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Staff Review may. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&rM University` Ems- MEMORANDUM DATE: May 11, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; daviddwsdevelopment.com FROM: Jason Schubert, AICP, Principal Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: City of College Station Transmittal Letter; Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); One (1) complete sets of site civil construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; One (1) 24"x36" revised site plan; and Engineering-related documents as described in the comments. Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jason Schubert at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments 2 PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza(a�cectexas.com Chuck Ellison, via chuck(a�ellisonlaw.com P&DS Project No. SP2014-900305/14-00900305 Planning&Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1.101 TFXAS AVENUE E •C01.LEGE S IAI'1ON •TEXAS •77842 rcr q') 76.4 X570 .FAX 9.9.764.3496 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING 1. Identify the retaining wall that wraps the northeast side of Building A, including material type. The retaining wall at the rear of the property is identified with Note 182 as a landscape block wall. There is a detail on Sheet C7.2 that shows a concrete wall, which over 6 inches of untreated concrete is not permitted unless screened. Please reconcile and label the wall. 2. The parking added with Phase 3 has changed. Update the total and ADA space counts in the Parking Analysis on Sheet C1.4. Also, the total parking provided from each phase equals 943 but it is not clear if the ADA spaces are included in those totals. Please reconcile. 3. There has been discussion but revised building elevations need to be submitted for review. 4. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Reviewed by: Jason Schubert Date: May 11, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 2 1. FYI... The written agreement regarding the retaining wall in the PUE is required before a Development Permit can be issued. 2. Additional easement by separate instrument for the sewer lines is required before the Development Permit can be issued or a temporary blanket easement can be applied for, but the easement dedication needs to be filed prior acquiring the Letter of Completion. 3. Please clearly label proposed and existing easement on the sewer sheets. 4. Due to the sewer depth for sewer section Station 0 00 to the manhole (Station 5 25), please provide a 25' total easement centered over the Sewer's center line. 5. Provide a sealed, signed, dated letter stating that B/CS guidelines have been met. List any items that can't meet the B/CS guidelines, and provide reasoning for why they can't be met and how the proposed design is a sufficient alternative. 6. The Fire Hydrant (Key Note 17) is still less than 50' away from the building. Relocate the Fire Hydrant, or provide reasoning in the letter explaining why this guideline can't be met. 7. It appears there is no FDC for Building A. Is it key note 7? I can't locate it on the plans. 8. FYI...On future site plans/construction documents please separate the key notes for different pages so that water plans are only showing key notes related to water, sewer key notes on sewer plans, etc. The current plans are really hard to review. 9. FYI the fire department only takes 50% fire flow credit for buildings with sprinkler systems. 10. The manhole spacing is currently exceeding the allowable 500' spacing. 11. Please provide an explanation in the letter stating why the B/CS' guidelines for sewer slopes can't be met. 12. The sanitary sewer profiles are showing the proposed grade being 2' to 3' different from the existing grade. Are the parking elevation changing with the sewer construction? 13. Provide capacity calculation for the proposed 8" sewer line using the proposed grade. 14. On SWP3 sheet, relocate the silt fence at the rear of Building A beyond the sewer and proposed masonry wall location to prevent silt going to the neighboring property. It is currently shown on the proposed parking lot location. 15. Please relocate the service line (31 a) to the end of the dead end line next to the FDC and Fire hydrant to prevent a dead end line. TCEQ has a lot of requirements for dead end lines that does not circulate the water. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: April 21, 2015 Aril% CITY OF COI.T.FGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' MEMORANDUM DATE: February 13, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; david@dwsdevelopement.com FROM: Jason Schubert, AICP, Principal Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: X City of College Station Transmittal Letter; X Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); X Two (2) complete sets of site civil construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; X One (1) 24"x36" revised site plan; X One (1) 24"x36" landscaping plan; and X Engineering-related documents as described in the comments. Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jason Schubert at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza@cectexas.com Chuck Ellison, via chuck@ellisonlaw.com P&DS Project No. 14-00900305 Planning er Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.3570 •FAX. 979.764.3496 cstx.gov/devservices STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING Please note that the comments provided in this document replace those provided by the City on January 12, 2015. In reviewing the correspondence from Bob Cowell in May 2011, the layout of the previously approved and now expired site plan will be honored as the term `vested' appears to have been understood to be 'as approved.' This, however, is not the correct application of the term. Changes to the design must be reviewed and approved under current ordinance and practice along with adherence to current building, fire, and engineering codes. 1. According to the building elevations that were provided, Building B has been divided into Buildings B and F. Revise the building footprints on the site plan to reflect the new footprints. Also, label the amount of square feet for each building and revise the parking calculations as necessary. Building Footprints Revised —total SF revised, parking analysis revised 2. Provide a note on the site plan that it is for Phase 3 only. Notation Added on Site Plan Sheets C1.1-C1.4 3. Add a Site Specific Note on Sheet C1.4 that states "Exterior building and site lighting will meet the standards of Section 12-7.11 of the Unified Development Ordinance. The light source shall not project below an opaque housing and no fixture shall directly project light horizontally. Fixtures will be mounted in such a manner that the projected cone of light does not cross any property line." Note Added — see note #19 4. Please note the comments regarding the architectural review remain as previously provided. Acknowledged 5. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Acknowledged Reviewed by: Jason Schubert Date: February 13, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 1 1. Please provide the Building types & Fire flow demands for the buildings on the site plan. Noted on site plan sheets 21 Please use updated FEMA firm Panel # when determining if the property is in floodplain. Revised Note #8 — No portion of the tract is within any floodplain ,3. Relocate trash enclosures or manhole by Building B. The manhole is currently on top of the trash enclosure. SSMH & enclosure adjusted 4. Provide FDC connections for the buildings and ensure that they are at most 100 feet away from a fire hydrant. Added to plan b. The minimum slope for 8-inch sewer lines is 0.55%. Please address any proposed sewer lines that have a grade of less than 0.55%. Alternate design slope of 0.4% previously approved. Minimum code requirement: TCEQ slope = 0.33%. 6. Use different line types for public lines and service lines. Service lines differentiated with key notes 7. Please make sure that service lines are outside of PUE's. They may cross the PUE but they can't be parallel/along the inside the PUE. Generally this is the case, lines that my conflict, were previously approved and have been installed. 8. For water connections use a manifold set up prior the meters instead having individual connections, and provide details/blow up of the manifold. Manifold used for new connections. Building A service taps previously installed with conduit crossing drive for service The Fire hydrant (Key note 17) has to be at least 50 feet away from the building. Relocate the Fire hydrant and make sure that it meets all other B/CS guidelines and Fire code requirements. Fire Hydrant to remain 1.6. Use a drop connection for sanitary manhole (Key note 43). This is existing constructed in phase 2 1,KThe previous submitted sewer report did not take into account a sewer line at the rear of Building B. Please provide an updated sewer report. Sewer amendment included in submittal 1,2JThe electric feed to Building "A" does not correspond with the electric drawings that were submitted to the Building department. Services revised per final building plans O. Provide the Sewer & Water profile for the proposed lines with this submittal. Also the proposed sewer line at the rear of Building B does not show where it's tying into. The only line to be constructed is the sewer line behind Building B, plan/profile included in submittal 1.4. Update erosion control measures being applied for this phase. 62 Provide a written agreement regarding the masonry wall in the PUE behind Building A. acknowledged-to be submitted separately 1,6. Please note a building permit is required for retaining walls that are taller than 2 feet in height. Acknowledged —to be submitted separately 1/. Please provide updated sealed Engineering Cost estimate. Cost estimate for sewer line included with this submittal A. Provide Bryan-College Station Standard details. Included with this submittal Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: February 4, 2015 ELECTRICAL COMMENTS REQUIRING IMMEDIATE ATTENTION 1. SITE PLAN/PLAT: Developer will provide CSU with a digital, AutoCAD dwg format, version of plat and / or site plan as soon as it is available. Email to: sweido@cstx.gov 2. LOAD DATA: The developer will provide load data to CSU as soon as it is available. This information is critical for CSU to accurately determine the size and number of transformers, and other equipment, required to provide service to the project. Failure to provide load data will result in construction delays and, due to clearance requirements, could affect the final building footprint. Delivery time for transformers and other equipment not in stock is approximate 26 weeks. Acknowledged 3. EASEMENTS: All easements on site are existing. Electric facilities will be designed within existing easements. Acknowledged 4. If easements are existing, the developer will be responsible for locating easements on site to insure that electrical infrastructure is installed within easement boundaries. Acknowledged GENERAL ELECTRICAL COMMENTS Acknowledged 1. Developer installs conduit per CSU specs and design. 2. CSU will provide drawings for electrical installation. 3. Developer will intercept existing conduit at designated transformers or other existing devices and extend as required. 4. If conduit does not exist at designated transformer or other existing devices, developer will furnish and install conduit as shown on CSU electrical layout. 5. Developer pours electric device pads or footings, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or other device, per CSU specs and design. 6. Final site plan must show all proposed electrical facilities necessary to provide electrical service, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or switchgears, all meter locations, and conduit routing as designed by CSU. _ 7. To discuss any of the above electrical comments please contact Sam Weido at 979.764.6314. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: January 9, 2015 FIRE 1. This building will require Fire Sprinklers and Alarms. Acknowledged 2. Knox Box and Knox Caps required. Acknowledged — refer to building plans 3. It appears we have access on all sides but if building is over 30' one of the Fire Lanes will have to be 26' wide and start no more than 30' from the building. Front fire lane is 30' min. Reviewed by: Steve Smith Date: December 28, 2014 Additional Changes: Building A: Electric service location revised per final building design Sanitary sewer service per final building design Gas service location revised per final building design Parking space shifting based on final building design (total parking count unchanged) Building B: Electric service location revised per final building design Sanitary sewer service per final building design Gas service location revised per final building design Parking space shifting based on final building design (total parking count unchanged) Building F: Electric service location revised per final building design Sanitary sewer service per final building design Gas service location revised per final building design Parking space shifting based on final building design (total parking count unchanged) 0 � . CITY OF COIJEGE STATION Home of Texas Ath-Al University` e9:.> MEMORANDUM DATE: February 13, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; davidAdwsdevelopement.com FROM: Jason Schubert, AICP, Principal Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: City of College Station Transmittal Letter; Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); Two (2) complete sets of site civil construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; One (1) 24"x36" revised site plan; One (1) 24"x36" landscaping plan; and Engineering-related documents as described in the comments. Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jason Schubert at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza(u�cectexas.com Chuck Ellison, via chuck@ellisonlaw.com P&DS Project No. 14-00900305 Planning 6'Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TF1..979.764.3570•FAX. 979.764.3496 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING Please note that the comments provided in this document replace those provided by the City on January 12, 2015. In reviewing the correspondence from Bob Cowell in May 2011, the layout of the previously approved and now expired site plan will be honored as the term `vested' appears to have been understood to be `as approved.' This, however, is not the correct application of the term. Changes to the design must be reviewed and approved under current ordinance and practice along with adherence to current building, fire, and engineering codes. 1. According to the building elevations that were provided, Building B has been divided into Buildings B and F. Revise the building footprints on the site plan to reflect the new footprints. Also, label the amount of square feet for each building and revise the parking calculations as necessary. 2. Provide a note on the site plan that it is for Phase 3 only. 3. Add a Site Specific Note on Sheet C1.4 that states "Exterior building and site lighting will meet the standards of Section 12-7.11 of the Unified Development Ordinance. The light source shall not project below an opaque housing and no fixture shall directly project light horizontally. Fixtures will be mounted in such a manner that the projected cone of light does not cross any property line." 4. Please note the comments regarding the architectural review remain as previously provided. 5. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Reviewed by: Jason Schubert Date: February 13, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 1 1. Please provide the Building types & Fire flow demands for the buildings on the site plan. 2. Please use updated FEMA firm Panel #when determining if the property is in floodplain. 3. Relocate trash enclosures or manhole by Building B. The manhole is currently on top of the trash enclosure. 4. Provide FDC connections for the buildings and ensure that they are at most 100 feet away from a fire hydrant. 5. The minimum slope for 8-inch sewer lines is 0.55%. Please address any proposed sewer lines that have a grade of less than 0.55%. 6. Use different line types for public lines and service lines. 7. Please make sure that service lines are outside of PUE's. They may cross the PUE but they can't be parallel/along the inside the PUE. 8. For water connections use a manifold set up prior the meters instead having individual connections, and provide details/blow up of the manifold. 9. The Fire hydrant (Key note 17) has to be at least 50 feet away from the building. Relocate the Fire hydrant and make sure that it meets all other B/CS guidelines and Fire code requirements. 10. Use a drop connection for sanitary manhole (Key note 43). 11. The previous submitted sewer report did not take into account a sewer line at the rear of Building B. Please provide an updated sewer report. 12. The electric feed to Building "A" does not correspond with the electric drawings that were submitted to the Building department. Arth 13. Provide the Sewer & Water profile for the proposed lines with this submittal. Also the proposed sewer line at the rear of Building B does not show where it's tying into. 14. Update erosion control measures being applied for this phase. 15. Provide a written agreement regarding the masonry wall in the PUE behind Building A. 16. Please note a building permit is required for retaining walls that are taller than 2 feet in height. 17. Please provide updated sealed Engineering Cost estimate. 18. Provide Bryan-College Station Standard details. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: February 4, 2015 ELECTRICAL COMMENTS REQUIRING IMMEDIATE ATTENTION 1. SITE PLAN/PLAT: Developer will provide CSU with a digital, AutoCAD dwg format, version of plat and / or site plan as soon as it is available. Email to: sweidocstx.gov 2. LOAD DATA: The developer will provide load data to CSU as soon as it is available. This information is critical for CSU to accurately determine the size and number of transformers, and other equipment, required to provide service to the project. Failure to provide load data will result in construction delays and, due to clearance requirements, could affect the final building footprint. Delivery time for transformers and other equipment not in stock is approximate 26 weeks. 3. EASEMENTS: All easements on site are existing. Electric facilities will be designed within existing easements. 4. If easements are existing, the developer will be responsible for locating easements on site to insure that electrical infrastructure is installed within easement boundaries. GENERAL ELECTRICAL COMMENTS 1. Developer installs conduit per CSU specs and design. 2. CSU will provide drawings for electrical installation. 3. Developer will intercept existing conduit at designated transformers or other existing devices and extend as required. 4. If conduit does not exist at designated transformer or other existing devices, developer will furnish and install conduit as shown on CSU electrical layout. 5. Developer pours electric device pads or footings, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or other device, per CSU specs and design. 6. Final site plan must show all proposed electrical facilities necessary to provide electrical service, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or switchgears, all meter locations, and conduit routing as designed by CSU. 7. To discuss any of the above electrical comments please contact Sam Weido at 979.764.6314. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: January 9, 2015 FIRE 1. This building will require Fire Sprinklers and Alarms. 2. Knox Box and Knox Caps required. 3. It appears we have access on all sides but if building is over 30' one of the Fire Lanes will have to be 26' wide and start no more than 30' from the building. Reviewed by: Steve Smith Date: December 28, 2014 0 0 (ir-111444 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University° MEMORANDUM DATE: January 12, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; davidcdwsdevelopement.com L/ FROM: Jerry CuarOn, Staff Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: City of College Station Transmittal Letter; Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); Two (2) 24"x36" revised site plans; One (1) 24"x36" landscaping plan; One (1) 24"x36" grading and erosion control plan; Easement Dedication Sheet and required documents (please note that the Site Plan will not be stamped approved until the Blanket Easement, or all other appropriate easements, have been dedicated to the City of College Station). Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jerry Cuaron at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza(cDcectexas.com I P&DS Project No. 14-00900305 Planning er'Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE E STATION •TEXAS •77542 0 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING 1. Please change the color or type for existing and proposed key notes. It's currently hard to review the plans. 2. Please gray out all existing items so that we can determine what is being proposed with this submittal. The current submittal is hard to review. 3. C1.3 is not to be included in stamping sets. It is not needed for Phase 3 plans. 4. Retaining wall in a PUE behind building A. 5. Please label existing easements with volume and page number. 6. Please+3 identify the squares with a darker circle around in front of Building A. 7. Please provide bike racks for each building and located so no tenant entrance is more than 150 feet from bike rack. 8. Please remove the parking space at the end of the 8 space row behind Building B as it is located in the required buffer area. 9. Remove the labels referring to the placements of wheel stops along the phase line. 10. Building elevations show Building B separated into Building B and Building F. Please revise the site plan to show the updated building footprints. 11. Provide a general note on the site plan that all roof and ground-mounted mechanical equipment shall be screened from view or isolated so as not to be visible from any public right-of-way or residential district within 150' of the subject lot, measured from a point five feet above grade. Such screening shall be coordinated with the building architecture and scale to maintain a unified appearance. 12. Please add Site Specific note "Exterior building and site lighting will meet the standards of Section 7.11 of the Unified Development Ordinance. The light source shall not project below an opaque housing and no fixture shall directly project light horizontally. Fixtures will be mounted in such a manner that the projected cone of light does not cross any property line." 13. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Reviewed by: Jerry Cuaron Date: January 9, 2015 LAN DSCAPING/STREETSCAPI NG/BUFFER 1. Landscaping located in Phase III A is in the PUE, please relocate. 2. Buffer for Phase 3B is not depicted as 30 feet in width. Reviewed by: Jerry CuarOn Date: January 9, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 1 1. Please provide the Building types & Fire flow demands for the buildings on the site plan. 2. Please use updated FEMA firm Panel #when determining if the property is in floodplain. 3. Relocate Trash enclosures or manhole by Building B. The manhole is currently on top of the trash enclosure. If possible relocate trash enclosure in such a way that they are not on top of the sewer line. The sewer line is currently outside the PUE. Please relocate the sewer line, or provide additional PUE by separate instrument or Replat. In General the Sewer line is required to be at least 5.5 feet away from the PUE boundary, depending on the provided sewer profile additional PUE may be required. 4. Provide FDC connections for the buildings and ensure that they are at most 150 feet away from a fire hydrant. 5. The minimum slope for 8 inch sewer lines is 0.55%. Please address the proposed sewer lines that have a grade of less than 0.55%. 6. Use different line types for public lines and service lines. 7. Please make sure that service lines are outside of PUE's. 8. For water connections use a manifold set up prior the meters instead having individual connections, and provide details/blow up of the manifold. 9. The minimum water line size for commercial zoned area is 8". 10. The Fire hydrant (Key note 17) has to be at least 50 feet away from the building. Relocate the Fire hydrant and make sure that it meets all other B/CS guidelines and Fire code requirements. 11. Use a drop connection for sanitary manhole (Key note 43). 12. The previous submitted sewer report did not take into account a sewer line behind at the rear of building B. Please provide an updated sewer report. 13. The electric feed to building "A" does not correspond with the electric drawings that were submitted to building department. 14. Provide the Sewer & Water profile for the proposed lines with this submittal. 15. Update erosion control measures being applied for this phase. 16. Relocate retaining wall out of PUE. There is a concern that it could affect safety of our Crews that may have to work on the sewer line in close proximity. 17. A building permit is going to be required for retaining walls that are taller than 2 feet in height. 18. Please provide updated sealed Engineering Cost estimate. 19. Public Utility is still analyzing if there is sufficient capacity downstream for the proposed sewer demand with this development. 20. Provide Bryan-College Station Standard detail and remove: Silt Fence, Construction Entrance/Exit, and Hay Bale Detail. 21. Move the canopy trees away from the existing sewer line. The appropriate distance should take into account the tree roots and the trenching requirement if the sewer line were to require maintenance. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: January 9, 2015 ELECTRICAL COMMENTS REQUIRING IMMEDIATE ATTENTION 1. SITE PLAN/PLAT: Developer will provide CSU with a digital, AutoCAD dwg format, version of plat and / or site plan as soon as it is available. Email to: sweidocstx.gov 2. LOAD DATA: The developer will provide load data to CSU as soon as it is available. This information is critical for CSU to accurately determine the size and number of transformers, and other equipment, required to provide service to the project. Failure to provide load data will result in construction delays and, due to clearance requirements, could affect the final building footprint. Delivery time for transformers and other equipment not in stock is approximate 26 weeks. 3. EASEMENTS: All easements on site are existing. Electric facilities will be designed within existing easements. 4. If easements are existing, the developer will be responsible for locating easements on site to insure that electrical infrastructure is installed within easement boundaries. GENERAL ELECTRICAL COMMENTS 1. Developer installs conduit per CSU specs and design. 2. CSU will provide drawings for electrical installation. 3. Developer will intercept existing conduit at designated transformers or other existing devices and extend as required. 4. If conduit does not exist at designated transformer or other existing devices, developer will furnish and install conduit as shown on CSU electrical layout. 5. Developer pours electric device pads or footings, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or other device, per CSU specs and design. 6. Final site plan must show all proposed electrical facilities necessary to provide electrical service, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or switchgears, all meter locations, and conduit routing as designed by CSU. 7. To discuss any of the above electrical comments please contact Sam Weido at 979.764.6314. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: January 9, 2015 FIRE 1. This building will require Fire Sprinklers and Alarms 2. Knox Box and Knox Caps required 3. It appears we have access on all sides but if building is over 30' one of the Fire Lanes will have to be 26' wide and start no more than 30' from the building Reviewed by: Steve Smith Date: December 28, 2014 SANITATION 1. Need to rotate both dumpster pads 10 degrees counterclockwise at building B for better approach. Reviewed by: Wally Urrutia Date: December 31, 2014 fr .+ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' MEMORANDUM DATE: December 22, 2014 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; david@dwsdevelopement.com FROM: Jerry Cuaron, Staff Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Thank you for the submittal of your Site Plan - Commercial application. Jason Schubert, Principal Planner, Kevin Ferrer, Graduate Engineer I, and I have been assigned to review this project. It is anticipated that the review will be completed and any staff comments returned to you on or before Friday, January 9, 2015. If you have questions in the meantime, please feel free to contact us. PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza@cectexas.com P&DS Project No. 14-00900305 Planning&Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TFT Q?Q 1(,A X5711 .PAY Q79 7A.4 X44(, 4,1111111°P11114 CITY OF COII.FGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University MEMORANDUM DATE: May 11, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; david@dwsdevelopement.com FROM: Jason Schubert, AICP, Principal Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: )( City of College Station Transmittal Letter; )( Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); K One (1) complete sets of site civil construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; Y One (1) 24"x36" revised site plan; and f Engineering-related documents as described in the comments. Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jason Schubert at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments 2 PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza@cectexas.com Chuck Ellison, via chuck@ellisonlaw.com P&DS Project No. SP2014-900305/14-00900305 Planning etr Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.3570 •FAX. 979.764.3496 cstx.gov/devservices STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING 1. Identify the retaining wall that wraps the northeast side of Building A, including material type. The retaining wall at the rear of the property is identified with Note 182 as a landscape block wall. There is a detail on Sheet C7.2 that shows a concrete wall, which over 6 inches of untreated concrete is not permitted unless screened. Please reconcile and label the wall. CHECKED Added Key Note 182b identifying wall that wraps around the end of Building A. Clarified Note 182 indicating wall is concrete. Both notes contain wording that surface treatment of walls to replicate brick or stone. Added same note with graphic to sample detail on Sheet C7.2. 2. The parking added with Phase 3 has changed. Update the total and ADA space counts in the Parking Analysis on Sheet C1.4. Also, the total parking provided from each phase equals 943 but it is not clear if the ADA spaces are included in those totals. Please reconcile. CHECKED Parking analysis revised for clarity. 943 does include the ADA spaces. 3. There has been discussion but revised building elevations need to be submitted for review. CHECKED Submitted under separate cover. 4. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Reviewed by: Jason Schubert Date: May 11, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 2 FYI... The written agreement regarding the retaining wall in the PUE is required before a Development Permit can be issued. CHECKED Provided with this submittal. Additional easement by separate instrument for the sewer lines is required before the Development Permit can be issued or a temporary blanket easement can be applied for, but the easement dedication needs to be filed prior acquiring the Letter of Completion. CHECKED Easement Application provided with this submittal Please clearly label proposed and existing easement on the sewer sheets. CHECKED Labeled. Due to the sewer depth for sewer section Station 0 00 to the manhole (Station 5 25), please provide a 25' total easement centered over the Sewer's center line. CHECKED Provided (total width of existing & proposed easements 30'-35') ,5- Provide a sealed, signed, dated letter stating that B/CS guidelines have been met. List any items that can't meet the B/CS guidelines, and provide reasoning for why they can't be met and how the proposed design is a sufficient alternative. CHECKED Provided with this submittal I. The Fire Hydrant (Key Note 17) is still less than 50' away from the building. Relocate the Fire Hydrant, or provide reasoning in the letter explaining why this guideline can't be met. CHECKED Comment omitted per conversation with Kevin Ferrer (COCS) & Kent Laza (CEC) It appears there is no FDC for Building A. Is it key note 7? I can't locate it on the plans. CHECKED Added fire line & FDC for Building A— Key Notes 25d & 25e (key note 7 refers to the existing building in Phase 1 construction —Grub Burger/Pei Wei). Also added to Key Note 25d to provide isolation valve at public line connection. / FYI...On future site plans/construction documents please separate the key notes for different pages so that water plans are only showing key notes related to water, sewer key notes on sewer plans, etc. The current plans are really hard to review. ,"FYI the fire department only takes 50% fire flow credit for buildings with sprinkler systems. y0:The manhole spacing is currently exceeding the allowable 500' spacing. CHECKED Revised — SSMH Added Please provide an explanation in the letter stating why the B/CS' guidelines for sewer slopes can't be met. CHECKED Refer to accompanying memo. 1,2:The sanitary sewer profiles are showing the proposed grade being 2' to 3' different from the existing grade. Are the parking elevation changing with the sewer construction? CHECKED The "existing grade" previously shown was prior to construction of the parking and paved areas. This line has been removed and the design surface labeled as "existing" ,?',Provide capacity calculation for the proposed 8" sewer line using the proposed grade. CHECKED Table indicating line capacity and proposed demands added to plan sheets 50n SWP3 sheet, relocate the silt fence at the rear of Building A beyond the sewer and proposed masonry wall location to prevent silt going to the neighboring property. It is currently shown on the proposed parking lot location. CHECKED Silt fence location relocated. )13. Please relocate the service line (31a) to the end of the dead end line next to the FDC and Fire hydrant to prevent a dead end line. TCEQ has a lot of requirements for dead end lines that does not circulate the water. CHECKED Existing condition — Comment omitted per conversation with Kevin Ferrer (COCS) & Fred Paine (CEC) Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: April 21, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 1 1. Please provide the Building types & Fire flow demands for the buildings on the site plan. 2. Please use updated FEMA firm Panel #when determining if the property is in floodplain. - 3. Relocate Trash enclosures or manhole by Building B. The manhole is currently on top of the trash enclosure. If possible relocate trash enclosure in such a way that they are not on top of the sewer line. The sewer line is currently outside the PUE. Please relocate the sewer line, or provide additional PUE by separate instrument or Replat. In General the Sewer line is required to be at least 5.5 feet away from the PUE boundary, depending on the provided sewer profile additional PUE may be required. . 4. Provide FDC connections for the buildings and ensure that they are at most 150 feet away from a fire hydrant. 5. The minimum slope for 8 inch sewer lines is 0.55%. Please address the proposed sewer lines that have a grade of less than 0.55%. 6. Use different line types for public lines and service lines. 7. Please make sure that service lines are outside of PUE's. 8. For water connections use a manifold set up prior the meters instead having individual connections, and provide details/blow up of the manifold. 7 The minimum water line size for commercial zoned area is 8". 10. The Fire hydrant (Key note 17) has to be at least 50 feet away from the building. Relocate the Fire hydrant and make sure that it meets all other B/CS guidelines and Fire code requirements. 11. Use a drop connection for sanitary manhole (Key note 43). 12. The previous submitted sewer report did not take into account a sewer line behind at the rear of building B. Please provide an updated sewer report. 13. The electric feed to building "A" does not correspond with the electric drawings that were submitted to building department. 14. Provide the Sewer & Water profile for the proposed lines with this submittal. v1 Update erosion control measures being applied for this phase. 5 5M A < 16' Relocate retaining wall out of PUE. There is a concern that it could affect safety of our Crews that may have to work on the sewer line in close proximity. TovitYL v 17. A building permit is going to be required for retaining walls that are taller than 2 feet in pp'ter height. v 18. Please provide updated sealed Engineering Cost estimate. fZa�l lJtaii y is�7tiJl �2fl�z' r- e iuffitierit\crap€S y/ t er�arri'\foNielpfl?g6sed -? 20. Provide Bryan-College Station Standard detail and remove: Silt Fence, Construction Entrance/Exit, and Hay Bale Detail. Landscape Comment 21. Move the canopy trees away from the existing sewer line. The appropriate distance l N‘ should take into account the tree roots and the trenching requirement if the sewer line were to require maintenance. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: January 9, 2015 j - Orifil*44.4 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' MEMORANDUM DATE: May 11, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; daviddwsdevelopment.com FROM: Jason Schubert, AICP, Principal Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: City of College Station Transmittal Letter; Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); One (1) complete sets of site civil construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; One (1) 24"x36" revised site plan; and Engineering-related documents as described in the comments. Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jason Schubert at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments 2 PC: Kent Laza, via; klazacectexas.com Chuck Ellison, via chuck(c�ellisonlaw.com P&DS Project No. SP2014-900305/14-00900305 Planning d-Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.3570 •FAX. 979.764.3496 cs t st.Qnv Ici pvc a rvi ra c STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING 1. Identify the retaining wall that wraps the northeast side of Building A, including material type. The retaining wall at the rear of the property is identified with Note 182 as a landscape block wall. There is a detail on Sheet C7.2 that shows a concrete wall, which over 6 inches of untreated concrete is not permitted unless screened. Please reconcile and label the wall. 2. The parking added with Phase 3 has changed. Update the total and ADA space counts in the Parking Analysis on Sheet C1.4. Also, the total parking provided from each phase equals 943 but it is not clear if the ADA spaces are included in those totals. Please reconcile. 3. There has been discussion but revised building elevations need to be submitted for review. 4. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Reviewed by: Jason Schubert Date: May 11, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 2 1. FYI... The written agreement regarding the retaining wall in the PUE is required before a Development Permit can be issued. 2. Additional easement by separate instrument for the sewer lines is required before the Development Permit can be issued or a temporary blanket easement can be applied for, but the easement dedication needs to be filed prior acquiring the Letter of Completion. 3. Please clearly label proposed and existing easement on the sewer sheets. 4. Due to the sewer depth for sewer section Station 0 00 to the manhole (Station 5 25), please provide a 25' total easement centered over the Sewer's center line. 5. Provide a sealed, signed, dated letter stating that B/CS guidelines have been met. List any items that can't meet the B/CS guidelines, and provide reasoning for why they can't be met and how the proposed design is a sufficient alternative. 6. The Fire Hydrant (Key Note 17) is still less than 50' away from the building. Relocate the Fire Hydrant, or provide reasoning in the letter explaining why this guideline can't be met. 7. It appears there is no FDC for Building A. Is it key note 7? I can't locate it on the plans. 8. FYI...On future site plans/construction documents please separate the key notes for different pages so that water plans are only showing key notes related to water, sewer key notes on sewer plans, etc. The current plans are really hard to review. 9. FYI the fire department only takes 50% fire flow credit for buildings with sprinkler systems. 10. The manhole spacing is currently exceeding the allowable 500' spacing. 11. Please provide an explanation in the letter stating why the B/CS' guidelines for sewer slopes can't be met. 12. The sanitary sewer profiles are showing the proposed grade being 2' to 3' different from the existing grade. Are the parking elevation changing with the sewer construction? 13. Provide capacity calculation for the proposed 8" sewer line using the proposed grade. 14. On SWP3 sheet, relocate the silt fence at the rear of Building A beyond the sewer and proposed masonry wall location to prevent silt going to the neighboring property. It is currently shown on the proposed parking lot location. 15. Please relocate the service line (31a) to the end of the dead end line next to the FDC and Fire hydrant to prevent a dead end line. TCEQ has a lot of requirements for dead end lines that does not circulate the water. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: April 21, 2015 irgaill7111111 CITY OF COI.i.FGE STATION Home of Texas A6111 University' MEMORANDUM DATE: February 13, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; david@dwsdevelopement.com FROM: Jason Schubert, AICP, Principal Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: X City of College Station Transmittal Letter; X Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); X Two (2) complete sets of site civil construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; X One (1) 24"x36" revised site plan; X One (1) 24"x36" landscaping plan; and X Engineering-related documents as described in the comments. Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jason Schubert at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza@cectexas.com Chuck Ellison, via chuck@ellisonlaw.com P&DS Project No. 14-00900305 Planning dr Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.3570•FAX. 979.764.3496 cstx.gov/devservices STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING Please note that the comments provided in this document replace those provided by the City on January 12, 2015. In reviewing the correspondence from Bob Cowell in May 2011, the layout of the previously approved and now expired site plan will be honored as the term `vested' appears to have been understood to be 'as approved.' This, however, is not the correct application of the term. Changes to the design must be reviewed and approved under current ordinance and practice along with adherence to current building, fire, and engineering codes. 1. According to the building elevations that were provided, Building B has been divided into Buildings B and F. Revise the building footprints on the site plan to reflect the new footprints. Also, label the amount of square feet for each building and revise the parking calculations as necessary. Building Footprints Revised —total SF revised, parking analysis revised 2. Provide a note on the site plan that it is for Phase 3 only. Notation Added on Site Plan Sheets C1.1-C1.4 3. Add a Site Specific Note on Sheet C1.4 that states "Exterior building and site lighting will meet the standards of Section 12-7.11 of the Unified Development Ordinance. The light source shall not project below an opaque housing and no fixture shall directly project light horizontally. Fixtures will be mounted in such a manner that the projected cone of light does not cross any property line." Note Added —see note #19 4. Please note the comments regarding the architectural review remain as previously provided. Acknowledged 5. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Acknowledged Reviewed by: Jason Schubert Date: February 13, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 1 1. Please provide the Building types & Fire flow demands for the buildings on the site plan. Noted on site plan sheets Please use updated FEMA firm Panel # when determining if the property is in floodplain. Revised Note #8 — No portion of the tract is within any floodplain ,3. Relocate trash enclosures or manhole by Building B. The manhole is currently on top of the trash enclosure. SSMH & enclosure adjusted 4. Provide FDC connections for the buildings and ensure that they are at most 100 feet away from a fire hydrant. Added to plan D. The minimum slope for 8-inch sewer lines is 0.55%. Please address any proposed sewer lines that have a grade of less than 0.55%. Alternate design slope of 0.4% previously approved. Minimum code requirement: TCEQ slope = 0.33%. 6. Use different line types for public lines and service lines. Service lines differentiated with key notes 7. Please make sure that service lines are outside of PUE's. They may cross the PUE but they can't be parallel/along the inside the PUE. Generally this is the case, lines that my conflict, were previously approved and have been installed. 8. For water connections use a manifold set up prior the meters instead having individual connections, and provide details/blow up of the manifold. Manifold used for new connections. Building A service taps previously installed with conduit crossing drive for service The Fire hydrant (Key note 17) has to be at least 50 feet away from the building. Relocate the Fire hydrant and make sure that it meets all other B/CS guidelines and Fire code requirements. Fire Hydrant to remain M. Use a drop connection for sanitary manhole (Key note 43). This is existing constructed in phase 2 1,KThe previous submitted sewer report did not take into account a sewer line at the rear of Building B. Please provide an updated sewer report. Sewer amendment included in submittal 1,ZThe electric feed to Building "A" does not correspond with the electric drawings that were submitted to the Building department. Services revised per final building plans VI Provide the Sewer & Water profile for the proposed lines with this submittal. Also the proposed sewer line at the rear of Building B does not show where it's tying into. The only line to be constructed is the sewer line behind Building B, plan/profile included in submittal 1.4. Update erosion control measures being applied for this phase. Provide a written agreement regarding the masonry wall in the PUE behind Building A. acknowledged-to be submitted separately 1,6. Please note a building permit is required for retaining walls that are taller than 2 feet in height. Acknowledged —to be submitted separately Please provide updated sealed Engineering Cost estimate. Cost estimate for sewer line included with this submittal ). Provide Bryan-College Station Standard details. Included with this submittal Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: February 4, 2015 ELECTRICAL COMMENTS REQUIRING IMMEDIATE ATTENTION 1. SITE PLAN/PLAT: Developer will provide CSU with a digital, AutoCAD dwg format, version of plat and / or site plan as soon as it is available. Email to: sweido@cstx.gov 2. LOAD DATA: The developer will provide load data to CSU as soon as it is available. This information is critical for CSU to accurately determine the size and number of transformers, and other equipment, required to provide service to the project. Failure to provide load data will result in construction delays and, due to clearance requirements, could affect the final building footprint. Delivery time for transformers and other equipment not in stock is approximate 26 weeks. Acknowledged 3. EASEMENTS: All easements on site are existing. Electric facilities will be designed within existing easements. Acknowledged 4. If easements are existing, the developer will be responsible for locating easements on site to insure that electrical infrastructure is installed within easement boundaries. Acknowledged GENERAL ELECTRICAL COMMENTS Acknowledged 1. Developer installs conduit per CSU specs and design. 2. CSU will provide drawings for electrical installation. 3. Developer will intercept existing conduit at designated transformers or other existing devices and extend as required. 4. If conduit does not exist at designated transformer or other existing devices, developer will furnish and install conduit as shown on CSU electrical layout. 5. Developer pours electric device pads or footings, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or other device, per CSU specs and design. 6. Final site plan must show all proposed electrical facilities necessary to provide electrical service, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or switchgears, all meter locations, and conduit routing as designed by CSU. 7. To discuss any of the above electrical comments please contact Sam Weido at 979.764.6314. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: January 9, 2015 FIRE 1. This building will require Fire Sprinklers and Alarms. Acknowledged 2. Knox Box and Knox Caps required. Acknowledged — refer to building plans 3. It appears we have access on all sides but if building is over 30' one of the Fire Lanes will have to be 26' wide and start no more than 30' from the building. Front fire lane is 30' min. Reviewed by: Steve Smith Date: December 28, 2014 Additional Changes: Building A: Electric service location revised per final building design Sanitary sewer service per final building design Gas service location revised per final building design Parking space shifting based on final building design (total parking count unchanged) Building B: Electric service location revised per final building design Sanitary sewer service per final building design Gas service location revised per final building design Parking space shifting based on final building design (total parking count unchanged) Building F: Electric service location revised per final building design Sanitary sewer service per final building design Gas service location revised per final building design Parking space shifting based on final building design (total parking count unchanged) (41111)111rrif1444 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A6M University` MEMORANDUM DATE: February 13, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; davidadwsdevelopement.com FROM: Jason Schubert, AICP, Principal Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: City of College Station Transmittal Letter; Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); Two (2) complete sets of site civil construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; One (1) 24"x36" revised site plan; One (1) 24"x36" landscaping plan; and Engineering-related documents as described in the comments. Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jason Schubert at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments PC: Kent Laza, via; klazaacectexas.com Chuck Ellison, via chuckaellisonlaw.com P&DS Project No. 14-00900305 Planning 6-Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.3570•FAX. 979.764.3496 0 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING Please note that the comments provided in this document replace those provided by the City on January 12, 2015. In reviewing the correspondence from Bob Cowell in May 2011, the layout of the previously approved and now expired site plan will be honored as the term 'vested' appears to have been understood to be 'as approved.' This, however, is not the correct application of the term. Changes to the design must be reviewed and approved under current ordinance and practice along with adherence to current building, fire, and engineering codes. 1. According to the building elevations that were provided, Building B has been divided into Buildings B and F. Revise the building footprints on the site plan to reflect the new footprints. Also, label the amount of square feet for each building and revise the parking calculations as necessary. 2. Provide a note on the site plan that it is for Phase 3 only. 3. Add a Site Specific Note on Sheet C1.4 that states "Exterior building and site lighting will meet the standards of Section 12-7.11 of the Unified Development Ordinance. The light source shall not project below an opaque housing and no fixture shall directly project light horizontally. Fixtures will be mounted in such a manner that the projected cone of light does not cross any property line." 4. Please note the comments regarding the architectural review remain as previously provided. 5. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Reviewed by: Jason Schubert Date: February 13, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 1 1. Please provide the Building types & Fire flow demands for the buildings on the site plan. 2. Please use updated FEMA firm Panel #when determining if the property is in floodplain. 3. Relocate trash enclosures or manhole by Building B. The manhole is currently on top of the trash enclosure. 4. Provide FDC connections for the buildings and ensure that they are at most 100 feet away from a fire hydrant. 5. The minimum slope for 8-inch sewer lines is 0.55%. Please address any proposed sewer lines that have a grade of less than 0.55%. 6. Use different line types for public lines and service lines. 7. Please make sure that service lines are outside of PUE's. They may cross the PUE but they can't be parallel/along the inside the PUE. 8. For water connections use a manifold set up prior the meters instead having individual connections, and provide details/blow up of the manifold. 9. The Fire hydrant (Key note 17) has to be at least 50 feet away from the building. Relocate the Fire hydrant and make sure that it meets all other B/CS guidelines and Fire code requirements. 10. Use a drop connection for sanitary manhole (Key note 43). 11. The previous submitted sewer report did not take into account a sewer line at the rear of Building B. Please provide an updated sewer report. 12. The electric feed to Building "A" does not correspond with the electric drawings that were submitted to the Building department. 13. Provide the Sewer & Water profile for the proposed lines with this submittal. Also the proposed sewer line at the rear of Building B does not show where it's tying into. 14. Update erosion control measures being applied for this phase. 15. Provide a written agreement regarding the masonry wall in the PUE behind Building A. 16. Please note a building permit is required for retaining walls that are taller than 2 feet in height. 17. Please provide updated sealed Engineering Cost estimate. 18. Provide Bryan-College Station Standard details. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: February 4, 2015 ELECTRICAL COMMENTS REQUIRING IMMEDIATE ATTENTION 1. SITE PLAN/PLAT: Developer will provide CSU with a digital, AutoCAD dwg format, version of plat and / or site plan as soon as it is available. Email to: sweido@cstx.gov 2. LOAD DATA: The developer will provide load data to CSU as soon as it is available. This information is critical for CSU to accurately determine the size and number of transformers, and other equipment, required to provide service to the project. Failure to provide load data will result in construction delays and, due to clearance requirements, could affect the final building footprint. Delivery time for transformers and other equipment not in stock is approximate 26 weeks. 3. EASEMENTS: All easements on site are existing. Electric facilities will be designed within existing easements. 4. If easements are existing, the developer will be responsible for locating easements on site to insure that electrical infrastructure is installed within easement boundaries. GENERAL ELECTRICAL COMMENTS 1. Developer installs conduit per CSU specs and design. 2. CSU will provide drawings for electrical installation. 3. Developer will intercept existing conduit at designated transformers or other existing devices and extend as required. 4. If conduit does not exist at designated transformer or other existing devices, developer will furnish and install conduit as shown on CSU electrical layout. 5. Developer pours electric device pads or footings, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or other device, per CSU specs and design. 6. Final site plan must show all proposed electrical facilities necessary to provide electrical service, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or switchgears, all meter locations, and conduit routing as designed by CSU. 7. To discuss any of the above electrical comments please contact Sam Weido at 979.764.6314. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: January 9, 2015 FIRE 1. This building will require Fire Sprinklers and Alarms. 2. Knox Box and Knox Caps required. 3. It appears we have access on all sides but if building is over 30' one of the Fire Lanes will have to be 26' wide and start no more than 30' from the building. Reviewed by: Steve Smith Date: December 28, 2014 (111Arrici"1114 CITY OF COI TGE STATION Home of Texas Ad-M University' MEMORANDUM DATE: January 12, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; daviddwsdevelopement.com FROM: Jerry Cuaron, Staff Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: City of College Station Transmittal Letter; Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); Two (2) 24"x36" revised site plans; One (1) 24"x36" landscaping plan; One (1) 24"x36" grading and erosion control plan; Easement Dedication Sheet and required documents (please note that the Site Plan will not be stamped approved until the Blanket Easement, or all other appropriate easements, have been dedicated to the City of College Station). Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jerry Cuaron at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza@cectexas.com I P&DS Project No. 14-00900305 Planning 6'Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING 1. Please change the color or type for existing and proposed key notes. It's currently hard to review the plans. 2. Please gray out all existing items so that we can determine what is being proposed with this submittal. The current submittal is hard to review. 3. C1.3 is not to be included in stamping sets. It is not needed for Phase 3 plans. 4. Retaining wall in a PUE behind building A. 5. Please label existing easements with volume and page number. 6. Please+3 identify the squares with a darker circle around in front of Building A. 7. Please provide bike racks for each building and located so no tenant entrance is more than 150 feet from bike rack. 8. Please remove the parking space at the end of the 8 space row behind Building B as it is located in the required buffer area. 9. Remove the labels referring to the placements of wheel stops along the phase line. 10. Building elevations show Building B separated into Building B and Building F. Please revise the site plan to show the updated building footprints. 11. Provide a general note on the site plan that all roof and ground-mounted mechanical equipment shall be screened from view or isolated so as not to be visible from any public right-of-way or residential district within 150' of the subject lot, measured from a point five feet above grade. Such screening shall be coordinated with the building architecture and scale to maintain a unified appearance. 12. Please add Site Specific note "Exterior building and site lighting will meet the standards of Section 7.11 of the Unified Development Ordinance. The light source shall not project below an opaque housing and no fixture shall directly project light horizontally. Fixtures will be mounted in such a manner that the projected cone of light does not cross any property line." 13. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Reviewed by: Jerry Cuaron Date: January 9, 2015 LAN DSCAPING/STREETSCAPING/BUFFER 1. Landscaping located in Phase III A is in the PUE, please relocate. 2. Buffer for Phase 3B is not depicted as 30 feet in width. Reviewed by: Jerry Cuaron Date: January 9, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 1 1. Please provide the Building types & Fire flow demands for the buildings on the site plan. 2. Please use updated FEMA firm Panel #when determining if the property is in floodplain. 3. Relocate Trash enclosures or manhole by Building B. The manhole is currently on top of the trash enclosure. If possible relocate trash enclosure in such a way that they are not on top of the sewer line. The sewer line is currently outside the PUE. Please relocate the sewer line, or provide additional PUE by separate instrument or Replat. In General the Sewer line is required to be at least 5.5 feet away from the PUE boundary, depending on the provided sewer profile additional PUE may be required. 4. Provide FDC connections for the buildings and ensure that they are at most 150 feet away from a fire hydrant. 5. The minimum slope for 8 inch sewer lines is 0.55%. Please address the proposed sewer lines that have a grade of less than 0.55%. 6. Use different line types for public lines and service lines. 7. Please make sure that service lines are outside of PUE's. 8. For water connections use a manifold set up prior the meters instead having individual connections, and provide details/blow up of the manifold. 9. The minimum water line size for commercial zoned area is 8". 10. The Fire hydrant (Key note 17) has to be at least 50 feet away from the building. Relocate the Fire hydrant and make sure that it meets all other B/CS guidelines and Fire code requirements. 11. Use a drop connection for sanitary manhole (Key note 43). 12. The previous submitted sewer report did not take into account a sewer line behind at the rear of building B. Please provide an updated sewer report. 13. The electric feed to building "A" does not correspond with the electric drawings that were submitted to building department. 14. Provide the Sewer & Water profile for the proposed lines with this submittal. 15. Update erosion control measures being applied for this phase. 16. Relocate retaining wall out of PUE. There is a concern that it could affect safety of our Crews that may have to work on the sewer line in close proximity. 17. A building permit is going to be required for retaining walls that are taller than 2 feet in height. 18. Please provide updated sealed Engineering Cost estimate. 19. Public Utility is still analyzing if there is sufficient capacity downstream for the proposed sewer demand with this development. 20. Provide Bryan-College Station Standard detail and remove: Silt Fence, Construction Entrance/Exit, and Hay Bale Detail. 21. Move the canopy trees away from the existing sewer line. The appropriate distance should take into account the tree roots and the trenching requirement if the sewer line were to require maintenance. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: January 9, 2015 ELECTRICAL COMMENTS REQUIRING IMMEDIATE ATTENTION 1. SITE PLAN/PLAT: Developer will provide CSU with a digital, AutoCAD dwg format, version of plat and / or site plan as soon as it is available. Email to: sweidocstx.qov 2. LOAD DATA: The developer will provide load data to CSU as soon as it is available. This information is critical for CSU to accurately determine the size and number of transformers, and other equipment, required to provide service to the project. Failure to provide load data will result in construction delays and, due to clearance requirements, could affect the final building footprint. Delivery time for transformers and other equipment not in stock is approximate 26 weeks. 3. EASEMENTS: All easements on site are existing. Electric facilities will be designed within existing easements. 4. If easements are existing, the developer will be responsible for locating easements on site to insure that electrical infrastructure is installed within easement boundaries. GENERAL ELECTRICAL COMMENTS 1. Developer installs conduit per CSU specs and design. 2. CSU will provide drawings for electrical installation. 3. Developer will intercept existing conduit at designated transformers or other existing devices and extend as required. 4. If conduit does not exist at designated transformer or other existing devices, developer will furnish and install conduit as shown on CSU electrical layout. 5. Developer pours electric device pads or footings, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or other device, per CSU specs and design. 6. Final site plan must show all proposed electrical facilities necessary to provide electrical service, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or switchgears, all meter locations, and conduit routing as designed by CSU. 7. To discuss any of the above electrical comments please contact Sam Weido at 979.764.6314. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: January 9, 2015 FIRE 1. This building will require Fire Sprinklers and Alarms 2. Knox Box and Knox Caps required 3. It appears we have access on all sides but if building is over 30' one of the Fire Lanes will have to be 26' wide and start no more than 30' from the building Reviewed by: Steve Smith Date: December 28, 2014 SANITATION 1. Need to rotate both dumpster pads 10 degrees counterclockwise at building B for better approach. Reviewed by: Wally Urrutia Date: December 31, 2014 (41' CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' MEMORANDUM DATE: December 22, 2014 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; david@dwsdevelopement.com FROM: Jerry Cuaron, Staff Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Thank you for the submittal of your Site Plan - Commercial application. Jason Schubert, Principal Planner, Kevin Ferrer, Graduate Engineer I, and I have been assigned to review this project. It is anticipated that the review will be completed and any staff comments returned to you on or before Friday, January 9, 2015. If you have questions in the meantime, please feel free to contact us. PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza@cectexas.com P&DS Project No. 14-00900305 Planning Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STA.CION •TEXAS •77842 TTI..979.7.64.3570 •FAX. 979.764.3496 Grff144 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning gr Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue, P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: Bridgette George, Assistant Development Manager SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH.1 (SP) - Site Plan Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: One (1) complete set of construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached. OR One (1) revised site and landscaping plan. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 764-3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Case file #04-00500259 Home of Texas A&M University STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 5 Project: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH.1 (SP) - 04-00500259 FYI: (Since the last submittal there have been significant changes to the site layout that have not been bubbled with no explanation. Please identify all of the changes with your next submittal.) The following are comments identified by staff. PLANNING 1. It appears that there may be some proposed outdoor seating area outside if the 6,504 s.f. restaurant. Please be aware that any outdoor seating areas are required to be counted toward the parking calculations in the parking legend. 2. Sheet C1.0 Please identify Building A with the square footage. 3. Though the proposed parking is exceeding the parking requirements, if you could please delineate the 25% restaurant/bar parking calculations in the parking legend. 4. Per Wally Urrutia Sanitation Superintendent the dumpster location between the 11,288 s.f. and the 6,504 s.f. restaurant looks like the angle needs to be turned 20 to 30 degrees counter clockwise on this particular enclosure in order for us to have a clear approach. (764-3841) 5. TGI Fridays will need to relocate the FDC within 100 feet of the fire hydrant. 6. Please be aware that the proposed buildings will need to meet the 2003 Building Code. 7. What are the plans for building's A & B in Phase III? Will they be sprinklered or will fire wall protection be provided? Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves Date: 07-11-05 ENGINEERING 1. TxDOT Driveway Application — FYI, the application has been forwarded for State review. 2. TxDOT Utility Application — Please provide a plan and profile of the proposed storm sewer. Additionally, note and depict the proposed sidewalk extending into the State ROW. 3. Drainage Report — FYI, the report is stamped reviewed and filed (the 2-yr storm is not required to be evaluated for detention). 4. Site Plan — Please clarify the proposed retaining wall details, location, and elevations, etc. 5. Construction Plans — Sht. 5.1, Sta. 2+50 — Provide TCEQ separation specs at crossing. 6. Construction Plans — Sht. 6.3, Sta. 6+65 — Provide bend in waterline after the fire hydrant tee. 7. Construction Plans — Sht. 6.3, Sta. 8+75 — Provide a bend instead of deflection due to change in horizontal, as well as vertical. Reviewed by: Alan Gibbs Date: 07-12-05 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and"bubbled"on your plans.Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. 2 of 2 (*,#11111111111114 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning&Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue South, PO Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone (979) 764-3570 / Fax (979) 764-3496 MEMORANDUM January 26, 2005 TO: FROM: Bridgette George, Asst. Development Manager SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: Six (6) complete sets of construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; Two (2) revised site; and One (1) landscaping plan. Easement Dedication Sheet and required documents. OR Two (2) revised site and landscaping plans. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 764-3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Case file # 04-00500259 Home of Texas A&M University STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS No. 4 Project: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER (SP) - 04-00500259 PLANNING 1. No comment. Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves Date: 01-26-05 ENGINEERING 1. Reviewed by: Date: NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and"bubbled"on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. 2 of 2 (11:*11111.1111111114 CITY OF COJJ.FGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' MEMORANDUM DATE: May 11, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; david@dwsdevelopement.com FROM: Jason Schubert, AICP, Principal Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (SP) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: )C City of College Station Transmittal Letter; )( Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments (identify the specific page that each comment was addressed on or the reason for not addressing the comment); One (1) complete sets of site civil construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; '( One (1) 24"x36" revised site plan; and )( Engineering-related documents as described in the comments. Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jason Schubert at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments 2 PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza@cectexas.com Chuck Ellison, via chuck@ellisonlaw.com P&DS Project No. SP2014-900305/14-00900305 Planning er Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION -TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.3570 •FAX. 979.764.3496 cstx.gov/devservices STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 Project: University Town Center Ph 3 (SP) 14-00900305 PLANNING 1. Identify the retaining wall that wraps the northeast side of Building A, including material type. The retaining wall at the rear of the property is identified with Note 182 as a landscape block wall. There is a detail on Sheet C7.2 that shows a concrete wall, which over 6 inches of untreated concrete is not permitted unless screened. Please reconcile and label the wall. CHECKED Added Key Note 182b identifying wall that wraps around the end of Building A. Clarified Note 182 indicating wall is concrete. Both notes contain wording that surface treatment of walls to replicate brick or stone. Added same note with graphic to sample detail on Sheet C7.2. 2. The parking added with Phase 3 has changed. Update the total and ADA space counts in the Parking Analysis on Sheet C1.4. Also, the total parking provided from each phase equals 943 but it is not clear if the ADA spaces are included in those totals. Please reconcile. CHECKED Parking analysis revised for clarity. 943 does include the ADA spaces. 3. There has been discussion but revised building elevations need to be submitted for review. CHECKED Submitted under separate cover. 4. Please note that any changes made to the plans that have not been requested by the City of College Station must be explained in your next transmittal letter. Reviewed by: Jason Schubert Date: May 11, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 2 FYI... The written agreement regarding the retaining wall in the PUE is required before a Development Permit can be issued. CHECKED Provided with this submittal. Additional easement by separate instrument for the sewer lines is required before the Development Permit can be issued or a temporary blanket easement can be applied for, but the easement dedication needs to be filed prior acquiring the Letter of Completion. CHECKED Easement Application provided with this submittal Please clearly label proposed and existing easement on the sewer sheets. CHECKED Labeled. Due to the sewer depth for sewer section Station 0 00 to the manhole (Station 5 25), please provide a 25' total easement centered over the Sewer's center line. CHECKED Provided (total width of existing & proposed easements 30'-35') ,5- Provide a sealed, signed, dated letter stating that B/CS guidelines have been met. List any items that can't meet the B/CS guidelines, and provide reasoning for why they can't be met and how the proposed design is a sufficient alternative. CHECKED Provided with this submittal I. The Fire Hydrant (Key Note 17) is still less than 50' away from the building. Relocate the Fire Hydrant, or provide reasoning in the letter explaining why this guideline can't be met. CHECKED Comment omitted per conversation with Kevin Ferrer (COCS) & Kent Laza (CEC) It appears there is no FDC for Building A. Is it key note 7? I can't locate it on the plans. CHECKED Added fire line & FDC for Building A— Key Notes 25d & 25e (key note 7 refers to the existing building in Phase 1 construction —Grub Burger/Pei Wei). Also added to Key Note 25d to provide isolation valve at public line connection. l FYI...On future site plans/construction documents please separate the key notes for different pages so that water plans are only showing key notes related to water, sewer key notes on sewer plans, etc. The current plans are really hard to review. 7FYI the fire department only takes 50% fire flow credit for buildings with sprinkler systems. ),9:The manhole spacing is currently exceeding the allowable 500' spacing. CHECKED Revised — SSMH Added Please provide an explanation in the letter stating why the B/CS' guidelines for sewer slopes can't be met. CHECKED Refer to accompanying memo. 1.2"The sanitary sewer profiles are showing the proposed grade being 2' to 3' different from the existing grade. Are the parking elevation changing with the sewer construction? CHECKED The "existing grade" previously shown was prior to construction of the parking and paved areas. This line has been removed and the design surface labeled as "existing" 3. Provide capacity calculation for the proposed 8" sewer line using the proposed grade. CHECKED Table indicating line capacity and proposed demands added to plan sheets 50n SWP3 sheet, relocate the silt fence at the rear of Building A beyond the sewer and proposed masonry wall location to prevent silt going to the neighboring property. It is currently shown on the proposed parking lot location. CHECKED Silt fence location relocated. y3. Please relocate the service line (31a) to the end of the dead end line next to the FDC and Fire hydrant to prevent a dead end line. TCEQ has a lot of requirements for dead end lines that does not circulate the water. CHECKED Existing condition — Comment omitted per conversation with Kevin Ferrer (COOS) & Fred Paine (CEC) Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: April 21, 2015 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 1 1. Please provide the Building types & Fire flow demands for the buildings on the site plan. 2. Please use updated FEMA firm Panel #when determining if the property is in floodplain. 3. Relocate Trash enclosures or manhole by Building B. The manhole is currently on top of the trash enclosure. If possible relocate trash enclosure in such a way that they are not on top of the sewer line. The sewer line is currently outside the PUE. Please relocate the sewer line, or provide additional PUE by separate instrument or Replat. In General the Sewer line is required to be at least 5.5 feet away from the PUE boundary, depending on the provided sewer profile additional PUE may be required. 4. Provide FDC connections for the buildings and ensure that they are at most 150 feet away from a fire hydrant. 5. The minimum slope for 8 inch sewer lines is 0.55%. Please address the proposed sewer lines that have a grade of less than 0.55%. 6. Use different line types for public lines and service lines. 7. Please make sure that service lines are outside of PUE's. 8. For water connections use a manifold set up prior the meters instead having individual connections, and provide details/blow up of the manifold. el The minimum water line size for commercial zoned area is 8". -- 10. The Fire hydrant (Key note 17) has to be at least 50 feet away from the building. Relocate the Fire hydrant and make sure that it meets all other B/CS guidelines and Fire code requirements. 11. Use a drop connection for sanitary manhole (Key note 43). 12. The previous submitted sewer report did not take into account a sewer line behind at the rear of building B. Please provide an updated sewer report. ,i 13. The electric feed to building "A" does not correspond with the electric drawings that were submitted to building department. ./14. Provide the Sewer & Water profile for the proposed lines with this submittal. v1 Update erosion control measures being applied for this phase. .SMT L 16Relocate retaining wall out of PUE. There is a concern that it could affect safety of our gA� Crews that may have to work on the sewer line in close proximity. Tovrtf4 v 17. A building permit is going to be required for retaining walls that are taller than 2 feet in rottr1' height. 18. Please provide updated sealed Engineering Cost estimate. LahliciU#ali y-is +llti z. • - e \uffi t\gapilpity/dow t earn/N4oah&pflp ed -, 20. Provide Bryan-College Station Standard detail and remove: Silt Fence, Construction Entrance/Exit, and Hay Bale Detail. Landscape Comment 21. Move the canopy trees away from the existing sewer line. The appropriate distance V 1 t4" should take into account the tree roots and the trenching requirement if the sewer line were to require maintenance. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: January 9, 2015 (*ff CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' MEMORANDUM \/ DATE: January 12, 2015 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; david©dwsdevelopment.com / FROM: Jerry Cuaron, Staff Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (NRA) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: One (1) revised set of elevation drawings (if applicable) Color Samples Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised elevations, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments PC: Kent Laza, via; klaza a@cectexas.com ' P&DS Project No. 14-00900307 Planning 6 Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE SIATTON •TEXAS •77842 FEE.979.764.3570•FAX. 979.764.3496 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 University Town Center Ph 3 — NRA Review 14-00900307 PLANNING 1. Please provide material percentages for each building. 2. Please identify the two different types of architectural relief elements for every 45 foot building section of the North elevations of Buildings A and B. 3. Please identify the two different types of architectural relief elements for every 60 foot building section of the South elevations of Buildings A, B, and F. Reviewed by: Jerry Cuaron Date: January 9, 2015