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30 December 2005,AIR FORCE SERVICES FACILITIES DESIGN GUIDE AFSFDG. FITNESS CENTERS, Any copyrighted material included in this AFSFDG is identified at its point of use Use of. the copyrighted material apart from this AFSFDG must have the permission of the copyright. AIR FORCE SERVICES AGENCY,Record of Changes changes are indicated by 1 1. Change No Date Location, 210708 21 Jul 08 Resources and Links Updated links provided in. paragraph 7 3, The format of this document conforms to UFC 1 300 01 however it is an Air Force only.
document not included in the UFC Unified Facilities Criteria system. 30 December 2005, The Air Force Services Facilities Design Guide AFSFDG provides planning design. construction sustainment restoration and modernization criteria and applies to US Air. Force Services projects AFSFDGs will be used for all Air Force projects and work for. other customers where appropriate, AFSFDGs are living documents and will be periodically reviewed updated and made. available to users for providing functional and technical criteria for military construction. Headquarters U S Air Force Services Agency AFSVA is the OPR for this AFSFDG. This document has been coordinated and reviewed by AF ILEC Air Force Office of the. Civil Engineer Contact AFSVA for document interpretation and improvements. This and other AFSVA Facilities Design Guides may be found at the AF Services Agency. Community of Practice website at, https afkm wpafb af mil ASPs docman DOCMain asp Tab 0 FolderID OO DP AE 12 35 14. 16 Filter OO DP AE 12 Hard copies of documents printed from electronic media should be. checked against the current electronic version prior to use to ensure that they are current. 30 December 2005,TABLE OF CONTENTS,CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1. 1 1 PURPOSE AND SCOPE 1,1 2 DOCUMENT USERS 1,1 3 FITNESS FACILITY DESCRIPTION 1.
1 3 1 Fitness Mission 1,1 3 2 Requirements 2,1 4 DOCUMENT ORGANIZATION 2. 1 5 LIMITATIONS 2,1 6 GUIDE GOALS 2,CHAPTER 2 PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING 4. 2 1 OVERALL CONSIDERATIONS 4,2 1 1 Project Team 4,2 1 2 Project Planning 4. 2 1 3 Project Site Planning 7,2 2 FACILITY SPACE DISTRIBUTION 8. 2 2 1 General Considerations 8,2 3 COST CONSIDERATIONS 10.
2 3 1 Site Cost Considerations 10,2 3 2 Building Systems Cost Considerations 10. 2 3 3 Building Design Cost Considerations 10,2 3 4 Other Design Cost Considerations 11. 2 4 PROJECT EXECUTION 11,2 4 1 Design and Construction Process 11. CHAPTER 3 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA 12,3 1 SITE SELECTION AND DESIGN 12. 3 1 1 General Site Design Considerations 12,3 1 2 Circulation 13.
3 1 3 Parking 14,3 1 4 Site Design Considerations 14. 3 1 5 Site Amenities 14,3 1 6 Landscape Architecture 15. 3 2 BUILDING DESIGN 15,30 December 2005,3 2 1 Architectural Character 16. 3 2 2 Codes and Standards 16,3 3 BUILDING SYSTEMS 18. 3 3 1 Structural 18, 3 3 2 Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning HVAC 18.
3 3 3 Plumbing 19,3 3 4 Electrical 19,3 4 FURNITURE FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT 21. CHAPTER 4 FUNCTIONAL AREA DESIGN CRITERIA 22,4 1 VISITOR SPECTATOR SUPPORT 23. 4 1 1 Vestibule 23,4 1 2 Lobby 23,4 1 3 Control Point Reception 24. 4 1 4 Retail 25,4 1 5 Public Restrooms 25,4 1 6 Corridors and Hallways 25. 4 2 Administration 26,4 2 1 Fitness Center Director s Office 26.
4 2 2 Sports Program Manager s Office 26,4 2 3 Operation s Manager s Office 26. 4 2 4 NCOIC s Office 27,4 2 5 Staff Workroom 27,4 2 6 Conference Classroom 27. 4 3 SUPPORT 27,4 3 1 Storage 28,4 3 2 Janitorial 28. 4 3 3 Laundry 28,4 3 4 Equipment Repair 29,4 3 5 Service Entrance and Receiving 29. 4 4 LOCKER ROOMS 29,4 4 1 Dressing Room 30,4 4 2 Showers 31.
4 4 3 Restrooms 32,4 4 4 Sauna Room 32,30 December 2005. 4 4 5 Steam Room 32,4 5 GYMNASIUM 33,4 6 UNIT PT GROUP EXERCISE 35. 4 7 FITNESS EQUIPMENT SPACES 37,4 7 2 Fitness Assessment Room 39. 4 8 RACQUETBALL COURTS 40,4 9 TRACK 41,4 10 HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER 41. 4 10 1 Reception Waiting Library 42,4 10 2 Office Space 42.
4 10 3 Classrooms 43,4 10 4 Ergometry and Fitness Testing 43. 4 10 5 Wellness Assessment Room 43,4 10 6 Janitor Closet Storage Restrooms 43. 4 10 7 Equipment Demonstration Room 44,4 11 ENHANCED AREAS 44. 4 11 1 Lap Pool 44,4 11 2 Distinguished Visitors DV Locker Rooms 46. 4 11 3 Family Locker Room 46,4 11 4 Parent Child Area PCA 46.
4 11 5 HAWC Relaxation Room 47,4 11 6 HAWC Kitchen Food Demonstration Area 47. 4 11 7 Massage Room 48,4 11 8 Expanded Retail Area 48. 4 11 9 Juice Bar 48,4 11 10 Spa Area 48,4 11 11 Outdoor Fitness Trail or Par Course 49. 4 12 BUILDING SUPPORT AREAS 49,CHAPTER 5 ILLUSTRATIVE DESIGNS 50. 5 1 SMALL FACILITY 51,5 2 LARGE FACILITY 52,CHAPTER 6 SPORT FLOORING 53.
CHAPTER 7 RESOURCES AND LINKS 55,7 1 GOVERNMENT 55. 30 December 2005,7 2 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PUBLICATIONS 55. 7 3 DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE 55,7 3 1 Air Force Policies 56. 7 3 2 Air Force Guides 57,7 4 RELATED NON GOVERNMENT RESOURCES 57. CHAPTER 8 ACRONYMS 59,CHAPTER 9 SPACE CALCULATOR ASSUMPTIONS 61.
Figure 1 1 Fitness Center and Health and Wellness Center Andersen AB Guam 1. Figure 2 1 Fitness Center and Health and Wellness Center Site Planning 7. Figure 3 1 Fitness Center Ellsworth AFB 12,Figure 3 2 Landscape 15. Figure 4 1 Lobby 22,Figure 4 2 Fitness Center Functional Diagram 23. Figure 4 3 Fitness Center Lobby Functional Diagram 24. Figure 4 4 Automatic External Defibrillator 25, Figure 4 5 Fitness Center Administration Area Functional Diagram 26. Figure 4 6 Fitness Center Support Area Functional Diagram 28. Figure 4 7 Locker Rooms Functional Diagram 30,Figure 4 8 Gymnasium Functional Diagram 34. Figure 4 9 Boxing Equipment 35, Figure 4 10 Unit PT Group Exercise Functional Diagram 36.
Figure 4 11 Group Exercise Room 37, Figure 4 12 Fitness Equipment Functional Diagram 38. Figure 4 13 Fitness Equipment 38,Figure 4 14 Racquetball Functional Diagram 40. Figure 4 15 Elevated Track 41, Figure 4 16 Health and Wellness Center Functional Diagram 42. Figure 4 17 Lap Pool 45,Figure 4 18 Parent Child Area 46. Keesler AFB MS 46,Figure 5 1 Small Fitness Center Plan 51.
Figure 5 2 Large Fitness Center Plan 52,30 December 2005. Table 2 1 Base Classification and Authorized Scope for Fitness Centers with a HAWC 6. Table 2 2 Core and Enhanced Spaces 9, Table 6 1 Sports Flooring Performance Characteristics 54. 30 December 2005,CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION,1 1 PURPOSE AND SCOPE. This guidance implements construction policies and processes approved for Fitness. Centers These standards advance the goal of achieving consistent enhanced quality. facilities at all installations Developing and implementing facilities to achieve fitness. facility excellence will help sustain a strong productive and viable Air Force. This design guide is intended to, Highlight guidelines and criteria that should be considered during the evaluation. planning programming and design processes, Provide a consolidated listing of additional resources where more detailed.
information can be obtained, Present an appropriate USAF image for fitness facilities by organizing criteria into a. concise user friendly format for evaluating new or renovated fitness facilities. The information in this guide applies to the design of all new construction projects as well. as to major and minor renovation projects at main operating bases and reserve bases. While the space allocation in the guide does not apply to stand alone Air National Guard. ANG bases the information in the guide may be used to help design the ANG fitness. rooms at these locations i e identify type of flooring space per equipment items etc. Specifically it provides guidelines for determining required spaces technical requirements. installation location site design and fitness facility space design. The guide provides basic information and references that should be consulted in order to. program design and execute a successful fitness facility project Chapter 7 provides. related AF documents and other related applicable government and industry reference. Figure 1 1 Fitness Center and Health and Wellness Center Andersen AB Guam. 1 2 DOCUMENT USERS, This guide was developed for those who plan operate and evaluate Fitness Centers It is. also written so design architects engineers programmers and planners can achieve. consistent and enhanced quality fitness facilities throughout the Air Force. 1 3 FITNESS FACILITY DESCRIPTION,1 3 1 Fitness Mission. The Air Force Fitness mission is to Enhance combat readiness by supporting unit. commanders fitness program and provide fitness and sports opportunities to all authorized. 30 December 2005,1 3 2 Requirements, The Air Force Fitness Facility requirement is to Facilitate the readiness fitness and. morale of Air Force members by providing effective efficient and pleasant spaces for. individual and group exercise unit physical training PT team and individual sports. testing training education and necessary support The Fitness Facility shall provide. spaces for the following functions,Fitness Equipment Spaces.
Unit PT and Group Exercise,Fitness Testing,Fitness Training. Team and Individual Sports intramural extramural varsity. Administrative Functions,Support Functions,Health and Wellness. 1 4 DOCUMENT ORGANIZATION, The criteria are organized to parallel the design process. Programming Criteria provides the basic guidelines for sizing and configuring a. facility and includes diagrams that clarify the desired relationships between. functions as well as a table summarizing scope requirements for each facility. Design Criteria covers information relevant to all phases of design and contains. guidelines for organizing the site and designing and planning the building s utilities. layout character and circulation and systems, Functional Area and Space Guidelines provide detailed design requirements for. each functional space in a typical facility It includes diagrams that can aid in the. preparation of preliminary and working drawings, Illustrative Design Information contains examples of floor plans that show how the.
guide s design principles can be applied to a particular project. Resources and Links,1 5 LIMITATIONS, This guide must be used in conjunction with DOD and other documents that give related. guidance Unique design requirements of a specific project will be addressed at the. installation level This design guide is not a substitute for research required by. programmers and designers Further programmers and designers must incorporate. installation and Major Command design requirements. 1 6 GUIDE GOALS,This design guide is intended to promote. Compliance with current policies yet includes flexibility to meet local needs. 30 December 2005, Understanding of AF fitness goals and their implications for facility design and. Teamwork from requirements identification through beneficial occupancy. 30 December 2005,CHAPTER 2 PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING. 2 1 OVERALL CONSIDERATIONS, This chapter identifies the requirement for new and existing fitness facilities for Air Force.
installations The space criteria shall determine the number and size of the core. elements for each installation,2 1 1 Project Team, The Project Team will identify and integrate applicable design criteria site specific. design requirements specific goals and strategies during programming planning. design and construction Cooperation between participants representing all. organizations is critical to the success of any project Therefore the organizations and. individuals listed below should be involved early in the planning programming and. design of a fitness facility to ensure that all functional requirements are met Refer to. the USAF Project Manager s Guide Project Definition Chapter for information. concerning the Design Team Participants from other organizations. Commanders, Base Services Squadron Division Combat Support Flight Commander Fitness. Center Director and Staff, Base Civil Engineering Squadron Project Manager Trades representatives. Installation Medical Group Health Promotion Manager or Health Educator. Headquarters Air Force Services Agency fitness SVPAF and facilities SVXFB. representatives,Architectural and Engineering Consultants. Contracting Officer, Planners Architects Landscape Architects Engineers Interior Designers.
Base Support Team including Fire Department Security Forces Environmental. Bioenvironmental Engineering Safety and other appropriate representatives. Major Command Services and Civil Engineering representatives. Others as appropriate,2 1 2 Project Planning, 2 1 2 1 Overall Project Scope The base population is the initial determinant for. the total combined scope space authorization of all fitness facilities on an installation. For purposes of fitness center facility sizing base population is defined by the following. categories See base population computation worksheet. Assigned military personnel Including Air Force other U S military personnel. full time Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard authorized military personnel. included in interservice support agreements with other U S services and. authorized military personnel included in support agreements with foreign NATO. FACILITIES DESIGN GUIDE DESIGN FITNESS CENTERS APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE DISTRIBUTION UNLIMITED 30 December 2005 AIR FORCE SERVICES FACILITIES DESIGN GUIDE AFSFDG FITNESS CENTERS Any copyrighted material included in this AFSFDG is identified at its point of use Use of the copyrighted material apart from this AFSFDG must have the permission of the copyright holder AIR FORCE SERVICES

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