Standard: UFC 4-740-11AN

RECREATION CENTERS

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Scope:

PURPOSE 

DESIGN. This guide provides criteria to govern the design of Army Recreation Centers, and to aid in the evaluation of such designs. This guide is directed towards improving early design decisions and towards the development of realistic, cost-effective spaces in conjunction with the Army regulations and DOD criteria referenced herein. 

PLANNING. This guide is also intended to provide generaI guidance for using service personnel and Corps of Engineers field offices in planning facilities for inclusion in military construction programs.

IMPROVEMENT. It is expected that using service personnel will find additional use for this guide in developing improvements or in better utilizing existing facilities.

APPLICATION. This document is applicable to all new construction projects for Army Recreation Centers. It is also applicable as general guidance to projects involving the modernization of existing facilities.

While this is the basic criteria document for Army Recreation Centers, it is not intended to provide all of the information required for successful preparation of project designs. Additional information must be obtained from the unique requirements at the installation level which are associated with the general description of activities contained herein and the locational constraints and opportunities of the site.

CASE STUDIES. Space allowances for Army Recreation Centers are defined in DOD 4270.1 -M, Construction Criteria Manual. For the purpose of this document, case studies are developed herein for three sizes of Recreation Centers (12,700 SF, 19,800 SF, and 27,800 SF).

Organization: Unified Facilities Criteria
Document Number: ufc 4-740-11an
Publish Date: 2005-03-01
Page Count: 137
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: NO
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: YES
Status: Active

This Standard References

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ER 1110-345-700
DOD 4270.1-M
ER 1110-345-710
ER 1110-345-720

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