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Staff Review tr. or -.40 CITY OF COLLEGE GIS STATION Home of TevasAer'M University' • MEMORANDUM DATE: October 23, 2014 TO: Consantin Barbu, via; cpbarbu(a�gmail.com FROM: Mark Bombek, Staff Planner SUBJECT: VICTORIA 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. The next submittal will be the third and final review by staff for this round of reviews. If all items have not been addressed on the next submittal, another $932 processing fee will need to be submitted for the subsequent set of three (3) reviews. 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) revised site and one (1) landscaping plan. 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 call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Case file #14-00900241 PC: Don Nguyen, via; nhuquach1@gmail.com Quach Nhu Kim via USPS; 600 Graham Rd, College Station, TX, 77845 P&DS Project No. 14-00900241 Planning d Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1 101 TEXAS AVENUE •C;OLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •7/842 TEL.979.764.3570•FAX. 979.764.3496 cs tx.govld evs a rvi c e s STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 Project: Victoria Center (Sp) - 14-00900241 PLANNING Please be aware that the comments below are the same comments that were submitted on the previous round of comments sent back on October 3, 2014. Upon review, the comments were not addressed. Please review the following and make the appropriate changes. 1. Please revise building setbacks to show 25 feet front setback (off of Graham Rd.), 15 feet side street setback (off of Victoria), 15 feet rear setback, and 7 feet and 5 inch side setback (opposite of Victoria). 2. Please show location of fire hydrants and fire lanes on the property. 3. Please assess building square footage calculations or dimensions and adjust to show correct total building area. The table at the top of the plans seem to be off. 4. Please provide the volume and page for all public utility easements and identify them on the site plan. 5. Please provide curb line work along the edge of the five (5) new parking spaces, at the front of the building continuing along that sidewalk edge along the entire front façade. 6. Please remove the sheet for the previously approved site plans. The very first sheet is not needed for the consideration of the proposed site plan. 7. Please remove all details that are noted as `existing' on sheet 3 of the site plan. 8. Please identify the zoning of the properties adjacent to the property. FYI... the zoning to the rear and side of the property is General Suburban (GS). 9. As required under the Unified Development Ordinance, Site Design Standards for non- residential buildings, each building shall provide a facility capable of storing a minimum of four (4) bicycles. The area provided for such facility shall be approximately fifty-five (55) square feet in area, approximately nine (9) feet by six (6) feet, or as approved by the Administrator. Please add the bicycle parking detail to the site plan. 10. 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. 11. Provide a general note on the site plan that states the following: 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. 12. 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 and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that the City has not be made of aware of will constitute a completely new review. Reviewed by: Mark Bombek Date: 10-23-2014 LAN DSCAPI NG/STREETSCAPING/BUFFER 1. Buffer Landscaping does not count toward the required landscaping points. Please revise the landscape point calculations to show the calculations that were approved on the previous site plan that noted this change. 2. Provide a general note that 100% coverage of groundcover, decorative paving, decorative rock (not loose), or a perennial grass is required in parking lot islands, swales and drainage areas, the parking lot setback, rights-of-way, and adjacent property disturbed during construction. Reviewed by: Mark Bombek Date: 10-23-2014 ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 2 1. Please provide grading and erosion control plan. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: 10-23-2014 Ortr41‘*114 0 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' MEMORANDUM DATE: October 3, 2014 TO: Consantin Barbu, via; cpbarbuqmail.com FROM: Mark Bombek, Staff Planner SUBJECT: VICTORIA 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: 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) revised site and one (1) landscaping plan; 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 Mark Bombek at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff Review Comments pc: P&DS Project No. 14-00900241 PC: Don Nguyen, via; nhuquach1(a�gmail.com Quach Nhu Kim via USPS; 600 Graham Rd, College Station, TX, 77845 P&DS Project No. 14-00900241 Planning&Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION • •TEXAS •77842 I'EL,.979.7(14.3570•FAX. 979.764.3496 cstx.gov/devservices STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: Victoria Center (SP) 14-00900241 PLANNING 1. The building is shown at a height of twenty-one feet nine inches. According to the UDO Section 7.2 H Height, with the exception of NG, RDD, and P-MUD districts, no multi-family or non-residential structure shall be located nearer to any property line adjacent to a single family use or townhouse development than a horizontal distance of twice the vertical distance of the structure. At the buildings current proposed height the building should be a minimum distance of forty-three feet six inches (43'6") away from the adjacent single family homes. 2. Please revise building setbacks to show 25 feet front setback (off of Graham Rd.), 15 feet side street setback (off of Victoria), 15 feet rear setback, and 7 feet and 5 inch side setback (opposite of Victoria). 3. Please show location of fire hydrants and fire lanes on the property. 4. Please assess building square footage calculations or dimensions and adjust to show correct total building area. The table at the top of the plans seem to be off. 5. Please provide the volume and page for all public utility easements and identify them on the site plan. 6. Please provide curb line work along the edge of the five (5) new parking spaces, at the front of the building continuing along that sidewalk edge along the entire front façade. 7. Please remove the sheet for the previously approved site plans. The very first sheet is not needed for the consideration of the proposed site plan. 8. Please remove all details that are noted as `existing' on sheet 3 of the site plan. 9. Please identify the zoning of the properties adjacent to the property. FYI... the zoning to the rear and side of the property is General Suburban (GS). 10. As required under the Unified Development Ordinance, Site Design Standards for non- residential buildings, each building shall provide a facility capable of storing a minimum of four (4) bicycles. The area provided for such facility shall be approximately fifty-five (55) square feet in area, approximately nine (9) feet by six (6) feet, or as approved by the Administrator. Please add the bicycle parking detail to the site plan. 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. Provide a general note on the site plan that states the following: 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 and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that the City has not be made of aware of will constitute a completely new review. Reviewed by: Mark Bombek Date: 10-02-2014 LANDSCAPING/STREETSCAPING/BUFFER 1. Buffer Landscaping does not count toward the required landscaping points. Please revise the landscape point calculations to show the calculations that were approved on the previous site plan that noted this change. 2. Provide a general note that 100% coverage of groundcover, decorative paving, decorative rock (not loose), or a perennial grass is required in parking lot islands, swales and drainage areas, the parking lot setback, rights-of-way, and adjacent property disturbed during construction. Reviewed by: Mark Bombek Date: 09-29-14 MISCELLANEOUS 1. Irrigation system must be protected by a Pressure Vacuum Breaker, a Reduced Pressure Principle Back Flow Device, or a Double-Check Back Flow Device, and installed as per City Ordinance 2394. 2. All BackFlow devices must be installed and tested upon installation as per City Ordinance 2394. ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 1 1. Specify the grade for proposed sewer service lines. FYI the minimum grade is 1%. 2. Please provide the proposed elevation inflow and existing outflow elevation for the existing manhole. FYI if elevation difference between sewer inflow & outflow is 2' or greater, a drop connection is going to be required. 3. Please provide grading and erosion control plan. 4. Please provide fire flow demand & building type on site plan. 5. Please include standard details for water service connection. 6. Please include standard detail for sewer manhole connection. Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: September 25, 2014 FIRE 1) No comments at this time Reviewed by: Steve Smith Date: 09/23/2014 SANITATION 1. Sanitation is ok with this project. Just want to make sure that gates open 180 degrees. Reviewed by: Wally Urrutia Date: September 23, 2014 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: wdavis@cstx.gov. 2. The scope of project as shown on submittal does not appear to require the extension of new electrical infrastructure, or the modification of existing electrical infrastructure. Service will be extended from existing metering point by private electrician. If the scope of the project changes to require the addition or modification of electrical infrastructure, then all comments listed here will be in effect. 3. 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. 4. EASEMENTS: All easements on site are existing. Electric facilities will be designed within existing easements. 5. EASEMENTS: If existing easements do not cover any required primary conduit routing or device, the Developer will provide descriptive easements for electric infrastructure as designed by CSU. 6. 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 provides 30' of rigid or IMC conduit for each riser conduit. CSU installs riser. 4. Developer will intercept existing conduit at designated transformers or other existing devices and extend as required. 5. If conduit does not exist at designated transformer or other existing devices, developer will furnish and install conduit as shown on CSU electrical layout. 6. Developer pours electric device pads or footings, i.e. transformers, pull boxes, or other device, per CSU specs and design. 7. Developer installs pull boxes and secondary pedestals per CSU specs and design, Pull boxes and secondary pedestals provided by CSU. 8. 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. 9. To discuss any of the above electrical comments please contact Sam Weido at 979.764.6314. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: 10.01.2014 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University" MEMORANDUM DATE: September 19, 2014 \/}� TO: Consantin Barbu, via; c;pbarbu(a gmail.com "1 FROM: Mark Bombek, Staff Planner SUBJECT: VICTORIA CENTER (SP) Thank you for the submittal of your Site Plan - Commercial application. Kevin Ferrer, Graduate Civil Engineer, 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, October 3, 2014. If you have questions in the meantime, please feel free to contact us. PC: Don Nguyen, via; nhu,at ch1 nn< i, 'o Quach Nhu Kim via USPS; 600 Graham Rd, College Station, TX, 77845 P&DS Project No. 14-00900241 Planning ea'Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.357 0 •FAX. 979.764.3496 cstx.govldevservices CITY OF COIJEGE STATION Home of Texas AerM University" MEMORANDUM DATE: October 23, 2014 TO: Consantin Barbu, via; cpbarbu(c�gmail.com FROM: Mark Bombek, Staff Planner SUBJECT: VICTORIA 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. The next submittal will be the third and final review by staff for this round of reviews. If all items have not been addressed on the next submittal, another $932 processing fee will need to be submitted for the subsequent set of three (3) reviews. 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) revised site and one (1) landscaping plan. 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 call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Case file #14-00900241 PC: Don Nguyen, via; ihuquach1(c�gmail.com Quach Nhu Kim via USPS; 600 Graham Rd, College Station, TX, 77845 P&DS Project No. 14-00900241 Planning 6.Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.3570 •FAX. 979.764.3496 cstx.gov/devservices REVISIONS Date: Nov 3, 2014 To: Mark Bombeck—Staff Planner From: Constantin Barbu - Architect 3522 Midwest Dr, Bryan, Texas 77802 ( 979-575-7310) Re: VICTORIA CENTER—Case File#14-00900241 600 Graham Rd, College Station, Texas PLANNING Item No 1 Building setbacks have been revised on the Site Plan, SP-1 Item No 2 Fire Hydrant has been located on the East side of the Graham St driveway Fire Lanes has been indicated on the Site Plan, SP-1 Item No 3 Building square foot calculations have been revised on Site Plan, SP-1 Item No 4 Public Utility Easements and their recordings have been indicated on Site Plan, SP-1 Item No 5 Not applicable. There is no proposal for additional parking spaces Item No 6 The previous approved Site Plan have been removed Item No 7 The Existing Details has been removed --Item No 8 The Zoning of the adjacent properties have been indicated on Site Plan, SP-1 pAe *rr, Cac.tuu4tem No 9 (roksc. ►9 c, s.114(41 ?) 7 ILERwl Bicycle parking detail have been included as DET#3 on Site Plan, SP-1 Item No 10 General Note regarding screening of mechanical equipment has been added on Site Plan, SP-1 _Item No 11 General Note regarding building lighting has been added on Site Plan, SP-1 LANDSCAPING Item No 1 Landscaping points have been revised on the Site Plan, SP-2 Item No 2 General Note regarding the landscaped areas during construction added on the Site Plan, SP-2 ENGINEERING Item No 1 Construction Entrance and Concrete Wash Area have been indicated on the Site Plan, SP-1 Constantin Barbu -Architect