Common Architectural Theme and Color Scheme for Harmony Church Fort Benning, Georgia
L.5.1 Included in this Appendix is a Color Board containing squares with a simulation of each color used in the Exterior Color Charts. The electronic reproduction of this Color Board is, however, subject to some distortion and the color will be inaccurate to a greater or lesser degree depending on the printer used, and must, therefore, not be used in an attempt to accurately match or select paint samples.
L.5.2 A hard copy is available which contains accurate representations of all of the Army’s standard exterior colors.
L.5.3 The hard copy version of the color board may be requested by E-mail at: Baxter.Lawrence@mantech.com with a copy to Dannie.Fason@mantech.com
If the E-mail is not acknowledged within three business days, call (703) 378-1030 to verify the request. Provide the following information: quantity of color boards requested; name, title, and telephone number of person placing the order; mailing address; and the name of the installation.
FACTORY FINISHED MATERIALS
Colors given for surfaces that will be factory finished during manufacturing are intended for guidance and are not intended to constitute a directive for a custom color or finish. Colors shall be selected from standard manufacturer colors with the exception of those products, which can be finished with a custom color at no additional cost or that would not result in diminishment of the standard material guarantee or serviceability.
Site Elements, addressed in Chapter 6, are painted one of the colors used in the Color Charts and shown on the Color Board. Fire Hydrants which shall be Nutmeg Brown in color shall be finished in a standard manufacturer’s paint, suitable for this application, to which glass beads or other suitable reflective material has been added so as to create a light reflective finish meeting NFPA standards. Glass beads shall be Type I per GSA Federal Specifications (FS) TT-B-1325 and shall be incorporated into paint so as to maximize both adhesion and reflectivity.