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UFC 3-210-01

Revision A, January 16, 2004

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AREA PLANNING, SITE PLANNING, AND DESIGN



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Superseded By: UFC 3-201-01

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Product Details:

  • Revision: Revision A, January 16, 2004
  • Published Date: January 16, 2004
  • Status: Superseded By:
  • Superseded By: UFC 3-201-01
  • Document Language: English
  • Published By: US Department of Defense (DOD)
  • Page Count: 79
  • ANSI Approved: No
  • DoD Adopted: No

Description / Abstract:

PURPOSE AND SCOPE. These Technical Instructions (TI) describe the Area Development Planning (ADP) and Site Planning processes to be used in preparing plans for construction drawings. The instructions are intended to be used by those individuals given the responsibility for site planning which includes site selection, site development, and site design. The planning procedures that occur in developing a project are described in these instructions. The procedures described are sound and provide a logical process to the end result.

a. Area Development Plan. The ADP is described as providing facility planning at the small area or sub-area level which falls between master planning for an entire installation (RPMP) and site planning for individual buildings (see figure 1-1). The ADP process includes the phases--Identification, Evaluation and Implementation. Identification includes defining the goals and objectives, verifying the program requirements, developing functional relationships, defining spatial relationships, providing an inventory of the area and accomplishing a site visit. Evaluation includes the development of a site analysis that graphically shows the developmental opportunities and constraints for the area. Alternative conceptual plans are developed for evaluation and a determination of a final area development plan is accomplished. Implementation includes the procedures of the Army military construction program for development and execution.

b. Site Plan. Site planning is described as further defining the functional layout for specific buildings or functions and their site. It also includes the phases--Identification, Evaluation, and Implementation. Identification includes defining site specific goals and objectives, verifying the program requirements, developing functional relationships, defining spatial relationships, providing an inventory of the area and accomplishing a site visit. Evaluation includes the development of a site analysis that graphically shows the developmental opportunities and constraints for the site. Alternative conceptual plans are developed for evaluation and a determination of a final site plan is accomplished. The resulting site plan provides the basis for the preparation of construction drawings. Implementation includes the procedures of the Army military construction program for development and execution. The design criteria discusses building design, location and orientation, vehicular circulation and parking, pedestrian circulation, surface water management, utility systems design, lighting design, landscape design, and physical security.

APPLICABILITY. These instructions are applicable to all USACE elements involved in preparing plans for areas, sites, and facilities for Army and civilian installations.