptance & transfer of property27

2Functional Requirements27

3Interior Design Requirements27

3.1General27

3.1.1Qualifications: Interior Design27

3.1.2Submittals: Furniture & Fixtures28

3.2Division 10: Specialties28

3.2.1New Signage-Interior (PP)28

3.2.2New Storage & Lockers (PP)28

3.2.3New Fire Protection Items (PP)29

3.3Division 12: Furnishings (Furniture, Accessories, Casework, Artwork, etc.)29

3.3.1New Furnishings (PP)30

4Equipment Requirements31

4.1General31

4.1.2Qualifications: Equipment32

4.1.3Submittals: Equipment33

4.2Division 11: Equipment (Medical, Institutional, Office, Etc.)33

4.2.1New Equipment (PP)34

4.2.2Reused Equipment34

5Communication Requirements34

5.1General35

5.1.1Order Criteria Applies36

5.1.2Site Investigation Report: Communication Systems36

5.2Qualifications: Communications36

5.2.1Communications Systems Engineer (CSE)36

5.2.2Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD)36

5.2.3Cybersecurity Consultant36

5.3Submittals: Communications (Design)37

5.3.1Order of Applicability37

5.3.2Distribution & Medium37

5.3.3LVS (RPIE vs PP)37

5.3.4LVS Package38

5.4Submittals: Communications38

5.4.1LVS Submittals38

5.4.2Building Equipment Rooms & Structures: Communications39

5.4.3Commissioning39

6Division 25: Integrated Automation (Cybersecurity)40

6.1Risk Management Framework (RMF)40

6.2Submittals: Cybersecurity41

6.2.1Design Submittals42

6.3Schedule Constraints: Cybersecurity45

7Division 27: Communications (Infrastructure, Phone, Data, etc.)45

7.1Telecommunications Interior Infrastructure45

7.2Classified Telecommunication Infrastructure45

7.3Telecommunications Pathways & Cabling45

7.4Backbone Cabling – Optical (RPIE)46

7.5Cabling System - Building Telecommunications (RPIE)46

7.6Work Areas46

7.7Grounding Bonding, and Static Protection46

7.8Telecommunications System Administration46

7.9Telecommunication System Testing46

7.10Service Specific Requirements46

7.11System Infrastructure46

7.12Real Property Installed Equipment (RPIE)46

7.13Personal Property (PP)46

7.14Data Communications Wireless Access Points (IS-PP)47

7.15Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) Heat Mapping47

7.16Data Communications Network Equipment (IS-PP)47

7.17Sound Masking Systems (FRCS-PP)48

8Division 28: Electronic Safety & Security (Fire Alarm & Electronic Security System)48

8.1Fire Alarm & Detection (RPIE)48

8.2Electronic Security Systems (ESS) (PP)48

9Division 33: Utilities (Telecommunications Outside Plant)48

10REFERENCES48

11Attachments50

General Requirements

General Requirements

Overview

The Defense Health Agency-Facilities Enterprise (DHA-FE) requires Initial Outfitting and Transition (IO&T) services for the FY22 MILCON Warehouse Replacement Project at Charleston AFB, SC.

Initial Outfitting means to provide new furniture, fixtures, equipment, and low voltage systems (FFE-LVS) classified as Personal Property in new or newly renovated facilities.

Transition services generally includes (1) relocating reuse FFE-LVS, (2) disposing of non-reuse FFE-LVS, (3) public relations (PR) support, (4) staff orientation & training, and (5) cleaning prior to occupancy of the new or newly renovated space.

Project Information

PROJECT INFORMATION

Real Property Jurisdiction

Department of the Air Force

Location

JB Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina

Project Delivery Method

IOT Stand-Alone

FACILITY INFORMATION

FACILITY 1

FACILITY 2

FACILITY 3

Project Number

89902

89902

89902

Project Title

CSDC Charleston

CSDC Charleston

CSDC Charleston

Facility Number

00697

Facility Name

Warehouse

Leased Building

New Bldg

Square Footage

10,000

75,000

95,474

Real Property Categorization

Medical Treatment Facility Type

Medical Warehouse

Medical Warehouse

Medical Warehouse

Facility Function

Warehouse

Warehouse

Warehouse

Scope Description

Demolish

Transfer Only

New Construction

Fund Sources

MILCON

MILCON

Level of Construction

Permanent

Department Name(s)

Materiel Receiving/Processing, Materiel Staging, Materiel Storage, and Biomedical Equipment Repair

Current Use (Occupancy)

Storage

Storage

New Use (Occupancy)

Storage

Historical Status

Archeological Site

Defense Medical Information System Identifier (DMIS ID)

The existing Joint Base (JB) Charleston Medical Readiness mission is supported by Building 697 and a leased building off base. The Air Force Surgeon General (SG) approved Consolidated Storage and Distribution Center (CSDC) for CONUS-based War Readiness Material (WRM) so Building 697 will be replaced and the lease for the building off base will end.

Work Restrictions

Continued Occupancy

All departments within the existing facility will remain in operation during the entire Period of Performance (POP) unless specifically stated herein. Permission to interrupt operations must be submitted in writing within the timelines outlined in the section titled Schedule Constraints.

Base Access & Work Hours

When arranging access to Charleston AFB, there is a minimum of 72hrs pre-notice to process Form 74. COR and Project officer will assist in processing base access and provide further details on what documents and forms are required.

Work hours within the existing facility, and on and around the site, are outlined in the following table. Work outside these hours requires approval and must be requested within the time outlined in the section titled Schedule Constraints.

WORK PERIOD

START

Monday-Friday

10 hours

7:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday

10 hours

7:00 am

5:00 pm

Sunday

0 hours

Contractor Access and Use of Premises

Contractor installation access instructions are defined in the Attachment: Installation Contractor Requirements.

Concurrent Projects

PROJECT

GENERAL WORK DECRIPTION

GENERAL AREA/ LOCATION AFFECTED

ESTIMATED COMPLETION/ DURATION

ACC Modernization

Modernization and reorganization of select MTF departments.

Main MTF around the corner from the CSDC Site

March 2025

HAAMS

Storage facility for Specialized Training

Adjacent to the MTF

May 2022

Temporary Passenger Terminal

30ft South of the CSDC site

July 2022 – Sept 2022

Progress & Completion Photos

Provide pre-work, progress, and completion photos for the spaces outlined in the following table.

SPACE

Primary & Secondary Entrances

High Bay Storage

Loading Dock

Office Space

Conference Room

Vault

Walk In Cooler

Meetings & Reporting

Meeting Logistics

Coordinate Agendas and meeting arrangements with the government prior to the meeting date. Notify the government of workspace requirements necessary to conduct the meeting (e.g., required number of meeting rooms, tables, chairs, presentation boards, teleconferencing ability, wi-fi connectivity, etc.). Provide equipment, accessories, and documents necessary to conduct the meeting.… Show All