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Misc 3 • i. • ice' '• • j % ' V LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL = . a • 1 DATE:E: NOVEMBER 17. 2014 s �[ , 4 DELIVERED TO: NAME: CITY OF COLLEGE STATION/ATTN:JESSICA BULLOCK .,,T-: ADDRESS: i 1 nl TP,,XAfi A\TRNTTF -' Ni CITY-ZIP: COLLEGE STATION . TEAS 77842 . . • • 1 SUBJECT: 1201 WELLBORN ROAD ROYAL TOUCH LAUNDRY "• ' ''' ITEMIZED LIST: ''. ' , RESPONSES TO STAFF COMMENTS . EACH DEPARTMENTS COMMENTS ARE ON A SEPERATE PAGE FOR EASE OF DISPERSAL TO DEPARTMENTS HEADS. 4• FROM: • ' CHARLES HENRY PHILIPS, ARCHITECT • : \ 417 WEST BLUM ALVIN TEXAS 77511 - ,•• • .. PHONE: 281 331 5407 1 nio.. 6 ADDRESSING COLLEGE STATION POST SUBMITTAL ISSUES STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO.1 Project Royal Touch Laundry(SP) 14-00900235 ALL RESPONSES BELOW(IN COLOR)ARE BY THE ARCHITECT (ITEMS NOTED BELOW,"NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL", PERTAIN TO INFORMATION REPEATEDLY REQUESTED FROM ISMAIL,THE CONTRACTOR, BY THE ARCHITECT) (THE ENGINEER,CHARLES S., WAS HIRED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND FUNCTIONED INDEPENDENTLY(DID HIS OWN THING)WITHOUT REGARD FOR THE DESIGN OF,OR THE NEEDS OF,THE PROJECT AS A WHOLE). I)Please provide a vicinity map including north arrow and a note saying not to scale DONE 2)Please provide title block with the following information: a.Name,address,location and legal description b.Name,address,and telephone number of applicant c.Name,address and telephone number of developer/owner(if differs from applicant) d.Name,address and telephone number of Architect/Engineer e. Date of submittal f.Total site area. ITEM E NOT AVAILABLE TO ME-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL 3)The Site Plan should be in engineering scale IX)NE 4)Provide ownership and current zoning of all abutting parcels THIS INFORMATION IS SIMPLY NOT AVAILABLE TO ME AND NO ONE WANTS TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL - 5)Please label Wellborn Road as such. Also,provide right of way and street widths on both Wellborn(Road)and Southland Street WELLBORN ROAD ROW&STREET WIDTHS INFORMATION NOT PROVIDED TO ME AND NO ONE WANTS TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL 6)Please provide building height SEE BUILDING ELEVATIONS PAGE A-2 7)Please identify handicap parking space and verify it meets the required minimum van space requirements DONE-SEE ATTACHED PAGES 110, 111,112 OF 2012 TEXAS ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS -THIS FALLS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE REGISTERED ACCESS SPECIALIST WHICH HAS BEEN RETAINED FOR THE JOB-(MY RAS LICENSE NUMBER IS 65) 0 8) Retitle the ":15' landscape easement"to"15' landscape buffer" DONE-WITHIN THIS SAME DOCUMENT, ANOTHER DEPARTMENT HAS REQUIRED THAT IT BE LABELED"PUC" ( PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT) -THUSLY, IT HAS BEEN LABELED AS BEING BOTH 9)Please note that all paved areas should have a 6" monolithic curb. This includes the parking area behind the wheel stops and bollards WAITING ON RESPONSE FROM COLLEGE STATION 10) Please label throat depth length. It should be measured from the street to the first point of conflict in the driveway DONE - SEE SITE PLAN II)Please include utilities on the site plan WATER AND GAS LOCATIONS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN SHOWN - INFORMATION NOT PROVIDED TO ME RE: ELECTRICAL& SEWER-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL 12)What are the following labels related to."Y-S2","W-S2", D-S2", `B-S2","S-S2"? THESE ARE CONCRETE DETAILS ON PAGES S-2 13)Provide curb and driveway details as shown in the Site Design Standards(SDS). Also please label curb radius DONE - DETAILS ON PAGE S-3, CONCRETE DETAILS - I INCREASED THE ENTRY CURB RADIUS FOR CONVENIENCE OF THE SANITATION DEPT- IF NEED BE WE CAN ROTATE THE TIl l HIPSTER ENCLOSURE -l4)Provide standard and thickened paving details as shown in the SDS DONE- PAGFE S-3 15)Provide bike rack details as shown in the SDS. Also verify that four spaces are provided DONE-SEE PAGE S-3 AND SITE PLAN 16)Please show fire hydrant and label fire lanes. 17)Please verify that the mechanical equipment on the roof will be fully screened by the parapet wall_ 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 to not be visible from any public right of way or residential district within 150 feet from the subject lot measured from a point five feet from above grade. Such screening shall be coordinated with the building architecture and scale to maintain a unified appearance. DONE - NOTE AND SITE LONES ARE SIR V, "v ON SITE PLAN(S) - NOTE; REPEATED REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION ON DIMENSIONS OF ROOFTOP AJC UNITS HAVE BEEN IGNORED-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL 18) 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 horizontally. Fixtures will be mounted in such a manner that the projected cone of light does not cross any property line. DONF SHEET SP-L( SITE PLAN LIGHTING)HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE DRAWINGS THIS HAS BEEN DONE BECAUSE THE ENGINEER HIRED BY THE CONTRACTOR.HAS CONSISTANTLY IGNORED DESIGN DRAWINGS PROVIDED BY THE ARCHITECT- DISPITF REPEATED REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION, ARCHITECT HAS NOT EVEN SEEN LATEST ENGINEERING DRAWINGS-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL 19)The city is still in negotiations with the property owner regarding the public access easement along Wellborn Road. Additional information will be provided as soon as it becomes available. THIS HAS BEEN RESOLVED BY CITY - PUE IS SHOWN ON ALL ARCHITECTURAL SITE DRAWINGS 20)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. DONE -(DID THE BEST I COULD) PLANNING II 1. Please provide a list of Sherwin Williams equivalent colors or provide color swatches DONE -BRIGHT MAROON TRIM HAS BEEN SELECTED- 1 UNDERSTAND THAT COLORS COMPRISING UNDER 15%OF THE FACADE NEED NOT BE SELECTED FROM THE CITY LIST -SHERWIN WILLIAMS -FIELD COLOR IS HIGH REFLECTIVE WHITE#7757 TRIM COLOR IS BRIGHT MAROON #C32148 2. Facades facing Wellborn Road and Southland Street are required to have two different elements of architectural relief every 45 feet. The other facades are required to have 2 different elements every 60".The following are types that may be used: a. Canopies, permanent decorative awnings or windows accompanied by overhangs b. Wall plane projections or recessions with a minimum of four feet depth c. Pilasters or columns d. Recessed entries,stoops. Porches or arcades e. Balconies that extend from the building,or f. Decorative stormwater management initiatives physically integrated with the building as approved by the administrator DONE- APPROVED BY MS BULLOCK. 3. No more than 66%of the roof line can be on the same elevation DONE- APPROVED BY MS BULLOCK 4. En general;CMU is not permitted as finished material. Please show materials proposed and the %that will be used on the building and on the dumpster enclosure DONE - PAINTED SPI IT FACE CMt HAS BEEN APPROVFT) BY MS BI't LOCK 5. Because the building is under 5000 square feet, the building may use 100%EFIS, stucco,high build textured paint on concrete to simulate the appearance of EFIS or hardboard, but only if it is painted,or tinted with a minimum of two colors to avoid monotony NOTE _ 'HIS APPROVES EFTS WHICH WAS PREVIOUSLY REJECTED BY MS PAZ WHO REQUIRED ALL MASONRY CONSTRUCTION -THUSLY, PROJECT WAS THEN DESIGNED AS ALL MASONRY AGAINST THE CONTRACTOR'S WISHES 6. For more information,see section 12-7.10 of the Unified Development Ordinance (link to UDO) PREVIOUS ITEMS PERTAIN TO THE ELEVATIONS WHICH HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY MS BULLOCK LANDSCAP1NGSTREETSCAPING/BUFFER I_ In general,CMU is not permitted as a finished material. Please identify material for buffer wall with both sides showing finished material. PAIN El) SPLIT FACE CMU HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR THE BUILDING AND IS PROPOSED FOR THE.BUFFER WALL ON THE PARKING LOT SIDE OF THE WALL- EXCEPT THAT BRICK IS SHOWN ON THE RESIDENTIAL SIDE OF THE WALL - SEE PAGE LS-2 FOR FI FV AT1ONS AND S-3 FOR CONSTRUCTION 2. Please separate and identify landscaping calculations along Wellborn Road and Southland Si The calculation for Southland St is one canopy tree for every 32'of frontage.The calculations on sheet two differ from calculations on sheet one of the landscape plans. Also,add calculations to show that 50%of required points come from canopy trees ITEM 1: DONE - ITEM 2: SOUTHLAND HAS ONE TREE PER 23.2 FEET NOW - ITEM 3: 100%OF LANDSCAPE POINTS ARE FROM CANOPY TREES 3. Remove note on page LS-I which shows 571.2 points required. P 4. Please note buffer plantings do not count toward points. • 5. Please label Wellborn Road Wellborn Road as such 6. Provide a general note that all new plantings must be irrigated. rK )'N 7. Provide a general note and barricade details as shown in the SDS stating that barricades must be in place prior to any activity on the property, including, but not limited to,grading 8. Provide a general note that 100%coverage of groundcover,decorative paving,decorative rock(not loose)or a perineal grass is required in parking lot islands,swales and drainage areas,the parking lot setback, right of ways, and adjacent property disturbed during construction. 9. Please provide landscaping sheet separate from the building plans End bullock comments MISCELLANEOUS 1_ Irrigation system must be protected by Pressure vacuum Breaker,a Reduced Pressure Principle Back Flow Device or a Double Check Back Flow Device and installed as per city ordinance 2394 ; ;,' I=; - SO U111) DOUBLE CHECK BACK FLOW DEVICES ARE TO BE USED 2.All back flow devices must be installed and tested upon installation as per city ordinance 2394 APPROVAL BY THE-ADMINISTRATOR" FOR MANUAL IRRIGATION USING SOAKER HOSES AND IN-GROUND VALVES HAS BEEN GIVEN THE ABOVE NOTES HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE LANDSCAPE DRAWINGS NOTE: AN ADDITIONAL PAGE,MEP-1, HAS BEEN PROVIDED IN THIS SUBMITTAL. THIS PAGE WAS DRAWN BY THE ARCHITECT FOR MEP ENGINEER'S USE AT START OF PROJECT. ENGINEER IGNORED THE ARCHITECT'S PROVISIONS FOR A MANUAL IRRIGATION SYSTEM UTILIZING SOAKER HOSES. ARCHITECT'S COMMENTS FOLLOW: ENGINEERING COMMENTS No, 1. Please show location of lint trap on site plan SHOWED LINT TRAP ON MY MEP SITE PLAN DRAWING BUT WHERE DID CHARLES S.(MEP ENGINEER)SHOW HIS? I STILL DO NOT KNOW WHERE THE SEWER IS-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL 2. Please show proposed/existing utility lines and water and service connections GAS AND WATER POINTS OF CONNECTION ARE SHOWN ON THE ARCH SITE PLAN SEWER AND ELECTRICAL ARE UNDER THE PERVIEW OF CHARLES S .(MEP ENGINEER)WHO HAS PROVIDED ME NO INFORMATION-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL 3. Provide construction details and erosion control plan THOUGHT I DID- NOTED STRAW FILTERS AT OUTFLOW 4. Include the sewer demand on the site plan CHARLES S.(MEP ENGINEER)MUST PROVIDE INFO-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL 5. Your submitted plans indicate that the building type is V-B. Pleas add a note stating the building type and a fire flow demand of 1,500 gallons per minute on the site plan ISMAIL-THIS IS FOR CHARLES S(MEP ENGINEER)TO DO 6 There is an existing power pole depicted on the site drainage plan,please show this on the site plan and confirm that it does not conflict with the masonry wall AT THE START, I TRIED TO DETERMINE POLE LOCATION BY SIGHT LINES BUT TREES IN THE WAY-SURVEYOR INSISTS ON RE-SURVEYING PROPERTY JUST TO LOCATE THE POLE-MEP ENGINEER,CHARLES S.TELLS ISMAIL(CONTRACTOR) THAT HE HAS EVERYTHING APPROVED BY COLLEGE STATION-MY REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION GO UNHEEDED-INSANITY RUNS RAMPANT-NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL OBVIOUSLY, IF POLE NOT UTILIZED, REMOVE IT-IF IT IS USED AND IS IN THE WAY,THEN MOVE IT-THIS IS NOT SO HARD NO RESPONSE FROM ISMAIL 7.. Please replace/repair curb cut along Wellborn Road DONE- SEE SITE PLAN(S) End comments keven ferrer FIRE 1.The entrance anbs(only)need to be painted"fire lane" DONE -SEE SITE PLAN 2. Knox Box is required DONE-SEF SITE PLAN AND FLOOR PLAN End comments steve smith SANITATION 1. Dumpster location is ok with sanitation, however,we prefer that the gates not be placed on the enclosure as stated in the UDO DONE GATES HAVE BEEN REMOVED I HAVE INCREASED ENTRY CURB RADIUS FOR CONVENIENCE OF SANITATION TRUCK End comments wally urrutia eas -7 o ars 0 4 0 THE FOLLOWING COMMENTS FALL PRIMARILY UNDER THE PERVIEW OF THE MEP ENGINEER AND THE SURVEYOR FI.FCTRICAL COMMENTS REQUIRING IMMEDIATE A11 ENTION L SITE PLAN/PLAT: Developer will provide CSU with a digital,AutoCad dwg format version of plat and6or site plan as soon as it is available. E-mail to wdavis@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 approximately 26 weeks. . 3. EASEMENTS: Developer provides temporary blanket easement for construction purposes and upon completion of project must provide descriptive easements for electric infrastructure as designed by CSU 4. EASEMENTS: Developer provides descriptive easements for electric infrastructure as designed by CSU,as shown on plat or site plan 5. If easements are existing,the developer will be responsible for locating easements on the site to insure that electrical infrastructure is installed within easement boundaries 6. The following easements will be required: >Make 15'landscape easement into a 15'PUE SHOWN ON ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN SP-1 > l 0'PUE on landscaped island next to parking space #13 SHOWN ON ARCHITECTURAL SITE.PLAN SP-1 >There is a 3 phase power line available. It will need a 12208 voltage configuration(Tr) fie, \abe15 n°~ Sursz. U-��o . , GENERAL ELECTRICAL.COMMENTS L Developer installs conduit per CSU specs and design 2.CSU 2will provide drawings for4 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 electrical 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 or Weldon Davis at 979 764 5027 Comments by Weldon Davis *00 o f'•" \ p.S 9119 4 5 pr.n.,C t5 o.IT�1? u Z�ari c o•� Orff" FOR OFFICE USE ONLY CASE NO.: 1( \ DATE SUBMITTED: 121 I TIME: 2 b 0 CITY OF COI.1 TGE STATION STAFF: pc� Home ofTexasA6rM University' PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TRANSMITTAL LETTER Please check one of the options below to clearly define the purpose of your submittal. n New Project Submittal I I Incomplete Project Submittal - documents needed to complete an application. Case No.: VT Existing Project Submittal. Case No.: tut,23S Project Name rap y Contact Name Phone Number We are transmitting the following for Planning & Development Services to review and comment(check all that apply): I Comprehensive Plan Amendment Non-Residential Architectural Standards I Rezoning Application - Irrigation Plan Master Development Plan _ Variance Request I Preliminary Plat _- Development Permit Final Plat r Conditional Use Permit I Development Plat J FEMA CLOMA/CLOMR/LOMA/LOMR Site Plan I I Grading Plan Special District Site Plan U Other- Please specify below I I Special District Building /Sign Landscape Plan INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS All infrastructure documents must be submitted as a complete set. The following are included in the complete set: n Comprehensive Plan Amendment - Waterline Construction Documents I I TxDOT Driveway Permit I I Sewerline Construction Documents I I TxDOT Utility Permit - Street Construction Documents I I Drainage Letter or Report Easement Application n Fire Flow Analysis — Other- Please specify Special Instructions: 10/10I Print.Form I FOR OFFICE,USE ONLY CASE NO.: 1 , DATE SUBMITTED: • L_I TIME: to •O �! CITY OF COLLEGE STATION STAFF: Home of Teras Alf*University' PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TRANSMITTAL LETTER Please check one of the options below to clearly define the purpose of your submittal. O New Project Submittal ❑ Incomplete Project Submittal-documents needed to complete an application. Case No.: Existing Project Submittal. Case No.: H Project Name fib\p I 1d uaA Contact Name Phone Number We are transmitting the following for Planning&Development Services to review and comment(check all that apply). O Comprehensive Plan Amendment ❑ Non-Residential Architectural Standards ❑ Rezoning Application ❑ Irrigation Plan O Conditional Use Permit ❑ Variance Request ❑ Preliminary Plan ❑ Development Permit ❑ Final Plat Development Exaction Appeal ❑ Development Plat ❑ FEMA CLOMA/CLOMRILOMA/LOMR ❑ Site Plan 0 Grading Plan ❑ Special District Site Plan ❑ Other- Please specify below ❑ Special District Building/Sign ❑ Landscape Plan INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS All infrastructure documents must be submitted as a complete set. The following are included in the complete set: ❑ Comprehensive Plan Amendment Waterline Construction Documents ❑ ❑ TxDOT Driveway Permit ❑ Sewerline Construction Documents ❑ TxDOT Utility Permit ❑ Street Construction Documents ❑ ❑ Easement Application Drainage Letter or Report ❑ Fire Flow Analysis ❑ Other- Please specify Special Instructions: 10110 TRANSMITTAL LETTER DATE: December 15, 2014 TO: Jessica Bullock, Staff Planner FROM: Charles Philips, 'charles rhonda@sbcglobal.net SUBJECT: ROYAL TOUCH LAUNDRY(SP) Architect reviewed list from staff of College Station and revised as necessary. City of College Station Transmittal Letter Memo providing written responses to all of staff's comments, identifying 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 (KM-1, SP-1, LS-1, LS-2, SD-1, MEP- 1, S-3, S-1, SPL-1, a sheet with College Station Constructions Detail Guidelines) 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 979.764.3767. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Vijay Kumar, via; riasirsa@yahoo.com Ismail Owaisi, 'eyezcomconstruction@diyahoo.com' Sonny Casarez, sonnycasarez@yahoo.com Case file#14-00900235 Project: Royal Touch Laundry(SP)- 14-00900235 PLANNING 1. Please add date of submittal to the sheet SP-1, September 8, 2014. DONE 2. Please add ownership and current zoning of all abutting parcels as shown below, For the commercial property to the east—SW Bee Creek Investors LLC SWC EIB LLC & SWC VVRM LLC, William Brooke Hunter Estates, Lot 1R, GC General Commercial For the property at 104 Southland St please label - Dorothy Rainwater, Southland, Block 2, Lot 6, GS General Suburban DONE 3. Please add the following to Southland St and Wellborn Rd labels Southland Street—40' ROW vol. 134, pg. 423 Wellborn Road—Varying width approximately 80' ROW vol. 171, pg. 181 DONE 4. Revise the site plan sheets to show all paved areas with a 6" monolithic curb as you have done on the drainage sheet. DONE 5. Provide driveway details as shown in the Site Design Standards (SOS). Also please label curb radii along Southland Street. In order to be in compliance it should measure between 25-30 feet. DONE 6. The easement should be labeled Public Access Easement and please provide " below the label as well. I will fill in the volume and page. DONE 7. Remove the "Lighting Notes"on page SPL-1. Outdoor lighting needs to meet College Station Unified Development Ordinance. DONE 8. Please provide sheet A-2 separate from set. ISMAIL HAS BEEN NOTIFIED TO DO THAT 9. Please remove"requested by city" on the labels for pilasters. The ordinance requires elements of architectural relief. Pilasters are just one way to meet this requirement. DONE 10. Light poles are not permitted in a PUE, please remove. DONE 11. On the next submittal please ensure that sheets are consistent with each other. For example, you show that the gates originally proposed on the dumpster will be removed. However on sheet MEP-1 you show the gates. I TRIED 12. Link to the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) and Site Design Standards http://www.cstx.gov/Index.aspx?page=3016. The following link will take you directly to Article 7 of the UDO -Article 7 - UDO 13. Link to the Bryan/College Station Unified Design Standards- http://www.bcsunited.net/ 14. 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. REQUIREMENT FOR 6" CURBS REQUIRED REVISIONS BEING DONE TO SITE DRAINAGE LANDSCAPING/STREETSCAPING/BUFFER 1. Please revise and show the streetscaping calculations along Wellborn Rd and Southland St as follows. Wellborn Rd— 146 feet of frontage/25=6 trees required and 6 provided. Southland St— 116 feet of frontage/32 =4 trees required and 5 provided. DONE 2. Please add points and quantity for the shrubs back to the calculations. The comment that buffer plantings do not count towards points referred to plantings in the 15' landscape buffer. This will change the percentage of points from canopy trees so please revise. DONE 3. Landscaping required in the buffer is as follows, A minimum of one(1) 1.25-inch caliper non-canopy tree per fifteen (15) linear feet of landscaping buffer. T ne Administrator may allow the substitution of a minimum of one (1)five- gallon shrub at a minimum of three (3)feet in height per three (3) linear feet of landscaping buffer for the non-canopy tree requirement, and A minimum of one (1)two-inch caliper canopy tree per twenty-five (25) linear feet of landscape buffer. DONE 4. Please remove CMU construction note on sheet LS-2. DONE 5. Please add the following note to the landscape plan, All approved landscaping will be maintained and preserved by the property owner. DONE ENGINEERING COMMENTS NO. 2 1. Please show location of lint trap on site plan. A 1500 gallon lint trap was shown on the plumbing plan. As requested by building this also needs to be shown on the site plan. DONE 2. Please show proposed and existing utility lines and service connections (water meters for irrigation and building, and sewer connection). The Utility department would want you guys to connect to the 6" PVC water line at the rear of the property where also the water meter would be located. DONE 3. Please attached the city of College station's construction details on your sets. The site drainage map may be used as erosion control/grading plan. However please show erosion control measures being applied to this site (silt fences, construction exit, etc.) DONE 4. Provide water and sewer demands on the site plan. The utility department will check if the 6" sewer line will have sufficient capacity for your proposed sewer demand. WATER DEMANDS ARE SHOWN 5. Please add a note on the site plan stating that the building type is V-B and that the required fire flow demand is 1,500 gallons per minute. DONE 6. Please show the depicted power pole on the site drainage map on the site plan, and confirm that it does not conflict with the masonry wall. If the pole has to be relocated or removed, you guys will need to collaborate with the CSU Electric department. According to GIS it appears the power pole might be located slightly on the adjacent property. Please removed it from the plans if it is not located on the property. Please verify this. DONE Reviewed by: Kevin Ferrer Date: 12/4/14 Meter Sizing Worksheet Project&Owner Information Project Name ROYAL TOUCH LAUNDRY Project Address 1201 WELLBORNE COLLEGE STATION TEXAS, TEXAS Project Lot&Square Owner's Name Vijay Kumar Owner's Address Ismail Owaisi, 'eyezcomconstruction@yahoo.com' Owner's phone or email Designer Information Designer's Name Charlie S. Designer's Company Benchmark Designer's phone and/or email bdi- s a(,yahoo.com Type of Occupancy Hotel Shopping Center Restaurant School Public Building Office Washteria_X_ Hospital Apartment Condominiums Commercial Single Family Home Hydrant Flow Test Results Static Pressure: Residual Pressure: A hydrant flow test is required for a water connection 3"diameter and larger. If your connection is 2"and smaller assume a working pressure at meter discharge of 60 psi and a pressure adjustment factor of 1.0. See page 2 of 5. Indoor Fire Detector Check Installation? No X Yes Designer has confirmed that the drainage system has the capacity to handle flow test. Comments Need Static&Residual Pressure for Fire Dept.within this vicinity City of College Station Water Use Only The information provided in this application has been reviewed and approved. Tracking No: Reviewer Date page 1 of 5 d iit water is life Project Name: ROYAL TOUCH LAUNDRY Commerical Demand (Continuous) Fixture value Number of Total Fixture Fixture Type(standardized at 60 psi) (gpm) Fixtures Value(gpm) Bathtub 8 x = 0 Bedpan Washers 10 x = 0 Bidet 2 x = 0 Dental Unit 2 x = 0 Drinking Fountain(public) 2 x = 0 Faucet(kitchen sink) 2.2 x = 0 Faucet(lavatory) 1.5 x 2 = 3 Shower Head(shower only) 2.5 x 1 = 3 Faucet(utility sink) 4 x = 0 Urinal(flush valve) 35 x = 0 Urinal(wall or stall) 16 x = 0 Urinal Trough(2 ft. unit) 2 x = 0 Toilet Flush Valve 35 x 2 = 70 Toilet Tank Type 4 x = 0 Dishwasher 2 x = 0 Commerical Washers 15 x 40 = 600 Hose(50 ft length wash down) 1/2"connection 5 x 1 = 5 Hose(50 ft length wash down) 1/2"connection 9 x 5 = 45 Hose(50 ft length wash down) 3/4"connection 12 x 1 = 12 other x = 0 Total Fixture Value = 738 Water Flow Demand per fixture value(Figures 1 &2 (see page 5 of 5))gpm = 148 Pressure adjustment factor(Table 1 (see page 4 of 5)) = 0.90 Water Flow Demand x Pressure Factor gpm = 133.0 Total Commerical Demand gpm = 133 page 2 of 5 . : .ter is i) 1-0 Project Name: ROYAL TOUCH LAUNDRY Irrigation Demand(Intermittent) 100 Fixture Value Sq. Ft. Factor (gpm) Irrigated Area with SPRAY Systems 40 x 1.16 = 46.4 Irrigated Area with ROTARY Systems 50 x 0.40 = 20 Number of Hose Bibs 6 x 6.5 = 39 Sub-Total Irrigation Demand (Irrigation + Hose Bib)gpm = 105.4 Pressure adjustment factor(Table 1 (see page 4 of 5)) = Sub-Total Irrigation Demand x Pressure Factor gpm = 90 Total Fixed Demands(if any)gpm = 0 Total Irrigation Demand gpm = 90 Mechanical Demand (Continuous andlor Intermittent) Total Continuous Mechanical Demand*gpm = Total Intermittent Mechanical Demand*gpm = *Mecham water demand refers to the intermittent and/or continuous operation of process equipment,cooling towers,NC systems,wash down systems,etc.It is the responsibility of the MEP to determine those demand values based on type of equipment and usage. Fire Demand, if required by code(Intermittent) Does the building require a fire pump?) f yes U No Actual Fire Flow Demand (Per NFPA requirements)gpm = Pump Test Demand (if required, 150%of actual demand)gpm = 0 Fire Service Lateral Sizing Fire Service Lateral Size(in) = N/A See Table 4 on page 4 of 5.The velocity in the lateral must be 5 15 fps. Meter Selection** Combined Meter Size(in)2" Domestic Meter Size(in) **You will have either a large(3"or more)separate domestic and fire services Or a small(2"or less)combined service Acceptance Criteria Verification(refer to Tables 2& 3 on page 4 of 5) Dedicated Commercial Service Only Normal Operating Demand= Is the flow rate within the W +Mechanical(cont.)gpn 133 <_ gpm Max Rate for Cont. Operation? Total Flow Thru Meter=Washteria+Irrigation+ Is the flow rate within Mechanical(cont.)+Mechanical(inter.)gpm 223 5 gpm Safe Max Operating Capacity? Combined Domestic&Fire Service(for 2"and small services) Total flow through meter= Is the flow rate within Domestic+Irrigalion+Mechanical(cont.+inter)+Fire 223 5 gpm Safe Max Operating Capacity? If your meter is sized smaller or larger than recommended please provide an explanation. RECOMMEND THE 2"WATER METER page 3 of 5 THIS SFEET 1a f INIffCMAATfONAti_FRblt ilt (#I*1L1 ti lIFITItOtlattillW It l 1I::';:l UM Table 1 Pressure adjustment factors(60 psi) Working Pressure at Pressure Adjustment Meter Discharge(psi) Factor 35 0.74 40 0.80 50 0.90 60 1.00 70 1.09 80 1.17 90 1.25 100 1.34 1. Copyright 2004 American Water Works Association Sizing Water Service Lines and Meters M22, All Rights Reserved. 2. Working pressure at meter discharge=Static pressure in the main. Information is obtained from a fire hydrant flow test. 3. A hydrant flow test is required for a water connection 3"diameter and larger. If your connection is 2"and smaller assume a working pressure at meter discharge of 60 psi and a pressure adjustment factor of 1.0. See page 2 of 5. Table 2 Cold-Water Meters-Displacement Type, Bronze Main Case Normal Operating Recommended Max Rate Safe Max Meter Size Low Flow Registration Range for Continuous Operations Operating Capacity 1-inch 3/4 gpm 3-50 gpm 25 gpm 50 gpm 1 1/2 inch 1 1/2 gpm 5-100 gpm 50 gpm 100 gpm 2-inch 2 gpm 8-160 gpm 80 gpm 160 gpm Copyright 2003 American Water Works Association C700-02, All Rights Reserved. Table 3 Cold-Water Meters-Turbine Type,for Customer Service I Normal Operating Recommended Max Rate Safe Max Meter Size _Low Flow Registration Range for Continuous Operations _ Operating Capacity 3-inch - 8-435 gpm 350 gpm 435 gpm 4-inch - 15-750 gpm 650 gpm 750 gpm 6-inch - 30-1,600 gpm 1,400 gpm 1,600 gpm 8-inch - 50-2,800 gpm 2,400 gpm 2,800 gpm 10-inch - 75-4,200 gpm 3,500 gpm 4,200 gpm 12-inch - 120-5,300 gpm 4,400 gpm 5,300 gpm Copyright 2007 American Water Works Association C701-07, All Rights Reserved. Table 4 Fire Service Lateral Velocity Check Fire Service Fire Service Flow Rate thru Flow Rate thru V(fps) = Lateral Diameter(in) Lateral Area (sf) Fire Lateral*(gpm) Fire Lateral(cfs) Q (cfs)/A(sf) 2"diameter 0.02 350 0.77 35.17 3"diameter 0.05 350 0.77 15.69 4"diameter 0.09 350 0.77 8.85 6"diameter 0.20 350 0.77 3.92 8"diameter 0.35 350 0.77 2.20 10"diameter 0.54 350 0.77 1.41 12"diameter 0.79 350 0.77 0.98 *If NO fire pump is required-enter the actual fire flow demand per NFPA requirements in this entire column. If a fire pump IS required-enter the pump test demand in this column. The pipe size that returns a velocity less than 15 fps is the target pipe size for the fire service. page 4 of 5 THIS SHEET IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, DO NOT INCLUDE IN SUBMISSION. 150 f I t " 140 —,— ooe.asic the i - i - 8 i - i s 130 --i— No�dis - ' flfl" 120 ---1,-- r r '" ` ! n e ! a 1 / 110 —T ltiiaBrtpnlfa _ 1 a •—' : t 100 ----r— 1 _ I I f I ((� a i Qoinaic Ur* I It Opee ris i j t Domestic Use Only 70 r N r No Infusion I MesaParka i i • t ' Toiler 60 _ I' ' I ' , r i f r--T-- 50 1 l r t ! 1 I ! t i i 40 tom. t k I I ! - r 1 i 30 ! . ' r 1 - - ; 4 I iI 20 i I 1 { f l i -€ r 10 I € ; I I i I ' ! 0 100 200 300 400 500 800 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200 1.300 Combined Fixture Value 400 !.. Pj, I;.. +., l! !I Z It 1 -f IT 7 II i 1 f! I; I .. T e ll i i I DorresMctles , ; ; Iii i 1 350 rtl[ j 3 t . I .I 1 , t , Hotels Shopping Centers I 'I ' 300 punts RideSdwoie ' IS 1 1 250Hospitals I TS 1 apartments Cciadominiums e 200 ,Mwte 1 0 , Parks I 1111111.111 -- Domestic Use Day a 150 �� do trrlgslan 1 50 - 0 _10 1 2 3' 4 5 6 7 •8 9 10 11 ,12 13 Combined Fixed Value, 103 units Figure 2: Water Flow Demand per Fixture Value—High Range page 5 of 5 Ell* "'"11111•1111.11111MM — 1111=1■ Mr Mi.M MOM Mr WWI VW '1111 CONSTRUCTION SITE NOTICE FOR THE Texas Commission on Environmental Quality(TCEQ) Storm Water Program TPDES GENERAL PERMIT TXR150000 The following information is posted in compliance with Part II.D.2. of the TCEQ General Permit Number TXR150000 for discharges of storm water runoff from construction sites. Additional information regarding the TCEQ storm water permit program may be found on the internet at: http://www.tceq.state.tx.us/permitting/eater_quality/stormwater/TXR15_AIR.html I Contact Name and Phone Number: k\ 31( 0vvc v k g3Z GOA ck1(3S Project Description: Ro \_)\ \\ \O ff` _\ 1 �vo�� (Physical address or description of the site's ` c -v �U`�� location, estimated start date and projected end \ 1...0 \ Wim\ V '0'OA date, or date that disturbed soils will be stabilized) _ \ \''S •VP‘v V C2VA- - \ Ev, A-e-- �- \ tz' n- 's Location of Storm Water Pollution c::, <l\- —Prevention Plan For Construction Sites Authorized Under Part II.D.2. (Obtaining Authorization to Discharge) the following certification must be completed: I 64A,0- �\ r� J v�'"A (Typed or Printed Name Person Completing This Certification)certify under penalty Of law that I have read and understand the eligibility requirements for claiming an authorization under Part Il.D.2.of TPDES General Permit TXR150000 and agree to comply with the terms of this permit. A storm water pollution prevention plan has been developed and implemented according to permit requirements. A copy of this signed notice is supplied to the operator of the MS4 if discharges enter an MS4 system. I am aware there are significant penalties for providing false information or for conducting unauthorized discharges,including the possibility of fine and impiso nt for nowing violations. e______-)--, . \ - \ \ �- Signature and Title Date Clay Associates Design Build 7322 Southwest Freeway Arena Towers I Clay A Suite 1888 Houston Texas 77074 Phone:832-630-4779 • Email:Clayassoc3lgmail.com - CLIENTS NAME Date:06/11/2015 ENGINEER'S NAME - Royal Touch Laundromat Bruce Clay 1000 Kleckley Road Houston Texas 77085 CONTRACT AMOUNIj $19,221.20 AMOUNT DESCRIPTION EST.COST UNIT Qty.or Area REMAINING 1 Sanitary Sewer Pipeline Const. 2 3 Mobilation $2,500 Is $2,250.00 4 s.f. 5 Traffic Control $250.00 days 5.00 $1,250.00 6 7 CONSTRUCTION 8 9 C-900 Sanitary Sewer Pipeline(6") 125 If 30.00 $3,750.00 10 Removal of existin roadway surface $9.80 sy 80.00 $784.00 11 4'Dia.San.Manhole $2,800.00 ea. 1.00 $2,800.00 12 Trench Bacfill Material $10.50 ton 40.00 $420.00 13 Roadway Patching $52.00 sy 30.00 $1,560.00 14 ea. 15 Engineering ea. 2,563.00 $2,563.00 16 ea. 17 ea. 18 ea. 19 ea. 20 ea. 21 ea. Y2 ea. 23 ea. 24 ea. 25 ea. 26 ea. 27 sf 28 29 30 ic a) 31 32 34 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 as 47 48 �•'(11 49 50 Total Construction Cost \ $12,814.00 LOAN SUMMARY DRAW SUMMARY CONSTRUCTION FUNDS FROM LOAN $0.00 AMOUNT APPROVED TO DISBURSE $0.00 DEPOSIT FROM BORROWER $0.00 AMOUNT DISBURSED TO DATE TOTAL COST OF CONSTRUCTION $15,377.00 100.0%AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR FUNDING 50.00 profit 53,544.20 25.0% Total $19,221.20 25.0%AMOUNT REQUESTED TOTAL COMPLETE TO DATE $19,22120 PLEASE COMMENT ON PROPERTY TOTAL AMOUNT OF THIS DRAW $19,221.20 COMMERCIAL RENOVATION CONTRACTOR'S SIGNATURE DATE rPECTOWS SIGNATURE DATE Bruce Clay . ►er1 ar '7Uv e sanipte �'d .� CSI 9:� � 1 recti.)1(1‘( c cc -.�)e ' — (.93 -44.G 1_____UticCr- • ‘ACI: r onsCk lam._ + 45- - rio v3 21 aP oris__--- (p0 -art--e- S cone, , rwA n col ori Lai torirk Coosa . . . rn geAtvelduj sho«' w Grrit • CrAU i5 not k"eGl f' a Wog- v a CCn G'deo - e r 4 ►Ad(mkt. 1200 kr_ Acc. ss eials�— 1 coat) ort _-� C� ' 'rt wlec- cede✓ a � Rosst v)Mod'e — t'F (9-e- t ,tel U c Is t . 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Jessica Bullock From: Jessica Bullock Sent: Friday, October 31, 2014 3:58 PM To: 'eyezcomconstruction@yahoo.com' Subject: Progress for the project Ismail, This email is to help explain how the project has progressed. There was a Pre-Application Conference meeting in April of this year. These meetings provide an opportunity for us to meet with the applicant and discuss questions regarding the site and how their plans will meet the ordinance before official plans are submitted for review. After that meeting, there was continued correspondence with a planner, but all review was still in a preliminary manner. That planner is no longer with the city which is how you and I began communicating in July. Mr. Charles Philips forwarded some of the previous emails he had with the other planner and it confirmed that all revisions where in order to get to the formal site plan submittal which occurred 9/8/14. I reviewed the submitted documents and sent comments back for revisions on the 26th. The site plan portion was placed on hold until the easement for the sidewalk along Wellborn was dedicated. In the meantime, I have been working with Mr. Philips to bring the Non-Residential Architectural (NRA) design into compliance with the ordinance. Now that we have the easement documentation,we can move forward. Please use the comments sent back on the 26th to revise the documents and resubmit the plans. I will also be sending another email with some additional information on how to address the sidewalk and NRA standards. As long as all of my comments are addressed in the resubmittal, in line with the ordinance, and there are no changes that warrant additional comments,the plans can be approved. Once plans are approved,the next step after that would be to get the building permit. If you have any other questions feel free to give me a call. Jessica Bullock Staff Planner Planning & Development Services City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 1101 Texas Avenue College Station,TX 77842 Office: 979.764.3570 Fax: 979.764.3496 Email:jbullock@cstx.gov Website: www.cstx.gov 1 FOR OFFICE USE ONLY CASE NO.: I Z35 , (kr DATE SUBMITTED: 1 l CX 1 \ TIME: 2,..3c) CITY OF COLLEGE STATION STAFF: AT Home of Trxar AdM Univnsitj , PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TRANSMITTAL LETTER Please check one of the options below to clearly define the purpose of your submittal. ❑ New Project Submittal ❑ Incomplete Project Submittal-documents needed to complete an application. Case No.: Existing Project Submittal. Case No.: I Project Name 20Ut \ D CY-N Contact Name Phone Number We are transmitting the following for Planning&Development Services to review and comment(check all that apply). ❑ Non-Residential Architectural Standards Comprehensive Plan Amendment ❑ ❑ ❑ Irrigation Plan Rezoning Application ❑ ❑ Conditional Use Permit Variance Request ❑ Preliminary Plan ❑ Development Permit ❑ Final Plat ❑ Development Exaction Appeal ❑ Development Plat ❑ FEMA CLOMA/CLOMR/LOMA/LOMR ❑ Site Plan ❑ Grading Plan 0 Special District Site Plan ❑ Other- Please specify below ❑ Special District Building/Sign rel Landscape Plan INF' TR CT RE • • E GI _ER NG 'OC E, All infrastructure documents must be submitted as a complete set. The following are included in the complete set: Comprehensive Plan Amendment ❑ Waterline Construction Documents ❑ TxDOT Driveway Permit ❑ Sewerline Construction Documents ❑ TxDOT Utility Permit ❑ Street Construction Documents 0 ❑ Easement Application Drainage Letter or Report ❑ Fire Flow Analysis ❑ Other- Please specify Special Instructions: 10110 .tea how and etnp irr O rlor, madsjerr, CteS1803mod toe. 't eco ag cppro,p ro-4Q 1201 WELLBORN ROAD - IRRIGATION Ms Bullock I understand that the City of College Station normally requires that new commercial construction have an automated sprinkler system to irrigate the project's landscaping. I also understand that the developer may request that aorta011111111111111111MMIONNWillibe approved by the Administrator. Therefore, I wish to request that the Administrator please review the specifics of our project and approve the latter system. My reasons for this request are as follows: 1) My client, Ismail, has asked me to make this request. 2) Our site is quite s ,. . e• ••- is • • 1 ..all autom Yed.systemto provide a—mate_ 3) Our small site is totally divided down the middle by the parking lot. The north-east side is totally exposed to the the sun for the full day. The south-west side is mostly shaded by the building and a string of six mature oak trees. This„grata,two grktirely_d tent_enyironments, eaellAwithentirelyZifferingirrigatioanmds. Such conditions require the judgement of a human. An automated irrigation system does not know when the plants need water, nor how much. 5) My personal reasons: My personal opinion of the pop-up sprinkler system is very low. In our part of Texas: Houston, Galveston, Clear Lake (NASA) it is common to see water spraying on the street, irrigating sidewalks and parking lots, and water running down the street gutters. The soaker hose is location specific and much more water conservation efficient. 4) If you read the same paper that I read, you are aware that Texas is in what has come to be called a"Water War". Cities, such as Houston, are struggling to find sources for water. Cities are looking to treat raw sewage in order to provide potable water for their residents. San Antonio is fighting to install a 150 mile water pipeline to steal water from those up north. Rice farmers are having to shut down operations because they are not being allocated water from the rivers. Oyster reefs, and even bay mussels, are dying because of the diversion of fresh water inflow to the bays. The Whooping Crane population is being endangered because of upstream diversion for cities, farmers and industry. Three quarters of the San Jacinto battleground has sunk twelve feet and now lies eight feet under Galveston bay due to groundwater pumping. When I was young, groundwater could be found six to eight feet below the ground in this part of the country. I recently viewed a soils test hole in which the dirt from thirty feet down was not even damp. Private residential water wells down here are constantly being abandoned and replaced with ever deeper wells. When I was a kid, our first well was twenty feet deep. Our second was sixty.Now, they start at two hundred feet. All of this, and yet the wealthy elite must water their golf courses and their landscaping while others are hurting. This is why I oppose the extravagance of the automatic sprinkling devices. That is why I propose the far more environmentally friendly use of manually operated soaker hoses. Thank you for your consideration. Charles H Philips, Architect Jessica Bullock From: Jessica Bullock Sent: Friday, October 31, 2014 4:59 PM To: 'riasirsa@yahoo.com' Cc: 'eyezcomconstruction@yahoo.com'; 'charles_rhonda@sbcglobal.net Subject: Royal Touch Laundromat Attachments: P0045274.doc; P0045273.doc; 1201 Wellborn Easement.pdf Hello, This email is to follow up on staff comments that were sent on 9/26. Now that the public access easement along Wellborn Road is signed it can be shown on the site plan. Attached to this email, I have included original comments for the project submittal and the easement drawing for your convenience. Please add and label a Public Access Easement to the site plan as it is shown on the attached document, 15'-20' wide. Please also include the following label for it "volume/page numbers, / ". Please revise the site plan to also show that the sidewalk proposed by the City along Wellborn Rd will be 6' back of curb. As stated in the original comments and discussed with Mr. Philips, a 6' back of curb sidewalk is required to be built by the development along Southland St connecting to the sidewalk along Wellborn Rd, which should also be shown. While the easement was worked on, Mr. Philips and I have been going over the Non Residential Architectural Standards submittal. In addition to the comments attached to this email, please ensure that the comments in our email correspondence are addressed. Once all comments have been addressed in compliance with the ordinance, plans can be approved. After that the next step would be to get the building permit. Please feel free to give me a call with any questions, Jessica Bullock Staff Planner Planning & Development Services City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 1101 Texas Avenue College Station, TX 77842 Office: 979.764.3570 Fax: 979.764.3496 Email:jbullock@cstx.gov Website:www.cstx.gov t FOR OFFICE USE ONLY CASE NO.: ` 1LA J [ � DATE SUBMITTED: TIME: 7 i CITY OF 0011 FOE STATION STAFF: C:1 Home ofTexasA&M University' ��// PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TRANSMITTAL LETTER Please check one of the options below to clearly define the purpose of your submittal. 1 New Project Submittal I I Incomplete Project Submittal - documents needed to complete an application. Case No.: Existing Project Submittal. Case No.: 14/"-Z5. Project Name 11,w 4g IU ( (C61, Contact Name Phone mber We are transmitting the following for Planning & Development Services to review and comment (check all that apply): I Comprehensive Plan Amendment U Non-Residential Architectural Standards Rezoning Application ^ Irrigation Plan n Master Development Plan n Variance Request n Preliminary Plat ^ Development Permit Final Plat E. Conditional Use Permit Development Plat FEMA CLOMA/CLOMR/LOMA/LOMR Site Plan — Grading Plan I Special District Site Plan — Other- Please specify below Special District Building / Sign I Landscape Plan INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS All infrastructure documents must be submitted as a complete set. The following are included in the complete set: Comprehensive Plan Amendment [ I Waterline Construction Documents 1 TxDOT Driveway Permit L Sewerline Construction Documents 1 TxDOT Utility Permit Street Construction Documents I I Drainage Letter or Report I I Easement Application n Fire Flow Analysis I I Other- Please specify Special Instructions: 10110 I Print.Form 'I Staff Initials VI PRE-APPLICATION CONFERENCE me.. 'bate: 1'(V, S Time: 11:3o Drawings/Plans due by Date: N41 Time: NA (Drawings are due by Monday at 10am;if the Monday is a holiday then they are due by the pervious Friday atl Dam) Main Contact: Phone Number: E-mail Address: Others: E-mail Address: 01 Project address,location or legal description: Toudo Lj (A,1drorncdr �wafter() q0\ 0j Number of acres in development: . 25 a C Type of development(retail,apts,single-family,restaurant,etc.): Building Total Square Footage: City Staff Present: BUILDING PLANNING ❑ Chris Haver,Building Official Rachel Lazo,Planning Tech GREENWAYS,BICYCLE,PEDESTRIAN ❑ Jason Schubert,Principal Planner ❑ Venessa Garza,Greenways Program Mgr. gi Jennifer Prochazka,Principal Planner DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION ❑ Jessica Bullock,Staff Planner ❑ Bridgette George,Development Coord. ❑Jerry Cuaron,Staff Planner ❑ Brittany Caldwell,Admin.Support Specialist ❑ Mark Bombek,Staff Planner ADMINISTRATION ENGINEERING ❑ Lance Simms,Director ❑ Alan Gibbs,City Engineer ❑ Molly Hitchcock,Asst.Director Carol Cotter,Sr.Asst.City Engineer ❑ Danielle Singh.Transportation Plan.Coord. FIRE ❑ Erika Bridges,Graduate Civil Engineer ❑ Eric Dotson,Deputy Fire Marshal X Kevin Ferrer,Graduate Civil Engineer ❑ Steve Smith,Deputy Fire Marshal CSU ELECTRICAL ❑ Raymond Olson,Deputy Fire Marshal ❑ Gilbert Martinez,Elect.Proj.Coord.Supv. CSU WATER SERVICES ❑Sam Weido,Elect.Proj.Coord. ❑ Stephen Maldonado,Asst.City Engineer ❑ Eric Horton,Elect.Proj.Coord. Gnn a /Arth Others in Attendance: iSrr�;1 O VVOi51 ' C Y 1 ec `Ph•i I I p } y\,q Cas' L- '`' , V rept Contact: (applicant)on following issues: gC kAYNi .Inet Pm e -p(O r-eq uvreil S ectickahrbYtil r . ro-f\fi •Ir e est Site Plan Building: WOW& reedy tel be Svomiped seraaely (Ai) , rexv\cve noes"reques NRA: 0-AO., of pilaSSerS - provide. note. re irsrnartJr color' rceni-acy on aQ4 f'acachS, •Ne& rewon radi AS Access/Driveways: Parking: �: '►.'),�:.t�,i.�.�.'h._;!.(. Ze-1(YMOV2 CWA CwRS' rucdifl (\cote CLS Landscaping: acid y L x3 i r\-h0 Pert Ca__w�c h OA S ft,r tc ckcCo pisv� add bum pl anti ryj5 - r r - caac, a *s Streetscaping: Dumpster: cud, not rcw ttghtc& ivy PUE rover n04e Lighting: Or SPL. 1. Specific Use of Standards: Possible Variance/ Waiver Requests: Please add kik _-to pla.AS tha.i"ate i.91-).S 00\11 be Per mi lled s eli Signs: CA2) _dl cA3-ed e icy eaSeAVaxV. sok. rp --- &e+we& C'ASiSi-en Fi-eS oh dv S ,efc. isc.: ><can 14eeP n ott Mat c-1 requi res dumps•Ver OovVes to be- re vv‘ove.d * Show l ocodi on of- tint tap onSi 1-e.-Plan ak-61dZ v ok-Q_ pomp- owr i5 1€ YbU2- fbir vv a t ri�eNLrI ce ` FOR OFFICE SE ONLY CASE NO.: DATE SUBMITTED: re---) CI S 111 kr TIME: k I )t) CITY OF Coi i ECT STATION STAFF: f\,3 Home of Texas A6-A1 University" PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TRANSMITTAL LETTER Please check one of the options below to clearly define the purpose of your submittal. ] New Project Submittal E Incomplete Project Submittal -documents needed toclete an application. Case No.: Existing Project Submittal. Case No.: \� . '2„9/7 Project Name ISO t. 1u I u t A Contact Name -51444.-151444././ Phone Number We are transmitting the following for Planning & Development Services to review and comment(check all that apply): ❑ Comprehensive Plan Amendment ❑ Non-Residential Architectural Standards E Rezoning Application E Irrigation Plan ❑ Conditional Use Permit E Variance Request n Preliminary Plan ❑ Development Permit n Final Plat ❑ Development Exaction Appeal ❑ Development Plat ❑ FEMA CLOMA/CLOMR/LOMA/LOMR M- Site Plan ] Grading Plan ,1 Special District Site Plan Other Please specify below �'I `�Y1��,• ❑ Special District Building/Sign ( Yip(A,( !011 Y 1 E Landscape Plan rH, lie e r e s i,/i it /-e INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS kF p s,'-fe P141 All infrastructure documents must be submitted as a complete set. 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Case No.: (l — Project Namelj \ `�G� V 4� CJt'C� 0°M�� Contact Name \SVv\o\� A� W \� \ Phone Number ^ `'\—\ S We are transmitting the following for Planning & Development Services to review and comment (check all that apply): Comprehensive Plan Amendment — Non-Residential Architectural Standards Rezoning Application fl Irrigation Plan Master Development Plan n Variance Request 1 I Preliminary Plat —1 Development Permit 1 Final Plat I Conditional Use Permit 1 Development Plat n FEMA CLOMA/CLOMR/LOMA/LOMR U Site Plan - Gr g Plan 1 I Special District Site Plan Other-Please specify below 1 1 Special District Building / Sign c -y C\-t docs n Landscape Plan L—S INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS ( C) (1 All infrastructure documents must be submitted as a complete set. k"WIDS or The following are included in the complete set: - Comprehensive Plan Amendment n Waterline Construction Documents (� TxDOT Driveway Permit U Sewerline Construction Documents - TxDOT Utility Permit Street Construction Documents Drainage Letter or Report — Easement Application - Fire Flow Analysis n Other- Please specify Special Instructions: 10/10 I PriritForm FOR OFFICE USE ONLY CASE NFO.: t" �J Grie444 DATE SUBMITTED: D-31 D 3 i 15 TIME: 3 .`S CITY OF C01,1.F.GE STATION STAFF: A3- Home of Texas A6111 University" PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TRANSMITTAL LETTER Please check one of the options below to clearly define the purpose of your submittal. New Project Submittal Incomplete Project Submittal -documents needed to complete an application. Case No.: Existing Project Submittal. Case No.: rt 235 Project Name \c2--tt To6h LconY,- Contact Name Phone Number We are transmitting the following for Planning & Development Services to review and comment (check all that apply): n Comprehensive Plan Amendment ❑ Non-Residential Architectural Standards ❑ Rezoning Application n Irrigation Plan • Conditional Use Permit [ Variance Request ❑ Preliminary Plan [ Development Permit Final Plat ❑ Development Exaction Appeal ❑ Development Plat ❑ FEMA CLOMA/CLOMR/LOMA/LOMR • Site Plan ❑ Grading Plan ❑ Special District Site Plan Other-Please specify below ❑ Special District Building /Sign c Cj f S -Ct1 0nGl Landscape Plan _ �`4175)1'4- .( 4 �� l h INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS All infrastructure documents must be submitted as a complete set. The following are included in the complete set: ❑ Comprehensive Plan Amendment ❑ Waterline Construction Documents ❑ TxDOT Driveway Permit ❑ Sewerline Construction Documents ❑ TxDOT Utility Permit ❑ Street Construction Documents ❑ Drainage Letter or Report ❑ Easement Application • Fire Flow Analysis ❑ Other-Please specify Special Instructions: 10/10 Print Form FOR OFFICE USE ONLY CASE NO.: DATE SUBMITTED: D2 Q 14,414 ./ TIME: VDD CITY OF COLLEGE STATION STAFF: (:)\1- Home of Texas A&M University' PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TRANSMITTAL LETTER Please check one of the options below to clearly define the purpose of your submittal. H New Project Submittal U Incomplete Project Submittal -documents needed to complete an application. Case No.: -1 Existing Project Submittal. Case No.: \A_ - 235 Project Name C) 11\C (�C--� ` ��� C' ` g` c '� Contact Name \" a\ Phone Number 2 c \— ‘'V\ 6 We are transmitting the following for Planning & Development Services to review and comment (check all that apply): ❑ Comprehensive Plan Amendment H Non-Residential Architectural Standards Rezoning Application _ Irrigation Plan Conditional Use Permit [ Variance Request ❑ Preliminary Plan H Development Permit ❑ Final Plat ] Development Exaction Appeal ❑ Development Plat H FEMA CLOMA/CLOMR/LOMA/LOMR ❑ Site Plan ] Grading Plan ❑ Special District Site Plan Other- Please specify below Special District Building/Sign a S 1 p`NY1S ] Landscape Plan i 1a )� p\ !(1 INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS e Co nsl Yaoh 0 n es All infrastructure documents must be submitted as a complete set. The following are included in the complete set: ❑ Comprehensive Plan Amendment ❑ Waterline Construction Documents ❑ TxDOT Driveway Permit ❑ Sewerline Construction Documents • TxDOT Utility Permit [ Street Construction Documents Drainage Letter or Report ❑ Easement Application ❑ Fire Flow Analysis n Other- Please specify Special Instructions: 10/10 Print Form