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Design Theme


1) The content of the design theme is adapted by the beneficiary, depending on
the specificity / category and class of importance, and the complexity of the
proposed investment.
1. General information
1.1. Name of the investment objective
1.2. Principal Authorizing Officer / Investor
1.3. Authorizing officer (secondary, tertiary)
1.4. The beneficiary of the investment
1.5. Developer of the design theme
2. Identification of the investment objective
2.1. Information on the legal, economic and technical regime of the land and / or land
existing building, cadastral documentation
2.2. Particularities of the proposed / proposed site (s)
achieving the investment objective, as appropriate:
a) brief description of the proposed / proposed site (location,
land area, dimensions in plan);
b) relations with neighboring areas, existing accesses and / or possible access ways;
c) sources of pollution existing in the area;
d) relief features;
e) level of equipment of the area and utilities;
f) the existence of possible urban networks at the site that would be required
relocation / protection, to the extent that they can be identified;
g) Possible servitude duties;
h) constructive conditioning determined by the technical state and the constructive system of
of existing buildings in the site on which will be works
interventions, as appropriate;
i) town planning regulations applicable to the area according to the urban planning documentation
Approved – General Urban Plan / Zonal Urban Plan and Local Government Ordinance
related urbanism;
j) the existence of historical / architectural monuments or archaeological sites on
site or in the immediate vicinity; the existence of specific conditions in the case
the existence of protected or protected areas.
2.3. Short description of the technically proposed investment objective and
functional:
a) destination and functions;
(b) the specific characteristics, parameters and technical data envisaged;
c) level of equipment, finishing and endowment, technical requirements of construction in
compliance with functional requirements established by technical regulations, patrimony
and the environment in force;
d) estimated number of users;
e) Minimum running time, appropriately rated for the destination / function
proposed;
f) specific functional needs / requests;
g) the correlation of the technical solutions with the urban, environmental and a
heritage;
h) establishing clear criteria for solving the beneficiary’s need.


Feasibility study (SF)


A. WRITING PARTS
1. General information on the investment objective
1.1. Name of the investment objective
1.2. Principal Authorizing Officer / Investor
1.3. Authorizing officer (secondary / tertiary)
1.4. The beneficiary of the investment
1.5. Elaborator of the feasibility study
2. The existing situation and the need to achieve the investment objective / project
2.1. The conclusions of the pre-feasibility study (if it has been previously developed)
on the current situation, the necessity and the opportunity to promote the investment objective
and the technical / economic scenarios / options identified and proposed for analysis
2.2. Context presentation: policies, strategies, legislation, relevant agreements, structures
institutional and financial
2.3. Analysis of the existing situation and identification of deficiencies
2.4. Demand for goods and services, including medium to long-term forecasts
on the evolution of demand, in order to justify the need for the investment objective
2.5. Objectives to be achieved by achieving public investment
3. Identifying, proposing and presenting at least two technical / economic scenarios / options
to achieve the investment objective2)
2) If a pre-feasibility study has been prepared prior to this study,
minimum two scenarios / technical / economic options will be presented
as feasible at the pre-feasibility study phase.
For each scenario / techno-economic option:
3.1. Features of the site:
a) description of the site (location – intravilan / extravilan, land area,
dimensions in plan, legal regime – the nature of the property or property title, servitude,
preemptive right, public utility area, information / obligations / constraints
extracted from urban planning documentation, as appropriate);
b) relations with neighboring areas, existing accesses and / or possible access ways;
c) proposed guidelines for cardinal points and points of natural interest
or built;
d) sources of pollution existing in the area;
e) climatic data and relief features;
f) the existence of:
– urban networks in the site that would require relocation / protection to the extent that
can be identified;
possible interferences with historical / architectural monuments or archaeological sites on
site or in the immediate vicinity; the existence of specific conditions in the case
the existence of protected or protected areas;
– land belonging to institutions that are part of the defense system, orders
public and national security;
g) geophysical characteristics of the site – extracted from the geotechnical study
elaborated according to the norms in force, comprising:
(i) data on seismic zoning;
(ii) preliminary data on the nature of the ground, including pressure
conventional and maximum groundwater level;
(iii) general geological data;
(iv) geotechnical data obtained from: borehole plans, complex datasheets with
laboratory test results, groundwater analysis, geotechnical report with
foundation and consolidation recommendations, geotechnical zoning maps, archives
accessible, as appropriate;
(v) classification in risk areas (earthquake, landslides, floods) in accordance with
technical regulations in force;
(vi) hydrological characteristics established on the basis of existing studies, a
documentation, indicating sources of information bibliographically stated.
3.2. Description from a technical, constructive, functional and architectural point of view
technological:
– technical characteristics and parameters specific to the investment objective;
– the constructive variant of realization of the investment, justifying its choice;
– equipment and equipment specific to the proposed function.
3.3. Estimated costs of the investment:
– estimated costs for achieving the investment objective, taking into account a
the cost of similar investments, or similar cost standards for similar investments
correlated with the technical characteristics and parameters specific to the investment objective;
– Estimated operating costs over the normal life / depreciation period of the investment
public.
3.4. Specialty studies, depending on the category and class of importance of the constructions,
as the case:
– Topographic study;
– geotechnical study and / or analysis studies and land stability;
– Hydrological, hydrogeological study;
– study on the possibility of using alternative high efficiency systems
to increase energy performance;
– traffic and traffic study study;
– preliminary archaeological diagnostic report for expropriation, for objectives
of investments whose sites are to be expropriated for utility purposes
public;
– Landscape study for investment objectives relating to spatial planning
green and landscapes;
– study on the value of the cultural resource;
– specialized studies required according to the specificity of the investment.
3.5. Indicative charts for realizing the investment
4. Analysis of each proposed technical / economic scenario (s)
4.1. Presentation of the analysis framework, including specification of the reference period and
presenting the baseline scenario
4.2. Analysis of vulnerabilities caused by risk factors, anthropogenic and natural, including
climate change that may affect the investment
4.3. Situation of utilities and consumption analysis:
– utilities and relocation / protection needs, as appropriate;
– solutions to provide the necessary utilities.
4.4. Sustainability of the investment objective:
a) social and cultural impact, equal opportunities;
b) estimates of the labor force employed by the investment: in the phase of
achievement, in the operating phase;
c) impact on environmental factors, including impacts on biodiversity, and
protected sites, as appropriate;
d) the impact of the investment objective in relation to the natural and anthropogenic context in which
it integrates, as the case may be.
4.5. Analysis of the demand for goods and services, justifying the sizing of the target
investment
4.6. Financial analysis, including calculation of financial performance indicators: flow
cumulative, net present value, internal rate of return; sustainability
financial
4.7. Economic analysis3), including the calculation of economic performance indicators:
the net present value, the internal rate of return and the cost-benefit ratio or,
where appropriate, cost-effectiveness analysis
4.8. Sensitivity analysis3)
3) By way of exception to the provisions of points 4.7 and 4.8, in the case of investment objectives
the estimated total value does not exceed the threshold for which the technical and economic documentation
is approved by Government Decision, according to the provisions of Law no. 500/2002
regarding the public finances, with the subsequent amendments and completions, the analysis is elaborated
cost-effectiveness.
4.9. Risk analysis, risk prevention / mitigation measures
5. Scenario / Optimal technical / economic option, recommended
5.1. Comparison of the proposed scenarios / options, technically, economically,
financial, sustainability and risk
5.2. Selecting and justifying the optimal scenario (s) recommended
5.3. Description of the optimal scenario / option (s) recommended for:
a) obtaining and arranging the land;
b) providing the necessary utilities for the purpose;
c) the technical solution, describing, from a technological, constructive,
technical, functional-architectural and economic, of the main works for the investment of
basis, correlated with the qualitative, technical and performance levels resulting from the indicators
technical and economic proposals;
d) Technological samples and tests.
5.4. The main technical and economic indicators related to the investment objective:
a) maximum indicators, ie the total value of the investment object, expressed in EUR
lei, with VAT and VAT, respectively, of which construction-assembly (C + M), according to
general estimate;
b) minimum indicators, respectively performance indicators – physical elements / capacities
physical indicators indicating the achievement of the target of the investment objective – and, if necessary, qualitative, in
compliance with the applicable standards, norms and regulations;
c) financial, socio – economic, impact, result / operating indicators, established in
depending on the specificity and target of each investment objective;
d) the estimated duration of the investment objective, expressed in months.
5.5. Presentation of how compliance with specific regulations is ensured
the function envisaged in terms of ensuring all the requirements
fundamentals applicable to the construction, according to the degree of detail of the proposals
technical
5.6. Nominating sources of public investment financing as a result of the analysis
financial and economic: own funds, bank loans, allocations from the budget
state / local budget, external loans guaranteed or contracted by the state, external funds
non-refundable, other legally constituted sources.
6. Urbanism, agreements and approvals
6.1. Urbanism certificate issued in order to obtain the building permit
6.2. Land Book Extract, except for special cases, expressly provided by law
6.3. Administrative act of the competent authority for environmental protection;
mitigation, compensation measures, and how to integrate the provisions
environmental agreement in the technical and economic documentation
6.4. Approved Utility Assurance Approvals
6.5. Topographic survey, targeted by the Office of Cadastre and Real Estate Advertising
6.6. Approvals, agreements and specific studies, as appropriate, depending on the specificity of the
investments and which can condition technical solutions
7. Implementing the investment
7.1. Information about the entity in charge of implementing the investment
7.2. Implementation strategy, including: the duration of the
investments (in calendar months), execution time, implementation schedule
the investment, the staggering of the investment over the years, the necessary resources
7.3. The exploitation / operation and maintenance strategy: the necessary steps, methods and resources
7.4. Recommendations on ensuring managerial and institutional capacity
8. Conclusions and recommendations
B. DESIGNED PIECES
Depending on the category and class of importance of the investment objective, the pieces
drawings will be presented at relevant scales in relation to its characteristics,
including:
1. location plan in the area;
2. Situation plan;
3. general plans, facades and characteristic sections of listed architecture;
principle of resistance and installations, volumetry, functional schemes, isometric or
specific plans, as appropriate;
4. general plans, characteristic longitudinal and transverse profiles, quoted, plans
as appropriate.


Investment Document Approval Documentation (DALI)


A. WRITING PARTS
1. General information on the investment objective
1.1. Name of the investment objective
1.2. Principal Authorizing Officer / Investor
1.3. Authorizing officer (secondary / tertiary)
1.4. The beneficiary of the investment
1.5. Developer of the documentation for the approval of the intervention works
2. The existing situation and the need to carry out the intervention work
2.1. Context presentation: policies, strategies, legislation, relevant agreements, structures
institutional and financial
2.2. Analysis of the existing situation and identification of needs and deficiencies
2.3. Objectives to be achieved by achieving public investment
3. Description of the existing building
3.1. Features of the site:
a) description of the site (location – intravilan / extravilan, land area,
dimensions in plan);
b) relations with neighboring areas, existing accesses and / or possible access ways;
c) seismic and climatic data;
d) field studies:
(i) Geotechnical study for the solution for reinforcing the infrastructure
technical regulations in force;
(ii) necessary specialist studies, such as topographical, geological, and stability studies
land, hydrological, hydrogeotechnical, as the case may be;
e) the situation of the existing technical-municipal utilities;
f) analysis of vulnerabilities caused by risk factors, anthropogenic and natural, including
climate change that may affect the investment;
g) information on possible interferences with historical / architectural monuments or
archaeological sites on or near the immediate vicinity; existence
specific conditions in the case of protected areas.
3.2. Legal status:
a) the nature of the property or the title on the existing construction, including servitude, the right of
pre-emption;
b) the destination of the existing building;
c) the inclusion of the existing building on the lists of historical monuments, archaeological sites,
natural protected areas, as well as their protection areas and built areas
protected, as appropriate;
d) information / obligations / constraints extracted from urban planning documentation, as appropriate.
3.3. Specific features and parameters:
a) category and class of importance;
b) code in the Historical Monuments List, as the case may be;
c) year / years / building periods for each building body;
d) the built area;
e) built-up area;
f) the inventory value of the construction;
g) other parameters depending on the specificity and nature of the existing construction.
3.4. Analysis of the state of construction, based on the conclusions of the technical expertise and / or the audit
as well as of the architectural-historical study of the buildings
benefit from the historical monument protection and property status in the areas
the protection of historical monuments or protected areas. They will
highlights degradations, as well as their root causes, for example: degradation
earthquakes, climate, technological, differential, resulting
the lack of maintenance of the construction, the misconceptions of the initial construction or other causes
identified by technical expertise.
3.5. Technical condition, including structural system and diagnostic analysis, from
view of ensuring the applicable fundamental requirements, according to the law.
3.6. Proof of force majeure, as the case may be.
4. The conclusions of the technical expertise and, where appropriate, of the energy audit, the conclusions of the studies
2):
2) Diagnostic studies may be: studies identifying constructive constructions
uses noxious substances, specific studies for historical monuments, for
public monuments, archaeological sites, spatial compliance compatibility analysis
of the existing building with the rules specific to the function and the extent to which it responds
quality requirements, landscaping studies or studies, established through the design theme.
a) seismic risk class;
b) presentation of at least two intervention solutions;
c) the technical solutions and measures proposed by the technical expert and, as the case may be, the auditor
to be developed in the documentation for the approval of the works
interventions;
d) recommending the necessary interventions to ensure conformance
requirements and according to quality requirements.
5. Identification of technical / economic scenarios / options (minimum two) and analysis
detailed information
5.1. The technical solution from a technological, constructive, technical, functional and architectural point of view
and economic, comprising:
a) description of the main intervention works for:
– reinforcement of the elements, sub-assemblies or structural assembly;
– protecting, repairing non-structural elements and / or restoring elements
architectural and artistic components, as appropriate;
– interventions to protect / preserve existing natural and anthropogenic elements
valuable, as the case may be;
– partial demolition of structural / non-structural elements, with / without modification
configuration and / or existing construction function;
– introduction of additional structural / non-structural elements;
– introduction of antiseismic devices to reduce the seismic response of
existing construction;
b) description, as appropriate, of other categories of works included in the technical solution
proposed intervention, ie waterproofing, thermal insulation, repair / replacement
plant / equipment related to construction, dismantling / mounting,
dismantling / joining, interior / exterior finishing, as the case may be, land improvement
foundation, as well as works strictly necessary to ensure the functionality of the construction
rehabilitated;
c) analysis of vulnerabilities caused by risk factors, anthropogenic and natural, including
climate change that may affect the investment;
d) information on possible interferences with historical / architectural monuments or
archaeological sites on or near the immediate vicinity; existence
specific conditions in the case of protected areas;
e) the technical characteristics and the specific investment parameters resulting from the realization
of intervention work.
5.2. Needs of resulting utilities, including estimates of overtaking consumption
initial utilities and how to provide additional consumption
5.3. The duration and main steps correlated with the data provided in the chart
indicative investment realization, detailed on key stages
5.4. Estimated costs of the investment:
– the estimated costs of realizing the investment, taking into account the costs
similar investments;
– estimated operating costs over the lifetime / depreciation of the investment.
5.5. Sustainability of the investment:
a) social and cultural impact;
b) estimates of the labor force employed by the investment: in the phase of
achievement, in the operating phase;
c) impact on environmental factors, including impacts on biodiversity, and
protected sites as appropriate.
5.6. Financial and economic analysis related to the execution of the intervention works:
a) presentation of the analysis framework, including specification of the reference period; and
presenting the reference scenario;
b) analyzing the demand for goods and services that justifies necessity and sizing
investment, including medium to long-term forecasts;
c) financial analysis; financial sustainability;
d) economic analysis; cost-effectiveness analysis;
e) risk analysis, risk prevention / mitigation measures.
6. Optimal scenario / optimal technical / economic option,
6.1. Comparison of the proposed scenarios / options, from a technical, economic,
financial, sustainability and risk
6.2. Selection and justification of optimal scenario (s), recommended
6.3. The main technical and economic indicators related to the investment:
a) maximum indicators, ie the total value of the investment objective, expressed in EUR
lei, with VAT and VAT, respectively, of which construction-assembly (C + M), according to
general estimate;
b) minimum indicators, respectively performance indicators – physical elements / capacities
physical indicators indicating the achievement of the target of the investment objective – and, if necessary, qualitative, in
compliance with the applicable standards, norms and regulations;
c) financial, socio – economic, impact, result / operating indicators, established in
depending on the specificity and target of each investment objective;
d) the estimated duration of the investment objective, expressed in months.
6.4. Presentation of how compliance with specific regulations is ensured
the function envisaged in terms of ensuring all the requirements
fundamentals applicable to the construction, according to the degree of detail of the proposals
technical
6.5. Nominating sources of public investment financing as a result of the analysis
financial and economic: own funds, bank loans, allocations from the budget
state / local budget, external loans guaranteed or contracted by the state, external funds
non-refundable, other legally constituted sources
7. Urbanism, agreements and approvals
7.1. Urbanism certificate issued in order to obtain the building permit
7.2. Topographic survey, targeted by the Office of Cadastre and Real Estate Advertising
7.3. Land Book Extract, except for special cases, expressly provided by law
7.4. Opinions on utilities insurance, in the case of additional capacity
7.5. Administrative act of the competent authority for environmental protection;
mitigation, compensation measures, and how to integrate the provisions
the environmental agreement, in principle, in the technical and economic documentation
7.6. Approvals, agreements and specific studies, as appropriate, that may condition technical solutions,
such as:
a) study on the possibility of using alternative high efficiency systems
to increase energy performance;
b) traffic study and traffic study, as appropriate;
c) archaeological diagnostic report, in case of interventions in archaeological sites;
d) historical study, in the case of historical monuments;
e) specialized studies required according to the specifics of the investment.
B. DESIGNED PIECES
Depending on the category and class of importance of the investment objective, the pieces
drawings will be presented at relevant scales in relation to its characteristics,
including:
1. Existing construction:
a) location plan in the area;
b) the situation plan;
c) architectural survey and, where appropriate, structure and installations – plans, sections, facades,
rated;
d) specific plans for analysis and synthesis, for interventions on historical monuments and
in the relevant protection areas.
2. Optimal scenario / optimal technical / economic option:
a) location plan in the area;
b) the situation plan;
c) general plans, facades and characteristic sections of architecture, quoted,
principle of resistance and installations, volumetry, functional schemes, isometric or
specific plans, as appropriate;
d) General plans, characteristic longitudinal and transverse profiles, quoted, plans
as appropriate.


Technical Project and execution details (PT+DDE)


A. WRITING PARTS
I. General technical memorandum
1. General information on the investment objective
1.1. Name of the investment objective
1.2. location
1.3. The administrative act by which the study of the
feasibility / advisory documentation for intervention works
1.4. Principal Authorizing Officer
1.5. investor
1.6. The beneficiary of the investment
1.7. Elaborator of the technical execution project
2. Presentation of the scenario / option (s) approved in the study
feasibility / endorsement documentation of the intervention works
2.1. Site features, including:
a) description of the site;
(b) topography;
c) climate and natural phenomena specific to the area;
d) geology, seismicity;
e) deviations and protection of affected utilities;
f) sources of water, electricity, gas, telephone and the like for works
final and provisional;
g) permanent access ways, communication ways and the like;
h) temporary access ways;
(i) real estate cultural property.
2.2. The technical solution comprising:
a) technical features and parameters specific to the investment objective;
b) constructive variant of realization of the investment;
c) drawing of works;
d) the protection of the work done and the materials in the site;
e) organization of the site.
II. Technical memories on specialties
a) Architectural memorandum – contains the description of the architectural works, specifying
equipment and endowment-specific features
b) Memories corresponding to construction domains / subdomains
c) Corresponding memories of plant specialties, specifying the equipment and endowment
specific to the function
III. Computational calculus
Computational calculations are documentary evidence for sizing
of construction and installation elements and shall be developed for each element of
construction in part. These will specify loadings and calculation assumptions,
calculation combinations, calculation methodology, checks and sizing, as well as
computing programs used.
IV. Task booklets
Task-bills are integral parts of the technical execution project, which
regulates the performance level of the works, as well as the requirements, the technical conditions
and technological, quality conditions for the products to be incorporated into
work, tests, including technological ones, tests, tolerance levels and others
the same nature, which guarantees the fulfillment of the quality and performance requirements
required.
The specifications are elaborated by the designers, who, according to the law,
design services in construction and construction installations, on
specialties, by developing the technical elements contained in the plans, and it should not be
restrictive.
The notebooks, together with the boards, must be designed in such a way that, on the basis of
to be able to determine the quantities of works, the costs of works and machinery, the force of
work and equipment necessary for the execution of the works.
The drafting of the specifications must be concise and systematized.
1. The role and purpose of the specifications:
a) is the description of the technical and qualitative elements mentioned in the plans and
presents information, specifications and prescriptions complementary to the plans;
b) details the notes and includes the characteristics and qualities of the materials used, the tests and
their samples describe the works that are being executed, the quality, the way of realization, the tests,
the checks and tests of these works, the order of execution and assembly and the final appearance;
c) provide for the way to track the investment’s time behavior;
d) provide for dismantling / demolition measures (including reintegration into the environment)
of waste) after the end of its life (post-use).
2. Types of notebooks
2.1. Depending on the category of importance of the investment objective, the specifications
can be:
a) General specifications, which refer to current works in the field of construction
and which is developed for all investment objectives;
b) special workbooks, which refer to specific works and are being developed
independently for each work.
2.2. Depending on the destination, the specifications can be:
a) specifications for the execution of the works;
b) specifications for suppliers of materials, semi-finished products, machinery, equipment
technological and various clothing;
c) Requirements for receptions, tests, tests, checks and commissioning;
d) specifications for tracking construction behavior over time and content
technical book.
3. Contents of the specifications
Tasks must include:
a) nominating the plans, the parts of the technical execution project, which
governs the work;
b) description of the investment objective; appearance, shape, characteristics, dimensions,
tolerances and the like;
c) description of the execution of the works, the specific technical execution procedures and the stages
execution execution;
d) measurements, samples, tests, checks and the like, necessary to be performed on
the implementation of the investment objective;
e) Physical, chemical, appearance, quality, tolerances, samples, tests and more
also for the products / materials used to achieve the investment objective;
f) standards, normative and other prescriptions to be observed in the execution,
products / materials, garments, prefabricated elements, equipment, assembly,
samples, tests, checks;
g) reception conditions.
V. Lists of quantities of works
This chapter will contain all the elements necessary for the quantification of the works and the value
contain:
(a) expenditure centralizator, by objective (Form F1);
b) the centralization of expenditure by categories of works, by object (Form F2);
c) lists of the quantities of works, by categories of works (Form F3);
d) lists of the quantities of technological equipment and equipment, including endowments (form
F4);
e) technical datasheets of technological equipment and equipment, including equipment (Form
F5);
f) lists of quantities of temporary construction works OS (site organization) (Se
can use the F3 form.).
NOTE:
Forms F1-F5, supplemented with unit prices and values, become forms for
the quotation of the offer and will be used for the execution of the works executed, in
settlement view.
VI. General Investment Plan (Form F6)
The general graph for realization of the public investment is the physical layout of the works
investment / interventions.
NOTE:
Forms F1-F6 form an integral part of appendix no. 10 to this judgment.
B. DESIGNED PARTS
They are the main documents of the technical execution project on the basis of which
draws up its written parts, including all the information necessary for its elaboration
specifications and which usually consist of:
1. General drawings
They are general floor plans and include:
a) the area map;
b) planes for the positioning of leveling and planimetric markers;
c) the main topographical plans;
d) drilling holes and geotechnical profiles, with the inscriptions and conditions
recommendations on foundation work;
e) the main objects of placement of objects, with the registration of the level quotas, a
location distances, directions, coordinates, axes, leveling points and
planimetric, of ± 0.00, of the pavements, the allowances and the main distances of
location of roads, sidewalks, pedestrian walkways, platforms and the like;
f) the main plans for the vertical systematization of the land, with the registration
earthworks volumes, excavations – fillings, landfills, volume
the land transported (surplus and deficit), works on the vegetal layer, a
details of machinery and work equipment as well as other information and
technical and technological elements;
(g) the main underground buildings, including their location,
sections, longitudinal / transverse profiles, dimensions, level elevations, formwork and reinforcement,
areas and specific requirements of steel, concrete class, waterproofing and protection,
protection against soil aggression, corrosion and the like;
(h) planes for the location of fixed and mobile landmarks.
2. Tables related to the specialties
They are technical drawings that define and explain all the elements
construction.
It is recommended that each subterranean / overseas object be identified by number / code and
own name.
The main drawings are made on objects and generally include:
2.1. Architectural plans
Define and explain all the architectural elements of each object, including odds,
dimensions, distances, functions, areas, finishing and quality specifications and others
such information:
architectural plans of each underground and above ground level, including the
covering, quoted, with functions and finishing, with furniture represented;
– Characteristic sections, quoted, with finishing indications;
– Facades, with finishing indications, including the representation of street front framing
existing, as the case may be.
2.2. Structure boards
Define and explain for each object the structure and execution of the structure
resistance, with all its features, and includes:
• Infrastructure plans and quoted characteristic sections;
• superstructure plans and quoted characteristic sections;
• description of constructive solutions, description of the technological order of execution and assembly
(only in special situations where this is mandatory), recommendations on
transport, handling, storage and assembly.
2.3. Installation Plans
Define and explain for each object the location, construction, and execution
installations, including allowances, dimensions, tolerances, and the like.
2.4. Machinery and technology equipments
They will mainly include the main plots of technology and assembly, sections, views,
details, including allowances, dimensions, tolerances, mounting details, namely:
• floor plans;
• Technology flow schemes;
• kinematic schemes, indicating the main parameters;
• Hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, automation,
communications, fuel networks, water, lighting and the like, as well as
technological installations;
• mounting plates, indicating the geometries, layout dimensions, benefits,
tasks and other information of the same nature, including technological schemes
assembly;
• diagrams, nomograms, engineering, engineering and assembly calculations, including
graphic material required for commissioning and exploitation;
• Lists of equipment and equipment in the technological drawings, including drawings
including their parameters, performance and characteristics.
2.5. Plans for equipment
It includes flooring and fitting, including dimensions, dimensions, sections, views,
dashboards and the like for:
• furniture parts;
• Household inventory items;
• equipment with technical means of fire protection;
• equipment necessary for work safety;
• other necessary facilities depending on the specifics.
NOTE:
When designing projects, materials, garments, prefabricated elements, machinery
technology and equipment will be defined through parameters, performance and features.
It is forbidden to refer or refer to factory brands, manufacturers, suppliers or
to other such recommendations or indications to indicate preferences or to restrict
competition.
The technical characteristics and functional parameters will be presented within certain limits (on
as far as possible) resulting from computational calculations and will not be determined deterministically in
in order to favor a particular supplier (manufacturer).
C. EXECUTION DETAILS
The execution details, which are part of the technical execution project, comply
its provisions and details the design, assembly, execution, installation and installation solutions
other similar operations on parts / elements of construction or related installations
and indicating dimensions, materials, execution technologies, and links
between the structural / non-structural constructive elements of the investment objective.
Depending on the complexity of the project and the nature of the interventions, as well as the
in the case of investment objectives the operation of which involves specific technological processes,
certain execution details can be elaborated / finalized during the implementation of the objective
(the designer will specify on the floor what the execution details are
are to be developed / completed in this way).
Execution details can be of 3 types:
a) execution details on the solutions developed by the designer;
b) execution details for equipping the investment objective, during execution, with
equipment and equipment, made in compliance with the data and information provided by
to their suppliers;
c) standardized current execution details (according to the standard details of the suppliers
sub-assemblies) or execution details that depend on the technological specificity of the firm
constructors, which will, as a rule, be executed by the manufacturer.
In all the cases mentioned above, the designer must, within technical assistance,
oversee the design and functional adaptation of all execution details,
regardless of their developer.

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