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Title: Layaway procedures for U.S. Army facilities. Volume I, decision criteria and economics
Authors: United States. Army Training and Doctrine Command
Uzarski, D. R.
Rundus, Richard E.
Bailey, David M. (David Michael), 1957-
Binder, Michael J.
Brotherson, Donald E.
Field, J. E.
Cartwright, C. S.
Demetroulis, Nicholas M.
Drozd, R.
Ellsworth, Douglas E.
Foltz, Stuart D.
Harris, Richard W.
Hock, V. F.
Marshall, Orange S.
Myers, J. H.
Myers, James R.
VanBlaricum, Vicki L.
Zaghloul, Hany H.
Piskin, Kemal
Keywords: Facility layaway
Base closure
Base realignment
Fort Dix (N.J.)
Military bases
Publisher: Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Description: Technical Report
Abstract: This two-volume report describes facility layaway procedures for U.S. Army facilities, with an emphasis on Fort Dix, NJ. Volume I focuses on decision criteria and the economics of facility layaway. Decision matrices for choosing cost-effective layaway strategies are presented. The concepts behind differing maintenance and repair (M&R) standards are addressed. Strategies for both short- and long-term layaway periods are described. The influence of the allowed reactivation period on M&R strategies is also described. Deactivation, periodic M&R, and reactivation for buildings and utilities are discussed, as are environmental and security concerns. The report concludes that facility layaway is technically feasible at an affordable cost. Volume II addresses the specific inspection and M&R items associated with all of the different systems and components for buildings and utilities. These items are presented in a checklist format. A brief explanatory section precedes each checklist.
Rights: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11681/19920
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