UFC 3-120-10 (W/ CHANGE 1), UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC): INTERIOR DESIGN (JUL 2004)
UFC 3-120-10 (W/ CHANGE 1), UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC): INTERIOR DESIGN (JUL 2004)., This UFC provides general guidance and outlines technical requirements that apply to
both building related and furniture related interior design projects, new construction and
renovation projects. The information provided in this UFC will be used by interior
designers and architects and will serve as the minimum interior design requirements.
This UFC covers requirements in the development of design criteria, construction
contract documents, specifications, calculations, and procurement documentation and
project presentations for Design-Bid-Build (DBB) and Design-Build (DB) projects.
Project conditions may dictate the need for design that exceeds these requirements.
Excellence in design is the primary goal for all projects. Reaching this goal requires a
commitment by the government and designers to a level of quality that includes the
coordinated relationship of interior design with the building design, as well as the details
of design that affect the users of the facilities. Quality interior design is value added to a
project as it vitally improves facility operating efficiency, attractiveness, livability, lifecycle economics, and most importantly, the productivity of the users. Project conditions
may dictate the need for design that exceeds these minimum requirements.