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04-00500276 V :33' `O(� FOR OFFICE USE ONLY ��'� P82 CASE NO.: 04-D-7-6 DATE SUBMITTED: \ a1-1o'0 l Iii(t SIAIION , SITE PLAN APPLICATION MINIMUM SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS t/, X Site plan application completed in full. X $200.00 Application Fee. /WA-A $200.00 Development Permit Application Fee. "N/A $600.00 Public Infrastructure Inspection Fee if applicable. (This fee is payable if construction of a public v waterline, sewerline, sidewalk, street or drainage facilities is involved.) Eleven (11) folded copies of site plan t/ X One (1) folded copy of the landscape plan. N/A One (1) copy of building elevation required for buildings with a footprint of 20,000 sq. ft. or greater X A list of building materials for all facades that are visible from the public right-of-way. X A copy of the attached site plan checklist with all items checked off or a brief explanation as to why they are not checked off. N/A Parkland Dedication requirement approved by the Parks & Recreation Board, please provide proof of approval (if applicable). Date of Preapplication Conference: 3/15/04 NAME OF PROJECT First Bank Of Snook ADDRESS 625 University Drive t Randall's University Park, Lot 2, Bol. 2189, pg. 249, Richard Carter LEGAL DESCRIPTION Survey A-8 APPLICANT/PROJECT MANAGER'S INFORMATION (Primary Contact for the Project): Name Wilson Fletcher Street Address P.O. Box 39 City Snook State Texas Zip Code 77878 E-Mail Address Phone Number 979-272-8603 Fax Number 979-272-1193 PROPERTY OWNER'S INFORMATION: Name Same as Above Street Address City State Zip Code _ E-Mail Address Phone Number _ Fax Number_ ---- ARCHITECT OR ENGINEER'S INFORMATION: Name Patterson Architects Street Address 701 S. Texas Avenue City Bryan State Texas Zip Code 77803 E-Mail Address design@patarch.com -- Phone Number 979-775-6036 Fax Number 979-779-0727 6/13/03 OTHER CONTACTS (Please specify type of contact, i.e. project manager, potential buyer, local contact, etc.) Name N/A Street Address City State Zip Code E-Mail Address Phone Number Fax Number CURRENT ZONING C-1 PRESENT USE OF PROPERTY Undeveloped PROPOSED USE OF PROPERTY Bank:with.drive through VARIANCE(S) REQUESTED AND REASON(S) None #OF PARKING SPACES REQUIRED 36 #OF PARKING SPACES PROVIDED 48 MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PARKLAND DEDICATION Total Acreage #of Multi-Family Dwelling Units Floodplain Acreage X$452 = $ Housing Units #of acres in floodplain #of 1 Bedroom Units #of acres in detention # of 2 Bedroom Units # of acres in greenways #of 3 Bedroom Units date dedication approved by Parks Board # of 4 Bedroom Units COMMERCIAL FOR 2 BEDROOM UNITS ONLY Total Acreage # Bedrooms= 132 sq. ft. Building Square Feet # Bedrooms< 132 sq. ft. Floodplain Acreage NOTE: Parkland Dedication fee is due prior to the issuance of a Building Permit The a..licant has pr-pared this application and certifies that the facts stated herein and exhibits attached heretoe true . d l.rrect. , y .ip_ December 3, 2004 Si.nature of Owne Agent or Applicant Date 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 MEMORANDUM December 17, 2004 TO: Wilson Fletcher, via fax 979.272.1193 FROM: Molly Hitchcock, Staff Planner SUBJECT: FIRST BANK OF SNOOK (SP) - Site Plan Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: One (1) revised site and landscaping plan. One (1) set of building elevations with required percentages shown, color samples, and material description. Easement Dedication Sheet and required documents. Please note that the Easement Dedication Sheet and the necessary documents are required prior to the issuance of a building permit. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Patterson Architects, via fax 779.0727 Case file #04-276 Home of Texas A&M University STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: FIRST BANK OF SNOOK (SP) — 04-276 On October 2004, the College Station City Council passed an ordinance amending the Unified Development Ordinance to include higher standards of non-residential architectural standards. The current site plan is considered incomplete at this time because it does not have all the information necessary to review the site plan in light of these standards. To help with the new requirements, I have included a copy of the ordinance highlighted with all applicable sections in this situation. Please call if I can be of further assistance. PLANNING 1. Please reference the FEMA map that was used for the flood plain determination. 2. Building lines were on the plat, but since they are a function of zoning, they change with the zoning ordinance. The building lines are as follows: 25-ft. front, 15-ft. rear, 15-ft. side street, and 7.5-ft. side. 3. So it may be screened from the right-of-way, please move the transformer back from the property line. Also, identify the material(s) to be used for screening. 4. I only count 41 parking spaces on site. Is this correct? 5. If you would like the off-site parking spaces to count towards the bank's parking, an alternative parking plan application will have to be submitted for the Administrator's consideration. At this time, the spaces are not needed to meet the bank's parking requirements. 6. A sidewalk is needed across the western median to help customers parking on the shopping center's drive aisle reach the bank building. 7. Please call out the 12' X 12' dumpster pad (interior clear space) dimension. 8. Please identify that the screening material(s) for the dumpster. 9. Please identify the minimum caliper of the crepe myrtles to be 1.25" per trunk. 10.A fire lane will have be provided across the front of the building. The parking lot entrance by Tarrow will have to be widened to a minimum of 20 feet. 11.Please shift the location of the live oak planted by the fire hydrant to ensure that it will not interfere with the hydrant's identification and use. 12. 1 included the lighting regulations with the attachment, but please be aware that canopy lights will have to be recessed into the canopy. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: December 13, 2004 ENGINEERING 1. Provide Water Design Report. 2. Provide size and slope of sewer service, and size of water service. 3. As a reminder, the irrigation meter is required to be in a public utility easement or ROW. NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and"bubbled"on your plans.Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City,will constitute a completely new review. Page 2 of 3 4. There are not enough offsite contours provided to show that stormwater will enter the existing inlet box. Taking the runoff into the back side of the inlet box instead of out into the drive aisle is preferable. Reviewed by: Josh Norton/Carol Cotter ELECTRICAL 1. Developer installs conduit per city specs and design. 2. Developer pours transformer pad(s) per city specs and design. 3. Developer installs pull boxes as per city specs and design.(pull boxes 4. provided by the city). 5. Developer provides load data for project. Email information to Sam Weido @ sweido@cstx.gov 6. Developer provides temporary blanket easement for construction purposes. To release temporary blanket easement once construction is complete, the developer provides meets and bounds descriptive easements. 7. College Station Utilities will provide electric design plan for installation of conduit, transformer pad and pull box. 8. To discuss any of the above electrical comments, please contact Sam Weido @ 764-6314, or email at sweido@cstx.gov. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: 12-10-04 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and"bubbled"on your plans.Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City,will constitute a completely new review. Page 3 of 3 Lci•Q L./ 230 —) z 2-6 361)-E-f-- PcAcr i—;vst ad.pL - ta44-rr I . 4ai 68fiQTfi pfcvs,.- :504,70) et 26b0(ft, 0: Or.t) cccrk cAj P A cM- 64 PATTERS O N 701 South Texas Avenue Bryan, Texas 77803 ARCHITECTS voice 979 775-6036 fax979 77rch TRANSMITTAL email design@patarch.com co Project: First Bank Date: April 13,2005 Project No: 2417 To: City of College Station Re: Site Plan Review Planning&Development Services 979-764-3570 Attention: Not Determined We Are Sending You The Following Items: X Drawings Prints Change Order X Samples Product Literature Specifications Shop Drawings For Your: Approval X Review&Comment Record Distribution to Others Use Information COPIES DATE REV. NO. DESCRIPTION 1 4/13/05 Sheet A1.1 1 4/13/05 Exterior Color Board Comments: Copy To: Project File By: Jeffrey A. Lednicky 04/14/05 14:55 FAX 9797790727 Patterson*Arch's OLV15 `L° g101 PATTERSON 4 ARCHITECTS 701 South Texas Avenue Bryan,Texas 77803 AI 4 a S voice 979 775-6036 fax979 779-0727 em .k � email design@patarch.com T LU.4 April 4,2005 Design Review Board t.ttiPare lW City of College Station P.O.Box 9960 y College Station, Texas 77840 .eel lip t Viti‘L Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 !14 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way,being those facing Arguello (north), Tarrow(east),and University(south). :ank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review • • 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no - - ence was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. La :- building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and inc • - - a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees, •.- ,ets are established and funds raised,and construction documents are developed, all base. .on those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requir- • -nt and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the clie while in full compliance with city ordinances. Changes late in the process are costly . . budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city or.'•.nces. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster an• • ass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome bui . •: as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design p- - eters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions, please contact y us.s.� t UUP iF- erV Sincerely, krz SOWNE 4". . -& WA �cul • vey L 1 VJ'U ' ' 1424`iLoeb ot& Architect tele Vxduk.rnottc=, OP ce 701 South Texas Aven C$4.4;1142 PATTERSON � • Bryan, Texas 77813 , �� ARCHITECTS voice 979 775-603 fax 979 779-072 )°C 114 email design@patarch.coi Tl�lq#15MIT Project: First Bank TAL Project No: 2417 'Date: 1�pri115,2005 To: City of College Station Re: Planning&Development Services Plan lan Review Attention: 14of I e3 We Are Sending You The Following Items: X Drawings Prints Change Order Samples P. Specifications Shop Drawings .p For Your: Approval J Review&Comment Record Distribution to Others X Use Information COPIES DATE REV. NO. DESCRIPTION 6 4/15/05 Sheet A1.1 6 4/15/05 Sheet L1.1 6 4/15/05 Sheet C1.1 Comments: Copy To: Project File By: Jeffrey A. Lednic' Vt1314.40.4, Pledger Kalkomey, Inc. I 0 •� 7020 Coyote Run �ryan,Texas 77808 �` 979-731-8000, 979-731-1500(Fax) K Consulting Engineers www.pkengineering.com March 18 , 2005 Mr. Fred Patterson Patterson Architects 701 South Texas Avenue Bryan, Texas 77803 Re: First Bank of Snook New Building PK Job No. 34104-291 Dear Mr. Patterson: Enclosed please find the following: 1 . Revised drainage area maps for the site . 2 . Revised Calculations for the proposed inlets . Approximately 1 . 06 Acres (Portions of Areas #1 and #2) of the site to be developed drains toward the Albertsons' detention pond through inlets #1 and #2 . The remaining 0 . 21 acre of the site (Area #3) drains toward Arguello Drive . The Albertsons' detention pond was designed to compensate for the excess runoff from existing and future development in areas #1 and #2 . A proposed inlet in area # 2 is added to account for the excess runoff caused by development in that area. No change to inlet #1 is needed for the proposed development in area #1 . While there is an increase in impervious groundcover in area #3 , the size of area #3 decreases resulting in no additional runoff towards Arguello Drive . Very my Yours,0.1111111P,0" . pF T \ Steve E.uncan, P.E. i�*• •* �j sed@pkengineering.com 1 • • STEVE E. DUNCAN DJW/bap 1/#.13'•. 83252 4,- �FS;./PENSC-.. �i Enclosures ���`NAL RECEIVE() ,°' h 1 13 716 S:\2004\34104-291 PATTERSON-Snook Bank\Patterson-03-revised detention letter.doc Brenham • Bryan • Rosenberg FIRST BANK OF SNOOK 3/18/05 10:00 AM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS STORM EVENT: B D E 10 YR STORM 80 8.5 0.763 DRAIN AREA I PROPOSED INLET 1: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) SEC MIN TC, MIN 0.00 10.00 TYPE C (TBL III-1) % C C, - LANDSCAPED AREAS(1.5%) 0.50 22.6% 0.11 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 77.4% 0.70 100.0% 0.81 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 8.63 TYPE SF ACRES A,ACRES LANDSCAPED AREAS 14,513 0.33 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 49,732 1.14 64,245 1.47 Q, CFS CIA 10.31 Q=4.82 AY°5 Q=INLET CAPACITY(CFS) A=OPEN AREA OF GRATE(FT2)= 1.90 FT2 Y= HEAD ABOVE INLET(FT)= 0.75 FT *Q =2*(0.75*4.82*3.3*0.75°5)= 11.90 CFS * Based on two Neenah Model R-3348 Grate Inlets with 25%reduction to account for collection of debris. DECEIVED ,'4R 1 8 Th115 Olfw3749 v ,00 7020 Coyote Run P Pledger Kalkome , Inc. Bryan,Texas 778081-1 8000,979-731-1500(Fax) 9-731- K Consulting Engineers www.pkengine9-731- enng.com January 6, 2005 Mr. Rick Ravey Patterson Architects 701 South Texas Avenue Bryan, Texas 77803 Re: Snook Bank PK Job No. 34104-291 Dear Mr. Ravey, Enclosed please find the following Fire Flow Requirement and Calculation for flow hydrant number B-062 . Very Truly Yours, teve E. Duncan, P.E. sed@pkengineeing.com SED/gah Enclosures RECEIVED JAN 1 2 r S:\2004\34104-291 PATTERSON-Snook Bank\Patterson-02-Fireflow calculation.doc Brenham • Bryan • Rosenberg SNOOK BANK CITY OF COLLEGE STATION PK JOB#34104-291 FIRE FLOW CALCULATION CALCULATED FLOW Fire Flow at hydrant B-062: _� � ZOS of rE,lgs11, With 20-psi pressure at Static Hydrant B-009: :*;• *ll� i*: ••:*�I �• I Q, =29.83cdD2 Pp % •s � E.SIEVEDUNCAN 83252 ; Q, _(29.83)(0.9)(2.5)2/6-3=1,353 gpm ,lj ge. l/CEN"'� •• )0 54 ,�?.itt Qf —Q, PS —Pr ,1; Qi. =(1,353)(94—201.54 1,353)((94-20osa 94-20 =6,540 gpm With 20-psi pressure at Static Hydrant B-010: Q, =29.83cdD2 , Q, _(29.83)(0.9)(2.5)2 65 =1,353 gpm 0.54 PS —20 Qf =Q, Ps —P, 84-20 osa Qf =(1,353)( 84—8384-21 =12,783 gpm Where: Q, = residual flow at the pitot pressure(gpm) Qf = Fire Flow(gpm) cd = friction loss (usually 0.9 for smooth 2.5-in opening) D = diameter of opening in inches (2.5 in most cases) Pp = pitot pressure(psig) Pr = residual pressure(psig) PS = static pressure(psig) SNOOK BANK CITY OF COLLEGE STATION PK JOB#34104-291 FIRE FLOW CALCULATION REQUIRED FLOW Building Type= IIB (Section 602.2 and 1505 of 2000 International Building Code) Fire Area= 8,752 square feet (Section B104.1 of 2000 International Fire Code) Required Fire Flow=2,000 gpm (Table B105.1 of 2000 International Fire Code) Number of hydrants required= 2 (Table C105.1 of 2000 International Fire Code) RESULTS 6,540 gpm available>2,000 gpm required = OK 2 hydrants available=2 hydrant required = OK MCollege Station Utilities Reliable,Affordable, Community Owned 1601 GRAHAM ROAD COLLEGE STATION TEXAS 77845 Date: 13 DECEMBER 2004 From: Butch Willis Water Wastewater Division Phone: 979-764-3435 Fax: 979-764-3452 FLOW TEST REPORT Nozzle size: 2.5 inch Location: ARGUELLO Flow hydrant number: B-062 Pitot reading: 65 (GPM): 1350 Static hydrant number: B-010 Static PSI: 84 Residual PSI: 83 OfCollege Station Utilities Reliable,Affordable, Community Owned 1601 GRAHAM ROAD COLLEGE STATION TEXAS 77845 Date: 13 DECEMBER 2004 From: Butch Willis Water Wastewater Division Phone: 979-764-3435 Fax: 979-764-3452 FLOW TEST REPORT Nozzle size: 2.5 inch Location: ARGUELLO Flow hydrant number: B-062 Pitot reading: 65 (GPM): 1350 Static hydrant number: B-009 Static PSI: 94 Residual PSI: 90 s CHAPTER 6 TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION SECTION 601 602.4.2 Floor framing.Wood beams and girders shall be of 1 GENERAL sawn or glued laminated timber and shall be not less than 6 inches (152 mm) nominal in width and not less than 10 601.1 Scope.The provisions of this chapter shall control the inches (254 mm) nominal in depth. Framed sawn or glued classification of buildings as to type of construction. laminated timber arches. which spring from the floor line and support floor loads,shall be not less than 8 inches(203 SECTION 602 mm)nominal in any dimension.Framed timber trusses sup- CONSTRUCTION CLASSIFICATION porting floor loads shall have members of not less than 8 inches(203 mm)nominal in any dimension. 602.1 General. Buildings and structures erected or to be erected,altered or extended in height or area shall be classi 602.43 Roof framing.Wood-framed or glued laminated- fied in one of the five construction types defined in Sections arches for roof construction,which spring from the floor 602.2 through 602.5.The building elements shall have a fire line or from grade and do not support floor loads shall resistance rating not less than that specified in Table 601 and have members not less than 6 inches(152 mm)nominal in exterior walls shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than width and have less than 8 inches (203 mm) nominal in ' f. that specified in Table 602. 4 depth for the lower half of the height and not less than 6 i _ inches (152 mm) nominal in depth for the upper half. ; 602.1.1 Minimum requirements. A building or portion Framed or glued laminated arches for roof construction = thereof shall not be required to conform to the details of a that spring from the top of walls or wall abutments, type of construction higher than that type,which meets the framed timber trusses, and other roof framing, which do minimum requirements based on occupancy even though ort floor loads,shall have members not less than ', certain features of such a building actually conform to a not su 4 inches (102 mm) nominal in width and not less than 6 t„�•.. • higher type of construction. inches(152 mm)nominal in depth.Spaced members may ,;,- ' 602.2 Types I and II.Types I and II construction are those be composed of two or more pieces not less than 3 inches types of construction in which the building elements listed in (76 mm) nominal in thickness where blocked solidly Table 601 are of noncombustible materials. throughout their intervening spaces or where spaces are tightly closed by a continuous wood cover plate of not less 6023 Type III. Type III construction is that type of con- than 2 inches(51 mm)nominal in thickness secured to the struction in which the exterior walls are of noncombustible underside of the members. Splice plates shall be not less materials and the interior building elements are of any mate- ; ate than 3 inches (76 mm) nominal in thickness. Where pro- rial permitted by this code.Fire-retardant-treated wood fram- tected by approved automatic sprinklers under the roof ing complying with Section 2303.2 shall be permitted within deck,framing members shall be not less than 3 inches (76 exterior wall assemblies of a 2-hour rating or less. mm) nominal in width. 602.4 Type IV.Type IV construction(Heavy Timber,HT) is 602.4.4 Floors.Floors shall be without concealed spaces. that type of construction in which the exterior walls are of Wood floors shall be of sawn or glued laminated planks, noncombustible materials and the interior building elements splined,or tongue-and-groove,of not less than 3 inches(76 are of solid or laminated wood without concealed spaces.The mm)nominal in thickness covered with 1 inch (25.4 mm) • details of Type IV construction shall comply with the provi nominal dimension tongue-and-groove flooring, laid Q•,P mons of this section. Fire-retardant-treate• d wood framing `}i complying with Section 2303.2 shall be permitted within crosswise or diagonally, or 0.5 inch (12.7 mm) particle �: board or planks not less than 4 inches (102 mm) nominal exterior wall assemblies with a 2-hour rating or less. in width set on edge close together and well spiked and 602.4.1 Columns.Wood columns shall be sawn or glued covered with 1 inch(25.4 mm),nominal,dimension floor- laminated and shall not be less than 8 inches (203 mm), ing or'/2-inch(12.7 mm)wood structural panel or 0.5-inch nominal, in any dimension where supporting floor loads (12.7 mm) particle board.The lumber shall be laid so that . and not less than 6 inches(152 mm)nominal in width and no continuous line of joints will occur except at points of '''' not less than 8 inches (203 mm) nominal in depth where support.Floors shall not extend closer than 0.5 inch (12.7 supporting roof and ceiling loads only. Columns shall be mm)to walls.Such 0.5-inch(12.7 mm)space shall be cov- '=continuous or superimposed and connected in an ered by a molding fastened to the wall and so arranged that .;'proved manner. it will not obstruct the swelling or shrinkage move _...�_.... 87 602.4.5-603.1 TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION ments of the floor.Corbeling of masonry walls under the 4. Roof coverings that have an A,B or C classification. floor may be used in place of molding. 5. Interior floor finish and interior finish, trim and mill- 602.45 Roofs.Roofs shall be without concealed spaces and work such as doors, door frames, window sashes and wood roof decks shall be sawn or glued laminated,splined or frames. tongue-and-groove plank, not less than 2 inches (51 mm) 6. Where not installed over 15 feet (4572 mm) above thick,11/8(32 mm)-inch-thick wood structural panel(exteri- grade, show windows,nailing or furring strips, wood- or glue),or of planks not less than 3 inches(76 mm)nominal en bulkheads below show windows, their frames, wide, set on edge close together and laid as required for aprons and show cases. floors. Other types of decking may be used if providing equivalent fire resistance and structural properties. 7. Finish flooring applied directly to the floor slab or to wood sleepers that are firestopped in accordance with 602.4.6 Partitions. Partitions shall be of solid wood con- Section 716.2.7. struction formed by not less than two layers of 1-inch (25 8. Partitions dividing portions of stores,offices or similar mm)matched boards or laminated construction 4 inches(100 mm)thick,or of 1-hour fire-resistance-rated construction. places occupied by one tenant only and which do not establish a corridor serving an occupant load of 30 or 602.4.7 Exterior structural members.Where a horizon- more may be constructed of fire-retardant-treated tal separation of 20 feet (6096 mm) or more is provided, wood, 1-hour fire-resistive construction or of wood wood columns and arches conforming to heavy timber panels or similar light construction up to 6 feet (1829 sizes may be used externally. mm) in height. 6025 Type V.Type V construction is that type of construc- 9. Platforms as permitted in Section 410. tion in which the structural elements, exterior walls and inte- 10. Materials complying with Section 602 of the rior walls are of any materials permitted by this code. International Mechanical Code. SECTION 603 11. Combustible exterior wall coverings,balconies,bay or COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL IN TYPES I oriel windows, or similar appendages in accordance AND II CONSTRUCTION with Chapter 14. 12. Blocking such as for handrails,millwork,cabinets,and 603.1 Allowable uses. Combustible materials are permitted in buildings of Type I and Type II construction in the follow window and door frames. ing applications: 13. Light-transmitting plastics as permitted by Chapter 26. 1. Fire-retardant-treated wood shall be permitted in: 14. Mastics and caulking materials applied to provide flex ible seals between components of exterior wall con- 1.1. Nonbearing partitions where the required fire- resistance rating is 2 hours or less. struction. 15. Exterior plastic veneer installed in accordance with 1.2. Nonbearing exterior walls where no fire rating is required. Section 2605.2. 1.3. Roof construction as permitted in Table 601, 16. Nailing or furring strips as permitted by Section 803.3. Note c,Item 3. 17. Heavy timber as permitted by Note C,Item 2,to Table 2. Thermal and acoustical insulation, other than foam 601 and Sections 602.4.7 and 1406.3. plastics,having a flame spread index of not more than 18. Aggregates, component materials and admixtures as 25. permitted by Section 703.2.2. Exceptions: 19. Sprayed cementitious and mineral fiber fire-resistive 1. Insulation placed between two layers of noncom- materials installed to comply with Section 1704.11. bustible materials without an intervening air 20. Materials used to protect penetrations in fire-resistance-rated space shall be allowed to have a flame spread assemblies in accordance with Section 711. index of not more than 100. 2. Insulation installed between a finished floor and 21. Materials used to protect joints in fire-resistance-rated r,I solid decking without intervening air space shall assemblies in accordance with Section 712. be allowed to have a flame spread index of not 22. Materials allowed in the concealed spaces of buildings more than 200. of Types I and II construction in accordance with 3. Foam plastics in accordance with Chapter 26. Section 716.5. 88 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE® . r?,r. ,9 ' TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION TABLE 601 —TABLE 602 y, TABLE 601 FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDING ELEMENTS(hours) TYPE I TYPE II TYPE III TYPE IV TYPE V BUILDING ELEMENT A B Ad 0B Ad B HT Ad I B Structural framea Including columns,girders,trusses 3h 2h I 0 I 0 HT l 0 - 1Bearing walls `' Exterior 3 2 I 0 2 2 2 l 0 t Interior 3b 2h 1 0 1 0 I/HT 1 0 '. Nonbearing walls and partitions Y. Exterior See Table 602 '', j Interiors See Section 602 Floor construction • Including supporting beams 2 2 1 0 1 0 HT 1 0 and joists r Roof construction Including supporting beams 11/20 I c 1 N 0', I e 0 HT lc 0 and joists or SI: 1 foot=304.8 mm. The structural frame shall be considered to be the columns and the girders,beams,trusses and spandrels having direct connections to the columns and bracing members designed to cam gravity loads.The members of floor or roof panels which have no connection to the columns shall be considered =y secondary members and not a part of the structural frame. Roof supports:Fire-resistance ratings of structural frame and bearing walls are permitted to be reduced by I hour where supporting a roof only. 1. Except in Factory-Industrial(F-I),Hazardous(H),Mercantile(M)and Moderate Hazard Storage(S-I)occupancies,fire protection of structur- al members shall not be required.including protection of roof framing and decking where every part of the roof construction is 20 feet or more above any floor immediately below.Fire-retardant-treated wood members shall be allowed to be used for such unprotected members. 2. In all occupancies,heavy timber shall be allowed where a I-hour or less fire-resistance rating is required. g 3. In Type 1 and Type II construction,fire-retardant-treated wood shall be allowed in buildings not over two stories including girders and trusses as part of the roof construction. An approved automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1 shall be allowed to be substituted for I-hour fire-resistance-rated con- struction,provided such system is not otherwise required by other provisions of the code or used for an allowable area increase in accordance with Section 506.3 or an allowable height increase in accordance with Section 504.2.The 1-hour substitution for the fire resistance of exterior walls shall not be permitted. ,,.e. For interior nonbearing partitions in Type IV construction,also see Section 602.4.6. I. Not less than the fire-resistance rating based on fire separation distance(see Table 602.) iy TABLE 602 FIRE-RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR EXTERIOR WALLS BASED ON FIRE SEPARATION DISTANCEa 4 FIRE , SEPARATION i DISTANCE TYPE OF GROUP GROUP F-1, GROUP A,B,E, i (feet) CONSTRUCTION H M,S-1 F-2,I,Rb,S-2,U < 5c All 3 2 I t' > 5 I-A 3 2 1 f < 10 Others 2 I 10 I-A,I-B 2 I 1 < 30 II-B,V-B 1 0 0 Others 1 I I " >— 30 All 0 0 0 81: 1 foot=304.8 mm. ,4,,Load-bearing exterior walls shall also comply with the fire-resistance rating requirements of Table 601. oup R-3 and Group U when used as accessory to Group R-3,as applicable in Section 101.2 shall not be required to have a fire-resistance rating where e separation distance is 3 feet or more. Section 503.2 for party walls. ,',!„INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE® 1503-1505.1 ROOF ASSEMBLIES AND ROOFTOP STRUCTURES SECTION 1503 15043 Wind resistance of nonballasted roofs.Roof cover- ' WEATHER PROTECTION ings installed on roofs in accordance with Section 1507 that are mechanically attached or adhered to the roof deck shall 1503.1 General.Roof decks shall be covered with approved be designed to resist the design wind load pressures for roof coverings secured to the building or structure in accor- cladding in Chapter 16. dance with the provisions of this chapter. Roof coverings shall be designed, installed and maintained in accordance with this code and the approved manufacturer's installation 15043.1 Other roof systems. Roof systems with built instructions such that the roof covering shall serve to protect up, modified bitumen, fully adhered or mechanically the building or structure. attached single ply through fastened metal panel roof sys tems. and other types of membrane roof coverings shall 1503.2 Flashing. Flashing shall be installed in such a man- also be tested in accordance with FM 4450,FM 4470,UL ner as to prevent moisture entering the wall through the joints 580 or UL 1897. in the coping,through moisture-permeable material,at inter- sections with the roof plane or at parapet wall penetrations. 15043.2 Metal panel roof systems.Metal panel roof sys- tems through fastened or standing seam shall be tested in 1503.2.1 Locations.Flashing shall be installed at wall and accordance with UL 580 or ASTM E 1592. roof intersections;at gutters;wherever there is a change in roof slope or direction; and around roof openings. Where 1504.4 Ballasted low-slope roof systems. Ballasted low- flashing is of metal,the metal shall be corrosion resistant slope (roof slope < 2:12) single-ply roof system coverings with a thickness of not less than 0.019 inch (No. 26 gal vanized sheet). installed in accordance with Section 1507 shall be designed in accordance with ANSI/RMA/SPRI RP-4. 1503.3 Coping. Parapet walls shall be properly coped with noncombustible, weatherproof materials of a width no less 15045 Physical properties.Roof coverings installed on low than the thickness of the parapet wall. slope roofs (roof slope < 2:12) in accordance with Section 1507 shall demonstrate physical integrity over the working [P] 1503.4 Roof drainage. Design and installation of roof life of the roof based upon 2.000 hours of exposure to accel- drainage systems shall comply with the International erated weathering tests conducted in accordance with ASTM Plumbing Code. G23.ASTM G26 or ASTM G53.Those roof coverings that are subject to cyclical flexural response due to wind loads 1503.4.1 Gutters.Gutters and leaders placed on the out- shall not demonstrate any significant loss of tensile strength side of buildings, other than Group R-3 as applicable in for unreinforced membranes or breaking strength for rein Section 101.2, private garages, and buildings of Type V construction, shall be of noncombustible material or a forced membranes when tested as herein required. minimum of Schedule 40 plastic pipe. 1504.6 Impact resistance.Roof coverings installed on low- 15035 Roof ventilation. Intake and exhaust vents shall be slope roofs (roof slope < 2:12) in accordance with Section provided in accordance with Section 1202.2 and the manu- 1507 shall resist impact damage based on the results of tests facturer's installation instructions. conducted in accordance with ASTM D 3746, ASTM D 4272,CGSB 37-GP-52M or FM 4470. SECTION 1504 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS SECTION 1505 1504.1 Wind resistance of roofs.Roof decks and roof cov FIRE CLASSIFICATION erings shall be designed for wind loads in accordance with 1505.1 General. Roof assemblies shall be divided into the Chapter 16 and Sections 1504.2, 1504.3 and 1504.4. classes defined below.Class A,B and C roof assemblies and Exception: Asphalt shingles shall be connected to the roof coverings required to be listed by this section shall be roof deck in accordance with Section 1507.2. tested in accordance with ASTM E 108 or UL 790. In addi- tion,fire-retardant-treated wood roof coverings shall be test- 1504.2 Wind resistance of clay and concrete tile.Clay and ed in accordance with ASTM D 2898. The minimum roof concrete tile roof coverings shall be connected to the roof coverings installed on buildings shall comply with Table deck in accordance with Chapter 16. 1505.1 based on the type of construction of the building. 276 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE® ROOF ASSEMBLIES AND ROOFTOP STRUCTURES TABLE 1505.1 - 1507.1 TABLE 1505.1a,b 1505.6.1 Fire-retardant-treated shingles and shakes. MINIMUM ROOF COVERING CLASSIFICATION Fire-retardant-treated wood shakes and shingles shall be FOR TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION treated by impregnation with chemicals by the full-cell IA IB IIA IIB IIIA IIIB IV VA VB vacuum-pressure process, in accordance with AWPA C l. B B B Cc B Cc B B Cc Each bundle shall be marked to identify the manufactured unit and the manufacturer, and shall also be labeled to For SI: 1 foot=304.8 mm. 1 square foot=0.0929 m2. identify the classification of the material in accordance a. Unless otherwise required in accordance with the Urban Witdiand with the testing required in Section 1505.6(Class B or C). Interface Code or due to the location of the building within a fire district in accordance with Appendix D. the treating company and the quality control agency. b. Nonclassified roof coverings shall be permitted on buildings of Group R- 3 as applicable in Section 101.2 and C occupancies.where there is a min- 1505.7 Special purpose roofs.Special purpose wood shingle imum fire-separation distance of 6 feet measured from the leading edge or wood shake roofing shall conform with the grading and of the roof. c. Buildings that are not more than two stories in height and having not application requirements of Section 1507.8 or 1507.9. In more than 6,000 square feet of projected roof area and where there is a addition,an underlayment of 0.625 inch (15.9 mm) Type X minimum 10-foot fire-separation distance from the leading edge of the roof to a lot line on all sides of the building,except for street fronts or water-resistant gypsum backing board or gypsum sheathing public ways,shall be permitted to have roofs of No. 1 cedar or redwood shall be placed under minimum nominal 0.5-inch-thick(12.7 shakes and No. I shingles constructed in accordance with Section mm)wood structural panel solid sheathing or 1-inch(25 mm) 1505.6. nominal spaced sheathing. 1505.2 Class A roof assemblies.Class A roof assemblies are SECTION 1506 those that are effective against severe fire test exposure. MATERIALS Class A roof assemblies and roof coverings shall be listed and identified as Class A by an approved testing agency.Class A 1506.1 Scope.The requirements set forth in this section shall roof assemblies shall be permitted for use in buildings or apply to the application of roof covering materials specified structures of all types of construction. herein. Roof coverings shall be applied in accordance with Exception:Class A roof assemblies include those with cover- this chapter and the manufacturer's installation instructions. ings of brick,masonry,slate.clay or concrete roof tile,exposed Installation of roof coverings shall comply with the applica concrete roof deck,ferrous or copper shingles or sheets. ble provisions of Section 1507. 15053 Class B roof assemblies.Class B roof assemblies are 1506.2 Compatibility of materials. Roofs and roof coverings those that are effective against moderate fire-test exposure. shall be of materials that are compatible with each other and Class B roof assemblies and roof coverings shall be listed with the building or structure to which the materials are applied. and identified as Class B by an approved testing agency. 15063 Material specifications and physical characteris- Exception: Class B roof assemblies include those with tics.Roof covering materials shall conform to the applicable coverings of metal sheets and shingles. standards listed in this chapter. In the absence of applicable ` standards or where materials are of questionable suitability, 1505.4 Class C roof assemblies.Class C roof assemblies are testing by an approved testing agency shall be required by the those that are effective against light fire-test exposure.Class building official to determine the character,quality and limi- C roof assemblies and roof coverings shall be listed and Iden- Cations of application of the materials. tified as Class C by an approved testing agency. 1506.4 Product identification. Roof covering materials 1505.5 Nonclassified roofing. Nonclassified rooting is shall be delivered in packages bearing the manufacturer's approved material that is not listed as a Class A,Class B or identifying marks and approved testing agency labels Class C roof covering. required in accordance with Section 1505.Bulk shipments of materials shall be accompanied with the same information 1505.6 Wood shingles and shakes.When testing wood shin- issued in the form of a certificate or on a bill of lading by the gles and shakes in accordance with ASTM E 108 and ASTM manufacturer. D 2898 (including Method A and B of the rain test),the fire tests shall include the intermittent flame test,spread of flame SECTION 1507 test,burning brand test and flying brand test.Additionally,at REQUIREMENTS FOR ROOF COVERINGS the conclusion of the rain test,test panels shall be subjected to the intermittent flame test, burning brand test and flying 1507.1 Scope.Roof coverings shall be applied in accordance brand test.Shakes and shingles shall also be subjected to the with the applicable provisions of this section and the manu- weathering test as specified in UL 790. facturer's installation instructions. 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE® 277 Appendix B FIRE-FLOW REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDINGS SECTION B101 B104.3 Type IA and Type IB construction.The fire area of GENERAL buildings constructed of Type IA and Type IB construction shall be the area of the three largest successive floors. B101.1 Scope. The procedure for determining fire-flow re- quirements for buildings or portions of buildings hereafter con- Exception:Fire area for open parking garages shall be de- structed shall be in accordance with this appendix. This termined by the area of the largest floor. appendix does not apply to structures other than buildings. SECTION B105 FIRE-FLOW REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDINGS SECTION B102 B105.1 One- and two-family dwellings. The minimum fire DEFINITIONS flow requirements for one-and two-family dwellings having a B102.1 Definitions.For the purpose of this appendix,certain fire area which does not exceed 3,600 square feet(344 m2)shall terms are defined as follows: be 1,000 gallons per minute(3785 L/min).Fire flow and flow duration for dwellings having a fire area in excess of 3,600 FIRE AREA.The floor area,in square feet,used to determine square feet(344 m2)shall not be less than that specified in Table the required fire flow. B105.1. FIRE FLOW.The flow rate of a water supply,measured at 20 Exception:A reduction in required fire flow of 50 percent, pounds per square inch(psi)(138 kPa)residual pressure,that is as approved, is allowed where the building is equipped available for fire fighting. throughout with an approved automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Chapter 9 of the International Fire Code. B 105.2 Buildings other than one-and two-family dwellings. SECTION B103 The minimum fire flow and flow duration for buildings other MODIFICATIONS than one-and two-family dwellings shall be as specified in Ta- B103.1 Decreases. The fire chief is authorized to reduce the ble B105.1. fire-flow requirements for isolated buildings or a group of Exception:A reduction in required fire flow of up to 75 per- buildings in rural areas or small communities where the devel- cent,as approved,is allowed when the building is provided opment of full fire-flow requirements is impractical. with an approved automatic sprinkler system installed in ac- cordance with Section 903.3.1.1 or 903.3.1.2 of the Interna- B103.2 Increases.The fire chief is authorized to increase the tional Fire Code. The resulting fire flow shall not be less fire-flow requirements where conditions indicate an unusual than 1,500 gallons per minute(5678 L/min.). susceptibility to group fires or conflagrations.An increase shall not be more than twice that required for the building under con- sideration. B103.3 Areas without water supply systems. For informa- tion regarding water supplies for fire-fighting purposes in rural and suburban areas in which adequate and reliable water supply systems do not exist, the code official is authorized to utilize NFPA 1231 or the IFCI Urban Wildland Interface Code. SECTION B104 FIRE AREA B104.1 General.The fire area shall be the total floor area of all floor levels within the exterior walls,and under the horizontal projections of the roof of a building used to protect storage or use areas,except as modified in Sections B 104.2 and B 104.3. B104.2 Area separation.Portions of buildings which are sepa- rated by fire walls without openings constructed in accordance with the International Building Code are allowed to be consid- ered as separate fire areas. i 357 2000 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE® APPENDIX B FIRE-FLOW REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDINGS TABLE B105.1 4 MINIMUM REQUIRED FIRE FLOW AND FLOW DURATION FOR BUILDINGS \� FIRE AREA(square feet) FIRE FLOW FLOW Type IA and IB° Type IIA and IIIA° Type IV and V-A° Type IIB and IIIB° Type V-Be (gallons per minute)b DURATION(hours) 0-22,700 0-12,700 0-8,200 0-5,900 0-3.600 1,500 22,701-30,200 12,701-17,000 8.201-10,900 5.901-7,900 3,601-4,800 1,750 30,201-38,700 17.001-21,800 10,901-12,900 7,901-9,800 4.801-6,200 4k 2,000 2 38.701-48,300 21,801-24,200 12.901-17,400 9,801-12,600 6.201-7,700 2,250 48.301-59,000 24,201-33,200 17,401-21,300 12,601-15,400 7,701-9.400 2,500 59.001-70,900 33,201-39,700 21.301-25,500 15,401-18,400 9.401-11,300 22.750 - 70,901-83,700 39.701-47,100 25,501-30,100 18,401-21,800 11.301-13,400 3.000 83,701-97,700 47,101-54,900 30,101-35,200 21,801-25,900 13.401-15,600 3,250 3 97,701-112,700 54,901-63,400 35,201-40,600 25,901-29,300 15,601-18,000 3.500 112,701-128,700 63,401-72,400 40,601-46,400 29,301-33,500 18.001-20,600 3,750 128.701-145,900 72,401-82,100 46,401-52,500 33,501-37,900 20.601-23,300 4,000 145,901-164,200 82,101-92,400 52,501-59,100 37,901-42,700 23.301-26,300 4,250 , 164,201-183,400 92.401-103,100 59,101-66,000 42,701-47,700 26.301-29,300 4,500 183.401-203,700 103,101-114,600 66,001-73,300 47,701-53,000 29.301-32,600 4,750 203.701-225,200 114,601-126,700 73,301-81,100 53,001-58,600 32,601-36,000 5,000 t. 225,201-247,700 126.701-139,400 81,101-89,200 58.601-65,400 36.001-39,600 5,250 3 247.701-271,200 139,401-152,600 89,201-97,700 65,401-70,600 39.601-43,400 5,500 271.201-295,900 152,601-166,500 97,701-106,500 70,601-77,000 43.401-47,400 5,750 295,901-Greater 166,501-Greater 106,501-115,800 77,001-83,700 47.401-51,500 6,000 4 _ - 115,801-125,500 83,701-90,600 51,501-55,700 6,250 11 125,501-135,500 90,601-97,900 55.701-60,200 6,500 ) - - 135,501-145,800 97,901-106,800 60.201-64,800 6,750 - - 145,801-156,700 106,801-113,200 64.801-69,600 7.000 - - 156.701-167,900 113,201-121,300 69.601-74,600 7,250 Ai - - 167.901-179,400 121,301-129,600 74.601-79,800 7,500 )' - - 179.401-191,400 129,601-138,300 79.801-85,100 7,750 - - 191,401-Greater 138,301-Greater 85.101-Greater 8.000 For SI: 1 square foot=0.0929 m2, 1 gallon per minute=3.785 L/m, 1 pound per square inch=6.895 kPa. a. Types of construction are based on the International Building Code. 3 b. Measured at 20 psi. 111 �� i`a wM ! 0i M� } i - Y. 't i, `i 2000 INTERNATIONA-: 13�' 358 .1". Appendix C FIRE HYDRANT LOCATIONS AND DISTRIBUTION i I SECTION C101 SECTION C104 l GENERAL CONSIDERATION OF EXISTING FIRE HYDRANTS C101.1 Scope. Fire hydrants shall he provided in accoraa tcc C 104.1 Existing fire hydrants.Existing fire hydrants on pub- with this appendix for the protection of buildinss,or poru,vt:,•f :c str ee:s re 2.c w e,i to be considered as available. Existine buildings,hereafter constructed. : rc h%CrW.s c. achacent properties shall not be considered nailabie ,e apparatus access roads extend between SECTION C102 : r 'n'hertios_ ,'easements are established to prevent obstruction LOCATION :f such rca s. C102.1 Fire hydrant locations. Fire hydrants shall he pro- vided along required fire apparatus access roads and adjacent public streets. SECTION C105 DISTRIBUTION OF FIRE HYDRANTS SECTION C103 C 105.1 Hydrant spacing. The average spacing between fire NUMBER OF FIRE HYDRANTS h‘Brants shall not exceed that listed in Table C105.1. .y C103.1 Fire hydrants available.The minimum number of tire hydrants available to a building shall not be less than that listed Exception: The Circ chief is authorized to accept a defi- ciency of up to 10 percent where existing fire hydrants pro- in Table C105.1. The number of fire hydrants available to a vide all or a portion of the required fire hydrant service. complex or subdivision shall not be less than that determined by spacing requirements listed in Table C105.1 when applied to Reganiless of the average spacing,fire hydrants shall be lo- fire apparatus access roads and perimeter public streets from cued such that all points on streets and access roads adjacent to } which fire operations could be conducted. a huildina are within the distances listed in Table C105.1. TABLE C105.1 it NUMBER AND DISTRIBUTION OF FIRE HYDRANTS P.'i AVERAGE SPACING MAXIMUM DISTANCE FROM t4 FIRE-FLOW REQUIREMENT MINIMUM NUMBER BETWEEN HYDRANTS'b.` ANY POINT ON STREET OR ROAD J (9Pm) w` OF HYDRANTS (feet) FRONTAGE TO A HYDRANTd — ,, 1,750 or less I 500 250 — i 2,000-2,250 2 450 225 2.500 �1 — 3 -150 225 — ''` 3,000 3 400 225 ' 3,500-4,000 4 — :SQ 210 — 4,500-5,000 5 300 180 5.500 6 300 180 — 6.000 6 250 150 6,500-7,000 7250 150 — 7,500 or more 8 or more 200 120 y, SI: 1 foot=304.8 mm, 1 gallon per minute=3.785 Urn. — — 71•educe by 100 feet for dead-end streets or roads. ,.,• a streets are provided with median dividers which can be crossed by lire lighters pulling hose lines,or where arterial streets are provided with four or more c lanes and have a traffic count of more than 30,000 vehicles per day,hydrant spacing shall average 500 feet on each side of the street and be arranged on an al- •ing basis up to a fire-flow requirement of 7,000 gallons per minute and 4I0 leo tier higher tiro-[low requirements. e new water mains are extended along streets where hydrants are not needed for protection of structures or similar fire problems,fire hydrants shall be pro- -,at spacing not to exceed 1,000 feet to provide for transportation haiards. w' ce by 50 feet for dead-end streets or roads. ..hydrant for each 1,00)gallons per minute or fraction thereof. b ERNATIONAL FIRE CODE® 359 r ) 0's Cl° PAT T E R S O N 701 South Texas Avenue 1CJ 1 �',1 Bryan, Texas 77803 , \ J ARCHITECTS �`�- voice 979 775-6036 fax979779-0727 TRANSMITTAL email design@patarch.com Project: First Bank Date: March 30, 2005 Project No: 2417 To: City of College Station Re: Attention: Not Determined We Are Sending You The Following Items: X Drawings Prints Change Order Samples Product Literature X Specifications Li Shop Drawings For Your: Approval X Review&Comment Record Distribution to Others Use Information COPIES DATE REV. NO. DESCRIPTION 2 3/30/05 24x36 Sheets (Revised A1.1 &L1.1) 1 3/30/05 Revised Drainage Area Maps 1 3/30/05 Revised Calculations for proposed inlets 1 3/30/05 Revised Fire Flow requirement and calcuations Comments: Copy To: Project File By: Jeffrey A. Lednicky JV Citt-71(P PATTERSON ° 1°C) cc °. ARCHITECTS #511 ��Nr'`-M Memorandum To Molly Hitchcock, City of College Station Project No. 2417 From Fred Patterson File No. CA Date 28 March 2005 Project First Bank of Snook, College Station Branch (SP)-04-276 Subject Response to Site Development Staff Review Comments No. 1 I have reviewed the staff comments for the above project and have the following remarks for your consideration: GENERAL 1. Requested items for the amended Unified Development Ordinance, which included higher standards for the non-residential architectural standards, have not all been addressed on the site plan. 2. Additional UDO requirements pertaining to site design, such as bicycle racks, have been added. Exterior building materials, percentage of coverage and colors will be submitted under separate cover. PLANNING 1. The FEMA map has been note on the site plan drawing as map no. 48041C0142- C, panel 142. 2. Building lines have been modified to match the latest zoning ordinance. 3. The transformer has been moved back and screened with a 5' high, split face CMU wall. 4. There are 41 spaces on the site plan. The numbers have been changed on the drawing. 5. Off site parking will not be considered at this time. 6. Sidewalks have been added at the north and south ends of the west-parking row. 7. Dumpster pad screen wall dimensions have been noted on the site plan drawing as inside clear dimensions. 8. The dumpster screening material has been noted on the site plan drawing as split face CMU. 9. Minimum caliper of the crepe myrtles has been noted on the landscape plan drawing as 1.25". 10. The fire lane at the front of the building was requested but not required by the fire marshal. 701 South Texas Avenue • Bryan, Texas 77803 • Voice 979 775 6036 • Fax 979 779 0727 • Web www.patarch.com • Molly Hitchcock Page 2 11. The live oak tree near the fire hydrant has been repositioned on the landscape drawing to a point 13 feet away. 12. Canopy lights are recessed. ENGINEERING 1. Water design report is on the site plan drawing in a framed box on the right side of the page. 2. Water and sewer information has been shown on the site plan drawing. Water line is 2"; sanitary sewer line is 4" with minimum 1/8" slope. 3. Water meters are located on the north property line where a 15' utility easement already exists. 4. An additional inlet box will be provided to provide drainage to the existing inlet box with out using the drive aisle for drainage (refer attached revised Grading Plan C1.1). ELECTRICAL 1. Developer will provide and install feeder conduit for transformer as noted on the site plan drawing. 2. Developer will provide and install concrete pad for transformer as noted on the site plan drawing. 3. Developer will install pull boxes for transformer feeder and are so noted on the site plan drawing. Boxes will be provided by the City of College Station. 4. Not used. 5. Load data will be coordinated with Sam Weido of College Station electrical department. 6. Blanket easement has been submitted to the city. 7. Contractor will coordinate transformer conduit and concrete pad requirements with Sam Wiedo. 8. Will contact Sam Weido with any questions o14—z77 Molly Hitchcock-3-16-05/M/Hitchcock Page 1 PTT ERS ON ARCHITECTS III Memorandum To Molly Hitchcock, City of College Station Project No. 2417 From Fred Patterson File No. CA Date 16 March 2005 Project First Bank of Snook, College Station Branch Subject Response to Site Development Staff Review PLANNING iplan drawing as mapno. 48041C0142-C0142- 1. The FEMA map has been note on the site C, panel 142. 2. Building lines have been modified to match the latest zoning ordinance. 3. The transformer has been moved back and screened with a 5' high, split face CMU wall. 4. There are 41 spaces on the site plan. The numbers have been changed on the drawing. 5. Off site parking will not be considered at this time. 6. Sidewalks have been added at the north and south ends of the west parking row. 7. Dumpster pad screen wall dimensions have been noted on the site plan drawing as inside clear dimensions. 8. The dumpster screening material has been noted on the site plan drawing as split face CMU. 9. Minimum caliper of the crepe myrtles has been noted on the landscape plan drawing as 1.25". 10. The fire lane at the front of the building was requested but not required by the fire marshal. 11. The live oak tree near the fire hydrant has been repositioned on the landscape drawing to a point 13 feet away. 12. Canopy lights are recessed. 13. Additional UDO requirements pertaining to site design, such as bicycle racks, has been added. Exterior building materials, percentage of coverage and colors will be submitted under separate cover. ENGINEERING 1. Water design report is on the site plan drawing in a framed box on the right side of the page. 2. Water and sewer information has been shown on the site plan drawing. Water line is 2", sanitary sewer line is 4" with minimum 1/8" slope. 3. Water meters are located on the north property line where a 15' utility easement 701 South Texas Avenue • Bryan, Texas 77803 • Voice 979 775 6036 • Fax 979 779 0727 • Web www.patarch.com Molly Hitchcock-3-16-05/M/Hitchcock Page Molly Hitchcock Page 2 already exists. 4. An additional inlet box will be provided to provide drainage to the existing inlet box with out using the drive aisle for drainage. ELECTRICAL 1. Developer will provide and install feeder conduit for transformer as noted on the site plan drawing. 2. Developer will provide and install concrete pad for transformer as noted on the site plan drawing. 3. Developer will install pull boxes for transformer feeder and are so noted on the site plan drawing. Boxes will be provided by the City of College Station. 4. Not used. 5. Load data will be coordinated with Sam Weido of College Station electrical department. 6. Blanket easement has been submitted to the city. 7. Contractor will coordinate transformer conduit and concrete pad requirements with Sam Wiedo. 8. Will contact Sam Weido with any questions PTT ERS ON ARCHITECTS 701 South Texas Avenue Bryan,Texas 77803 voice 979 775-6036 fax 979 779-0727 email design@patarch.com April 4, 2005 Design Review Board City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77840 Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way, being those facing Arguello (north), Tarrow (east), and University (south). The Bank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review on 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no reference was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. Large building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and include a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees, budgets are established and funds raised, and construction documents are developed, all based upon those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requirement and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the client while in full compliance with city ordinances. Changes late in the process are costly as a budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city ordinances. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster and glass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome building as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design parameters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions, please contact us. Sincerely, Mr. Rex Johnson Page 2 Rick Ravey Architect PATTERSON ARCHITECTS4 b ,0 a 701 South Texas Ave Bryan,Texas 77803 979 775 6036 April 4, 2005 /111.9141' Development Services P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77840 Attn: Bridgette George Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Bridgette: Please forward this package to the Design Review Board for their consideration at the next meeting on 22 April 2005. Herein attached are eight copies of a statement of position and color renderings of the subject building. Should you have any questions, please contact us. Sincerel , _ , , ck Rave W Y Architect design for our children's future PATTERSON ARCHITECTS 701 South Texas Ave Bryan,Texas 77803 979 775 6036 April 4,2005 Design Review Board City of College Station P.O.Box 9960 College Station,Texas 77840 Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way, being those facing Arguello (north),Tarrow (east), and University(south). The Bank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review no 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no reference was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. Large building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and indude a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees, budgets are established and funds raised, and construction documents are developed, all based upon those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requirement and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the client while in full. Changes late in the process are costly as a budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city ordinances. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster and glass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome building as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design parameters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions, please contact us. Sincerely� _ t Rick Ravey Architect design for our children's future PATTERSON ARCHITECTS 701 South Texas Ave 11.0:7N 4 Bryan,Texas 77803 979 775 6036 April 4,2005 Design Review Board City of College Station P.O.Box 9960 College Station,Texas 77840 Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way, being those facing Arguello (north),Tarrow (east), and University(south). The Bank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review no 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no reference was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. Large building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and indude a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees, budgets are established and funds raised, and construction documents are developed, all based upon those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requirement and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the client while in full. Changes late in the process are costly as a budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city ordinances. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster and glass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome building as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design parameters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions, please contact us. Sin-4;ea)cerely RON Rick Ravey Architect design for our children's future PATTERSON ARCHITECTS v. 701 South Texas Ave ' $ryan,Texas 77803 979 775 6036 April 4,2005 Design Review Board City of College Station P.O.Box 9960 College Station,Texas 77840 Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way, being those facing Arguello (north),Tarrow (east), and University(south). The Bank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review no 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no reference was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. Large building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and indude a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees, budgets are established and funds raised, and construction documents are developed, all based upon those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requirement and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the client while in full. Changes late in the process are costly as a budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city ordinances. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster and glass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome building as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design parameters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions,please contact us. Sincerely _ , zpayo ; oral) Rick Ravey Architect design for our children's future PATTERSON ARCHILECTS 'x..701 South Texas Ave ' ryan,Texas 77803 979 775 6036 April 4,2005 Design Review Board City of College Station P.O.Box 9960 College Station,Texas 77840 Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way, being those facing Arguello (north), Tarrow (east),and University(south). The Bank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review no 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no reference was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. Large building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and include a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees,budgets are established and funds raised, and construction documents are developed, all based upon those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requirement and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the client while in full. Changes late in the process are costly as a budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city ordinances. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster and glass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome building as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design parameters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions, please contact us. pw Sincerely _ , zp/g) I ,f, iiRick Ravey Architect design for our children's future PATTERSON ARCHITECTS " 701 South Texas Ave Aryan,Texas 77803 979 775 6036 April 4,2005 Design Review Board City of College Station P.O.Box 9960 College Station,Texas 77840 Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way, being those facing Arguello (north),Tarrow (east), and University(south). The Bank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review no 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no reference was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. Large building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and indude a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees, budgets are established and funds raised, and construction documents are developed, all based upon those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requirement and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the client while in full. Changes late in the process are costly as a budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city ordinances. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster and glass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome building as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design parameters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions, please contact us. Sincerely Wel Rick Ravey Architect design for our children's future PATTERSON ARCHITECTS V \701 South Texas Ave ka ryan,Texas 77803 979 775 6036 April 4,2005 Design Review Board City of College Station P.O.Box 9960 College Station,Texas 77840 Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way, being those facing Arguello (north), Tarrow (east), and University(south). The Bank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review no 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no reference was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. Large building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and include a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees,budgets are established and funds raised, and construction documents are developed, all based upon those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requirement and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the client while in full. Changes late in the process are costly as a budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city ordinances. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster and glass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome building as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design parameters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions,please contact us. Sincerely _ zpalk)piiiitta orthiRick Ravey Architect design for our children's future PATTERSON AR,CHIT-ECTS 4.,701 South Texas Ave .,,$ryan,Texas 77803 979 775 6036 April 4,2005 Design Review Board City of College Station P.O.Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77840 Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way, being those facing Arguello (north),Tarrow (east), and University(south). The Bank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review no 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no reference was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. Large building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and indude a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees, budgets are established and funds raised, and construction documents are developed, all based upon those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requirement and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the client while in full. Changes late in the process are costly as a budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city ordinances. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster and glass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome building as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design parameters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions,please contact us. Sincerely )_ gai a 411P; 6/ Rick Ravey Architect design for our children's future PATTERSON ARCHITECTS r "x:701 South Texas Ave 'w,,$ryan,Texas 77803 979 775 6036 April 4,2005 Design Review Board City of College Station P.O.Box 9960 College Station,Texas 77840 Ref: First Bank of Snook project 2417 Dear Members: We herein present a request for variance in the matter of the First Bank of Snook building proposed to be constructed at 625 University Drive next to Albertson's. The College Station Development Services Staff is requiring an amount of masonry, stone, or other approved material on the exterior elevations facing a right-of-way, being those facing Arguello (north),Tarrow (east),and University(south). The Bank's position is that this facility was designed, drawn, and first submitted for city review no 6 December 2004 before these rules went into effect. In the predevelopment meetings no reference was made regarding such requirements, nor indications that they were pending. Large building construction projects require a considerable period of time to develop and include a large amount of preplanning. Approvals are made by several layers of committees, budgets are established and funds raised, and construction documents are developed, all based upon those decisions. This project has spanned across the time period between no requirement and requirement. We desire to provide buildings which meet the needs of the client while in full. Changes late in the process are costly as a budget concern and more of a patch as a design consideration compliance with city ordinances. We intend that all future work meet the DRB guidelines. The cement plaster and glass design originally submitted is high quality construction and provides a handsome building as illustrated in the attached color rendering. We herein request that these new design parameters be waved for this project only. Should you have any questions,please contact us. Sincerely _ 4 ) ity 41.1; Rick Ravey Architect design for our children's future SUBMIT APPLICATION AND THIS 10 LIST CHECKED OFF WITH 10 \/ FOLDED COPIES OF SITE PLAN FOR REVIEW COLLLGL SIAIION SITE PLAN MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS (ALL CITY ORDINANCES MUST BE MET) INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: �k= 196T A 9LIGAOLB \i 1. Sheet size- 24" x 36" (minimum). • N 2. A key map (not necessarily to scale). • 3. Title block to include: N Name, address, location, and legal description I$' N Name, address, and telephone number of applicant Ei ✓Name, address, and telephone number of developer/owner (if differs from applicant) El N Name, address, and telephone number of architect/engineer (if differs from applicant) N Date of submittal iig \ Total site area • 4. "v North arrow. • 5. \\ Scale should be largest standard engineering scale possible on sheet. j8r 1446. v Ownership and current zoning of parcel and all abutting parcels. 1�1 7. Existing locations of the following on or adjacent to the subject site: 181 Streets and sidewalks (R.O.W.). f� NvDriveways (opposite and adjacent per Section 7.3 of the Unified Development Ordinance). Buildings. , Water courses. !i Show all easements clearly designating as existing and type (utility, access, etc.). JSS p"' M 00 yr. floodplain and floodway (if applicable) on or adjacent to the proposed project site, note if there is none on the site. I81 --Utilities (noting size and designate as existing)within or adjacent to the proposed site, including building transformer locations, above ground and undergro nd service connections to buildings, and drainage inlets. Vs(x)r'-' 9 Meter locations. Topography (2' max or spot elevations) and other pertinent drainage information. (If plan has too much information, show drainage on separate sheet.) 8. Proposed location, type and dimensions of the following.: NA Phasing. Each phase must be able to stand alone to meet ordinance requirements. t l The gross square footage of all buildings and structures and the proposed use of each. If different uses are to be located in a single building, show the location and size of the uses within the building. Building separation is a minimum of 15 feet w/o additional fire protection. Setbacks. Show building setbacks as outlined in the Unified Development Ordinance, Article 5. Si Off-Street parking areas with parking spaces drawn, tabulated, and dimensioned. Minimum parking space is 9' x 20', or on a perimeter row 9' x 18' with a 2' overhang. Designate number of parking spaces required by ordinance and provided by proposal. Handicap parking spaces. Parking Islands. Raised landscape islands, (6" raised curb) a minimum of 180 sq. ft. are required at both ends of every parking row (greenspace area contiguous to the end island maybe applied toward the required 180 sq. ft.). Additionally, 180 sq. ft. of landscaping for every 15 interior parking spaces must be provided. All required islands must be landscaped or set with decorative pavers, or stamped dyed concrete or other decorative materials as approved. Drives. Minimum drive aisle width. 1S1 NA Curb cuts. For each proposed curb cut (including driveways, streets, alleys, etc.) locate existing curb cuts on the same opposite side of the street to determine separation distances between existing and proposed curb cuts. Indicate driveway throat length as measured in the Unified Development Ordinance, Section 7.3 Access Management and Circulation. AI PO Security gates (show swing path and design specs with colors). Sidewalks (both public and private). Sidewalks are required at time of development if property has frontage on a street shown on the Sidewalk Master Plan or if the review staff determines the necessity. • Medians. Show any and all traffic medians to be constructed on site. • A fifteen foot parking setback from R.O.W. to curb of parking lot is required. Pavement may encroach into this 15' setback by up to 7 contiguous parking spaces. A double parking island (360 square feet) must be provided between each group of seven spaces. In no case may the pavement be less than 6' from the property line. • Common open spaces sites la NA Loading docks • Detention ponds ISI NA Guardrails Ar NA Retaining walls Sites for solid waste containers with screening. Locations of dumpsters are accessible but not visible from streets or residential areas. Gates are discouraged and visual screening is required. (Minimum 12 x 12 pad required.) Show all easements clearly designating as proposed and type (utility, access, etc.). If dedicated by separate instrument list by volume and page. J� Utilities (noting size and designate as proposed) within or adjacent to the proposed site, including building transformer locations, above ground and underground service connections to buildings. Meter locations (must be located in public R.O.W. or public utility easement.). Proposed grading (1' max for proposed or spot elevations) and other pertinent drainage information. (If plan has too much information, show drainage on separate sheet.) fEr Show proposed and existing fire hydrants. Fire hydrants must be located on the same side of a major street as a project, and shall be in a location approved by the City Engineer. Any structure in any zoning district other than R-1, R-1A, or R-2 must be within 300 feet of a fire hydrant as measured along a public street, highway or designated fire lane. (�( ISA Show fire department connections. FDC's should be within 150' of the fire hydrant. In no case shall they be any further than 300' apart, and they shall be accessible from the parking lot without being blocked by parked cars or a structure. Show fire lanes. Fire lanes a minimum of 20 feet in width with a minimum height clearance of 14 feet must be established if any portion of the proposed structure is more than 150 feet from the curb line or pavement edge of a public street or highway. NOTE: Fire hydrants must be operable and accepted by the City, and drives must have an all weather surface as defined in the Zoning Ordinance Section 9 before a building permit can be issued. ;If 9. Will building be sprinkled? Yes U No % If the decision to sprinkle is made after the site plan has been approved, then the plan must be resubmitted. ;i( M 10. Wheelstops may be required when cars overhang onto property not owned by the applicant or where there may be conflict with handicap accessible routes or above ground utilities, signs or other conflicts. 11. Show curb and pavement detail. A 6" raised curb is required around all edges of all parts of all paved areas without exception. (To include island, planting areas, access ways, dumpster locations, utility pads, etc.) No exception will be made for areas designated as "reserved for future parking". 6�( 12. Landscape plans as required in Section 7.5 of the Unified Development Ordinance. The landscaping plan can be shown on a separate sheet if too much information is on the original site plan. If requesting protected tree points, then those trees need to be shown appropriately barricaded on the landscape plan. Attempt to reduce or eliminate plantings in easements. Include information on the plans such as: required point calculations additional streetscape points required. Streetscape compliance is required on all streets. calculations for#of street trees required and proposed (proposed street tree points will accrue toward total landscaping points.) proposed new plantings with points earned proposed locations of new plantings screening of parking lots, 50 % of all shrubs used for screening shall be evergreen. screening of dumpsters, concrete retaining walls, off street loading areas, utility connection points, or other areas potentially visually offensive. existing landscaping to remain Bi show existing trees to be barricaded and barricade plan. Protected points will only be awarded if barricades are up before the first development permit is issued. Buffer as required in Section 7.6 of the Unified Development Ordinance. 13. Show irrigation system plan. (or provide note on how irrigation system requirement will be met prior to issuance of C.O.) All plans must include irrigation systems for landscaping. Irrigation meters are separate from the regular water systems for buildings and will be sized by city according to irrigation demand submitted by applicant and must include backflow prevention protection. !if NA 14. Is there any landscaping in TxDOT R.O.W.? Yes U No Js( If yes, then TxDOT permit must be submitted. K4 15. Will there be any utilities in TxDOT R.O.W.? Yes ❑ No ISt If yes, then TxDOT permit must be submitted. % IA 16. Will there be access from a TxDOT R.O.W.? Yes ❑ No Ji1 If yes, then TxDOT permit must be submitted. jet %3Ik 17. The total number of multi-family buildings and units to be constructed on the proposed project site. J� Alk 18. The density of dwelling units per acre of the proposed project. 19. Provide a water and sanitary sewer legend to include water demands (minimum, maximum and average demands in gallons per minute) and sewer loadings (maximum demands in gallons per day). NA 20. Are there impact fees associated with this development? Yes ❑ No ' NOTE: Signs are to be permitted separately. -=gyp PAireyzpsa,\ ,zumPren CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Q--CL5L Planning&Development Services Wir‘. 1101 Texas Avenue South, PO Box 9' 1 •�� College Station, Texas 77842 1# Phone (979) 764-3570 / Fax (979) 764- DJ-1' MEMORANDUM December 17, 2004 TO: Wilson Fletcher, via fax 979.272.1193 FROM: Molly Hitchcock, Staff Planner SUBJECT: FIRST BANK OF SNOOK (SP) - Site Plan Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: One (1) revised site and landscaping plan. One (1) set of building elevations with required percentages shown, color samples, and material description. Easement Dedication Sheet and required documents. Please note that the Easement Dedication Sheet and the necessary documents are required prior to the issuance of a building permit. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Patterson Architects, via fax 779.0727 Case file #04-276 Home of Texas A&M University STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: FIRST BANK OF SNOOK (SP) — 04-276 On October 2004, the College Station City Council passed an ordinance amending the Unified Development Ordinance to include higher standards of non-residential architectural standards. The current site plan is considered incomplete at this time because it does not have all the information necessary to review the site plan in light of these standards. To help with the new requirements, I have included a copy of the ordinance highlighted with all applicable sections in this situation. Please call if I can be of further assistance. PLANNING 1. Please reference the FEMA map that was used for the flood plain determination. 2. Building lines were on the plat, but since they are a function of zoning, they change with the zoning ordinance. The building lines are as follows: 25-ft. front, 15-ft. rear, 15-ft. side street, and 7.5-ft. side. 3. So it may be screened from the right-of-way, please move the transformer back from the property line. Also, identify the material(s) to be used for screening. 4. I only count 41 parking spaces on site. Is this correct? 5. If you would like the off-site parking spaces to count towards the bank's parking, an alternative parking plan application will have to be submitted for the Administrator's consideration. At this time, the spaces are not needed to meet the bank's parking requirements. 6. A sidewalk is needed across the western median to help customers parking on the shopping center's drive aisle reach the bank building. 7. Please call out the 12' X 12' dumpster pad (interior clear space) dimension. 8. Please identify that the screening material(s) for the dumpster. 9. Please identify the minimum caliper of the crepe myrtles to be 1 .25" per trunk. 10.A fire lane will have be provided across the front of the building. The parking lot entrance by Tarrow will have to be widened to a minimum of 20 feet. 11 .Please shift the location of the live oak planted by the fire hydrant to ensure that it will not interfere with the hydrant's identification and use. 12.1 included the lighting regulations with the attachment, but please be aware that canopy lights will have to be recessed into the canopy. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: December 13, 2004 ENGINEERING 1. Provide Water Design Report. 2. Provide size and slope of sewer service, and size of water service. 3. As a reminder, the irrigation meter is required to be in a public utility easement or ROW. NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and"bubbled"on your plans.Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City,will constitute a completely new review. Page 2 of 3 4. There are not enough offsite contours provided to show that stormwater will enter the existing inlet box. Taking the runoff into the back side of the inlet box instead of out into the drive aisle is preferable. Reviewed by: Josh Norton/Carol Cotter Date: January 7, 2005 ELECTRICAL 1. Developer installs conduit per city specs and design. 2. Developer pours transformer pad(s) per city specs and design. 3. Developer installs pull boxes as per city specs and design.(pull boxes 4. provided by the city). 5. Developer provides load data for project. Email information to Sam Weido © sweido@cstx.gov 6. Developer provides temporary blanket easement for construction purposes. To release temporary blanket easement once construction is complete, the developer provides meets and bounds descriptive easements. 7. College Station Utilities will provide electric design plan for installation of conduit, transformer pad and pull box. 8. To discuss any of the above electrical comments, please contact Sam Weido @ 764-6314, or email at sweido©cstx.gov. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: 12-10-04 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and"bubbled"on your plans.Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City,will constitute a completely new review. Page 3 of 3 First Bank of Snook case #04-276 Page 1 of 1 Molly Hitchcock - First Bank of Snook case #04-276 From: Fred Patterson<fred@patarch.com> To: <mhitchcock@cstx.gov>, Rick Ravey <rick@patarch.com> Date: 1/7/2005 10:51 AM Subject: First Bank of Snook case #04-276 CC: <jdunn@cstx.gov> Howdy Had a couple of comments about the site review for Snook Bank 1. we did not receive a copy of the staff review comments no 1.via fax from your office as indicated in your cover sheet to Wilson Fletcher. We learned about the comments from our client. 2. we did not receive a copy of the ordinance,highlighted or otherwise,to help with the new requirements of the UDO 3. item 2—can you tell me which is the front,rear,etc.for this site 4. item 4—41 on site parking is correct 5. item 5-noted 6. item 7 and 8 were noted on the detail sheet A1.2. Chris Haver has the drawing set,I'll make sure you have a copy of the details 7. item 10-ALL portions of the building is within 150'of the existing paving and a fire lane is not required in front of the building. 8. canopy lights are recessed,refer sheet E3 We are attempting to resubmit the drawings again and are most concerned about the"incomplete"status assigned to the review. Can you give me a call when you get back next Tuesday. • Thanks,Fred Fred A.Patterson,Jr.,AIA Patterson • Architects 701 South Texas Avenue Bryan,Texas 77803 979-775-6036-phone 979-779-0727-fax fred@patarch.com-email www.patarch.com—web CONFIDENTIAL NOTICE: The information contained in this transmission is considered by the sender to be confidential. This material is intended only for use of the recipient named above. If the reader or other recipient of this material is not the intended recipient named above,please notify me and delete this transmission. Thank you file://C:\Documents%20and%20Settings\rnhitchcock\Local%20Settings\Temp\GW}00001... 1/11/2005 First Bank of Snook 701 University Drive East, Suite 105 P.O. Box 39/Loop 2155 College Station,TX 77840 Snook,TX 77878 (979)846-8000/(979)846-1111 (Fax) (979)272-8603/(979)272-1193(Fax) February 16, 2005 Ms. Bridgette George Development Coordinator City of College Station Planning and Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue South, PO Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842-9960 Re: Your letter dated February 9, 2005 Dear Ms. George: I am in receipt of your letter dated February 9, 2005 regarding a request to execute a Temporary Blanket Utility Easement at 625 University Drive East. As you may aware, the Bank intends to build a new banking facility on that property this year. It is my recommendation that you allow the City of College Station to survey where they want the utilities to be located and then contact either I or Oleta Shaw at 846- 8000 to determine if that location would interfere with the proposed improvements on that property. Based on a survey plat, it appears that there is a 15 foot easement on three sides of the property. There does not appear to be an easement on the property abutting Tarrow Street, but there is a 25 foot building line. Therefore, it appears that there is an ample easement for the city. We are willing to consider signing an easement but believe that it is in the best interests of both parties to be in agreement on the placement of the easements rather than a blanket easement. I am open to suggestions and would appreciate hearing from you. Yours truly, CA4gMA.k Wilson Fletcher President Service: It is not a big thing...It is a million little things. SUPPLEMENTAL DEVELOPMENT PERMIT INFORMATION Application is hereby made for the following development specific site/waterway alterations: ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: Wilson Fletcher , design engineer/owner, hereby acknowledge or affirm that: The information and conclusions contained in the above plans and supporting documents comply with the current requirements of the City of College Station, Texas City Code, Chapter 13 and its associated Drainage Policy and Design Standards. As a condition of approval of this permit application, I agree to construct the improvements proposed in this III•plicatio according to these documents and the requirements of Chapter 13 of the College Station City Code. . U P 4 /A)) 153, Pei ktr. N/A 'roperty 0 ner(s) Contractor CERTIFICATIONS: (for proposed alterations within designated flood hazard areas.) A.I, NJA certify that any nonresidential structure on or proposed to be on this site as part of this application is designated to prevent damage to the structure or its contents as a result of flooding from the 100 year storm. Engineer Date B. I, N/A certify that the finished floor elevation of the lowest floor, including any basement, of any residential structure, proposed as part of this application is at or above the base flood elevation established in the latest Federal Insurance Administration Flood Hazard Study and maps, as amended. Engineer Date C. I, N/A , certify that the alterations or development covered by this permit shall not diminish the flood-carrying capacity of the waterway adjoining or crossing this permitted site and that such alterations or development are consistent with requirements of the City of College Station City Code, Chapter 13 concerning encroachments of floodways and of floodway fringes. Engineer Date D. I, N/A , do certify that the proposed alterations do not raise the level of the 100 year flood above elevation established in the latest Federal Insurance Administration Flood Hazard Study. Engineer Date Conditions or comments as part of approval: In accordance with Chapter 13 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, measures shall be taken to insure that debris from construction, erosion, and sedimentation shall not be deposited in city streets, or existing drainage facilities. All development shall be in accordance with the plans and specifications submitted to and approved by the City Engineer for the above named project. All of the applicable codes and ordinances of the City of College Station shall apply. PATTERSON 701 South Texas Avenue Bryan, Texas 77803 ARCHITECTS voice - 979 775 6036 fax - 979 779 0727 web-www.patarch.com TRANSMITTAL Project First Bank of Snook Date December 6, 2004 Project No. 2417 To City of College Station Re: Site Plan Application Attention: Jennifer Reeves We Are Sending You The Following Items: X Drawings Prints Change Order Samples Product Literature Specifications Shop Drawings For Your: X Approval Review&Comment Record Distribution to Others Use Information COPIES DATE REV.NO. DESCRIPTION 1 Application Fee check in the amount of$200.00 1 Application form—filled out 11 Site Plan (with bldg. material list) —folded 1 Landscape Plan—folded 1 , Application Checklist—filled out Comments ,17—c Ft,-(),446 , I'-1111 Copy To: By: Rick Ravey (kIP4‘ U7 ida '1.9as CITY OF COLLEGE STATION MEMORANDUM TO: Bridgette George, Development Services FROM: Brenda Godfrey, Legal Assistant SUBJECT: Temporary Blanket Utility Easement FIRST BANK OF SNOOK. LOT TWO (2) AMENDING FINAL PLAT OF RANDALL'S UNIVERSITY PARK, an addition to the City of College Station, according to the plat recorded in Volume 2189, Page 249, of the Official Records of Brazos County, Texas. DATE: February 7, 2005 Attached is the original Temporary Blanket Utility Easement. Please forward this document to the Owner so that it may be properly executed by the Owner before a Notary Public. Upon receipt of the fully executed Temporary Blanket Utility Easement, the document will be executed by Legal and filed for record in the Brazos County Clerk's Office. If you need any additional information, please let me know. Bg Attachments Legal Department P.O.BOX 9960•1101 TEXAS AVENUE COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS•77842 TEL.979.764.3507 • FAX.979.764-3481 wwW.CStx.90V Gbirr10,1111111111 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning e 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: OA b t7- 0S # of pages including cover: 1 If you did not receive a complete fax,please call our office immediately fora new transmittal. TO: PL Pciutek FAX: -- O`�1� ��1� 7 COMPANY: Poz P11LejA RE: t(2 - &LULL Tc Snla-ok FROM: C-CLP ( Ctii COMPANY: City of College Station REMARKS: Urgent For your review 1 Reply ASAP FYI ® nc 9 �1 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 MEMORANDUM April 12, 2005 TO: Wilson Fletcher, via fax 979.272.1193 FROM: Bridgette George, Assistant Development Manager SUBJECT: FIRST BANK OF SNOOK (SP) - Site Plan Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. The next submittal will be the third and final review by staff for this round of reviews. If all items have not been addressed on the next submittal, another $200 processing fee will need to be submitted for the subsequent set of three (3) reviews. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: One (1) complete set of construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call Molly Hitchcock at 764-3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Patterson Architects, via fax 779.0727 Case file #04-00500276 Home of Texas A&M University STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 Project: FIRST BANK OF SNOOK (SP) - 04-00500276 PLANNING 1. Please note on the site plan that the bicycle rack will have spaces for at least four bicycles. 2. Color samples will be required before building permits will be issued. 3. Please Note: The UDO (Section 7.9.K.1) states that the Design Review Board has the authority to grant substitutions of building materials only if the applicant shows that: a. The building material is a new or innovative material manufactured that has not been previously available to the market or the material is not listed as an allowed or prohibited material herein; and b. The material is similar and comparable in quality and appearance to the materials allowed in this Section 7.9; and c. No variance shall be granted to requirements for brick or stone on buildings twenty thousand (20,000) square feet or greater; and d. Financial hardship shall not constitute a basis for the variance; and e. The material is an integral part of a themed building (example 50's diner in chrome). Please revise the variance request. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: April 7, 2005 ENGINEERING 1. More detail needed for internal parking lot drainage inlet (grate inlet elevation, line depiction, line size, connection to existing junction, etc). 2. Submit revised grading plan C1.1. There should be enough information to show that stormwater will be directed to the on-site inlet and not the driveway or curb cut. 3. Provide slope of the sanitary service line on site plan. Show cleanouts as required per building code. 4. The private sewer service should not be located in a PUE. 5. Show location of irrigation meter. Reviewed by: Josh Norton/Carol Cotter Date: April 12, 2005 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City,will constitute a completely new review. 2 of 3