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Misc FOR OFFICECU�SE ON2LY �‘ ` CASE NO.: ' 2- DATE SUBMITTED: 1 1 TIME: 2', 0 CITY OF C01J.RGF,STATION Home of Texas A&M University' STAFF: IX\ 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. P&DS Project no.: ;J-"'existing Project Submittal. P&DS Project no.: I( -2-to Project Name U"//>j'(� ( ot-k.(AA �q-i t YL OZI—r.A r'r'1 Contact Name \.l (J tcl-/ Phone Number en a-s c— e20 k We are transmitting the following for Planning & Development Services to review and comment(check all that apply): [ Comprehensive Plan Amendment In Non-Residential Architectural Standards ❑ Rezoning Application ❑ Irrigation Plan ❑ Conditional Use Permit ❑ Variance Request E. Preliminary Plan ❑ Development Permit ❑ Final Plat n 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 ❑ 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 ❑ Drainage Letter or Report ❑ Easement Application ❑ Fire Flow Analysis ❑ Other-Please specify Special Instructions: T ' rtf- Li '`onpc"V 10/10 Nnntfora ' .. s1-r .Yh"'vri's�'."-"-4.a<f Nttr' r.n#r - .s,f+i':.�.,�'b, o-W>. � p1eme. cod note. cat vcr3 toe peerrnil- °ca-e.1 y or'arr`0'-542 Jessica Bullock From: charles philips <charles_rhonda@sbcglobal.net> Sent: Sunday, October 19, 2014 3:14 PM To: Jessica Bullock Subject: 12 01 WELLBORN ROAD Attachments: ISMAIL CS LAUN ELEVATIONS A-2- POST S-BLK Model (1).pdf;ISMAIL CS LAUN ELEVATIONS A-2 - POST S Model (1).pdf Ms Bullock Pursuant to our last conversation about the building elevations for this project, please find attached proposed revisions to those elevations. Drawing "A", the elevation facing Southland Street, is now shown to have canopies over the glazed openings (glass). The roof parapet now goes up and down. The sloping synthetic stucco soffit now turns up the wall and extends to the top of the wall, and both are painted maroon. The decorative gutterbox and downspout is also painted maroon. Drawing "B", the elevation facing Wellborn Road has the same modifications as does elevation "A" sans the downspout. Drawing "C", the elevation facing the parking lot of the adjacent shopping center, now has added glass block "windows" with canopies above them, and again, the gutterbox and downspout are painted maroon. Drawing "D", the elevation facing the back customer's parking lot, now has added glass block "windows", with canopies above and the decorative gutterboxes and downspouts painted maroon. To me the building looks like it got into a fight and lost. That up and down roof makes it look like it broke off a few teeth, but if that is what it takes, then so be it. Would you please look at these drawings and see if this will satisfy the requirements and please let me know of your findings. f)el �d Charles c �� (DMP- /rtIO�r�d 5� ors concvles. �c. +t-c-m Lae u P�-�k 5vie • tteec:siove see, aro are sfii k ICoo ecl `f tt- ` b°Q (;n -L Co eco' teD Gdeeefe+itie kn order r --aO`' CO cPxll+erJ need to owaxcxten.) such a.n e`ta e,- ,_933-1-ler-, Pan( , .earnp._ as C, 0 Jessica Bullock From: charles philips <charles_rhonda@sbcglobal.net> Sent: Sunday, October 19, 2014 3:14 PM To: Jessica Bullock Subject: 12 01 WELLBORN ROAD Attachments: ISMAIL CS LAUN ELEVATIONS A-2- POST S-BLK Model (1).pdf; ISMAIL CS LAUN ELEVATIONS A-2 - POST S Model (1).pdf Ms Bullock Pursuant to our last conversation about the building elevations for this project, please find attached proposed revisions to those elevations. Drawing "A", the elevation facing Southland Street, is now shown to have canopies over the glazed openings (glass). The roof parapet-naw--go yr The sloping synthetic stucco soffit now turns up the wall and extends to the top of the wall, and both are painted maroon. The decorative gutterbox and downspout is also painted maroon. Drawing "B", the elevation facing Wellborn Road has the same modifications as does elevation "A" sans the downspout. Drawing "C", the elevation facing the parking lot of the adjacent shopping center, now has added glass block "windows" with canopies above them, and again, the gutterbox and downspout are painted maroon. Drawing "D", the elevation facing the back customer's parking lot, now has added glass block "windows", with canopies above and the decorative gutterboxes and downspouts painted maroon. To me the building looks like it got into a fight and lost. That up and down roof makes it look like it broke off a few teeth, but if that is what it takes, then so be it. Would you please look at these drawings and see if this will satisfy the requirements and please let me know of your findin•s. Charles • • 4Q1 6t) joas bOaS C).) NuYnt OUP() CAnOk !)/ Ck§6 cc -m6ct • 91,,,ohns cs`rd ;ICS 1 0 J ,1 Jessica Bullock From: Jessica Bullock Sent: Friday, October 31, 2014 4:16 PM To: 'charles philips' Cc: 'eyezcomconstruction@yahoo.com' Subject: RE: 1201 WELLBORN ROAD - ELEVATIONS &IRRIGATION Attachments: Site Design Standards.pdf Mr. Philips, In regards to the irrigation letter, soaker hoses are permitted. If this option is chosen, please include a general note that states the following on the landscape plan, • All approved landscaping will be maintained and preserved by the property owner. Replacement of material must be of similar character and the same or higher point total as the dead or removed landscaping. The following comments were some of my original comments from the last resubmittal that were not addressed. • Drawing A—Can you label the where the canopies are like you did on drawing B? • General— o the colors are still identified as just"white" and "maroon". Please label the brand/name of color/color id on the plans. We have a list of approved colors from a Sherwin Williams Palette which you can find attached beginning on page 23. Sherwin Williams does not have to be used, but if it is a different brand, please provide physical color swatches or identify the Sherwin Williams equivalent color. If the proposed color does not match one on our list, it cannot exceed more than 15% per facade. Please indicate the percentage that is maroon on each facade. o If you would prefer instead of the new proposed roofline, you can do a pitched roof as well. The intent is to not have the roof all on the same visual line. • Please add a general note that all signs will be permitted separately. Thanks, Jessica From: charles philips [mailto:charles_rhonda@sbcglobal.net] Sent: Monday, October 27, 2014 3:22 PM To:Jessica Bullock Subject: 1201 WELLBORN ROAD- ELEVATIONS Ms Bullock Attached, please find revised building elevations per your request. I did take your advice and showed "pilasters" at the locations suggested. Please advise of any other elevation changes Charles H Philips, Architect 1 0 • Jessica Bullock From: Jessica Bullock Sent: Friday, October 24, 2014 5:14 PM To: 'charles philips' Subject: RE: 12 01 WELLBORN ROAD Attachments: Site Design Standards.pdf Mr. Philips, Drawing A—Can you label the where the canopies are like you did on drawing B? Your email says that the gutterbox and downspouts are painted maroon but the labels still show that they will be painted white. Drawing B- meets requirements Drawings C and D—both still need another element of architectural relief. Something like pilasters on around the downspouts would fit this requirement. General— • the colors are still identified as just "white" and "maroon". Please identify the brand/name of color/color id on the plans. We have a list of approved colors from a Sherwin Williams Palette which you can find attached beginning on page 23. Sherwin Williams does not have to be used, but if it is a different brand, please provide physical color swatches or identify the Sherwin Williams equivalent color. If the proposed color does not match one on our list, it cannot exceed more than 15% per façade. Please indicate the percentage that is maroon on each façade. • If you would prefer instead of the new proposed roofline, you can do a pitched roof as well. The intent is to not have the roof all on the same visual line. • Please add a general note that all signs will be permitted separately. Feel free to send the sheet to me by email again, but depending on the color choice I will need to have physical swatches so I can match it will the list. Jessica From: charles philips [mailto:charles_rhonda@sbcglobal.net] Sent: Sunday, October 19, 2014 3:14 PM To:Jessica Bullock Subject: 12 01 WELLBORN ROAD Ms Bullock Pursuant to our last conversation about the building elevations for this project, please find attached proposed revisions to those elevations. Drawing "A", the elevation facing Southland Street, is now shown to have canopies over the glazed openings (glass). The roof parapet now goes up and down. The sloping synthetic stucco soffit now turns up the wall and extends to the top of the wall, and both are painted maroon. The decorative gutterbox and downspout is also painted maroon. Drawing "B", the elevation facing Wellborn Road has the same modifications as does elevation "A" sans the downspout. Drawing "C", the elevation facing the parking lot of the adjacent shopping center, now has added glass block "windows" with canopies above them, and again, the gutterbox and downspout are painted maroon. Drawing "D", the elevation facing the back customer's parking lot, now has added glass block "windows", with canopies above and the decorative gutterboxes and downspouts painted maroon. To me the building looks like it got into a fight and lost. That up and down roof makes it look like it broke off a few teeth, but if that is what it takes, then so be it. Would you please look at these drawings and see if this will satisfy the requirements and please let me know of your findings. Charles