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NPR 8820.2G
Effective Date: June 05, 2014
Expiration Date: September 30, 2022
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Subject: Facility Project Requirements (FPR)

Responsible Office: Office of Strategic Infrastructure

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Appendix C. Compliance Matrix

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1.2.1 Center Facility Project Managers (FPMs) shall comply with NASA-required best practices regardless of the funding source (e.g., NASA Program, CECR Account, or external funds). Required best practices include the following:

a. Implementing front-end planning as developed by the Construction Industry Institute (CII) using comprehensive planning tools such as the Project Definition Rating Index (PDRI), team building, and other techniques (see CII Best Practices).

b. Investigating the site and providing sufficient preliminary design to develop a full project scope, assess risks, identify construction complexities, and provide a realistic Facility Project Cost Estimate prior to inclusion in the NASA budget submission to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).

c. Using life-cycle cost vs. first cost to determine the best economic solution (e.g. new construction vs. renovation or adaptive reuse, mechanical and electrical systems, equipment, materials, and methods) (see NASA Business Case Guide for Facilities Projects). Ensure that any large capital energy investment in an existing building employs the most energy efficient and life-cycle cost-effective designs, systems, equipment, and controls.

d. Designing for maintainability to optimize operation and maintenance costs and effort (see CII Best Practices).

e. Commissioning installed equipment, systems, building envelope, and other building elements to ensure quality, operability, reliability, and systems integration.

f. Using environmentally friendly processes, materials, and equipment.

g. Maximizing reuse, recycling, and salvage and minimizing disposal when a project includes demolition (see CII Best Practices).

h. Applying constructability concepts and principles during each phase of the facility project process to ensure the project execution remains practical (see CII Best Practices).

i. Using partnering tools and techniques to establish and maintain professional working relationships among project stakeholders including, but not limited to, users, contractors, and construction managers. See NASA Partnering Desk Reference for more specific guidance.

j. Practicing effective configuration and change order control to minimize project cost and schedule growth.

k. Implementing the safety initiative "Making Zero Incidents a Reality" to encourage proactive safe behavior during the construction phase (see CII Best Practices).

l. Using Design-Build Institute of America's Design-Build Manual of Practice when a design-build approach is planned.
1.3.1 For all CoF level projects, Center FPMs shall comply with the five guiding principles described for Federal High Performance and Sustainable Buildings (FHPSB) in Exec. Order 13514, Federal Leadership in Environmental, Energy, and Economic Performance and Exec. Order 13423, Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management.
1.3.2 For New Construction and Major Renovation, in addition to complying with the five guiding principles referenced in section 1.3.1, CoF FPMs shall ensure all projects are designed to meet a minimum level of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification using United States Green Building Council (USGBC) criteria.
1.3.3 If the FPM does not think compliance with the minimum LEED requirements is reasonable for a particular project, the FPM shall submit a letter requesting a waiver from the minimum LEED requirements explaining why compliance is imprudent along with a completed initial LEED checklist to the NASA Headquarters Office of Strategic Infrastructure.
1.4.3 The FPM shall establish the project scope in cooperation with Center management and other project stakeholders.
1.4.4 FPMs shall ensure all CoF projects are complete and usable within the proposed scope of the project.
1.4.5 NASA has no authority to formulate or execute CoF projects using incremental programming and shall not do so without special legislation.
1.4.6 On the NASA Form 1509, the FPM shall include a statement that explains the scope of the particular phase, how many phases are planned, and the associated estimated total cost of all phases.
1.4.7 Center CoF Program Managers shall develop and submit a budget request (five-year plan) in accordance with the annual guidance issued through the NASA OCFO (see NPR 9420.1, Budget Formulation).
1.4.8 The CoF program manager shall prepare the following documentation for each CoF project:

a. A NASA Form 1509, Facility Project-Brief Project Document.

b. A NASA Form 1510, Facility Project Cost Estimate.

c. A Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA). LCCAs for discrete CoF projects are submitted during the data call, along with the draft budget narrative (see NASA Business Case Guide for Facilities Projects). LCCAs for all other CoF projects should be kept in the project folder and made available on request by FED.

d. A Risk Assessment. Risk assessment format and content will comply with the template provided in FED's annual data call.
1.4.11 Until released by the appropriate committees of Congress, no project stakeholder (e.g. FPM, Architectural-Engineering (A-E) firm, NASA employee) shall publicly disclose CoF project information (including subprojects and/or work packages).
1.4.16 Programs and projects shall follow the Dissenting Opinion Process per NPD 1000.0, NASA Governance and Strategic Management Handbook.
1.4.18 Regardless of the source of funds, approval authority shall comply with NPD 7330.1, Approval Authorities for Facility Projects. At a minimum, project concurrence and approval shall include the Center representative with delegated responsibility for construction, validation or requirements by support program or organization, and the funding organization. Center CoF Program Managers shall submit approved 1509s in excess of $100,000 to FED for review prior to obligating funds. Center CoF Program Managers shall request funds and approval via the Space Act Agreement Maker (SAAM) and attach a NASA Form 1509 in the SAAM. Funding approval and authority comes from the party providing funds; however, NASA facility project approval requirements shall comply with NPD 7330.1, Approval Authorities for Facility Projects. Center CoF Program Managers shall request construction funds using the SAAM with the CoF Routine Transaction Form and NASA Form 1509 attached for each project. Center Contract Officers shall award CoF contracts only upon receiving approval authority and funds. When professional services such as a design by an A-E firm or a construction contractor are identified, the contract acquisition shall comply with the FAR and NASA FAR supplement.
1.4.20 Program Reporting Requirements. Center CoF Program Managers shall maintain records for each CoF project and submit Quarterly Reports, Functional Performance Metrics, and Sustainability Progress Reports to Headquarters. The Center CoF Program Managers shall provide functional performance metrics to the FED in response to the FED's annual call for functional performance metrics. NASA Center Program Managers shall submit an annual report of their progress toward implementing sustainability goals.
2.1 The Center CoF Program Manager shall develop a systematic process for developing projects for potential inclusion in the CoF process.
2.2.1 The FPM and Center facility planning office shall coordinate all acquisition planning and execution with the Center acquisition office to ensure compliance with these regulations.
2.2.2 The FPM shall ensure assigned CoF projects are in accord with the Center Master Plan.
2.2.3 With support from the project team (see section 2.2.4), the FPM shall organize, manage, and direct facility project work to meet the requirements of this NPR. Programs and projects with a life-cycle cost of $250 million or greater shall be managed by program and project managers who have been certified in compliance with Office of Management and Budget (OMB)'s promulgated Federal acquisition program/project management certification requirements. The FPM shall initially use the (PDRI) as the primary tool for FEP as a checklist to determine the project areas needing clarification and further study. The FPM shall complete a Functional Requirements Document that contains more detail than is found on the NASA Form 1509 and forms the basis for developing documents for budget formulation and/or project approval. After the FPM writes the Functional Requirements Document, the project stakeholders (as described in section 2.2.4) shall review it. For CoF projects, the FPM shall prepare a Facility Project Management Plan that establishes a schedule for implementing a facility project and assigns roles, responsibilities, and authorities to develop and complete the project. Prior to the start of final design work the FPM shall present the management plan for approval to the Center official exercising project technical approval authority. For discrete projects, the FPM shall submit the management plan to NASA Headquarters FED for review and approval. Environmental Compliance. The FPM and the Center Environmental Manager shall ensure an environmental evaluation in accordance with NPR 8580.1, NASA National Environmental Policy Act Management Requirements, and Exec. Order 12114. For work on existing facilities with potentially historic significance, the FPM and the Center Historic Preservation Officer shall ensure the work complies with 36 C.F.R. Part 800, Protection of Historic Properties, of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) prior to rewarding a Design-Bid-Build, Design-Build, Demolition, or Deconstruction contract. The FPM and Center Historic Preservation Officer (HPO) shall ensure any mitigation or design requirements for compliance with 36 C.F.R. Part 800, Protection of Historic Properties are included in a Design-Build request for proposal (RFP) prior to issuance. The FPM and the Center Occupational Safety and Health organization(s) shall identify safety and occupational health requirements in compliance with NPR 8715.3, NASA General Safety Program Requirements and NPR 8715.1, NASA Occupational Safety and Health Programs. The FPM shall prepare a Preliminary Hazard Analysis and the Preliminary Hazard List and initiate the Facility Safety Management Plan (FSMP) containing the Hazard Analysis Tracking Index (HATI) in accordance with NPR 8715.3, NASA General Safety Program Requirements. In addition to the ISC Design Criteria and in compliance with NPD 1600.2, NASA Security Policy, FPMs with cooperation from the Center security officer assigned to the project shall ensure NASA facility projects comply with the requirements contained within NPR 1600.1, NASA Security Program Procedural Requirements (section 7.7); NPR 1620.2, Facility Security Assessments; and NPR 1620.3, Physical Security Requirements for NASA Facilities and Property. If applicable to any portion of a CoF project, the FPM shall ensure compliance with the risk management process as outlined in NPR 8000.4, Risk Management Procedural Requirements. The FPM shall ensure all facility project designs comply with accepted maintenance policies described below:

(1) Reliability Centered Maintenance Guide for Facilities and Collateral Equipment.

(2) Reliability Centered Building and Equipment Acceptance (RCB&EA) Guide.

(3) NPR 8831.2, Facilities Maintenance and Operations Management.

(4) Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) requirements. The FPM shall make sure that O&M manuals on the installed systems and equipment are provided and training of operations and maintenance personnel (including certification training for complex technical systems) is accomplished. The FPM and project team members shall incorporate the five guiding principles, LEED Silver certification as outlined in section 1.3. Commissioning as defined in ASHRAE Guideline 0 shall be required on all new construction and major renovation projects and also on the installed items and associated systems of all other projects (for more commissioning guidance, see http://www.wbdg.org/project/buildingcomm.php). For projects incapable of meeting the sustainability requirements described in the above paragraph, the FPM and the project team shall incorporate sustainable design practices to the maximum extent practical using the LEED checklist and provide justification in an exemption request. Where markets or onsite recycling opportunities exist, the designer shall incorporate into the construction contract documents to have the contractor recycle or salvage at least 50 percent of construction, demolition, and land-clearing waste, excluding soil. Other Construction Standards. The FPM shall ensure compliance with the following standards or guidance:

(1) Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) During Construction. Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association IAQ Guidelines for Occupied Buildings Under Construction 2nd Edition, 2008. After construction and prior to occupancy, conduct a minimum 72-hour flush out with maximum outdoor air, consistent with achieving relative humidity no greater than 60 percent. After occupancy, continue the flush out as necessary to minimize exposure to contaminants from new building materials.

(2) Ventilation and Thermal Comfort. ASHRAE Standard 55-2013, Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy, including continuous humidity control within established ranges per climate zone and ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2013, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality.

(3) Moisture Control. Implement a moisture control strategy for controlling moisture flows and condensation to prevent building damage and mold contamination.

(4) Daylighting. Maintain a minimum daylight factor of 2 percent (excluding all direct sunlight penetration) in 75 percent of all spaces occupied for critical visual tasks. Provide automatic dimming controls or accessible manual lighting controls and appropriate glare control.

(5) Low-Emitting Materials. Use materials and products with low pollutant emissions, e.g., low or no volatile organic compounds. This requirement includes adhesives, sealants, paints, carpet systems, and furnishings.

(6) Biobased Content. Use products meeting or exceeding the United States Department of Agriculture's biobased content recommendations. For other products, use biobased products made from rapidly renewable resources and certified sustainable wood products.

(7) Ozone-Depleting Compounds. Eliminate the use of ozone-depleting compounds during and after construction where alternative environmentally preferable products are available, consistent with both the Montreal Protocol and Title VI of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 or equivalent overall air quality benefits that take into account life-cycle impacts.

(8) Recycled Content. For EPA-designated products, use products meeting or exceeding EPA's recycled content recommendations. For other products, use materials with recycled content such that the sum of postconsumer recycled content plus one-half of the preconsumer content constitutes at least 10 percent (based on cost) of the total value of the materials in the project. For major renovation and new construction of laboratories, the FPM shall incorporate and reference the recommendations of the Labs21 program, including the Labs21 Laboratory Energy Efficiency Profiler and the Labs21 Environmental Performance Criteria. The FPM shall prepare or ensure that assigned CoF projects have a Facility Project Cost Estimate that includes every element described in the project Functional Requirements Document with enough accuracy to have a reasonable expectation of project success. For all Discrete and MRC projects (see section, the Center CoF Program or Project Manager shall submit NASA Forms 1509 and 1510 to FED. For Discrete projects, the Center CoF Program Manager shall provide FED a budget narrative and an LCCA in compliance with OMB Circular A-94 using ECONPACK. The Center CoF Program Manager shall also provide NASA Forms 1509 and 1510 for Demolition projects estimated to cost in excess of $1 million to FED. The FPM shall consider using EVM for any project with a Facility Project Cost Estimate of $20 million or more or where there is significant development or technical risk. A resource-loaded* schedule is an acceptable alternative to EVM when issuing a firm-fixed-price contract. If this option is selected, the construction contractor shall be required to submit a resource-loaded schedule for review and approval by the CO prior to beginning work. The FPM shall ensure designs meet or exceed locally adopted, nationally recognized building codes and standards. If a local jurisdiction has adopted a code that is not nationally recognized, the FPM shall ensure the design meets or exceeds the latest version of the International Building Code from the International Code Council. Regardless of locally adopted building codes, the FPM shall ensure the design meets or exceeds the latest version of the National Fire Protection Association requirements for electrical systems, life safety, and fire protection, detection, and suppression. The FPM shall ensure that all CoF design drawings comply with the United States National CAD Standard. For all CoF project specifications, designers shall use SpecsIntact; i.e., the Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS) found in the Whole Building Design Guide. For projects where BIM is to be used, the FPM shall reference the latest version of the National BIM Standard and incorporate the NASA BIM Scope of Services and Requirements in the projects to the extent applicable. The FPM shall include budget formulation planning for activation during the planning phase of the project.
3.1.1 The FPM shall keep the project team apprised of changes or proposed changes in project requirements.
3.2.1 Whenever A-E services are required, the FPM and Center Procurement Office shall acquire those services in accordance with the FAR Part 36 and the NASA FAR Supplement.
3.3.1 The FPM and project team members shall ensure that public disclosure of CoF project information (including subprojects and/or work packages) occur only after release by the appropriate committees of Congress.
3.3.2 Any information deemed Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) shall be handled by the FPM and project team members in accordance with NPR 2810.1, Security of Information Technology.
3.4.1 The FPM shall plan and manage CoF program projects to support reaching the goal of obligating all design funds by the end of the fiscal year.
3.4.2 For all CoF projects, the FPM shall include in the A-E SOW a statement that the A-E firm is responsible for designing the project within the estimated cost of construction.
3.5.1 The FPM shall ensure a Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) is performed on any assigned CoF project having significant technical or financial risks associated with it; e.g., employing leading-edge technology or is highly technical or complex.
3.5.2 If a PER is performed for a project, the PDRI score shall be determined by the FPM and the project team soon after its conclusion (see section 2.2.5, Front End Planning).
3.5.3 The FPM shall ensure every PER includes a Requirement Statement and Justification; a Descriptive Analysis; Engineering, Budget, and Other Estimates; a Design and Construction Schedule; and Appendices.
3.5.3.d If a predetermined need date has been established for the facility, the FPM shall ensure it is shown in the schedule.
3.6.1 The FPM, in addition to ensuring the design is coordinated with the project stakeholders during design meetings, shall distribute 30 percent and 90 percent design documents to the project stakeholders for review. The 30-percent design is a critical design milestone. In addition to the documentation required in section 2.2.6, Facility Project Requirements, the designer shall include the following documentation:

a. For new construction or an addition to an existing building, site plans in accordance with the Center Master Plan. Site plans include site utility locations, grading, pavement, and hardscape and landscape features.

b. Floor plans, building elevations, structural systems, mechanical systems, electrical systems, a construction phasing plan, a preliminary commissioning plan (see http://www.wbdg.org/project/buildingcomm.php), and a draft activation plan.

c. Design analysis supporting the basis for the design with calculations. The analysis contains important assumptions, standards, codes, and other constraints used to determine final selections. The package includes section numbers and titles for all specifications planned.

d. Outline specifications, including outline specification section numbers and titles for all specifications planned.

e. A preliminary Facility Project Cost Estimate in accordance with section 3.5.3, Section III: Engineering, Budget, and Other Estimates. The FPM and the project team shall evaluate and score the project using the PDRI soon after receiving the 30-percent design documents. For CoF projects receiving a PDRI score of 300 or more out of 1,000 possible points, the FPM shall prepare a written memorandum outlining the items of low definition and the reasoning behind the decision to proceed.
3.6.2 At the conclusion of the design-build contract, a complete set of as-built drawings or BIM shall be required by the FPM.
3.7.1 FPM shall ensure Building Information Modeling (BIM) is required for discrete level projects (greater than or equal to $10 million), new construction, and major renovation projects.
3.8.1 The project stakeholders (see section 2.2.4) shall review both the 30 percent and 90 percent design stages for constructability, environmental compliance, sustainability, safety, security, health, and code compliance.
3.9.1 For mission-critical technical facilities (for definition, see NPR 7120.5, NASA Space Flight Program and Project Management Requirements) specifically developed or significantly modified for space flight systems and associated ground systems, the FPM (as directed by NPR 7120.7 and NPR 7120.8) shall comply with NPR 7120.5 and with this document.
3.10.1 For new construction and major renovation projects, the FPM shall develop a facility activation plan during the design phase.
3.10.2 Prior to completion of the final design work, the office exercising project approval authority shall review and approve the activation plan.
3.11.1 The FPM shall complete the activation budget started in the planning process (see section 2.2.8, Activation Budget Formulation) and submit it during the normal budget process.
4.2.1 The CO shall provide direction for the required content of the acquisition package; however, at a minimum for design-bid-build contracts, the package includes a Government cost estimate, the design documents, and either funds or a planning purchase request with the funds source identified (see section, Requesting Construction Funds).
4.2.2 The CO with cooperation and coordination from the COR and project team members shall ensure facility project acquisitions comply with the FAR and the NASA FAR Supplement.
4.3.1 The following documents shall be submitted by the Center CoF Program Manager, reviewed, and approved using the SAAM system:

a. A locally approved and signed NASA Form 1509 and 1510 for each project.

b. For discrete projects, the approved Facility Project Management Plan (see section, Facility Project Management Plan) is submitted by the FPM or COR for FED.
4.4.2 The COR shall prepare and submit the NASA Form 1579, Flash Bid Report or equivalent documentation for minor and discrete projects to FED immediately following the bid evaluation and the CO's acceptance of the bids as responsive.
4.6.1 During construction, the FPM/COR shall periodically verify the construction contractor is updating the BIM to reflect as-built conditions.
4.6.2 At contract closeout, the final as-built BIM shall be turned over to the FPM who will provide this to the Operations and Maintenance organization at the Center.
4.7.1 During the administration of the construction contract, the COR shall perform partnering for all facilities projects, as defined in NFS Subpart 1836.70, Partnering, 48 C.F.R. Chapter 18.
4.7.2 The COR shall apply change controls during the preconstruction conference (or immediately after the notice to proceed is issued) to ensure all involved with the contract understand who is responsible for directing changes and how they are administered.
4.7.3 Either the CO or the COR shall brief all project stakeholders on contract administration and change control procedures.
4.7.4 The COR shall ensure the following are accomplished during the project:

a. Manage the Architectural Engineer's construction services contract.

b. Ensure the facility is constructed in accordance with the contract documents.

c. Prepare and process status reports and inspection logs.

d. Review contractor safety and health plans with representatives from the Center safety and occupational health organizations.

e. Review and approve contractor submittals, including as-builts.

f. Process contractor requests for progress payments and requests for information.

g. Review and approve change requests.

h. Maintain the project CCE, highlighting approved and potential changes in the project cost and schedule.

i. Ensure the preparation and delivery of O&M instructions, Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), PT&I, CMMS information, and as-built drawings.

j. Use the Reliability Centered Building and Equipment Acceptance Guide (RCBEA) during the final inspection and acceptance of installed systems.

k. Prepare or oversee the preparation of real property vouchers and transfer documents.

l. Complete final project closeout.

m. Where required, ensure the facility is achieving the defined LEED certification construction credits.
4.8.1 Within 30 days after project completion*, the FPM and the COR assist the Center Real Property Accountable Officer (RPAO) in capitalizing and classifying the real property. The FPM, with guidance from the RPAO, shall fill out NASA Form 1046, Transfer and/or Notification of Acceptance of Accountability of Real Property.
4.9.1 For new construction and major renovation projects, the FPM shall facilitate project closeout by ensuring the completion of the following activities:

a. Facility systems training.

b. O&M instructions, PT&I and CMMS information, and manuals.

c. Final inspections.

d. Punch list (closeout).

e. Warranty transfer(s).

f. Contractor performance records.

g. Data systems design and installation.

h. Systems furniture design, purchase, and installation.

i. Transfer to customer and O&M organization.
5.3.1 The CO shall provide the contractor with a list of outstanding work for those areas the Government intends to use.
5.4.1 The COR shall ensure inspections and tests are performed for equipment and installed systems to validate compliance with O&M requirements identified in the Facility Project Management Plan (see section and the Reliability Centered Building and Equipment Acceptance Guide.
5.5.1 During the activation phase, the FPM shall ensure that the O&M staff is trained on and provided with O&M manuals and the final BIM, if required, for installed systems and equipment.
5.6.1 The FPM or COR shall ensure Total Building Commissioning, as defined in the most current version of the United States Green Building Council's (USGBC) LEED Green Building Design and Construction Reference Guide, as enhanced commissioning is performed on all new construction and major renovation projects, and on installed items and associated systems on all other facility projects.
6.1.1 The FPM shall develop a management plan that is compliant with NPR 8580.1 and NPR 8800.15 for disposal/demolition projects and any other projects requiring disposal and/or deconstruction.
6.1.2 The FPM shall submit a letter to the Director, Integrated Asset Management Division, signed by the Center Director or designee, requesting authority to proceed with the disposal/demolition. This authority is separate from the request to include the facility in the demolition program as part of the PPBE process. FED reviews and approves the request with an NHQ DIV799DF Demolition of Facilities Project Approval Form generated at HQ.
6.1.3 The FPM shall evaluate disposal alternatives such as transfer to another agency or adaptive reuse (McKinney Act screening) (for more information, see NPR 8800.15, Real Estate Management Program, Chapter 8).
6.1.4.a The FPM shall request funding for demolition of the facility as part of the PPBE process 24 to 26 months prior to the start of demolition.
6.1.4.b The FPM shall identify the earliest demolition date and any schedule constraints and reference the Annual PPBE Guidance for requirements.
6.1.5 For projects where existing buildings will be modified or disposed of, the FPM shall contact the Historic Preservation Officer (HPO) for their determination of historic eligibility. If eligible, the FPM, in cooperation and coordination with the HPO, shall develop an adaptive reuse feasibility report.
6.1.6 Prior to demolition, an Environmental Baseline Survey shall be required and will be managed by the Center Environmental Officer or designee.
6.1.7 The initial record of environmental planning and an environmental checklist shall be completed by the FPM and coordinated through the Center Environmental Management Office 24 months before the start of demolition under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
6.1.8 12 to 24 months before the start of demolition equipment, property and artifacts for reuse by the Government or disposal by other means shall be identified by the FPM, in cooperation with the HPO, property disposal officers, programs, and other customers who are assigned personal property within the facility.
6.1.9 During design and 6 to 12 months before the start of demolition, the FPM shall identify the types and amount of materials that could either have salvage value as recycled material or be reused.
6.1.10 6 to 12 months before the start of demolition, the FPM shall work with the property disposal officer to ensure that any personal property is properly disposed of separate from facility demolition.
6.1.11 The FPM shall ensure that impacts to utilities, roads, other facilities, and security are investigated and evaluated 12 to 24 months prior to the start of demolition.
6.1.12 The FPM, as part of decommissioning, shall determine the protection and maintenance requirements for safety, property, security, and environmental impacts between facility deactivation and demolition.
6.1.13 The FPM shall ensure a safety baseline survey is performed as part of decommissioning. The survey identifies potential safety hazards and concerns such as:

a. Facility safety.

b. Fire protection.

c. Confined space entry.

d. Nuclear safety.

e. Radiation protection.

f. Explosives.

g. Pressurized systems.
6.1.14 The FPM shall ensure a pollution prevention and abatement plan is completed as part of decommissioning to determine required remediation.
6.1.15 6 to 12 months prior to the start of demolition and during design, the FPM shall determine if a plan is needed to communicate information about the demolition and impacts to the Center and surrounding community.
6.2.1 The FPM shall utilize the Demolition Planning Checklist in creating the demolition plan. Refer to Appendix E.

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