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Drainage Report (04-00100014)oop sapnS Uo}woo-uodai uiejPluodab uiejQluul >JOJwoO--l31Vd 19Z-409L61700ZVS X ragtras0 y . tm,i:rQ . runr./rra.rfl tuoa uuaaui�ua�d•mn�n� ("J )0051 -1£L -6L6 • 0008-I£L-6L6 808LL sexal •t'V,�JH . unM MOAt)3 OZOL sJaaur&uA i3utajnsuoD F •aui 1,6mo)ji>e)f .1a2paid ml—d j nq pa.rr�dard 1 sz-t,OSLt, *oN 9of Nd sexal `,�)unoD somig UOIJUIS A3110D 3o ICJiD saain5 J.iojwoj :.r0/' Jaa.rn�la.rd ,� .fio+i_g podali uorauaaaa puu a�uuread CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this report for the drainage design of Comfort Suites was prepared by me (or under my supervision) in accordance with the provisions of the City of College Station Drainage Policy and Design Standards for the owners thereof. OF TE 11 r / STEVE E. DUNCAN / ... •:.... .....'4 83252 i r A • E �.= IOq S:\2004147504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc T l"1TTT It Tl1TT The report dated April 19, 2004 was revised to account for changes made to the detention pond design and to include input data and calculations for the detention pond outlet structure and the grate inlets in the parking lot. PURPOSE Development of the subject property involves the addition of a building, sidewalks, drive, and parking spaces. The drainage area affected by the development contains approximately 2.5 acres of land. Reference is made to the attached grading plan (sheet 3 of 4, Draft dated 5/12/04) drawing. The increase in runoff from the development for the twenty-five year (25 -year) storm event must be mitigated to not increase downstream flow rates. This report documents the engineering analysis for the mitigation through the use of a detention basin. METHODOLOGY Using field surveying data the watershed affected by the proposed development was delineated. The Rational Method was used to compute the peak flow rate for this study. The area (A) of the drainage area was obtained from the maps. Based on existing land use patterns, the weighted c factor for the area was determined. A velocity -distance relationship was used to compute the time of concentration (tc) for the area with a minimum time of concentration of ten (10) minutes. The rainfall intensity (1) for the drainage area was determined using the intensity -duration -frequency curves for the City of College Station (Figure III -1, Drainage Policy and Design Standards). S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort InnOrain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc The peak flow rate (Q) for the drainage area was computed with the following formula: Q = ( C) (I) (A) Runoff volumes were then computed using Technical Paper 40 and standard curves. From the above information, the Malcom Hydrograph Method was used to compute the time to peak and runoff hydrographs. The procedure was then repeated for the developed conditions of the watershed. For the proposed detention basin, outflow hydrographs for the 2, 5, 10, 25, and 100 -yr storms using the elevation -versus -storage relationship for the detention basin and the elevation -versus - discharge relationship for the outlet structure. Because the drainage can back up into the parking lot during very large storms, the volumes within the drain pipes and in the parking lot were also included when determining the storage volume for each elevation. Discharge values for the pipe outlet structure are calculated by the weir equation (Q = CLH1'S) for unsubmerged conditions and the orifice equation (Q = CA(2GH)1'5) for submerged conditions with a transition zone between the two conditions approximated linearly. Discharge values for the overflow weir are calculated by the weir equation. Capacity for the grate inlets in the parking lot was determined using the orifice equation with a depth of nine inches (9") and an area equal to the open area of the grate. A modified Puls method was then used to route the existing and developed conditions hydrograph through the basin. Haestad Methods, Inc. computer modeling program Pond -2 Version 5.21 was used for the calculations. S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc RESULTS The drainage area information and the calculations for the existing and proposed conditions are attached. A detention basin is planned for the development to offset the increase in runoff rates due to the proposed development. A 24 - inch reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) storm sewer system will collect runoff from the site through grate inlets in the parking lot and connect to the existing City of College Station 36 -inch RCP storm drain at the inlet box in the private drive adjacent to Discount Tire Company and Epicures. A 12 -inch PVC (SDR 35 ASTM D 3034) pipe section will be grouted into the 24 -inch RCP at the junction box upstream of the inlet box at Discount Tire Company to act as an orifice -type outlet structure. The excess runoff will back up into the storm sewer system and detention basin onsite. An overflow weir is provided to direct flows resulting from storm events greater than the 25 year storm towards the south corner of the property where existing runoff currently drains. Summary data is as follows: S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc VVTC1PT.7\T(1_. Storm Peak Flow Rate Event (cfs) 2 yr 5.72 5 yr 6.95 10 yr 7.80 25 yr 8.91 100 yr 10.52 nnnnnel; n . S:\2004\47504-251 PATE -Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Peak Flow Peak Flow Peak Storm Rate In Rate Out Storage Elevation Event (cfs) (cfs) ** (ac -ft) (ft) * 2 yr 9.43 6.27 0.17 295.61 5 yr 11.51 7.36 0.25 296.64 10 yr 12.84 8.01 0.31 297.32 25 yr 14.75 8.39 0.39 297.74 100 yr 17.36 13.51 0.43 297.86 *Top of bank elev. = 298.00 ft. **Outlet Pipe Inside Dia. = 11.78 in. **Overflow Weir = 3 in x 40 LF @ 297.75 elev. S:\2004\47504-251 PATE -Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc GRATE INLET CAPACIY COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS COMFORT SUITES 5/12/04 3:41 PM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS STORM EVENT: B I D E 100 YR STORM 96 8.0 0.73 C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 100 YEAR STORM 51.9% 0.19 LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) PROPOSED INLET 1: 2.7% 0.01 IMPERVIOUS AREAS TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) _ SEC MIN TC, MIN 0.00 10.00 TYPE C (TBI -5) % C C, - LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 11.1% 0.05 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 88.9% 0.80 100.0% 0.85 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 11.64 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES LANDSCAPED AREAS 1,920 0.04 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 15,300 0.35 17,220 0.40 Q, CFS CIA 3.89 PROPOSED INLET 2: I TRAVEL I V, FPS I TIME TYPE I LF I % (FIG 5) 1 SEC TC, MIN TYPE C (T131-5) % C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 51.9% 0.19 LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 2.7% 0.01 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 45.4% 0.41 100.0% 0.61 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 11.64 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 15,120 0.35 LANDSCAPED AREAS 800 0.02 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 13,240 0.30 29,160 0.67 Q. CFS CIA 4.73 COMFORT SUITES 5/12/04 3:41 PM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS PROPOSED INLET 4: REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS TRAVEL STORM EVENT: B I D E 100 YR STORM 96 8.0 0.73 SEC MIN 100 YEAR STORM PROPOSED INLET 3: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE TYPE LF % (FIG 5) SEC MIN TC, MIN 0.36 32.4% 0.00 LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 10.00 TYPE C (TBL5) % C C, - LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 11.5% 0.05 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 88.5% 0.80 B/(TC+D)^E 100.0% 0.84 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 11.64 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES LANDSCAPED AREAS 1,200 0.03 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 9,225 0.21 10,425 0.24 Q, CFS CIA 2.35 PROPOSED INLET 4: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) SEC MIN TC, MIN 0.00 10.00 TYPE C (TBL5) % C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 32.4% 0.12 LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 5.6% 0.02 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 62.0% 0.56 100.0% 0.70 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 11.64 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 4,430 0.10 LANDSCAPED AREAS 760 0.02 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 8,480 0.19 13,670 0.31 Q, CFS CIA 2.55 COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS STORM EVENT: 100 YR STORM B I D I E 96 8.0 0.73 100 YEAR STORM GRATE INLET CAPACITY Q=4.82 AY" Q = INLET CAPACITY (CFS) A = OPEN AREA OF GRATE (FT2)= 3.4 FT Y = HEAD ABOVE INLET (FT) = 0.75 FT *Q = 4.82 * 3.4 * 0.751/2 = 14.1924 CFS * Based on Park Model CB30 (see specification attached) 5/12/04 3:41 PM CATCHBASIN TRAFFIC DUTY CAST IRON GRATE PARK EQUIPMENT CO 800-256-8041 MODEL CB VARIES f, HI SKID—RESISTANT STEEL PEDESTRIAN DUTY STD. [TRAFFIC—DUTY OPTIONAL] PARK EQUIPMENT CO 800-256-8041 MODEL JB CAST—IN STEEL FRAME OPTIONAL EXTENSION 6" or 12" PRECAST CONCRETE BASIN SECTION INLET PIPING CATCHBASIN FROM UPUNE CUTLET PIPING BASINSOUTLET STORM SEWER THIN WALL KNOCKOUT ON ALL 4 SIDES, SEE KO DIMENSION FOR MAXIMUM PIPE O.D. MODEL # DIMENSIONS CATCH JUNCTION W2 H1 H2 T1 KO GRATE OPEN AREA WEIGHT BASIN BOX x W1 SIZE sq in LBS C812' JB12 15" 10" 21" 18" 2" 10" 12"x12"xi 90 180 CB14 JB14 21" 12" 28" 24" 4" 12" 14"x14"xi" 120 500 CB18 JB18 24" 16" 34" 30" 4" 15" 18"x18"xtt12" 168 1,000 C820 JB20 26" 18" 34" 30" 4" 17" 20"x20"x11i" 170 1,335 CB24 J824 32" 22" 41" 36' 5" 22" 24"44%2" 268 2,245 C827 J827 37" 25" 42" 36" 6" 24" 27"x27"x2" 350 2,875 CB30 J830 42" 30" 42" 36" 6" 30" 32"x32"x2" 4 490 3,675 CB36 JB36 48" 36" 42" 36" 6" 32" 38"x38"x2" 693 4,585 1. C812 CATCHBASIN IS RATED FOR PEDESTRIAN LOADING. ALL OTHERS ARE TRAFFIC DUTY. 2. ALL JUNCTION BOXES ARE STANDARD PEDESTRIAN DUTY OR OPTIONAL TRAFFIC DUTY. GO ©Park 2000 0-913 SPECIFICATIONS CONCRETE Class 1 concrete with of design strength of 4500 PSI at 28 days. Unit is of monolithic construction at floor and first stage of wall with sectional riser to required depth. REINFORCEMENT: Grade 60 reinforced. Steel rebar conforming to ASTM A615 on required centers or equal. C.I. CASTINGS: Cast iron frames and grates are manufactured of grey cast iron conforming to ASTM A48-76 Class y0. T1 F 6" or 12" H2 T1 PARTIAL SECTION 800-256-8041 LNI IM%RK EN'ARONMENTAL ECUIPME1T "Expect the Best" PRECAST CONCRETE CATCHBASIN / JUNCTION BOX 18" THRU 36" SCALE NONE DWG. NO.FA DATE 7/09 CBJB36 DETENTION POND DATA COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: DETENTION POND VOLUMES COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS CALCULATED 05-12-2004 15:13:32 DISK FILE: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL VOL Planimeter scale: 1 inch = 1 ft. * Incremental volume computed by the Conic Method for Reservoir Volumes. Volume = (1/3) * (EL2-EL1) * (Areal + Area2 + sq.rt.(Areal*Area2)) where: EL1, EL2 = Lower and upper elevations of the increment Areal,Area2 = Areas computed for EL1, EL2, respectively Volume = Incremental volume between EL1 and EL2 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc * Elevation Planimeter Area Al+A2+sgr(A1*A2) Volume Volume Sum (ft) (sq.in.) (acres) (acres) (acre -ft) (acre -ft) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 292.20 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 292.21 200.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 292.40 650.00 0.01 0.03 0.00 0.00 293.00 1,595.00 0.04 0.07 0.01 0.02 294.00 2,859.00 0.07 0.15 0.05 0.07 295.00 2,859.00 0.07 0.20 0.07 0.13 296.00 2,966.00 0.07 0.20 0.07 0.20 297.00 3,890.00 0.09 0.24 0.08 0.28 297.25 4,123.00 0.09 0.28 0.02 0.30 298.00 20,018.00 0.46 0.76 0.19 0.49 * Incremental volume computed by the Conic Method for Reservoir Volumes. Volume = (1/3) * (EL2-EL1) * (Areal + Area2 + sq.rt.(Areal*Area2)) where: EL1, EL2 = Lower and upper elevations of the increment Areal,Area2 = Areas computed for EL1, EL2, respectively Volume = Incremental volume between EL1 and EL2 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Outlet Structure File: PATEL STR POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Date Executed: Time Executed: ******************** OUTLET STRUCTURES COMFORT SUITES COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS ******************** ***** COMPOSITE OUTFLOW SUMMARY **** Elevation (ft) Q (cfs) Contributing Structures 292.20 0.0 2 292.35 0.1 2 292.50 0.3 2 292.65 0.6 2 292.80 1.0 2 292.95 1.4 2 293.10 1.9 2 293.25 2.4 2 293.40 2.8 2 293.55 3.1 2 293.70 3.5 2 293.85 3.8 2 294.00 4.1 2 294.15 4.3 2 294.30 4.6 2 294.45 4.8 2 294.60 5.0 2 294.75 5.2 2 294.90 5.4 2 295.05 5.6 2 295.20 5.8 2 295.35 6.0 2 295.50 6.2 2 295.65 6.3 2 295.80 6.5 2 295.95 6.7 2 296.10 6.8 2 296.25 7.0 2 296.40 7.1 2 296.55 7.3 2 296.70 7.4 2 296.85 7.6 2 297.00 7.7 2 297.15 7.9 2 297.30 8.0 2 297.45 8.1 2 297.60 8.3 2 297.75 8.4 1 +2 297.90 15.5 1 +2 298.00 23.6 1 +2 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Outlet Structure File: PATEL STR POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Date Executed: Time Executed: OUTLET STRUCTURES COMFORT SUITES COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS ******************** Outlet Structure File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL STR Planimeter Input File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL VOL Rating Table Output File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Min. Elev.(ft) = 292.2 Max. Elev.(ft) = 298 Incr.(ft) = .15 Additional elevations (ft) to be included in table: * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * SYSTEM CONNECTIVITY ********************************************** Structure No. Q Table Q Table WEIR -VR 1 -> 1 CULVERT -CR 2 + 1 -> 3 Outflow rating table summary was stored in file: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Outlet Structure File: PATEL STR POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Date Executed: Time Executed: ******************** OUTLET STRUCTURES COMFORT SUITES COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS ******************** >>>>>> Structure NO. 1 <<<<<< (Input Data) WEIR -VR Weir - Vertical Rectangular El elev.(ft)? 292.20 E2 elev.(ft)? 298.001 Weir coefficient? 3 Weir elev.(ft)? 297.75 Length (ft)? 40 Contracted/Suppressed (CIS)? C S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Outlet Structure File: PATEL STR POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Date Executed: Time Executed: ******************** OUTLET STRUCTURES COMFORT SUITES COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS ******************** >>>>>> Structure No. 2 <<<<<< (Input Data) CULVERT -CR Circular Culvert (With Inlet Control) E1 elev.(ft)? E2 elev.(ft)? Diam. (ft)? Inv. el.(ft)? Slope (ft/ft)? T1 ratio? T2 ratio? K Coeff.? M Coeff.? c Coeff.? Y Coeff.? Form 1 or 2? Slope factor? 5:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc 292.20 298.001 .981667 292.20 .002 .0098 2 .0398 .67 1 -.5 Outlet Structure File: PATEL STR POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Date Executed: Time Executed: ******************** OUTLET STRUCTURES COMFORT SUITES COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS ******************** Outflow Rating Table for Structure #1 WEIR -VR Weir - Vertical Rectangular ***** INLET CONTROL ASSUMED ***** Elevation (ft) Q (cfs) Computation Messages -------------- 292.20 ------- 0.0 ------------------------ E < Inv.E1.= 297.75 292.35 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 292.50 0.0 E < Inv.E1.= 297.75 292.65 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 292.80 0.0 E < Inv.E1.= 297.75 292.95 0.0 E < Inv.E1.= 297.75 293.10 0.0 E < Inv.E1.= 297.75 293.25 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 293.40 0.0 E < Inv.E1.= 297.75 293.55 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 293.70 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 293.85 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 294.00 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 294.15 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 294.30 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 294.45 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 294.60 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 294.75 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 294.90 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 295.05 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 295.20 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 295.35 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 295.50 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 295.65 0.0 E < Inv.E1.= 297.75 295.80 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 295.95 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 296.10 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 296.25 0.0 E < Inv.E1.= 297.75 296.40 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 296.55 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 296.70 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 296.85 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 297.00 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 297.15 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Outlet Structure File: PATEL STR POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Date Executed: Time Executed: >>>>> CONTINUED from previous page <<<<< Outflow Rating Table for Structure #1 WEIR -VR Weir - Vertical Rectangular ***** INLET CONTROL ASSUMED ***** Elevation (ft) Q (cfs) Computation Messages -------------- ------- ------------------------ 297.30 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 297.45 0.0 E < Inv.El.= 297.75 297.60 0.0 E < Inv.E1.= 297.75 297.75 0.0 H =0.0 297.90 7.0 H =.15 298.00 15.0 H =.25 C = 3 L (ft) = 40 H (ft) = Table elev. - Invert elev. ( 297.75 ft ) Q (cfs) = C * (L -.2H) * (H**1.5) -- Contracted Weir S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Outlet Structure File: PATEL STR POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Date Executed: Time Executed: ******************** OUTLET STRUCTURES COMFORT SUITES COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS ******************** Outflow Rating Table for Structure #2 CULVERT -CR Circular Culvert (With Inlet Control) ***** INLET CONTROL ASSUMED ***** Elevation (ft) Q (cfs) Computation ------------------------ Messages -------------- 292.20 ------- 0.0 No headwater 292.35 0.1 Equ.l: HW =.15 do=.107 292.50 0.3 Equ.l: HW =.3 do=.22 292.65 0.6 Equ.l: HW =.45 do=.327 292.80 1.0 Equ.l: HW =.6 do=.424 292.95 1.4 Equ.l: HW =.750 do=.510 293.10 1.9 Equ.l: HW =.9 do=.59 293.25 2.4 Equ.l: HW =1.05 do=.664 293.40 2.8 Transition: HW =1.2 293.55 3.1 Submerged: HW =1.35 293.70 3.5 Submerged: HW =1.5 293.85 3.8 Submerged: HW =1.65 294.00 4.1 Submerged: HW =1.8 294.15 4.3 Submerged: HW =1.95 294.30 4.6 Submerged: HW =2.1 294.45 4.8 Submerged: HW =2.25 294.60 5.0 Submerged: HW =2.4 294.75 5.2 Submerged: HW =2.55 294.90 5.4 Submerged: HW =2.7 295.05 5.6 Submerged: HW =2.85 295.20 5.8 Submerged: HW =3.0 295.35 6.0 Submerged: HW =3.15 295.50 6.2 Submerged: HW =3.3 295.65 6.3 Submerged: HW =3.45 295.80 6.5 Submerged: HW =3.6 295.95 6.7 Submerged: HW =3.75 296.10 6.8 Submerged: HW =3.9 296.25 7.0 Submerged: HW =4.05 296.40 7.1 Submerged: HW =4.2 296.55 7.3 Submerged: HW =4.35 296.70 7.4 Submerged: HW =4.5 5:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Ac=. 045 Ac=. 127 Ac=. 221 Ac=. 313 Ac=. 398 Ac=.476 Ac=. 545 Outlet Structure File: PATEL STR POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Date Executed: Time Executed: >>>>> CONTINUED from previous page <<<<< Outflow Rating Table for Structure #2 CULVERT -CR Circular Culvert (With Inlet Control) ***** INLET CONTROL ASSUMED ***** Elevation (ft) Q (cfs) Computation Messages 296.85 7.6 Submerged: HW =4.65 297.00 7.7 Submerged: HW =4.8 297.15 7.9 Submerged: HW =4.95 297.30 8.0 Submerged: HW =5.1 297.45 8.1 Submerged: HW =5.25 297.60 8.3 Submerged: HW =5.4 297.75 8.4 Submerged: HW =5.55 297.90 8.5 Submerged: HW =5.7 298.00 8.6 Submerged: HW =5.8 Used Unsubmerged Equ. Form (1) for elev. less than 293.34 ft Used Submerged Equation for elevations greater than 293.48 ft HW=Headwater (ft) dc=Critical depth (ft) Ac=Area (sq.ft) at do Transition flows interpolated from the following values: E1=293.34 ft; Q1=2.62 cfs; Dc=.7 ft; E2=293.48 ft; Q2=3.0 cfs 5:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort InnOrain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Outlet Structure File: PATEL STR POND -2 Version: 5.21 Date Executed: SIN: Time Executed: ******************** OUTLET STRUCTURES COMFORT SUITES COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS ******************** Outflow Rating Table 3 Table 3 = 1 + 2 Elevation (ft) Q (cfs) Contributing Structures 292.20 0.0 2 292.35 0.1 2 292.50 0.3 2 292.65 0.6 2 292.80 1.0 2 292.95 1.4 2 293.10 1.9 2 293.25 2.4 2 293.40 2.8 2 293.55 3.1 2 293.70 3.5 2 293.85 3.8 2 294.00 4.1 2 294.15 4.3 2 294.30 4.6 2 294.45 4.8 2 294.60 5.0 2 294.75 5.2 2 294.90 5.4 2 295.05 5.6 2 295.20 5.8 2 295.35 6.0 2 295.50 6.2 2 295.65 6.3 2 295.80 6.5 2 295.95 6.7 2 296.10 6.8 2 296.25 7.0 2 296.40 7.1 2 296.55 7.3 2 296.70 7.4 2 296.85 7.6 2 297.00 7.7 2 297.15 7.9 2 297.30 8.0 2 297.45 8.1 2 297.60 8.3 2 297.75 8.4 1 +2 297.90 15.5 1 +2 298.00 23.6 1 +2 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc 2 -YR STORM EVENT COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS COMFORT SUITES 5/12/04 3:41 PM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS STORM EVENT: B 1 D E 2 YR STORM 65 8.0 0.806 2 YEAR STORM DRAINAGE AREA #1 EXISTING: TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS TRAVEL V, FPS TIME LANDSCAPED AREA 140 1.2% 1.20 TYPE LF % ( (FIG 5) SEC I MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 600 1.2% 1.00 600.00 10.00 10.00 TYPE 10.00 C TBL5) TYPE C TBL5) % C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 100.0% 0.36 0.07 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 100.0% 0.36 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 100.0% 0.60 6.33 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 108,150 2.48 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 5.72 PROPOSED: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF 1 % (FIG 5) SEC I MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 410 1.2% 1.00 410.00 6.83 LANDSCAPED AREA 140 1.2% 1.20 116.67 1.94 STORM SEWER 90 0.2% 3.00 30.00 0.50 10.00 TYPE C TBL5) % C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 40.1% 0.14 LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 16.7% 0.07 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 43.2% 0.39 100.0% 0.60 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 6.33 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 43,410 1.00 LANDSCAPED AREAS 18,010 0.41 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 46,730 1.07 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 9.48 TP, HR TP 40, 2YR, 24 HR, INCHES 4.5 PERCENT IMPERVOUS 43% VOLUME RUNOFF, PERCENT 73% VOLUME RUNOFF, INCHES 3.30 TIME TO PEAK, HR 0.63 POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:29:45 ************************** * * * 2 YEAR STORM * COMFORT SUITES * COLLEGE STATION * BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS * * ************************** Inflow Hydrograph: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\2DEV HYD Rating Table file: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\PATEL PND ----INITIAL CONDITIONS ---- Elevation = 292.20 ft Outflow = 0.00 cfs Storage = 0.00 ac -ft GIVEN POND DATA (ELEVATIONI OUTFLOW I STORAGE I 1 (ft) 1 (cfs) 1 (ac -ft) 1 1---------1---------I----------1 1 292.20 1 0.0 1 0.0001 1 292.35 1 0.1 1 0.0011 1 292.50 1 0.3 1 0.0031 1 292.65 1 0.6 1 0.0061 1 292.80 1 1.0 1 0.0101 1 292.95 1 1.4 1 0.0151 1 293.10 1 1.9 1 0.0211 1 293.25 1 2.4 1 0.0271 1 293.40 1 2.8 1 0.0331 1 293.55 1 3.1 1 0.0411 1 293.70 1 3.5 1 0.0491 1 293.85 1 3.8 1 0.0581 1 294.00 1 4.1 1 0.0671 1 294.15 1 4.3 1 0.0771 1 294.30 1 4.6 1 0.0871 1 294.45 1 4.8 1 0.0971 1 294.60 1 5.0 1 0.1071 1 294.75 1 5.2 1 0.1161 1 294.90 1 5.4 1 0.1261 1 295.05 1 5.6 1 0.1361 1 295.20 1 5.8 1 0.1461 1 295.35 1 6.0 1 0.1561 1 295.50 1 6.2 1 0.1661 1 295.65 1 6.3 1 0.1761 1 295.80 1 6.5 1 0.1861 1 295.95 1 6.7 1 0.1961 1 296.10 1 6.8 1 0.2071 1 296.25 1 7.0 1 0.2171 1 296.40 1 7.1 1 0.2291 1 296.55 1 7.3 1 0.2401 1 296.70 1 ------------------------------ 7.4 1 0.2521 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Page 1 INTERMEDIATE ROUTING COMPUTATIONS -------------------------- 1 2S/t 2S/t + 0 1 (cfs) 1 (cfs) 1 1------------1-------------1 0.0 1 0.0 1 1 0.3 1 0.4 1 1 0.8 1 1.1 1 1 1.6 1 2.2 1 1 2.5 1 3.5 1 3.6 1 5.0 i 1 5.0 1 6.9 1 1 6.5 ( 8.9 1 1 8.1 1 10.9 1 1 9.9 1 13.0 1 1 11.8 1 15.3 1 1 14.0 1 17.8 1 16.3 1 20.4 1 1 18.6 ( 22.9 1 1 21.0 1 25.6 1 1 23.4 1 28.2 1 1 25.8 1 30.8 1 28.2 1 33.4 1 1 30.6 1 36.0 1 1 32.9 1 38.5 1 1 35.3 ( 41.1 1 1 37.7 ( 43.7 1 1 40.2 1 46.4 1 1 42.6 1 48.9 1 45.0 1 51.5 1 1 47.5 1 54.2 1 1 50.0 1 56.8 1 1 52.6 1 59.6 1 1 55.3 1 62.4 1 1 58.1 ( 65.4 1 61.1 1 -------------------------- 68.5 1 EXECUTED 05-12-2004 15:29:45 DISK FILES: 2DEV HYD ; PATEL PND GIVEN POND DATA ------------------------------ 1ELEVATIONI OUTFLOW I STORAGE 1 (ft) 1 (cfs) 1 (ac -ft) 1 1---------1---------1----------1 1 296.85 ( 7.6 I 0.2651 1 297.00 1 7.7 1 0.2781 1 297.15 1 7.9 1 0.2921 297.30 1 8.0 1 0.3061 1 297.45 1 8.1 1 0.3271 297.60 1 8.3 1 0.3561 1 297.75 1 8.4 1 0.3971 1 297.90 1 15.5 1 0.4491 1 298.00 1 ------------------------------ 23.6 ( 0.4921 Page 2 INTERMEDIATE ROUTING COMPUTATIONS -------------------------- 2S/t ( 2S/t + 0 1 (cfs) 1 (cfs) 1 1------------1-------------1 1 64.1 1 71.7 1 67.3 1 75.0 1 1 70.6 1 78.5 1 1 74.1 1 82.1 1 1 79.1 1 87.2 1 1 86.2 1 94.5 1 96.0 1 104.4 1 108.7 ( 124.2 1 1 119.0 1 -------------------------- 142.6 1 Time increment (t) = 0.100 hrs. S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 3 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:29:45 Pond File: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\2DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS 1 TIME 1 INFLOW ( I1+I2 2S/t - O 1 2S/t + O OUTFLOW (ELEVATION) (hrs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) ---------1---------1 1 (ft) -----------------� 0.000 0.001 ---------1------------ 1 ----- 1 0.0 ( ----------- 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 0.100 0.581 1 0.6 1 0.3 0.61 0.16 1 292.39 1 0.200 2.171 1 2.8 1 1.3 3.01 0.86 1 292.75 1 0.300 4.391 1 6.6 1 3.6 ( 7.91 2.15 1 293.17 0.400 6.691 1 11.1 1 7.9 1 14.61 3.38 1 293.66 1 0.500 8.521 1 15.2 1 14.5 1 23.11 4.32 1 294.16 1 1 0.600 9.431 1 18.0 1 22.2 1 32.41 5.13 1 294.69 1 1 0.700 1 9.191 1 18.6 1 29.2 i 40.81 5.77 1 295.18 1 1 0.800 1 7.901 1 17.1 1 33.9 1 46.31 6.20 1 295.50 1 1 0.900 1 6.421 1 14.3 1 35.7 1 48.21 6.27 1 295.61 1 1 1.000 1 5.231 1 11.7 1 34.9 ( 47.31 6.24 1 295.56 1 1 1.100 1 4.251 1 9.5 1 32.3 1 44.41 6.05 1 295.39 1 1 1.200 1 3.461 1 7.7 1 28.5 1 40.01 5.71 1 295.13 1 1 1.300 1 2.811 1 6.3 1 24.2 1 34.81 5.31 1 294.83 1 1 1.400 1 2.291 1 5.1 1 19.5 1 29.31 4.88 1 294.51 1 1 1.500 1 1.861 1 4.2 1 14.9 1 23.71 4.38 1 294.19 1 1 1.600 1 1.521 1 3.4 1 10.6 i 18.31 3.86 1 293.88 1 1 1.700 1 1.231 1 2.8 1 7.0 1 13.31 3.16 1 293.57 1 1 1.800 1 1.001 1 2.2 1 4.3 1 9.21 2.47 1 293.28 1 1 1.900 1 0.821 1 1.8 1 2.7 ( 6.11 1.69 ( 293.04 1 1 2.000 1 0.661 1 1.5 1 1.8 ( 4.21 1.19 ( 292.87 1 1 2.100 ( 0.541 1 1.2 1 1.3 1 3.01 0.86 1 292.75 1 1 2.200 1 0.441 1 1.0 1 1.0 1 2.31 0.64 1 292.66 1 1 2.300 1 0.361 1 0.8 1 0.8 1 1.81 0.50 1 292.60 1 1 2.400 1 0.291 1 0.6 1 0.7 1 1.51 0.40 1 292.55 1 1 2.500 1 0.241 1 0.5 1 0.6 1 1.21 0.32 1 292.51 1 1 2.600 1 0.191 1 0.4 1 0.5 ( 1.01 0.26 1 292.47 1 1 2.700 ( 0.161 1 0.4 1 0.4 1 0.81 0.22 1 292.44 1 1 2.800 1 0.131 1 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.71 0.18 1 292.41 1 1 2.900 1 0.101 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.51 0.15 1 292.38 1 1 3.000 1 0.081 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.41 0.12 1 292.36 1 1 3.100 1 0.071 1 0.2 1 0.2 ( 0.31 0.09 ( 292.34 1 1 3.200 1 0.061 1 0.1 1 0.1 ( 0.31 0.08 1 292.32 1 1 3.300 1 0.051 1 0.1 1 0.1 ( 0.21 0.07 1 292.30 1 1 3.400 ( 0.041 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.05 1 292.28 1 1 3.500 1 0.031 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.04 1 292.27 1 1 3.600 1 0.021 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.11 0.03 1 292.25 1 3.700 1 0.021 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.03 1 292.24 1 1 3.800 1 0.021 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.02 1 292.23 1 1 3.900 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.02 1 292.23 1 1 4.000 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.01 1 292.22 1 4.100 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 1 4.200 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 1 4.300 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 1 4.400 1 ------------------ 0.001 1 0.0 1 ------------------------------------------------------ 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.21 1 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suifes.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 4 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:29:45 Pond File: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\2DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS TIME I INFLOW I I1+I2 2S/t - O I 2S/t + O I OUTFLOW IELEVATIONI (hrs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) --------- I (ft) I---------� -----------------� 4.500 ( 0.001 --------- I 1 0.0 I ------------ 0.0 ----------- 0.01 0.00 I 292.21 4.600 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 4.700 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 4.800 ( 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 4.900 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 5.000 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 5.100 I 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 5.200 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 5.300 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 5.400 I 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 5.500 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 5.600 ( 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 5.700 0.001 I 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 5.800 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 5.900 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 6.000 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.100 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.200 1 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.300 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.400 I 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 6.500 1 0.001 I 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 6.600 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.700 1 0.001 I 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.800 1 0.001 I 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.900 I 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.000 I 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.100 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.200 0.001 ( 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.300 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 7.400 0.001 ( 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.500 ( 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.600 I 0.001 I 0.0 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 7.700 I 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 7.800 I 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.900 I ----------------- 0.001 I 0.0 I ------------------------ 0.0 I 0.01 ----------------------------- 0.00 ( 292.20 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:29:45 Page 5 ****************** SUMMARY OF ROUTING COMPUTATIONS ****************** Pond File: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\2DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\OUT HYD Starting Pond W.S. Elevation = 292.20 ft ***** Summary of Peak Outflow and Peak Elevation ***** Peak Inflow = 9.43 cfs Peak Outflow = 6.27 cfs Peak Elevation = 295.61 ft ***** Summary of Approximate Peak Storage ***** Initial Storage = 0.00 ac -ft Peak Storage From Storm = 0.17 ac -ft --------------- Total Storage in Pond = 0.17 ac -ft S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 6 Pond File: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\2DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\OUT HYD EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 Peak Inflow = 9.43 cfs 15:29:45 Peak Outflow = 6.27 cfs Peak Elevation = 295.61 ft Flow (cfs) 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 11.0 0.0 -jx �x x x .2 x x .3 x x .4 -I x x * .5 -� x x .6 x x .7 -) x x .8 -) x x .9 x* * x 1.0 x * x 1.1 x * x 1.2 -I * x * x 1.3 x * x 1.4 x * x 1.5 -) * x * x 1.6 x * x 1.7 x * x 1.8 x * x 1.9 x TIME (hrs) * File: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\2DEV HYD Qmax = 9.4 cfs ` x File: S:\ENGR\DETAIN\PATEL\OUT HYD Qmax = 6.3 cfs S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc 5 -YR STORM EVENT COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS COMFORT SUITES SF 5/12/04 3:41 PM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS 43,410 1.00 LANDSCAPED AREAS REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS 0.41 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 46,730 STORM EVENT: B I D E 108,150 2.48 5 YR STORM 76 8.5 0.785 11.52 5 YEAR STORM DRAINAGE AREA #1 EXISTING: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) ( SEC MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 600 1.2% 1.00 600.00 10.00 10.00 TYPE C (TBL5) % C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 100.0% 0.36 100.0% 0.36 1, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 7.69 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 108,150 2.48 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 6.95 PROPOSED: TRAVEL________d V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) ( SEC MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 410 1.2% 1.00 410.00 6.83 LANDSCAPED AREA 140 1.2% 1.20 116.67 1.94 STORM SEWER 90 0.2% 3.00 30.00 0.50 10.00 TYPE C (TBL5) % C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 40.1% 0.14 LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 16.7% 0.07 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 43.2% 0.39 100.0% 0.60 1, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 7.69 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 43,410 1.00 LANDSCAPED AREAS 18,010 0.41 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 46,730 1.07 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 11.52 TP, HR TP 40, 5YR, 24 HR, INCHES 6.15 PERCENTIMPERVOUS 43% VOLUME RUNOFF, PERCENT 73% VOLUME RUNOFF, INCHES 4.51 TIME TO PEAK, HR 0.71 POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 1 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:17:28 ************************** * * * 5 YEAR STORM * COMFORT SUITES * COLLEGE STATION * BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS * ************************** Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\SDEV HYD Rating Table file: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND ----INITIAL CONDITIONS ---- Elevation = 292.20 ft Outflow = 0.00 cfs Storage = 0.00 ac -ft S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc INTERMEDIATE ROUTING GIVEN POND DATA COMPUTATIONS ------------------------------- 1ELEVATION1 OUTFLOW 1 STORAGE I -------------------------- 1 2S/t ( 2S/t + 0 1 (ft) (cfs) (ac -ft) (cfs) -------------1 (cfs) ------------------ 292.20 1 0.0 ----------1 0.0001 ------------ 0.0 1 0.0 1 1 292.35 0.1 I 0.0011 1 0.3 0.4 1 292.50 0.3 1 0.0031 1 0.8 ( 1.1 1 292.65 0.6 1 0.0061 1 1.6 2.2 1 1 292.80 1.0 1 0.0101 1 2.5 ( 3.5 1 1 292.95 1 1.4 1 0.0151 1 3.6 1 5.0 1 1 293.10 1 1.9 1 0.0211 1 5.0 1 6.9 1 293.25 1 2.4 1 0.0271 1 6.5 1 8.9 1 1 293.40 ( 2.8 1 0.0331 1 8.1 1 10.9 1 293.55 1 3.1 1 0.0411 1 9.9 1 13.0 1 1 293.70 1 3.5 1 0.0491 1 11.8 1 15.3 1 1 293.85 1 3.8 1 0.0581 1 14.0 ( 17.8 1 1 294.00 1 4.1 1 0.0671 1 16.3 1 20.4 1 1 294.15 ( 4.3 1 0.0771 1 18.6 1 22.9 1 1 294.30 1 4.6 1 0.0871 1 21.0 1 25.6 1 1 294.45 1 4:8 1 0.0971 1 23.4 1 28.2 1 1 294.60 1 5.0 1 0.1071 1 25.8 1 30.8 1 1 294.75 1 5.2 1 0.1161 1 28.2 1 33.4 1 1 294.90 1 5.4 1 0.1261 1 30.6 1 36.0 1 1 295.05 1 5.6 1 0.1361 1 32.9 1 38.5 1 1 295.20 1 5.8 1 0.1461 1 35.3 1 41.1 1 1 295.35 1 6.0 1 0.1561 1 37.7 1 43.7 1 1 295.50 1 6.2 1 0.1661 1 40.2 1 46.4 1 1 295.65 1 6.3 1 0.1761 1 42.6 1 48.9 1 1 295.80 1 6.5 1 0.1861 1 45.0 1 51.5 1 1 295.95 1 6.7 1 0.1961 1 47.5 1 54.2 1 1 296.10 1 6.8 1 0.2071 1 50.0 1 56.8 1 296.25 1 7.0 1 0.2171 1 52.6 1 59.6 1 296.40 1 7.1 1 0.2291 1 55.3 1 62.4 1 1 296.55 1 7.3 1 0.2401 1 58.1 1 65.4 1 1 296.70 1 ------------------------------ 7.4 1 0.2521 1 61.1 1 -------------------------- 68.5 1 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc EXECUTED 05-12-2004 15:17:28 Page 2 DISK FILES: 5DEV HYD ; PATEL PND GIVEN POND DATA ------------------------------ JELEVATIONI OUTFLOW I STORAGE (ft) (cfs) (ac -ft) ---------- ------------------ 296.85 7.6 I 0.265 297.00 7.7 I 0.278 297.15 ( 7.9 0.292 297.30 8.0 0.306 297.45 I 8.1 0.327 297.60 8.3 0.356 297.75 8.4 I 0.397 297.90 15.5 I 0.449 298.00 ------------------------------ 23.6 I 0.492 INTERMEDIATE ROUTING COMPUTATIONS -------------------------- 2S/t 2S/t + 0 (cfs) ( -------------� (cfs) ------------ 64.1 I 71.7 67.3 I 75.0 70.6 78.5 74.1 82.1 79.1 87.2 86.2 94.5 96.0 104.4 108.7 124.2 119.0 -------------------------- 142.6 Time increment (t) = 0.100 hrs. S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND-2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 3 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:17:28 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\SDEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS ------------------ 1 TIME INFLOW ( ------------------- I1+I2 2S/t - O 2S/t + O ( OUTFLOW (ELEVATIONI (hrs) (cfs) ( (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) ---------1---------1 1 (ft) -----------------� 1 0.000 0.001 ---------1------------ 1----- 1 ----------- 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 0.100 0.551 1 0.6 1 0.3 1 0.61 0.15 292.39 1 0.200 1 2.111 1 2.7 1 1.3 1 2.91 0.83 1 292.74 1 0.300 1 4.371 1 6.5 1 3.5 1 7.71 2.12 1 293.17 1 0.400 1 6.901 1 11.3 1 8.0 1 14.81 3.40 1 293.66 1 1 0.500 1 9.211 1 16.1 1 15.2 1 24.11 4.43 1 294.21 1 0.600 1 10.851 1 20.1 ( 24.6 1 35.31 5.35 1 294.86 1 1 0.700 1 11.511 1 22.4 1 34.5 1 46.91 6.22 1 295.53 1 0.800 1 11.071 1 22.6 1 43.4 1 57.11 6.82 1 296.12 1 1 0.900 1 9.621 1 20.7 1 49.7 1 64.11 7.21 1 296.49 1 1.000 1 8.011 1 17.6 1 52.6 1 67.31 7.36 ( 296.64 1 1 1.100 1 6.671 1 14.7 1 52.6 1 67.31 7.36 1 296.64 1 1 1.200 1 5.561 1 12.2 1 50.3 ( 64.81 7.26 1 296.52 1 1 1.300 1 4.631 1 10.2 1 46.4 1 60.51 7.03 1 296.30 1 1.400 ( 3.851 1 8.5 1 41.4 1 54.91 6.73 1 295.99 1 1.500 1 3.211 1 7.1 1 35.9 1 48.51 6.28 1 295.63 1 1 1.600 ( 2.671 1 5.9 1 30.1 1 41.81 5.85 1 295.24 1 1.700 1 2.221 1 4.9 1 24.3 1 35.01 5.33 1 294.84 1 1 1.800 1 1.851 1 4.1 1 18.8 1 28.41 4.82 1 294.46 1 1 1.900 1 1.541 1 3.4 1 13.7 1 22.21 4.24 1 294.11 1 1 2.000 1 1.281 1 2.8 1 9.2 1 16.51 3.64 1 293.77 1 1 2.100 1 1.071 1 2.4 1 5.8 1 11.61 2.90 1 293.45 1 2.200 1 0.891 1 2.0 1 3.5 1 7.71 2.12 1 293.17 1 1 2.300 1 0.741 1 1.6 1 2.3 1 5.11 1.43 1 292.96 1 2.400 1 0.621 1 1.4 1 1.6 1 3.61 1.04 1 292.81 1 1 2.500 1 0.511 1 1.1 1 1.2 1 2.71 0.76 1 292.71 i 1 2.600 1 0.431 1 0.9 1 0.9 1 2.11 0.58 1 292.64 1 1 2.700 i 0.361 1 0.8 1 0.8 1 1.71 0.48 1 292.59 1 1 2.800 1 0.301 1 0.7 1 0.7 1 1.41 0.39 1 292.55 1 1 2.900 1 0.251 1 0.6 1 0.6 1 1.21 0.32 1 292.51 1 1 3.000 1 0.211 1 0.5 1 0.5 1 1.01 0.27 1 292.48 1 1 3.100 1 0.171 1 0.4 1 0.4 ( 0.91 0.23 1 292.45 1 1 3.200 1 0.141 1 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.71 0.19 1 292.42 1 1 3.300 ( 0.121 1 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.61 0.16 1 292.39 1 1 3.400 ( 0.101 1 0.2 1 0.2 ( 0.51 0.13 1 292.37 1 1 3.500 ( 0.081 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.41 0.11 1 292.36 1 1 3.600 ( 0.071 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.31 0.09 1 292.34 1 1 3.700 1 0.061 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.31 0.08 1 292.32 1 1 3.800 1 0.051 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.07 1 292.30 1 3.900 1 0.041 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.05 1 292.28 1 1 4.000 1 0.031 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.04 1 292.27 1 4.100 1 0.031 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.11 0.04 1 292.25 1 1 4.200 1 0.021 1 0.1.) 0.1 i 0.11 0.03 1 292.25 1 1 4.300 1 0.021 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.02 1 292.24 1 1 4.400 1 0.021 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.02 1 292.23 1 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 4 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:17:28 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\SDEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS TIME INFLOW I I I1+I2 I 2S/t - O 2S/t + O I OUTFLOW JELEVATION1 (hrs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) I I (cfs) --------- I (ft) I---------� -----------------� 4.500 0.011 --------- I ( 0.0 1 ------------ 0.0 ----------- 0.11 0.02 1 292.23 4.600 I 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.11 0.01 1 292.22 4.700 0.011 ( 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 4.800 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.01 I 292.22 4.900 I 0.011 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 5.000 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 5.100 0.001 1 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.01 1 292.21 5.200 0.001 1 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.21 5.300 ( 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 5.400 ( 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 5.500 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 5.600 I 0.001 ( 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 5.700 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 5.800 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 5.900 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 6.000 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 6.100 I 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 6.200 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 6.300 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.400 0.001 ( 0.0 ( 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 6.500 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 6.600 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.700 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.800 I 0.001 1 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.900 I 0.001 1 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.000 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.100 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 7.200 ( 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.300 ( 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.400 ( 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 7.500 I 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 7.600 I 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.700 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.800 I 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 7.900 I ----------------- 0.001 I 0.0 I ------------------------------------------------------ 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:17:28 Page 5 ****************** SUMMARY OF ROUTING COMPUTATIONS ****************** Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\5DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD Starting Pond W.S. Elevation = 292.20 ft ***** Summary of Peak Outflow and Peak Elevation ***** Peak Inflow = 11.51 cfs Peak Outflow = 7.36 cfs Peak Elevation = 296.64 ft ***** Summary of Approximate Peak Storage ***** Initial Storage = Peak Storage From Storm = Total Storage in Pond S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc 0.00 ac -ft 0.25 ac -ft --------------- 0.25 ac -ft POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 6 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\5DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 Peak Inflow = 11.51 cfs 15:17:28 Peak Outflow = 7.36 cfs Peak Elevation = 296.64 ft Flow (cfs) 0.0 1.5 3.0 4.5 6.0 7.5 9.0 10.5 12.0 13.5 15.0 16.5 .1 x* x .2 x x .3 -) x x .4 x x .5 x x .6 x x .7 x x .8 -) x x .9 -) x x 1.0 x x 1.1 x * x 1.2 -) * x * x 1.3 x * x 1.4 x * x 1.5 -) * x * x 1.6 -) * x * x 1.7 x * x 1.8 x * x 1.9 x * x 2.0 x TIME (hrs) * File: s:\engr\detain\patel\5DEV HYD Qmax = x File: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD Qmax = S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc 11.5 cfs 7.4 cfs I0 -YR STORM EVENT COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS COMFORT SUITES 5/12/04 3:41 PM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS STORM EVENT: B 1 D E 10 YR STORM 80 8.5 0.763 10 YEAR STORM DRAINAGE AREA #1 EXISTING: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF 7 % (FIG 5) SEC MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 600 1.2% 1.00 600.00 10.00 10.00 TYPE C (T131-5) % C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 100.0% 0.36 100.0% 0.36 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 8.63 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 108,150 2.48 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 7.80 PROPOSED: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) SEC I MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 410 1.2% 1.00 410.00 6.83 LANDSCAPED AREA 140 1.2% 1.20 116.67 1.94 STORM SEWER 90 0.2% 3.00 30.00 0.50 10.00 TYPE C (TBL5) % C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.36 0.42 40.1% 16.7% 0.14 0.07 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 43.2% 0.39 100.0% 0.60 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 8.63 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 43,410 1.00 LANDSCAPED AREAS 18,010 0.41 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 46,730 1.07 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 12.93 TP, HR TP 40, 10YR, 24 HR, INCHES 7.4 PERCENTIMPERVOUS 43% VOLUME RUNOFF, PERCENT 73% VOLUME RUNOFF, INCHES 5.43 TIME TO PEAK, HR 0.76 POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:18:33 * * 10 YEAR STORM * COMFORT SUITES * COLLEGE STATION * BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS * * ************************** Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\10DEV Rating Table file: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL ----INITIAL CONDITIONS ---- Elevation = 292.20 ft Outflow = 0.00 cfs Storage = 0.00 ac -ft GIVEN POND DATA 1ELEVATIONI OUTFLOW I STORAGE 1 (ft) 1 (cfs) 1 (ac -ft) 1 1---------1---------1----------1 1 292.20 ( 0.0 1 0.0001 1 292.35 1 0.1 1 0.0011 1 292.50 1 0.3 1 0.0031 1 292.65 1 0.6 1 0.0061 1 292.80 1 1.0 1 0.0101 1 292.95 1 1.4 1 0.0151 1 293.10 1 1.9 1 0.0211 1 293.25 1 2.4 1 0.0271 1 293.40 1 2.8 1 0.0331 1 293.55 1 3.1 1 0.0411 1 293.70 1 3.5 1 0.0491 _ 1 293.85 1 3.8 1 0.0581 1 294.00 1 4.1 1 0.0671 1 294.15 1 4.3 1 0.0771 1 294.30 1 4.6 1 0.0871 1 294.45 1 4.8 1 0.0971 1 294.60 1 5.0 1 0.1071 1 294.75 1 5.2 1 0.1161 1 294.90 1 5.4 1 0.1261 1 295.05 1 5.6 1 0.1361 1 295.20 1 5.8 1 0.1461 1 295.35 1 6.0 1 0.1561 1 295.50 1 6.2 1 0.1661 1 295.65 1 6.3 1 0.1761 1 295.80 1 6.5 1 0.1861 1 295.95 1 6.7 1 0.1961 1 296.10 1 6.8 1 0.2071 1 296.25 1 7.0 ( 0.2171 1 296.40 1 7.1 1 0.2291 1 296.55 1 7.3 1 0.2401 1 296.70 1 ------------------------------ 7.4 1 0.2521 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Page 1 HYD PND INTERMEDIATE ROUTING COMPUTATIONS -------------------------- 2S/t 2S/t + 0 1 (cfs) 1 (cfs) 1 1------------1-------------1 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 1 0.3 1 0.4 1 1 0.8 1 1.1 1 i 1.6 1 2.2 1 1 2.5 i 3.5 1 1 3.6 1 5.0 1 1 5.0 1 6.9 1 1 6.5 1 8.9 1 8.1 1 10.9 1 1 9.9 1 13.0 1 11.8 ( 15.3 1 1 14.0 1 17.8 1 1 16.3 1 20.4 1 1 18.6 1 22.9 1 21.0 1 25.6 1 1 23.4 i 28.2 1 25.8 1 30.8 1 1 28.2 1 33.4 1 1 30.6 1 36.0 1 1 32.9 1 38.5 1 1 35.3 1 41.1 1 1 37.7 1 43.7 1 1 40.2 1 46.4 1 1 42.6 1 48.9 1 1 45.0 1 51.5 1 1 47.5 1 54.2 1 1 50.0 ( 56.8 1 1 52.6 1 59.6 1 1 55.3 ( 62.4 1 1 58.1 ( 65.4 1 1 61.1 1 -------------------------- 68.5 1 EXECUTED 05-12-2004 15:18:33 DISK FILES: 10DEV HYD ; PATEL GIVEN POND DATA ------------------------------ JELEVATIONI OUTFLOW ( STORAGE (ft) (cfs) ( (ac -ft) ------------------ 296.85 7.6 ----------) 0.265) 297.00 I 7.7 I 0.2781 297.15 ( 7.9 0.2921 297.30 ( 8.0 0.306 297.45 ( 8.1 0.3271 297.60 8.3 0.356 297.75 8.4 0.3971 297.90 15.5 I 0.449 298.00 ------------------------------ 23.6 0.4921 PND Page 2 INTERMEDIATE ROUTING COMPUTATIONS -------------------------- 2S/t I 2S/t + 0 (cfs) -------------) (cfs) ------------ 64.1 71.7 67.3 75.0 70.6 78.5 ' 74.1 82.1 79.1 87.2 86.2 94.5 96.0 104.4 108.7 124.2 119.0 --------------------------- 142.6 Time increment (t) = 0.100 hrs. S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 3 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:18:33 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\10DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS 1 TIME 1 INFLOW ( ( I1+I2 2S/t - 0 ( 2S/t + 0 1 OUTFLOW 1ELEVATIONI (hrs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) 1 (cfs) 1 (ft) -----------------� 1 0.000 0.001 ---------1------------ 1----- 1 0.0 1 -----------1---------1---------1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 0.100 0.541 1 0.5 1 0.2 1 0.51 0.15 1 292.38 1 0.200 2.091 1 2.6 1 1.2 2.91 0.82 1 292.73 1 1 0.300 4.371 1 6.5 1 3.5 7.71 2.11 1 293.16 1 1 0.400 ( 7.001 1 11.4 1 8.0 14.91 3.42 1 293.67 1 1 0.500 ( 9.541 1 16.5 15.6 24.61 4.48 1 294.24 1 1 0.600 1 11.571 1 21.1 1 25.8 1 36.71 5.46 1 294.94 1 1 0.700 1 12.731 1 24.3 1 37.3 1 50.11 6.39 1 295.72 1 1 0.800 ( 12.841 1 25.6 1 48.6 1 62.91 7.13 1 296.42 1 1 0.900 1 11.881 1 24.7 1 58.0 ( 73.31 7.65 1 296.92 1 1 1.000 1 10.141 1 22.0 1 64.2 1 80.11 7.94 1 297.21 1 1 1.100 1 8.551 1 18.7 1 .66.8 1 82.91 8.01 1 297.32 1 1.200 1 7.211 1 15.8 1 66.6 1 82.61 8.01 1 297.31 1 1 1.300 1 6.071 1 13.3 1 64.0 1 79.91 7.94 1 297.21 1 1 1.400 1 5.121 1 11.2 1 59.8 1 75.21 7.71 1 297.01 1 1 1.500 1 4.311 1 9.4 1 54.3 1 69.21 7.44 1 296.73 1 1 1.600 1 3.631 1 7.9 1 48.0 1 62.21 7.09 1 296.39 1 1 1.700 1 3.061 1 6.7 1 41.3 1 54.71 6.72 1 295.98 1 1 1.800 1 2.581 1 5.6 1 34.5 1 46.91 6.22 1 295.53 1 1 1.900 1 2.181 1 4.8 1 27.9 1 39.21 5.65 1 295.09 1 1 2.000 1 1.831 1 4.0 1 21.8 1 31.91 5.09 1 294.67 1 1 2.100 1 1.551 1 3.4 1 16.1 1 25.11 4.55 1 294.27 1 1 2.200 1 1.301 1 2.9 1 11.0 1 18.91 3.93 1 293.92 1 1 2.300 1 1.101 1 2.4 1 7.1 1 13.41 3.18 1 293.58 1 1 2.400 1 0.931 1 2.0 1 4.2 1 9.11 2.45 1 293.27 1 1 2.500 1 0.781 1 1.7 1 2.6 1 5.91 1.64 1 293.02 1 2.600 1 0.661 1 1.4 1 1.8 1 4.11 1.15 1 292.86 1 1 2.700 1 0.55) 1 1.2 1 1.3 1 3.01 0.85 1 292.74 1 1 2.800 1 0.471 1 1.0 ( 1.0 1 2.31 0.64 1 292.67 1 1 2.900 1 0.391 1 0.9 i 0.8 1 1.91 0.52 1 292.61 1 1 3.000 1 0.331 1 0.7 ( 0.7 1 1.61 0.43 1 292.56 1 1 3.100 ( 0.281 1 0.6 ( 0.6 1 1.31 0.36 1 292.53 1 1 3.200 1 0.241 1 0.5 1 0.5 1 1.11 0.30 1 292.50 1 1 3.300 1 0.201 1 0.4 1 0.5 1 1.01 0.26 1 292.47 1 1 3.400 i 0.171 1 0.4 1 0.4 1 0.81 0.22 1 292.44 .1 1 3.500 1 0.141 1 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.71 0.19 1 292.41 i 1 3.600 1 0.121 1 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.61 0.16 1 292.39 1 3.700 1 0.101 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.51 0.13 ( 292.37 1 1 3.800 1 0.081 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.41 0.11 1 292.36 1 1 3.900 1 0.071 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.31 0.09 ( 292.34 1 1 4.000 1 0.061 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.31 0.08 1 292.32 1 1 4.100 1 0.051 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.07 1 292.30 1 1 4.200 1 0.041 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.05 1 292.28 1 1 4.300 1 0.041 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.05 1 292.27 1 4.400 ( ------------------ 0.031 1 0.1 1 ------------------------------------------------------ 0.1 1 0.11 0.04 1 292.26 1 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 4 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:18:33 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\10DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS TIME I INFLOW I1+I2 2S/t - O I 2S/t + O I OUTFLOW (ELEVATIONI (hrs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) I I (cfs) --------- I (ft) I---------� -----------------� 4.500 0.031 --------- I 1 0.1 1 ------------ 0.1 ----------- 0.11 0.03 1 292.25 4.600 0.021 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.11 0.03 1 292.24 4.700 ( 0.02 1 1 0.0 0.0 0.11 0.02 1 292.24 4.800 0.02 1 1 0.0 0.0 0.11 0.02 1 292.23 4.900 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.11 0.02 I 292.23 5.000 0.011 1 0.0 0.0 ( 0.11 0.01 I 292.22 5.100 I 0.011 1 0.0 0.0 ( 0.01 0.01 I 292.22 5.200 I 0.011 ( 0.0 0.0 ( 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 5.300 0.011 1 0.0 0.0 I 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 5.400 0.011 I 0.0 0.0 I 0.01 0.01 ( 292.22 5.500 0.001 I 0.0 0.0 I 0.01 0.01 I 292.21 5.600 ( 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.21 5.700 ( 0.001 ( 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 5.800 I 0.001 1 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 5.900 I 0.001 1 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.000 I 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.100 I 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.200 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 6.300 1 0.001 I 0.0 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.400 1 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 6.500 ( 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 6.600 1 0.001 1 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.700 I 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.800 I 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 6.900 1 0.001 1 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.000 1 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 7.100 0.001 I 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 ( 292.20 7.200 ( 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 I 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 7.300 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.400 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 7.500 I 0.001 1 0.0 I 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 7.600 I 0.001 1 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 7.700 0.001 ( 0.0 0.0 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 7.800 0.001 I 0.0 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 7.900 ----------------- 0.001 1 0.0 ------------------------------------------------------ 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 I 292.20 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:18:33 Page 5 ****************** SUMMARY OF ROUTING COMPUTATIONS ****************** Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\10DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD Starting Pond W.S. Elevation = 292.20 ft ***** Summary of Peak Outflow and Peak Elevation ***** Peak Inflow = 12.84 cfs Peak Outflow = 8.01 cfs Peak Elevation = 297.32 ft ***** Summary of Approximate Peak Storage ***** Initial Storage = Peak Storage From Storm = Total Storage in Pond S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc 0.00 ac -ft 0.31 ac -ft --------------- 0.31 ac -ft POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 6 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\10DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 Peak Inflow = 12.84 cfs 15:18:33 Peak Outflow = 8.01 cfs Peak Elevation = 297.32 ft Flow (cfs) 0.0 1.5 3.0 4.5 6.0 7.5 9.0 10.5 12.0 13.5 15.0 16.5 0.0 -jx �x* x* X .2 x x .3 -) x x .4 x x .5 -I x x .6 x x .7 x x .8 x x .9 -) x x 1.0 x x x x 1.2 x * x 1.3 x * x 1.4 x * x 1.5 -I * x * x 1.6 x * x 1.7 x * x 1.8 * x 1.9 x TIME (hrs) * File: s:\engr\detain\patel\10DEV HYD Qmax = x File: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD Qmax = S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc 12.8 cfs 8.0 cfs 25 -YR STORM EVENT COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS COMFORT SUITES 5/12/04 3:41 PM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS STORM EVENT: B I D E 25 YR STORM 89 8.5 0.754 25 YEAR STORM DRAINAGE AREA #1 EXISTING: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF I % (FIG 5) SEC I MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 600 1.2% 1.00 600.00 10.00 10.00 TYPE C( %F ---c771 C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 100.0% 0.36 100.0% 0.36 1, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 9.86 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 108,150 2.48 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 8.91 PROPOSED: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) SEC MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 410 1.2% 1.00 410.00 6.83 LANDSCAPED AREA 140 1.2% 1.20 116.67 1.94 STORM SEWER 90 0.2% 3.00 30.00 0.50 10.00 TYPE C (TBL5) % C C. - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 40.1% 0.14 LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 16.7% 0.07 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 43.2% 0.39 100.0% 0.60 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 9.86 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 43,410 1.00 LANDSCAPED AREAS 18,010 0.41 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 46,730 1.07 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 14.77 TP, HR TP 40, 25YR, 24 HR, INCHES 8.7 PERCENTIMPERVOUS 43% VOLUME RUNOFF, PERCENT 73% VOLUME RUNOFF, INCHES 6.38 TIME TO PEAK, HR 0.78 POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:18:53 ************************** * * * 25 YEAR STORM * COMFORT SUITES * COLLEGE STATION * BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS * * ************************** Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\25DEV Rating Table file: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL ----INITIAL CONDITIONS ---- Elevation = 292.20 ft Outflow = 0.00 cfs Storage = 0.00 ac -ft GIVEN POND DATA ------------------------------ 1ELEVATIONI OUTFLOW STORAGE (ft) (cfs) (ac -ft) (------------------ 292.20 0.0 ----------1 1 0.0001 1 292.35 0.1 1 0.0011 1 292.50 0.3 1 0.0031 1 292.65 ( 0.6 1 0.0061 1 292.80 1.0 0.0101 1 292.95 1.4 0.0151 1 293.10 1 1.9 0.0211 1 293.25 1 2.4 1 0.0271 i 293.40 1 2.8 1 0.0331 1 293.55 1 3.1 1 0.0411 1 .293.70 1 3.5 1 0.0491 1 293.85 ( 3.8 1 0.0581 1 294.00 1 4.1 1 0.0671 1 35.3 .1 1 294.15 1 4.3 1 0.0771 1 40.2 1 294.30 1 4.6 1 0.0871 1 45.0 1 1 294.45 1 4.8 1 0.0971 1 50.0 1 1 294.60 1 5.0 1 0.1071 1 55.3 1 1 294.75 i 5.2 1 0.1161 1 61.1 1 -------------------------- 1 294.90 1 5.4 1 0.1261 1 295.05 1 5.6 1 0.1361 1 295.20 1 5.8 1 0.1461 1 295.35 ( 6.0 1 0.1561 1 295.50 1 6.2 1 0.1661 1 295.65 1 6.3 1 0.1761 1 295.80 1 6.5 1 0.1861 1 295.95 1 6.7 1 0.1961 1 296.10 1 6.8 1 0.2071 296.25 1 7.0 1 0.2171 1 296.40 1 7.1 1 0.2291 1 296.55 1 7.3 i 0.2401 1 296.70 ( ------------------------------ 7.4 i 0.2521 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Page 1 HYD PND INTERMEDIATE ROUTING COMPUTATIONS -------------------------- 1 2S/t 1 2S/t + 0 1 (cfs) -------------1 (cfs) ------------ 0.0 0.0 0.3 0.4 0.8 1.1 1 1.6 2.2 1 2.5 1 3.5 1 3.6 1 5.0 1 1 5.0 1 6.9 1 6.5 1 8.9 1 1 8.1 1 10.9 1 1 9.9 1 13.0 1 1 11.8 1 15.3 1 1 14.0 1 17.8 1 1 16.3 1 20.4 1 1 18.6 1 22.9 1 1 21.0 1 25.6 1 1 23.4 1 28.2 1 25.8 1 30.8 1 28.2 1 33.4 1 30.6 1 36.0 1 1 32.9 1 38.5 1 1 35.3 .1 41.1 1 1 37.7 1 43.7 1 1 40.2 1 46.4 1 1 42.6 1 48.9 1 1 45.0 1 51.5 1 1 47.5 1 54.2 1 1 50.0 1 56.8 1 1 52.6 1 59.6 1 1 55.3 1 62.4 1 1 58.1 1 65.4 1 1 61.1 1 -------------------------- 68.5 1 EXECUTED 05-12-2004 15:18:53 DISK FILES: 25DEV HYD ; PATEL PND GIVEN POND DATA ------------------------------ (ELEVATIONI OUTFLOW I STORAGE (ft) 1 (cfs) 1 (ac - f t) 1---------1---------1----------1 1 296.85 ( 7.6 1 0.2651 1 297.00 ( 7.7 1 0.2781 1 297.15 1 7.9 1 0.2921 1 297.30 I 8.0 I 0.3061 1 297.45 I 8.1 I 0.3271 1 297.60 I 8.3 1 0.3561 297.75 1 8.4 1 0.3971 297.90 1 15.5 ( 0.4491 298.00 1 ------------------------------- 23.6 1 0.4921 Page 2 INTERMEDIATE ROUTING COMPUTATIONS -------------------------- 2S/t I 2S/t + 0 (cfs) I (cfs) 1------------I-------------1 1 64.1 I 71.7 1 1 67.3 ( 75.0 1 1 70.6 ( 78.5 74.1 ( 82.1 1 1 79.1 1 87.2 86.2 ( 94.5 96.0 1 104.4 108.7 I 124.2 119.0 I -------------------------- 142.6 Time increment (t) = 0.100 hrs. S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 3 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:18:53 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\25DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS 1 TIME INFLOW I1+I2 1 2S/t - O 2S/t + O 1 OUTFLOW JELEVATION1 (hrs) (cfs) ( (cfs) (cfs) ( (cfs) (cfs) 1 (ft) -----------------� 0.000 0.001 ---------1------------ 1 ----- 1 0.0 1 ----------- 0.01 ---------1---------1 0.00 1 292.20 1 0.100 0.591 1 0.6 1 0.3 1 0.61 0.16 1 292.39 1 1 0.200 1 2.271 1 2.9 1 1.3 1 3.11 0.89 1 292.76 1 1 0.300 1 4.771 1 7.0 1 3.8 1 8.41 2.28 1 293.21 1 1 0.400 1 7.681 1 12.5 1 9.0 1 16.31 3.62 1 293.76 1 0.500 1 10.551 1 18.2 1 17.8 1 27.31 4.73 1 294.40 1 1 0.600 ( 12.911 1 23.5 1 29.7 1 41.31 5.81 1 295.21 1 1 0.700 ( 14.391 1 27.3 1 43.3 1 57.01 6.81 1 296.11 1 1 0.800 1 14.751 1 29.1 1 57.2 1 72.51 7.62 1 296.88 1 1 0.900 1 13.921 1 28.7 1 69.7 1 85.91 8.07 1 297.41 1 1 1.000 1 12.111 1 26.0 1 79.2 1 95.81 8.31 1 297.62 1 1 1.100 1 10.251 1 22.4 1 84.8 1 101.51 8.37 1 297.71 1 1 1.200 1 8.681 1 18.9 1 86.9 1 103.71 8.39 1 297.74 1 1 1.300 1 7.341 1 16.0 1 86.2 ( 102.91 8.39 1 297.73 1 1 1.400 1 6.221 1 13.6 1 83.0 1 99.71 8.35 1 297.68 1 1 1.500 1 5.261 1 11.5 1 77.9 1 94.51 8.30 1 297.60 1 1 1.600 1 4.451 1 9.7 1 71.4 1 87.61 8.11 1 297.46 1 1 1.700 1 3.771 1 8.2 1 63.7 1 79.61 7.93 1 297.20 1 1 1.800 1 3.191 1 7.0 1 55.6 1 70.71 7.54 1 296.80 1 1 1.900 1 2.701 1 5.9 1 47.4 1 61.51 7.07 1 296.35 1 1 2.000 1 2.291 1 5.0 1 39.2 1 52.41 6.56 1 295.85 1 1 2.100 1 1.941 1 4.2 1 31.5 1 43.51 5.98 1 295.34 1 1 2.200 1 1.641 1 3.6 1 24.4 1 35.11 5.33 1 294.85 1 1 2.300 1 1.391 1 3.0 1 18.0 1 27.51 4.74 1 294.41 1 1 2.400 1 1.171 1 2.6 1 12.3 1 20.51 4.11 1 294.01 1 1 2.500 1 0.991 1 2.2 1 7.8 1 14.51 3.35 1 293.64 1 1 2.600 1 0.841 1 1.8 1 4.5 1 9.61 2.54 1 293.30 1 1 2.700 1 0.711 1 1.6 1 2.7 1 6.11 1.68 1 293.03 1 2.800 1 0.601 1 1.3 1 1.7 1 4.01 1.14 1 292.85 1 2.900 1 0.511 1 1.1 1 1.2 1 2.81 0.81 1 292.73 1 3.000 1 0.431 1 0.9 1 1.0 1 2.21 0.60 1 292.65 1 1 3.100 1 0.371 1 0.8 1 0.8 1 1.81 0.49 1 292.59 1 1 3.200 1 0.311 1 0.7 1 0.7 1 1.51 0.40 1 292.55 1 1 3.300 1 0.261 1 0.6 1 0.6 1 1.21 0.33 1 292.52 1 1 3.400 1 0.221 1 0.5 1 0.5 1 1.11 0.28 1 292.49 1 1 3.500 1 0.191 1 0.4 1 0.4 1 0.91 0.24 1 292.46 1 1 3.600 1 0.161 1 0.4 1 0.4 1 0.81 0.21 1 292.43 i 1 3.700 1 0.131 1 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.61 0.17 1 292.41 1 1 3.800 1 0.111 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.51 0.15 1 292.38 1 1 3.900 1 0.101 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.51 0.12 1 292.37 1 1 4.000 1 0.081 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.41 0.11 1 292.35 1 1 4.100 1 0.071 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.31 0.09 1 292.33 1 1 4.200 1 0.061 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.31 0.08 1 292.31 1 4.300 1 0.051 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.06 1 292.30 1 4.400 1 ------------------ 0.041 1 0.1 1 ------------------------------------------------------ 0.1 1 0.21 0.05 1 292.28 1 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 4 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:18:53 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\25DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS TIME INFLOW 1 1 I1+I2 2S/t - O 1 2S/t + 0 1 OUTFLOW 1ELEVATIONI (hrs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) ---------1---------1 1 (ft) -----------------� 4.500 0.041 ---------1------------ 1 0.1 1 0.1 ( ----------- 0.21 0.05 1 292.27 1 1 4.600 1 0.031 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.11 0.04 1 292.26 1 1 4.700 1 0.031 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.11 0.03 1 292.25 1 1 4.800 1 0.021 1 0.1 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.03 1 292.24 1 1 4.900 1 0.021 1 0.0 1 0.0 i 0.11 0.02 1 292.24 1 1 5.000 1 0.021 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.02 1 292.23 1 1 5.100 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.02 1 292.23 1 1 5.200 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.01 1 292.22 1 1 5.300 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 1 5.400 ( 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 1 5.500 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 1 5.600 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 1 5.700 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.21 1 1 5.800 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.21 1 1 5.900 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.000 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.100 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.200 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.300 1 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.400 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.500 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.600 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.700 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.800 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 i 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.900 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.000 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.100 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.200 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.300 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.400 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.500 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.600 i 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.700 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.800 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.900 1 ----------------- 0.001 1 0.0 1 ------------------------------------------------------ 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:18:53 Page 5 ****************** SUMMARY OF ROUTING COMPUTATIONS ****************** Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\25DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD Starting Pond W.S. Elevation = 292.20 ft ***** Summary of Peak Outflow and Peak Elevation ***** Peak Inflow = 14.75 cfs Peak Outflow = 8.39 cfs Peak Elevation = 297.74 ft ***** Summary of Approximate Peak Storage ***** Initial Storage = 0.00 ac -ft Peak Storage From Storm = 0.39 ac -ft --------------- Total Storage in Pond = 0.39 ac -ft S:\2004W504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 6 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\25DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 Peak Inflow = 14.75 cfs 15:18:53 Peak Outflow = 8.39 cfs Peak Elevation = 297.74 ft Flow (cfs) S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc 0.0 1.5 3.0 4.5 6.0 7.5 9.0 10.5 12.0 13.5 15.0 16.5 0.0 -jx IX* .1 -I x* x .2 x x .3 x x .4 -I x x .5 x x .6 x x .7 x x .8 x x .9 x x 1.0 -) x x 1.1 x x 1.2 X* * x 1.3 x * x 1.4 x * x 1.5 x * x 1.6 -) * X * x 1.7 x * x 1.8 x * x 1.9 -) * x TIME (hrs) * File: s:\engr\detain\patel\25DEV HYD Qmax = 14.8 cfs x File: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD Qmax = 8.4 cfs S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc I00 -YR STORM EVENT COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS COMFORT SUITES 5/12/04 3:41 PM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS STORM EVENT: B I D E 100 YR STORM 96 8.0 0.73 100 YEAR STORM DRAINAGE AREA #1 EXISTING: Q, CFS CIA 17.43 TP, HR TP 40, 100YR, 24 HR, INCHES 9.7 PERCENT IMPERVOUS 43% VOLUME RUNOFF, PERCENT 76% VOLUME RUNOFF, INCHES 7.41 TIME TO PEAK, HR 0.77 TRAVEL V. FPS TIME TYPE C TBL5) TYPE LF % ) (FIG 5) ( SEC ( MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 600 1.2% 1.00 600.00 10.00 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 43.2% 0.39 10.00 100.0% TYPE I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E C TBL5) % 1 C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) SF 0.36 100.0% 0.36 43,410 1.00 LANDSCAPED AREAS 100.0% 0.36 1, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E IMPERVIOUS AREAS 46,730 1.07 11.64 TYPE 2.48 SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 108,150 2.48 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 10.52 PROPOSED: TRAVEL______l V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) SEC MIN TC, MIN NATURAL GRASSLANDS 410 1.2% 1.00 410.00 6.83 LANDSCAPED AREA 140 1.2% 1.20 116.67 1.94 STORM SEWER 90 0.2% 3.00 30.00 0.50 10.00 Q, CFS CIA 17.43 TP, HR TP 40, 100YR, 24 HR, INCHES 9.7 PERCENT IMPERVOUS 43% VOLUME RUNOFF, PERCENT 76% VOLUME RUNOFF, INCHES 7.41 TIME TO PEAK, HR 0.77 TYPE C TBL5) % C C, - NATURAL GRASSLANDS (1.2%) 0.36 40.1% 0.14 LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 16.7% 0.07 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 43.2% 0.39 100.0% 0.60 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 11.64 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES NATURAL GRASSLANDS 43,410 1.00 LANDSCAPED AREAS 18,010 0.41 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 46,730 1.07 108,150 2.48 Q, CFS CIA 17.43 TP, HR TP 40, 100YR, 24 HR, INCHES 9.7 PERCENT IMPERVOUS 43% VOLUME RUNOFF, PERCENT 76% VOLUME RUNOFF, INCHES 7.41 TIME TO PEAK, HR 0.77 POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:19:25 ************************** * * * 100 YEAR STORM * COMFORT SUITES * COLLEGE STATION * BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS * * ************************** Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\100DEV HYD Rating Table file: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND ----INITIAL CONDITIONS ---- Elevation = 292.20 ft Outflow = 0.00 cfs Storage = 0.00 ac -ft GIVEN POND DATA 1ELEVATIONI OUTFLOW 1 STORAGE 1 (ft) (cfs) ( (ac -ft) ------------------ 1 292.20 ( 0.0 1 ----------1 0.0001 1 292.35 0.1 0.0011 292.50 1 0.3 0.0031 1 292.65 1 0.6 1 0.0061 - 1 292.80 1 1.0 0.0101 1 292.95 1 1.4 0.0151 1 293.10 1 1.9 1 0.0211 1 293.25 1 2.4 1 0.0271 1 293.40 1 2.8 1 0.0331 1 293.55 1 3.1 1 0.0411 1 293.70 1 3.5 1 0.0491 1 293.85 1 3.8 1 0.0581 1 294.00 1 4.1 1 0.0671 1 294.15 i 4.3 1 0.0771 1 294.30 ( 4.6 1 0.0871 1 294.45 1 4.8 1 0.0971 1 294.60 1 5.0 1 0.1071 1 294.75 1 5.2 1 0.1161 1 294.90 1 5.4 1 0.1261 1 295.05 1 5.6 1 0.1361 1 .295.20 1 5.8 1 0.1461 1 295.35 1 6.0 1 0.1561 1 295.50 1 6.2 1 0.1661 1 295.65 1 6.3 1 0.1761 1 295.80 1 6.5 1 0.1861 1 295.95 1 6.7 1 0.1961 1 296.10 1 6.8 1 0.2071 1 296.25 1 7.0 1 0.2171 1 296.40 1 7.1 1 0.2291 1 296.55 1 7.3 1 0.2401 1 296.70 1 7.4 1 0.2521 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc Page 1 INTERMEDIATE ROUTING COMPUTATIONS -------------------------- 1 2S/t 1 2S/t + 0 (cfs) (cfs) -------------------------1 0.0 0.0 0.3 0.4 1 0.8 1 1.1 1 1.6 1 2.2 1 2.5 3.5 1 3.6 5.0 1 5.0 1 6.9 1 1 6.5 1 8.9 1 1 8.1 1 10.9 1 1 9.9 1 13.0 1 1 11.8 1 15.3 1 1 14.0 117.8 1 16.3 1 20.4 1 1 18.6 1 22.9 1 1 21.0 ( 25.6 1 23.4 1 28.2 1 1 25.8 1 30.8 1 i 28.2 1 33.4 1 1 30.6 1 36.0 1 1 32.9 1 38.5 1 1 35.3 1 41.1 i 1 37.7 1 43.7 1 1 40.2 ( 46.4 1 1 42.6 1 48.9 1 1 45.0 i 51.5 1 1 47.5 1 54.2 1 1 50.0 1 56.8 1 52.6 1 59.6 1 1 55.3 1 62.4 1 1 58.1 1 65.4 1 1 61.1 1 -------------------------- 68.5 1 EXECUTED 05-12-2004 15:19:25 Page 2 DISK FILES: 100DEV HYD ; PATEL PND GIVEN POND DATA ------------------------------ 1ELEVATIONI OUTFLOW 1 STORAGE 1 (ft) (cfs) (ac -ft) ------------------ 1 296.85 1 7.6 ----------1 1 0.2651 297.00 7.7 0.2781 297.15 7.9 0.2921 1 297.30 8.0 0.3061 1 297.45 8.1 0.3271 1 297.60 ( 8.3 0.3561 1 297.75 8.4 ( 0.3971 1 297.90 1 15.5 1 0.4491 1 298.00 1 ------------------------------ 23.6 1 0.4921 INTERMEDIATE ROUTING COMPUTATIONS -------------------------- 1 2S/t 2S/t + 0 1 (cfs) -------------) (cfs) ------------ 64.1 71.7 1 1 67.3 75.0 1 1 70.6 78.5 1 74.1 82.1 79.1 87.2 86.2 94.5 1 96.0 1 104.4 1 1 108.7 1 124.2 1 1 119.0 1 -------------------------- 142.6 1 Time increment (t) = 0.100 hrs. S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 3 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:19:25 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\100DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS 1 TIME INFLOW I1+I2 2S/t - O 2S/t + 0 1 OUTFLOW (ELEVATIONI (hrs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) 1 (cfs) 1 (ft) -----------------� 0.000 I 0.001 ---------1------------ 1----- 1 0.0 I -----------1---------1---------1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 0.100 1 0.721 1 0.7 1 0.3 1 0.71 0.19 1 292.42 1 0.200 2.741 1 3.5 1 1.6 1 3.81 1.08 1 292.83 1 1 0.300 5.751 1 8.5 1 4.8 1 10.11 2.65 1 293.34 1 1 0.400 9.251 1 15.0 11.8 19.81 4.04 1 293.97 1 1 0.500 12.661 1 21.9 23.2 33.71 5.22 1 294.77 1 1 0.600 1 15.421 1 28.1 1 38.3 1 51.31 6.48 1 295.79 1 1 0.700 1 17.081 1 32.5 1 55.7 1 70.81 7.55 1 296.81 1 0.800 1 17.361 1 34.4 1 73.8 1 90.21 8.18 1 297.51 1 1 0.900 1 16.231 1 33.6 1 88.4 1 107.41 9.49 1 297.77 1 1 1.000 1 13.981 1 30.2 1 91.6 ( 118.61 13.51 1 297.86 1 1 1.100 1 11.811 1 25.8 1 91.3 ( 117.41 13.07 1 297.85 1 1 1.200 ( 9.981 1 21.8 1 90.0 1 113.11 11.51 1 297.82 1 1 1.300 1 8.431 1 18.4 1 88.7 1 108.41 9.86 1 297.78 1 i 1.400 1 7.121 1 15.6 1 87.5 1 104.31 8.40 1 297.75 1 1 1.500 1 6.011 1 13.1 1 83.9 1 100.61 8.36 1 297.69 1 1 1.600 1 5.081 1 11.1 1 78.4 1 95.01 8.30 1 297.61 1 i 1.700 1 4.291 1 9.4 1 71.5 1 87.71 8.12 1 297.46 1 1 1.800 1 3.621 1 7.9 1 63.6 1 79.41 7.93 1 297.19 1 1 1.900 ( 3.061 1 6.7 1 55.2 ( 70.21 7.51 1 296.78 1 1 2.000 1 2.581 1 5.6 1 46.8 1 60.91 7.05 1 296.32 1 1 2.100 1 2.181 1 4.8 1 38.5 1 51.51 6.50 1 295.80 1 1 2.200 1 1.841 1 4.0 1 30.7 1 42.61 5.91 1 295.28 1 1 2.300 ) 1.561 1 3.4 1 23.6 1 34.11 5.26 1 294.79 1 1 2.400 1 1.321 1 2.9 1 17.2 1 26.51 4.67 1 294.35 1 1 2.500 ( 1.111 1 2.4 1 11.6 1 19.61 4.01 1 293.96 1 1 2.600 1 0.941 1 2.1 1 7.2 1 13.61 3.21 1 293.59-1 1 2.700 1 0.791 1 1.7 1 4.1 1 8.91 2.41 1 293.26 1 1 :2.800 1 0.671 1 1.5 1 2.5 1 5.61 1.55 1 292.99 1 1 2.900 1 0.571 1 1.2 1 1.6 ( 3.71 1.06 1 292.82 1 3.000 1 0.481 1 1.1 1 1.2 1 2.61 0.75 1 292.70 1 1 3.100 1 0.401 1 0.9 ( 0.9 ( 2.01 0.56 1 292.63 1 1 3.200 1 0.341 1 0.7 1 0.7 1 1.61 0.45 1 292.58 1 1 3.300 1 0.291 1 0.6 1 0.6 1 1.41 0.37 1 292.54 1 1 3.400 1 0.241 1 0.5 1 0.5 1 1.21 0.31 1 292.51 1 1 3.500 1 0.211 1 0.5 1 0.5 1 1.01 0.26 1 292.47 1 1 3.600 1 0.171 1 0.4 1 0.4 1 0.81 0.23 1 292.44 1 1 3.700 1 0.151 1 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.71 0.19 1 292.42 1 1 3.800 1 0.121 1 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.61 0.16 1 292.40 1 1 3.900 1 0.101 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.51 0.13 1 292.38 1 4.000 1 0.091 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.41 0.11 1 292.36 1 4.100 1 0.071 1 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.41 0.10 1 292.34 1 1 4.200 1 0.061 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.31 0.08 1 292.32 1 1 4.300 1 0.051 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.21 0.07 1 292.30 1 1 4.400 1 ------------------ 0.041 1 0.1 1 ------------------------------------------------------ 0.1 1 0.21 0.05 1 292.28 1 5:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 4 EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:19:25 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\100DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD INFLOW HYDROGRAPH ROUTING COMPUTATIONS ------------------ TIME INFLOW ------------------------------------------------------ I1+I2 2S/t - 0 2S/t + 0 ( OUTFLOW 1ELEVATIONI (hrs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) (cfs) ( (cfs) ---------1---------1 1 (ft) -----------------� 1 4.500 1 0.041 ---------1------------ 1 0.1 1 ----------- 0.1 0.21 0.05 1 292.27 1 1 4.600 1 0.031 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.11 0.04 1 292.26 1 4.700 1 0.031 1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.11 0.03 1 292.25 1 1 4.800 1 0.021 1 0.1 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.03 1 292.24 1 1 4.900 1 0.021 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.02 1 292.24 1 1 5.000 ( 0.021 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.11 0.02 1 292.23 1 1 5.100 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.11 0.02 1 292.23 1 1 5.200 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.11 0.01 1 292.22 i 1 5.300 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 1 5.400 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 .0.01 1 292.22 ` 1 5.500 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 5.600 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.22 1 5.700 1 0.011 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 ( 292.22 1 5.800 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.01 1 292.21 1 1 5.900 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.21 1 1 6.000 1 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.100 1 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.200 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.300 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.400 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.500 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.600 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 ( 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.700 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.800 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 6.900 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.000 1 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.100 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.200 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 7.300 ( 0.001 1 0.0 ( 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 7.400 ( 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.500 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.600 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.700 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.800 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 1 7.900 1 0.001 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.01 0.00 1 292.20 1 S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 15:19:25 Page 5 ****************** SUMMARY OF ROUTING COMPUTATIONS ****************** Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\100DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD Starting Pond W.S. Elevation = 292.20 ft ***** Summary of Peak Outflow and Peak Elevation ***** Peak Inflow = 17.36 cfs Peak Outflow = 13.51 cfs Peak Elevation = 297.86 ft ***** Summary of Approximate Peak Storage ***** Initial Storage = 0.00 ac -ft Peak Storage From Storm = 0.43 ac -ft --------------- Total Storage in Pond = 0.43 ac -ft S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort InnOrain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc POND -2 Version: 5.21 SIN: Page 6 Pond File: s:\engr\detain\patel\PATEL PND Inflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\100DEV HYD Outflow Hydrograph: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD EXECUTED: 05-12-2004 Peak Inflow = 17.36 cfs 15:19:25 Peak Outflow = 13.51 cfs Peak Elevation = 297.86 ft Flow (cfs) 0.0 2.0 4.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 14.0 16.0 18.0 20.0 22.0 .------ I ----- I ----- I ----- I ----- I ----- I ----- I ----- I ----- I ----- I ----- I- S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc (x* x* X .2 -I x x .3 -) x x .4 x x .5 x x .6 x x .7 x x .8 x x .9 -) x x 1.0 x* *x 1.1 x * x 1.2 x * x 1.3 -) * x * x 1.4 x * x 1.5 x * x 1.6 x * x 1.7 x * x 1.8 x * x 1.9 x TIME (hrs) * File: s:\engr\detain\patel\100DEV HYD Qmax = 17.4 cfs x File: s:\engr\detain\patel\OUT HYD Qmax = 13.5 cfs S:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\Drain Report\drain report -Comfort Suites.doc DRAWING COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS W Z O o z Ilt1W- {- Qkl1s1 IQw� `n0 O�o�v / NOW OR FORMERLY / LUCY FARRAR z < LL W O Q \ CALLED 1.923 4952/255 AC. ^ O I N X �o� I a / EX. 20' P.U.E. 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K I Consulting Engineers March 1, 2005 Mr. Alan Gibbs City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Re: Patel Comfort Suites PK Job No. 47504-251 Dear Mr. Gibbs: 7020 Coyote Run Bryan, Texas 77808 979-731-8000,979-731-1500(Fax) www.pkengineering.com Enclosed please find revised drainage calculations for the proposed access drive to include access to the Hope Pregnancy Center Site per the Brentwood Access Drive Drawing dated February 24, 2005. The increase in runoff from the access drive across the neighboring property to Brentwood Drive is mitigated by the decrease in runoff through this property from the development of the hotel site. Runoff that entered the neighboring property from the hotel site prior to development will be collected by the on site storm sewer system and discharged directly into the City storm sewer system. Per the Drainage and Detention Report dated May 12, 2004, the hotel detention pond decreases downstream flow rates by 0.52 cfs from 8.91 cfs (existing) to 8.39 cfs (post development). Development of the access drive increases downstream flow rates by only 0.47 cfs, leaving an additional 0.05 cfs. Consequently, there is no increase in down stream flow rates as a result of this development and no additional detention is proposed. Very Truly Yours, eve �EDuncan, P.E. sed@pkengineering.com DJW/bap Enclosures cc: Mahesh Patel Chuck Ellison SA2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort Inn\CS-17-brentwood drive rev det.doe OF 7E, 111 1 1 00, / STEVE E DUNCM / �, ...: .... ..... .. 83252 ��1" �o�c� • �7L, E N SEO G\���i 1 `l k�%�� Brenham • Bryan • Rosenberg COMFORT SUITES 3/1/05 10:25 AM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS REFERENCE: COLLEGE STATION DRAINAGE POLICY AND DESIGN STANDARDS STORM EVENT: B I D E 25 YR STORM 89 8.5 0.754 25 YEAR STORM ACCESS DRIVE TO BRENTWOOD EXISTING: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) SEC MIN TC, MIN LANDSCAPED AREAS 150 1.2% 1.00 150.00 2.50 10.00 TYPE C (TBL5) % C C, - LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 84.3% 0.35 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 15.7% 0.14 100.0% 0.50 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 9.86 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 8,820 0.20 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 1,640 0.04 10,460 0.24 Q, CFS CIA 1.17 PROPOSED: TRAVEL V, FPS TIME TYPE LF % (FIG 5) SEC MIN TC, MIN IMPERVIOUS AREAS 150 1.2% 2.50 60.00 1.00 10.00 TYPE C (TBL5) % C C, - LANDSCAPED AREAS (1.2%) 0.42 42.6% 0.18 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 0.90 57.4% 0.52 100.0% 0.70 I, IN/HR B/(TC+D)^E 9.86 TYPE SF ACRES A, ACRES LANDSCAPED AREAS 4,460 0.10 IMPERVIOUS AREAS 6,000 0.14 10,460 0.24 Q, CFS CIA 1.65 DIFFERENCE Q, CFS 0.47 P _Pledger Kalkomey, Inc. K I Consulting Engineers February 25, 2005 Mr. Alan Gibbs City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Re: Patel Comfort Suites PK Job No. 47504-251 Dear Mr. Gibbs: Enclosed please find the following: 7020 Coyote Run Bryan, Texas 77808 979-731-8000, 979-731-1500 (Fax) www.pkengineering.com • Revised Brentwood Access Drive Drawing showing tie-in to Hope Pregnancy parking lot. Very Truly Yours, Ateve. Duncan, P.E. sed@pkengineering.com DJW/bap Enclosures cc: Mahesh Patel Chuck Ellison 5:\2004\47504-251 PATEL-Comfort lnn\CS-16-brenavood drive rev.doc 15 OF x r *: •.*°i 00, / STEVE E. DUN&N / / ........................... / 83252 t`X �z-NAL Brenham ® Btyan • Rosenberg FOR OFFICE USE ONLY P&Z CASE NO.: lq�-_DATE SUBMITTED: SITE PLAN APPLICATION MINIMUM SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS _ Site plan application completed in full. 1 $200.00 Application Fee.. $200.00 Development Permit Application Fee. $600.00 Public Infrastructure Inspection Fee if applicable. (This fee ' waterline, sewerline, sidewalk, street or drainage facilities is involved. Eleven (11) folded copies of site plan �� Payable if construction of a public One (1) folded copy of the landscape plan. n=_One (1) copy of building elevation required for buildings with a footprint _=A list of building materials for all facades that are visible from of 20,000 sq. ft. or greater A copy of the attached site plan checklist with all items ch m the public right-of-way, are not checked off. ecked off or a brief explanation as to wh the n�a _Parkland Dedication requirement approved by the Parks & Re y y approval (if applicable). creation Board, please provide proof of Date of Preapplication Conference: 12/15/03 2/23/04 NAME OF PROJECT Comfort Inn College Station Texas ADDRESS LEGAL DESCRIPTION Lot 5A Herman F. Krenek Subd. Ph. O-- 2 II Cit of Colle e Station 1.469 ac. of 2.937 APPLICANT/PROJECT MANAGER'S INFORMATION 930/653 (Primary Contact for the Name Steve E. Duncan P.E. Project): Street Address 7020 Co ote Run State TexasZip Code 77808 City B an Phone Number 979) 731-8000 E -Mail Address sed kengineerinQ PROPERTY OWNER'S INFORMATION: com Fax Number 979 731-1500 Name Charles R. &Lucy H. Farrar Street Address P.O. Box 9 State CO _ Zip Code 77864 City Monument Phone Number (9 6) 348-3725 E -Mail Address ARCHITECT OR ENGINEER'S INFORMATION: Fax Number Name Steve E. Duncan P.E. Street Address 7020 Co ote Run State Texas Zip Code77808 City Bryan Phone Number 719 488-0986 E -Mail Address sed ken ineenn 6/13/03 .com Fax Number 719 481-2153 1 of 6 VIE NOTES: 1. ALL ELEVATIONS ARE TOP -OF -CURB OR TOP -OF -WALK, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. TP = TOP -OF -PAVEMENT, FL = FLOW LINE, TG = TOP OF GRATE. 2. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLETE ALL EXCAVATION ACTIVITIES TO THE LINES AND GRADES SHOWN BY THIS PLAN. UNIFORM SMOOTH GRADING OF ALL AREA SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED. THE FINISHED SURFACE SHALL BE REASONABLY SMOOTH AND FREE FROM IRREGULAR SURFACE CHANGES. 3. THE TOTAL AREA OF THE SITE SHALL HAVE EXISTING VEGETATION AND TOPSOIL REMOVED AND STORED ON-SITE FOR LATER USE IN PROVIDING FINAL COVER. 4. UPON COMPLETION OF FINAL GRADE, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE SEEDING AND FERTILIZER FOR ALL DISTURBED AREAS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL EROSION AND REPLANTING UNTIL A COVERED STAND IS OBTAINED. 5. ALL HANDICAP PARKING AREAS SHALL HAVE A 2% (1:50) MAX SLOPE IN ALL DIRECTIONS. ACCESSIBLE ROUTES SHALL HAVE A 5% (1:20) MAXIMUM RUNNING SLOPE AND A 2% (1:50) MAXIMUM CROSS SLOPE. CURB RAMPS SHALL HAVE 8.3% (1:12) MAXIMUM RUNNING SLOPE AND A 2% (1:50) MAXIMUM CROSS SLOPE AND BE SCORED AND DYED. 6. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLY WITH THE EPA STORM WATER DISCHARGE PROGRAM AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PREPARATION AND FILING OF ANY REQUIRED FORMS. 7. THE CONTRACTOR SHN1 PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN A STABILIZED EXIT FOR ALL CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC. 8. ALL WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH CITY OF COLLEGE STATION STANDARDS. HOPE PREGNANCY CENTER 20' + ETIENTO EXISTINGWALK �7 � Y i AIx l ✓ .h ADD CURB dt STRIPE STALL PROTECT TREE , „ ^v TAPER CURB TO WALK, 1:1 SLOPE, TYPICAL. C115 ,ya 4' E36-136, r INKAA \� ti�tl�il�ii�ii�il�iioii�ti�ti�il�io ii�ll�ti� ob\0 DEMO WALK DEMO CURB & GUTTER, DRIVE, do WALK I i 2' CURB CUT ii r ADJUST WATER VALVE TO GRADE 0 29 'L HANDICAP RAMP I h ER CITY OF Alp COLLEGE ATIONPSTANDARDS. 14 'Z 3' MIN. CLEAR _ (V �jX10 l ' CONCRETE DRIVEA�f A5 ++ \ '01GJ - N 2 0 98 ,�av 0 i ryas ryas �A�o >�� 0 a 0 QJK 131 �rJ• I � ^�\p �r� _ 1l' + 'y 96 ,!4` N - ✓, Ali Q. ^h4? ryav ^<"+ va as 2 0<9 ii HANDICAP RAMP PER CHY OF COLLEGE STATION STANDARDS. 3' MIN. CLEAR I PROVIDE ;PEA GRAVEL. BAGS AT EXISTING INLET FOR EROSION' CONTROL 7" 'L TW SIA APPEMNG Comfort ON THIS msPledger Kalkomey, Inc. ¢ar Golago5tatlon, Texas STEM E. DU", ......................r! P.E. 83252 Consulting Engineers Aaaeae 0rlve QRedesign from 2/17/05 FEW Wtf 24. 2005 /, '.• � 7020Coyote Run • Bryanjex.77808 to tie into Hope Pregnancy 979.731.8000 • 979-731-150O(1`ax) Center parking tot.�, 4F, www.pkengineenngxom q Brenham • Bryan • Rosenberg g� egg 415.4_111 loll am PH aa354 uey a carg. s di, xwaaeoi tatra K nnwt - wn«ua, of Lao d st. 4 Hayw cr. Tao 35a.a Top r- R#.t d L.4.d k ad am -11 54-4 27644 Top FM 0#0t d Potawa Qd lot ft" TM W4M Lqt Poo d T4 aM 9atA m P OH -2 2"351 Top r- H#4 i bb— f4M-- ad P, __4 T" HOPE PREGNANCY CENTER 20' + ETIENTO EXISTINGWALK �7 � Y i AIx l ✓ .h ADD CURB dt STRIPE STALL PROTECT TREE , „ ^v TAPER CURB TO WALK, 1:1 SLOPE, TYPICAL. C115 ,ya 4' E36-136, r INKAA \� ti�tl�il�ii�ii�il�iioii�ti�ti�il�io ii�ll�ti� ob\0 DEMO WALK DEMO CURB & GUTTER, DRIVE, do WALK I i 2' CURB CUT ii r ADJUST WATER VALVE TO GRADE 0 29 'L HANDICAP RAMP I h ER CITY OF Alp COLLEGE ATIONPSTANDARDS. 14 'Z 3' MIN. CLEAR _ (V �jX10 l ' CONCRETE DRIVEA�f A5 ++ \ '01GJ - N 2 0 98 ,�av 0 i ryas ryas �A�o >�� 0 a 0 QJK 131 �rJ• I � ^�\p �r� _ 1l' + 'y 96 ,!4` N - ✓, Ali Q. ^h4? ryav ^<"+ va as 2 0<9 ii HANDICAP RAMP PER CHY OF COLLEGE STATION STANDARDS. 3' MIN. CLEAR I PROVIDE ;PEA GRAVEL. BAGS AT EXISTING INLET FOR EROSION' CONTROL 7" 'L TW SIA APPEMNG Comfort ON THIS msPledger Kalkomey, Inc. ¢ar Golago5tatlon, Texas STEM E. DU", ......................r! P.E. 83252 Consulting Engineers Aaaeae 0rlve QRedesign from 2/17/05 FEW Wtf 24. 2005 /, '.• � 7020Coyote Run • Bryanjex.77808 to tie into Hope Pregnancy 979.731.8000 • 979-731-150O(1`ax) Center parking tot.�, 4F, www.pkengineenngxom q Brenham • Bryan • Rosenberg g� egg 415.4_111 loll DEVELOPMENT PERMIT PERMIT NO. 04-14 Project: COMFORT INN FOR AREAS OUTSIDE THE SPECIAL FLOOD HAZARD AREA RE: CHAPTER 13 OF THE COLLEGE STATION CITY CODE SITE LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Herman F. Krenek, Phase 2 Lot 5A DATE OF ISSUE: 03/16/05 OWNER: Nitin Patel 713 South May Street Madisonville, Texas 77864 TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT: SPECIAL CONDITIONS: SITE ADDRESS: 2313 Texas Avenue DRAINAGE BASIN: Main Bee Creek VALID FOR 12 MONTHS CONTRACTOR: Full Development Permit All construction must be in compliance with the approved construction plans All trees required to be protected as part of the landscape plan must be completely barricaded in accordance with Section 7.5.E., Landscape/Streetscape Plan Requirements of the City's Unified Development Ordinance, prior to any operations of this permit. The cleaning of equipment or materials within the drip line of any tree or group of trees that are protected and required to remain is strictly prohibited. The disposal of any waste material such as, but not limited to, paint, oil, solvents, asphalt, concrete, mortar, or other harmful liquids or materials within the drip line of any tree required to remain is also prohibited. CONSTRUCTION OF A JOINT DRIVEWAY OFF BRENTWOOD WITH THE DEMOLITION OF THE HOPE PREGNANCY DRIVE. The Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to prevent silt and debris from leaving the immediate construction site in accordance with the approved erosion control plan as well as the City of College Station Drainage Policy and Design Criteria. If it is determined the prescribed erosion control measures are ineffective to retain all sediment onsite, it is the contractors responsibility to implement measures that will meet City, State and Federal requirements. The Owner and/or Contractor shall assure that all disturbed areas are sodden and establishment of vegetation occurs prior to removal of any silt fencing or hay bales used for temporary erosion control. The Owner and/or Contractor shall also insure that any disturbed vegetation be returned to its original condition, placement and state. The Owner and/or Contractor shall be responsible for any damage to adjacent properties, city streets or infrastructure due to heavy machinery and/or equipment as well as erosion, siltation or sedimentation resulting from the permitted work. 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. I hereby grant this permit for development of an area outside the special flood hazard area. All development shall be in accordance with the plans and specifications submitted to and approved by the City Engineer in the development permit application for the above named project and all of the codes and ordinances of the City of College Station that apply. &JW N� A inistrator/ epresentative P Ina, X6/6` Date " tz A f b� Owner/Agent/Contractor Date f ACCESS EASEMENT AGREEMENT DATE: March I_, 2005 GRANTOR (including address): BCSTX HOSPITALITY, LLC, a Texas limited liability company, 713 South May Street, Madisonville, Madison County, TX 77864 GRANTEE (including address): HOPE PREGNANCY CENTERS OF BRAZOS VALLEY, INC., a Texas non-profit corporation, 205 Brentwood Drive East, College Station, Brazos County, TX 77840 DOMINANT ESTATE PROPERTY (including any improvements): Lots Twenty-three (23) through Twenty-seven (27), Block One (1), Brentwood, Section One, a subdivision in the City of College Station, Brazos County, Texas, according to plat thereof recorded in Volume 335, Page 313 of the Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas. EASEMENT PROPERTY: All that certain tract or parcel of land situated in the City of College Station, Brazos County, Texas out of and a part of the Morgan Rector League A-46 containing a part of Lot 21 R as described in a deed to BCSTX Hospitality, L.L.C., recorded in Volume 6219, Page 71 of the Official Records of Brazos County, Texas (O.R.B.C.) and as shown on Replat of Lot 5 of a Resubdivision Plat of Herman F. Krenek Subdivision Phase Two and Lot 21 and 22, Block One (1), Brentwood, Section One (1) as recorded in Volume 6112, Page 149, O.R.B.C. and being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a 1/2" iron rod found in the northeast line of Brentwood Drive East for the south corner of this tract, also being the east corner of the Brentwood 111, Ltd. tract (Lots 13- 20, Block One (1), Brentwood, Section One (1)) recorded in Volume 3849, Page 171, 0.R.B.C.; THENCE along the southwest line of this tract N 48° 11'30" W, 70.00 ft to a 1/2" iron rod set for the west corner of this tract, also lying in the northeast line of the said Brentwood 111, Ltd. tract; THENCE severing the said BCSTX Hospitality, L.L.C. tract N 41 ° 48'30" E, 50.00 ft to a 5/8" iron rod set for the north corner of this tract, also lying in the southwest line of the Hope Pregnancy Centers of Brazos Valley, Inc. tract (Lots 23-27, Block One (1), Brentwood, Section One (1)) recorded in Volume 3365, Page 079, O.R.B.C.; THENCE along the northeast line of this tract S 48° 11'30" E, 70.00 ft to a 5/8" iron rod set for the east corner of this tract, also being the south corner of the said Hope Pregnancy Centers of Brazos Valley, Inc. tract, also lying in the northwest line of Brentwood Drive East; THENCE along the northwest line of Brentwood Drive East S 41 ° 48'30" W, 50.00 ft to the PLACE OF BEGINNING, containing 0.080 acres of land. EASEMENT PURPOSE: For providing free and uninterrupted pedestrian and vehicular ingress and egress between the Dominant Estate Property, and portions thereof, and Brentwood Drive, College Station, Texas. CONSIDERATION: Cash in hand paid, the further consideration of the easement grant and the mutual covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is acknowledged and stipulated. RESERVATIONS FROM AND EXCEPTIONS TO CONVEYANCE AND WARRANTY: A. Reservations. Grantor reserves the following rights: (1) Reserved Rights. For Grantor and Grantor's successors and assigns forever, the right to continue to use and enjoy the surface of the Easement Property for all purposes directly related to the servient tenement which do not prohibit the use or enjoyment of the easement. (2) Nonexclusive Rights. For Grantor and Grantor's successors and assigns forever, the right to convey the same or other rights and easements to others as an appurtenant easement, so long as any further conveyance is subject to this grant. B. Exceptions. (1) All easements, rights-of-way and prescriptive rights, whether of record or not, pertaining to any portion(s) of the Easement Property; (2) All presently recorded and valid mineral estate exceptions, rights of development or leases, royalty reservations and other instruments constituting mineral interest severances of any kind; (3) All presently recorded restrictive covenants, terms, conditions, contracts, provisions, zoning ordinances and other items, but only to the extent they are still in effect; (4) All presently recorded instruments; and (5) Any conditions that would be revealed by a physical inspection and survey. AGREEMENT: Grantor, for the Consideration and subject to the Reservations From and Exceptions to Conveyance and Warranty, GRANTS, SELLS AND CONVEYS to Grantee an easement over, upon and across the Easement Property for the Easement Purpose and for the benefit of the Dominant Estate Property, and portions thereof, together with all and singular the rights and appurtenances thereto, to have and hold it to Grantee, Grantee's successors, or assigns forever. Grantor binds Grantor and Grantor's successors and assigns to warrant and forever defend all and singular the easement to Grantee and Grantee's successors, and assigns, against every person whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof, except as to the Reservations From and Exceptions to Conveyance and Warranty, by, through or under Grantor, but not otherwise. A. EASEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS: The easement is subject to the following terms and conditions: 1. Agreements of Grantor. Grantor agrees to: a. Maintenance. Improve, repair and maintain the Easement Property in a neat and clean condition at Grantor's sole expense, however, these obligations will be shared proportionately by others (but not Grantee) who have rights in and to the Easement Property. b. Construction and Design. Bear all costs associated with the design and construc- tion of the access way and closing the existing driveway on the Dominant Estate to Brentwood Drive. The construction performed pursuant to this Easement Agreement shall be done in a good and workmanlike manner to a standard and/or quality approved by Grantee and consistent with the driveways, landscaping and other improvement now existing on Grantee's tract. Grantor agrees to use commercially reasonable efforts to limit the disruption to the Dominant Estate property during the construction. 2. Limitations on Grantor. Grantor agrees not to: a. Interference. Interfere with or interrupt the use or enjoyment of the easement. b. Gates. Place any gate or other obstruction across the Easement Property. 3. Agreements of Grantee. Grantee agrees to: a. Cooperation. Cooperate with Grantor in the closing of the existing driveway access to Brentwood Drive following completion of construction of the new drive over the Easement Property. b. Improvements. Without Grantor's prior written consent, place any other improve- ments or utilities in the Easement Property. 4. Limitations on Grantee. Grantee agrees not to: a. Gates. Place any gate or other obstruction across the Easement Property. b. Hazardous Materials. Cause or knowingly authorize environmentally hazardous materials to be transported on the easement; and C. Nuisance. Knowingly cause, authorize, or fail to halt any common law nuisance to occur on the Easement Property. 5. Mutual Agreements. Grantor and Grantee agree: a. Character of Easement. The easement granted is appurtenant to, and will run with, the Dominant Estate Property, and portions thereof, whether or not it is referenced in any conveyance of the Dominant Estate Property, and/or any portion of it. b. Duration of Easement. The easement is perpetual. C. Exclusiveness of Easement. The easement is nonexclusive. d. Limitation of Warranties. Except for the warranties of title, there are no implied warranties of merchantability, of fitness for a particular purpose, or of any other kind arising out of this Agreement. e. Allocation of Responsibility. Each party is responsible for loss or liability caused by such party, or by those using the easement on the basis of such party's invitation or consent. Limitation on Assignment & Exercise. Any assignments or exercise of this easement by Grantee or of the Grantor's rights in this Agreement are prohibited except to the extent the easement remains appurtenant to the Dominant Estate and the Grantor's rights in this Agreement are based upon ownership of the servient tenement relating to the easement. B. REMEDIES: 1. Equitable Rights of Enforcement. In the event of any interference or threatened interference with the easement, it may be enforced by restraining orders and injunctions (temporary or permanent) prohibiting such interference and commanding compliance with its terms, which restraining orders and injunctions will be obtainable upon proof of the existence of such interference or threatened interference, and without the necessity of proof of inadequacy of legal remedies or irreparable harm, and will be obtainable only by the holder or lienholder of the easement or part of it; provided, however, this is not to be an election of remedies or a waiver of any other rights or remedies available at law or in equity. 2. Alternative Dispute Resolution. Grantor and Grantee agree to submit in good faith to mediation before filing a suit for damages. C. MISCELLANEOUS: 1. Attorney's Fees. If either party retains an attorney to enforce the terms of this instrument, the prevailing party is entitled to recover reasonable attorney's fees. 2. Amendment. This Agreement may be amended only by an instrument in writing signed by the parties to be bound by it. 3. Binding Effect. This Agreement is binding upon and will inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns where not prohibited by this Agreement; thus, the term "Grantor" and "Grantee" includes the successors and assigns of each party. 4. Choice of Law. This Agreement is subject to and governed by the laws of the State of Texas, excluding any conflicts -of -law rule or principle that might refer the construction or interpretation of this Agreement to the laws of another state. Each party submits to the jurisdiction of the state and federal courts in the State of Texas and to venue in the county in which the Easement Property is situated. 5. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts with the same effect as if all signatory parties had signed the same document. All counterparts are to be construed together and will constitute one and the same instrument, and the signature pages of each document may be attached to one instrument for convenience or for recording. 6. Effect of Waiver or Consent. No waiver or consent, express or implied, by any party to or of any breach or default by any party in the performance by such party of its obligations hereunder will be deemed or construed to be a consent or waiver to or of any other breach or default in the performance by such party of the same or any other obligations of such party hereunder. Failure on the part of a party to complain of any act of any party or to declare any party in default, irrespective of how long such failure continues, will not constitute a waiver by such party of its rights hereunder until the applicable statute of limitation period has run. 7. Further Assurances. In connection with this Agreement as well as all transactions contemplated by this Agreement, each signatory party hereto agrees to execute and deliver such additional documents and instruments and to perform such additional acts as may be necessary or appropriate to effectuate, carry out and perform all of the terms, provisions and conditions of this Agreement and all such transactions. 8. Integration. This Agreement contains the complete agreement between the parties and cannot be varied except by the written agreement of the parties. The parties agree that there are no oral agreements, understandings, representations or warranties which are not expressly set forth herein. 9. Legal Construction. If one or more of the provisions of this Agreement are invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, to the extent the invalidity or unenforceability does not destroy the basis of the bargain among the parties, it will not affect any other provision and this Agreement will be construed as if such invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision had never existed. When required by the context, singular nouns and pronouns include the plural and the neuter includes the masculine or feminine gender. The Article and Section headings are for convenience of reference only and are not intended to limit or define the text. This Agreement is not to be construed more or less favorably between the parties by reason of authorship or origin of language. 10. Notices. Any notice or communication required or permitted hereunder will be deemed to be delivered, whether or not actually received, when deposited in the United States mail, postage fully prepaid, registered or certified mail, and addressed to the intended recipient at the address shown, and if not shown, then at the last known address according to the records of the party delivering the notice. Notice given in any other manner will be effective only if and when received by the addressee. Any address for notice may be changed by written notice delivered in the same manner. 11. Recitals. Any recitals in this Agreement are represented by the parties hereto to be accurate, and constitute a part of the substantive agreement. 12. Time. Time is of the essence. Unless otherwise specified, all references to "days" mean and refer to calendar days. Business days exclude all Saturdays, Sundays, and Texas legal banking holidays. In the event the date for performance of any obligation falls on a Saturday, Sunday or Texas legal banking holiday, that obligation will be performable on the next following business day. GRANTOR: BCSTX HOSPITALITY, LLC, a Texas limited liability company (� By: C' �R Q_ NITIN PATEL, Manager GRANTEE: HOPE PREGNANCY CENTERS OF BRAZOS VALLEY, I By: �. Ji e, Exec e actor THE STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF BRAZOS § This instrument was acknowledged before NITIN PATEL, Manager of BCSTX HOSPITAL I , behalf of said limited liability company. 7State SCHLAG l2pf �{ 'LIC *i r*xas 1,P% 7: �,yrF OF 30-2008 THE STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF BRAZOS § s the /I of March, 2005, by Texas ' company'] on 1c, This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of March, 2005, by JIM PYE, Executive Director of HOPE PREGNANCY CENTER OF BRAZOS VALLEY, INC., a Texas non-profit corporation, on behalf of said corporation. �1►�� CINDY ANN BALLENTINE Nota ublic, State of Texas Notary Public, State of Texas * My Commission Expires MARCH 6, 2007 CCAJT-E�-V 7 -IV OL'a I)2ivL PI)s s Uz— -moo ►2- L 0 T S ✓z.�� Fib PC) 9�S7x 14oV. c c.�� NOTES: I. ILL ELEVATIONS ARE TOP -OF -CURB OR TOP -OF -WALK, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. TP = TOP -OF -PAVEMENT, FL = FLOW UNE, TG = TOP OF GRATE. 2. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLETE ALL EXCAVATION ACTIVITIES TO THE LINES AND GRADES SHOWN BY THIS PLAN. UNIFORM SMOOTH GRADING OF ALL AREA SH41 BE ACCOMPLISHED. THE FINISHED SURFACE SHALL BE REASONABLY SMOOTH AND FREE FROM IRREGULAR SURFACE CHANGES. 3. THE TOTAL AREA OF THE SITE SHALL HAVE EXISTING VEGETATION AND TOPSOIL REMOVED AND STORED ON-SITE FOR LATER USE IN PROVIDING FINAL COVER. 4. UPON COMPLETION OF FINAL GRADE, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROMDE SEEDING AND FERTILIZER FOR ALL DISTURBED AREAS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL EROSION AND REPLANTING UNTIL A COVERED STAND IS OBTAINED. 5. ALL HANDICAP PARKING AREAS SHALL HAVE A 2% (1:50) MAX SLOPE IN ALL DIRECTIONS. ACCESSIBLE ROUTES SHALL HAVE A 5% (1:20) MAXIMUM RUNNING SLOPE AND A 2% (1:50) MAXIMUM CROSS SLOPE. CURB RAMPS SHALL HAVE 8.3% (1:12) MAXIMUM RUNNING SLOPE AND A 2% (1:50) MAXIMUM CROSS SLOPE AND BE SCORED AND DYED. 5. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLY WITH THE EPA STORM WATER DISCHARGE PROGRAM AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PREPARATION AND FILING OF ANY REQUIRED FORMS. 7. THE CONTTLICTOR SHALL PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN A STABILIZED EXIT FOR ALL CONSTRUCTION TRAF- C. 3. ALL WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH CITY OF COLLEGE STATION STANDARDS. .- a m _ Loa aolsa ay of aarq. amtW HWtPwW 00" WAS MOMUm 6Y STM E OUNCNI, - *: ft.s-U.0 d L qWd Y e "G. ier aa.0 Tap ft. k na,g " ftd 5—A ar-I 2Te.44 Tap t. tyYae a rtxa.oa and aaN+..N wtxy Tar 26165 Lqt POW 01 T. ad aau...A FQ 5r•2 2"N Tap M1. H}ta! bb— epww ad HOPE PREGNANCY CENTER ADD CURB do STRIPE STALL - PROTECT TREE 0 TAPER CURB TO WALK, t'0 — 1:1 SLOPE, TYWA IIgD ,� A 1 •�� , ��, .��=.= ..ice M11=111 1 1 I I i Jim 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I L I I I I I I I I Mw I 1 DEMO WAIT �7 I QI 0 la 20• TIE INTO EXISTING '.� ` *i' L ":i SlDEWAIK 1 T K J DELLO CURB h GUTTER, DRIVE, k WALK T CURB CUT II( I ADJLIST WATER VALVE TO GRADE I l/U WWDICAP RAMP PER CITY OF ph� CITY �C 3' MIN. C� STANDARDS _ �aW HANDICAP I"l 'y cf- 13. -� + �Or 1 A� (i OAU CONCRETE DRIVE �6- ,epo 1 i 'y OP 4) 1 '�� 1 ryA v 1 aC . �C 6 + (• ,i" 1 1 � I ��� i l� i l� I I � I t S I I S I I � r!t. ^ �.I � i l� I 1 I I S I I r l l � I t �+,i;� I f X 1 1 � I 1� I,,ly`� 11 � c ' i'�� { , I i � a ✓� ✓ ZANY _A . i I1 I � L1 +^li 225/ J j ••••1tiii,I w �6�0 A\ f ✓���� b / SAN �- .. �A 1 l PROVIDE ;PEA GRAVEL- BAGS AT EXISTING INLET FGR EROSION'CONTROL I P Pledger Kalkomey, Inc. K Consulting Engineers 7020 Coyote Run • Bryan, Taxu 77808 979-731.8000 • 979.731.1100 (Fax) W'-Pkenfbwfiny.eom Brenham - Bryan • Rosenberg r Gom?ort Sultes College Station, Texas Brentwood /eeeees PrNe D59 4'7504-231 1 0l 1 THE SEAL AYPEARNG _ ON THIS DMWNT G, 0 WAS MOMUm 6Y STM E OUNCNI, - *: P.E- 63252 ON �... ARedesign From 2/17/05 FORLWWTT 24, 2005 '/9q to tie into Hope Pregnancy Center parking lot A\ f ✓���� b / SAN �- .. �A 1 l PROVIDE ;PEA GRAVEL- BAGS AT EXISTING INLET FGR EROSION'CONTROL I P Pledger Kalkomey, Inc. K Consulting Engineers 7020 Coyote Run • Bryan, Taxu 77808 979-731.8000 • 979.731.1100 (Fax) W'-Pkenfbwfiny.eom Brenham - Bryan • Rosenberg r Gom?ort Sultes College Station, Texas Brentwood /eeeees PrNe D59 4'7504-231 1 0l 1 HOPE PREGNANCY CONTRACT THE STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF BRAZOS § This Agreement (this "Agreement") is entered into by and between Hope Pregnancy Centers of Brazos Valley, Inc., a Texas non-profit corporation, ("Hope") and BCSTX HOSPITALITY, LLC, a Texas limited liability company ("Hotel") to be effective as of the 16th day of February, 2005. WHEREAS, Hope owns a tract of land whose address is 205 East Brentwood, College Station, TX 77840; and WHEREAS, Hotel owns a tract of land adjoining Hope's tract; and WHEREAS, Hotel desires access to Brentwood Street but the College Station driveway ordinance does not allow driveways in such close proximity; and WHEREAS, Hope has agreed to a joint driveway and access to their tract with Hotel under the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenant, the recitals, Ten and No/100 Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration of the parties, agree as follows: 1. Hotel will design, at its sole cost, a new driveway on its property which allows Hotel and Hope to access their respective tracts from Brentwood and submit the design to Hope for its approval. Hope will promptly consider the submitted design and indicate its approval or disapproval in a commercially reasonable and timely manner. Following Hope's approval, Hotel will bear all construction costs, including any changes required to Hope's parking and landscape. Any construction performed under this Agreement shall be done in a good and workmanlike manner and constructed to a standard and/or quality approved by Hope and consistent with the driveways, landscaping and other improvements now existing on Hope's tract. Hope agrees to cooperate with Hotel in obtaining approval from the City of College Station for the new driveway and will close its current driveway location as soon as Hotel has provided alternate access. Hotel agrees to use its commercially reasonable efforts to limit the disruption during the construction period. 2. Hope will bear no future maintenance costs for the new driveway and Hotel will grant a permanent access easement to Hope in a form reasonably acceptable to Hope. 3. The parties agree to execute any and all documents necessary to grant the easement and create the driveway contemplated by this Agreement. 4. In connection with this Agreement as well as all transactions contemplated by this Agreement, each signatory party hereto agrees to execute and deliver such additional documents and instruments and to perform such additional acts as may be necessary or appropriate to effectuate, carry out and perform all of the terms, provisions, and conditions of this Agreement in all such transactions. 5. Any notice or document required to be delivered hereunder shall be in writing and served on the parties at the addresses listed below. Any notice shall be either (a) personally delivered to the address set forth below, in which case it shall be deemed effective when delivered to the addressee; or (b) sent by registered or certified mail/return receipt requested, in which case it shall be deemed delivered three (3) business days after deposited in the U. S. Mail; (c) sent by a nationally recognized overnight courier, in which case it shall be deemed effective one (1) business day after deposit with the courier; or (d) sent by telecommunication ("Fax") in which case it shall be deem delivered on the day sent, provided an original is delivered to the addressee by a nationally recognized overnight courier within one (1) business day of the Fax. The addresses and Fax number listed herein may be changed by written notice to the other parties, provided, however, that no notice of a change of address or Fax number shall be effective until date of delivery of such notice as herein provided. Copies of notice are for informational purposes only and a failure to give or receive copies of any notice shall not be deemed a failure to give notice. For purposes of notice, the addresses of the parties shall be as follows: If to Hope: 205 E. Brentwood, College Station, TX 77840 Fax No. 979-694-4717 If to Hotel: 713 South May St., Madisonville, TX 77864 Fax No. 936-348-3725 or at such other address as any party may, from time to time, furnish to the other party by a notice given in accordance with the provisions of this Section. All notices shall be deemed given when mailed or personally delivered in the manner provided in this Section. 6. This Agreement constitutes the entire and complete agreement between the parties hereto and supersedes any prior oral or written agreements between the parties with respect to the Agreement. It is expressly agreed that there are no verbal understandings or agreements which in anyway change the terms, covenants, and conditions herein setforth, and that no modification of this Agreement and no waiver of any of its terms and conditions shall be effective unless made in writing and duly executed by the parties hereto. 7. All covenants, agreements, warranties, and provisions of this Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective heirs, executors, administrators, personal representatives, successors and permitted assigns. 8. This Agreement shall be governed by, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas. The obligations hereunder are performable in Brazos County, Texas. 9. This Agreement shall not be construed more strictly against one party than against the other merely by virtue of the fact that it may have been prepared by counsel for one of the parties, it being recognized that all of the parties to this Agreement have contributed substantially and materially to the preparation of this Agreement. Signatures follow on next page Executed to be effective on February 16, 2005. HOPE: HOPE PREGNANCY CENTERS OF BRAZOS VALLEY, INC. By: Na IPe Title: xecutive it or HOTEL: BCSTX HOSPITALITY, LLC, a Texas limited liability company M THE STATE OF TEXAS § NITIN PATEL, Manager COUNTY OF BRAZOS § /l /10V A This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the �_ day of Februni q�, 2005, by Jim Pye, Executive Director of HOPE PREGNANCY CENTER OF BRAZOS VALLEY, INC., a Texas non-profit corporation, on behalf of said corporation. o.�,,RYr" JEFF DEATS * f �* Notary Public, State of Texas ` My Commission Expires Notar bIIC, State of Texas ``y+ " NOVEMBER 1, 2006 THE STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF BRAZOS § M / I'I (r c f2 This instrument was acknowledged before me o t is the d f F2005, by NITIN PATEL, Manager of BCSTX HOSPITALITY, L C limited liab ny, on be if of said limited liability company. BARBARA GIESENSCHLAG o •;- r P ic, State exas *; :* NOTARY PUBLIC :t co State of Texas ATF OF}e Comm. Exp. 09-30-2008 (Y4.eq CHARLES A. ELLISON, P. C. -3 ATTORNEYS AT LAW 302 HOLLEMAN DRIVE EAST SUITE 76 COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 77840-7000 MAILING ADDRESS P.O. BOX 10103 COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 77842-0103 CHARLES A. ELLISON TELEPHONE: (979) 696-9889 AMY L. CLOUGH• FACSIMILE: (979) 693-8819 BRADLEYT. SHARPE SUSAN E, GOODSON 'also licensed in Wisconsin March 24, 2005 BCS Hospitality, LLC 713 South May Street Madisonville, TX 77864 ATTN: NITIN PATEL Re: Brentwood Access Driveway Dear Nitin: Enclosed herewith please find the executed original Access Easement Agreement which was recorded in Volume 6569, Page 208 of the Official Records of Brazos County, Texas, on March 18, 2005. By copy of this letter, I am sending copies of the executed and recorded Access Easement Agreement to the persons listed below. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me. Ve ruly yours, Cha es A. Ellison CAE:bg Enclosure cc: Hope Pregnancy Center with enclosure Attn: Jim Pye Jennifer Prohaska and Alan Gibbs with enclosure City of College Station Mahesh Patel with enclosure Doc Bk Vol Pg 00885312 OR 6569 208 ACCESS EASEMENT AGREEMENT DATE: March I , 2005 GRANTOR (including address): BCSTX HOSPITALITY, LLC, a Texas limited liability company, 713 South May Street, Madisonville, Madison County, TX 77864 GRANTEE (including address): HOPE PREGNANCY CENTERS OF BRAZOS VALLEY, INC., a Texas non-profit corporation, 205 Brentwood Drive East, College Station, Brazos County, TX 77840 DOMINANT ESTATE PROPERTY (including any improvements): Lots Twenty-three (23) through Twenty-seven (27), Block One (1), Brentwood, Section One, a subdivision in the City of College Station, Brazos County, Texas, according to plat thereof recorded in Volume 335, Page 313 of the Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas. EASEMENT PROPERTY: All that certain tract or parcel of land situated in the City of College Station, Brazos County, Texas out of and a part of the Morgan Rector League A-46 containing a part of Lot 21 R as described in a deed to BCSTX Hospitality, L.L.C., recorded in Volume 6219, Page 71 of the Official Records of Brazos County, Texas (O.R.B.C.) and as shown on Replat of Lot 5 of a Resubdivision Plat of Herman F. Krenek Subdivision Phase Two and Lot 21 and 22, Block One (1), Brentwood, Section One (1) as recorded in Volume 6112, Page 149, O.R.B.C. and being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a Y2" iron rod found in the northeast line of Brentwood Drive East for the south corner of this tract, also being the east corner of the Brentwood III, Ltd. tract (Lots 13- 20, Block One (1), Brentwood, Section One (1)) recorded in Volume 3849, Page 171, O. R.B.C.; THENCE along the southwest line of this tract N 48° 11'30" W, 70.00 ft to a 1/2" iron rod set for the west corner of this tract, also lying in the northeast line of the said Brentwood 111, Ltd. tract; THENCE severing the said BCSTX Hospitality, L.L.C. tract N 41 ° 48'30" E, 50.00ftto a 5/8" iron rod set for the north corner of this tract, also lying in the southwest line of the Hope Pregnancy Centers of Brazos Valley, Inc. tract (Lots 23-27, Block One (1), Brentwood, Section One (1)) recorded in Volume 3365, Page 079, O.R.B.C.; THENCE along the northeast line of this tract S 48° 11'30" E, 70.00 ft to a 5/8" iron rod set for the east corner of this tract, also being the south corner of the said Hope Pregnancy Centers of Brazos Valley, Inc. tract, also lying in the northwest line of Brentwood Drive East; THENCE along the northwest line of Brentwood Drive East S 41 ° 48'30" W, 50.00 ft to the PLACE OF BEGINNING, containing 0.080 acres of land. Doc Bk Vol Pg 00885312 OR 6569 209 EASEMENT PURPOSE: For providing free and uninterrupted pedestrian and vehicular ingress and egress between the Dominant Estate Property, and portions thereof, and Brentwood Drive, College Station, Texas. CONSIDERATION: Cash in hand paid, the further consideration of the easement grant and the mutual covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is acknowledged and stipulated. RESERVATIONS FROM AND EXCEPTIONS TO CONVEYANCE AND WARRANTY: A. Reservations. Grantor reserves the following rights: (1) Reserved Rights. For Grantor and Grantor's successors and assigns forever, the right to continue to use and enjoy the surface of the Easement Property for all purposes directly related to the servient tenement which do not prohibit the use or enjoyment of the easement. (2) Nonexclusive Rights. For Grantor and Grantor's successors and assigns forever, the right to convey the same or other rights and easements to others as an appurtenant easement, so long as any further conveyance is subject to this grant. B. Exceptions. (1) All easements, rights-of-way and prescriptive rights, whether of record or not, pertaining to any portion(s) of the Easement Property; (2) All presently recorded and valid mineral estate exceptions, rights of development or leases, royalty reservations and other instruments constituting mineral interest severances of any kind; (3) All presently recorded restrictive covenants, terms, conditions, contracts, provisions, zoning ordinances and other items, but only to the extent they are still in effect; (4) All presently recorded instruments; and (5) Any conditions that would be revealed by a physical inspection and survey. AGREEMENT: Grantor, for the Consideration and subject to the Reservations From and Exceptions to Conveyance and Warranty, GRANTS, SELLS AND CONVEYS to Grantee an easement over, upon and across the Easement Property for the Easement Purpose and for the benefit of the Dominant Estate Property, and portions thereof, together with all and singular the rights and appurtenances thereto, to have and hold it to Grantee, Grantee's successors, or assigns forever. Grantor binds Doc Bk Vol Pg 00885312 OR 6569 2101 Grantor and Grantor's successors and assigns to warrant and forever defend all and singular the easement to Grantee and Grantee's successors, and assigns, against every person whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof, except as to the Reservations From and Exceptions to Conveyance and Warranty, by, through or under Grantor, but not otherwise. A. EASEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS: The easement is subject to the following terms and conditions: 1. Agreements of Grantor. Grantor agrees to: a. Maintenance. Improve, repair and maintain the Easement Property in a neat and clean condition at Grantor's sole expense, however, these obligations will be shared proportionately by others (but not Grantee) who have rights in and to the Easement Property. b. Construction and Design. Bear all costs associated with the design and construc- tion of the access way and closing the existing driveway on the Dominant Estate to Brentwood Drive. The construction performed pursuant to this Easement Agreement shall be done in a good and workmanlike manner to a standard and/or quality approved by Grantee and consistent with the driveways, landscaping and other improvement now existing on Grantee's tract. Grantor agrees to use commercially reasonable efforts to limit the disruption to the Dominant Estate property during the construction. 2. Limitations on Grantor. Grantor agrees not to: a. Interference. Interfere with or interrupt the use or enjoyment of the easement. b. Gates. Place any gate or other obstruction across the Easement Property. 3. Aareements of Grantee. Grantee agrees to: a. Cooperation. Cooperate with Grantor in the closing of the existing driveway access to Brentwood Drive following completion of construction of the new drive over the Easement Property. b. Improvements. Without Grantor's prior written consent, place any other improve- ments or utilities in the Easement Property. 4. Limitations on Grantee. Grantee agrees not to: a. Gates. Place any gate or other obstruction across the Easement Property. b. Hazardous Materials. Cause or knowingly authorize environmentally hazardous materials to be transported on the easement; and C. Nuisance. Knowingly cause, authorize, or fail to halt any common law nuisance to occur on the Easement Property. Doc Bk Vol Pg +00885312 OR 6569 211 5. Mutual Agreements. Grantor and Grantee agree: a. Character of Easement. The easement granted is appurtenant to, and will run with, the Dominant Estate Property, and portions thereof, whether or not it is referenced in any conveyance of the Dominant Estate Property, and/or any portion of it. b. Duration of Easement. The easement is perpetual. C. Exclusiveness of Easement. The easement is nonexclusive. d. Limitation of Warranties. Except for the warranties of title, there are no implied warranties of merchantability, of fitness for a particular purpose, or of any other kind arising out of this Agreement. e. Allocation of Responsibility. Each party is responsible for loss or liability caused by such party, or by those using the easement on the basis of such party's invitation or consent. Limitation on Assignment & Exercise. Any assignments or exercise of this easement by Grantee or of the Grantor's rights in this Agreement are prohibited except to the extentthe easement remains appurtenant to the Dominant Estate and the Grantor's rights in this Agreement are based upon ownership of the servient tenement relating to the easement. B. REMEDIES: 1. Equitable Rights of Enforcement. In the event of any interference or threatened interference with the easement, it may be enforced by restraining orders and injunctions (temporary or permanent) prohibiting such interference and commanding compliance with its terms, which restraining orders and injunctions will be obtainable upon proof of the existence of such interference or threatened interference, and without the necessity of proof of inadequacy of legal remedies or irreparable harm, and will be obtainable only by the holder or lienholder of the easement or part of it; provided, however, this is not to be an election of remedies or a waiver of any other rights or remedies available at law or in equity. 2. Alternative Dispute Resolution. Grantor and Grantee agree to submit in good faith to mediation before filing a suit for damages. C. MISCELLANEOUS: 1. Attorney's Fees. If either party retains an attorney to enforce the terms of this instrument, the prevailing party is entitled to recover reasonable attorney's fees. 2. Amendment. This Agreement may be amended only by an instrument in writing signed by the parties to be bound by it. 3. Binding Effect. This Agreement is binding upon and will inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns where not prohibited by this Agreement; thus, the term "Grantor" and "Grantee" includes the successors and assigns of each party. Doc Bk Vol Pg 00885312 0R 6589 21 4. Choice of Law. This Agreement is subject to and governed by the laws of the State of Texas, excluding any conflicts -of -law rule or principle that might refer the construction or interpretation of this Agreement to the laws of another state. Each party submits to the jurisdiction of the state and federal courts in the State of Texas and to venue in the county in which the Easement Property is situated. 5. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts with the same effect as if all signatory parties had signed the same document. All counterparts are to be construed together and will constitute one and the same instrument, and the signature pages of each document may be attached to one instrument for convenience or for recording. 6. Effect of Waiver or Consent. No waiver or consent, express or implied, by any party to or of any breach or default by any party in the performance by such party of its obligations hereunder will be deemed or construed to be a consent or waiver to or of any other breach or default in the performance by such party of the same or any other obligations of such party hereunder. Failure on the part of a party to complain of any act of any party or to declare any party in default, irrespective of how long such failure continues, will not constitute a waiver by such party of its rights hereunder until the applicable statute of limitation period has run. 7. Further Assurances. In connection with this Agreement as well as all transactions contemplated by this Agreement, each signatory party hereto agrees to execute and deliver such additional documents and instruments and to perform such additional acts as may be necessary or appropriate to effectuate, carryout and perform all of the terms, provisions and conditions of this Agreement and all such transactions. 8. Integration. This Agreement contains the complete agreement between the parties and cannot be varied except by the written agreement of the parties. The parties agree that there are no oral agreements, understandings, representations or warranties which are not expressly set forth herein. 9. Legal Construction. If one or more of the provisions of this Agreement are invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, to the extent the invalidity or unenforceability does not destroy the basis of the bargain among the parties, it will not affect any other provision and this Agreement will be construed as if such invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision had never existed. When required by the context, singular nouns and pronouns include the plural and the neuter includes the masculine or feminine gender. The Article and Section headings are for convenience of reference only and are not intended to limit or define the text. This Agreement is not to be construed more or less favorably between the parties by reason of authorship or origin of language. 10. Notices. Any notice or communication required or permitted hereunder will be deemed to be delivered, whether or not actually received, when deposited in the United States mail, postage fully prepaid, registered or certified mail, and addressed to the intended recipient at the address shown, and if not shown, then at the last known address according to the records of the party delivering the notice. Notice given in any other manner will be effective only if and when received by the addressee. Any address for notice may be changed by written notice delivered in the same manner. 11. Recitals. Any recitals in this Agreement are represented by the parties hereto to be accurate, and constitute a part of the substantive agreement. Doc Bk Vol Pg 00885312 OR 5569 213 12. Time. Time is of the essence. Unless otherwise specified, all references to "days" mean and refer to calendar days. Business days exclude all Saturdays, Sundays, and Texas legal banking holidays. In the event the date for performance of any obligation falls on a Saturday, Sunday or Texas legal banking holiday, that obligation will be performable on the next following business day. GRANTOR: BCSTX HOSPITALITY, LLC, a Texas limited liability company By: NITIN PATEL, Manager GRANTEE: HOPE PREGNANCY CENTERS OF BRAZOS VALLEY, I� By: ' !� Ji P e, Exec a ector THE STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF BRAZOS § This instrument was acknowledged before is the �— of March, 2005, by NITIN PATEL, Manager of BCSTX HOSPITALI ,Texas�comp�� ,on behalf of said limited liability company. �,, r::.°!�s` •. BARBARA GIESENSCHLAG k 4 NOTARY PUBLIC No ry u lic, Stat f Te as * j*! State of Texas y>E.....}e'Comm. Exp. 09-30-2008 k, OF THE STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF BRAZOS § This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the —day of March, 2005, by JIM PYE, Executive Director of HOPE PREGNANCY CENTER OF BRAZOS VALLEY, INC., a Texas non-profit corporation, on behalf of said corporation. E CINDY ANN BALLENTINE Nota ublic, State of Texas Notary PuWk, State of Texas My Cormi"on Expires MARCH 6, 2007 04-06-04 09:16am From -Ellison Law F"`O":' : HL -FFG PREGNANCY CENTg'Rzy-Cs April P. 2004 Dear Mr. Brou"e, 9796938819 +,qui uititr 7t�1':i!{ iiiA J' FpX (.n. T-402 P.02/02 F-307 AFI'. 02 2084 Cit: F;GFrj :a`, f am in recsipt of Mr. Win P is prr)pcss► rr'egarding the construction of a shared CITNO and closing of the existing drive which pow sarins Hie Pregnancy Cer3fer at gOg Brentwood Dr. We hive no desire to irlol�r eny ex nsju to Oange th anCy Ce acres 0 our Ic a Od fife pt sent dnlre is eQu4te. Nlr. > atei'W"l have tri b5arthefin&cia� any changes rrmde tv Our �mppny. Acldit�a yo any Aropvsed c ^ianges would qilut ct` gmroVa1 � the exvcLr ve dkectar and the 60ard* at erectors %r F�gpa 1'r�gn2u y Cent�t^S. lm �r1/hila we tnreicarne Mr. Patei's er fraaren@uA21 sFtrx ON his Invog; tew in ille community. We ham no inclInallon 'b help fund His groje . We do wish hire the in his endgavor. Rsrds, / Film "ye axicutlVe Dirsotor- Hope Pregnancy cersers arazas valley COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION PK JOB #47504-251 FIRE FLOW CALCULATION CALCULATED FLOW Fire Flow at 20 psi for hydrant E-087: Q. = 29.83CdD2 vP (29.83)(09)(2.5)' 80 =1,500.8 gpm 20)() 54 (]� — 20 PS — P,. 95-20)M4 1,500.8 = 4,455 gpm (95-85 Where: Q. = residual flow at the pitot pressure (gpm) Q1 = 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 (prig) Pr = residual pressure (psig) PS = static pressure (prig) REQUIRED FLOW oF -r \II% � i s : VE E ,. / / STEW DUNCAN / ...:• .... 83252 ......:.. 11, i tit; S • � — Building Type = VA (Section 602.5 and 1505 of 2000 International Building Code) Fire Area = 32,285 square feet (Section B 104.1 of 2000 International Fire Code) Required Fire Flow = 3,250 gpm (Table B 105.1 of 2000 International Fire Code) 50% reduction allowed for sprinkler system = 1,625 gpm (Section B105.2 of 2000 International Fire Code {75%) /Fire Marshall (50%)) Required fire flow = 1,625 gpm Number of hydrants required = 1 (Table C105.1 of 2000 International Fire Code) RESULTS 4,455 gpm available > 1,625 gpm required = OK 2 hydrants available > I hydrant required = OK 1601 GRAHAM ROAD COLLEGE STATION TEXAS 7784 Date: 4 MARCH 2004 Attention: CAROL COTTER From: Butch Willis `Fater Wastewater Division Phone: 979-764-3435 Fax: 979-764-3452 FLOW TEST REPORT Location: 2307 TEXAS AVE Flow hydrant number: E-087 Pitot reading: 80 (GPM): 1140 Static hydrant number: E-007 Static PSI: 95 Residual PSI: 85 THIS TEST WAS RUN ON 16 DEC 03 CHAPTER TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION SECTION 601 GENERAL 601.1 Scope. The provisions of this chapter shall control the classification of buildings as to type of construction. SECTION 602 CONSTRUCTION CLASSIFICATION 602.1 General. Buildins and structures erected or to be erected, altered or extended in hei«ht or area shall be classi- fied in one of the five construction types defined in Sections 602.2 through 602.5. The building elements shall have a fire resistance rating* not less than that specified in Table 601 and exterior walls shall have a fire -resistance rating not less than that specified in Table 602. 602.1.1 Minimum requirements. A building or porti011 thereof shall not be required to conform to the details of a type of construction higher than that type. which meets the minimum requirements based on occupaulcy even though certain features of such a building actually conform to a higher type of construction. 602.2 Types I and 11. T\ pes I and 11 construction are those types of construction in which the bUildiMl elelllellti listed in Table 601 are of noncombustible materials. 6023 Type III. Type Ill Coll s411IC ion is that type of con- struction in which the exterior «alis are of noncombustible materials and the interior building elements are of any mate- rial permitted by this code. Fire -retardant -treated wood fram- ing complying with Section 2303.'_ shall be permitted within exterior wall assemblies of a 2 -hour rating or less. 602.4 Type IV. Type IV construction (Heavy Timber. HT) is that type of construction in which the exterior walls are of noncombustible materials and the interior building* elements are of solid or laminated %%ood without concealed spaces. The details of Type IV construction shall comply with the provi- sions of this section. Fire -retardant -treated wood framing complying with Section 2303.2 shall be permitted within exterior wall assemblies with a 2 -hour rating or less. 602.1.1 Columns. Wood columns shall be sawn or glued laminated and shall not be less than 8 inches (203 mill), nominal, in any dimension where supporting floor loads and not less than 6 inches (152 mill) nominal in width and not less than 8 inches (203 n1m) nominal in depth where supporting roof and ceiling loads only. Columns shall be continuous or superimposed and connected in an approved planner. 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE p') 602.4.2 Floor framing. Wood beams and girders shall be of sawn or gluled laminated timber and shall be not less than 6 inches (152 mm) nominal in width and not less than 10 inches (254 nim) nominal in depth. Framed sawn or glued lanlinated timber arches. which spring from the floor line and support floor loads, shall be not less than 8 inches (2(1', n1m) nominal in any dimension. Framed timber trusses sup- porting floor loads shall have members of not less than 8 inches (203 mm) nominal in anv dimension. 602,43 Root' framing. Wood -framed or glued laminated - arches for roof construction, which spring from the floor line or from grade and do not support floor loads shall have members not less than 6 inches (152 mill) nominal in %width and have less than 8 inches (203 mm) nominal in depth for the lower half of the height and not less than 0 inches ( 152 mm) nominal in depth for the upper half. Framed or `clued laminated arches for roof construction that spring from the top of walls or wall abutments. framed timber trusses. and other roof framinL,, which (it) not support floor loads, shall have members not less (haul 4 inches (102 nim) nominal in width and not less than 6 inches ( I51_ mm) nominal in depth. Spaced members mail be composed of two or more pieces not less than 3 inches (76 mill) nominal in thickness where blocked solidly throughout their intervenin , spaces or where spaces are tightly closed by a continuous wood cover plate of not less than 2 inches (51 mill) nominal in thickness Secured to the underside of the members. Splice plates shall be not less than 3 inches (76 mill) nominal in thickness. Where pro- tected by approved automatic sprinklers under the roof deck, frarnim, members shall be not less than 3 inches (76 mill) nominal in width. 602.4.4 Floors. Floors shall be without concealed spaces. �V'ood floors shall be of sawn or glued laminated planks. spl ined, or tongue -and -groove. of not less than 3 inches (76 mm) nominal in thickness covered with I -inch (25.4 nun) nonlinal dimension tongue -and -groove flooring. laid crosswise or diagonally, or 0.5 -inch (12.7 mm) particle board or planks not less than 4 inches (102 mm) nominal in width set on edge close together and well spiked and covered with I inch (25.4 mm). nominal, dimension floor- inc or '/-,-inch (12.7 mm) wood structural panel or 0.5 -inch ( 12.7 mill) particle board. The lumber shall be laid so that no continuous line of joints will occur except at points of support. Floors shall not extend closer than 0.5 inch ( 12.7 111111) to walls. Such 0.5 -inch (12.7 mni) space shall be cov- ered by a molding fastened to the wall and so arranged that it will not obstruct the swelling or shrinkage nio%c 87 602.4.5 - 603.1 ments of the floor. Corbeling of masonry Walls under the floor may be used in place of molding. 602.4-5 Roofs. Roof.,, shall tk vv ithout concealed spaces and wood roof decks shall he sawn or `clued laminated. splined or tongue -and -groove plank, not less than 2 inches (51 film) thick, I I/s (32 ni n) -inch -thick wood structural panel (exteri- or glue), or of planks not less than 3 inches (76 film) nominal wide, set on edge close together and laid as required for floors. Other types of deckimc mati be used if providing equivalent fire resistance and structural properties. 602.4.6 Partitions. Partitions shall he of' solid wood con- struction by not less than two layers of 1 -inch (25 film) matched hoard, or laminated construction 4 inches ( IOU film) thick. or of 1 -hour lire resistance rated construction. 602.4.7 Exterior structural members. Where a horizon- tal separation of 20 feet (6096 min) or more is provided, wood columns and arches confirming to hcavv timber sizes may he used e\ternall�. 602.5 Type V. Type V construction is that type of' const•uc- tion in which the stuCtural Clements, extrrior walls and inte- rior walls are of any materials permitted by this code. SECTION 603 COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL IN TYPES I AND II CONSTRUCTION 603.1 Allowable uses. Combustible materials are permitted in buildings of Type I and Type 11 construction in the follow- ing applications: I . Fire -retardant -treated wood shall he permitted in: 1.1. Nonbearing partitions where the required fire - resistance rating is 2 hours or less. 1.2. Nonbearing exterior walls where no fire rating is required 1.3. Roof construction as permitted in Table 601. Note c. Item 3. 2. Thermal and acoustical insulation, other than foam plastics, having a Hanle spread index of not more than 25. Exceptions: 1. Insulation placed between two layers of noncom- bustible materials without an intervening air space shall be allowed to have a flame spread index of not more than 100. 2. Insulation installed between it finished Iloor and solid decking without intervening air apace shall be allowed to have a flame spread index of not more than 200. Foam plastics in accordance \pith Chapter 26. TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION 4. Roof coverings that have an A, B or C classification. 5. Interior floor finish and interior finish, trim and mill- WOrk such as doors. door frames, window sashes and frames. 6. Where not installed over 15 feet (3572 film) above grade. show windows, nailing or furring strips, wood- en bulkheads below show windows, their frames, aprons and show cases. 7. Finish flooring applied direct]\, to the floor slab or to wood sleepers that are firestopped in accordance with Section 716.2.7. S. Partitions dividing portions of stores, offices or similar places occupied by one tenant only and which do not establish a corridor serving an occupant load of 30 of- more rmore may he Constructed of fire retardant Ueated wood. 1 -hour fire-resisti�c construction or of wood panels or similar light consUuCtion up to 6 feet ( 1829 nun) in height. 9. Platforms as permitted in Section 410. 10. Materials complying with Section 602 of the Intel -national 11echunicell Coclr. 1 1 . Combustible exterior null coverings, balconies, hay or oriel windows, or similar appendages in accordance with Chapter 14. 12. Blocking such as for handrails, millwork, cabinets, and window and door fraume,,. 13. Light-transnlitting plastics as permitted by Chaptcr 26. 14. Mastics and Caulking material, applied to provide flex- ible seals bctu eel components of exterior wall con- st'uCti011. 15. Exterior plastic veneer installed in accordance with Section 2605.2. 16. Nailing or furring strips as permitted by Section 503.3. 17. Heavy timber as permitted by Note C. Iteral 2. to Table 601 and Sections 602.4.7 and 1406.3. 18. Aggregates. component materials and admixtures as Permitted by Section 703.2.2. 19. Sprayed Cenlentitious and mineral fiber fire -resistive materials installed to Comply with Section 170.3.11. 20. Materials used to protect penetrations in fire -resistance -rated assemblies in accordance with Section 711. 21. Materials used to protect joints in fire -resistance -rated assemblies in accordance with Section 712. 22. Materials allowed in the concealed spaces of buildings of Types I and Il construction in accordance with Section 716.5. 88 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING COD®R TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION TABLE 601 FIRE -RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDING ELEMENTS (hours) TABLE 601 — TABLE 602 Fill- SI: I foot = 304.S nun. a. The structural fi:une ,halt he Con,iderCd it, he the colunut, :unl the _infer,. he:un,. iru„ , anLI ,h:ui heh hak im' ir.: 1:nnneCtionS to the column. and bracing ntCnthrr, de,iLNICd to Cara era, it,, load'. "I"Ile member, of Moor or roof land, „hich h: %c no Connection to the columns shall he considered Secondary ntcnthcrs and not it part of the ,tructural Irunc. h. Ruul',upPort,: Fire-rc,i,t:utcr ruing, of strucuirtl fi:tmc and be:U'in, ,alb ;u'e permitted to he reduced by I hour a here ,upporting a root'only. C. 1. Except in Factory-Indu,uial tF-I i. Hai:u'dou, tIIJ. \lerc:Uttile t \IJ and Moderate Hazard Storage (S -I1 oCcupanCieS, til -C PI'MeCtion of StrurttU'- al member, ,hall not he required. including Protection of roof' fr:uning and dechinL. Schrre eery part of the r, of con,tructiun ii 20 feet or more aho,e ailsMoor inuuedialely helo". Fire-reutrd:uu-u'eated nod menthes Shall he allowed to he tiled G,r ,uc11 unprotected mcnther,. ?. In all occupancies. hear timber ,hall he allo,%cd k%here a 1 -hour or lc,,fire-rc,i,cmce rating i, required In Ts Pe I and l)Pr II con,trurtion. lire-rrtanl:uu-n'r:ued k\ood ,11:111 be allo%ked in building, not ocer t,.%,,<oi;r,, including girder, and tru„c, a, part of the roof ron,uuction. d. An aPPI-Med aUlonlediC sPrinl.lcr,yStem in aecordance pith Section 011;.3.1.1 ,hall he ali(Med to he Suh,titw,,J t ,r 1 -hour fire-resklance-rated con- suurtion, Prucidrd wch ,sitrm i, nut utherui,e required he other Pr,ni,ion, of the code or u,ed li,r ;m alln,,.ahir .arca increase in aCCordanCe %Sith Section i06.3 or an alto” able hci,lht increa,e in accordance kith Section i0d.?. The I -hour ,uh,0unnm fur t'.e tic; re,i,tanrr of exterior "alb ,hull not he permitted. e. For interior nonhc;uim Partition, in -I\pe 11' Con,uvCtion, amo ,cc Section 6022 1.6. cul le„ than the Ilrc-reskl:mce rating ha,ed on fire ,eparniun distance (,cc f able 1111'. i TABLE 602 FIRE -RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR EXTERIOR WALLS BASED ON FIRE SEPARATION DISTANCEa FIRE TYPE I TYPE It TYPE III TYPE IV TYPE V BUILDING ELEMENT A B Ad B Ad B HT Ad B StRICtUral frame' 1 > i [-A 3_ I < 10 Including colunut,, girders. u'usse, I 31' 'h 1 O IIt HT I 0 Bearing %kalls E other, I I I > 30 All 0 U 0 Exteriorl, 1 0 2 ' 1 0 Interior 31i I/HT l 0 I Nonbcarin , \%all, and Iru'tition; I 11XIC1'Iot. See Table 60) hticl'Itlic Sec Section 602 FIUUI' C0Ibt1'UCti0II 1 t) HT 1 0 I[ICILILliII2 supporting beams , 2 1 1 1 and joists Rauf cunsu'urtiun OC I` tt HT le 0 InCluding Supporting beams I Le I le and joists Fill- SI: I foot = 304.S nun. a. The structural fi:une ,halt he Con,iderCd it, he the colunut, :unl the _infer,. he:un,. iru„ , anLI ,h:ui heh hak im' ir.: 1:nnneCtionS to the column. and bracing ntCnthrr, de,iLNICd to Cara era, it,, load'. "I"Ile member, of Moor or roof land, „hich h: %c no Connection to the columns shall he considered Secondary ntcnthcrs and not it part of the ,tructural Irunc. h. Ruul',upPort,: Fire-rc,i,t:utcr ruing, of strucuirtl fi:tmc and be:U'in, ,alb ;u'e permitted to he reduced by I hour a here ,upporting a root'only. C. 1. Except in Factory-Indu,uial tF-I i. Hai:u'dou, tIIJ. \lerc:Uttile t \IJ and Moderate Hazard Storage (S -I1 oCcupanCieS, til -C PI'MeCtion of StrurttU'- al member, ,hall not he required. including Protection of roof' fr:uning and dechinL. Schrre eery part of the r, of con,tructiun ii 20 feet or more aho,e ailsMoor inuuedialely helo". Fire-reutrd:uu-u'eated nod menthes Shall he allowed to he tiled G,r ,uc11 unprotected mcnther,. ?. In all occupancies. hear timber ,hall he allo,%cd k%here a 1 -hour or lc,,fire-rc,i,cmce rating i, required In Ts Pe I and l)Pr II con,trurtion. lire-rrtanl:uu-n'r:ued k\ood ,11:111 be allo%ked in building, not ocer t,.%,,<oi;r,, including girder, and tru„c, a, part of the roof ron,uuction. d. An aPPI-Med aUlonlediC sPrinl.lcr,yStem in aecordance pith Section 011;.3.1.1 ,hall he ali(Med to he Suh,titw,,J t ,r 1 -hour fire-resklance-rated con- suurtion, Prucidrd wch ,sitrm i, nut utherui,e required he other Pr,ni,ion, of the code or u,ed li,r ;m alln,,.ahir .arca increase in aCCordanCe %Sith Section i06.3 or an alto” able hci,lht increa,e in accordance kith Section i0d.?. The I -hour ,uh,0unnm fur t'.e tic; re,i,tanrr of exterior "alb ,hull not he permitted. e. For interior nonhc;uim Partition, in -I\pe 11' Con,uvCtion, amo ,cc Section 6022 1.6. cul le„ than the Ilrc-reskl:mce rating ha,ed on fire ,eparniun distance (,cc f able 1111'. i TABLE 602 FIRE -RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR EXTERIOR WALLS BASED ON FIRE SEPARATION DISTANCEa FIRE SEPARATION DISTANCE TYPE OF GROUP GROUP F-1, GROUP A,B,E, (feet) CONSTRUCTION H M, S-1 F-2, I, Rb, S-2, U < ,e .all 3 1 > i [-A 3_ I < 10 >_ 10 I-A.I-13 2 i I < 30 11-13. V-13 1 0 0 other, I I I > 30 All 0 U 0 I foot = 304.8 milt. d -bearing exterior Stalk Shall amu roniPh with the fire-re,i,tunrC ruing requirCntcnt, of Tahle 601. LIP R-3 and Group U when used a, acre„on a, GruuP R-3, a, applicable in Section 101_2 ,hall not he require,l a� lyase a fire -resistance ratin^_ �kherr Separation distance i, 3 fere or more. Section 503.2 fur party stalk. 4TERNATIONAL BUILDING CODED 69 1503 - 1505.1 SECTION 1503 WEATHER PROTECTION 1503.1 General. Roof decks shall he covered \\ ith approved roof coverings secured to the building or structure in accor- dance with the provisions of this chapter. Roof coverings shall be designed, installed and maintained in accordance with this code and the appro\ed manufacturer's installation instructions such that the roof cm Grin u shall scr\ e to protect the building or structure. 1503.2 Flashing. Flashing shall he instAled in ,uch a plan- ner as to prevent moisture cnterillL the \\ all through the joints in the coping, through nloi,turc-I>ernleahle material. at inter- sections with the roof plane or at parapet \\all penetratiunS. 1503.2.1 Locations. Flashing Shall he installed at \\ all and roof intersections: at gutters: \\here\er thea is a change in roof slope or direction: and auuurld root opcnnlgS. \\'here ilashine is of, metal, the metal Shall he corrosion resistant with a thickness of not le„ than 0.019 inch (No. 26 gal- vanized Sheet). 1503.3 Coping. Parapet \calls shall he properly coped \cith noncombustible, weatherproof materials of a \\ idth no less than the thickness of the parapet wall. [P] 1503.4 Roof drainage. Design and installation of roof* drainage systems shall comply with the bitc'rliationcll Plucuhing Codc•. 1503.4.1 Gutters. Gutters and leaders placed on the out- side of buildings, other than Group R-3 as applicable in Section 101 .2, private garages, and buildings of T\ pe V construction. shall he of nonconibLIStible material or a minimum of Schedule 40 plastic pipe. 1503.5 Roof ventilation. Intake and e.Xhaust \entS Shall be provided in accordance with Section 1-202.2 and the manu- facturer's installation instructionS. SECTION 1504 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS 1504.1 Wind resistance of roofs. Roof decks and roof co\- erings shall be designed for wind loads in accordance with Chapter 16 and Sections 1504.2. 1504.3 and 1504.4. Exception: Asphalt shiriLles shall be connected to the roof deck in accordance with Section 1 %7.2. 1504,2 Wind resistance of clay and concrete tile. Clay and concrete tile roof coverings shall be connected to the roof deck in accordance with Chapter 16. ROOF ASSEMBLIES AND ROOFTOP STRUCTURES 15043 Wind resistance of nonballasted roofs. Roof cover- ings installed on roofs in accordance with Section 1507 that are mechanically attached or adhered to the roof deck shall he designed to rc,ist the design \\ ind load pressures for cladding in Chapter 16. 15043.1 Other roof' systems. Roof s\stems with built- ull, modified bitllillen, fully adhered or mechanically attached single -ply throuL,h fastened meta) panel roof Sys- tems, and other t\pes of membrane roof coverings shall also be tested in accordance vv ith 1=:11 4450. FNI 4470, UL 580 or UL I S97. 15043.2 \fetal panel roof systems..%letal panel roof sys- tems throu�2h fastened or standing Sean, shall he tested in accordance a ith UL 580 or ASTM E 1592. 1504.4 Ballasted lu\\-slope roof systems. Ballasted low - slope (roof slope < 2: I' I ,nt le pl\ root ,\ stem coverings installed in accordance \% 1(h Section 1507 shall he designed in accordance \\ith ANSI RMAiSPRI RP -4. 1504.5 Physical properties. Roof coverings installed on low slope roofs (roof slope < 2:12) in accordance with Section 1507 shall denlon,tate ph\sical integrity over the \corking life of the roof based upon 2.000 11OUrS of e\posure to accel- erated \\eathcring fe,tS conducted in accordance \\ ith ASTM G23. ASTM G26 or AS f\1 G53. Those roof co\crings that are Subject to cyclical fleVural re,ponSe due to Wind loads shall not dernow t atc am significant loss of tensile strength for unreinforced nlenlhranes or breaking strenLih for rein- forced nlcnihrane, \\hen tc,ted a, herein required. 1504.6 Impact resistance. Roof co\crings installed im lo\\ - slope roofs (roof ,lope < 2:12) in accordance with Section 1507 shall resist impact damage hawed on the results of tests conducted in accordance \\ ith ASTM D 3746. ASTM D 4272. CGSB 37 -GP -52\1 or FM 4470. SECTION 1505 FIRE CLASSIFICATION 1505.1 General. Roof a,senlblies Shall he divided into the classes defined help\\. Class A. B and C roof' assemblies and roof coverings required to be listed b\ this section shall be tested in accordance with ASTM E 108 or UL 790. In addi- tion, fire -retardant -treated wood roof coverings shall he test- ed in accordance \\ ith ASTM D 2598. The minimum roof coverings installed oil buildings Shall comply with Table 1505.1 based on the t\ pe of construction of the huildiil2l. 276 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE"' ROOF ASSEMBLIES AND ROOFTOP STRUCTURES TABLE 1505.1a,b MINIMUM ROOF COVERING CLASSIFICATION FOR TYPES OF CONSTRUCTIOLI., IA IB IIA IIB IIIA AlivAB ve B B B C- B C, SI: I runt = 104.8 nun. 1 ulu:ue root=n.n9'y n'.-. a. t�I11e,S othera i,e required in aceurdanec air t' e (r h ti It i'dlund lnrr,yirrC C10C or duC to the lucatiun nI* the huiirlme "r it_In .t til,: district in aceordaflce with >ppendi\ [>. h. Noncia„itled ro„rcu%crinL,ti shall he pern;v: huGroup R- ? ❑, applicable in $rc;ion lel ' gnat occup.,r,:r,.•.r.� : thrc „a min- nnnn lire-,ep.u:uion rli,cujce olh fret cdi!e ul [Ile Woo. Budding, that :u'e nut more than mo _ ..::,! h: �. ut_ nut more than 6.01111 ,quare legit orpru;ectrd r—'t here [t ..r i, a minintunl to -toot fire-,epauation di<,m,e Irma tn,� I,.: ;m_ : _ or the foul to a Iot line on all ,isle, of the 11,• ,tre_' (runt, or puhlic aa.,. shall he permitter) to ha%c roof. of ,,!x or r,d�rood ,hale, and No. I shingle, comtructed in .r: „nl: tit's Section 1;0,.6. 1505.2 Class A roof assemblies. Claus A roof a,semblie, are those that are effective again,t sc�ere fire test C.Xposure. Class A roof assemblies and roof co%erin«, •hatli he li.t.d and identified as Class A b% in approved te,tinL a_ -enc%. Class A roof assemblies shall he pCrmittCd for u,C in buildinh!s or StruCtures of all type, of construction. Exception: Cla,s A roof assemblies inClude those with cover- ings of brick, nmsonr\. slate. clary or concrete rivf tile. e.xp )Sed concrete roof deck, ferrous or copper shingle, or sheet>. 15053 Class B roof assemblies. Class B roof a,scmhlies are those that are effective against moderate fire -test espo.,ore. Class B roof assemblies and roof cmerin_, ,hall be listen and identified as Clatss B h% ,in appro%cd te,tin a_Cnc�. Exception: Class B roof assentblic, include tho,e with coverings of metal sheets and shin -files. 1505.=3 Class C roof assemblies. Class C roof a,semblie, are those that are effective against light fire -test e\posurC. Class C roof assemblies and roof coverings shall be listed and iden- tified as Class C by an approved testing a«enc%. 1505.51 Nonclassified rooting. Nonclassiried roofing is approved material that is not listed as a Class A. Class B or Class C roof coverinv. 1505.6 Wood shingles and shakes. When testing wood shin- gles and shakes in accordance with ASTM E 10S and ASTM D 2393 (including Method A and B of the rain test). the fire tests shall include the intermittent flame test. spread of flame test, burning brand test and flying brand te,t. Additionally, at the conclusion of the rain test, test panels shad) be subjCCtCd to the intermittent flame test, burning brand test and tlying brand test. Shakes and shingles shall also be subjected to the weathering test as specified in UL 790. 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODO TABLE 1505.1 — 1507.1 1505.6.1 Fire -retardant -treated shingles and shakes. Fire -retardant -treated wood shakes and shingles shall be treated by impregnation with chemical, by the full -cell vacuum -pressure process, in aec0rdal1CC with AWPA C I. Each bundle shall be marked to identify the manufactured unit and the manufacturer. and :hall also be labeled to identity the classification of the material in accordance with the testing required in Section 1505.6 (Class B or C). the treating company and the quality control agency. 1505.7 Special purpose roofs. Special purpose wood shingle or wood shake roofing shall conform with the grading and application requirements of Section 1507.5 or 1507.9. In addition. an underki%ment of 0.61-5 irnh ( 15.9 mm) Type X water-resistant gypsum backing board or gypsum sheathing shall be placed under minimum nominal 0.5 -inch -thick (12.7 mm) wood structural panel solid Sheathing or 1 -inch (25 mm) nominal spaced sheathing. SECTION 1506 MATERIALS 1506.1 Scope. The requirement., Set forth in this section shall apply to the application of roof covering materials specified herein. Roof coverings shall be applied in accordance with this chapter and the manufacturer's installation instructions. Installation of roof coverings shall comply with the applica- ble provisions of Section 1507. 15062 Compatibility of materials. Roof, and roof coverings shall be of materials that are compatible with each other and with the huildin« or Structure to �' hich the materials are applied. 15063 Material specifications and physical characteris- tics. Roof coverinu, materials shall confirm to the applicable standards listed in this chapter. In the absence of applicable standards or where materials are of questionable Suitability, testing by an approved testing agency shall be required by the building official to determine the character. quality and limi- tations of application of the materials. 1506.1 Product identification. Roof Covering materials shall be delivered in packages bearing the manufacturer's identifying marks and appro%ed testing agency labels required in accordance with Section 1505. Balk shipments of materials shall be accompanied with the same information issued in the form of it certificate or on a bill of lading by the manufacturer. SECTION 1507 REQUIREMENTS FOR ROOF COVERINGS 1507.1 Scope. Roo fcoveri11gs shall be applied in accordance with the applicable provisions of this section and the nrtnt- facturer's installation instruCtion,. 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 T%C; 1A and Type IB construction 13101.1 Scope. The procedure for determining, fire -flow re- shall he the area of the three successive floors. quiremcnts for buildings or portions of buildings hcreahercon- Exception: Fire arca for c :-: r rking oara2es shall be de- structed shall he in accordance with this appendix. This termined by the area of the ' -_est floor. appendix does not apply to structures other than huildiM*s. SECTION 8102 DEFINITIONS 6102.1 Definitions. For the purpose of this appendix, certain terms are defined as follows: FIRE AREA. The floor area, in square feet, used to determine the required fire flow. FIRE FLOW. 'Che flow rate of a water supple, mc;uurcd at 20 Pounds per square inch (psi) ( I33 kPa) residual pre.,sure, that is availahle fur fire liLliting SECTION 8103 MODIFICATIONS SECTION 8105 FIRE -FLOW REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDINGS 13105.1 One- and two -Tamil* d%%ellinas. The minimum fire flow requirements for one- an,: :.�o-famik dwellin,s havinL, a lire area which does not exceed ,.600square feet (34 4 m') shall be 1,000 gallons per minute t ;- L!min). Fire flow and flow duration for dwellin`,s ha%in, a tire area in excess of 3.600 square feet (344 rn ) shall not be less than that specified in Table BI05.1. Exception: A reduction in required fire now of 50 percent, as approved, is allowed �0-..ere the building is equipped throughout with an approve.'. automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Chapter 9 of the International Fire Code. B 105.2 Buildings other than one- and two-family dwellings. The minimum fire flow and fle•.% duration for buildings other than one- and two-family do, ei:: < shall be as specified in Ta - B103.1 Decreases. "I he fire chief is authorized to reduce the blc B105.1. fire -flow requircmcnts for isolated huildin,s or a group of buildin ,s in rural areas or small communities where the devel- opment of full lire -flow requirements is impractical. with an approved autonruic s7rinkCer sv stem tnsta ec to ac - B103.2 Increases. The fire chief' is authorized to increase the rdancc with Section 90 - :. I or 901.3.1.2 of the Interna - fire -flow ra (Iuiremctits %where conditions indicate an unusual tiunal Fire Code. The nese' : ; lire flow shall not he less susceptihilittogroupliresorconlla,rcuions.Anincrcascshall than 1,500,allonsper min �6-JUmin.). v not be more than twice that required I*or the huiklinl' under con- sideration. Exception: A reduction in rr red fire tlow of'up to 75 per- cent. as approved, is allo«e_ .-,hen the building is pro% td ed B103.3 Areas without water supply systems. For inliirma- tion regardin T watcrsupplies for lire fi«htim, purpuscs 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 1,Vildland Intteifitice Code. SECTION B104 FIRE AREA 8104.1 General. The lire area shall be the total flour arca of al I floor levels vv ithin the exterior walls, and under the horizontal projections of the roof of a building used to protect stora`*e or use areas, cxc:cpt as modified in Sections B 104.2 and B 104.3. B104.2 Area separation. Portions of buildings which are cepa rated by fire walls without openings constructed in accordance With the International Building Code are allowed to he consid- ered as separate lire areas. INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODED 3" APPENDIX B FIRE -FLOW REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDINGS TABLE B105.1 MINIMUM REQUIRED FIRE FLOW AND FLOW DURATION FOR BUILDINGS FIRE AREA (square feet) FIRE FLOW (gallons per minute)b FLOW DURATION (hours) Type IA and IB' Type IIA and IIIA' Type IVa `V-A) Type IIB and I11B' Type V -B' 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 2.000 38.701-48.300 ? I ,80 I -31,200 12901 l 7.400 9.801-12,600 6,201-7,700 2 '50 48.301-59,000 24,201-33.20f' 17.401-21.300 12,601-15,400 7,701-9,400 2.500 59.001-70,900 33.21)1-39.70+) 2 L.301-'_5.500 15.401-18,400 9.401-11,300 2.750 71)901-83,700 39.701--:7.10x) 25.501-30.100 18,401-21.800 11.301-13,400 =.000 83,701-97.700 47.101-54.900 31).101-35 200* 21,801 1-5,900 13,401-15,600 .250 97,701-112,700 54,901-63.400 31._'01-40 600 25,901-29.300 15,601-18.000 3.500 2.701-12,MO0 63.401-72.400 40.601-46.400 29,301-33,500 18,001-20,600 3.7 50 -1-1 128.701-145,900 72,401-S'_.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._'50 164.201-183,400 92,=101-103.10) 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 ''03,701-225 '00 114,601-126,700 73,301-81.100 53.001-58,600 32.601-36,000 5.000 225.201-247.700 126.701- 139,400 81,101-89.200 58,601-65,400 36,001-39,600 5.250 247.701-27 1,200 139.401-15''.600 S9.201-97,700 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 - - 1 15,801-125,500 83.701-90,600 5 1,501-55.700 6.250 - - 125.501-135,500 90.601-97,900 55,701-60,200 6.500 - - 135.501-145,800 97,901-106,800 60.201-6.1.800 6.750 - - 145,801-156,700 106.801-113.200 64,801-69,600 -.000 - - 156.701-167,900 111,201-121,300 69.601-74,600 7_50 - - 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 1 138.301 -Greater 85,101 -Greater 5.000 For SL I square foot = 0.091_9 m', I gallon per minute = 3.785 L/m, t pound per square inch = 6.395 kPa. a. T} pes of construction are based on the International Building Code. b. Measured at 20 psi. 358 2000 INTERNATIONAL FIRE C000;A JA Appendix C FIRE HYDRANT LOCATIONS AND DISTRIBUTION SECTION C101 GENERAL C101.1 Scope. Fire hydrants shall be pro%ided in accordance with this appendix for the protection of buildings, or portions of buildings, hereafter constructed. SECTION C102 LOCATION C102.1 Fire hydrant locations. Fire h%drants shall be pro- vided along required fire apparatus access roads and adjacent public streets. SECTION C103 NUMBER OF FIRE HYDRANTS C103.1 Fire hydrants available. The minimum number of fire hydrants available to a building shall not be less than that listed in Table C105.1. The number of fire hydrants available to a complex or subdivision shall not be less than that determined by spacing requirements listed in Table C 105.1 when applied to fire apparatus access roads and perimeter public streets from which fire operations could be conducted. SECTION C104 CONSIDERATION OF EXISTING FIRE HYDRANTS C104.1 Existing fire hydrants. Existing fire hydrants on pub- lic streets are allowed to be considered as available. EXistim, fire hydrants on adjacent properties shall not be considered available unless fire apparatus access roads extend between properties and easements are established to prevent obstruction of such roads. SECTION C105 DISTRIBUTION OF FIRE HYDRANTS C105.1 Hydrant spacing. The average spacing between lire shall ll not exceed that listed in Table C 105.1. Exception: The fire chief is authorized to accept a defi- ciency of up to 10 percent «here existing fire hydrants pro- vide all or a portion of the required fire hydrant service. Regardless of the average spacing, fire hydrants shall be lo- cated such that all points on streets and access roads adjacent to a building are within the distances listed in Table C105.1. TABLE C105.1 NUMBER AND DISTRIBUTION OF FIRE HYDRANTS FIRE -FLOW REQUIREMENT (gpm) MINIMUM NUMBER OF HYDRANTS AVERAGE SPACING BETWEEN HYDRANTS" b- (feet) MAXIMUM DISTANCE FROM ANY POINT ON STREET OR ROAD FRONTAGE TO A HYDRANT,, 1.750 or less I 500 250 2.000-2.250 2 450 225 2.500 3 450 235 3.000 3 400 225 3,500-4.000 I 4 I 350 210 4.500-5.000 5 300 180 5.500 6 300 180 6,000 i 6 250 150 6,500-7,000 7 250 150 7,500 or more 8 or more' 200 120 For SL I foot = 304.8 mm, I gallon per nunute =1785 Um. a. Reduce by 100 feet for dead-end streets or roads. b. Where streets are provided with median divider which can be crossed by fire fighters pulling hose lines, or where artenal streets are provided with four or molt traffic lanes and have a traffic count of more than 30.000 vehicles perday, hydrant spacing shall average 500 feet on each side of the street and be arranged on an al- ternating basis up to a fire -Flow requirement of 7.000 gallons per minute and 4W feet for higher fire -flow requirements. c. Where new water mains are extended along streets «here hydrants are not needed for protection of structures or similar fi, problems. fire hydrants shall be pro- vided at spacing not to exceed 1,000 feet to protide for transportation hazards. d. Reduce by 50 feet for dead-end streets or roads. e. One hydrant for each 1,000 gallons per minute or fraction thereof. 2000 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE) 359 COMFORT SUITES CITY OF COLLEGE STATION PK JOB #47504-251 FIRE FLOW CALCULATION CALCULATED FLOW Fire Flow at 20 psi for hydrant E-087: Q. = 29.83c,,D`'P�, (29.83)(0.9)(2.5)'` 80 =1,500.8 gpm 0.54 PS — 20 P — P,. 95 — 20)1-541,500.8 C= 4,455 gpm 95-85 Where: Q. = residual flow at the pitot pressure (gpm) Q� = 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) P, = residual pressure (psig) P, = static pressure (prig) REQUIRED FLOW Building Type = VA (Section 602.5 and 1505 of 2000 International Building Code) Fire Area = 32,285 square feet (Section B 104.1 of 2000 International Fire Code) Required Fire Flow = 3,250 gpm (Table B 105.1 of 2000 International Fire Code) 50% reduction allowed for sprinkler system = 1,625 gpm (Section B105.2 of 2000 International Fire Code {75%) /Fire Marshall {50%}) Required fire flow = 1,625 gpm Number of hydrants required = 1 (Table C 105.1 of 2000 International Fire Code) RESULTS 4,455 gpm available > 1,625 gpm required = OK 2 hydrants available > 1 hydrant required = OK 1601 GRAHAM ROAD COLLEGE STATION TEXAS 77845 Date: 4 MARCH 2004 Attention: CAROL COTTER From: Butch Willis Water Wastewater Division Phone: 979-764-3435 Fax: 979-764-3452 FLOW TEST REPORT Location: 2307 TEXAS AVE Flow hydrant number: E-087 Pitot reading: 80 (GPM): 1140 Static hydrant number: E-007 Static PSI: 95 Residual PSI: 85 THIS TEST WAS RUN ON 16 DEC 03 CHAPTER TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION SECTION 601 GENERAL 601.1 Scope. The provisions of this chapter shall control the classification of buildings as to type of construction. SECTION 602 CONSTRUCTION CLASSIFICATION 602.1 General. Buildings and structures erected or to be erected, altered or extended in heiLht or area shall be classi- fied in one of the five construction types defined in Sections 602.2 through 602.5. The buildin1* elements shall have a fire resistance rating* not less than that specified in Table 601 and exterior walls shall have a fire -resistance rating not less than that specified in Table 602. 602.1.1 i\Iininium requirements. A huildin« or portion thereof shall not he required to conform to the details of it t pe of Coll StrUCtion higher than that type, which meets the mininlunl requirements based un occupancy even though certain features of such a building actually conform to a higher type of construction. 602.2 Types I and 11. Types I and 11 Construction are those types of construction in Which the building elements lister) in Table 601 are of noncombustible materials. 6033 'hype I11. Type Ill construction is that t\PC of Con- struction in which the exterior walls are of noncombustible materials and the interior huildin;_ Clements are of any mate- rial permitted by this code. Fire -retardant -treated wood fram- ing coniplyin_ with Section 2303.2 shall be permitted within exterior wall assemblies of a 2 -hour ratim, or less. 602.4 Type IV. Type IV construction (Heavy Timber. HT) is that tspe of construction in which the exterior walls are of' noncombustible materials and the interior building elements are of solid or laminated wood without concealed spaces. The details of Type IV construction shall comply with the provi- sions of this section. Fire -retardant -treated wood framing complying with Section 2301.2 shall be permitted within exterior wall assemblies with a 2 -hour rating or less. 602.4.1 Columns. 'Wood columns shall be sawn or glLICld laminated and shall not be less than 8 inches (203 mm), nominal, in any dimension where supporting floor loads arid not less than 6 inches (152 nini) nominal in width and not less than 8 inches (203 nini) nominal in depth where supporting roof and ceiling loads only. Columns shall be continuous or sttperinlposed and connected in an approved manner. 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING COD E`RD 602.4.2 Floor framing. Wood beams and girders shall be of sawn or glued laminated timber and shall be not less than 6 inches (152 mm) nominal in width and not less than I O inches (254 mm) nominal in depth. Framed sawn or glues( laminated timber arches. «hich spring from the floor line and support floor loads. shall be not less than 8 inches (20 num) nominal in any dimension. Framed timber trusses sup- porting floor loads shall have members of not less than 8 inches (203 mm) nominal in am dimension. 602.43 Roof framing. Wood -framed or glued laminated - arches for roof construction, which spring from the floor line or from grade and do not support floor loads shall have members not less than 6 inches (152 null) nominal in width and have less than 8 inches (203 mm) nominal in depth for the lower half of the height and not less than 6 inches ( 152 nun) nominal in depth for the upper half. Framed or glued laminated arches for roof construction that spring from the top of walls or wall abutments, framed timber trusses, and other roof framing, which do not support floor loads, shall have members not less than 4 inches (102 nim) nominal in width and not less than 6 inches (152 nini) nominal in depth. Spaced members may he Composed of two or more pieces not less than 3 inches (76 nini) nominal in thickness where blocked solidly throughout their intervening spaces or where spaces are ti, htl� closers by a continuous wood co%er plate of not less than 2 inches (51 nini) noriiinal in thickness secured to the underside of the members. Splice plates shall be not less than 3 inches (76 nim) nominal in thickness. Where pro- tected by approved automatic sprinklers under the roof deck, framing members shall he not less than 3 inches (76 nini) nominal in width. 602.4.4 Floors. Floors shall be without concealed spaces. \mood floors shall be of sag.\ n or glued laminated planks. splined. or tongue -and -groove, of not less than 3 inches (76 nim) nominal in thickness Covered with 1 -inch (25.4 nlm) nominal dimension tongue -and -groove flooring, laid crosswise or diagonally. or 0.5 -inch (12.7 nim) particle board or planks not less than 4 inches ( 102 nini) nominal in width set on edge close together and well spiked and covered with l inch (25.4 mm), nominal, dimension floor- ing or lig-inch (12.7 mm) \%ood structural panel or 0.5 -inch (12.7 nun) particle board. The lumber shall be laid so that no continuous line of joints will occur except at point" of support. Floors shall not extend closer than 0.5 inch ( 12.7 111111) to walls. Such 0.5 -inch (12.7 nun) space shall be cov- ered by a molding fastened to the wall and so arranged that it will not obstruct the swelling or shrinkage move 87 602.4.5 - 603.1 relents of the floor. CorhelinL 01 nla�onrV Walls under the floor may be used in place of molding. 602.4 .5 Roots. Roofs shall to a ithout concealed spaces and wood roof decks shall he sawn or Glued laminated, splined or tongue -and -groove plank, not less than 2 inches (51 mill) thick, 1 t/s (32 nun) -inch -thick Good structural Istel (exteri- or glue), or of planks not less than 3 inches (76 nun) nominal wide, set on edge close toiether and laid as required for floors. Other types of deekin« mac be used it' providin(I equivalent fire resistance and st1l:ctt1ral properties. TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION 4. Roof coverings that have an A. 13 or C classification. 5. Interior floor finish and interior finish, trim and mill- work such as doors, door frames, window sashes and frames. 6. 7 602.4.6 Partitions. Partitions shall he of solid wood con- struction formed be not less than taco lacers of ]-inch (25 S film) matched boards or laminated 00111 u-urtion 4 inches (100 nlnl) thick, or of I -hour lire -resistance -rated const-uction. 602.4.7 Exterior structural members. \\'here a horizon- tal separation of 20 feet (6090 111111[ or more is provided, wood columns and arches C0111'ornlin2 to he:o y timber sizes play he used cxternall\. 602.; Type V. Type V construction is that 1\ pe of C0nst•uC- 0on in which the StRIC turaI elements. e\ICrior wades and inte- rior walls are of ane materials permitted by this code. SECTION 603 COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL IN TYPES I AND II CONSTRUCTION 603.1 Allowable uses. Combustible materials are permitted in buildings of Type 1 and Type 11 Const_uCtion in the f0II0\v- ing applications: Fire -retardant -treated wood shall he permitted in: 1.1. Nonbearing_ partitions %\ here the required fire - resistance ratinL, is 2 hours or less. 1.2. NonbearinL exterior c alts where no fire rating is required 1.3. Roof constIuction as permitted in Table 601 , Note c. hent 3. ?. Thermal and acoustical insolation. other than foam plastics, having a flame spread index of not more than 25 Exceptions: 1. Insulation placed bet\\cell two la\ ers of noncom- bustible materials \\ ithout an intervening air space shall be allowed to have a (lame spread index of not more than 100. 2. Insulation installed bemeen a finished floor aitd solid decking without intervening air space shall be allowed to have a Hanle spread index of not more than 200. Foam plastics in accordance kith Chapter 26. 9 Where not installed over 15 feet (4572 ntnl) above ,,rade. show windowS, nailin-1 or 1'urring strips. wood- en bulkheads below show windows, their frames. aprons and show cases. Finish flooring applied directly to the floor slab or to wood sleepers that are firestopped in accordance with Section 716.2.7. Partitions dividing portions of' stores, offices or similar places occupied by one tenant only and which do not establish a corridor serving vt occupant load of 30 or more may he constructed of fire -retardant tented wood, 1 -hour fire -resistive construction or of wood panels or similar li`_ht Construction up to 6 feet ( 1529 num) in hci ht. Platforms as permitted in Section 410. 10. Materials complying with Section 602 of the 1111cril uionul Alecluuticell Coale. 11. Combustible exterior wall coverings, balconies, bay or oriel windows, or similar appendages in accordance with Chapter 14. 12. Blocking such as for handrails. millwork, cabinets. and window and door li-antes. 13. Light-tansntitting plastics as permitted by Chapter 26. 14. Mastics and caulking materials applied to pro\ ide flex- ible seals between components of exterior wall con- struction. 15. Exterior plastic veneer installed in accordance with Section 2605.2. 16. Nailin, or furring strips as permitted by Section 503.3. 17. Heavy timber as permitted by Vote C, Item 2. to Table 601 and Sections 602.4.7 and 1406.3. 18. Aggregates. component materials and admixtures as permitted by Section 703.2.2. 19. Sprayed ceneentitious and mineral fiber fire -resistive materials installed to comply with Section 1704.11. 20. Materials used to protect penetrations in fire -resistance -rated assemblies in accordance with Section 711. 21. Materials used to protect joints in fire -resistance -rated assemblies in accordance with Section 712. 22. Materials allowed in the concealed spaces of buildings of Types 1 and Il construction in accordance with Section 716>. 88 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE) TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION TABLE 601 FIRE -RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDING ELEMENTS (hours) TABLE 601 - TABLE 602 For SII loot = 304.5 nun. :t. The ,u'ticlurill Hallie ,hall hr Con,idCrcd t„ he till' :nlumn, and the girder,. heam,. Uu,ses and spandrck hacillo lir a :minertiun, to the column, and hracin , nt,2nthrr, tIC,i 'nCJ to Cara gran it.. I,ad" The member, of Il„or or roof Panel, %0lirh ha%c no connection t„ the column, ,hall be considered second:U % Members and not it p:u't of the ,tr.t:uiral frame. b. Rool support,: Fire-resimance ruing, of ,tm:Viral frame and hearing are permitted to he reduced h% I hour "herr supporting it tool only. C. L Esrept in Factor-Indu,Uial W -h. H.v.udotts tHt. Mercantile (\It MILI NI„deitlle Havarti Storage (S -I ) occupancies, lire protection of structuU'- al member, ,hall not hr reyuirrd. in:lUdim_ protection of roof framing and.leckin,_ sshrrc r,rn part of the toss("con,trurtiun is 20 feet or more ahme am Iloor inunCdituek bel,m. Fire-retard:utt-uCawd %%ood members shall he all(med to he u,ed kV ,u:h Unprotected menther,. '_. In all occUpancie,. he:n\ tinther,hall he allo%%cd c%hrrc a 1 -hour or less lire-re,ktance rating, i, rcyuired. 3- In Tope I and "F\pC 11 con,ttur6r.11.1irL'-1-etardant-0C:uCd %%ood ,hall he all,mcd in huilding, not Derr t%%o ,tors, including girders and uu„c, it, pill( of the root con,uuction. d. An approved automatic sprinkler system in ac:ord;Utce %%ith Section L)JI 1.1.1 ,hall he a1lo%ced to he suh,tirtued ti,r 1 -hour fire-resist:utCC-rned Con- struction. provided such .\,trill i, not othel_'Ai,e required he olhCr pnni,ion, of the code or used G,r an allo�i ahlr area increase in accordance %%ith Section i00.3 or all ali'mahic height increase ill acconlance \\ith Section iO4.2. The 1-110ur ,uh,titution for the lir, r,,,i,CUtce of exterior \,all, shall not he permitted. C. For interior nonhraring partition, in l\pc I\ :,,i;,uuction. al,o see Senior 601-116. I. Not le„ than the Iirc-resi,t;uice rrtio_ ha,cd „n Iire separation (Ik1an:e (,cc T;able (,11'.t TABLE 602 FIRE -RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR EXTERIOR WALLS BASED ON FIRE SEPARATION DISTANCEa FIRE TYPE I TYPE If PAd TYPE III TYPE IV TYPE V BUILDING ELEMENT A 8 GROUP F-1, B Ad B HT Ad B Structural fi•.Une' j All 3 2 I > i I -A 3 Including ColunmW, giRICI-S, uvsSC, ;'' ,h I O I n HT I 0 BearitiL %calls 1 1 < 30 11-13. V-13 1 0 0 Everiort '— 1 0 I , l 0 Interior ?I' I 0 1 H UHT I 0 Nonhearim! %%ally and partitions ESlCrlttr See Tahle 60? Intcriutt See Section 602 Flour Coll,UUCtiun InilUdifl l-' Supporting hCamS , I I p I Il HT I 0 and joi,ts i Roo ['Coll ioll I I1lCILIdiM_' Supporting beams ( 1 %_ I Ic 0C I 11 HT IC 0 and joists For SII loot = 304.5 nun. :t. The ,u'ticlurill Hallie ,hall hr Con,idCrcd t„ he till' :nlumn, and the girder,. heam,. Uu,ses and spandrck hacillo lir a :minertiun, to the column, and hracin , nt,2nthrr, tIC,i 'nCJ to Cara gran it.. I,ad" The member, of Il„or or roof Panel, %0lirh ha%c no connection t„ the column, ,hall be considered second:U % Members and not it p:u't of the ,tr.t:uiral frame. b. Rool support,: Fire-resimance ruing, of ,tm:Viral frame and hearing are permitted to he reduced h% I hour "herr supporting it tool only. C. L Esrept in Factor-Indu,Uial W -h. H.v.udotts tHt. Mercantile (\It MILI NI„deitlle Havarti Storage (S -I ) occupancies, lire protection of structuU'- al member, ,hall not hr reyuirrd. in:lUdim_ protection of roof framing and.leckin,_ sshrrc r,rn part of the toss("con,trurtiun is 20 feet or more ahme am Iloor inunCdituek bel,m. Fire-retard:utt-uCawd %%ood members shall he all(med to he u,ed kV ,u:h Unprotected menther,. '_. In all occUpancie,. he:n\ tinther,hall he allo%%cd c%hrrc a 1 -hour or less lire-re,ktance rating, i, rcyuired. 3- In Tope I and "F\pC 11 con,ttur6r.11.1irL'-1-etardant-0C:uCd %%ood ,hall he all,mcd in huilding, not Derr t%%o ,tors, including girders and uu„c, it, pill( of the root con,uuction. d. An approved automatic sprinkler system in ac:ord;Utce %%ith Section L)JI 1.1.1 ,hall he a1lo%ced to he suh,tirtued ti,r 1 -hour fire-resist:utCC-rned Con- struction. provided such .\,trill i, not othel_'Ai,e required he olhCr pnni,ion, of the code or used G,r an allo�i ahlr area increase in accordance %%ith Section i00.3 or all ali'mahic height increase ill acconlance \\ith Section iO4.2. The 1-110ur ,uh,titution for the lir, r,,,i,CUtce of exterior \,all, shall not he permitted. C. For interior nonhraring partition, in l\pc I\ :,,i;,uuction. al,o see Senior 601-116. I. Not le„ than the Iirc-resi,t;uice rrtio_ ha,cd „n Iire separation (Ik1an:e (,cc T;able (,11'.t TABLE 602 FIRE -RESISTANCE RATING REQUIREMENTS FOR EXTERIOR WALLS BASED ON FIRE SEPARATION DISTANCEa FIRE SEPARATION DISTANCE TYPE OF GROUP GROUP F-1, GROUP A,B,E, (feet) CONSTRUCTION H M. S-1 F-2, I, Rb, S-2, U ie All 3 2 I > i I -A 3 -' < 10 Other,, 2 I I >_ 10 I-A.l-B 2 1 1 < 30 11-13. V-13 1 0 0 Others I I I > 30 all U 0 0 for St: I foot = 30.1.8 tum. Load-bearing exterior %%aIF, shall also couy,k ttith the lire-resistanCC ratim_ rcyuircmCnts of Tahle 601. Q Group R-3 and Group U %%hell used :u ar cCe,,,,. to Group R-3, as applicable in Section 101? ,hall not he reLluirrd to ha%c a lire-re,klimcr maim, %%heti rare separation distance is 3 ICCI or marc. See Section 503.2 for party %calk. L BUILDING CODED 89 1503 — 1505.1 SECTION 1503 WEATHER PROTECTION 1503.1 General. Roof decks ,hall he covered \� ith approved roof coverin;-s Secured to the huildin�1 or snructure in accor- dance with the provisions of this chapter. Roof' coverings shall be designed, installed and maintained in accordance with this code and the appro\cd nruurlacnncr's installation instructions such that the roof co\ering shall serve to protect the building or SU•ucture. 1503.2 Flashing. Flashing, >h:rll be inStalled in such a man- ner as to prevent moisture entering the \� adl through the joints in the caping, through moisture -permeable material. at inter- sections with the roof, plane or at parapet wall penetrations. 1503.2.1 Locations. Flashing Shall he installed at \\ all and roof intersection',: at gutters wherever there is a challLe in roof slope or direction: annl around roof openings. Where flashing is of metal. the metal shall he Corrosion resistant with a thickness of not Ic>S than 0.019 inch (No. 26 Lal- vnnized sheet). 1503.3 Coping. Parapet vv tills shall he properly coped vv ith nonCombustible, weatherproof materials of, a width no less than the thickness of the parapet wall. (P) 1503.1 Roof drainage. Design and installation of room drainage systems shall comply with the 1wernutional Pltunhing Code. 1503.4.1 Gutters. Gutters :rid IC ICI'S placed on the out- side of buildings. other than Group R-3 as applicable in Section 101.2, private garages, and buildings of T\ pe V construction. shall he of noncombustible material or a minimum of Schedule 40 plastic pipe. 1503.5 Roof ventilation. Intake and CXhaust ventS Shall he provided in accordance \k ith Section 1202.2 and the nrnu- faetUl'Cr'S installation instrueti ms. SECTION 1504 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS 1504.1 Wind resistance of roofs. Roof decks and roof cov- erings shall be designed for wind loads in accordance with Chapter 16 and Sections 1504.22. 1504.3 and 1504.4. Exception: Asphalt shin«IeS shall be connected to the roof deck in accordance \� ith Section 1507.2. 1504.2 Wind resistance of clay and concrete tile. Clan and concrete Tile roof, coverin,,s shall he connected to the roof deck in accordance with Chapter 16. ROOF ASSEMBLIES AND ROOFTOP STRUCTURES 15043 Wind resistance of nonhallasted roofs. Roof cover- ings installed on roofs in accordance \% ill' Section 1507 that are mechanically attached or adhered to the roof deck shall he desk-ned to re is the design \k ind load pressureS for cladding in Chapter 16. 15043.1 Other roof' systems. Rool' systems with built- up, modified bitumen, fully adhered or mechanically attached Single -ply through fastened metal panel roof SyS- tems, and other npCS ol' membrane roof coverings shall also be tested in accordance with F\1 4450. FM 4470, UL S 8 0 or UL 1597. 150.13.2 Metal panel roof'systems. Metal panel roof sys- tems through fastened or Standin_ SCZtni Shall he tested in accordance \\ ith LJ_ 580 or ASTM E 1592. 1504.4 Ballasted I(m-slope cool' sistems. Ballasted low - Slope (roof, slope < ':I _') simglc-pl\ roof' s) stem coverings installed in accord,ncc with Section 1507 shall he designed in accordance \\ ith ANSI RMA/SPRI RP --t. 1504.5 Physical properties. Roofco\erinos installed on low slope roofs (roof Slope < 2:12) in accordance \\ ith Section 1507 Shall demonstrate physical integrity over the \corking life of the roof based upon 2.000 hourS ol'exposurC to accel- erated weatherin testS Conducted in accordance \%ith ASThI G23. ASTM G20 or AST\9 G53. Those roof Coverings that are subject to cyclical IIC\ttral respomC due to wind loads shall not demonstrate any siullilicarnt loss of tensile strength for unreinforced membranes or breaking strength for rcin- forced membrane, %\ hcn tested as herein required. 1504.6 Impact resistance. Roof coverings installed im low - slope roofs (mol, slope < 2:12) in accordance with Section 1507 shall resist impact damage haled on the results of tests conducted in accordance with ASTM D 3746. ASTM D 4272. CGS13 37 -GP -52\1 or FNl 4470. SECTION 1505 FIRE CLASSIFICATION 1505.1 General. Roof assemblies Shall he divided into the classes defined helo%�. Class A. B and C roof assemblies and roof COVerinLIS required to be listed b\ this section shall be tested in accordunce with AS"r\1 E I08 or U1. 790. In addi- tion, fire -retardant -treated wood roof coverings shall be test- ed in accordance \v ith .ASTM D 2598. The minimum roof coverings installed un buildings Shall comply with Table 15(15.1 based on the t\ pC of ConsuruCtion of* the building. 276 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE" ROOF ASSEMBLIES AND ROOFTOP STRUCTURES TABLE 1505.1a,b MINIMUM ROOF COVERING CLASSIFICATION FOR TYPES OF CONSTRUCTIO,fJ,, IA IB IIA IIB IIIA 1116 IV VA VB B B B Ce B Ce B� B I C - For SI: I knu t = 3114.){ num. I s(Ju:ue fiat = 0111)21) nr=. L'nless othernise required in accordance \kith the ( rbaur ltrl:/It lol C'11:Ir or due to the location of the huildimg 'A thus .t fire di,u-ld in accordance % ilh ,\ppendi\ L). h. Noncla—ifierl he permitter: on hui;d!ne, of Ciroup R- a, applicahle it!. Srctinn 101 .-, and C nccup.:n ie,. c,hc'e Cher. i, a iinuill fire-,eparalior, di,utnce of (, feet ntea,urAl I IWI the le.:.iin_ «hlc of trite rood. Buildin'" that are not more than neo ,nine, in hci_n,t and not nuuv (h.ut 0.000 ,quare Deet of projected r:.ai kherc [here i, a minimum IU -toot fire -Separation di,tance from the I, actin_ e•.Le of the roof to a lo( title on all Side, of the huildin;. e .rpt for ,twee: fnmt, or puhlic k%a\,.,hall he permitted to hare roof, of N, 1 cedar or r:d%mod shake, and No. I Oingle, c„n,tructcd in. accnrL:nce \r ith Section I 1505? Class A roof assemblies. Class .-\ rout a,semblie, are those that are effective again,t severe fire test e.XpoSure. Crus A roof assemblies and roof covering, shall he li,t�-d and identified as Class A b� an approved te,tin , Clan, A roof assemblies shall he permitted for use in bttildin , or Structures of all types of construction. Exception: Class A roof assemblies include those with cover- ings of brick, masons, slate, clay or concrete roof tile, exposed concrete rootdeck, ferrous or copper shingles or sheet,. iv 1505.3 Class B root assemblies. Class B roof a,semhlies are A those that are effective against moderate fire -test expoSure. Class B roof assemblies and roof co%erin«s shall be listed and identified as Class B he in approved testing a«en,:%. Exception: Class B roof assentblie, include thu,e with coverings of metal sheets and Shlm_Ies. 1505.4 Class C roof assemblies. Class C roof assemblie, are those that are effective against light fire -test exposure. Class C roof assemblies and roof coverings shall he listed and iden- tified as Class C by an approved testing a«enc%. 1505.5 Nonclassified rooting. Nonclassified rooting is approved material that is not listed as a Class A. Class B or Class C roof covering. 1505.6 Wood shingles and shakes. When testing wood shin- gles and shakes in accordance with ASTM E 105 and ASTM D 2895 (includin(, Method A and B of the rain test). the fire tests shall include the intermittent flame test. spread of flame test, burning brand test and flving brand test. Additionally, at the conclusion of the rain test, test panels shall be subjected to the intermittent flame test, burnin , brand test and tlyim, brand test. Shakes and shingles shall also be subjected to the weathering test as specified in UL 790. 2000 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE w TABLE 1505.1 — 1507.1 1505.6.1 Fire -retardant -treated shingles and shakes. Fire -retardant -treated wood sh,'\-es and shin*les shall be treated by impregnation �%ith :heniicals by the full -cell vacuum -pressure process. in a.,:ordance with AWPA Cl. Each bundle shall be marked to identify the manufactured unit and the manufacturer. ani ,hall also be labeled to identify the classification of t -.e material in accordance with the testing required in Se.t:on 1505.6 (Class B or C). the treating company and the c-Jitr control agency. 1505.7 Special purpose roofs. St id putpOse wood shingle or wood Shake roofing shall con::•rm with the grading and application requirements of Se.t:��n 1507.5 or 1507.9. In addition, an underktyment of 0.625 inch ( 15.9 mm) Type N water-resistant gypsum backing hoard or RypSum sheathing* shall be placed under minimum no;: incl 0.5 -inch -thick (12.7 mm) wood structural panel solid or I -inch ('25 mm) nominal spaced sheathing. SECTION 1506 MATERIALS 1506.1 Scope. The requirement. ,et forth in this section shall apply to the application of roof co,erin« materials specified herein. Roof coverings shall be applied in accordance with this chapter and the manufacturer', installation instructions. Installation of root coverings shall comply with the applica- ble provisions of Section 150-. 1506.2 Compatibility or materials. Roofs and roof coverings shall he of materials that are com.,,aihlc with each other and with the huilding or structure to «h;, h the materials are applied. 1506.3 Material specifications and ph%sical characteris- tics. Roof coverim , materials sh,t :onform to the applicable standards listed in this chapter. 1-: the absence of applicable standards or where materials are questionable suitability. testing* by an approved testing age :.s shall be required by the building. official to determine the �^aracter. quality and limi- tations of application of the mater 1>. 1506.4 Product identification. Roof covering materials shall he delivered in package, gyring the manufacturer's identifying marks and appro%e+ testing agency labels required in accordance with Secn.on 1505. Bulk shipments of materials shall be accompanied v-ith the same information issued in the form of a certificate or on a bill of lading by the manufacturer. SECTION 1507 REQUIREMENTS FOR ROOF COVERINGS 1507.1 Scope. Roof coverings sh-,'.'. be applied in accordance with the applicable provision, of t:pis section and the nano facturer's installation instruction,. 277 Appendix B FIRE -FLOW REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDINGS SECTION B101 B104.3 Type La and Type IB construction. The fire area of GENERAL buildings constructed of Tip. LA and Type IB construction 13101.1 Scope. The procedure for determining* fire-flo%o, re- shall he the area of the three 1 _est successive floors, quirements for huildings or portions ofhuildint-'s hcreafter con- Exception: Fire area for c� , parking garages shall he de- structed shall he in accordance with this appendix. This termined by the area of th. -_est floor. appendix does not apply to structures other than buildings. SECTION 8102 DEFINITIONS 13102.1 Definitions. For the purpose of this appendix, certain terms are defined as follows: FIRE AREA. The floor arca, in square feet, used to dctcrinine the required fire Ilow. FIRE F LOW. The flow rate of a water supple, measured at 20 pound; per square inch (psi) ( I35 kPa) residual pre.,surc, that is available for fire fighting. SECTION 8103 MODIFICATIONS SECTION B105 FIRE -FLOW REQUIREI`JENTS FOR BUILDINGS 13105.1 One- and two-famil. dwellings. The minimum fire flow requirements for one- an :. family dwellings ha% in« a lire area which does notexcee' ;.600 square feet (3.14 m') shall be 1,000 gallons per minute L/min). Fire flow and tlo%% duration for dwellings ha% ins, a fire area in excess of 3.600 square feet (344 m') shall not be Iess than that specified in Table B 105.1. Exception: A reduction in r:quired fire flow of 50 percent, as approved, is allowed %Qere the building is equipped throughout with an appro%ej automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Chapter 9 of the International Fire Code. B 105.2 Buildings other than one- and two-family dwellings. The minimum fire flow and f o%� duration for buildings other than one- and tWo-family d%%el;'-,,,s shall be as specified in Ta- blB 105 B103.1 Decreases. "1'he fire chief a is uthorizo R' ed to) the e .1. fire -flow requirements for isolated buildint's or a group of buildings in rural areas or small communities \%here the devel- opment of full lire -clow requirements is impractical. B103.2 Increases. The fire Chief is authorized to increase the fire -flow rcquircmcnts where conditions indicate an unusual susccptihilits to grouphresorconflagrations.Anincrease shall not be more than twice that required for the huildiu , under con- sideration. B103.3 Areas without water supply systenis. 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 I,Vildland Interftice Code. SECTION B104 FIRE AREA 6104.1 General. The lire area shall be the total Moor arca ofall floor levels «ithin 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 1310-1.2 and B 104.3. 8104.2 Area separation. Portions of huildin _s which are sepa- rated by fire walls without openings constructed in aCCo>rdance With the International Buildur� Code are allowed to he Consid ered as separate lire areas. Exception: A reduction in r, aired fire flowof'up to 75 per- cent as approved, is allo%%e� . hen the building is pro, iced with an approved autonwtic s Cin er system installed in ac- cordance with Section 90 :.1 or 903.3.1.2 of the hiter,rcr- tional Fire Code. The resu'.::,g Fire flow shall not he less than 1,500 gallons per min.::: , 5673 L/min.). INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODEC+ 357 APPENDIX B FIRE -FLOW REQUIREMENTS FOR BUILDINGS TABLE B105.1 MINIMUM REQUIRED FIRE FLOW AND FLOW DURATION FOR BUILDINGS FIRE AREA (square feet) FIRE FLOW (gallons per minute)b FLOW DURATION (hours) Type IA and IB' Type IIA and IIIA' Type IV a V-A Type IIB and 1116' Type V -B' 0-22.700 0-12.700 0-S.200 0-5.900 0-3,600 1.100 22.701-30.200 12.701-17.000 8.2I)I-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 '_.000 38.701-48.300 2 1,801-2 1,21)0 1'_.901- l 7.100 9.801- 12.600 6,201-7.700 2.250 48,301-59,000 17.01-2 1.300 12.601-15.400 7,701-9.100 1 500 __24,201-33,.200' 59,001-70.900 33.21)1-39,70) 21 ?01-25.500 15.401-18.400 9,401-11.300 2.750 70.901-33.700 39.701-;7,10+) 2S.Si 100 18.401-21.800 11.301-13.400 :.000 53,701-97.700 47.101-54900 � 30.101-3i 200* 21,5(11-25.900 13.401-15.600 � 250 97.701-112.700 54,901-63.400 35.20:--10.600 25.901-29.300 15,601-18.000 3.100 112.701-128,700 63,401-72.400 40.601-46.400 29,301-33.500 18.001-20.600 3.750 125,701-1.15,900 72,401-82.100 46,401-52.500 33,501-37900 20,601-23.300 14.000 145,901-164.200 82,101-92.460 52.101-59.100 37901-42.700 23.301-26.300 4'50 164.201-183.400 92,401-103.100 59.101-66.000 42.701-47.700 26,301-29.300 1.500 183,401-203.700 103,101-11-1.600 66.00;-73.300 47,701-53.000 29,301-32.600 -1.750 203,701-225.200 114,601-126,700 73.301-S 1.100 53,001-58.600 32,601-36.000 5.000 221.201-247.700 126.701-139.00 8 l .10 l -S9,200 58.601-65.400 36,001-39.600 5.250 247,701-271.200 139.101-152.600 S9.2U1-97.700 61,101-70.600 39,601-33.400 1.500 271,201-295.900 152,601-166.500 97,701- 106,500 70,601-77.000 43,401-47.400 5.750 295,901 -Greater 166,501 -Greater 106,50!-115.800 77,001-83.700 47,401-51.500 6.000 4 - - 115.S0!-125.500 83,701-90.600 51,501-55.700 6.2i0 - - 121.5()1-135.500 90.601-97.900 55,701-60.200 6.100 - - 135.501-14 i,800 97.901-106.800 60,201-6.3.800 6.750 - - 145,S01- I i6.700 106.801-113.200 64,801-69.600 7.000 - - 156.701-167.900 11-1,201-121,300 69,601-74.600 7.210 - - 167.91)!-179.00 121,301-129.600 74.601-79.S00 7.500 - - 179.01-191.400 129.601-138.300 79.801-85,100 7.750 - - 191.01 -Greater 138.301 -Greater 85,101 -Greater 5.000 For SI: I square foot = 0.0929 m', I gallon per minute = 3.785 L/m, t pound per square inch = 6.395 kPa. a. Tppes of construction are based on the ha rmuuur;r B:ridirt,� Code b. Measured at 20 psi. 358 2000 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CO t JA Appendix C FIRE HYDRANT LOCATIONS AND DISTRIBUTION SECTION C101 GENERAL C101.1 Scope. Fire hydrants shall be provided in accordance with this appendix for the protection of bui ldings, or portions of buildings, hereafter constructed. SECTION C102 LOCATION C102.1 Fire hydrant locations. Fire h%drants shall be pro- vided along required fire apparatus access roads and adjacent public streets. SECTION C103 NUMBER OF FIRE HYDRANTS C103.1 Fire hydrants available. The minimum number of fire hydrants available to a building shall not be less than that listed in Table C105.1. The number of fire hydrants available to a complex or subdivision shall not be less than that determined by spacing requirements listed in Table C 105.1 when applied to fire apparatus access roads and perimeter public streets from which fire operations could be conducted. SECTION C104 CONSIDERATION OF EXISTING FIRE HYDRANTS C104.1 Existing fire hydrants. Existing fire hydrants on pub- lic streets are allowed to be considered as available. Existing fire hydrants on adjacent properties shall not be considered available unless fire apparatus access roads extend between properties and easements are established to prevent obstruction of such roads. SECTION C105 DISTRIBUTION OF FIRE HYDRANTS C105.1 Hydrant spacing. The average spacing between fire hydrants shall not exceed that listed in Table C 105.1. Exception: The fire chief is authorized to accept a defi- ciency of up to 10 percent %% here existing fire hydrants pro- vide all or a portion of the required fire hydrant service. Regardless of the average spacing, fire hydrants shall be lo - cited such that all points on streets and access roads adjacent to a building are within the distances listed in Table C 105.1. TABLE C105.1 NUMBER AND DISTRIBUTION OF FIRE HYDRANTS FIRE -FLOW REQUIREMENT (gpm) MINIMUM NUMBER OF HYDRANTS AVERAGE SPACING BETWEEN HYDRANTS., b'` (feet) MAXIMUM DISTANCE FROM ANY POINT ON STREET OR ROAD j FRONTAGE TO A HYDRANTd 1.750 or less 1 500 250 2.000-2.250 '- 450 225 2.500 3 450 225 3.000 ! 3 400 225 3.500-4,000 1 4 350 210 4.500-5,000 5 300 180 5.500 i 6 300 180 6.000 6 250 150 6,500-7,000 7 250 150 7,500 or more 8 or more' 200 120 For SC I foot =304.8 mm, l gallon per minute =3 185 Um. a. Reduce by 100 feet for dead-end streets or roads. b. Where streets are provided with median dividers %0ich can be crossed by fire fighters pulling hose lines, or where arterial streets are provided with four or noir traffic 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- ternating basis up to a fire -Flow require ruent of 7.0'.0 gallons per minute and 400 feet for higher fire -flow requirements. c. Where new water mains are extended along streets ,.%here hydrants are not needed for protection of structures or similar fire problems, fire hydrants shall be pro- vided at spacing not to exceed 1.000 feet to provide for transportation hazards. d. Reduce by 50 feet for dead-end streets or roads. e. One hydrant for each 1,000 gallons per minute or traction thereof. 2000 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE® 359