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E Example PDRI Element Descriptions Note: The three element descriptions given in this appendix comprise one category and are provided for illustrative purposes. Descriptions for the 61 other elements are contained in Cll Implementation Resource 155-2 (Construction Industry Institute, 1999J. G. EQUIPMENT G1. Equipment List Project-specific equipment should be defined and listed. (Note: Building systems equipment is ad- dressed in element F4, Mechanical Design, and F5, Electrical Design). In situations where owners are furnishing equipment, the equipment should be properly defined and purchased. The list should define items such as: O Process O Medical O Food service/vending O Trash disposal O Distributed control systems O Material handling O Existing sources and characteristics of O Relative sizes equipment: Weights Location Capacities Materials of construction Insulation and painting requirements Equipment related access Vendor, model, and serial number once identified Equipment delivery time, if known Other 63

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64 APPENDIX E G2. Equipment Location Drawings Equipment location/arrangement drawings identify the specific location of each item of equipment in a project. These drawings should identify items such as: O Plan and elevation views of equipment and platforms O Location of equipment rooms O Physical support requirement (e.g., installation bolt patterns) O Coordinates or location of all major equipment O Other G3. Equipment Utility Requirements This evaluation should consist of a tabulated list of utility requirements for all major equipment items such as: O Power and/or all utility requirements O Flow diagrams O Design temperature and pressure O Diversity of use O Gas O Water O Other