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04-00500272 p. 0 FOR OFFI/C'E USE ONLY 6v `,(1 L� Case No.: 04— a-lc •_ • Date Submitted: I-c -'I �c--/ COLLEGE STATION APPLICATION to .�� PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PERMIT (PIP) MINIMUM SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS $150 PIP Permit Application Fee 'p( Attach 4 copies of a facility layout plan, which may include the following: N Location, identification, and dimensions of ROW and pavement edge/curb) /IA Location of all proposed improvements &V. Location of all public utilities (existing) - dimensioned from right-of-way or back of curb, material, size If applicable, the facility layout plan must include the following (these may be drawn on separate sheets): ►6dii A signage plan - include dimensions of sign(s), location from back of curb, materials, elevation drawing !L Drainage and/or erosion control plan 37; Proposed waterway alterations with supporting drainage report TI Landscape plan showing the location and type of plantings (existing and proposed, both common names • and scientific) riffi The cost estimate for relocating any public facilities associated with the work ti An electrical plan )i Irrigation/Plumbing plan (must be sealed) A Structural plan showing details with anchoring, attachment, and material description (must be sealed) 1(; Private utility, plan-dimensioned from right-of-way or back of curb, material, size Attach one copy of the following: 'i{! Indemnity agreements from abutting fee owners APPLICANT/PROANAGER',S-INFORMATION (Party responsible for completion of all work associated with the project): 7 Name FP( r / 1/�'' f^! CE-Mail Street ess . ° I / - cLi/r/ City / c State ' ( ".code 77 �J. , 1 " ) ) - 7/ ?% Fax Number 6 Phone Number / i7 i�� - ° PARTY RESPONSIBL FO MAINTENANCE (if party is a group, please provide information for contact person): Name E-Mail Street Address City State Zip Code Phone Number Fax Number IDENTIFY THE FOLLOWING: J /',l The total valuation of the work: $ 7 0 Ci`-', The total valuation of the signage: $ Estimated cost of future relocation of improvements: $ The total square footage of the site: The total linear feet of water lines crossing under paved road: e, h 014 n + l on/ 1-Aug-02 ‘4( ;) /11 ti 1 of 2 IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF WORK TO BE PERFORMED: ❑ Awning Structural Contractor: Benches Number of Benches f ❑ Bike racks Number of Bike Racks: ❑ Cafe *Structural Contractor: ❑ Canopy *Structural Contractor: ❑ Demolition Structural Contractor: ❑ Electrical Master Electrician: ❑ Facade Structural Contractor: ❑ Irrigation system State Licensed Irrigator: ❑ Landscaping *Landscape Architect/Company: ❑ Masonry fence *Structural Contractor: ❑ Sign(s) *Sign Contractor: ❑ Waterway Alterations Design Engineer: ❑ Wood fence *Structural Contractor: ❑ Other (please describe): Identify party to perform this work: *The starred items may not require that structural contractors, sign contractors, or landscapers perform the work- contact applicable City Departments for determination I hereby verify that t er inform- ion contained in this application is true and complete, to the best of my knowledge. I understand that Ke City has t e authority to inspect the work to be conducted within the public right-of-way at any time. I - o • '44-nd that th. permit may be revoked at any time at the discretion of the City Officials. 111k, I 2Xy Applicant's signature Date applied Conditions of Approval: Authorization of City Engineer Date approved X CA OP)/ off, F?ertclleS 6Iods ANr s IicS. 2S 1-Aug-02 jL-dZ Ot't 2 of 2 ■ luN-06-2004 10 : 49 PM ALL PHASE CNTRNG 979 775 6652 P . 01 ■ Ina , �! , !!! <------1 g.c11 b,� '- � � ALL PHASE CONTRACTING, INC. P.O. BOX 4141 BRYAN, TEXAS 77805 (979-775-7126) PROPOSAL JUNE 5, 2004 WE HEREBY PROPOSE TO FURNISH THE LABOR NECESSARY FOR THE COMPLETION OF • PLANTATION OAKS X BUILD BUS STOP 6 y.. '51) INSTALL TREATED 2X4 PLATE x INSTALL 8 FOOT STUD WALL /- INSTALL 2 6 FOOT SIDE WALL /&O INSTALL 20 FOOT BACK WALL l 5C INSTALL 2X6 ROOF JOIST /CJ 0� INSTALL 3/8X8X16 SMART SIDING ON EXTERIOR /PV Z-)--Q INSTALL 1X SMART SIDINGc ,}1 Ai,i:014.4 I INSTALL INSIDE 318 T111 SIDING ON WALLS g I, .e ZjO INSTALL 3!8 ROUGH SAWN SOFFIT ON CEILING INSTALL 1// ON CEILING / 4,/S INSTALL 3 TAB SHINGLES /U'''' INSTALL 20 FOOT OF BENCH\ C 1 p C PRIME Igo PAINT TOTAL ( 4800.00 �) ALL-PHASE CONTRACTING, INC. CARRIES WORKERLCM!�NSATiON AND GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE AND WILL HEREBY FURNISH ALL MATERIAL , DEBRIS REMOVAL, AND LABOR AS DESCRIBED BY THE SCOPE OF WORK. ANY ALTERATIONS ORDEVIATIONS FROM ABOVE SPECIFICATIONS INVOLVING EXTRA COSTS, WILL BE EXECUTED WITH DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE, AND WELL BECOME AN EXTRA CHARGE OVER AND BEYOND THE ESTIMATE, PLANTATION OAKS ALL-PHASE CONTi ACTIHi, iiia OWNERS REPRESENTATIVE /. 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COMPANY: Cil_ of Colle_ e Station REMARKS; ❑ Urgent X For your review n Reply ASAP ❑ Ey' Per oar conversation, please review the attached. Sec. that addresses the use of ri•hts-of-wa (frifilli" CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning&Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue South, PO Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 FACSIMILE COVER SHEET Date: 12--17-2004 # of pages including cover: 8 If you did not receive a complete fax,please call our office immediately for a new transmittal. TO: Mr. Gary Doucette FAX: 775-7126 COMPANY: All Phase Contracting RE: PIP Application for Bus Shelter for Plantation Oaks Apartments FROM: Trey Fletcher COMPANY: City of College Station REMARKS: ❑ Urgent ® For your review ❑ Reply ASAP ❑ FYI Per our conversation, please review the attached Sec.J that addresses the use of rights-of-way for public conveniences and amenities and for private improvements and facilities. There are specific procedures for obtaining a permit, and these are outlined in subsections d, e, f and g. Should you have any questions, please advise.Thanks. Special Elements. Certain r. - -- special elements in the street f - t ` "-"-""' DENGI � �� � �.. � �' v corridor, such as bus stops, We ellAthe - ' I LdI E.ICK 1 serve a specific service func- i��uu�1BuI1� • , ,�,E— : .EE gw M 1 B -.121111111111111111 4- /RTEERN NE/AL'AR.AM'/E2 cOaiER tion. There are also elements r �� 'i.1,,i...i.ini znuis IIImniii ,E• ACRETE.a,L present in the street corridors - •iIIIIIII - I°.G.4WM/c WINDSCREEN which contribute more to an ----'--1II ll I li i 1 i E_5'"`�°�"°RRr.Ew- --__. aesthetic function. These are - — __ the elements that bring sparkle and color. Elements to be Figure 35 - Bus Shelter Prototypical Plan described in this section are bus shelters, seasonal lighting/deco- �.N;'W. ration, banners, and flags and �N, flagpoles. MEN 'Oil* 0411" Bus Shelters. City staff has , ACI A ��� � , T. • selected a standard bus shelter s•o„EGIXUNN I I W,FW'NTED ENC6. unit for placement at appropri- ! t points about the cit .The } II ate y area adjacent to the shelter ; f= a, should be developed with spe- IE cial pavers, trash receptacles, benches, and bicycle racks as Figure 38 - Bus Shelter Prototypical Elevations indicated on Figure 37. (ire.5w A.rile..•' Mot)—\40 VANEZ ze-al \ 0 . cul -- J (,QIGeE7E PAY EAS l�/ /X5 914N-CT D.G.�y1Fi1/G AND r�� �IiA� (� f1EAA6c CAOp.E pomp= ROOTED , • ��4; b - 7bluN NAME l Mr-ACT) 1', 14 111111 ' ge&isgo/re• 1a \ 6i/A5 BAND seuw•em Slop Bk - Figure 39 - Bus Stop Prototypical Plan 4. College Station Streetscape Study- Page 69 .Y, PLANTING ON STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY (1) Unpaved Areas There will be no restrictions on planting and care of grass on unpaved areas, and no permit shall be required. (2) Obstructions It shall be unlawful to plant flowers, shrubs, or trees to obstruct the view of or access to fire hydrants, mail boxes, traffic control devices, police or fire call boxes. (3) Permit Requirements Other plantings will be permitted only if an application, together with a plan of planting, has been filed with the City Engineer and he in turn has issued a permit for such planting. J. USE OF RIGHTS-OF-WAY FOR PUBLIC CONVENIENCES AND AMENITIES AND FOR PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS AND FACILITIES (1) Definitions (a) "Awning" means an overhead structure made of canvas or fabric that is stretched over a wood or metal frame that extends beyond the exterior wall face and is removable. This definition does not include copy or logo. (b) "Bench" means a seating area that is placed for the convenience of pedestrians and is located in proximity to mass transit stops or businesses. (c) "Bicycle Rack" means a structure designed and used for the temporary storage of bicycles. (d) "City" means the City of College Station, Texas, a home-rule city. (e) "City Engineer" means the City Engineer of the City of College Station, Texas, or his designated representative. (f) "City Planner" means the City Planner of the City of College Station or his designated representative. (g) "Facade" means an architectural treatment on the face of a building along either the front, side, or rear of a building along the right-of-way frontage. This definition does not include copy. (h) "Landscaping, permanent" means canopy and non-canopy trees and shrubs as established in Section 11.2 of the City of College Station Zoning Ordinance. (i) "Landscaping, temporary" means perennial and flowering plants, dwarf shrubs and ground cover. (j) "Northgate Area" means the area bounded by Nagel Street, University Drive, Wellborn Road and the City of College Station City limits. (k) "Permit Holder or Permittee" as used in this ordinance means the person owning the underlying fee title to any real property upon which any public street within the City of College Station corporate limits is situated, or any association or other entity acting with a lease or other express written permission of the said fee title owner, to make use of the property, and who has been lawfully issued a Right-of-Way Improvements Permit by the City Engineer. (I) "Private Utilities" means utilities that have been extended to serve an entity but have not been accepted by the City of College Station. 3-32 Rev.04/04 (m) "Public Street" means the entire width between the boundary lines of every way which is held by the City in fee or by easement or dedication when any part thethertermspublicpto the use street shallfthe not includelic anyor des g at doses of vehicular state or federal provided highway or road or any designated county road. (n) "Right-of-Way Improvements Permit" means a permit issued by the City Engineer to a person who qualifies for said permit under the terms of this ordinance authorizing the construction, installation and maintenance of improvements in right-of-way dedicated to the City of College Station, Texas. (o) "Roadway" means that portion of a public street which is improved, designed, or ordinarily used for vehicular travel, exclusive of the curb, berm, or shoulder. In the event that a public street includes two or more separate roadways, roadway means each such roadway separately. (p) "Setback Line" is as defined in Section 7 of the City of College Station Zoning Ordinance. (q) "Sidewalk" means that portion of a public street which is between the curb lines, or the lateral lines of a roadway, and the adjacent property lines and is improved and designed for or is ordinarily used for pedestrian travel. (r) "Sidewalk cafe" means an outdoor dining area located on a sidewalk and containing movable tables, chairs, planters, or related appurtenances. (s) "Structure" means any building or portion thereof, any obstruction that extends above natural ground grade. Excluded from this definition are wooden fences under eight feet (8') in overall height and masonry fences under three feet (3') in overall height. (2) Scope (a) The City Council of the City of College Station acting by and through its official designated in paragraph (3) below may permit any person owning the underlying fee title to any real property upon which any public street within its corporate limits is situated, or any association or other entity acting with a lease or other express written permission of the said fee title owner, to make use of the property, notwithstanding its being part of a public street, for any one or more of the following improvements or facilities: (i) the establishment or maintenance or both of trees and decorative land- scaping, including landscaping lighting, watering systems, and other appurtenances for the maintenance thereof; (ii) the establishment or maintenance or both of sidewalk cafes; provided that a sidewalk cafe may not be enclosed by fixed walls and shall be open to the air, except that it may have a canopy; provided further that a sidewalk cafe must be abutting and contiguous to a restaurant in which food preparation, sanitation, and related services for the sidewalk cafe will be performed; (iii) the establishment or maintenance or both of ornamental gates, columns, or other ornamental works of wood, iron, masonry, earth, or other materials denoting the entrance to a neighborhood or a platted and recorded subdivision; provided that such improvements may display the name of the subdivision or neighborhood but shall not contain any commercial advertising or other signage; (iv) the establishment or maintenance or both of any supportive or decorative columns, arches, or other structural or decorative feature of any building which is fifty (50) or more years old at the time of filing an 3-33 Rev.04/04 application for a permit hereunder and of unusual architectural design, character, or significance or of historical value; or (v) the establishment or maintenance or both of transit bus shelters, drinking fountains, benches, and other related amenities for the convenience of the public in the use of the public streets for pedestrian or vehicular transportation. (3) Designation of City Official Authorized to Make Findings The City Engineer is hereby designated by the City Council of the City of College Station, Texas, to make the findings required by law contained in paragraph (4) below prior to the issuance of a permit authorizing the establishment or maintenance of the improvements or facilities specified in paragraph (2) above. (4) Findings Required (a) The establishment or maintenance of the improvements or facilities may not be implemented without a finding by the City Engineer that: (i) the improvement or facility will not be located on, extend onto, nor intrude upon any portion of the roadway; (ii) the improvement or facility will not be located on, extend onto, nor intrude upon any portion of the sidewalk which is needed for pedestrian use; (iii) the design and location of the improvement or facilities includes all reasonable planning to minimize potential harm, injury, or interference to the public in the use of the public street or sidewalk; (iv) the improvement or facility will not create any hazardous condition or obstruction of vehicular or pedestrian travel upon the public street or sidewalk. (b) Appeal An applicant may appeal the decision of the City Engineer to the City Council within ten (10) days of the denial or issuance of the permit. Failure to appeal the action shall constitute a contractual acceptance of all conditions imposed, and a waiver of all complaints, defects, or potential invalidity, whether under state or federal law. (5) Permit Required (a) Use Without a Permit Prohibited It shall be unlawful for any person to install or construct or cause to be installed or constructed, the amenities, improvements or facilities established in paragraph (2) above within the public streets or rights-of-way for within the corporate limits of the City of College Station without first obtaining a permit issued by the City Engineer authorizing such improvements or facilities. (b) Prescribed Fee The applicant or permit holder shall pay a fee for the right-of-way improvements permit that shall be the same as that charged in Chapter 14, Section of the City of College Station Code of Ordinances as amended from time to time. (c) The permit shall be granted and allowed to remain in force on condition that: (1) the applicant complies with the regulations established by the City Council and contained in paragraph (7) below for the protection of the public and utility companies and other persons or firms having the right to use the public street at the site of the applicant's proposed facility; (2) the site is properly maintained 3-34 Rev.04/04 and (3) the applicant owns or is legally authorized by the fee simple owner of land to use his land for the establishment and maintenance of the improvements authorized by permit. (d) Procedure for Obtaining a permit Application Requirements: Any person desiring a permit authorizing the use of the public right-of-way for the installation of improvements or facilities within the City limits shall file an application with the Development Services Department on a form provided by that Department. The applicant must include the following information with the application form: • A facility layout plan which includes the identity, and location of, and gives the dimensions of the right-of-way and the pavement edge or curb. • The applicant must locate all existing traffic signs, meter boxes, light poles, manholes, overhead electrical lines, fire hydrants, valves, and electrical transformers contained within the right-of-way. The diagram must include dimensions of the right-of-way and locate the facilities from the right-of-way or back of the curb. The size and material of the facilities must be specified. • All proposed signage must be located including its dimensions. • An erosion control plan must be submitted with the application. If there are waterway alterations proposed, a drainage report and drainage plan must be submitted. If improvements are proposed that will alter the drainage patterns in the area, a drainage report and drainage plan will be required. • Applicant must state whether there will be any waterway alterations with a drainage report (if applicable). • Elevation drawings of signage that include the description of material. • The location and type of plantings. All plantings must be detailed by using both the scientific as well as common names. • Describe all work to be performed including but not limited to any electrical work, landscaping, irrigation systems, drainage work, waterway alterations, demolition, fencing (whether wood or masonry), signs, facades, awnings, cafe, canopy, benches, bike racks. • The cost, where applicable, of the proposed relocation of any public facilities associated with the work. • The total square footage of the site. • Designate the party responsible for maintenance. • An estimate of the future relocation of improvements. • Where applicable, the applicant must submit the following plans: electrical, landscaping, plumbing, sealed structural details with anchoring, attachment and material description and/or any sealed irrigation plans. • Identify all contractors and subcontractors including, but not limited to, the master electrician, irrigator, landscape architect or company, master plumber, design engineer and/or structural engineer. (e) Inspection of Facilities Inspections be requested in accordance with the Standard Building Code as improvements tshall d amended heC City of College Station Code of Ordinances. 3-35 Rev.04/04 (f) Maintenance of Facilities All improvements shall be maintained by the person designated by the permit holder in the permit application. The improvements shall be maintained in a reasonably safe, secure and sanitary manner and the site shall be free of rubbish, weeds, filth or other offensive items. All dead plantings shall be removed and replaced annually. (g) Construction of Facilities Construction and installation of improvements must comply with all provisions of this ordinance as well as with the Streetscape Standards as adopted by the City Council of the City of College Station and established in the Streetscape Study issued in December 1992 and as amended from time to time. (6) Removal of Facilities The City or any utility company or other person authorized by the City may remove all or any part of any facility for which a permit has been issued without liability therefore in the event of a lawful need for the site or for access thereto. (7) Regulations The regulations that govern the issuance and continuing validity of this permit as follows: (a) Permittee must comply with the construction, maintenance, operation, and inspection requirements as detailed in paragraph (5) above. (b) Permittee must provide indemnity tetafee butting which agr mnts shalbe covenants running with thetitlof he and. (c) The applicant or permittee must provide traffic and safety studies at his own expense if, and whenever, required by the City Engineer. (d) This permit may be terminated at the discretion of the City. (e) All facilities or improvements shall comply with the clearance required from structures to utility lines as provided in the Standard Building Code or any other applicable code as adopted or as amended by the City of College Station Code of Ordinances. (f) All facilities or improvements must comply with all applicable City of College Station Codes and Ordinances in existence at the time of construction, unless specifically prohibited by said Codes or Ordinances. with the (g) All site work,Code as amended byition theCityroftCollege Station Codeion must f Ordinances. Buildingard (h) CollegeStationwaterway tion Code ofOrdinances s and asswork must ociated d Drainly with age Policy and Designter 13 of the Standards. (i) Permanent Signage If an identification sign is requested, a minimum of two hundred fifty (250) landscaping points must be provided per sign. The sign may not exceed one hundred fifty (150) square feet per sign face as measured by an imaginary rectangle of vertical and horizontal lines that contain all extremities of the copy and logo. The sign height cannot exceed fifteen feet (15'). (j) All facilities and improvements must assure that there is adequate sight clear- ance for traffic and pedestrian safety. 3-36 Rev.04/04 (k) The permittee shall provide a cash or surety bond in a sum sufficient to cover the costs of removal of its facilities or improvements by the City or any public utility upon terms and in an amount which is approved by the City Engineer. The bond or surety shall be submitted to the City Engineer upon approval of the permit but prior to its issuance and prior to the commencement of construction of any proposed improvements. (I) The costs of any relocation of public or private utility facilities and improvements within the public streets which may be associated with the installation of any perimeter's authorized facilities and improvements shall be borne by the permittee. (m) The City is prohibited from using any of its funds or employees for installation or maintenance with respect to a facility operated by permit except for inspection or removal purposes. (n) If irrigation and/or electrical lines are to be extended across a paved roadway, the applicant must pay a one-time fee in the amount of Thirty-five Dollars ($35.00) per square yard of extension area. The extension area is equivalent to three (3) times the yard length to be installed under the roadway. The fee will be waived if the applicant installs sleeves under the pavement and places the irrigation and/or electrical in the sleeves. (o) Permittee must notify the City Engineer of any change of information contained in the application or permit. (p) Permittee or fee simple owner must notify the City Engineer of any change in fee simple ownership of the property, expiration or renewal of lease or revocation or renewal of license agreement by fee simple owner. (q) This permit is valid only to whom it is issued and may not be assigned or trans- ferred. (r) Permittee may not modify the improvements authorized by permit. (8) Exemptions The City may establish or maintain, with its funds, materials, equipment, and personnel, any of the improvements or facilities described and shall not be required to issue a permit for any such improvement or facility established or maintained by the City; provided, however, that the City shall remove its improvement or facility placed by it upon any public street if there is a lawful need for the site or for access to the site by a utility company. This ordinance does not require a political subdivision of this state to obtain a permit to establish or maintain an improvement or facility authorized by other law. (9) Penalty for Violations Violations of the ordinance shall be punished in accordance with Chapter 1, Section 5 of the Code of Ordinances as amended from time to time. (10) Invalidity If any provision of this ordinance shall be held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable by a court or other tribunal of competent jurisdiction, the validity, legality, and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby. (11) Conflict with Other Ordinances That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are, to the extent of such conflict, hereby repealed. K. THOROUGHFARE AND TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PLAN 3-37 Rev.04/04 From: Troy Rother To: Trey Fletcher Date: 12/17/2004 11:57:28 AM Subject: Fwd: PIP Plantation Oaks/All-Phase Contracting >>> Bob Mosley 12/3/2004 1:59:18 PM >>> A PIP Application was sent to Troy. A bus stop is proposed to be constructed within the City ROW along Scarlett Ohara Road. There is not much to describe it except a hand sketch showing dimensions and the notations that it is to be a 6 foot by 20 foot wood frame with tin roof. Based upon the construction estimate from All-Phase Contracting it appears that it would be wood frame with treated lumber and 3/8 inch siding on three sides. The estimate indicates that the roof would be shingles. Are we not concerned about the aesthetic appearance of the structure to be constructed in the City ROW? /2 1(7/0(( 0.4914/ a-C (k