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Misc CEC TEXAS FIRM REGISTRATION NUMBERS ENGINEERING F-2214&SURVEYING 100410 SAN ANTONIO / LAREDO BRYAN / COLLEGE STATION December 19, 2014 Erika Bridges Planning & Development Services City of College Station College Station, Texas RE: Compliance with previous water, sewer, and drainage reports University Town Center, Phase 3 College Station, Texas Dear Erika: The site plan submitted herein is designed in conformance with previously submitted water, sewer and drainage reports for the overall site. This development was anticipated during initial planning of the overall site and provisions for capacity in these systems were provided at that time. No unplanned additions or deletions to the water, sewer, or drainage systems are being made with this site plan that were not previously analyzed in the associated reports. Sincerely, Kent Laza, P.E. 7- Project Manager 4101 SOUTH TEXAS AVENUE,SUITE A-BRYAN,TEXAS 77802 TEL:979.846.6212 FAX:979.846.8252 WWW.CECTEXAS.COM W.CECTEXAS.COM GEC TEXAS FIRM REGISTRATION NUMBERS ENGINEERING F-2214&SURVEYING 100410 SAN ANTONIO / LAREDO BRYAN / COLLEGE STATION December 19, 2014 Erika Bridges Planning & Development Services City of College Station College Station, Texas RE: LETTER ACKNOWLEDGING CITY STANDARDS UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER, PHASE 3 COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Dear Erika: The purpose of this letter is to acknowledge that the construction plans for water, sewer, streets and drainage for the above referenced project, to be best of my knowledge, do not deviate from the B/CS Design Guideline Manual. Any alternate design or construction methodology that was used is listed below. • (none) I also acknowledge that,to the best of my knowledge,the details provided in the construction plans are in accordance with the Bryan/College Station Standard Details. Sincerely, /Z./NV__ / 7 Kent Laza, P.E. Project Manager 4101 SOUTH TEXAS AVENUE,SUITE A-BRYAN,TEXAS 77802 TEL:979.846.6212 FAX:979.846.8252 www.CEcrEXAs.COM GEIC TEXAS FIRM REGISTRATION NUMBERS ENGINEERING F-2214&SURVEYING 100410 SAN ANTONIO / LAREDO BRYAN / COLLEGE STATION University Town Center — Timeline of Design July 1, 2014 Project Engineer—Fred Paine/Bill Kling Project Surveyor— Stewart Kling COCS Project Engineer—Alan Gibbs COCS Project Planner—Jennifer Reeves The intent of this timeline is to document the design of University Town Center as it relates to the City of College Station's Design Guidelines that govern the project. The City was undergoing a full scale revision to the UDO that was to become effective in 2005. This project was fully designed and under construction prior to the effective date of the 2005 UDO revisions (Construction of the entrance drive & utilities for Hilton Homewood Suites happened even prior to 2004). As demonstrated below, the Owner,Engineer,Architect, and City of College Station worked diligently to have this project submitted prior to the 2005 UDO changes. I believe the correct vesting date for the project is 2004.All construction that has occurred, has been with respect to the original UDO effective in 2004. It was apparent that the City was pleased with the design, concept and building characteristics. Feb 09, 2004 —Pre Application Meeting Nov 03, 2004 —Submit Site Plans for Phases 1-3 (Submittal was also to vest project prior to 2005 UDO) Nov 10, 2004 —Received draft comments Nov 12, 2004 —Received review comments Dec 30, 2004 —Plan approval—Phase 1 site & utilities due to replat/final plat & TXDOT signal/driveway final approvals (Phase 1 was on the platted Henton/Lincoln Subdivision). June 01, 2005 —Final infrastructure approval based on replat/final plat comments & field changes June 02, 2005 —Replat &Final Plat scheduled for P&Z June 02, 2005 —Replat & Final Plat rescheduled by Jennifer Reeves for June 16, 2005 P&Z June 16, 2005 —P&Z cancelled due to lack of quorum June 22, 2005 —Replat &Final Plat scheduled for special P&Z meeting—Approved July 05, 2005 —Breaking of phase 2 to ph2a& ph2b to allow construction to continue while awaiting final TXDOT permit approval & final drainage report review July 15, 2005 —Full site plan approval (planning) July 18, 2005 —Full site plan approval (engineering—awaiting TXDOT approval for driveway) Fred Paine, P.E. 4101 SOUTH TEXAS AVENUE,SUITE A-BRYAN,TEXAS 77802 TEL:979.846.6212 FAX:979.846.8252 WWW.CECTEXAS.COM W.CECTEXAS.COM PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PLANS (previously approved 12/30/2004) In addition to the sewer line shown on these plans, one fire hydrant will be added to an existing water line. Location is shown on Sheet C1.1 of the site plan. CEC TEXAS FIRM REGISTRATION NUMBERS ENGINEERING F-2214&SURVEYING 100410 SAN ANTONIO I LAREDO BRYAN / COLLEGE STATION DATE: May 19, 2015 TO: City of College Station do Kevin Ferrer, Graduate Civil Engineer RE: LETTER ACKNOWLEDGING CITY STANDARDS UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PHASE ONE (CONSTRUCTION PHASE 3) Dear Mr. Ferrer: The purpose of this letter is to acknowledge that the construction plans for the sanitary sewer for the above referenced project, to the best of my knowledge, do not deviate from the B/CS Design Guideline Manual. Any alternate design or construction methodology that was used is listed below: 1. 8" Sanitary Sewer Design Slope: 0.4% line slope was used instead of the 0.55% line slope indicated in the guidelines. This is necessary due to constraints of existing and previously designed infrastructure. To maintain adequate vertical separation from existing and previously designed infrastructure, the 0.4% slope has been implemented along the entire 783' run of pipe. This is the maximum pipe slope that can be achieved in the design while maintaining adequate vertical separation between the various water lines, electrical conduit, and storm sewer lines. The 0.4% line slope does adhere to the TCEQ minimum 8" line slope requirement of 0.33% as defined in TCEQ Design Criteria For Domestic Water Systems (Title 30, Partl, Chapter 217, Subchapter C, Rule 217.53) I also acknowledge,to the best of my knowledge,that the details provided in the construction plans are in accordance with the Bryan/College Station Standard Details. Sincerely, Fred Paine, P.E. magi. `\`\ dot.OF EYq `� enior Project Manager %**•• ••• *,� Civil Engineering Consultants , ALFRED A.PAINE r -0;• 97221 k0 1 •"•% ice toi F0005 4101 SOUTH TEXAS AVENUE,SUITE A-BRYAN,TEXAS 77802 TEL:979.846.6212 FAX:979.846.8252 WWW.CECTEXAS.COM W.CECTEXAS.COM CEC TEXAS FIRM REGISTRATION NUMBERS ENGINEERING F-2214&SURVEYING 100410 SAN ANTONIO / LAREDO BRYAN / COLLEGE STATION DATE: 5/19/2015 TO: Kevin Ferrer, Graduate Civil Engineer CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, PLANNING and DEVELOPMENT SERVICES FROM: Shaun Hanson,E.I.T.—CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH. 3 (SP) 14-00900305 SANITARY SEWER LINE SLOPE DEVIATION Dear Mr. Ferrer, Please consider this letter Civil Engineering Consultants' official response to the Staff Comments dated May 11, 2015 for Phase 3 of the University Town Center Project. This letter specifically addresses Engineering Comments No. 2, Item#11 which states the following: "Please provide an explanation in the letter stating why the B/CS' guidelines for sewer slopes can't be met." Response: The proposed 8" PVC, SDR-26 sanitary sewer line slope of 0.4% is necessary due to the constraints of the proposed and existing infrastructure currently in place. In order to maintain adequate vertical separation,the 0.4% slope has been implemented along the entire 783' run of pipe. This is the maximum pipe slope that can be achieved in the design while maintaining adequate vertical separation between the various water lines, electrical conduit, and storm sewer lines. Please refer to sheets C5.2 and C5.3 of the project plans for specific station locations where separation distances are noted. Despite the slope of 0.4% deviating from B/CS Unified Design Guidelines for Sanitary Sewer (2012), the 0.4% slope does adhere to the TCEQ minimum slope requirement of 0.33% as defined in TCEQ Design Criteria For Domestic Water Systems (Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 217, Subchapter C, Rule 217.53). For the reasons stated above, the B/CS Unified Design Guidelines for Sanitary Sewer (2012) requirement for minimum pipe slopes for 8" pipes (0.55%) cannot be met but State criteria is met. Sincerely, Shaun J. Hanson, ngineering Consultants 4101 SOUTH TEXAS AVENUE,SUITE A-BRYAN,TEXAS 77802 TEL:979.846.6212 FAX:979.846.8252 www.cEcrExAs.com W.CECTEXAS.COM CEC Texas Firm Registration Numbers Engineering F-2214&Surveying 100410 San Antonio / Laredo Bryan / College Station University Town Center Phase 3 Engineer's Estimate of Public Infrastructure April 6, 2015 Item Description Quantity Unit Unit Cost Extension 1 Fire Hydrant Assembly w/valve 1 EA 3,500.00 3,500 2 8" Sewer Line,PVC SDR 26, str backfill 783 LF 35.00 27,405 3 'Std Manhole(0-6.00 ft depth) 1 LF 2,750.00 2,750 4 Std Manhole(6.01-8.00 ft depth) 1 LF 3,000.00 3,000 5 Std Manhole(10.01-12.00 ft depth) 1 LF 4,000.00 4,000 Estimated Construction Cost $ 40,655 a ...,KENT M.LAZA I • �i. A 01- Pt- - �� /6 / 2o/5—I GEC Texas Firm Registration Numbers Engineering F-2214&Surveying 100410 San Antonio / Laredo Bryan / College Station University Town Center Phase 3 Engineer's Estimate of Public Infrastructure December 10, 2014 Item Description Quantity Unit Unit Cost Extension 1 Fire Hydrant Assembly w/valve 1 EA 3,500.00 3,500 2 8" Sewer Line, PVC SDR 26, str backfill 772 LF 35.00 27,020 3 Std Manhole (0-6.00 ft depth) 1 LF 2,750.00 2,750 4 Std Manhole (6.01-8.00 ft depth) 1 LF 3,000.00 3,000 5 Std Manhole(10.01-12.00 ft depth) 1 LF 4,000.00 4,000 Estimated Construction Cost $ 40,270 f �•• ..(2I �'�. •.. **. �\ ;* l • *$ ,..,! Al. NTLAZA ••1 • ,•. 00 65923 i t.,/ ��i •ss ON L EN-�' Page 1 of 2 Carla Robinson - Re: Fwd: University Town Center Water Feature Development Agreement a^" "I'd"«•t'Sa-X#r.*rt.44+'aa..t_I A At-,".# „r...,.y.,"3_.'tab.r.,,n._:z sc* Aaq,t..,,Jo 3a.b 3'4sr.,..+,E twiexesorakwmatka. From: Lance Simms To: Bob Cowell Date: 4/29/2011 9:53 AM Subject: Re: Fwd: University Town Center Water Feature Development Agreement CC: Carla Robinson; David Gwin Bob: We met with David S. and Chuck this morning and I believe we are all on the same page. They were simply concerned about vesting as it relates to the approved site plan. We talked about the possibility of amending the existing agreement but Chuck indicated they would be satisfied with a letter from you (as the Administrator) confirming the site's grandfathered status. Lance Simms, AICP, CBO Assistant Director of Planning & Development Services City of College Station, TX Phone: 979.764.3742 City of College Station Home of Texas A&M University® >>> Bob Cowell 4/28/2011 10:30 PM >>> Carla, We are aware of the request to grandfather the development (which I believe already to be) to address David's concerns (which I believe to be unfounded). The issue revolved around parking and NRA requirements that might alter the building design thereby causing him to be unable to meet the square footage requirements in the agreement(the least of his concerns in my opinion). What we are not okay with is expanding any sort of similar protection or expansion of the agreement onto the adjacent property that David owns. I am not certain of the best way to adjust the language of the current agreement to satisfy David's issue and would suggest we let Chuck propose some language that we can respond to. Thanks, Bob >>> Carla Robinson 4/8/2011 4:15 PM >>> Bob, I am sending the attached email from Chuck Ellison to you after speaking with David Gwin. Chuck is seeking to amend the economic development agreement with Sahara Realty (David Scamardo) for University Town Center. David believes that the Council already indicated their agreement to his first request for an extension to perform the remaining two phases. David also thought that when Chuck previously proposed grandfathering the remainder of the development covered by the agreement, you had some concerns with doing so. Can you let me know what your thoughts are now so that I can respond to Chuck? Jason Schubert From: Chuck Ellison <Chuck@ellisonlaw.com> Sent: Friday, January 23, 2015 10:35 AM To: Jason Schubert Cc: David Scarmardo; Barbara Giesenschlag Subject: FW: University Towne Center Jason Below is the email I showed you this morning. To reiterate, before we had begun plans for the development of the last phases, David was concerned that the site plan was not vested. We approached Carla Robinson about an amendment to the Development Agreement and she recommended we talk to David Gwin, who got us with Bob. We expressed the need that the site plan be vested or we would not be able to build the project that was approved by the council. That is why the email specifically says the site plan is vested. Please let me know who we need to raise this with, if it is not you. Thank you for your assistance. Chuck The Ellison Firm 302 Holleman Dr. East, Suite 76 College Station, TX 77840-7000 (979)696-9889 ext. 106 (979)693-8819(fax) chuck@ellisonlaw.com PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL:This electronic message and any attachments are confidential property of the sender. The information is intended only for the use of the person to whom it was addressed. Any other interception, copying, accessing, or disclosure of this message is prohibited. The sender takes no responsibility for any unauthorized reliance on this message. If you have received this message in error, please immediately notify the sender and purge the message you received. Do not forward this message without permission. From: Chuck Ellison Sent: Monday, May 09, 2011 8:38 AM To: 'Bob Cowell' Cc: David Gwin; 'David Scarmardo'; Barbara Giesenschlag Subject: RE: University Towne Center Bob Thank you for your message. I think it was very productive and we reached a mutually agreeable resolution. Your language is fine with me as long as you think this e-mail will provide enough guidance to staff regarding vesting of the existing project to the 2005 ordinances when development proceeds. If that is the case, please allow this email to accept your acknowledgment that the University Towne Center project, as described in the development agreement and site plan submitted are vested to the ordinances in existence in 2005. If this is not agreeable, please let me know. Thank you again for your help on this. Chuck The Ellison Firm 302 Holleman Dr. East, Suite 76 College Station, TX 77840-7000 (979) 696-9889 ext. 106 (979) 693-8819(fax) chuck@ellisonlaw.com PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL: This electronic message and any attachments are confidential property of the sender. 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From: Bob Cowell [mailto:BcowelI cstx.gov] Sent: Thursday, May 05, 2011 3:19 PM To: Chuck Ellison Cc: David Gwin Subject: University Towne Center Chuck, Sorry I was not able to attend the meeting last week on University Towne Center, but it sounds like it was productive. As we have discussed previously, I have no problem acknowledging that the project (based on the limits described in the economic development agreement) is vested to the development ordinances in effect in 2005 and as such the site plan previously approved by the City for two phases consisting of 25,000 and 31,000 square feet is vested. As we have noted previously, any expansion of the project onto adjacent property would of course be required to comply with the ordinances in effect at the time of expansion. If you need something more formal than this e-mail please let me know. Also, if you have alternative language you would propose, please send it to me and I will take a look at it. 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Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM Date: June 20, 2006 TO: Stewart Kling, Kling Engineering & Surveying, via fax 846.8252 FROM: Jennifer Reeves, Staff Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER 1-3 (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 stamped approved plans: Two (2) revised site If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: David Scarmardo, Via fax 822.1763 Case file #04-00500259 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 8 Project: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER 1-3 (SP) - 04-00500259 PLANNING 1. The mechanical room's square footage seems to be pulled out of the calculations. Please include in the total square footage. 2. Please reflect in the parking legend 109, 401 for total square footage divided by 250 = 438 parking spaces and 29,185 square feet (in excess of 25% of intense use) divided by 65 = 449 parking spaces showing 887 total parking spaces required. (Please see attached sheet for correcting the legend for each phase). Please call me if you need clarification). Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves Date: June 20, 2006 Cirff CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning&Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue, P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM December 1, 2005 TO: Stewart Kling, Kling Engineering & Surveying, via fax 846.8252 FROM: Jennifer Reeves, Project Manager SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER 1-3 (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 submit the following information and fee for staff approval: $200 processing fee for the next round of three (3) staff reviews; Six (3) additional sets of C1.0, C1.1, C1.2, C1.3 & C1.4 documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached; Two (2) revised site; and One (1) landscaping plan. One (1) 11x17 grading and erosion control 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: David Scarmardo, Via fax 822.1763 Case file #04-00500259 Home of Texas A&M University STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 6 Project: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER 1-3 (SP) - 04-00500259 PLANNING 1. No comments. Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves Date: 12-01-05 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 Grffi1115111411 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning e'r Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue, P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM October 13, 2005 TO: David Scarmardo, Via fax 822.1763 FROM: Jennifer Reeves, Project Manager SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH. 1-3 (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: Two (2) revised site plans (one for building set & one for site plan file) One (1) 11x17 grading and erosion control 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: Stewart Kling, Kling Engineering & Surveying, via fax 846.8252 Case file #04-00500259 Home of Texas A&M University STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 6 Project: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH. 1-3 (SP) - 04-00500259 PLANNING 1. The temporary curbing will also be required between phases 2a, 2b and 3. Please note clearly on the site plan. 2. All dumpster proposed pad enclosures located will be required to be screened with a 6 foot solid fence instead of a masonry wall or relocated. Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves Date: 10-06-05 ENGINEERING 1. No comment. Reviewed by: Alan Gibbs Date: 10-12-05 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 Page 1 of 1 Carla Robinson - University Town Center From: Bob Cowell To: David@scarmardofoods.corn Date: 9/10/2009 11:59 AM Subject: University Town Center CC: Carla Robinson; David Gwin; Dennis Maloney; Glenn Brown David, I left you a voice mail regarding this as well but I wanted to send an e-mail also. I have completed my review of the project and your question regarding the status of the existing parking areas in University Town Center. While the site plans for the project have all expired and will need to be renewed and thus comply with applicable standards, the existing constructed parking lot is grandfathered, meaning that it will not be required to be altered (no change in landscaping, drive aisles, etc will be required) as the new phases are developed. This grandfathering avoids the need for any type of variance, PDD, etc. regarding the parking lot. I will follow this e-mail up with a written letter to this effect in the next few days, but I wanted to get this information to you as soon as possible to aid in your decision making regarding the current property and development of adjacent property. If you have any questions or need additional information please do not hesitate to contact me. Thanks, Bob Robert S. Cowell, Jr., AICP Director Planning &Development Services College Station, TX J MEMORANDUM PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL TO: File FROM: Carla Robinson DATE: 05/13/11 RE: University Town Center EDA I met with David Neeley, David Gwin, and Jeff Kersten to talk about the EDA amendment that is being circulated for signatures. The amendment extends the time Scamardo has to perform until the expiration of the agreement in 2015. I explained that Scamardo has been in default under the agreement for a number of years. The council has at least twice given direction that they don't want to take any action on the default. A couple of months ago Chuck Ellison contacted me asking to amend the EDA to extend the time to perform and asking that the development be vested to the regulations in place when the EDA was entered into. We met along with Lance Simms and David Gwin. David said that the council had taken action back in 2009 to amend the agreement to extend the time for performance to 2015 contingent upon Scamardo signing but he had not yet signed. It was agreed that we would execute the amendment. Jeff pointed out that we had made the first two payments but have not made the last three since Scamardo was in default. With this amendment Scamardo would no longer be in default and the city would owe the remainder in 2016 in the event Scamardo performs. Also, Bob Cowell indicated that in his opinion as zoning administrator the development was already vested. Bob sent an email to Chuck Ellison stating that (we do not have a copy) and Chuck was satisfied that resolved the vesting issue. MEMORANDUM PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL TO: File FROM: Carla Robinson DATE: 04/29/11 RE: University Town Center Development Agreement Met today with Chuck Ellison, David Scamardo, David Gwin, and Lance Simms. Chuck is concerned that the site plan that is part of the development agreement has expired and that the new UDO standards will now apply making it impossible for Scamardo to meet the square footage requirements in the development agreement. He is seeking an amendment to the agreement that will recognize that the project is vested. I told Chuck that I discussed this with Bob Cowell and Bob indicated that as zoning administrator he believed the project was vested. Bob thought that Scamardo was asking to extend the development agreement to adjacent property so that adjacent property would then be vested. Chuck said that they had asked for that at one time but were no longer seeking to extend the vesting to other property. Chuck said that he would be satisfied with a letter from the zoning administrator recognizing the grandfathered status of the site plan that is a part of the agreement. Lance is going to get with Bob to discuss and prepare a letter. Jason Schubert From: Jason Schubert Sent: Monday, June 01, 2015 9:27 PM To: 'Sean Herring' Cc: David Scarmardo; David Scarmardo; Jeremy Holub Subject: RE: University Town Center ( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Sean, I took a look at the revised building elevations. I only have one comment that remains: 1) Provide building material percentages for each elevation of each building. Percentages were only provided for the north (front) elevations. From an overall look, it appears the rest of the building elevations should be fine but I need a table of material percentages for each elevation to verify that. For reference,the minimum brick/stone requirement for the side elevations (east/west) is reduced to 10%and there is not a brick/stone one the rear elevation.The maximum percentages of the other material types remains the same. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Jason Jason Schubert, AICP Principal Planner Planning & Development Services City of College Station office: (979) 764-3697 fax: (979) 764-3496 www_csbc, ov City of College Station Home of Texas A&M University From: Sean Herring [mailto:SHerring@laalp.com] Sent: Sunday, May 31, 2015 6:35 PM To:Jason Schubert Cc: David Scarmardo; David Scarmardo;Jeremy Holub Subject: University Town Center( Bldgs A/B/F) NRA Comments Good morning Jason, I'm following up to see if you had a chance to review the elevation sheets David dropped on the 19th to address the NRA comments. Could you give us an update? Thanks for your time in the matter. Sean D Herring,AIA,Senior Associate I Levinson Alcoser Associates, L.P. 11177 West Loop South, Suite 900, Houston,Texas 77027 1713.600.3614 direct 1713.787.0000 office 1713.850.8250 fax 1713.894.9731 cell I sherring@Iaalp.com Explore our NEW website at www.laalp.com From: Sean Herring Sent: Monday, May 18, 2015 5:48 PM To: 'Jason Schubert' Cc: David Scarmardo; David Scarmardo Subject: University Town Center ( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Jason, Understood. David is going to get 3 copies of the attached printed tomorrow, and then he'll drop them off for you to review. Thanks, Sean Sean D Herring,AIA, Senior Associate I Levinson Alcoser Associates, L.P. 11177 West Loop South, Suite 900, Houston,Texas 77027 1713.600.3614 direct 1713.787.0000 office 1713.850.8250 fax I 713.894.9731 cell I sherries@laalpcom Explore our NEW website at www.laalp.com From: Jason Schubert [mailto:jschubert©cstx.gov] Sent: Monday, May 18, 2015 5:40 PM To: Sean Herring Cc: David Scarmardo; David Scarmardo Subject: RE: University Town Center ( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Sean, I only need one set for the file and one set for the building permit. If you would like additional, stamped copies back,you may submit additional copies. If not,the 2 sets David has will work. Thanks, Jason From: Sean Herring [mailto:SHerring@laalp.com] Sent: Monday, May 18, 2015 3:01 PM To:Jason Schubert Cc: David Scarmardo; David Scarmardo Subject: University Town Center ( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Good afternoon Jason,Thanks for getting back with me. Just to confirm, do we need to re-submit 2 or 3 copies? The developer was able to retrieve 2 set of my revised sheets from the local consultant. Should I over night him a third set of the revised sheets? Thanks, Sean Sean D Herring,AIA,Senior Associate I Levinson Alcoser Associates, L.P. 11177 West Loop South, Suite 900, Houston,Texas 77027 1713.600.3614 direct 1713.787.0000 office 1713.850.8250 fax 1713.894.9731 cell I sherring@laajp.com Explore our NEW website at www.laalp.com From: Jason Schubert [mailto:jschubert@icstx.gov] Sent: Monday, May 18, 2015 3:00 PM To: Sean Herring Cc: David Scarmardo; David Scarmardo Subject: RE: University Town Center ( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Sean, Looking back at our log of items that were submitted, revised building elevations was not on the list. Please submit a copy for my formal review. Thanks, Jason Jason Schubert, AICP Principal Planner Planning & Development Services City of College Station office: (979) 764-3697 fax: (979) 764-3496 www.cstx.gov ._. . ...... .......... City of College Station Home of Texas A&M University From: Sean Herring [mailto:SHerring@laalp.com] Sent: Wednesday, May 13, 2015 10:39 AM To:Jason Schubert Cc: David Scarmardo; David Scarmardo Subject: University Town Center( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Good morning Jason, I was following up on the voice massage I left you. I was trying to confirm if our City Comments revisions to the Bldgs A, B & F shell (Arch & MEP) drawings from earlier this year, were submitted with the civil drawings you indicated Fred had dropped off in April (see below). If no, I want to FedEx them to you directly for your review. Please advise. Thanks, Sean Sean D Herring,AIA,Senior Associate I Levinson Alcoser Associates, L.P. 11177 West Loop South, Suite 900, Houston,Texas 77027 1713.600.3614 direct 1713.787.0000 office 1713.850.8250 fax 1713.894.9731 cell I sherring@laalp.com Explore our NEW website at www.laalp.com From: Sean Herring Sent: Tuesday, April 07, 2015 2:27 PM To: Jason Schubert Subject: University Town Center ( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Jason,Thanks for the update! Thanks, Sean Sean D Herring,AIA,Senior Associate I Levinson Alcoser Associates, L.P. 11177 West Loop South, Suite 900, Houston,Texas 77027 1713.600.3614 direct I 713.787.0000 office 1713.850.8250 fax 1713.894.9731 cell I sherring@laalp.com Explore our NEW website at www.laalp.com From: Jason Schubert [mailto:jschubert©cs.x.gov] Sent: Tuesday, April 07, 2015 2:27 PM To: Sean Herring Subject: RE: University Town Center ( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Sean, thank you for follow up. I saw Fred Payne drop off plans yesterday afternoon. I haven't had a chance to look at them and my expectation is with items I already have to review is that it'll be early next week before I'll have a chance to get to it. I'll let you know if there are any more revisions needed. Thanks, Jason From:Sean Herring [mailto:SHerring@laalp.com] Sent:Tuesday,April 07, 2015 1:53 PM To:Jason Schubert Subject: University Town Center ( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Good afternoon Jason, I was following up to see if our revised shell plans the civil engineer dropped off to the City have been re-reviewed at this point. They went ahead & dropped off just the building portion toward the end for February, as they were still working on their site civil plans comments. We were curious to see if there were still outstanding or New NRA or Fire comments to the building. Thanks for your help in this matter. Thanks, Sean Sean D Herring,AIA,Senior Associate I Levinson Alcoser Associates, L.P. 11177 West Loop South, Suite 900, Houston,Texas 77027 1713.600.3614 direct 1713.787.0000 office 1713.850.8250 fax 1713.894.9731 cell I sherring@laalp.com Explore our NEW website at www.laalp.com From: Sean Herring Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 9:36 AM To: Jason Schubert Subject: University Town Center ( Bldgs A/B/F ) NRA Comments Good morning Jason, I have completed the NRA comments regarding 1) the materials percentages on the front facades and 2) the required design element usage/frequency on all facades. Attached is a PDF of one of the new elevation sheets I mentioned in our previous phone call. This additional sheet was creating to articulate these 2 issues so you could confirm we have met the requirements. Could I have you pre-review this one to see if the 2 tables created along with the elevation notation are clear enough for that purpose? The 2 tables are based on the elevation requirements list on pages 2 thru 4 of the attached UDO. If need be, I can tweak the sheets based on your comments before sending you a hard copy of all 3 building's revisions. Thank you for your time in this matter. Thanks, Sean Sean D Herring,AIA, Senior Associate I Levinson Alcoser Associates, L.P. 11177 West Loop South, Suite 900, Houston,Texas 77027 1713.600.3614 direct 1713.787.0000 office 1713.850.8250 fax 1713.894.9731 cell I sherring@laalp.com Explore our NEW website at www.laalp.com ,,„„0„ CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas Ad M University MEMORANDUM DATE: December 22, 2014 TO: David Scarmardo, Sahara Realty Group, Ltd, via; david@dwsdevelopment.com FROM: Jerry Cuaron, Staff Planner SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY TOWN CENTER PH 3 (NRA) Thank you for the submittal of your Non-Residential Architectural Standards application. Jason Schubert, Principal Planner, and I have been assigned to review this project. 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