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DOD - UFC 4-150-06

MILITARY HARBORS AND COASTAL FACILITIES

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Organization: DOD
Publication Date: 12 December 2001
Status: active
Page Count: 184
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The objective of this document is to cite and supplement existing government and commercial standards for design and construction of harbor and coastal facilities. It serves as planning, engineering and design guidance for professional facility planners, designers, constructors, and maintainers, including Navy personnel and Government contractors. Designers and planners will use this handbook for individual project planning, for preparing engineering documentation, and for preparing contract documents for construction and repair. This document extensively references the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Coastal Engineering Manual (CEM). The CEM is in

the final stages of development and can be accessed at

http://chl.erdc.usace.army.mil/chl.aspx?p=s&a=ARTICLES;101 .

For sections not currently available contact the NAVFAC LANT Engineering Criteria and Programs Office.

PURPOSE.

The purpose of UFC 4-150-06 is to provide adequate harbor and dredging project criteria, design and maintenance guidance, and relevant lessons learned with respect to shore infrastructure. This document also provides the complete criteria and guidance package needed by appropriate end users. To the extent practical, it addresses the range of harbor and dredging criteria needed at stateside and overseas military installations. Note: This document does not include overseas data.

Document History

UFC 4-150-06
December 12, 2001
MILITARY HARBORS AND COASTAL FACILITIES
The objective of this document is to cite and supplement existing government and commercial standards for design and construction of harbor and coastal facilities. It serves as planning, engineering...

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