T&D News 2008 Number 2

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Standard Plans for Water Control Buildings

Most control buildings for Forest Service potable water systems are about the same size and contain the same equipment. In the past, each control building and the equipment inside it were designed individually for each location.

The tech tip "Standard Potable Water Control Building Plans on the FSWeb" (0873–2340–MTDC) describes standard plans that are now available on the Forest Service's internal computer network to help engineers and architects design small water systems. The plans comply with AutoCAD standards and the Forest Service's Built Environment Image Guide.

For additional information, contact Kathleen Snodgrass, project leader (phone: 406-329-3922; e-mail: ksnodgrass@fs.fed.us).

Image of two drawings.  The first is titled "Water Level Gauge Detail".  The second is titled "Suggested Elevation, Maritime North Pacific BEIG Province".

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