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Preferred Native File Type

1st Choice *Acceptable Viewable File Type

2nd Choice *Acceptable Viewable File Type

File Transfer Media

Microsoft Outlook E-Mail

pdf

tif

CD-ROM (#1)

doc doc

pdf pdf

tif tif

CD-ROM (#1) CD-ROM (#1)

doc doc

pdf pdf

tif tif

CD-ROM (#1) CD-ROM (#1)

doc doc doc xls doc

pdf pdf pdf pdf pdf

tif tif tif tif tif

CD-ROM (#1) CD-ROM (#1) CD-ROM (#1) CD-ROM (#1) CD-ROM (#1)

doc doc

pdf pdf

tif tif

CD-ROM CD-ROM

(#1) (#1)

doc mpp doc doc

pdf pdf pdf pdf

tif tif tif tif

CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM

(#1) (#1) (#1) (#1)

doc doc doc doc doc

pdf pdf pdf pdf pdf

tif tif tif tif tif

CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM

(#1) (#1) (#1) (#1) (#1)

xls

pdf

tif

CD-ROM

(#1)

doc

pdf

tif

CD-ROM

(#1)

xls tif See Note Below dwg

pdf jpg pdf dwg

tif gif tif dwg

CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM CD-ROM

(#1) (#2) (#2) (#3)

Table 2: TOP Documents Preferred File Format

2

Feasibility Studies

3

Project Summary, Design

Criteria, and Scopes

4

Contract Documentation

5

Meeting Minutes /

City Correspondence

6

Monthly Reports

7

Permits

8

Certificate of Occupancy

9

Vendor & Subcontractor List

10

Request for Quote (RFQ),

Request for Proposal (RFP),

and Purchase Order (PO)

11

Transmittals

12

Specifications and

Specification List

13

Division Requirements

14

Project Schedules

15

Vendor Submittals / Responses

16

Requests for Information (RFI) /

Responses

17

System Start-up Sign-off

18

Inspection Reports

19

Equipment Manuals

20

Warranties

21

Material Safety Data

Sheets (MSDS)

22

Equipment Lists, Line Lists, Valve Lists,

Instrument Lists, etc

23

Miscellaneous Reports /

Sketches

24

Engineering Drawing List

25

Project Photographs

26

Engineering Drawings **

27

Engineering Drawings **

No.

Document Type

1

General Correspondence

  • *

    If preferred native file cannot be supplied

** Engineering Drawings files must be provided in the following two formats:

  • 1)

    Native AutoCAD (.dwg) format. Along with all associated reference files, non-standard fonts, shapes, and line-types, company logos, etc.)

  • 2)

    A viewable flat file, compiled with all associated external references (Xrefs), fonts, shapes, line-types, logos, etc.

Because of the difficulty and time-consuming effort of re-assembling post construction drawings using current complex CAD packages, Amgen requires the viewable flat file.

Turnover Package

5-6

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