SECTION: 32 05 33 LANDSCAPE ESTABLISHMENT
 
Criteria
  1. UFGS SECTION 32 05 33 LANDSCAPE ESTABLISHMENT
  2. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) , Section 6002
  3. Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002, Section 9002
  4. Federal Sustainable Acquisition Items/Requirements
  5. DoD Green Procurement Policy (Aug 27 2004)
  6. DoD Green Procurement Strategy (Nov 2008)
  7. Army Green Procurement Policy (Nov 22 2006)
  8. Federal Acquisition Regulation, Part 23
  9. USDA BioPreferred Program
  10. WaterSense
  11. EPA Final Guidance on Environmentally Preferable Purchasing
  12. HJB Form 225 (JBLM Sustainable Acquisition Exception Form)
  13. UFC 1-200-2 (High Performance and Sustainable Buildings Requirements)
  14. ASA IE&E Sustainable Design and Development Policy (Jan 17 2017)
  15. Stormwater Management Manuals for Western and Eastern Washington
  16. Aviation Stormwater Design Manual
  17. JBLM installation Regulation 200-1
 
Changes or Criteria Notes to Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS)
Paragraph # and Title (if any) Note to Designer Change Text
1.2.2. Stand or Turf "Make this selection" 100%
1.4 Submittals If 01 33 29 is not incorporated in the specifications, change reference to 01 33 29 in this section to instead say 01 57 19.01 20 SUPPLEMENTAL TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS and ensure the additional sustainable acquisition language at paragraphs "Submittals" and "Sustainable Acquisition" of 01 57 19.01 20 is included within that section.  
1.4 Submittals As applicable based on project scope, add the following under "SD-01 Preconstruction Submittals" and "SD-11 Closeout Submittals". Ensure all hazardous material and pesticide submittals are incorporated at 01 57 19 and 01 57 19.01 20: Fertilizers (Biobased Content): S
 
Irrigation Controllers and Spray Sprinkler Bodies (WaterSense); S
 
Hydraulic Mulch (Recycled Content); S
 
Mulch (Biobased Content); S
1.5.2 Storage Add the following: All storage of materials on JBLM will comply with JBLM installation Regulation 200-1.
2.1 Post-Plant Fertilizers [NOTE: In the column to the right, select 01 33 29 when it is incorporated into the specifications, otherwise select 01 57 19.01 20 and ensure it includes added sustainable acquisition language at paragraphs "Submittals" and "Sustainable Acquisition" of that section]
 
Add the following:
Provide products and documentation meeting the requirements at Section [01 33 29 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING][01 57 19.01 20 SUPPLEMENTAL TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS] paragraph RECYCLED CONTENT and/or BIO-BASED PRODUCTS. See https://sftool.gov/greenprocurement/green-products/6/landscaping-produc./fertilizers/0?addon=False.
2.2 Water There may be WaterSense requirements, depending on controllers and/or spray heads used for establishment irrigation. If so, include the WaterSense related submittals at SD-01 and SD-11 and add the following here:
Also see note a 3.2.2.
Provide products and documentation meeting the requirements at Section [01 33 29 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING][01 57 19.01 20  paragraph SUPPLEMENTAL TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS] paragraph WATER EFFICIENT PRODUCTS AND SERVICES. See https://sftool.gov/greenprocurement/green-products/6/landscaping-products/270/weather-sensor-based-irrigation-control-technologies/0?addon=False.
2.1.1. Granular Fertilizer "Minimum percentage to read" 5% available nitrogen
3% available phosphorus
4% available potassium
1% available sulfur
1% iron
2.3 Mulches Topdressing [NOTE: In the column to the right, select 01 33 29 when it is incorporated into the specifications, otherwise select 01 57 19.01 20 and ensure it includes added sustainable acquisition language at paragraphs "Submittals" and "Sustainable Acquisition" of that section]
 
Add the following:
Provide products and documentation meeting the requirements at Section [01 33 29 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING][01 57 19.01 20 SUPPLEMENTAL TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS] paragraph RECYCLED CONTENT and/or BIO-BASED PRODUCTS. See https://sftool.gov/greenprocurement/green-products/6/landscaping-produc./a> for more information.
2.3.1. Inert Mulch Materials "Inert mulch material is not to be used on JBLM Lewis-McChord" N/A
2.3.2 Organic Mulch Material  "Add the following at the beginning," Organic Mulch Material shall meet the specifications of Best Management Practice (BMP) T7.30 of Volume 5 of the Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington or an alternative document approved by Public Works. For sites in an Airport Operations area:
2.3.2. Organic Mulch Material Make the following percentage selections when selecting the indicated type of material. 71% (biobased)
100% (post-consumer paper)
100% (recycled wood)
2.4 Pesticides Add the following.  Include bracketed language if pesticides or herbicides might be used: Integrated Pest Management Plan must be approved by the Installation Pest Management Coordinator (IPMC) within JBLM Public Works Environmental Division (253-967-3474).  [Contractor must provide the IPMC with total pounds of each active ingredient applied by 1 October of each fiscal year in which pesticides are applied.  All pesticides used must be on the contractor's Authorized Use List (issued by JBLM Pollution Prevention - see Section 01 57 19.01 20) and the current JBLM Pesticide Use Proposal, available from the IPMC or Pollution Prevention (2533-966-6469/6466).  Pesticide applicators must be certified in Washington State.
 
Actions at JBLM YTC will be coordinated with and approved by the YTC DPW Environmental Division.  Pesticide and hazardous material reporting will be to the YTC ED.  Authorized Use Lists will be issued by YTC ED Environmental Compliance.
 
All actions will comply with installation Regulation 200-1.]
3.2. Irrigation Establishment Period "Make this selection" 365 days
3.2.1. Maintenance During the Irrigation Establishment period  "Make this selection" week
3.2.2 Water Restrictions See 6.4.1 at ASHRAE 189.1, which applies via Army sustainable design requirements.  It limits establishment potable water irrigation to 70% of ET0 for turfgrass and 55% for other plantings. This would require some sort of evapotranspiration calculation and control, which suggests some sort of sensor being in place. Controllers falling under the WaterSense criteria must be WaterSense labeled.  
3.2.3.Fire Hydrants  "Change first sentence to read" To use a fire hydrant for irrigation the contractor shall obtain prior clearance from the JBLM Lewis-McChord Fire Department and provide the tools and connections approved for use on fire hydrants.
3.3. Ground Cover Establishment Period "Make this selection" 100% coverage
365 days
3.3.1. Frequency of Maintenance "Make this selection" once a week
3.3.3.1. Turf "Make this selection" 3" inches
4" inches
3" inches
4" inches
3.3.7. Turf Aeration "Make this selection" plugs 3" inches
top dress 1/4"
70% sand
30% humus
0% gypsum
0% lime
3 days
3.3.8. Turf Clearance Area "Make this selection" 18" inches
3.4. Exterior Plant Establishment Period "Make this selection" 365 days
3.4.1. Frequency of Maintenance "Make this selection" once a week
 
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Notes to Designers on Drawing Content
 
 
Standard Details
 
 
Applicable Points of Contact
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