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Drawings0 N 0 12 \ \ \ \ X20 10 0\20 L I Ili I _ �\\-• � � ,_ - _ _ I S S 294.50, TC/FP -- M 294.50,1 TCI 294.00, TP \ 294. 50, NG I' 294.00, TPI %d ° / 294.50, TCP : a a ,aA. 8 • . '� \ \ `\ `\� \ \ c , r TC ° °I'' \- d v • e :_ . \ \\ \ \ \ I'I II� IV k 1 1 IIad "I ada 2 \\ S TR.ANSI.T/OAL" \_ 2 2 9955.4.3_16, ,° TT 294.86, 77, CP 294.00, TP 294.48, TC/TW MATCH EXIST/NG 294.50, TC TRANSITIONAL CURB /W ° C \ CGUTTER/SIDEWALK . ,/ 294.50 TC� P °•94.91, TP� ° . ,T d ° I 294.50, TV 294.50TW 294.35,TC/jy,T250, TW95094'_• P\ a \ \ \` \\ \\ \\ \\ \ . \\ \ \\ \ \\ \ \ \ 294.10 TP :Y' •. � '_„ •.. " •f'` 295.6 T 8 C \ / I - 294. 48 TC , 295.65 TC Ili i � 294.27 TC e ` 295.70 TC i ° d 294.45, TC/ -W " 294.50, TW 294.47, TC/TW = 295.68, \ I /0- 293.92, TP e . 294.40, TC/TW - a a 294.45, TC/%W a a ° I 294.40 TW . , :: ^.'.::: •;r': °. , a •. $°/ + \ REGRAD ' EXISTING I 294.23, TC I ''' .' ao : • 294.48, TC/TW 1 °' ' • "� \ \ \ DR4/NAGE DITCH I 293.84, TP �d ° a a :' .294.50, TWa . d e Y \ ., _ 294.17, a a - , e. •.d ' as • R ® \ \ \ \ \ \ I'I�I �" p a° f a• �••P °' v°d P °a 'd \°• TW a ` I294.17, TC 294. 19, TCi . • ; ' �, e a , ° . a d 295.74, TC. \ \ 293.67 TP/TW - °n .294.18, TC11 d ° 4 e a \ 294.17 TC �' e 294.30, TC/7W ' :° • ' a 295.46, TC . a O 111 I i °I a d 294.30, TC/TW • - . ° : \ \ 293.67 TP/TW ' a d' e .' . a n. ' ' II I I •..e : °.. .a °, d •a •° °••'. "a, e ° a e• d °. '4 m .. ° °• e ° e'.•d' ° 295.85, TC I I IA. • a a ° .a. ° . ., . . a" ° �' e' a�a 3 :' e ' a . a ; a a e a•u/ .. \ \ \ 2a' 9 5.14.4,' ,, TdC. n ` 4. ° a 49 295.° d ;°e. , / ° as . dd58, TO d ° ° ' d2363 / . 295.32, TC '° 295.09, TC a. : ��• \ n d d 293.59 TO TCa29368, TC ° 2947Ct TC . ,T e e .,QA293.50TC .. \` \ i 1 A O i a • ' - �: -.��PROPOSED 3x5 RlP �tj292.08, FL �_ i I 'e °'I.. a ° d �. ° ° e• ° Q•a .• °4 '° S . d ° , : •294.87 TC S °_ a d 'e, . <\° \. I I I I e a d a • �. e . si' / - = - I ?Rs ° \ RAP APRON (-3 SY) 1 d :` , a a ° e d ° ° 'd 4.65 TC �' 29 T a •. S • . o \ I I •ON .� •' °ro /.d .° a , 5.17, C : ° °• \ I ° ° - e ° / 29 294.52 TC 09, TC �' 'd 294.75, TC ° 3 ' .4 • ..'.293.92 TCS •- '> `• a 295.13 TC ' . 295. --- _ °j• MATCH EX/ST/NG ° °. • • • • - : • � 293.89 _ a a--` S GUTTER/SIDEWALK r' da 293.39, TC 295.08, TC.. ; - 1S t PROPOSED 3x5 RIP d - }i . ?' 294.86,' TC , • d .. d -- 1S -293.49, TC 3$ _ ° ° ' ' a M S RAP APRON (N22 SY) 292.80, TP/FL 1 294.06, TC g�M.' M \ II I'' .� 293.44, 294.13, TC_ g Q e • ° 293.40 TC - - 93.59 TC 8-M 8-M 8-M 8 8- ., • �` 294.16, TC 2-1 , U, ass 2 :.,. a . _ ` ..... ' // I -I MATCH EXISTING - - - MA PA �EMENTTING 294.78, TC i -+ I 293.50, TC PAVEMENT PROJECT BENCHMARK: a, ' II to - - _ 294.61, TC - ' TOP BOLT STREETLIGHT\ 293.50, TW - -- --- ! - / 293.60, TC - - 294. JJ, TC. - �i - - Elev = 294.56 -• -- - -. ...� ____ - N:10187776.93 293.69, TW 293.60, TW - 294.38, TC I COY I 29J. 73, TC E:3576404.68 / 293.73, TW /co 11 I I 1 I 293.861 TW � • •, ' l \ 29J. 96, TWi co _ 1 0 _ / \,- I I I I f 1III `I I / /-- \ Traffic Control Notes: 1. Prior to implementing traffic control plan, contractor must provide advance notice to the following: - COCS Public Works Department - COCS Fire Dispatch - COCS Emergency Operations Center - COCS ISD - COCS Police Dispatch - COCS Traffic Engineer 2. Flags attached to signs are required. All signage shall be mounted 24" clear from travel lane and 7' clear height from top of curb. 3. Contractor shall provide and install traffic control devices in conformance with part VI of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Texas MUTCD, most recent edition with revisions) during construction. 4. Lane closure will not be allowed unless approved by the TxDOT or COCS representative, as applicable. 5. The work shall be completed such that the roadway will be fully opened to traffic overnight. 6. Plastic drums shall be used for overnight delineation of off -roadway work areas. 240' (Min.) Work 240' (Min.) ROAD END Area WORK ROAD WORK AHEAD CW20-ID 48 X 24" , k;'� ' "* :''',: (► 48" X 48" ■■■ ■ .... • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■■ \ Greens Prairie Road West \ ... ... Channelizing Channelizing \ Devices Devices END ROAD ROAD WORK WORK G20 -2a AHEAD 48" X 24" 48 2X 4-1D" Traffic Control Detail N.T.S. Grading and Grading Notes: Plan 1. Fill material used to achieve grade in areas to receive pavlIement or . structures. within the street right-of-way shall be compacted to at least 98% of the Standards Specifications, unless maximum dry density as determined by the standard proctor test, (ASTM 3. All proposed elevations shown are finished grade. D698), at a moisture content from optimum moisture content to 4% islands with full depth topsoil. above the optimum moisture content. Areas outside of the street Station guidelines, specifications, & right-of-way shall be compacted to 95% of the maximum dry density. I2. The subgrade beneath the concrete sidewalks shall be compacted and NG - Top of Ground "proof -rolled". Any weak or soft areas identified by the "proof -rolling" TP - Top of Pavement shall be removed and replaced. 3. ADA ramp slopes es shall not exceed 1v:12h. 4. Tthe topography shown is from field survey data. 5. Structural backfill for utility or storm drain trenches isl required Released for Review whenever the trench is within 5' of pavement or sidewalk. 6. The contractor shall follow the general intent of the grading Plans. minor adjustments to the actual elevations shown on the grading plan may be required to match existing ground elevations and structures. the proposed contour lines shown are approximate only, the design grade spot elevations should be used for construction of the site work. 7. Refer to pavement plan for pavement construction details and notes. 8. The contractor shall salvage all topsoil and replace it on all' disturbed areas. all parking lot islands and areas adjacent to parking and sidewalk areas shall receive 6" sandy loam topsoil prior to placement of grass sod or hydromulch. 9. The contractor shall field verify and locate all existing utilities on site prior to demolition. 10. The contractor shall install all erosion and sediment control devices, as shown, prior to commencing demolition work. 11. Should any existing utilities not shown or shown incorrectly on! this plan eer be found on site,the contractor shall contact the design! engineer immediately to discuss any possible conflicts before proceeding) with any ' work in that area. 12. See Sheet C1 - General Notes 12 \ \ \ \ X20 10 0\20 L I Ili I _ �\\-• � � ,_ - _ _ I S S 294.50, TC/FP -- M 294.50,1 TCI 294.00, TP \ 294. 50, NG I' 294.00, TPI %d ° / 294.50, TCP : a a ,aA. 8 • . '� \ \ `\ `\� \ \ c , r TC ° °I'' \- d v • e :_ . \ \\ \ \ \ I'I II� IV k 1 1 IIad "I ada 2 \\ S TR.ANSI.T/OAL" \_ 2 2 9955.4.3_16, ,° TT 294.86, 77, CP 294.00, TP 294.48, TC/TW MATCH EXIST/NG 294.50, TC TRANSITIONAL CURB /W ° C \ CGUTTER/SIDEWALK . ,/ 294.50 TC� P °•94.91, TP� ° . ,T d ° I 294.50, TV 294.50TW 294.35,TC/jy,T250, TW95094'_• P\ a \ \ \` \\ \\ \\ \\ \ . \\ \ \\ \ \\ \ \ \ 294.10 TP :Y' •. � '_„ •.. " •f'` 295.6 T 8 C \ / I - 294. 48 TC , 295.65 TC Ili i � 294.27 TC e ` 295.70 TC i ° d 294.45, TC/ -W " 294.50, TW 294.47, TC/TW = 295.68, \ I /0- 293.92, TP e . 294.40, TC/TW - a a 294.45, TC/%W a a ° I 294.40 TW . , :: ^.'.::: •;r': °. , a •. $°/ + \ REGRAD ' EXISTING I 294.23, TC I ''' .' ao : • 294.48, TC/TW 1 °' ' • "� \ \ \ DR4/NAGE DITCH I 293.84, TP �d ° a a :' .294.50, TWa . d e Y \ ., _ 294.17, a a - , e. •.d ' as • R ® \ \ \ \ \ \ I'I�I �" p a° f a• �••P °' v°d P °a 'd \°• TW a ` I294.17, TC 294. 19, TCi . • ; ' �, e a , ° . a d 295.74, TC. \ \ 293.67 TP/TW - °n .294.18, TC11 d ° 4 e a \ 294.17 TC �' e 294.30, TC/7W ' :° • ' a 295.46, TC . a O 111 I i °I a d 294.30, TC/TW • - . ° : \ \ 293.67 TP/TW ' a d' e .' . a n. ' ' II I I •..e : °.. .a °, d •a •° °••'. "a, e ° a e• d °. '4 m .. ° °• e ° e'.•d' ° 295.85, TC I I IA. • a a ° .a. ° . ., . . a" ° �' e' a�a 3 :' e ' a . a ; a a e a•u/ .. \ \ \ 2a' 9 5.14.4,' ,, TdC. n ` 4. ° a 49 295.° d ;°e. , / ° as . dd58, TO d ° ° ' d2363 / . 295.32, TC '° 295.09, TC a. : ��• \ n d d 293.59 TO TCa29368, TC ° 2947Ct TC . ,T e e .,QA293.50TC .. \` \ i 1 A O i a • ' - �: -.��PROPOSED 3x5 RlP �tj292.08, FL �_ i I 'e °'I.. a ° d �. ° ° e• ° Q•a .• °4 '° S . d ° , : •294.87 TC S °_ a d 'e, . <\° \. I I I I e a d a • �. e . si' / - = - I ?Rs ° \ RAP APRON (-3 SY) 1 d :` , a a ° e d ° ° 'd 4.65 TC �' 29 T a •. S • . o \ I I •ON .� •' °ro /.d .° a , 5.17, C : ° °• \ I ° ° - e ° / 29 294.52 TC 09, TC �' 'd 294.75, TC ° 3 ' .4 • ..'.293.92 TCS •- '> `• a 295.13 TC ' . 295. --- _ °j• MATCH EX/ST/NG ° °. • • • • - : • � 293.89 _ a a--` S GUTTER/SIDEWALK r' da 293.39, TC 295.08, TC.. ; - 1S t PROPOSED 3x5 RIP d - }i . ?' 294.86,' TC , • d .. d -- 1S -293.49, TC 3$ _ ° ° ' ' a M S RAP APRON (N22 SY) 292.80, TP/FL 1 294.06, TC g�M.' M \ II I'' .� 293.44, 294.13, TC_ g Q e • ° 293.40 TC - - 93.59 TC 8-M 8-M 8-M 8 8- ., • �` 294.16, TC 2-1 , U, ass 2 :.,. a . _ ` ..... ' // I -I MATCH EXISTING - - - MA PA �EMENTTING 294.78, TC i -+ I 293.50, TC PAVEMENT PROJECT BENCHMARK: a, ' II to - - _ 294.61, TC - ' TOP BOLT STREETLIGHT\ 293.50, TW - -- --- ! - / 293.60, TC - - 294. JJ, TC. - �i - - Elev = 294.56 -• -- - -. ...� ____ - N:10187776.93 293.69, TW 293.60, TW - 294.38, TC I COY I 29J. 73, TC E:3576404.68 / 293.73, TW /co 11 I I 1 I 293.861 TW � • •, ' l \ 29J. 96, TWi co _ 1 0 _ / \,- I I I I f 1III `I I / /-- \ Traffic Control Notes: 1. Prior to implementing traffic control plan, contractor must provide advance notice to the following: - COCS Public Works Department - COCS Fire Dispatch - COCS Emergency Operations Center - COCS ISD - COCS Police Dispatch - COCS Traffic Engineer 2. Flags attached to signs are required. All signage shall be mounted 24" clear from travel lane and 7' clear height from top of curb. 3. Contractor shall provide and install traffic control devices in conformance with part VI of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Texas MUTCD, most recent edition with revisions) during construction. 4. Lane closure will not be allowed unless approved by the TxDOT or COCS representative, as applicable. 5. The work shall be completed such that the roadway will be fully opened to traffic overnight. 6. Plastic drums shall be used for overnight delineation of off -roadway work areas. 240' (Min.) Work 240' (Min.) ROAD END Area WORK ROAD WORK AHEAD CW20-ID 48 X 24" , k;'� ' "* :''',: (► 48" X 48" ■■■ ■ .... • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■■ \ Greens Prairie Road West \ ... ... Channelizing Channelizing \ Devices Devices END ROAD ROAD WORK WORK G20 -2a AHEAD 48" X 24" 48 2X 4-1D" Traffic Control Detail N.T.S. Grading and Traffic Control Plan General Notes: 1. Assure positive drainage across project site to the storm water structures. 2. All site work to be done in conformance with the BCS Unified Standards Specifications, unless otherwise stated in these plans. 3. All proposed elevations shown are finished grade. 4. Backfill all proposed parking lot islands with full depth topsoil. 5. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, & details. 6. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. FL - Flow Line NG - Top of Ground TC - Top of Curb TP - Top of Pavement TW - Top of Sidewalk CONTROL POINT: 1 /2" IRON ROD FOUND Elev = 293.19 N:10187636.67 E:3576197.63 Not for Construction This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jones, P.E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be used for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes. Released for Review No. Revision/Issue Date \- ' III ( I 12 \ \ \ \ X20 10 0\20 L I Ili I _ �\\-• � � ,_ - _ _ I S S 294.50, TC/FP -- M 294.50,1 TCI 294.00, TP \ 294. 50, NG I' 294.00, TPI %d ° / 294.50, TCP : a a ,aA. 8 • . '� \ \ `\ `\� \ \ c , r TC ° °I'' \- d v • e :_ . \ \\ \ \ \ I'I II� IV k 1 1 IIad "I ada 2 \\ S TR.ANSI.T/OAL" \_ 2 2 9955.4.3_16, ,° TT 294.86, 77, CP 294.00, TP 294.48, TC/TW MATCH EXIST/NG 294.50, TC TRANSITIONAL CURB /W ° C \ CGUTTER/SIDEWALK . ,/ 294.50 TC� P °•94.91, TP� ° . ,T d ° I 294.50, TV 294.50TW 294.35,TC/jy,T250, TW95094'_• P\ a \ \ \` \\ \\ \\ \\ \ . \\ \ \\ \ \\ \ \ \ 294.10 TP :Y' •. � '_„ •.. " •f'` 295.6 T 8 C \ / I - 294. 48 TC , 295.65 TC Ili i � 294.27 TC e ` 295.70 TC i ° d 294.45, TC/ -W " 294.50, TW 294.47, TC/TW = 295.68, \ I /0- 293.92, TP e . 294.40, TC/TW - a a 294.45, TC/%W a a ° I 294.40 TW . , :: ^.'.::: •;r': °. , a •. $°/ + \ REGRAD ' EXISTING I 294.23, TC I ''' .' ao : • 294.48, TC/TW 1 °' ' • "� \ \ \ DR4/NAGE DITCH I 293.84, TP �d ° a a :' .294.50, TWa . d e Y \ ., _ 294.17, a a - , e. •.d ' as • R ® \ \ \ \ \ \ I'I�I �" p a° f a• �••P °' v°d P °a 'd \°• TW a ` I294.17, TC 294. 19, TCi . • ; ' �, e a , ° . a d 295.74, TC. \ \ 293.67 TP/TW - °n .294.18, TC11 d ° 4 e a \ 294.17 TC �' e 294.30, TC/7W ' :° • ' a 295.46, TC . a O 111 I i °I a d 294.30, TC/TW • - . ° : \ \ 293.67 TP/TW ' a d' e .' . a n. ' ' II I I •..e : °.. .a °, d •a •° °••'. "a, e ° a e• d °. '4 m .. ° °• e ° e'.•d' ° 295.85, TC I I IA. • a a ° .a. ° . ., . . a" ° �' e' a�a 3 :' e ' a . a ; a a e a•u/ .. \ \ \ 2a' 9 5.14.4,' ,, TdC. n ` 4. ° a 49 295.° d ;°e. , / ° as . dd58, TO d ° ° ' d2363 / . 295.32, TC '° 295.09, TC a. : ��• \ n d d 293.59 TO TCa29368, TC ° 2947Ct TC . ,T e e .,QA293.50TC .. \` \ i 1 A O i a • ' - �: -.��PROPOSED 3x5 RlP �tj292.08, FL �_ i I 'e °'I.. a ° d �. ° ° e• ° Q•a .• °4 '° S . d ° , : •294.87 TC S °_ a d 'e, . <\° \. I I I I e a d a • �. e . si' / - = - I ?Rs ° \ RAP APRON (-3 SY) 1 d :` , a a ° e d ° ° 'd 4.65 TC �' 29 T a •. S • . o \ I I •ON .� •' °ro /.d .° a , 5.17, C : ° °• \ I ° ° - e ° / 29 294.52 TC 09, TC �' 'd 294.75, TC ° 3 ' .4 • ..'.293.92 TCS •- '> `• a 295.13 TC ' . 295. --- _ °j• MATCH EX/ST/NG ° °. • • • • - : • � 293.89 _ a a--` S GUTTER/SIDEWALK r' da 293.39, TC 295.08, TC.. ; - 1S t PROPOSED 3x5 RIP d - }i . ?' 294.86,' TC , • d .. d -- 1S -293.49, TC 3$ _ ° ° ' ' a M S RAP APRON (N22 SY) 292.80, TP/FL 1 294.06, TC g�M.' M \ II I'' .� 293.44, 294.13, TC_ g Q e • ° 293.40 TC - - 93.59 TC 8-M 8-M 8-M 8 8- ., • �` 294.16, TC 2-1 , U, ass 2 :.,. a . _ ` ..... ' // I -I MATCH EXISTING - - - MA PA �EMENTTING 294.78, TC i -+ I 293.50, TC PAVEMENT PROJECT BENCHMARK: a, ' II to - - _ 294.61, TC - ' TOP BOLT STREETLIGHT\ 293.50, TW - -- --- ! - / 293.60, TC - - 294. JJ, TC. - �i - - Elev = 294.56 -• -- - -. ...� ____ - N:10187776.93 293.69, TW 293.60, TW - 294.38, TC I COY I 29J. 73, TC E:3576404.68 / 293.73, TW /co 11 I I 1 I 293.861 TW � • •, ' l \ 29J. 96, TWi co _ 1 0 _ / \,- I I I I f 1III `I I / /-- \ Traffic Control Notes: 1. Prior to implementing traffic control plan, contractor must provide advance notice to the following: - COCS Public Works Department - COCS Fire Dispatch - COCS Emergency Operations Center - COCS ISD - COCS Police Dispatch - COCS Traffic Engineer 2. Flags attached to signs are required. All signage shall be mounted 24" clear from travel lane and 7' clear height from top of curb. 3. Contractor shall provide and install traffic control devices in conformance with part VI of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Texas MUTCD, most recent edition with revisions) during construction. 4. Lane closure will not be allowed unless approved by the TxDOT or COCS representative, as applicable. 5. The work shall be completed such that the roadway will be fully opened to traffic overnight. 6. Plastic drums shall be used for overnight delineation of off -roadway work areas. 240' (Min.) Work 240' (Min.) ROAD END Area WORK ROAD WORK AHEAD CW20-ID 48 X 24" , k;'� ' "* :''',: (► 48" X 48" ■■■ ■ .... • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■■ \ Greens Prairie Road West \ ... ... Channelizing Channelizing \ Devices Devices END ROAD ROAD WORK WORK G20 -2a AHEAD 48" X 24" 48 2X 4-1D" Traffic Control Detail N.T.S. Grading and Traffic Control Plan General Notes: 1. Assure positive drainage across project site to the storm water structures. 2. All site work to be done in conformance with the BCS Unified Standards Specifications, unless otherwise stated in these plans. 3. All proposed elevations shown are finished grade. 4. Backfill all proposed parking lot islands with full depth topsoil. 5. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, & details. 6. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. FL - Flow Line NG - Top of Ground TC - Top of Curb TP - Top of Pavement TW - Top of Sidewalk Preliminary Plans Only Not for Construction This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jones, P.E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be used for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes. Released for Review No. Revision/Issue Date Firm Name and Address: 4 Enginee[ing PO Box 5192 -Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www.J4Engineermg.com Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggieland Express Carwash at castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision-1.2S4AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas Date: sheet: Aug 2014 Scale: C5As Noted Vicinity Map Construction Notes: ? ��0 1. Contractor is to verify the exact location and 1� vertical positioning of existing utilities and service lines within the project area, whether shown on plans or not, at least 48 hrs. prior to -L any construction. Contractor is responsible for any damage done to existing facilities. Call N.T.S. 1-800-dig-tess. 2. All radii and distances are measured to the back of curb unless otherwise noted. Back of curb radii are shown on the Pavement Plan. r , 3. All site work is to be done. in conformance with the Bryan/College Station 2012 Standard Specifications for Water & Sewer and the City of College Station Standard Specifications for Streets PROJECT ���\�� & Drainage. LOCATION 4. All utility lines (water, gas, sanitary sewer, g.t.e., storm sewer, etc.) shown are taken from best available record information based on construction utility map documents obtained by from city & independent agencies and/or above ground field evidence. Shown positions may not represent as -built conditions. 5. Electrical conduit for parking lot lighting will be shown on the electrical site plan. 6. Exterior building and site lighting shall meet the standards of Section 7.11 of the College Station Unified Development Ordinance. The light source Site Specific Notes: 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 1. The owner & developer of the property is Jed cross any property line. Waltemathe. The subject property is Lot 1R -A, Block 1 of the Castlegate Business Center, and is 7. The parking lot is 6" depth concrete pavement to zoned GC, General Commercial. meet or exceed minimum City of College Station 2. Proposed building is a partial two-story Type Requirements. II -B without sprinklers. The building is a total of 8. Landscaping Design & Analysis will be provided on 3,635 SF with height of 27'-4" and FF=294.50. the Landscape Plan. 3. Fire flow hydrant demand is 1,500 gpm. The 9. The bearing system shown hereon is based on existing hydrants will provide the fire flow for grid north as established from GPS observation. this development. 10. Building setback lines shall be in accordance 4. A portion of this lot is within the 100 -yr with the City of College Station UDO. floodplain according to the DFIRM for Brazos County, Texas and Incorporated Areas, Map No. 14. All roof and ground -mounted mechanical 48041C0325E, effective May 16, 2012. equipment shall be screened from view or isolated so as not to be visible from any public 5. The stormwater runoff from this development will right-of-way or residential district within 150' of T be controlled by the existing drainage structure the subject lot, measured from a point 5 feet and detention pond, as shown and designed above grade. Such screening shall be coordinated within the Tower Point LOMR, Case No with the building architecture and scale to 10-06-0675P, by Walter P. Moore. This site meets maintain a unified appearance. the impervious cover and flow assumptions used in the report analysis. 15. Proposed signs shall be permitted separately in accordance with the City of College Station UDO. 6. Grading and drainage information will be provided on the Grading Plan. 16. The irrigation system must be approved and 7. The developed area for this project is 0.966 installed prior to issuance of C.O. acres (42,091 SF). 17. All devices, appurtenances, appliances, and apparatus intended to serve some special 8. Traffic impact analysis is not required. function and that connect to the water supply system, shall be provided against backflow and -9. Solid- ----waste-.---pickup,- - will - be -provided_ by .__the_ contamination of the water supply system. The 'r l collection truck entering the parking lot from location of an backflow y prevention devices shall Greens Prairie Drive and collecting waste from be shown on the architectural plumbing plans. two 8 CY containers within the existing enclosed s dumpster area. 18. The proposed grit interceptor shall meet the ' requirements of the City of College Station, Texas / 10. Lot IR -A and Lot 1R -B, Block 1 of the Castlegate - Code of Ordinances, Chapter 11, Section 6. " Business Center Subdivision are considered a f/ building plot for the purposes of landscaping, 19. A "Knox Box" security system is required on all NRA, and signage. buildings. f UtilityDemand: m : Parking Analysis: Water Demand Proposed Improvements: (Manufacturer's Product Data) ' Average: 36.45 gpm 14 Vacuum Bays -` Maximum (peak): 145.8 gpm New Required Parking: 2" domestic water meter 14... 1 per Vacuum Bay Sanitary Sewer Demand 14... Total Required (0 90% of Total Water Demand) Average 32.8gP m New Provided Parking: Maximum (peak) 131.2 gpm 13... Vacuum Bay Parking rn 6" sanitary sewer line 1... Vacuum Bay Parking w/ Van Accessible 0 14.... Total Provided U ) ° Fill w/ Concrete ... & Round Off Top UJT IQ w/ Grout Plug Y" 36" 30" Min 36,. 1. All steel must be completely painted after installation with 15> 15" N zinc -rich rust inhibitive paint. l.s" 00 6"(Traffic Yellow). T N 18 35" Min Dia. 2. Final quantity & location of all bollards shall be per plans. c 24 W 6" Typical Bollard Detail Bike Rack Detail N.T.S. N.T.S. 1 t 24" 6" �/ "R 15" 4 3' 0 41 K R5 I _\ " 12" 3„ , 4 071.1 6" 7,> i 2„ 0 3" 3" 3" 0 2" o #4 Bars 3„ 0 %" x 18" Smooth Expansion Dowels Driveway Raised Curb Detail N.T.S g„ Typical Curb -Cut Detail Property Description Detail N.T.S. Demolition Detail N.T.S. Scale = 1:20 44" i-: kurin(l an mootAll Rough Areas and Edges) o, 1/4" Top of 3 Slo e p Finish Grade 6" ® Each End s 3 ry ' 1 1 t 72" J247 Concrete 42 Encasement Note: s„ Y" 36" 30" Min 36,. 1. All steel must be completely painted after installation with 15> 15" N zinc -rich rust inhibitive paint. l.s" 00 6"(Traffic Yellow). T N 18 35" Min Dia. 2. Final quantity & location of all bollards shall be per plans. c 24 W 6" Typical Bollard Detail Bike Rack Detail N.T.S. N.T.S. 1 t 24" 6" �/ "R 15" 4 3' 0 41 K R5 I _\ " 12" 3„ , 4 071.1 6" 7,> i 2„ 0 3" 3" 3" 0 2" o #4 Bars 3„ 0 %" x 18" Smooth Expansion Dowels Driveway Raised Curb Detail N.T.S g„ Typical Curb -Cut Detail Property Description Detail N.T.S. Demolition Detail N.T.S. Scale = 1:20 MONO PIPE 153.41 of 18 --- -- Station=0+05.50 }-- I HDPE ® 1.009 PIPE - 4. 10.50' of 18" _0+00 ; . �:..... 0+50 ;--: :A .1 +00 1 +50 N � v, t° HDPE ® 1.007. g1l P = 1. Station=0+02.00 ®�= Station=1 +60.41 l 1 » 18 N 45' Bend ' 36 Grote /n/et 's. 7�00 Station=1 +70.91 Rip Rap 'a •vay: g 18 N 4.1 ,SETS Profile Scale: 1 " = 40' Horizontal 1 " = 4' Vertical -0+25.00 0+00.00 0+50.00 1+00,00 1+50.00 2+00.00 OW11I/] MAIII] I 1 3 3 10.50' of 18" HDPE © 1.00 18" STA FL Ot 41 of 18 c " HDPE p 1. DOq o o 18" 45" Bend rn IN, STA: 1 +60.41 3 �oNOi FL: 288.17 s N IZ ooW s -0+25,00 0+00.00 0+50.00 1+00,00 W _ J4 ryryry ppp��� PD Box 5192 -Bryan, Texas - 77805 J -(E g o � � rA � g 979-739-0567 imvREngineering.com "'111"' {� U Firm#9951 2 REVISOR SHEEP TRLE "07��ao9 elft 1 CITY COMMENTS E:9•11.11I11 IWIR ► 11 4: 1 SET 1 +70.91 IT- 288.00' Construction Notes: 1. Grate shall be East Jordan Model# V5732, traffic rate (heavy duty) grate and frame assembly, or equivalent. 2. Outfall rip—rap shall be 18 to 24 inches in diameter, placed so as to fan out from the end of the SET to the flow line of the channel. 3. HDPE pipe shall be installed in accordance to BCS Unified Guidelines, Specifications, & Details. ��-%N '> xx.. The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #97600 on this date, Jul 6, 2015. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. 1+50,00 2+00.00 Aggieland Express Carwasg 9 Castlegate Plaza Proposed Private to Lot IRA, Block Castlegate Business Storm Dl CenterSubdipivision — L2S4fiC College Station, Brazos County, Texas SCALE EXHIBIT VgxruL �>�_ 1=1 A ItZ WM 11-019 VICINITYPLAN N. T.S. Know what's below. 0111 before you dig. at (3astlePlaza , gate 790 William D,, -Fitch Parkway Castlega,e business Center, Block 1, Lot IR A College Station, Brazos County, Texas 2012 Fiifea-thler-Rd Bryan, TX 77801 ENGINEPR: ;4 Engi�eeri�g Firm # 9951 PO Box 5192 Bryan, Texas 77805 979-739-0567 October 2014 Sheet List Table OF" -In / GLENN JON S / �. . 9.7600 j %Xtx S��NAL •E The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #97600 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION J4E PROJECT No. 14-019 Sheet Number _ Sheet Title r .> C1 - Notes C2 ?lan C3 PCtement Pla C4 Erosion aid Sediment Control Plan C5 - Grading and Traffic Control Plan C6 Utility Plan i L1 Landscape Planl Figure 51: BCS Unified Sewer Details Figure S2 BCS Unified Sewer Qetails Figure W1 BCS Unified Water Petails Figure W2 g BCS Unified Water Details OF" -In / GLENN JON S / �. . 9.7600 j %Xtx S��NAL •E The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #97600 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION J4E PROJECT No. 14-019 v 2 0 CL W General Notes: Private Utility Notes: Erosion Control Notes: 1. The contractor shall promptly notify the engineer of any discrepancies between 1. The contractor shall install the proposed private utility lines in accordance with 1. Erosion control measures shown in these plans shall be considered these plans and other drawings of differing disciplines &specifications. local codes, latest national plumbing code, and all applicable state and local laws. minimum required. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to im the very Other private or public utilities shall be installed in accordance with the utility other erosion control measures diversion berms, -}element all 2. The contractor is specifically cautioned that the location and/or elevation of the company's specifications. Should these drawings or specifications differ with other ( drainage structux-es, swales, existing utilities as shown on these plans is based on records of the various utility utility company's specifications, the stricter of the two shall apply. additional fencing, etc:..) necessary to keep the existing improvements and companies and, where possible, measurements taken in the field. The information is PP Y developments from damage of any kind, duringall phases construction. P of demolition and not to be relied upon as being exact or complete. It is the contractor's 2. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to pay for and obtain all required responsibility to avoid all existing utilities and repair any damaged lines, at his own permits and inspection approvals for all work shown. 2. The site operator, or his representative established by a letter of delegation, expense, whether the utility is shown on these plans or not. The contractor shall g , shall notify the appropriate utility company 48 hours prior to any excavation. The 3. The contractor shall coordinate all installations of service lines, conduits, meters, make a visual inspection of all siltation controls and newly stabilized areas on a contractor shall also notify the engineer if design changes need to be made in the etc., with the appropriate utility company. daily basis; especially after a rainfall to insure that all controls are maintained and field. properly functioning. Any damaged controls shall be repaired or replaced prior to 3. Contractor to verify all underground utilities in the field prior to construction. Water Line Notes (Public &Private the e ady of the work day, including re -seeding and mulching or re -sodding, if 4. It is the responsibility of the contractor to comply with all state and federal 1. All domestic water line pipe shall be constructed out of PVC (Sch 40). Public or 3. All sediment trapping devices shall be installed as soon as practical after the area regulations regarding construction activities near energized over head power lines. fire water line pipe shall be constructed out of C900 and public services shall be has been disturbed. All sediment trapping devices shall be cleaned when sediment copper. level reaches 25% capacity. Sediment shall be disposed of by spreadingon site or 5. The contractor shall be responsible for the protection of all existing utilities or hauling away if not suitable for fill. service lines that are crossed or exposed during construction operations. Where Storm Sewer Notes (Private) existing utilities or service lines are cut, broken, or damaged, the contractor shall 4. During construction, contractor shall maintain best management repair or replace the utilities or service line with the same type of material and 1• All 15 inch to 42 inch storm sewer pipe, shall be constructed out of reinforced Sediment fence. hay bale barriers, or other devices shall control all astorm (water construction or better. This material and work shall be at the contractor's own concrete pipe (RCP), C443 ASTM C76, Class III except as noted. leaving the site. expense. 2. All 6 inch to 12 inch storm sewer pipe, except as noted, shall be HDPE. SDR -35, 5. The contractor shall be responsible for establishing temporary erosion control 6. During the , execution of the work, the contractor shall maintain the project site in ASTM D-3034, PVC pipe may be used in place of HDPE pipe. measures as required for different phases of construction. Erosion control measures an orderly and acceptable manner as far as practical. The contractor shall clean shown may need to be adjusted to handle increased or concentrated flo,- and remove from the project area all surplus and discarded materials, temporary 3. Contractor shall provide a minimum of 12 inch clearance at storm sewer and water by various stages of construction. ws created structures, and debris of any kind and shall leave the project site in a neat and line crossings and a minimum of 6 inch clearance at storm sewer and sanitary orderly condition. All clean up will be done to the satisfaction of the engineer. sewer crossings. 6. Phase II erosion control measure measures shall be implemented immediately after construction of their associated improvements. Inlet protection barriers shall be 7. Contractor is responsible for OSHA established trench safety as described in the 4. Unless otherwise specified, the contractor shall install all storm sewer pipe in constructed with hay bales or silt fencing. Inlets located in pavements federal register 29 CFR Part 1926. a trench safety plan should be prepared and a P areas shall accordance with the trench detail contained in these construction drawings, be protected with sand bags, replacing the hay bales or silt fencing once the "competent person" appointed prior to any and all excavating operations exceeding g pavement is in place. Erosion control measures shall be ke t in 5 depth. The plan is to be prepared and sealed by a registered texas professional Demolition & Construction Notes: upstream drainage areas are fully stabilized. P glace until engineer and shall be submitted to the city of Bryan and consulting engineer prior to any excavation on the project. 7. The contractor is responsible for removing sediment control devices after the site 1. Demolition of existing structures and improvements shall include all work contained has been seeded and/ or sodded, and ground cover has taken root. on these plans, but shall not be limited to the items specially identified. Any 8. A copy of the approved construction plans shall be kept on site at P all times materials to be demolished is cleared shall n completely removed and disposed of. 8. The contractor shall take all necessary measures to ensure that all disturbed throughout the entire construction of the project. Contractor shall maintain a s This work will not only consist l above round items, set of redline drawings, recording as -built conditions during construction. These well, including but not limited to: tree roots,c. areas g but underground eli?ments as are stabilized. Designated areas shall be block sodded and all other areas disturbed redline 'marked up drawings will be submitted to the design consultant who will The contractor shall notify the engineer of any additional systems, old require sodded due to contruction shall be hydro -mulched seeded. These stabilized areas shall be make the changes on the original tracings, labeling each sheet in the set as "record demolition, not identified on these plans, prior to removal. seeded,or fertilized, and watered to establish a solid ground cover within 30 drawings". days of completion or if activities cease for 14 days. 9. The contractor shall be responsible for safeguarding and 2. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to stage and sequence all demolition 9. When hydro -mulching is required, contractor shall keepmulch P g g protections all material and work with utility companies to provide minimal interruption and inconvenience of installation and until area shows growth. moist after equipment stored on the jobsite. The contractor shall be responsible for the utility services. storage of materials in a safe and workmanlike manner to prevent injuries, during and after working hours, until project completion. 3. Demolished surplus material shall be legally disposed of off-site. 10. Erosion control measures shall be implemented demolition work. prior to any excavation or 10. Contractor to store materials at locations) approved by & coordinated with the 4. All pavement edges, bounding the construction area & matchingwith new owner. Equipment is to be stored overnight at locations so as not to block streets construction, shall be neatly sw cut, unless gravel. Flexible pavement hall be saw Sidewalk Construction or drives. Materials are to be protected from damage by the elements. cut a minimum of 24" beyond any proposed structures. 1. Sidewalks shall be doweled into and tie to any concrete structure adjacent to 11. Contractor shall saw cut remove and replace concrete pavement, and curb & gutter 5. The contractor shall clear all right-of-ways and easements contained in these sidewalk (driveway, inlet box, curb) #4 x 12" bars ® 18" O.C. as required to construct proposed improvements. construction drawings. 2. ADA ramps shall be constructed per the ambulatory ramp details on the pavement 12. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to pay for and obtain all required 6. The contractor shall field verify and locate all existing utilities on site prior to Plan shown. in these plans. All ramps shall have a detectable warning surface for permits and inspection approvals for all work shown. demolition. the full length of the ramp. 13. An adjacent - ' Any 1 property and right-of-way disturbed during construction will be 7. The contractor shall perform demolition activities as noted and shown on these Paving Notes' returned to their existing condition or better. The contractor agrees to repair any plans and as directed by the owner/ developer. damage to the public right-of-way in accordance with the standards of the = ~' applicable regulatory agency. 1. The pavement system shown was designed without the aid of a geotechnical 8. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to obtain any permits and pay any investigation. Due to the .plastic soils within this area, some differential movement 14. All exposed dirt surfaces shall be seeded, hydro -mulched, or sodded. fees required for demolition and disposal from the appropriate authorities. may still occur due to seasonal soil moisture variations. 9. The contractor shall install all erosion and sediment control devices prior to 2. Sub -grade 15. The contractor shall not create a dirt nuisance or safety hazard in any street or commencing, demolition work. - driveway. the pavement be cleaned daily. - a. Existing trees, stumps, and large tree systems, shall_ be grubbed and removed. 10. The contractor is responsible for the protection of all utilities that are to remain g 16. Adequate drainage shall be maintained at all times during construction and any in place. Vegetation shall ,be removed and the top 6 inches of top soil and sub -grade drainage ditch or structure disturbed during construction shall be restored to stripped from the meas to be covered by the proposed improvements. existing conditions or better. =- il Txe contractor hall take all precautions to avoid damage to any existing road b• Paving areas shall be 'proof -rolled with a 20 ton roller and, if required at the 17. The contractor shall coordinate all fence removal and replacement With the > Owner. surface: time of ,; construction, the contractor shall stabilize weak areas by over excavation and -backfilling. 12. All existing items that are to remain in place which are damaged during 18. The contractor shall protect all monuments, iron ins and property g construction. P pro ert corners during construction shall be restored to original condition, or better, at the sole expense C. Materials excavated on site, excluding the top 6 inches, may be used as fill of the contractor. material, under pavement areas only, if the material is free from trash, 19. The contractor must provide construction staking from the information provided on 13. Should any existing utilities not shown or shown incorrectly on this plan be found lumps, clods, organic substance, & other foreign matter. the plans. - on site, the contractor shall contact the engineer immediately to discuss any d. Fill material shall be placed in eight inch maximum loose lifts, with each lift General UtilitNote Private & Publics any work in that area. possible conflicts before proceeding with wetted or dried to a moisture content range of 0% to +3% of the optimum y ( moisture content and compacted to a uniform density 14. An asbestos surveymust be dry density as determined by ASTM D698. nsity of 95% of the maximum 1. All excavation for underground utilities shall be made true to grade. Excavation performed prior n the demolishing of any structures. The contractor shall adhere to the requirements set forth in the asbestos survey shall be made a minimum of six inches below the required and report. e. Compaction test, for fill, shall be verified by in-place density test for each q grade and provide a P sand bed for the piping. Backfill over piping shall be made with earth or fill sand, lift. One in-place density test shall be performed for every 4,000 SF with a free of debris, and shall be tamped by hand or mechanical means to the density of Dimensional Control Notes: minimum of 3 tests being performed, per lift. the adjacent undisturbed earth or to 95% standardroctor density y (ASTM 0698), 4. Portland Cement Concrete which ever is greater, for non-structural areas, and to 98% standard proctor 1• The contractor may obtain an electronic copy of these plans for construction density (ASTM D698) for structural areas. All trenching and excavation shall be Purposes. The electronic file and information generated, by J4 Engineering (J4E), done in strict accordance with current OSHA requirements and all other applicable for this project is considered by J4E to be confidential. When issued, it's use is a All concrete, unless otherwise specified, shall have a minimum compressive safety codes and standards. intended solely for the individual or entity to which it is addressed. The material strength of 3,500 -psi at 28 days for pavement and 3,000 psi at 28days for 2. Minimum bury or cover specified is to be measured from finish rades. Where is intended for use by the recipient named, only, and permission is not granted to non -pavement applications (ie. sidewalks, drainage flumes, and containment documents in any form utility line extend under pavement, the bury or cover shall be measured from the recipentthepient understa dsforton th tithisodataese is authorized is" " with warrantyThe structures). bottom of the structure. to it performance, accuracy, freedom from error, or as to any results generated b• All concrete shall be vibrated when placed and not raked a distance reater throughout its use. The recipient also understands and agrees that J4E, upon than 10 feet. g 3. Utility installations in non-structural areas shall be bedded and initial backfill release of such data, is no longer responsible for their use or modification. The consistent with non-structural requirements. In structural areas (i.e. under user and recipient of the electronic data accepts full responsibility and liability for c Unless otherwise noted, joint spacing shall not exceed 15 feet in any direction foundations, pavement, walks, etc.) the utility shall be bedded and initial backfill any consequences arising out of. their use. to another joint or edge of pavement. Control joints shall be cut between 4 with cement stabilized sand. Final backfill in these areas shall be compacted by and 18 hours after placement of concrete and may be substituted with mechanical tamping to structural compaction requirements. 2. All dimensions shown are to be used in conjunction with these plans for locating all construction joints. If provided, the contractor shall follow the general intent improvements and shall be field verified by the contractor for workability prior to of the joint plans shown. 4. Regardless of elevations shown for manhole rims, clean-out covers, or grates these construction of improvements. items shall be placed flush with the pavement elevations and slopes. Manholes and d. Expansion joints shall not exceed a maximum spacing of 45 feet and should clean -outs not in pavement areas shall be set 3 inches above the finish grade. 3. Unless otherwise shown, all \ dimensioning is to the back of curb or edge of not be placed through the middle of area inlets or junction boxes located in 5. Contractor shall uncover existing utilities at all "points of interest" to determine if Pavement, which ever is applicable. the pavement. All area inlets or junction boxes, located in pavement area, conflicts exist before commencing and construction. Notify the engineer at once of g shall be installed with isolation joints between the structure and the pavement. _Gradin Notes any conflict. e. All joints shall be sealed with Sonoborn Sonolastic SL -1, or an approved equal. 6. The contractor shall coordinate all utility installation so that grade critical elements 1' All unpaved areas shall be adequately graded to drain at a minimum of 1.00% slope, f. Concrete shall not be placed if the air temperature is 50° F and fallin or 95° (i.e. storm drain, sanitary sewer, etc.) do not conflict with non -grade critical unless otherwise noted, so that no ponding occurs. g F or higher. Concrete may be placed if the air temperature is 40° F and elements (i.e. electrical conduit, water services, etc.). 2. Unless otherwise specified, unpaved areas shall drain away from buildings so that rising or less than 95° F. 7. The contractor shall furnish all materials, equipment, and labor for excavation, the perimeter curb is a minimum 6" lower than the finished floor. 5. Steel boring, installation, and backfilling of utility lines and relates appurtenances, as 3. Finish grade adjacent to curbing or sidewalk shall be Y2" below the to of concrete P a. All reinforcing steel shall be deformed billed steel bar having a minimum yield shone on the plans. and 2" below in landscaping areas. strength of not less than 60 KSI conforming to ASTM A6115, Grade 60. 8. The loading and unloading of all pipe and other accessories shall be in accordanceP 4. When to of curb elevations are shown, the curb height is 6" unless otherwise with the manufacturer's recommended practices and shall, at all times, be specified. b. All reinforcing steel shall be free from rust or other bond reducing agents. performed with care to avoid any damage to the material. The contractor shall locate and provide the necessary storage areas for materials and equipment. 5. The contractor shall follow the general intent of the grading C. All splices in pavement and curbing steel shall be staggered and lapped 30 adjustments to the actual elevations shown on the grading g g Plans. Minor inches times the bar diameter or 12 inches, whichever is greater. 9. Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating all connections to public systems match existing ground elevations and structures. g g Plan may be required to and installations with regulatory inspector. d. Concrete coverage for the reinforcing steel shall comply with the ACI code, 6. Adequate drainage shall be maintained at all times during construction and any latest edition. The steel shall have a minimum 1 Y2 inch clearance. 10. This project shall be built by means of open cut except as noted on the drawings. drainage ditch or structure disturbed during construction shall be restored to Contractor to determine the locations of bore pits in the field subject to the existing conditions or better. Traffic Control Notes' inspector's approval. 7. The approval of these plans is not an authorization to grade adjacent properties. 1. Contractor shall provide and install traffic control devices in conformance with part 11. Structural backfill will be required for all excavation within 5 feet of public roadway When field conditions warrant off-site grading, permission must be obtained from VI of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Texas MUTCD, most pavements or walks. the affected property owner(s). Any adjacent property and right-of-way disturbed recent edition with revisions) during construction. during construction will be returned to there existing conditions or better. 2. Lane closure will not ''be allowed unless approved by the TxDOT or COCS representative, as applicable. 3. The work shall be completed such that the roadway will be fully opened to traffic overnight. Overnight lane closures will not be permitted, unless otherwise approved by the applicable engineer. 4. Plastic drums shall be used for overnight delineation of off roadway work areas. Legend Line Types Hydrant Storm W-8 Existing Water Line, Size Noted W-8 Proposed Water Line, Size Noted W w Existing Water Service W W Proposed Water Service S-8 Existing Sanitary Sewer Line, Size r S-8 Proposed Sanitary Sewer Line, Size S S Existing Sanitary Sewer Service S S Proposed Sanitary Sewer Service - - -- - Existing Storm Sewer Piping - _ Proposed Storm Sewer Piping GAS GAS Existing Natural Gas Line GAS GAS Proposed Natural Gas Line UE UE Existing Underground Electrical Line UE UE Proposed Underground Electrical Lin AE AE Existing Aerial Electrical Line AE AE Proposed Aerial Electrical Line T T Existing Underground Telephone T T Proposed Underground Telephone - - - 295- - Existing Contour, Elevation Noted 295 Proposed Contour, Elevation Noted Existing Easement SILT SILT Silt Fence TW Top of Walk BM Bench Mark Existing Chain Link Fence Proposed Chain Link Fence xxx xxx Existing Wire Fence TR Top of Wall SY Square Yard Existing Board Fence Proposed Board Fence Symbols Gas Com-panv Notes: 1. At all underground gas utility crossings, the contractor shall give the appropriat utility company a minimum of 72 hours notice so that their field representath may be present. 2. Eighteen (18) inch clearance shall be maintained between the proposed utility an the existing underground gas line. this clearance shall be measured form outsid of pipe to outside of pipe, or sleeving, whichever is more conservative. 3. For excavation near the underground gas line(s), the contractor shall cover, o remove, the bucket teeth of the excavator. The final thirty-six (36) inche surrounding the gas line shall be excavated by hand digging. Notes General Notes 1. It is the intent of these plans comply with all City of College Station guidelines, details, and specifications. ,tl •GLENN•JON ......... •.� 97600 • 00 •G� 1X S/ONALxx •E The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #9760 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. No. ( Revision/Issue I Date Firm Name and Address: 74. . . . . . . . . . . . 41ng.'n r i PO Box 5192 -Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www.J4Engineermg.com Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggieland Express Carwash at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision-1.254AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas Date: sheet: Oct2014 Scale: C-1 As Noted Hydrant Storm Grate Inlet -0- Water Valve ® S.E.T. Water Sewer Manhole SS Manhole wM Water Meter Sewer Clean -Out Phone Pedestal ® Box g Sign Power Pole Abbreviations TP Top of Pavement W/ With TC Top of Curb W/OUT With Out TG Top of Ground S.E.T. Sloped End Treatment TW Top of Walk BM Bench Mark TI Top of Inlet TBM Temporary Bench Mark TR Top of Wall SY Square Yard FL Flow Line LF Linear Foot MH Man Hole CO Clean Out Min Minimum O.C. On Center Max Maximum O.C.E.W. On Center Each Way N.T.S. Not to Scale PSI Pounds per Square Inch PI Point of Inflection PVC Polyvinyl Chlorid e PT Point of Tangency RCP Reinforced Conci ete Pipe P PC Point of Curvature PVMT Pavement Sch Schedule H Horizontal R.O.W. Right of Way V Vertical Gas Com-panv Notes: 1. At all underground gas utility crossings, the contractor shall give the appropriat utility company a minimum of 72 hours notice so that their field representath may be present. 2. Eighteen (18) inch clearance shall be maintained between the proposed utility an the existing underground gas line. this clearance shall be measured form outsid of pipe to outside of pipe, or sleeving, whichever is more conservative. 3. For excavation near the underground gas line(s), the contractor shall cover, o remove, the bucket teeth of the excavator. The final thirty-six (36) inche surrounding the gas line shall be excavated by hand digging. Notes General Notes 1. It is the intent of these plans comply with all City of College Station guidelines, details, and specifications. ,tl •GLENN•JON ......... •.� 97600 • 00 •G� 1X S/ONALxx •E The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #9760 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. No. ( Revision/Issue I Date Firm Name and Address: 74. . . . . . . . . . . . 41ng.'n r i PO Box 5192 -Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www.J4Engineermg.com Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggieland Express Carwash at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision-1.254AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas Date: sheet: Oct2014 Scale: C-1 As Noted VicinityMap p Construction Notes: 14" (Grind Smooth All Rough Areas and Edges) Oleg9. 1. Contractor is to verify the exact location and vertical positioning of existing ' IJ Top of utilities and I service lines within the, project area, whether shown on plans or not, at least 48 hrs. CONTROL POINT: -y 6, prior to any construction. Contractor is responsible for 1/2" IRON ROD FOUND -G y N.T.S. any damage done to existing facilities. Call Elev = 293.19 .I , Encasement 1-800-dig-tess. N:10187636.67 I I ~` 2. All radii and distances are measured to the back E:3576197.63 I painted after installation with of curb unless otherwise noted. Back of curb N/F COLLEGE STATION ISD CASTLEGATE \, 30 15 0 radii are shown on the Pavement Plan. 80' PRIVATE ORA/NAGE Q 20' R O. W. EASEMENT, 5793/187 , 3. All site work is to be done in conformance with the Bryan/College EASEMENT, f 5101451 Station 2012 Standard Lr)I I Q• . Specifications for Water & Sewer and the City of PROJECT��\��� College Station Standard Specifications for Streets & Drainage.�a LocATionl `ZJ I r� 4. All utility lines (water, gas, sanitary sewer, g.t.e., storm ' I: PROPOSED sewer, etc.) shown are taken from best •1 I `-: ELECTRICAL APPROXIMATE LOCA T/ON OF FLOODPLAIN �q _ - I I� SEE SHEET L1 2gs\ FOR LANDSCAPING PUBL/C UT/CITY _ \ \ I\ / 8" Sch 40 Steel Pipe 14" (Grind Smooth All Rough Areas and Edges) Slope Top of Finish Grade Concrete 2$' Encasement {' Note: ~` 1. All steel must be completely painted after installation with 6" N/F COLLEGE STATION ISD CASTLEGATE \, 30 15 0 30 80' PRIVATE ORA/NAGE .� BUSINESS CENTER / EASEMENT, 5793/187 BLOCK 1, LOT 2 17.02 ACRES \ - - 87 ZONED ZONED GC �L20' ASEMENT, 5793/187 \ PROPOSED I TRAP TANK avai able record information based on / SERV/CE I W\ \ ------- - �` _ _tel\BqC/�-� i \ construction utility map documents obtained by , � ` � EX/ST /� / I T / \\ SEWER LINE ` I from city & independent agencies and/or above f - ' IBUILDING.- 180517 s ` \� \� \\\ \ \ \ ground field evidence. Shown positions may not ' T P.U.E. & PUBLIC I q ~�� ACCESS EASEMENT, •,\� represent as -built conditions.'' °. ` PROPOSED BUILDING. I �� \/ s 1805/182 ' ' •'.., � a ,.:♦ �, / \ PARTIAL TWO-STORY \ / � " 294.50 \ \� �. EXISTING E 5. Electrical conduit for parking lot lighting will be ELE r /\ � :. , • � •''�\ � �-' shown on the electrical site plan. I I f °i'.:'. ; : 3635 SF : a: ' .: ,:4' , .. \� PROPOSED WATER LINE I/ TOLL BOOTH 1, D B GUTTE ' \ f II III(I� • , I•I I30. 60 S•F •� �:• a' ' 4 •;• • .d'`A, .a •a =a:.•Q 1- d4A < :as:(. . :T,,• rY�-P-.,;:^': .>• ;P •..`: :•:r•.•� �=='_• ' �: ��.•��.. ':_ .4.:,'.�: _ :=;• �, aS ::.E: °D~T •..;'': ';V��A;+ ,.C`.••:U. ). ' •.0 a,+. M • --.- `;p ;':- �.(2 °E♦eA'_n'^: C_°H•• �y,s \" f •.,: ;° W'�,.�:: .a.c .'\ .. a' a'aa4\• •.' .:a `• °:. ..�•. '. °a s, , \\'\ • \� \ standards 6. Exterior lighting et the Unified of Seti.othe College Station of Ordinancedsha11 not below -Site Specific The light source opaque housig and no P )SED halldirect1Y project horizontally. Fixtureswill be in such LK W/ + CUThe manner the coneof light does not PROPOSED 6 PROPOSED &develo developer of the property is Jed cross any property line. \.a 2� 0' PUBLIC �57U93T/L /\1T8YWaltemathe. The subject A. ASEMENT E nter, and is CANOPCONCRETE PVMBOLLARDproperty is Lot 1R -A, +�Block 1 of the Castlegate Business CeY (TYP zoned GC, General Commercial. . parking lot is 6" depth concrete pavement to or exceed minimum City of College Station �3 PROPOSED . \:VYACUUM STALL (TP)2. Proposed buildin Requirements. �' g is apartial two-story Type •�7 . Q�V � 1 lI , , Ia1 ! 1 I, � / / ~ % :! `\�:•�.. I � - a ': '°'> ...m• '. a% . II -B without sprinklers. The building is a t � ,.I'. a ' • ••.. l "• ,> Landscaping N ai n ,. 3 De ' f 635 sl � t.i :ate .. � • . ° ` .. , SF with h P g n &Anal ® t : ` ":, , <, .• ' ' ''• d ' ,� • � PROPOSED 2 i h I f g ysls will be provided on `"" •. eight of 27 -4 and FF=294.50. .::, . •' ,,;. ., ' •.. a... '`.:, : • ., :,...... a•'' �:. �. _ � the Landscape Plan. • _ . . Y y `..:: Q.; ; WATER SERV/CE ��� I,9 I `;.. .. :..�:. 1615 SF 3128 SF , i• 3. Fire flow hydrant demand is 1,500 gpm. The 9. The bearings ' °'"•" � � �• '• - ' •*.{` d . ,/ PR POSED 4' � I ' �,. • •�' � ' • . ' : �e ' ♦ , ; .. . existing hydrants will provide the fire flow for system shown hereon is based on - '' "�� ' this development. grid north as established from GPS observation. DRA/ AGE FLUME / I' I ,;• 4. A portion of this lot is withi 10. Building setback lines shall be in accordancet � n the 100 -yr with the City of College Station UDO. 1 i floodplain according to the DFIRM for Brazos �' PROJECT BENCHMARK: � J PROP D 5' County, Texas and Incorporated Areas, Map No. 14. All roof andTOP BOLT STREETLIGHT �' DEWALK 48041C0325E, effective May 16, 2012. equipment ground -mounted mechanical �>> � ipment shall be screened from view or Elev = 294.56 i. The stormwater runoff from this development will isolated so as not to be visible from any public N:10187776.93 I I right-of-way or residential district within 150' of E:3576404.68 be controlled by the existing drainage structure and detention pond, as shown and designed the subject lot, measured from a point 5 feet 10' GTE I I above grade. Such screening shall be coordinated � � ' � EASEMENT, within the Tower Point LOMR, Case No 10-06-0675P, by Walter P. Moore. This site meets with the building architecture and scale to y� CJ'- 745/838 the impervious cover and flow assumptions used maintain a unified appearance. in the report analysis. 15. Proposed signs shall be permitted separatelyin 00 �, V I accordance with the City of College Station UO. _ :� I Grading and drainage information will be Q: EX/ST/NG provided on the Grading Plan. 16. The irrigation system must be approved and n��0� AER/AL installed prior to issuance of C.O.ry\ry ELECTR/CAL The developed area for this project is 0.966 Q ,� acres (42,091 SF). �; 4 17. All ,y v _ - devices, vice s a 0 appurtenances, anc P es Palianc 4_1 esPP andTraffic i apparatus intended m act anal sis to serve P. y l not re uired. some ' s ecial�q function an P \ 5 GTE ^ .. d that connect to the water supply L / I system, shall be provided against backflow and f `z y �� EASEMENT, Solid waste pickup will be provided by the contamination of t J 771/5 collection truck enteringt he water Supply system. he parking lot from location of any backflow prevention devices s shall �\1� Greens Prairie Drive and collecting waste from be shown two 8 CY containers within the existing on the architectural Plumbing laps.(' stmg enclosed g p dumpster area. 18. The proposed grit interceptor shall meet the / I ►. Lot IR -A and Lot 1R -B, Block 1 of the Castle ate requirements of the City of College Station, Texas Business Center Subdivision are considered a Code of Ordinances, Chapter 11, Section 6. / building plot for the purposes of landscaping, 19. A "Knox Box" security system O NRA, and signage. P P P g' buildings. Y Y m is required on all ' \ Utility Demand: --- Parking Analysis: y 3 3d I I Water Demand I Li O I (Manufacturer's Product Data Proposed Improvements: y Average: 36.45m 14 Vacuum Bays gP i I . Maximum (peak): 145.8 gpm N 2" domestic water meter Sanitary Sewer Demand (@ 90% of Total Water Demand) Average 32.8 gpm Maximum (peak) 131.2 gpm 6" sanitary sewer line Fill w/ Concrete & Round Off Top w/ Grout Plug ew Required Parking: 14... 1 per Vacuum Bay 14... Total Required New Provided Parking: 13... Vacuum Bay Parking 1... Vacuum Bay Parking w/ Van Accessible 14.... Total Provided I 8" Sch 40 Steel Pipe 14" (Grind Smooth All Rough Areas and Edges) Slope Top of Finish Grade Concrete 2$' Encasement {' Note: 1. All steel must be completely painted after installation with 6" zinc -rich rust inhibitive paint. 18" (Traffic Yellow). Min Dia. 2. Final quantity & location of all bollards shall be per plans. Typical Bollard Detail Detail N.T.S. T 315" 1 24" -•�� / 6'. Bike Rack Detail N.T.S. 24" Y4 "R _ I 6„-� (---- 15" I3" 0 V, Y4„R 5" 12"1 0 _f 70, 3» 4 6„ 7„ 0 3„ 3" 0 2„ -L 2" 3 o #4 Bars 3 0 %" x 18" Smooth Expansion Dowels Driveway Raised Curb Detail N.T.S 285 !l 75'S/DE noc .nnc F N-. _ +a.�', Y;-�--: =-, ".'°^Y.� -•'�e:_:;-,-' � '..\ ` _ � `lf3/j'�.'•� / % i. / / SETBACK its: i N a.'.' °a' a• P. U.E. �`. • r �yU -• <.: '`' : EX/ST/NG DRIVEWAY • � � i \ - SEWER SERV/CE I PROPOSED 1" / IRRIGATION METER � EX/ST/NG SAN/TARY o, /� / i 24' CROSS ACCESS SEWER MANHOLE t f EASEMENT, 12031/165 ° / C9% f 20' CITY OF�, / m �l /` BRYAN EASEMENT 1697/167 Ico 1 N FCROSSACROSS-ACCESS EX/S TING // , , _ P . NA SIR IR VE ERANI AER /ALEASEMENT 12031/165 / P �.� r� V l CASTLEGATE BUSINESS CENTER / ELECTRICAL / j / ��V Q I BLOCK 1, LOT 1R-6 m ` 2.601 ACRES mi EX/ST/NG DUMPSTER m / _ ~ � ZONED GC / � ENCLOSURE W/TWO ./ 8-CY RECEPTACLES NOTICE The contractor is specific Llly cautioned that Cb w the location and/or elevat on of the existing _ _ _ _ _ / utilities as shown on these ;plans is based o 20'5 - P 0 SEM/NOLE -" `- ��F�- -' -�-� �-� _ � records of the various ut' ty companies and, PIPE.!/NE EASEMENT % w _� - _ F�PE SHE-~ -��t / ?� ` / - wherepossible, \ 1 -- _ FIRS LANE /� % 1022/807 & 510/444 e / / / field. The its taken in the a, c � � ______ � � mformat on enis� not to b ' upon as beinge retied exact o r c iimplete. It is the contractor's responsibility t,avoid all existing w utilities and repair any dawaged hoes, at his sHYDR4N3NV1 3ai� own expense, whether the utility is shown on -1�/ % a� / / these plans or not. The /- -- 3N f1 a 3NYI �a,� _.-_�` - I / contractor shall _ �o notify the a r i pp opriate utilit I cow hours prior to anexcavation. Pant 48 Itl I a =M Y Contact Information: Texas One Call: 800-245-4545 Lone Star One Call: 800-669-8344 Texas Excavation Safety I'''800-344-8377 ��,� �-�.....,..w._,.,ti�,��s().... System g (Digtess) College Station Utilities 979-764-3638 ED1, Bryan Texas Utilities '979-821-5865 �] II Atmos EnergLlfuMR y 979-774-2506 Verizon i 1 O LI ` Suddenlink 1979-821-4300 I '� ( ,979-846-2229 OCT 1 30- O 2014 COLILtr- 0 ' DL141EVEtpQ1A1 ION FN cn. VI FP,� Typical Curb -Cut Detail N.T.S. OCT 3 0 201.4E-GIE STATION � ,- rr kGMNE.I Property Description Detail N.T.S. 1 DEMO EX/ST/NG SIDEWALK AND RAMP l / (f9 SY) i o I II I (rEw I D Q ... I i i 4. DEMO EX/ST/NG I ' CONCRETE DRIVEWAY I_ Y (1110 SY) :• � � iI ', I I I / DEMO EXIST/NG SIDEWALK AND R4MP II I V1 I I � II 1Si; ;;' I III cel I y Demolition Detail Scale = 1:20 Site P14 General Notes: 1. The topography shown iii i field survey data. 2. Refer to Final Plat for all dimensions and bearings. 3. All utilities shown are taken f the best available nforma based on construction ut documents nts obtained tamed by Engineering from City Independent agencies and/or at ground field evidence. Sh positions ions may not •repre: as -built conditions. 4. The contractor shall be respons for verifying the exact 'localiion all existing underground utilit whether shown on these plans not. Notification of the uti companies 48 hours in advarice construction is required. 5. Contractor is responsible for fi verifying existing and - prppo., grades prior to any construct: and reporting any inconsist�enc to the Owner, 6. All construction shall bil accordance with the current E Standard Specifications, Deta: and Design Guidelines for at Sewer, Streets, and Dr ''nal unless otherwise noted. 7. The contractor shall be respo sil for the containment and rrop disposal of all liquid and sol waste associated with the proje and shall use all means nece!ssa: to prevent the occurrence ofwil blown litter. 8. It is the intent of these plans Comply with m 1 P all Cit of Ca1 Y le Station n eh guid ' nes, details, an specifications. 9. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. Property Owner/ Applicant: Jed Waltemathe 2012 Finfeather Rd Bryan, TX 77801 '(PSE OF '14i 11 Is, �.•* * '•*��� GLENN JON S . 0 97600 j SAONAL .... •r- G The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #9760 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. No. I Revision/Issue Firm Name and Address: M4loginevOring ® 4 PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 Www•T4Engineermg, col Firm #9951 Project Name and Address: Agg. eland Express Carwas. at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D• Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision--1254AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas Date: Oct2014 Seale: As Noted Sheet: C2 Paving Notes: I. All concrete for pavement construction shall be to the minimum depth shown on the plans and shall have a minimum 28 -day compressive strength of 4000 PSI. The maximum percentage of fly ash replacement of portland cement shall be 20 percent by weight. 2. Item 360 of the TxDOT "Standard Specifications for Construction and Maintenance of Highways. Street, & Bridges" shall be used as a technical specification for reinforced concrete pavement. 3. Subgrade shall be stabilized per the "Subgrade Stabilization Table" shown on this plan. The lime stabilized soil shall be mixed to provide a homogeneous mixture with a minimum pH of 12.4, and which meets the gradation requirements specified in the TxDOT, Standard Specifications for Construction of Highways, Streets, and Bridges, Item 260. The lime stabilized soil shall be compacted to a density of at least 98% of the maximum dry density as determined by ASTM D698 at a moisture content from optimum moisture to 4% above optimum moisture content. The lime used to stabilize the soil shall meet the requirements of TxDOT Item 264, "Lime and Lime Slurry". The lime stabilized subgrade should extend a minimum of 12" outside the pavement. 4. The subgrade beneath the concrete sidewalks shall be compacted and "proof -rolled". any weak or soft areas identified by the "proof -rolling" shall be removed and replaced. 5. A sand leveling course under concrete pavement is NOT permitted. 6. Joint sealant material to be Sonneborn SL -1 or approved equal. 7. Curing compound shall be applied uniformly to the concrete after the surface finishing is complete at the rate recommended by the manufacturer. The curing compound shall meet the requirements of TxDOT Item 526. 8. Contractor shall provide engineer with a proposed pavement expansion and contraction joint plan prior to pavement construction. 9. See Sheet C1 -General Notes. Subgrade Stabilization Table: PI = Plasticity Index LL = Liquid Limit If PI >20 and LL <35, Then Lime Stabilize Subgrade If PI >15 and LL >36, Then Lime Stabilize Subgrade If PI <5, Then Cement Stabilize Subgrade Acceptable soils other than those defined by the limits above, do not require stabilization. PI % Required Material <5 5% Cement <25 5% Lime 26-33 6% Lime 34-40 7% Lime >40 Determined by ASTM C977 Lune Steel Reinforcing Bars Concrete Pavement Q 6" Lime Stabilized Subgrade to t Extend 1' outside the Edge of Pvmt 1. X=6" as Shown on the Plan 2. 6" Pavement - use #4 rebar ® 12" O.C.E.W. Typical Concrete Paving Section N.T.S 0.080" Alum. Sign Blank (Typ.) M Green Lettering, PARKING Arrow & Border White Symbols on Blue Square VM White ACCESSIBLE Background Green Lettering on White Background I I 2" Galy. Steel Pipe ¢,* 0.4 li 3,000 PSI Concrete _, Base to be Centered P-4-111: on ADA Parking Space ¢ II=1 as Per Layout Plan ;�ti,o'`I�III 12„ . ADA Parking Sign N.T.S. y. ' ((Iy y 1s --_ is 1 Ql-V .. .. • . II I I I jI /I- / II II I,I /II NL ,I IS 'I I 'TAII +ILII I I + I 'I LI•'I ' �' '.3II'II I I It IIII I _"ICIIII I I ,I'IIII IIUI'I I l1I I. I > I � I I R�II I I IIIII I I B II ,I :Y.• '• I I 45W ��S'w I; •I I :I I Ii ,II._ , . . WWW`w\_ o WW�W-•t_ •9W �vW�`�W mO"NI„ m- I mZm W 1„�m_\ : \W�0O - /•3 W 7,\ •1 -3:W`�`Y`�E-W\ f - -\WB- ON\L7\W LNAV9` -R'W3Dff S W� - .. O OW4W � AWgNOO �N.E• -WWW W '�WtWoWW �W,y� � WW W•YjjWW�� �Tm WWO� WW -W�WWWWR • -W QiWWJ -\i �� �• SWWoW o WWW t `•W-2 ' , � WmoW•O„WY w• W OWW •WW O WWSW OWZWfW O•W WYWW 3W O••W�W WWw•W !• W'WryW_ WWeW(WW WW1 0 \W W W0.WW�W WWWW YWWW WWWW W R WW maWWWW WW W\W.WWWWy ^I/v • 0 -f `\\ �N \ \ /\ -• MSWW +L^ -. Y \ • e�! 1�W \g � es/ \\\n \ \d Existing Pavement ` n/ (�t 20 10 0 20 Proposed Landscaped Area Proposed 6!\ " Concrete Pavement Proposed 4„ Concrete Sidewalk IN S S INSTALL 3 CURB CUTS ®6" EACH120.00'UE 01) H AND OMATCH W/OT ELEVATION OF EXIST/NG y h N SIDEWALK AND GUTTER N N 5.00 PROPOSED ADA PA siG� 0012.00 .18. ADA RAUP 0 0 0W i' 0.0 (TYP) 4.00 O00,W 4' SIDEWALKW/ O0' 112 60' O INSTALL 3CURB MATCHW/DTH AND CUTS ® 6- EACH ELEVATION OF EXIST/NG PROPOSED 4' DRAINAGE FLUME SIDEWALK AND GUTTER (SEE GRADING PLAN) RIZ IN PAE4ANE--AAE LAhE _°RONO ECS®6ACHJS 00 R2 REMOEPROPOSED -TEMPORARY � \ "\\iU�> ) ADA RAMP I CURB AND A'ATCH EXIST/NG h/EMENREMOVE TEMPORARY >OMATCHCURB AND O �EX/STNG PAVEMENV Kas XIST/NG CONCRETE DRIVEWAY 5.0' OCTo7 CID ENGINEERING COLLEGENATI co 6 24" „R�4 15" Sawed or formed, seal with joint material 3„ 4 5„ Cb3/8" to 1/2" wide, 2" deep4 W 10 6 7" o o 3„ 3» 2" Per Plans C Cb EX/ST/NG CONCRETE #4 Bars 4 0 %" x 18" Smooth Expansion Dowels Contraction joint sealant to be Sonneborn SL -1 or Driveway Raised Curb Detail / / \ / J!V/y !- I approved equal. N.T.S FIRE t�lE iI , 2. Contraction joints shall be spaced at 15' maximum I I , intervals. I I Light Broom Finish Joints to I II be Tooled 1/4" to 1/2" Dee PVMT Contraction Joint Detail p N.T.S 3,500 psi Concrete Edge 4 Thick Min. of Bldg. Seal w/ joint material Per Plans varies Smooth dowel bar 3/4" 1/2" dia. x 18" o.c.) Sidewalk Contraction Joint Detail Natural Ground 2% Max Slope (coated w/heavy grease or Pavement N.T.S. _ _ a 6" 12" 6 " dC .ate ;:• ;. . Per Plans W Seal / Joint Material Smooth Dowel Bar ,1L- ll_ -I11=111.1_-; �' _; .. • .. ,_ ••._ . _. - - •:..._': • .• DLII 1L �- . . ,•. 'fie' e•'s s!•:e e•• -#3 B ars ® 6» Non -extruding Metal or plastic cap, 3/4" -I i ll! I II 1111=J L-iIJ, ►J1=1J1-111=�j1(I� LI 1111J11 I it i�-a 11-=12" O. C.E.W n_ T joint filler inside diameter to be i Note: - _ I e„ 1/16" greater than 'I Note: diameter of dowel bar 4„ 1. Install expansion joints at 40' (max) longitudinal 1. Expansion joint sealant to be Sonneborn SL -1 or spacing and install control joints at 5' (max) approved equal. longitudinal spacing Non -Extruding Joint Filler Metal or plastic cap, inside 2. Expansion joints shall be spaced at 45' maximum diameter to be 1/16" greater intervals. than diameter of dowel bar -Typical Sidewalk Ty�cal N.T.S. N.T.S. Curb -Cut Detail PVMT Expansion Joint Detail Sidewalk Expansion Joint Detail N.T.S N.T.S. Sidewalk Note: 1. Sidewalk joint sealant to be Sonneborn SL -1 or approved equal. 2. Sidewalk expansion joints shall be spaced at 60' maximum intervals. 3. Sidewalk contraction joints shall be spaced at a maximum interval equal to the sidewalks width. P,2VeM,0D Plan General Notes I. Refer to Final Plat for all dimensions and bearings. 2. All dimensions are to back of cu or edge of pavement, unl( otherwise noted. 3. Maximum cross slope for all A accessible routes is 2% f sidewalks and pavement. T. minimum cross slope for sidewal is 1%. 4. Materials and methods f pavement markings shall. confor to TxDOT Standard Specificatio for Construction of. Highwa3 Streets, and Bridges (currei edition), with the followii exceptions: 1) Type II markh materials need not be purchase from the Department, and 2) Gla; beads may be omitted, bi marking material eria s 1 g hall be T YP e paint -type material. 5. It is the intent of these plans t comply with all City of Colleg Station guidelines, specifications, details. 6. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. OF r , 00 oo•••.. 00• GLENN JON S / ,� ' • .7600 00 00 tX tx NAL'E The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #97600 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. No. ' Revision/Issue I Date Firm Name and Address: 4' P. 41ngineur'ling PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 WWW.J4E12gineermg.com Firm#9951 Project Name and Address: Aggleland Express Carwash at castlegate plaza 790 William D. Fetch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivrsion-1.ZS4AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas J Date: Sheet: Oct2014 Scale - As As Noted ' SWPPP Information: _ Nature of Construction Activity Pavement, drainage, and utility improvements for a site development. Potential pollutants and sources _ Sediment from excavations and equipment movements around the site. Schedule of Events: 1. Install silt fencing. 2. Install stabilized construction exit. 3. Clear and grubb. 4. Install utilities and drainage structures. 5. Apply pavement. 6. Complete grading and install permanent seeding. 7. When all construction activity is completed the site is stabilized. Remove silt fence and re—seed any area disturbed during construction and assure a healthy ground cover. Areas of Disturbance: During the construction of the pavement, drainage, and utility improvements the area that will be disturbed includes the street right—of—ways and the water and sanitary sewer connections to existing lines. Structural Controls: Temporary stabilization — areas where construction activity temporarily ceases for at least 21 days will be stabilized with temporary seed no later than 14 days from the last construction activity in that area all proposed fill material will be seeded. Silt fence and/or hay bales will be installed at all outfalls, areas where water runs off the site; inlets under construction will have silt fencing or hay bales placed around the perimeter of the inlet all constructed inlets will have sandbags placed in front of the throat to collect sediment but allow flow of water into the inlet. There is one livestock pond present at this site that will be incorporated into the regional detention pond. Storm Water Management• Storm water drainage will be controlled by drainage ditches and a detention pond for the developed area. All areas affected by construction will be fine graded and have permanent seeding. The remainder of the area will remain in its natural state. Offsite vehicle trackin • A stabilized construction entrance will be provided to help reduce vehicle tracking of sediments. The paved street adjacent to the site entrance will be swept to remove any excess mud, dirt, or rock tracked from the site. Dump trucks hauling material from the construction site will be covered with a tarpaulin. Certification of Compliance with State and Local Regulations This storm water pollution prevention plan reflects the city's requirements for storm water management erosion, and sediment control. To ensure compliance, this plan was prepared in acccordance with the cities drainage policy. There are no other applicable state or federal requirements for sediment and erosion site plans (or permits) or storm water management site plans (or permits). Maintenance/Inspection Procedures: These are the inspection and maintenance practices that will be used to maintain erosion and sediment controls: • All control measures will be inspected at least once every 14 days and following any storm event of 0.5 inches or greater. • All measures will be maintained in good working order; if a repair is necessary if will be initiated within 24 hours of the report. • Built up sediment will be removed from silt fence when it has reached one—half the height of the fence. • Silt fence will be inspected for depth of sediment, tears, to see if the fabric is securely attached to the fence posts, and to see that the fence posts are firmly in the ground. • Temporary and permanent seeding and planting will be inspected for bare spots, washouts, and healthy growth. • A maintenance inspection report will be made after each inspection. The inspection report form will be prepared by the site superintendent and filed for record. • A site superintendent will be responsible for inspections, maintenance and repair activities, and filling out the inspection and maintenance report. Non—Storm Water Discharges: It is expected that the following non—storm water discharges will occur from the site during the construction period: • Water from water line flushing Site Description: Project name and location: Aggieland Express Carwash 790 William D. Fitch Pkwy College Station, Brazos County, Texas Owner and Developer: Jed Waltemathe 2012 Finfeather Rd Bryan, TX 77801 The site is not located on Indian lands. Latitude: 30. 33' 7.2" Longitude: 96. 16' 1.5" MS4 operator name: City of College Station, Texas Receiving water body: Spring Creek Estimated area to be disturbed: 0.97 acres The storm water pollution prevention plan shall be in compliance with state and local sediment and erosion plans. Operator Requirements: The operator shall submit a NOI to TCEQ and a copy to the operator and post a copy at the construction site in a location where it is readily available for viewing prior to commencing construction activities, and maintain the notice in that location until completion of the construction activity. The operator shall provide a copy of the NOI to the operator of the municipal separate storm sewer system receiving the discharge, at least two (2) days prior to comme ^� construction activities. ncing -r- The operator shall submit a NOT to TCEQ and a copy to the operator of the municipal storm sewer system once the final stabilization has been achieved and the temporary Zvk erosion controls have been removed. Controls must be developed to limit, to the extent practicable, offsite transport of litter, o construction debris and construction materials. W Operator Inspection Requirements• The following records must be maintained and either attached to or referenced in the storm water plan: • The dates when major grading activities occur. • The dates when construction activities temporarily or permanently cease on a portion of the site. • The dates when stabilization measures are initiated. a A report summarizing the scope of the inspection, names and qualifications of personnel v making the inspection, the dates of the inspection, and major observations must be made and retained with the storm water plan. Major observations should include: 0 The locations of discharges of sediment or other pollutants form the site; Locations of BMP's that failed to operate as designed or proved inadequate for a particular location; and - 0 Locations where additional BMP's are needed. CL X Operator's Record KeeDine• The permittee must retain the following records for a minimum of 3 years from the date that a NOT is submitted: • A copy of the storm water plan and 'd0 All reports and actions required by this permit, includin N site notice all data used to complete the NOI. g a co Py of the construction rn 0 rn N Q) W Metal T—Post As Req'd. to Maintain Spaced 6' Apart Silt Fence and/or Hay Bales to be Used in Areas of Drainage Flow Natural Ground 4"14" Min. Trench 6" Min. Depth Stone (ASTM D448, 3" to 5" Diameter) Over Geotextile Fabric With Same Square Footage 2"X4" Wire Mesh Fastened to T—Post Sediment Control Fabric Fastened Securely to T—Post & Wire Mesh 8" of Filter Fabric to Extend Into a Trench and be Anchored with Compacted Back Fill Allow 2.5' to 5' at Toe of Slope for Sediment to Accumulate. Align Fence Along Slope Contours. Direction of Flow 4" Silt Fence N.T.S �� Existing Street Minimum 12' Shall Be Full Width of Site Entrance * Varies 50 TO 1p0' Geotextile Fabric 3ubgrade Note: Dress With Additional Stone As Needed. Stone Is To Be Maintained So As To Prevent Construction Traffic From Tracking Mud Onto Adjacent Public Streets. Construction Exit Detail N.T.S 20 10 0 20 I I,I'LI II I I I \ snr 1 �_S¢.r I �l INSTALL f260 LF I II'I I ` --SILr SILT FENCE I I' 295` \` - —_ _ Sllr �� \ \T \ _ — �• J1I INSTALL 1200 LF ' I I "1 SILT FENCE INSTALL -i,JO LF-- S/LT FENCE a INSTALL f75 LF Sk T FEVOF IVoI �► MI I i /NJ i��I II .INSTALL INLET ` > � PROTECTION r ,r ; � JS.�I `1 � _ � ---__ �� W INSTALL f75 LF /� y� x2365 �IGo ---- St. SILT FENCE ', E \ I_/1 269' _ / I 0' i / N 3tdu9 t 11 l I I I \, i z em ' I AltWF1� I I - Sut, Cb i OCT 3 G 2014 kF / I ,LLE 8,-W'i- i _ . �m cb NE � ! _ = \ . / I Co Cb -Fife N �=.FIRE LAN Geotextile Bags CQ —18" Min Plasticl� Il i� Liner Existing Crushed Rock Rumble, Subgrade Elevation View Waste Material or Compacted Waste Subgrade 41111111110 411111111110 40 18" Min a, Geotextile Bags Filled i H with Sand or Gravel to Anchor Plastic Liner Top 4m 4 Plan View Concrete Washout N.T.S 8'x8' Bottom Pit Area (Min) Expand as Needed Erosion and sediment Controlp la, General Notes: 1. The topography shown is fromo field survey data. 2. Assure positive drainage across project site to the storm watl�er structures. 3. All site work to be done an conformance with the BCS Unif l)d Standards Specifications, unless otherwise stated in these plans. 4. It is the intent of these plans o comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, J& details. 5. See Sheet Cl — General Notes. OF TE,�,gS1�1 rpw t 00..... ....... 001 / GLENN JON S / of... ..97600 ll S/ONAL •E The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #97600 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. No. IRevision/Issue I Date Firm Name and Address: Ar 4 Engineuftring a PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 77805 _ 979-739-0567 www.J4Engmeerrng.com Firm #9951 Sand Sand Bag Bag 4! Project Name and Address: i Aggleland Express Carwash {I at Castlegate Plaza I' 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Note: Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Temporary devices around storm drains are used to detain and/or filter se — Center Subdivision-�-1.254AC The protection / sediment—laden runoff. p ion allows sediment to settle prior to discharge into a storm drain inlet or catch bas i College Station, Brazos County, Texas Sand bags shall be W resistant and must not degrade due to atmospheric conditions. Sand bags!in. shall be replaced upon first sign of deterioration. Sand bags shall be installed & monitored throughout the project upon installation of an inlet. Date: Sheet: Oct2014 Storm Drain n Inlet Protection cti on scare. N.T.S As Noted U a� 'o W Grading . Notes: 1. Fill material used to achieve grade in areas to receive pavement or within the street right-of-way shall be compacted to at least 98% of the maximum dry density as determined by the standard proctor test, (ASTM D698), at a moisture content from optimum moisture content to 4% above the optimum moisture content. Areas outside of the street right-of-way shall be compacted to 95% of the maximum dry density. 2. The subgrade beneath the concrete sidewalks shall be compacted and "proof -rolled". Any weak or soft areas identified by the "proof -rolling" shall be removed and replaced. 3. ADA ramp slopes shall not exceed 1v:12h. 4. Tthe topography shown is from field survey data. 5. Structural backfill for utility or storm drain trenches is required whenever the trench is within 5' of pavement or sidewalk. 6. The contractor shall follow the general intent of the grading plans. Minor adjustments to the actual elevations shown on the grading plan may be required to match existing ground elevations and structures. The proposed contour lines shown are approximate only, and the design grade spot elevations should be used for construction of the site work. 7. Refer to Pavement Plan for pavement construction details and notes. 8. The contractor shall salvage all topsoil and replace it on all disturbed areas. All parking lot islands and areas adjacent to parking and sidewalk areas shall receive 6" sandy loam topsoil prior to placement of grass sod or hydromulch. 9. The contractor shall field verify and locate all existing utilities on site prior to demolition. 10. The contractor shall install all erosion and sediment control devices, as shown, prior to commencing demolition work. 11. Should any existing utilities not shown or shown incorrectly on this plan be found on site, the contractor shall contact the design engineer immediately to discuss any possible conflicts before proceeding with any work in that area. 12. See Sheet Cl - General Notes. 1 Moir - CONTROL POINT: \ - \ 20 10 0 20 1/2" IRON ROD FOUND.,. _ - \ Elev = 293.19 - •__ _� -.. N:10187636.67 I / \ I ��9 ���' \ -`' i E \ . . 2 - .3576197.63 III� .� _ _.._� \ � >� ----_ '- _` _, `-_. _--- ____ \. \ `------ ,___ --•_ EXISTING tot •, `�at _ - DRAINAGE CHANNEL I EXISTING ' DRAINAGE CHANNEL 770 ``tip � \ •''.� \ ...� � \--_..__ '. - IF0 294.50, TC/TP W I / - I I 294.00, TP -� NG 294.50,E 294.00, TPI/I294.50, 130, 294.50, TC/TP ` \ \ 1 \ 11 11 Iv \ 295.36, TC\ \\\\ \ \ \ \ \` \ I ' I 294.00, TP- TRANSITIONAL 294.86, MATCH EXISTING 294.50, TC TRANSITIONAL 294.48, TC/TW GUTTER/SIDEWALK EI f I I CURB 294.50, TC%TP/TW CURB \ \` i I 294.50, TC/TP 295.57 294.91, TP o 294.35, I \294.50, TW 295.41, TC \ \ ;...,. .. TC/yW �9 I 294.50, TW � 294.50, TW - ` 294.50, TW. / 291.85, FL. r: ' 294.10 TP. w 294 48 TC/TW 295.68, TC REGRADE EXISTING ; � �. - _ 295.65, TC DRAINAGE DITCH J 1291I4�27 TC o, 294.48, ,TC/rW , 295.68, TC, 295.70T 294.40, TC T 294.293.92, ,TCTW 40, TW294.45, TC 294.20, TC 294. % , J 293 84, TP / 294.50 TW 294.40, TC%/W 1, II G 1294.17, TW Q n 294. 17, TC 294.19, TC. c� 293.67, /rW 294.18, TC - 295.74, TC \ \ I TPI I 294.17, TC 4� °- \ \ N I r 294.30, TC/TW 294.30 TC/TW 295.46 TC 0 293.67, TP/11v \ I.... I .• l 295.85, TO � o °^' IP I �I� I 1.49 t+ \� � % , �,9� 295.14, TC`, \ \ \1 • � �. . 295.58, TC 29234, FL 293.63, T I % \ / /J 295.32, TC W \, W :...'` - `1 293.59 TC 293.68, TC I !93.50 IT. , �� 9� 294.73, TC 295.09, TC �►'/� \ , Q 2 296 ( C 099 fir, 295.23, TC 294.61 TC' I� ( 1 �'� , PROPOSED 3x5 R/ 294.87 TC -is RAP APRON l 292.57, FL I I co 294.65 TC �1° MATCH EX/STING ° O i of 295.17, TC S gA J ,t Fj GUTTER/SIDEWALK �/ �ry 293.92, TC 294 .52, TC 295.13, TC 295.09, TC '�' 295 294.75, TC -2 292 PROPOSED 4 293.39, TC 295.08, TC 93.89, TP/FL IS --Its I �� DRA/NAGE FLUME I �' ..''' N --- 294 µ --__' • . SEE DETAIL cfl o� 294.86, TC D� J _ 1 i 292.80, TP FL w -293.49, TC iR�-�w wR -ANE -mss LANE wRE-6a3'- ---, ____ •2, cN- -Z��}i ? 1ST JS I i I 293.44, TC o / �N 3��� 294.06, TC �% EX/ST/NG ' r 293.39, Tc ss 294., DR TC S \ % 293.59, TC Q ` I� 294.60, TC 294.16, TC 1 'DRAINAGE CHANNEL � -_._. F _ ; = _ .... I I293.50 TC ��� MATCH EXIST/NG MATCH EXIST/NG I n i PAVEMENTS 294.78, TC _ l ' 293.50 TW PAVEMENT PROJECT TC BENCHMARK: I j I j 293.60 TC _ °`' ( I I 9 .�, _-----3a�•� �stt------�N��+� -----� 294.33, TC. TOP BOLT STREETLIGHT 293.60, TW 3��� 294 " --- 1293.69, TW �iy 294.38, TC Elev = 294.56 �i ? 3 I _ � �, I 293.73, TC \ CID N:10187776.93 E:3576404.68 29373, TW / 1293.86, TW II I! 28 -Day Concrete #3 Bars ® Strength = 3500 psi 12" O.C.E.W \ 4 18" Toe -Down (Also at Flume Ends) 4" 2' I 4' Typical Drainage Flume Cross -Section N.T.S Traffic Control Notes: 1. Prior to implementing traffic control plan, contractor must provide advance notice to the following: - COCS Public Works Department - COCS Fire Dispatch - COCS Emergency Operations Center - COCS ISD - COCS Police Dispatch - COCS Traffic Engineer 2. Traffic control shall follow TxDOT standard detail TCP 1-1a. 3. Flags attached to signs are required. All signage shall be mounted 24" clear from travel lane and 7' clear height from top of curb. 4. Contractor shall provide and install traffic control devices in conformance with part VI of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Texas MUTCD, most recent edition with revisions) during construction. 5. Lane closure will not be allowed unless approved by the TxDOT or COCS representative, as applicable. 6. The work shall be completed such that the roadway will be fully opened to traffic overnight. 7. Plastic drums shall be used for overnight delineation of off -roadway work areas. L WORK G20 -2a 48" X 24" <1 <1 E�> E�> ROAD WORK AHEAD CW20-1D 48" X 48" 240' (Min.) Channelizing Devices Work Space Greens Prairie Road West 240' (Min.) Channelizing Devices Traffic Control Detail N.T.S. ROAD WORK AHEAD /CW20-ID 48" X 48" END ROAD WORK G20 -2a 48" X 24" Gradingill an Tri7ffiC Control Plan General Notes: 1. Assure positive drainage 11 project site to the storm water structures. 2. All site work to be done in conformance with the BCS Unified Standards Specifications, unless otherwise stated in these plans. 3. All proposed elevations shown. are finished grade. 4. Backfill all proposed parking lot islands with full depth topsoil. 5. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, & details. 6. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. FL - Flow Line NG - Top of Ground TC - Top of Curb TP - Top of Pavement �.. TW - Top of Sidewalk INAGE SWALE �E OF TE x VP • GLENN JON S 00 ,,.••• OF • . • • ... 97600100 CID The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #9760 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. 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All trees shall be provided as container grown trees. 2. All landscaping plant material shall be guaranteed for a period of thirty days from the date of installation by contractor. After thirty days, the owner will be responsible for maintenance of all landscaping. 3. The property owner is responsible for regular weeding, mowing, fertilizing, and other maintenance of all plantings following acceptance from Contractor. The required landscaping must be maintained in a healthy, growing condition at all times. 4. Plant material shown he is represented at its here, mature size. Plantings to be installed will be significantly smaller than those shown and should not be expected to reach maturity for several years dependant on growing conditions. 5. Contractor is to seed all disturbed areas left unpaved and guarantee coverage of vegetation until establishment of grass. Grass type shall be Bermuda grass or Rye/Bermuda mixture. 6. All water meters, hydrants, valves, manholes, and cleanouts, on or adjacent to the property, must remain accessible during construction and upon the completion of necessary grading and landscaping. 7. "Cal." indicates caliper at 12" above the ground. Multi -trunk trees' caliper is measured with the single, largest cane. Points Required Landscaping Requirements 42,091 Disturbed Area (sf) 2-..T,. posts (TY') Bare soil area (TYP) no turf here Notes: 3' 3" 1. Trees to be balled and burlapped or container grown 2. If container grown, remove container from tree before planting. 3. Top of root ball to be 3" .higher than final grade. 4. Top of root ball to be exposed. com-� «� ItO ;.. LLp�ocr ., "'AICE" 0 X014 Ar p��� "?N _l_ Bare soil area (TYP)-No turf here (42091 sf /1,000) x 30 Points = 1263 1. Fully remove native soil to the size of (Min of 800 Points) container. 2. II -II Additional Landscape Points for Streetscape rocks and any other material WD Fitch - (67'/50) x 300 Points = 402 greater than 2" in diameter. 3. Greens Prairie - (208'/50) x 300 Points = 1248 sandy loam topsoil, 40% black humus Total Points Required = 2913 and 20% sharp sand. 4. Streetscape rootball on all sides. 5. Requiredn 6. Root flare shall be exposed. Provided WD Fitch Streetscape: 67'/25 = 3 Canopy Trees Greens Prairie Streetscape: 208'/32 = 7 Canopy TreesCanopy Trees Provided & on -Canopy Trees Provided* PYTREES COUNT AS 1 CANOPY TREE Points Provided Symbol Size Name &T e Yprantity Point Value Total PointsLive Oak2.1" -3.4" CAL. (Quercus virginia)6150 Canopy 900 Live Oak 2.1" -3.4" CAL. (Quercus virginia)5 150 Canopy Streetscape 750 Crepe Myrtle Bigger than 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 14 40 Non -Canopy 560 Crepe Myrtle Bigger than 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 20 40 Non -Canopy Streetscape 800 Waxleaf Ligustrum Min. 5 Gallon (ligustrum japonicum) 23 10 Shrub 230 Total Points Provided = 3240 2-..T,. posts (TY') Bare soil area (TYP) no turf here Notes: 3' 3" 1. Trees to be balled and burlapped or container grown 2. If container grown, remove container from tree before planting. 3. Top of root ball to be 3" .higher than final grade. 4. Top of root ball to be exposed. com-� «� ItO ;.. LLp�ocr ., "'AICE" 0 X014 Ar p��� "?N _l_ Bare soil area (TYP)-No turf here 12" Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. Fully remove native soil to the size of container. 2. II -II Fully remove all construction debris, trash, rocks and any other material greater than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil containing 407. sandy loam topsoil, 40% black humus and 20% sharp sand. 4. Dig planting hole width 12" larger than rootball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. 6. Root flare shall be exposed. �-- Root ball to rest on native soil �� Native soil Tree Staking & Planting N.T.S 8" Depth Notes: 3" Depth 20 10 I. Container grown plants only. 2. Remove containers from plants before installing. 3. Place plants in prepared bed as shown. 4. Edge spacing for plants varies with species and location. Shrub Planting N.T.S 20 -Groundcover plant material, (TYP) even } distribute the specified quantity of plan within each designated area. Maintain ed E and separation separation distances betwe r plant types. -3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. Fully remove native soil to the size of container. 2. Fully remove all construction debris, trash, rocks and any other material greater than 2" in diameter. 11 3. Install premixed soil containing 50% native soil, 25% humus and 25% sand. 4. Dig planting hole width 1.5x larger than root ball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. Make sure that plant root ball is fully planted to the depth of the container in prepared planting mix. Do not plant groundcover in mulch layer only Native soil Landscape P-4917 GeneralNotes 1. An irrigation system to service a: new plantings will be installed b a certified installer prior to certificate of occupancy bein, issued. 2. Irrigation system must bi protected by either a pressure vacuum breaker, reduced pressure principle back flow device, or double-check back flow device anc installed as per City of College Station Ordinance 2394. 3. All backflow devices must. be installed and tested upon installation as per City Ordinance 2394. 4. Contractor/developer to furnish accurate as -built irrigation plans to City of College Station Parks Department. Show lines, valves, heads, controller, wiring, etc. 5. 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. 6. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, & details. 7. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. OF Te�Islll r � 00, ............ ....... / GLENN JON S / ... . 97600 ,. • . I x NAL•E 411 The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #97600 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. No. ' Revision/Issue I Date FYrm Name and Address: <: Woneering E , 4 Ug PO Box 5192 -Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www. T4Bngzneering.com Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggleland Express Carwash at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business CenterSubdivlsion---1.254AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas Date: sheet: Oct2014 scale: As Noted NOTES: 1. A MAX. OF 4 AND A MIN. OF 2 THROAT RINGS SHALL BE USED AT EACH MANHOLE IN NEW OR EXISTING RIGHT-OF-WAY. 2. USE ADEKA SEALANT OR APPROVED EQUAL BETWEEN RING/COVER, ADJUSTMENT RINGS AND CHIMNEY OR CORBEL/CONE SECTION. 3. MANHOLE BASE THICKNESS AND FOUNDATION FROM FLOWLINE TO RIM AS FOLLOWS: MANHOLE DEPTH (FT.) BASE THICKNESS 0-12------------8.. 12 AND OVER _-__-_--- 12" 4. MANHOLE LOCATION AND COMPACTION AS FOLLOWS: LOCATION COMPACTION REQUIREMENT PAVEMENT- _ - - - - _ - 98 % STANDARD PROCTOR - ASTM D 698 0 LANDSCAPE AREA- - _ _ 90 /o STANDARD PROCTOR - ASTM D 698 5. NO RINGS ARE REQUIRED OUTSIDE OF STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY 6. IN FLOODPLAINS OR AREAS OF CONCENTRATED FLOW, THE CONE SHALL EXTEND 1 FOOT ABOVE THE BASE FLOOD ELEVATION OR A BOLT DOWN WATER -TIGHT RING AND COVER SHALL BE USED, VENTED WHERE REQUIRED. 7. WARNING SIGN ONLY TO BE PLACED WHERE SEWER CROSSES OPEN FIELDS. WA MANHOLE DIA. MAIN SIZE 4 FT <18in. 5 FT z18in. <30in. 6 FT >_36in. SEE NOTE 7 ING STD. DUCTILE IRON MANHOLE COVER SEWER SIGN) "A NOS MANHOLE SIGN N AND FRAME (30" DIA. OPENING) (SEE DETAIL S5-02) W-0" OR EQUAL STD. DUCTILE IRON MANHOLE h 3' MIN. COVER AND FRAME MAX. (30" DIA. OPENING) OR EQUAL 12" MAX SEE NOTE 1 _ 12" MAX. ' ��•�"." SEE NOTE 1 2'-6" 2-0.. CLASS "A" CONC. PRECAST REINFORCED 2'-6" 3000 PSI IN 28 DAYS CONC. MANHOLE SECT. VARIES VARIES ASTM DES. C-478 (SEE TABLE) W GREEN, HEAVY DUTY, VARIES BACK FILL A WING CHANNEL POST _UG - ROUND MH , 9.. , 6." MIN, 1��- BACK FILL AROUND SHALL BE AS PER NOTE 4 MH SHALL BE AS VARIES Myr PER NOTE 4 5"MIN. (SEE TABLE) RUBBER -GASKET JOINTS T 1122�IFT ;,' .".`: `:' ":::; - W/ MORTAR SEALANT 9.. INSIDE AT ALL JOINTS / MAX MIN PLUG 6" MIN. 2'-0„ 112'1 INVERT = 3/4 DIAMETER OF PIPE UP TO 24". 24" AND LARGER SHALL BE FULL DEPTH INVERTS. �.. . - BASE IAP ER SE #4 BARS, 8" O.C.E.W. IAPTER SEAL, D EQUAL. #4 BARS BENT (� 90^ AND NOTE: DEPTHS GREATER THAN 12' TIED TO WALL AND BASE. WILL REQUIRE 2 MATS. OF WATERSTOP-PIPECONX REINFORCING STEEL IN THE MANHOLE ADAPTER SEAL, /4413ARS, 8" O.C.E.W. BASE. OR APPROVED L. 2 REQ D) NOTE: DEPTHS GREATER THAN 12' WILL REQUIRE 2 MATS OF REINFORCING STEEL IN THE BASE. CAS'TINPIACEMMNHOLE P F CASTAL NHOLE STANDARD MANHOLI NOTES: 1. FLOW SHALL BE MAINTAINED DURING CONSTRUCTION. 2. THIS DETAIL TO BE USED WHEN A 6" OR LARGER LATERAL NECESSITATES CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW MANHOLE. 3. FOR ADDITIONAL STANDARDS NOT SHOWN, SEE "STANDARD MANHOLE" DETAIL S1-02. 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPPORT OF EXISTING SEWER DURING INSTALLATION OF MANHOLE. 5. DOGHOUSE OPENING MAY ONLY BE USED WHEN PLACING A NEW MANHOLE OVER AN EXISTING LINE; OTHERWISE, THE OPENING MUST BE CAST. SIZE, LOCATION, AND ANGLE OF ENTRY SHALL BE AS REQUIRED BY THE PLANS. 6. EXCAVATE TRENCH TO MIN. 13" BELOW BOTTOM OF EXISTING PIPE, COMPACT SUBGRADE. PLACE AND COMPACT 6" OF GRANULAR BEDDING. MONOLITHIC POUR OF MIN. 7" DEPTH, 6 SACK TOPPING MIX TO BE PLACED INSIDE, UNDER, AND OUTSIDE MANHOLE BARREL FROM SURFACE OF BEDDING, AROUND CONCRETE BLOCK RISERS, TO A POINT APPROXIMATELY AT THE SPRING LINE OF THE EXIST. PIPE. 7. DURING THE SAME POUR, THE FINISH MANHOLE SHELF SHALL BE FORMED AND FINISHED AROUND THE BARREL AND EXISTING PIPE AS SHOWN. 8. AFTER CONCRETE SHELF HAS CURED, THE EXISTING PIPE SHALL BE SAW -CUT ON BOTH SIDES TO THE FINISHED SHELF GRADE AND REMOVED. THE EXISTING PIPE SHALL FORM THE TROUGH OF THE MANHOLE AS SHOWN. FILE CUT PIPE TO GIVE SMOOTH EDGES. M n FORM 1"/FT. NEI )USE 1 THOLE 16" YPICAL) =DDING CITY OF COLLEGE STATION GRAVITY SEWER DOGHOUSE MANHOLE S3-00 PIPE O.D. PLUS 4" - PERIPHERAL 0."STARTER"HOLES (SEE NOTE 1.) _OPENING CREATION DETAIL i NOTES: 1. 1" DIA. "STARTER" HOLES SHALL BE DRILLED THROUGH WALL OF EXISTING MANHOLE SPACED 3" APART CENTER TO CENTER. AFTER "STARTER" HOLES HAVE BEEN INSTALLED AND APPROVED BY A CITY INSPECTOR, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BEGIN REMOVING THE CONCRETE INSIDE THE PERIPHERAL "STARTER" HOLES. CONCRETE SHALL BE REMOVED WITH PNEUMATIC HAND TOOLS. 2. THE NUMBER OF REBAR DOWELS SHALL VARY WITH SIZE OF OPENING. REBAR SHALL NOT BE SPACED MORE THAN 12" CC. 3. WATERSTOP SHALL BE INSTALLED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURERS REQUIREMENTS. 4. CONCRETE SHALL BE 3,000 P.S.I. 1 MANHOLE CONNECTION DETAIL B -- REMOVE INVERT AS REQUIRED # 5 BARS ORIGINAL GROUND OR AND NEW INVERT FOR NEW NOTES: 12 LINE. NEW INVERT SHALL BOTTOM OF SUBGRADE OPIPE PIPE HAVE SMOOTH TRANSITION QA SELECT NATIVE MATERIAL INTO EXITING INVERT. REWORK •. , ,,,.., •`+ . FOR BEDD/NGAND TR TRENCH/NG W/TH/NALL EX/ST/NG PAVEDAREAS, EXISTING INVERT AS REQUIRED. MATERIAL EXCAVATED FROM THE DITCH, (WHICH IS FREE OF XW 2' � .::. ; .• EEDETA/LS FOR OPEN CUT STREETS. (Details ST4-00, S74-09 ST4-02). TH/SNOTEDOESNOTAPPLYTO STREETSBE/NGRECONSTI?UCTED. SEWER ':; PIPE ROCKS, LUMPS, CLODS, OR DEBRIS LARGER THAN TWO (2) " " " A SELECT MATERIAL �_ . ' �. O 2. ALL BEDDING & INSTALLATION OF PVC PIPE SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE VARIES INCHES IN THE LARGEST DIMENSION), COMPACTED TOA MINIMUM OF 90% OF MAXIMUM DENSITY AS DETERMINED BY OA SELECT MATERIAL 8"A 2"M �- ,' °` C CEMENT STABILIZED TO ANSIIAWWA STANDARDS FOR PVC PIPE. SYNKO-FLEX PREFORMED ASTM D698 (STANDARD) AT A MOISTURE CONTENT WITHIN' OPTIMUM 0 MTO .:... B (MANUALLY { A Y .'' SAND 8"-12" MAX. -: 3. ALL BEDDING & INSTALLATIONCONSOLIDATE OF DUCTILE TILE IRON PIPE SHALL L BE IN AC CORD ANCEAT TO ANOPTIMUM WWA C15M 0/A2 1.50. + 4 00 / F OPTIMUM MUM UNDE - AREAB S le...Y YARDS EA {SEME >NTS AND TO A MINIMUM OF 98% o OF / MAXIMUM M DENS ITY AS DETERMINED ED ONS L � O IOATE O TIMU MOIST U RE - O { E MU 4. COMPACTION SHALL BE ATTAINED BY MECHANICAL TAMPING. PLUS 18" ((° BY ASTM 0698 STANDARD AT A MOISTURE CONTENT WITHIN OPTIMUM .. 6" BELO yy . MOISTURE) 5. ALL TRENCHES SHALL BE BACK FILLED AND TEMPORARY PAVING OR SEAL, OR APPROVED TO +4/o OF OPTI�LIM UNDER NEW STREET AREAS AND STREETS TO BE RECONSTRUCTED. PIPE BELL O.D.PIPE 6" BELOW PLANKING PLACED AT THE END OF EACH WORKING DAY. J PIPE UNDISTURBED SOIL BELL O.D. UNDISTURBED SOIL 1 CONNECTION DETAIL SECTION VIEW © GRANULAR MATERIAL O.D. PIPE THICKNESS (MIN) MATERIAL SHALL BE BANK RUN RIVER SAND WHICH IS FREEOfD GROUT '.` ' OF DETRIMENTAL QUANTITIES OF CLAY, DEBRIS, OR ORGANIC MATERIAL AND WHICH, WHEN TESTED BY STANDARD 6" MIN./12" MAX. 14!3 LABORATORY METHODS, MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: PLACE METAL DETECTOR MINJ12" MAX. TAPE ATA MINIMUM OF 24" EQUAL IN JOINTS MAXIMUM LIQUID LIMIT 45 ABOVE TOP OF PIPE i CROSS MAXIMUM PLASTICITY INDEX SIZE, TYPE AND INV ELEV MAXIMUM PERCENT PASSING NO. 200 SIEVE S5 MINIMUM NON-STRUCHTJ LAIffAS TO BEY BA PERCENT PASSING 3/4" SIEVE ' ;:': i THE MATERIAL SHALL BE FREE FLOWING AND WHEN WET, SHALL AREAS OR STREETS TO BE INCOMING PIPE SIZE ` " ' NOT ADHERE TO FORM A BALL WHEN PRESSED IN THE HAND. THICKNESSTYP) W/ 45° ELBOW (TURN W/FLOW - RECONSTRUCTED © CEMENT STABILIZED SAND 5/8" STAINLESS STEEL & GROUT IN PLACE) BEDDING AND TRENCH FOR DI PIPE & PVC PIPE i S 1-01 NOTES: 1. FLOW SHALL BE MAINTAINED DURING CONSTRUCTION. 2. THIS DETAIL TO BE USED WHEN A 6" OR LARGER LATERAL NECESSITATES CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW MANHOLE. 3. FOR ADDITIONAL STANDARDS NOT SHOWN, SEE "STANDARD MANHOLE" DETAIL S1-02. 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPPORT OF EXISTING SEWER DURING INSTALLATION OF MANHOLE. 5. DOGHOUSE OPENING MAY ONLY BE USED WHEN PLACING A NEW MANHOLE OVER AN EXISTING LINE; OTHERWISE, THE OPENING MUST BE CAST. SIZE, LOCATION, AND ANGLE OF ENTRY SHALL BE AS REQUIRED BY THE PLANS. 6. EXCAVATE TRENCH TO MIN. 13" BELOW BOTTOM OF EXISTING PIPE, COMPACT SUBGRADE. PLACE AND COMPACT 6" OF GRANULAR BEDDING. MONOLITHIC POUR OF MIN. 7" DEPTH, 6 SACK TOPPING MIX TO BE PLACED INSIDE, UNDER, AND OUTSIDE MANHOLE BARREL FROM SURFACE OF BEDDING, AROUND CONCRETE BLOCK RISERS, TO A POINT APPROXIMATELY AT THE SPRING LINE OF THE EXIST. PIPE. 7. DURING THE SAME POUR, THE FINISH MANHOLE SHELF SHALL BE FORMED AND FINISHED AROUND THE BARREL AND EXISTING PIPE AS SHOWN. 8. AFTER CONCRETE SHELF HAS CURED, THE EXISTING PIPE SHALL BE SAW -CUT ON BOTH SIDES TO THE FINISHED SHELF GRADE AND REMOVED. THE EXISTING PIPE SHALL FORM THE TROUGH OF THE MANHOLE AS SHOWN. FILE CUT PIPE TO GIVE SMOOTH EDGES. M n FORM 1"/FT. NEI )USE 1 THOLE 16" YPICAL) =DDING CITY OF COLLEGE STATION GRAVITY SEWER DOGHOUSE MANHOLE S3-00 PIPE O.D. PLUS 4" - PERIPHERAL 0."STARTER"HOLES (SEE NOTE 1.) _OPENING CREATION DETAIL i NOTES: 1. 1" DIA. "STARTER" HOLES SHALL BE DRILLED THROUGH WALL OF EXISTING MANHOLE SPACED 3" APART CENTER TO CENTER. AFTER "STARTER" HOLES HAVE BEEN INSTALLED AND APPROVED BY A CITY INSPECTOR, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BEGIN REMOVING THE CONCRETE INSIDE THE PERIPHERAL "STARTER" HOLES. CONCRETE SHALL BE REMOVED WITH PNEUMATIC HAND TOOLS. 2. THE NUMBER OF REBAR DOWELS SHALL VARY WITH SIZE OF OPENING. REBAR SHALL NOT BE SPACED MORE THAN 12" CC. 3. WATERSTOP SHALL BE INSTALLED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURERS REQUIREMENTS. 4. CONCRETE SHALL BE 3,000 P.S.I. 1 MANHOLE CONNECTION DETAIL B -- STANDARD MANHOLE TIE-IN S3-01 NOTE: MANHOLE BASE SHALL BE PLACED ON FIRM SUBGRADE. ADDITION OF CEMENT STABILIZED SAND OR GRAVEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO STABILIZE FOUNDATION. CEMENT STABILIZED 12" 92" SAND AS SHOWN SE, CTIONA A VARIES '_ CEMENT STABILIZED 3" SAND AS SHOWN a' 3" ,, .;�r..l :N s ::;�., 3" T .3" VARIES V RIE :e ;... A AIS' A VARIE - 3.. SIZE X SIZE WYE SIZE X SIZE WYE 45° BEND 45° BEND SEE BASE- - NOTE FOUNDATION #4 BARS, 8" O.C.E.W. - DEPTHS WATERSTOP-PIPECONX MANHOLE ADAPTER SEAL, NOTE: GREATER THAN 12 FEET WILL OR APPROVED EQUAL. REQUIRE 2 MATS OF REINFORCING (2 REQ'D) STEEL IN THE BASE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION OUTSIDE DROP MANHOLE ONLY ALLOWED FOR MAINLINE CONNECTIONS (6"AND LARGED S2-00 NOTE: MANHOLE BASE SHALL BE PLACED ON FIRM SUBGRADE. ADDITION OF CEMENT STABILIZED SAND OR GRAVEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO STABILIZE FOUNDATION. SECTIONA -A NOTE: REMOVE INVERT AS REQUIRED # 5 BARS #4 BAR HOOPS, • 12" O.C. d d AND NEW INVERT FOR NEW SEWER FNO DROP INFLUENT 12 LINE. NEW INVERT SHALL SAND OR GRAVEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO OPIPE PIPE HAVE SMOOTH TRANSITION a PIPE O.D. + 1g" 3" CLEARANCEMININMUM STABILIZE FOUNDATION. INTO EXITING INVERT. REWORK LAYER OF TAR PAPER SECTIONA A EXISTING INVERT AS REQUIRED. MAIN XW NON -SHRINK TO SPRINGLINE AND TROWEL SMOOTH. FORM SMOOTH CHANNEL TO INVERT. SEWER ':; PIPE GROUT DIAMETER : / VARIES ALL NEW CONNECTION AT EXISTING 2" CLR. NON -SHRINK U SYNKO-FLEX PREFORMED (TYP•) GROUT #4 BAR HOOPS, 12" O.C. PLASTIC ADHESIVE NEW INVERT �- WATERSTOP, OR APPROVED PIPE O.D. #3 REBAR (14" LONG) EQUAL. (SEE NOTE 3.) PLUS 18" EMBEDDED ANN EPDXYED INTO MANHOLE WALL 3". (SEE NOTE 2.) WATERSTOP - PIPECONX MANHOLE ADAPTER . i WATERSTOP PIPE O.D. SEAL, OR APPROVED MANHOLE ADAPTER SEAL, PLUS 18" EQUAL. (2 REQ'D) OR APPROVED EQUAL. (2 REQ'D) CONNECTION DETAIL SECTION VIEW 1 CONNECTION DETAIL SECTION VIEW B.1 B.2 STANDARD MANHOLE TIE-IN S3-01 NOTE: MANHOLE BASE SHALL BE PLACED ON FIRM SUBGRADE. ADDITION OF CEMENT STABILIZED SAND OR GRAVEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO STABILIZE FOUNDATION. CEMENT STABILIZED 12" 92" SAND AS SHOWN SE, CTIONA A VARIES '_ CEMENT STABILIZED 3" SAND AS SHOWN a' 3" ,, .;�r..l :N s ::;�., 3" T .3" VARIES V RIE :e ;... A AIS' A VARIE - 3.. SIZE X SIZE WYE SIZE X SIZE WYE 45° BEND 45° BEND SEE BASE- - NOTE FOUNDATION #4 BARS, 8" O.C.E.W. - DEPTHS WATERSTOP-PIPECONX MANHOLE ADAPTER SEAL, NOTE: GREATER THAN 12 FEET WILL OR APPROVED EQUAL. REQUIRE 2 MATS OF REINFORCING (2 REQ'D) STEEL IN THE BASE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION OUTSIDE DROP MANHOLE ONLY ALLOWED FOR MAINLINE CONNECTIONS (6"AND LARGED S2-00 NOTE: MANHOLE BASE SHALL BE PLACED ON FIRM SUBGRADE. ADDITION OF CEMENT STABILIZED SAND OR GRAVEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO STABILIZE FOUNDATION. SECTIONA -A NOTE: PIERS SHALL BE # 5 BARS #4 BAR HOOPS, • 12" O.C. d d MANHOLE BASE SHALL BE PLACED ON FIRM SUBGRADE. ADDITION OF CEMENT STABILIZED SEWER FNO DROP INFLUENT 12 SHOWN d ON PLANS d SAND OR GRAVEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO OPIPE PIPE 16 a PIPE O.D. + 1g" 3" CLEARANCEMININMUM STABILIZE FOUNDATION. �Oip/NG LAYER OF TAR PAPER SECTIONA A IN EXISTING MANHOLE, PLACE PVC ELBOW ON BENCH, GROUT NEW BENCH MAIN XW e TO SPRINGLINE AND TROWEL SMOOTH. FORM SMOOTH CHANNEL TO INVERT. SEWER ':; PIPE ''"'�1t''•: cn z : / XU ALL NEW CONNECTION AT EXISTING 4 F U C) MANHOLES SHALL BE BY CORING ONLY #4 BAR HOOPS, 12" O.C. MIX I = GOU%CONC. AGAINST :w •' BACK FILL AROUND MH W IAB (4' MIN.) SHALL BE AS PER ; DETAIL S1-02 - NOTE 4 PLAN STD. DUCTILE IRON PIERS SHALL BE # 5 BARS #4 BAR HOOPS, • 12" O.C. d d MANHOLECOVER PIER DIA. AS a 12 SHOWN d ON PLANS d FRAME (30" DIA. OPENING) 30" 16 a PIPE O.D. + 1g" 3" CLEARANCEMININMUM OR EQUAL PIPEIO.D. LAYER OF TAR PAPER SECTIONA A GRADE RINGS FOR8" ADJUSTMENT TO FINISH _y VERTICAL REINFORCING STEEL XW e 18"MAX GRADE AS PER DETAIL S1-02 -NOTE 1 ''"'�1t''•: 4 p : XU Spa ;:?:�:• U PRECAST FLAT -TOP LID #4 BAR HOOPS, 12" O.C. MIX I = GOU%CONC. AGAINST :w ND TURBED EART INTO HOLE BACK FILL AROUND MH VA IAB (4' MIN.) SHALL BE AS PER ; DETAIL S1-02 - NOTE 4 :: 5 INCH THICKNESS (MIN) GROUT '.` ' UE O-RINGMORECK APPROVED 14!3 -- PVC : EQUAL IN JOINTS SEE PLAN OR PROFILE FOR PIPE i CROSS '`''. SIZE, TYPE AND INV ELEV PVC PIPE SIZE EQUAL TO ; ' ;:': i 1-3/4" STAINLESS STEEL BANDS -1/8" INCOMING PIPE SIZE ` " ' THICKNESSTYP) W/ 45° ELBOW (TURN W/FLOW - 5/8" STAINLESS STEEL & GROUT IN PLACE) i BOLTS W/EXPANSION ANCHORS (TYP) �- STANDARD CLEANOUT or TOP OF ELBOW SOFFIT ' STANDARD CROSS F SOFFIT OF THE LARGEST PIPE IN MANHOLE 5" MIN 8" I,; #4 BARS, 24" MIN. O.C.E.W. 42MIN. CEA ENT STABILIZED D AS :1 SHOW '• STANDARDa" CROSS �I z co 3" NOTE: DEPTHS GREATER i' I ' THAN 12' WILL REQUIRE VARIES -� 2 MATS OF REINFORCING ,. ` A VARIES 3 STEEL IN THE BASE " A 900 BEND VARIE900 BEND SEE BASE 6" MIN. A 7� �T NOTE FOUNDATION STANDARD DROP MANHOLE #4 BARS, 8" O.C.E.W. - DEPTHS WATERSTOP-PIPECONX GREATER THAN 12 FEET WILL REQUIRE MANHOLE ADAPTER SEAL, 2 MATS OF REINFORCING STEEL IN THE OR APPROVED EQUAL. CITY OFBRYAIV-DROP OLE TO BE USED ON BASE (2 REQ'D) LINES UP TO 12"INSTI.F CITY OF COLLECT STAT QN-DROPMANHOLETO CITY OF BRAYN BE USED ON LINES UP T 4"INSIZE OUTSIDE DROP MANHOLE ONLY LVIIENAPPIZOVED BYCIT YENCINEER [ J S2-01 NOTES: 2" [51mm'( LETTERING 1. EACH PIER SHALL BE COMPLETED IN A SINGLE CONTINUOUS POUR. LETTERING STYLE: 2. CHAMFER EDGES 3/4". BOOKMAN OLD STYLE rr �1j s� ()>s E LETTERING STYLE: 3. CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSTRUCT CONCRETE PIER TO A MINIMUM STYLE: DEPTH OF WOR TO A DEPTH WHERE A GOOD BEARING SOIL IS '9,Q 2 PICKBARS BOOKMANOLD STYLE ENCOUNTERED. 0 t3 (2) BARS - 4. ALL SHAFTS SHALL BE BORED VERTICALLY PLUMB WITHIN G a 7116" 2" TOLERANCE. 2.. 2.. mm] 5 ALL INFORMATION SHOWN IS CITY MINIMU ® [51MM] ` [51MM] DESIGNED BY A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER.' Al ;IES PIER VERTICAL STEEL PIERS SHALL BE # 5 BARS #4 BAR HOOPS, • 12" O.C. d d 8 PIER DIA. AS a 12 SHOWN d ON PLANS d 14 30" 16 a PIPE O.D. + 1g" 3" CLEARANCEMININMUM 24 PIPEIO.D. LAYER OF TAR PAPER SECTIONA A ;IES PIER VERTICAL STEEL DIAMETER # 5 BARS 16" 8 24" 12 26" 14 30" 16 42" 24 PLAN 4" WIDE X 3/8" THICK STAINLESS STEEL STRAP (PRIMED & PAINTED) FORMED TO PERMIT SNUG TIGHTENING OF PIPE TO PIER (2 READ. PER PIER) DUCTILE IRON PIPE WRAP WITH ONE LAYER OF TAR PAPER 11 x��gg VqN T AtHOR BOLT SIECUREI) TO TO PREVENT BONDING VERTICAL REINFORCING STEEL XW e OWO A 4 p Q�O XU Spa VERTICAL STEEL AS PER TABLE U #4 BAR HOOPS, 12" O.C. MIX a �Gp = GOU%CONC. AGAINST :w ND TURBED EART INTO HOLE TYPICAL CONCRETE DRILLED PIER FOR AERIAL SEWER C17YOFORYAN 2-5mm] [6 mm 33-1/4" DI [845mm] 12-3/16" DI S2-02 I- 9/16" ;40mm] 1-4-1/2" [114mm] • 5/16" [8mm] _FW L:- 40-314" DIA -----� sd� [1035mm] 2" (51mm1 LETTERING �� w,,, LETTERING STYLE: �*w 2" j('51mm1 LETT-RING BOOKMAN OLD STYLE PLAN VIEW LETTERING S LE: FRAME SECTION O BOOKMAN OLD STYLE J MACHINED SURFACE I , 32" DIA 3-13/16" [813 mm]-/6mm] [96mm] • Zu [38 mm] [62/mm] 7/8" -24 2-718" [22mm] a W [73 mm] R 1-3/4" 1" DIA X 4" LG 011L��IIi [R44mm] H.R.S. ROD COVER SECTION PICKBAR DETAIL ° Iw if if NOTE: N CITY SPECIFIC SANITARY SEWER BOTTOM VIEW STANDARD MANHOLE LIDS TO BE USED FOR PUBLIC 1 SEWER SYSTEMS ONLY. NOT TO OF COVER _PT N/', I V D COV 1�R ' BE USED ON PRIVATE SEWER RING SYSTEMS. DUCT IRON V-1,432--3 S4 -O l 13/16"3-13116" 38" DIA 30-3/4" 3/4" 20mm [965mm] 1/4" 6mm) DIA 250" [781 mm]DIA. C' In [20mm] 96mm 32-1/4" DI NEOPRENE GASKET [6mm] 180" ID OF GROOVE [8191 [5mm] t1/2"_30"I 1-112" ,OWH [13mm 2-718"F�__[762mmj[38mm] 102mm J [22 m] [73mmJ [ J BOLTHOLE SECTION 1-3/4" 1" (25mm)) DIA. 32-5116" DIA -� [R44mm] X5112' 140mm] [821 mm] MACHINE GROOVE LG STEL ROD (.-- 33-11/16" DIA [38mm] DETAIL 30" DIA 1-1/2" PIMAR DETAIL [821mm] GASKET GROOVE FOR [762mm] [38mm] 1/4" r6mm'( DIA. FR"ESECTION PNEBPRENEGASKET 2_7/g MACHINED SURFACE CITY OF BR 1 2" (51 mm1 LETTERING [73mm] AN LETTERING STYLE: COVER SECTION rr55 �mn� The Good Lile, Texas Sryle." Bookman Old Style RECgSSEDLFLUSHE�G (4) 5/8"-11 NC X 2" LG (4) 518"-11 NC X 2" LG ( HEX SS CAP SCREWS (jE HEX SS CAP SCREWS & NARROW ZINC PLT. �,E T,q & NARROW ZINC PLT. & o 0 .L & RUBBER WASHERS 0� i RUBBER WASHERS ^�( 0 2"O [51 mm] ° V 2 [51 mm] 4" 4" [102mm] [102mmJ ® v-zasza .r of CITYOFBRYAN N li .nw `rFW Y I ICKBAR 2"r51m ''' LETTERING DRAWN BY: C.L.M. (2) PLACES RECESSED FLUSH 2" [51 mm] LETTERING DATE: 08-01-12 LETTERING STYLE: PLAN TW BOTTOM VIEW Bookman Old Style SCALE N T S NOTE: CITY SPECIFIC SANITARY SEWER WATER TIGHT MANHOLE RING AND COVER AP P R D V ET) WP, k. LIDS TO BE USED FOR PUBLIC , i SEWER SYSTEMS ONLY. NOT TO li BE USED ON PRIVATE SEWER DUCTILE IRON V2432--3 54-00 SYSTEMS. II A -02 F I G U F2 Y+ l SHEET 1 OF 2 NOTE: 1. ALL MATERIAL SHALL BE ASTM D3034 SDR26 W/ GASKETS 2. ALL SERVICE CONNECTIONS & EXTENSIONS ARE TO BE INSTALLED WITH THE MAIN LINE CONSTRUCTION. 3. A CLEAN OUT IS REQUIRED AND WILL BE INSTALLED BY THE CONTRACTOR AT THE ROW FOR EACH SERVICE. CLEANOUT SHALL INCLUDE A BRASS PLUG. 4. CLEANOUTS SHALL BE EXTENDED 4 FEET ABOVE NATURAL GROUND. CLEANOUT CAP FITTING SHALL BE PLACED ON TOP. 5. LOT CORNERS SHALL BE MARKED WITH A LATH UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF A RPLS UPON COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION ALLOWABLE TAPPING AREA BOTTOM LIP OF CONNECTING PIPE SHALL NOT DIP BELOW CENTERLINE OF MAIN. :0 SIDEWALK O 1 I 1 N2) (S.PVC COUPLING ASTM D3034 SDR26 PIPE W/GASKETS (01.0% MIN. (PIPE IS NOT TO BE PLACED HORIZONTALLY) PROFILE 1 m Lu aw z 12� ALLOWABLE TAPPING AREA 4' SEE NTOT,�E73 BOTTOM UP OF CONNECTING P� V PIPE SHALL NOT DIP BELOW CENTERLINE OF MAIN. NOTE: 1. ALL MATERIAL SHALL BE ASTM D3034 SDR26 W/ GASKETS 2. ALL SERVICE CONNECTIONS & EXTENSIONS ARE TO BE INSTALLED WITH THE MAIN LINE CONSTRUCTION. 3. A CLEAN OUT IS REQUIRED AND WILL BE INSTALLED BY THE CONTRACTOR AT THE ROW FOR EACH SERVICE. CLEANOUT SHALL INCLUDE A BRASS PLUG. 4. CLEANOUTS SHALL BE EXTENDED 4 FEET ABOVE NATURAL GROUND. CLEANOUT CAP FITTING SHALL BE PLACED ON TOP. CC'C hl/1TG Z -TEE WYE SERVICE FITTING (SEWER WYE AND 1/8° BEND) SEWER LINE CITY OF BRYAN SEWER SERVICE LINE CROSSING R -O -W OR EDG OF EASEMENT TO BEL TO FINA TIE-IN ;t Lo z 1 SERVICE I (SEWER TEE) co Ill PVC (SEE NOTE 2) (MIN. 1% SLOPE) z BENDS TO w S6-00 GENERAL NOTES: ALL AREAS WHERE EXISTING VEGETATION AND GRASS COVER HAVE BEEN BARED BY CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE ADEQUATELY BLOCK SODDED OR HYDROMULCHED AND WATERED UNTIL GROWTH IS ESTABLISDHED. IN DEVELOPED AREAS WHERE GRASS IS PRESENT, BLOCK SOD WILL BE REQUIRED. BARED AREAS SHALL BE SEEDED OR SODDED WITHIN 14 CALENDAR DAYS OF LAST DISTURBANCE. APPROVED EROSION CONTROL MEASURES MUST BE INSTALLED DURING THE ENTIRE TIME THAT EARTH HAS BEEN BARED BY CONSTRUCTION AND SHALL STAY IN PLACE UNTIL ACCEPTABLE VEGETATIVE GROWTH IS ESTABLISHED AFTER CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE AND THEN REMOVED BY CONTRACTOR. ALL EROSION CONTROL MEASURES SHOULD BE CLEANED OF SILT AFTER EVERY RAIN. ESTABLISHMENT OF VEGETATION MAY BE A WARRANTY ITEM METER BOX OR STANDARD CLEAN-OUT BOOT 6" CLEAN OUT STACK DIP OR PVC FOR EARTH, SEE BEDDING AND TRENCH DETAIL STRUCTURAL BACKFILL AREA INCLUDES ALL PAVED AREAS SIDEWALKS, STREETS, ALLEYS, RIVEWAYS,AND PARKING AREAS) AND SHALL EXTEND 5' BEYOND THE CURB LINE. STRUCTURAL BACKFILL SHALL BE CEMENT STABILIZED (OPTION NO. 21N S1-01) OR EXCAVATED SOIL COMPACTED TO 98% MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY AS PER ASTM D698 WITHIN OPTIMUM TO +40/. WET OF OPTIMUM (OPTION NO. 1 IN S1-01) STRUCTURAL BACKFILL AREA S BIC EAREST BELL - JOINT (TYP. EA. END) CARRIER PIPE --J 1 -PC. PULL -ON WATER TIGHT NEOPRENE END SEAL W/ STAINLESS STEEL CLAMPS "APS" OR "PSI" NOTE: (C(ASING SPACERS -RUNNER MIN. MIN. (24'-42 D CASING) SCASING) STAINLE STL. TYPE304; 8" WIDE BAND W/ POLYMER RUNNERS; CENTERED OR NON -CENTERED; CLEAR BELL, RESTRAINED FROM FLOTATION; INSULATED; "APS, INC., MOD SS18" OR"CASCADE" OPEN CUT LIMIT 0 N C.0 N NOTE: O 2, 2' 2 � 1 6'8" TYP. 6'8" TYP. w 4 z CONTACT THE CITY AND AT OTHER LOCATIONS AS BEFORE EXCAVATING SHOWN ON THE PLANS. FURNISH SAME NUMBER OF REPLACEMENT J 1 2' - vii 4' 4 MIN. SE=7Zaw NOTE 3 SIGNS AS FOR EACH INSTALLED PLAN 3. ALL MATERIAL SHALL BE ASTM -TEE WYE SERVICE FITTING (SEWER WYE AND 1/8° BEND) SEWER LINE CITY OF BRYAN SEWER SERVICE LINE CROSSING R -O -W OR EDG OF EASEMENT TO BEL TO FINA TIE-IN ;t Lo z 1 SERVICE I (SEWER TEE) co Ill PVC (SEE NOTE 2) (MIN. 1% SLOPE) z BENDS TO w S6-00 GENERAL NOTES: ALL AREAS WHERE EXISTING VEGETATION AND GRASS COVER HAVE BEEN BARED BY CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE ADEQUATELY BLOCK SODDED OR HYDROMULCHED AND WATERED UNTIL GROWTH IS ESTABLISDHED. IN DEVELOPED AREAS WHERE GRASS IS PRESENT, BLOCK SOD WILL BE REQUIRED. BARED AREAS SHALL BE SEEDED OR SODDED WITHIN 14 CALENDAR DAYS OF LAST DISTURBANCE. APPROVED EROSION CONTROL MEASURES MUST BE INSTALLED DURING THE ENTIRE TIME THAT EARTH HAS BEEN BARED BY CONSTRUCTION AND SHALL STAY IN PLACE UNTIL ACCEPTABLE VEGETATIVE GROWTH IS ESTABLISHED AFTER CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE AND THEN REMOVED BY CONTRACTOR. ALL EROSION CONTROL MEASURES SHOULD BE CLEANED OF SILT AFTER EVERY RAIN. ESTABLISHMENT OF VEGETATION MAY BE A WARRANTY ITEM METER BOX OR STANDARD CLEAN-OUT BOOT 6" CLEAN OUT STACK DIP OR PVC FOR EARTH, SEE BEDDING AND TRENCH DETAIL STRUCTURAL BACKFILL AREA INCLUDES ALL PAVED AREAS SIDEWALKS, STREETS, ALLEYS, RIVEWAYS,AND PARKING AREAS) AND SHALL EXTEND 5' BEYOND THE CURB LINE. STRUCTURAL BACKFILL SHALL BE CEMENT STABILIZED (OPTION NO. 21N S1-01) OR EXCAVATED SOIL COMPACTED TO 98% MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY AS PER ASTM D698 WITHIN OPTIMUM TO +40/. WET OF OPTIMUM (OPTION NO. 1 IN S1-01) STRUCTURAL BACKFILL AREA S BIC EAREST BELL - JOINT (TYP. EA. END) CARRIER PIPE --J 1 -PC. PULL -ON WATER TIGHT NEOPRENE END SEAL W/ STAINLESS STEEL CLAMPS "APS" OR "PSI" NOTE: (C(ASING SPACERS -RUNNER MIN. MIN. (24'-42 D CASING) SCASING) STAINLE STL. TYPE304; 8" WIDE BAND W/ POLYMER RUNNERS; CENTERED OR NON -CENTERED; CLEAR BELL, RESTRAINED FROM FLOTATION; INSULATED; "APS, INC., MOD SS18" OR"CASCADE" OPEN CUT LIMIT 0 N C.0 N SIDEWALK MAY BE OPEN CUT OR BORED AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER no nr_wu cv CARRIER PIPE -J NOTE: 1. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON W TER AND SEWER LINE CROSSING SEE CITY STANDARD SPECIFICA TION FOR WATER AND SEWER LINE CONSTRUCTION. 2. STEEL CASING SHALL BE AS SP CIFIED IN THE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. 3. APPROVED BY THE ERRE ENGIN ERRING ALLOWED ONLY WHEN S5-00CITY TYPICAL URBAN CITY STREET CROSSING NOTES: NOTE: O 2, 2' 2 MACHINE BORING MAX 6'8" TYP. 6'8" TYP. v 4 (TUNNELING) SHOULDER VARIES CONTACT THE CITY AND AT OTHER LOCATIONS AS BEFORE EXCAVATING SHOWN ON THE PLANS. FURNISH SAME NUMBER OF REPLACEMENT - VARIES z 5'-O" vii �J�C77tT MIN. j MIN. SIGNS AS FOR EACH INSTALLED 3. ALL MATERIAL SHALL BE ASTM YELLOW (OMITTING MANHOLE NUMBER O BACKGROUND 4�. N MANHOLE SIGN) (NOT A SEPARATE PAY ITEM) 3'-0" BELOW DITC _. - FLOW LINE. EXTENSIONS ARE TO BE INSTALLED 1 WITH THE MAIN LINE CONSTRUCTION. m 5. A CLEAN OUT IS REQUIRED AND (TYPICAL 45° BEND WILL BE INSTALLED BY THE PLUMBER AT THE ROW FOR EACH SERVICE. z 1 PVC (SEE NOTE 2 Lu 6. WHEN SERVICE CONNECTION IS DEEP, CONTRACTOR MUST PLACE A VERTICAL (MIN. 1% SLOPE) 0 STACK THAT SHALL BE BROUGHT WITHIN 3-1/2 FEET BELOW NATURAL GROUND. 1" MIN. CLR. N STEEL CASING cn ZO NG SPACER o ADJUSTABLE TOP RUNNERS N m TO MAINTAIN 1" MAX CLR. > cn 30° MAX LU 0 CLAMP STEEL CASING PRINGLINE 8" WIDE BAND STAINLESS STEEL (TYPE 304) (VIDE 4 ERS AT NEOPRENE INSULATION SLEEVE OTTOM 45" BETWEEN PIPE AND BAND MIN POLYMER RUNNER (TYP) CASING DETAIL 55-03 2•-0" BORING MIN. ELING) OPEN CUT SIDEWALK MAY BE OPEN CUT OR BORED AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER no nr_wu cv CARRIER PIPE -J NOTE: 1. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON W TER AND SEWER LINE CROSSING SEE CITY STANDARD SPECIFICA TION FOR WATER AND SEWER LINE CONSTRUCTION. 2. STEEL CASING SHALL BE AS SP CIFIED IN THE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. 3. APPROVED BY THE ERRE ENGIN ERRING ALLOWED ONLY WHEN S5-00CITY TYPICAL URBAN CITY STREET CROSSING NOTES: NOTE: GRADE TIME PLUMBEER'S TIE-IN 1. FURNISH AS SHOWN ON PLANS AND/OR AT EACH MANHOLE WHERE 1. WHERE DOUBLE WYE SERVICE MACHINE BORING ELEVATION IS LESS THAN 2'-7" BLACK SEWER LINE CROSSES OPEN FIELDS TEXT -� 2. SIGNS TO BE CONSTRUCTED FROM AR N I N G 20 GA. STEEL BAKED ON ENAMEL 10" FINISH. FURNISH ONE SIGN AND UNDERGROUND SEWER ONE POST FOR EACH OPEN FIELD BELOW PROPOSED BACK OFCURB, MIN. SLAB ELEV. MUST BE SET TO SHOULDER VARIES (TUNNELING) SHOULDER VARIES CONTACT THE CITY AND AT OTHER LOCATIONS AS BEFORE EXCAVATING SHOWN ON THE PLANS. FURNISH SAME NUMBER OF REPLACEMENT - VARIES z 5'-O" WIDTH OF PAVEMENT �J�C77tT MIN. j MIN. SIGNS AS FOR EACH INSTALLED 3. ALL MATERIAL SHALL BE ASTM YELLOW (OMITTING MANHOLE NUMBER O BACKGROUND 4�. N MANHOLE SIGN) (NOT A SEPARATE PAY ITEM) 3'-0" BELOW DITC _. - FLOW LINE. MANHO E CEMENT STABILIZED \� 7„ NO. I SAND AS SHOWN � 2" BLACK PRESSURE FOCUSHION ROCK CONCURETE L N SENSITIVE NUMBERS NOTE: STEEL CASING CARRIER PIPE TO BE ADDED AFTER BASIC SIGN HAS BEEN -� PAINTED 1. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WATER AND SEWER LINE CROSSING NOT LESS THAN 3" WHITE SEE CITY STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR WATER AND SEWER LINE CONSTRUCTION. BACKGROUND 2. STEEL CASING SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED IN THE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. STANDARD CLQ 3. DRY BORING IS REQUIRED. OUT FOR MAIN LINE SEWER WARNING AND MANHOLE TYPICAL RURAL STREET CROSSING 45°BEN° 55-01 IDENTIFICATION SIGN S5-02 _.. NOTE: 1. WHERE DOUBLE WYE SERVICE ELEVATION IS LESS THAN 2'-7" BELOW PROPOSED BACK OFCURB, MIN. SLAB ELEV. MUST BE SET TO ALLOW SANITARY SEWER SERVICE. 2. MARK EACH SERVICE END WITH METAL "T" POST PAINTED GREEN. C& GU CURB SIDEWALK &GUTTER 3. ALL MATERIAL SHALL BE ASTM D3034 SDR26 Wl GASKETS 4. ALL SERVICE CONNECTIONS & p SIDEWALK -\ EXTENSIONS ARE TO BE INSTALLED WITH THE MAIN LINE CONSTRUCTION. 7\7 �\ 5. A CLEAN OUT IS REQUIRED AND 1 (SE 3.5'MAX. WILL BE INSTALLED BY THE PLUMBER (SEE NOTE 1.) AT THE ROW FOR EACH SERVICE. 6. LOT CORNERS SHALL BE MARKED WITH WATER LINE A LATH UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF A (MIN. 4' BURY) RPLS UPON COMPLETION OF 1 PVC (SEE NOTE CONSTRUCTION 7. WHEN SERVICE CONNECTION IS DEEP, CONTRACTOR MUST PLACE A VERTICAL 2,0' 2' DESIRABLE / STACK THAT SHALL BE BROUGHT WITHIN / 3-112 FEET BELOW NATURAL GROUND. T PVC TO BE LOWERED TO FINAL NOTE: GRADE TIME PLUMBEER'S TIE-IN 1. WHERE DOUBLE WYE SERVICE ELEVATION IS LESS THAN 2'-7" R -O -W OR EDGE OF EASEMENT v A. BELOW PROPOSED BACK OFCURB, MIN. SLAB ELEV. MUST BE SET TO iww y0 ALLOW SANITARY SEWER SERVICE. - VARIES z 2. MARK EACH SERVICE END WITH �J�C77tT METAL "T" POST PAINTED GREEN. 3. ALL MATERIAL SHALL BE ASTM D3034 SDR26 W/ GASKETS 4. ALL SERVICE CONNECTIONS & EXTENSIONS ARE TO BE INSTALLED 1 WITH THE MAIN LINE CONSTRUCTION. BENDS TO BRING m w STACK VERTICAL211 5. A CLEAN OUT IS REQUIRED AND (TYPICAL 45° BEND WILL BE INSTALLED BY THE PLUMBER AT THE ROW FOR EACH SERVICE. z 1 PVC (SEE NOTE 2 Lu 6. WHEN SERVICE CONNECTION IS DEEP, CONTRACTOR MUST PLACE A VERTICAL (MIN. 1% SLOPE) STACK THAT SHALL BE BROUGHT WITHIN 3-1/2 FEET BELOW NATURAL GROUND. RING STACK VERTICAL Lu TEE WYE SERVICE (TYPICAL 45° BEND) FITTING (SEWER WYE AND 1/8 BEND; ROTATE AS NEEDED) STANDARD CONNECTIONPROFILE DEEP CONNECTIONPROFILE CITY OF BRYAN SANITARY SEWER SERVICE CONNECTION S6-01 ALLOWVAR BLE TAP BOTTOM LIP OF CONNECTING PIPE SHALL NOT DIP BELOW CENTERLINE OF MAIN. (SEE NOTE 4)= ---- STD. 45° PVC BEND ASTM D3034 (S�DR26 PIPE - STD. PVC COUPLING W/GASKETS (661.0% MIN. (PIPE IS HON NOT TO BE PLACED PROFILE 4" PVC EXTENSION W/PVC CAP (SEE NOTE 3) PVC WYE WITH PVC CAP (SEE NOTE 3) SEE NOTE 5 PLAN SEE NOTE 5 1 (TYPICAL) I 3.5' MAX: SEE NOTE 1 AND NOTE 7) `-TEE WYE SERVICE FITTING (SEWER WYE AND 1/80 BEND) SEWER LINE 4" PVC EXTENSION W/PVC CAP (SEE NOTE 3) PVC WYE WITH PVC CAP (SEE NOTE 3) CITY OF COLLEGE STATION SEWER SERVICE LINE CROSSING R -O -W OR EDGE OF EASEMENT I �- VARIES 3.5' MAX.----- (SEE NOTE 1.) i N 2.0' z 111 \ PVC (SEE NOTE 3) w(MIN. 1% SLOPE) TEE WYE SERVICE FITTING (SEWER TEE) STANDARD CONNECTIONPROFILE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION SANITARY SEWER SERVICE C SEE NOTE 5 - (TYPICAL) PLAN R -O -W OR EDGE OF EASEMENT VARIES -� 3.5' MAX. 1 (SEE NOTE 1 NO NOTE 6) PVC (SEE NOTE 3) I (MIN.1%SLOPE) STD. 45° BEND ACK VARIES HEIGHT �. ul H O STD. 45° BEND z w w TEE WYE SERVICE FITTING (SEWER WYE AND 1/8 BEND) DEEP CONNECTIONPROFILE ON S7-00 S7-01 CITY OF BRYk The Cood Life, TexasSry11 - DRAWN 6Y: C.L.M. DATE: 08-01-12 SCALE: N T S APPROVED: W. P. K F-IGURE'' 'I SHEET 2'�OF'', 2 NOTE: GENERAL NOTES: -'-� 1. VALVE EXTENSION TO BE USED 1. FINELY DIVIDED EARTH FREE OF ROCK, LUMPS AND CLODS 6. ALL FITTING SHALL BE MECHANICL JOINTS UNLESS A 24" X 24" X 6" ONLY WHEN TOP OF GATE VALVE EXCEEDING 6" SHALL BE PLACED BY HAND, AND OTHERWISE DIRECTED. 28 -DAY CONCRETE IS DEEPER THAN 5 FEET FROM COMPACTED AROUND THE CAST IRON PIPE TO A DEPTH OF ' o STRENGTH = 2000 psi FINISHED GRADE. 12" OVER THE TOP OF THE PIPE BEFORE BACKFILL IS BEGUN 7. HYDRANTS SHALL BE LOCATED NO CLOSER THAN 24" X 24" X 6" WITH #4 BAR AROUND BY ANY MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT. 3 FEET MEASURED FROM THE BACK OF CURB TO THE ( 28 -DAY CONCRETE �Dol� I 2. ALL VALVE OPERATING NUT FACE OF THE STEAMER ON THE FIRE HYDRANT. I STRENGTH = 2000 pps', ALL VALVE BOX. EXTENSIONS ARE TO BE MADE 2. ALL CONCRETE BLOCKING SHALL BE - 28 DAY CONCRETE D D' WITH #4 BAR AROUN' OF STEEL, SIZED AS NOTED, STRENGTH = 2000psi. 8. IF MAIN VALVE IS WITHIN 50 FEET OF FIRE HYDRANT THEN ALL VALVE BOX. AND PAINTED WITH TWO (2) ASSEMBLY VALVE MAY BE OMITTED ON A DEAD END HYDRANT o COATS OF METAL PAINT. 3. ALL THRUST BLOCKING SHALL PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF LEAD WITH NO ADDITIONAL CONNECTIONS. TRAFFIC RATED COPPERHEAD 2 SQUARE FEET OF BEARING AREA OF CONCRETE ON SNAKEPIT TEST STATION OR 3. EXTENSIONS SHALL BE A MINIMUM UNDISTURBED SOIL, OR AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER. 9. HEIGHT OF FIRE HYDRANT MEASURED FROM THE STEAMER APPROVED EQUAL OF ONE (1) FOOT LONG. NOZZLE SHALL BE 18 TO 24 INCHES ABOVE NEAREST FINAL VIEWA - A 4. WATER MAINS WILL NOT BE FULLY PRESSURIZED UNTIL GRADE. 4. VALVE BOX LIDS LOCATED ON CONCRETE HAS REACHED 7 DAY STRENGTH. VALVES TO ISOLATE FIRE SUPPRESSION LINES FROM PUBLIC 5. ALL PIPE WILL BE LAID SO AS THE ENTIRE BARRELL TW, WA -A WATER LINES SHALL BE AMPro WILL HAVE FULL BEARING ON THE FINE GRADED USA, LL562 LOCKABLE LID. TRENCH BOTTOM. BELL HOLES SHALL BE CUT FOR STANDARD FIRE HYDRANT EACH BELL AND FIRE HYDRANT. GATE VALVE TRAFFIC RATED COPPERHEAD WATER LINE WNALVE BOX STANDARD FIRE HYDRANT S REQUIRED + SNAKEPIT TEST STATION OR VALVE BOX PER SPECS WITH BOX STEAMER NOZZLE CHAINS 1' MIN. APPROVED EQUAL EXTENSION AS NEEDED VALVE BOX PER SPECS. TO BE REMOVED BY TEE OR TAPPING 2" SQUARE AWWA NUT CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO SLEEVE & VALVE EXTENSION WITH A A CITY'S ACCEPTANCE OF AS REQUIRED AS CENTERING COLLAR. WORK. 6.•TERMINATE FINISHED GRADE REQUIRED ' A FROM TOP OF BOX. BURY LINE AS EQ'D--V IRA E9 ANCHOR 900 BEND 2" SQUARE AWWA NUT EXTENSION WITH GATE VALVE w CENTERING COLLAR. 6" STD. WNALVE BOX _Z TERMINATE 4' TO 5' a GATE VALE STANDARD FIRE HYDRANT > FROM TOP OF BOX. � y gip GgTE VALVE SEE NOT 8) S 6" D.I.OR C909 PIPE AWWA C900 W/S AINLESS I v+ 6" MJ ANCHOR o PRESSURE PIPE STEEL BOLTS ZZ -COUPLING F x 14 ga. INSULATED BLOOCKINGE PEA GRAVEL -FILL E COPPER TRACER PVC OR D.I. PIPE TO 1 FT. ABOVE WIRE WEEP HOLE THRUST BLOCK FIRE HYDRANT LOCATION TEE OR TAPPING n REALIGN AS NEEDED SLEEVE & VALVE BLOCK USING 12N12N4" - BLOCK AS DIRECTED. AS REQUIRED MECHANICAL JOINTS PRECAST CONCRETE MIN. DIMENSION AG OF RETAINER GLANDS BLOCK EQUAL TO ONE BAG OF SACKRETE OR MEGA LUGS 6" X 12" GRADELOK BLOCK AS DIRECTEDROTA EPLIT GLANDS TO FINAL GRADE) STANDARD FIRE GATE VALVE &BOX OPTIONAL W1-00 HYDRANT ASSEMBLY W1-02 2" SQUARE x 2" HIGH TRAFFIC RATED -X REFER TO TECHNICAL SECTION OPERATING NUT COPPERHEAD 09 0312 FOR TRACER WIRE SNAKEPIT TEST INSTALLATION STATION OR TRAFFIC RATED COPPERHEAD V6 APPROVED EQUAL SNAKEPIT TEST STATION OR GROUND LEVEL APPROVED EQUAL 90* ... ;: 24"x24"x6" ....: .. VALVE OPERATING NUT 24,. CONCRETE PAD EXTENSION MAX. METAL (STD.) 5" DIA x 1/8" MIN DETECTOR TAPE THICKNESS STEEL METAL DETECTOR TAPE PLATE w/ 90° CUT-OUT _ 48" MIN. 1" DIA STEEL ROD TRACING WIRE 14ga SOLID TRACER WIRE SHALL END SQUARE SOCKET COPPER AT A TEST STATION. 2" DIA INSIDE 4 21/4" DEPTH TWO 3/8" SET SCREWS ON (1/8" MIN WALL EITHER SIDE TO LOCK THE THICKNESS) OPERATING NUT. SCREWS TYPICAL UTILITY PIPE TYPICAL UTILITY PIPE ARE TO BE FLUSH WITH OUTSIDE EDGE OF BOTTOM SOCKET 4c TRACER WIRE MUST BE INSTALLED DEAD END DIRECTLY ABOVE THE PIPE. GATE VALVE EXTENSION v W 1-01 UTILITY PIPE. LO CATIO N MATERIALS W 1-03 NOTES: MEGALUG OR 1. FURNISH AS SHOWN ON PLANS SETSCREW -'A AND ON ALL VALVE SIGN POSTS. PIPELINE RETAINER 10' TEXT K 2. SIGNS TO BE CONSTRUCTED WARNING SIGN MAIN LINE -� WARNING FROM 20 GA. STEEL BAKED ON UNDISTURBED ENAMEL FINISH. FURNISH ONE v DIRT90�� WARNING AND ONE VALVE SIGN UNDERGROUND PIPELINE AND ONE POST FOR EACH VALVE 24" MIN.CONTACT THE CITY INSTALLED AND AT OTHER BEFORE EXCAVATING LOCATIONS AS SHOWN ON PLANS. END OF LINE FURNISH SAME NUMBER OF WATERLINE CAP/PLUG YELLOW REPLACEMENT SIGNS AS FOR EACH BACKGROUND4„ INSTALLED (OMITTING VALVE D NUMBER O VALVE SIGN (NOT A SEPARATE PAY ITEM) M. J. TEE OR CROSS V AL V BEDDING SAND 7" NO - 2" BLACK PRESSURE XX XX 6" TO BE ADDED AFTER CONCRETE SLAB NOTE: BASIC SIGN HAS BEEN DIMENSION FOR CONCRETE 24" WHITE 10"-� PAINTED. VARIES WITH WATERLINE SIZE MIN. PLAN VIEW BACKGROUND MJ PLUG N PIPELINE WARNING SIGN VALVE IDENTIFICATION SIGN UNDISTURBED DIRT COMPACTED � E SELECT FILL 4'-0•• ° BLUE, HEAVY DUTY, WING CHANNELPOST VALVE BOX AND SHAFT EXTENSION MEGALUG CH 4'-0" CAST IRON VALVE BOX COVER CONCRET PIPE11 E SLAB 2'X 4'X 6" CONCRETE SLAB 6" MIN. \. 4'-0" NOT GREATER 9: THAN C N 45D BACK FILL AMERICAN FLOW CONTRO 6" DIP W/RE y L TRENCH TAINING 9 ADAPTER OR AN APPROVED EQUAL GLAND AT BEND AND 12" MIN. PLUG. G'A 9� CONCRETE OG SECTIONA A y THRUST BLOCK RESTRAINED JOINT 6" M. J. ELL PLACED ON NOTE: W/ THRUST BLOCK UNDISTURBED SOIL INSTALL ANCHOR COUPLING END O F LINE BLOCKING OF ASSEMION BLY SHALL B 95 AND REDUCER AS REQUIRED OF ASSEMBLY SHALL BE 95% STANDARD DENSITY PER ASTM D698 NOTE: IN-LINE BLOW OFF ASSEMBLY W3-00 W3-01 1. EMBED COPPER LINE IN TAMPED SAND FROM BRONZE INSECT SCREEN r _L- ----GALV. ELL UNDISTURBED SOIL TO 6" ABOVE AND ON BOTH W/S.S. HOSE CLAMP, SIDES OF COPPER PIPE.AIR RELEASE/VACUUM GALV. NIPPLE �-" "� REMOVE AND DISCARD BREAKER VALVE AFTER USE 2. PAYMENT FOR BIO ITEM OF "AIR RELEASE VALVE" I MJ PLUG VALVE BOX AND SHAFT EXTENSION SHALL INCLUDE ALL MATERIALS, AS SHOWN IN VAL R MO MODEL (2" O ") 2" METER BOX WITH I 1 EXIST. GRADE DETAIL, INCLUDING MAIN LINE TAPPING SADDLE. OR MODEL 102 (2") OR CAST IRON LID I I 4'-0" CAST IRON VALVE BOX COVER APPROVED EQUAL i I �SCH. 40 GALV. PIPE 3. PIPE SIZE SHALL BE 1" OR 2". I ;J/� 'CONCRETE SLAB 4. SIZE OF LINES AND VALVES MAYBE MODIFIED BY AFTER BLOW -OFF THE ENGINEER 1 I/INSTALL MALE QUICKAMERICAN FLOW CONTROL EXIST. GRADE T CONNECTION & CAP TRENCH ADAPTER HOT -BOX POLY ROX R AN APPROVED MODEL PHRI (1") WITH--, _ _�T r� 4"APPROVED EQUAL HEAT OR MODEL PHR2 (2PIPE MATERIAL " BRASS BALL VALVE WITH HEAT OR APPROVE EQUAL IRON PIPE THREAD MJ TAPPED CAP COMPRESSION FITTING AND BALL VALVE BRASS THREAD PIPE WATER 4" X 3' X 3' CONCRETE PAD FOR 1"PIPE COPPER EXPOSED TO MAIN 4" X 5'X 3' CONCRETE PAD (FOR 2" PIPE; CONCRETE SHALL BE BRASS ELL MJ TAPPED CAP SLEEVED WITH APPROVED COPPER PIPE SLEEVING CONCRETE BLOCKING TO TYPE "K" COPPER TUBING BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH WATER 4" M. J. ELL PLACED ON CONCRETE BLOCKING TO DETAIL W3-00 MAIN UNDISTURBED SOIL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH TAPPING SADDLE DETAIL W3-00 / BRASS NIPPLE 4" END OF LINE CORPORATION STOO P. 2" BLOW -OFF RISER BL - OW OFF AIR RELEASE VALVE &VACUUM CHECK VALVE - W3-02 W3 -03W3-04 THRUST BLOCK NO E T S. 1. ALL CALCULATIONS ARE BASED ON INTERNAL PRESSURE OF 200 psi FOR 24" AND SMALLER INNER DIAMETER PIPE. 2. ALL BEARING SURFACES OF THRUST BLOCKS TEE SCHEDULE ID in HRUS C A VOLU tons ft ft E C.. 4,6,8 5.1 1.5 f5 0.3 110,12 11.3 1.5 5 0.6 NOTES: I. NO SPLICES IN COPPER TUBING WILL BE ALLOWED FOR SINGLE SERVICE OR BETWEEN THE SERVICE SADDLE AND THE WYE FOR DOUBLE SERVICE. SHALL BE PLACED AGAINST UNDISTURBED EARTH OR ROCK. SIZE A (ft) 2. IT SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO PRESSURE TEST LINE IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE 3. CONCRETE FOR BLOCKING SHALL BE 2000 psi. E (ft) STREET CROSSINGS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED. 4. DIMENSIONS MAYBE VARIED AS REQUIRED BY 90° 3. MARK EACH SERVICE END WITH METAL "T" POST PAINTED BLUE. FIELD WHERE AND AS DIRECTED BY THE 1.5 0.9 ENGINEER. THE VOLUME OF CONCRETE BLOCKING SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN SHOWN 0.4 4. MATERIAL USED SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED OR AN APPROVED EQUAL. HERE. 2.5 1.5 5. WATER MAIN SHALL NOT BE PRESSURIZED UNTIL 4.0 5. ALL CONNECTIONS TO BE COMPRESSION TYPE. ALL CONCRETE BLOCKING HAS REACHED 1500 psi. 6,8" 2.0 6. ALL SERVICE WYES & EXTENSIONS ARE TO BE 1.5 NOTE; INSTALLED WITH THE MAIN LINE CONSTRUCTION. HORIZONTAL THRUST BLOCK SCHEDULE USE POLYETHYLENE WRAP OR EQUAL BETWEEN CONCRETE 7. METERS AND VALVE BOXES SHALL BE PLACED BY THE CITY UPON PAYMENT OF FEE. 2.5 1.5 1.2 2.2 & PLUG TO PREVENT CONCRETE FROM STICKING TO PLUG. 8, LOT CORNERS SHALL BE MARKED WITH A LATH 6,8" 1.5 10,12" 2.0 1.5 2.5 1.5 1.5 0.9 1.2 0.8 1.1 UNDER THE SUPERVISION F A RPLS UPON 11.25° 6,8" 1.0 1.5 1.5 0.9 COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION. BEND SIZE A (ft) B (ft) C (ft) E (ft) G (ft) VOLUME (C•Y•) 90° 6,8" 5.0 1.5 1.5 0.9 2.7 0.4 ' 10,12" 6.5 2.5 1.5 1.2 4.0 1.0 45° 6,8" 2.0 2.0 1.5 0.9 1.5 0.2 _,I 10,12" 3.5 2.5 1.5 1.2 2.2 0.5 22.50 6,8" 1.5 10,12" 2.0 1.5 2.5 1.5 1.5 0.9 1.2 0.8 1.1 0.1 0.3 11.25° 6,8" 1.0 1.5 1.5 0.9 0.4 0.1 TIES INTO 10112" 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.2 0.6 0.1 THRUST BLOCK DETAILS 'OUR CONCRETE AGAINST CONCRETE SHALL NOT 1NDISTURBED EARTH EXTEND BEYOND JOINTS -7 DIA. AIUAINST UNDISTURBED u EARTH SECTIONX-X PLAN VIEW CLu Lu -j 1'-0" GIri THRUST OY o a �v mm POUR AGAINST UNDISTURBED EARTH TEE TUR USTBL0CK rTT TT1 T l-1 A T T T !1 T► T r n ,. r m THRUST BLOCK W2-00 - NOTE: 1. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WATER AND SEWER LINE CROSSING SEE CITY STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR WATER AND SEWER LINE CONSTRUCTION 2. STEEL CASING SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED IN THE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. 3. DRY BORING PREFERRED, WET BORING ALLOWED ONLY WHEN APPROVED BY THE CITY ENGINEER. PIPE CROSSING A 4 WITH A BEND SUCH OTHATTHE CARRIER AY SHALL BE IP PEACAN BE PULLED ABOVE THE PARLLED ABOVE THE MAIN IT TIES ALLEL MAIN. 2'-0" MIN. ENCASEMENT 2' OPEN CUT LIMIT SERVICE SADDLES .E AND PVC OR * SEE TECHNICAL SECTION 331213 FOR MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS CURB & GUTTER \-CORP STOP 1" TYPE IK COPF WATER LINE 1SEE N TE K Cl NEW WATER SER_ (SHORTtAND LONG ,SIDE) EA. STRAIGHT BALL VALVE W/ PLUG O Z (2 FOR DOUBLE SERVICE) VALVE �- ILE SERVICE �-�-----4'MIN.-----�-- VIEW A A DOUBLE SERVICE 0 a: ^A 12" MIN. -24" MAX. STRAIGHT BALL VALVE 2' MI WITH PLUG( 2 FOR DOUBLE SE VICE) 1 A 1" TYPE "K" COPPER TUBING (2 FOR DOUBLE SERVICE) 1-1/2"X 1" BRASS WYE (1 FOR DOUBLE SERVICE) 31NG (SINGLE SERVICE) TUBING (DOUBLE SERVICE) _'EJ W2-01 I TRENCH(. _ 1 �'-0"� WATER PIPE �- STEEL CASING CASING SPACER a '.1 ADJUSTABLE TOP RUNNERS TO MAINTAIN I" MAX CLE. 30° �. B/C MAX ' t X � ='• �.. SIDEWALK. NOTE: CASING SPACERS X 5' I 4 -RUNNER MIN. (THRU 24' DIA Co w I :;' ":; ;' a T T INNER PROVIDE 4' •.:: ; .''. ' .;;; THRUST '.::' •, ' ." .; :.' PIPE JOINT r• ` t �,\ \ow ;; ::;.: ; �'; ' STRUCTURAL BACKFILL AREA INCLUDES ALL PAVED AREAS (SIDEWALKS, STREETS, ALLEYS, DRIVEWAYS,AND PARKING AREAS) AND SHALL EXTEND 5' BEYOND THE CURB LINE. STRUCTURAL BACKFILL SHALL BE CEMENT STABILIZED (SEE DETAIL W4-02 - AREASTO BE PAVED) OR EXCAVATED SOIL COMPACTED TO 98% MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY AS PER ASTM D698 WITHIN OPTIMUM TO +4% WET OF OPTIMUM (SEE DETAIL W4-02 - NON-STRUCTURAL AREAS) O . MIN POLYMER RUNNER (TYP) _,I DIA. AIUAINST UNDISTURBED u EARTH SECTIONX-X PLAN VIEW CLu Lu -j 1'-0" GIri THRUST OY o a �v mm POUR AGAINST UNDISTURBED EARTH TEE TUR USTBL0CK rTT TT1 T l-1 A T T T !1 T► T r n ,. r m THRUST BLOCK W2-00 - NOTE: 1. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WATER AND SEWER LINE CROSSING SEE CITY STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR WATER AND SEWER LINE CONSTRUCTION 2. STEEL CASING SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED IN THE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. 3. DRY BORING PREFERRED, WET BORING ALLOWED ONLY WHEN APPROVED BY THE CITY ENGINEER. PIPE CROSSING A 4 WITH A BEND SUCH OTHATTHE CARRIER AY SHALL BE IP PEACAN BE PULLED ABOVE THE PARLLED ABOVE THE MAIN IT TIES ALLEL MAIN. 2'-0" MIN. ENCASEMENT 2' OPEN CUT LIMIT SERVICE SADDLES .E AND PVC OR * SEE TECHNICAL SECTION 331213 FOR MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS CURB & GUTTER \-CORP STOP 1" TYPE IK COPF WATER LINE 1SEE N TE K Cl NEW WATER SER_ (SHORTtAND LONG ,SIDE) EA. STRAIGHT BALL VALVE W/ PLUG O Z (2 FOR DOUBLE SERVICE) VALVE �- ILE SERVICE �-�-----4'MIN.-----�-- VIEW A A DOUBLE SERVICE 0 a: ^A 12" MIN. -24" MAX. STRAIGHT BALL VALVE 2' MI WITH PLUG( 2 FOR DOUBLE SE VICE) 1 A 1" TYPE "K" COPPER TUBING (2 FOR DOUBLE SERVICE) 1-1/2"X 1" BRASS WYE (1 FOR DOUBLE SERVICE) 31NG (SINGLE SERVICE) TUBING (DOUBLE SERVICE) _'EJ W2-01 I 8" TYP 1" MIN. CLR. \ _ 1 N. JQ`QP��,P W� CARRIER PIPE �- STEEL CASING CASING SPACER 1 -PC. PULL -ON WATER TIGHT NEOPRENE END PAVEMENT AREAS SEAL W/ STN. STL. 8 MPS "APS" OR ADJUSTABLE TOP RUNNERS TO MAINTAIN I" MAX CLE. 30° �. B/C MAX > I::�•.:.:�••:•:�•,:•:•"•• BAND CLAMP STEEL CASING � ='• �.. SIDEWALK. NOTE: CASING SPACERS _ _ ATSPRINGLINE 5' I 4 -RUNNER MIN. (THRU 24' DIA 8" WIDE BAND STAINLESS STEEL (TYPE 304) CASING) OR 6 -RUNNER MIN. PROVIDE 4' (24"42" DIA. CASING) STAINLESS TL. TYPE304; 8" WIDE BANDBOTTOM RUNNERS AT NEOPRENE INSULATION SLEEVE W/ POLYMER RUNNERS; CENTERED 4550 BETWEEN PIPE AND BAND OR NON -CENTERED; CLEAR BELL, RESTRAINED FROM FLOTATION; MIN POLYMER RUNNER (TYP) STRUCTURAL BACKFILL AREA INSULATED; "APS, INC., MOD SS18" OR "CASCADE" CASING DETAIL W2-02 - �i W2-03 NOTE: GATE VALVE 1. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WATER AND SEWER LINE CROSSING SEE WNALVE BOX CITY STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR WATER AND SEWER LINE CONSTRUCTION GATE VALVE 2. STEEL CASING SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED IN THE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. WNALVE BOX 3. DRY BORING IS REQUIRED. 4. PIPE CROSSING A ROADWAY SHALL BE INSTALLED ABOVE THE MAINIIT TIES INTO WITH A BEND SUCH THAT THE CARRIER PIPE CAN BE PULLED ABOVE THE PARALLEL TEE OR TAPPING MAIN. SLEEVE &VALVE AS REQUIRED TEE OR TAPPING ENCASEMENT SLEEVE & VALVE AS REQUIRED WATER LINE -OPEN CUT SHOULDER VARIES WATER LINE LIMIT WIDTH OF PAVEMENT 5'-0" MIN. MIN. GATE VALVE 3'-0" MIN. ( SIDEWALK MAY BE OPEN CUT OR BORED AS DIRECTED BY STEEL CASING THE ENGINEER AS REQUIRED CARRIER PIPE TYPICAL URBAN CITY STREET CROSSING 0 SELECT MATERIAL MATERIAL EXCAVATED FROM THE DITCH ((WHICH IS FREE OF ROCKS LUMPS CLODS OR DEBRIS LARDER THAN TWO (2) INCHES IN THE LARGEST DIMENSION COMPACTED TO A MINIMUM OFSTM D698 ( 90% OF MAXIMUM DENS AS DETERMINED BY MOISTURE CONTENT IN OPT MUM TO +4/o F OPTIMUM UNDER NON-STRUCTURAL AREAS V...YARDS, PASTURES, EASEMENTS AND TO A MINIMUM OF 98% OF MAXIMUM DENSITY AS DETERMINED BY ASTM D698 (STANDARD) AT A MOISTURE CONTENT WITHIN OPTIMUM TO +4% OF OPTIMUM UNDER NEW STREET - GATE VALVE (W4-001 ORIGINAL GROUND OR BOTTOM OF SUB -GRADE X-0" BELOW DITCH FLOW TYPICAL RURAL S CARRIER PIPE -J T CROSSING NOTES: I. FOR BEDDING AND TRENCH/NG W/TH/NALL EX/ST/NG PAVED AREAS SEE DETAILS FOR OPEN CUT STREETS. (Deta& ST4-Of, ST4-09, ST4-02). TH/S NOTE DOES NOTAPPLY TO STREETS BE/NG RECONSTRUCTED. -QA SELECT MATERIAL 2. EVERY 100 FEETPROV/DEAWATERSTOPBLOCK COMPOSED OF CEMENT SAND OR NAT/VEMATER/AL AND STREETS TO BE RECONSTRUCTED. AS Q SELECT MATERIAL L_ ©CEMENT STABILIZED SAND DEPEND/NG ON EMBEDMENT. BLOCK SHALL BE6FEET 8"-12" MAX /N LENGTH. NO BEDDING SAND /N THIS AREA. MANUALLY CONSOLIDATE 8"-12" MAX. B GRANULAR MATERIAL / ©( B ((MANUALLY CONSOLIDATE 3. ALL BEDDING &INSTALLATION OF PVC PIPE SHALL // AT OPTIMUM MOISTURE) �AT OPTIMUM MOISTURE) BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANSI/AWWA STANDARDS MATERIAL SHALL BE BANK RUN RIVER SAND WHICH IS FREE :. FOR PVC PIPE, OF DETRIMENTAL QUANTITIES OF CLAY DEBRIS OR ORGANIC MATERIAL AND WHICH, WHEN TESTED BY STANDARD4. ALL BEDDING & INSTALLATION OF DUCTILE IRON PIPE LABORATORY METHODS, MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: 4' 4" SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANSI/AWWA C150/A21.50 MAXIMUM LIQUID LIMIT 45 UNDISTURBED SOIL 5. COMPACTION SHALL BE ATTAINED BY MECHANICAL MAXIMUM PLASTICITY INDEX 15 PIPE UNDISTURBED SOIL TAMPING. MAXIMUM PERCENT PASSING NO. 200 SIEVE 35 O.D. PIP MINIMUM PERCENT PASSING 3/4" SIEVE 100 O. 6. RELATIVE COMPACTION SHALL BE TESTED IN THE PRESENCE OF THE CITY ENGINEER. THE MATERIAL SHALL FREE FLOWING AND WHEN WET SHALL 6" MIN./12" MAX. PLACE METAL DETECTOR A NOT ADHERE TO FORM A BALL WHEN PRESSED IN THE HAND. TAPE ATA MINIMUM OF 24" MIN./12" MAX. 7. DUST RESULTING FROM THE ABOVE TOP OF PIPE H CONTRACTOR'S AREAS TO BE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK, EITHER INSIDE OR NON STRUCTURAL OUTSIDE THE RIGHT-OF-WAY, SHALL BE CONTROLLED © CEMENT STABILIZED SAND BY THE CONTRACTOR. ARFA.S OR STREETS TO BE 8. ALL TRENCHES SHALL BE BACK FILLED AND TEMPORARY RECONSTRUCTED WORKING DAY. YATING PLACED AT THE END OF EACH BEDDING AND TRENCH • DI PIPE ; PVC PIPE W4-02 GENERAL NOTES: L AREAS WHERE EXISTING VEGETATION AND GRASS COVER VE BEEN BARED BY CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE ADEQUATELY OCK SODDED OR HYDROMULCHED AND WATERED UNTIL 'OWTH IS ESTABLISHED. IN DEVELOPED AREAS WHERE GRASS PRESENT, BLOCK SOD WILL BE REQUIRED. BARED AREAS ALL BE SEEDED OR SODDED WITHIN 14 CALENDAR DAYS OF ST DISTURBANCE. PROVED EROSION CONTROL MEASURES MUST BE INSTALLED RING THE ENTIRE TIME THAT EARTH HAS BEEN BARED BY NSTRUCTION AND SHALL STAY IN PLACE UNTIL ACCEPTABLE GETATIVE GROWTH IS ESTABLISHED AFTER CONSTRUCTION IS MPLETE AND THEN REMOVED BY CONTRACTOR. L EROSION CONTROL MEASURES SHOULD BE CLEANED OF T AFTER EVERY RAIN. i'ABLISHMENT OF VEGETATION MAY BE A WARRANTY ITEM. Ln z O UJ Of ;q CITY OF BRYAN The Good Life, Texas] soe." DRAWN BY: C.L.M. DATE: 08-01-12 SCALE: N T S APPROVED: W. P.,� K. FIGURE: J SHEET 1 OF 2 NOTES: NOTES: NOTES: 1O Service saddle, SS straps, CC threads 5 Meter box valve: Installed per manufacturer's O 1O Service saddle, SS straps, CC threads O5 Meter box valve: P 5 = Ford Angle Stop - BA13-342W -1" Installed per manufacturer's 5 = Ford Anggle Stop _ Q Service saddle, SS straps, CC threads 6 Swivel nut- C38-66-2-875 -1-1/2" recommendations. All main types: 5A = Ford Straight Stop - B11 -444W -1" recommendations. All main types: 5A =Ford StraightpS- BA B1 W 11„ O Smith Blair 317 Installed per manufacturer's © Brass bushing IPS -1" x 314" Smith Blair 317 recommendations. All main types: O7 Brass all thread I.P.S.-1-1/2" 2O Corporation Stop: Ford FB 1000-4-Q -1" © Meter nipple - C38-44-2-625 -1" Smith Blair 317 2 corporation Sto : Fo 7 Meterrd FB 100 m le - O0 -a- - 8 adapter - C38-23-2- -p Q 1" Meter ter BB - 2O Corporation Stop: Ford FB 1000-6-Q -1-1/2" O P IM 66 Castle m 3 Service tubing: Type K co PP 5 3/4"®.Meter box and lid: Old Castle meter box, O 9 YP copper -soft-1" ® Meter box and lid: Old Castle meter box, @ Service tubing: Type K copper - soft -1" Cl lid with Reader #36 O9 Meter box and lid: Old Castle meter ® Ford male adapter - C84 -44-Q -1" Cl lid with Reader #36 O3 Service tubing: Type K copper - soft -1-112" box, CI lid with Reader #65 ® Ford male adapter- C84 -44-Q-1" ®Ford male adapter - C84 -66-Q -1-1/2" 0 Meter box valve: g CUSTOMER 5A =ord Ford Straight Angle St pA B116-66 W 11 2" VALVE g C USTOMER 8 VALVEOMER E 9 CUSTOMER 3 ' 6 3 5 (g'7 4 5 6 3 8 CUSTOMER VALVE wY _ CUSTOME VALVEg 9 CUSTOMER g VALVE 7 4 5 6 CITY OF BRYAN CITY OF BRYAN CITY STRAIGHT OR ANGLE TAP - 3/4" STRAIGHT OR ANGLE TAP - I'I OF BRYAN STRAIGHT OR ANGLE TAP - 1-1/2" W6-00 76 01 W6-02 NOTES: NOTES: Q Service saddle, SS straps, CC threads Q Brass coupling I.P.S. - 2" Installed per manufacturer's 1. ALL CONNECTIONS TO BE COMPRESSION TYPE. recommendations. All main types: ® Swivel nut- C38-77 - 2" 2. MATERIAL USED SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED OR AN METER SWIVEL NUT OR NIPPLE METER Smith Blair 317 APPROVED EQUAL. BOX O2 Corporation Stop: Ford FB 1000-7-Q Meter adapter -BBIM 77 - 2" ANGLE STOP —_ (cc thread) - 2" ® Brass nipple I.P.S. - 2" x 3" 3. ALL SERVICE WYES & EXTENSIONS ARE TO BE INSTALLED WITH THE MAIN LINE OCONSTRUCTION. o Z 3 Service tubing: Type K copper - cu - soft- 2" © Meter box and lid: Old Castle meter 4. EXISTING METER BOXES ARE TO BE REMOVED. 1-1/2" BALL VALVE box, Cl lid with Reader #65 (FOR DOUBLE SERVICE ® Ford male adapter - C8477 -Q- 2" THE NEW METER BOXES SHALL BE OLD CASTLE. ONLY) E- © Meter box and lid: Old Castle 12" WATER Q Meter box valve: round valve box #3RT METER 5 = Ford Angle Stop - BA -11-777W - 2" 5A = Ford Straight Stop - B11 -777W - 2" - — - — 4' MIN.— — — - — © Brass nipple I.P.S. - 2" x 6" 2 11 CUSTOMER VIEW A AI VALVE 0 DOUBLE, — VICE o O o 3 4 5 6 g 8 2 2 1 CUSTOMER 1 � g VALVE 10 d © 9 METER NUT SIZE FORD PART NO. 3/4" x 2.5" Long C38-23-2-5 3/4" x 3" Long C38-23-3 3/4" x 12" Long C38-23-12 1" x 2.625" Long C38-44-2-625 1" x 8.5" Long C38-44-8-5 1-1/2" Meter Nipple C38-66-2-875 1-1/2" Meter Bushing BBIM-66 2" Meter Nipple C38-77 2" Meter Bushing 11 BBIM-77 o: ANGLE STOP t`-2' MI . WATER METER BOXER METER SWIVEL I NUT OR NIPPLE I A 1" NUMEX SDR -9 200 PSI PIPE 1-1/2" BALL VALVE OR COPPER PIPE (FOR DOUBLE SERVICE (2 FOR DOUBLE SERVICE) ONLY) 1-1/2" X 1" BRASS WYE CITY OF BRYAN (1 FOR DOUBLE SERV.) STRAIGHT OR ANGLE TAP - 2" CITY OF BRYAN WATER SERVICE RECONNECTION W6-03 W6-04 NOTES: MODEL SIZE �NOTES. W7-00 1O Service saddle, SS straps, CC threads Installed per manufacturer's recommendations. © Brass bushing IPS -1" x 3/4" Q Service saddle, SS straps, CC threads. Installed per manufacturer's recommendations. All main types: Cambridge 800 Ser ies or Ford 7 Meter nipple - C38-23-2-5 - 3/4" g8 All maint{yyppes: Cambridge 800 Series or Ford S701S90 O2 S70IS90 Corporation Stop: Ford FB 1000-4-1" Ball valve O9 Meter box and lid: Old Castle meter ®Brass nipple I.P.S. - 2" x 3" 3 Service tubing: Type K copper - soft -1" box, Cl lid with Reader #36 0 9 Ford male adapter- C84-44-1" ® Ford male adapter- C84-77- 2" 0 Meter box valve: Meter box valve: round valve box #3RT BASED ON ALL M.J. FITTINGS. 5 = Ford Angle Stop - BA13.342W -1" 5A = Ford Straight Stop - B11 -444W -1" CUSTOMER VALVE CUSTOMER VALVE 9 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION STRAIGHT OR ANGLE TAP - 3/4" CUSTOMER -VALVE SPECIAL CONDITIONS 1. METER REGISTER SHALL BE NO DEEPER THAN 12 INCHES BELOW FINISHED GRADE. 2. FLOOR OF VAULT WILL BE A MINIMUM OF 6 INCHES FROM BOTTOM OF ANY PIPING APPARATUS OR METER WITHIN THE VAULT. 3. REINFORCED CONCRETE VAULT BASE (FLOOR) SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED USING A STANDARD FIVE SACK CONCRETE MIX AND REINFORCING COMPRISED OF #3 REBAR ON 12 INCH CENTERS WITH A MINIMUM BASE THICKNESS OF 6INCHES. 4. SET SCREW RETAINER GLANDS SHALL BE INSTALLED AT EACH FITTING ON MECHANICAL JOINT PIPE. 5. VALVES SHALL MEET THE CITY SPECIFICATIONS FOR VALVES. 6. THERE SHALL BE NO PIPING UNDER THE FLOOR OF THE VAULT. MODEL SIZE �NOTES. W7-00 W1 H1LBS WEIGHT Q Service saddle, SS straps, CC threads. Installed per manufacturer's recommendations. ®Swivel nut - C38-77 - 2" 12,000 All maint{yyppes: Cambridge 800 Series or Ford S701S90 O9 Meter adapter- BBIM 77 - 2" 2O Corporation Stop: Ford ®Brass nipple I.P.S. - 2" x 3" 4'-6" FB 1000-7 (cc thread) - 2" © Meter box and lid: Old Castle 0 Service tubing: Type K copper - cu - soft - 2" meter box, CI lid with Reader #65 ® Ford male adapter- C84-77- 2" ® Meter box and lid: Old Castle 12" O5 Meter box valve: round valve box #3RT BASED ON ALL M.J. FITTINGS. 5 = Ford Angle Stop - FV -43-777W - 2" 5A = Ford Straight Stop - B11 -777W - 2" ® Bail valve © Brass nipple I.P.S. - 2" x 6" 7O Brass coupling I.P.S. - 2" WATERUST SERVICES 2 HOURS CUSTOMER -VALVE SPECIAL CONDITIONS 1. METER REGISTER SHALL BE NO DEEPER THAN 12 INCHES BELOW FINISHED GRADE. 2. FLOOR OF VAULT WILL BE A MINIMUM OF 6 INCHES FROM BOTTOM OF ANY PIPING APPARATUS OR METER WITHIN THE VAULT. 3. REINFORCED CONCRETE VAULT BASE (FLOOR) SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED USING A STANDARD FIVE SACK CONCRETE MIX AND REINFORCING COMPRISED OF #3 REBAR ON 12 INCH CENTERS WITH A MINIMUM BASE THICKNESS OF 6INCHES. 4. SET SCREW RETAINER GLANDS SHALL BE INSTALLED AT EACH FITTING ON MECHANICAL JOINT PIPE. 5. VALVES SHALL MEET THE CITY SPECIFICATIONS FOR VALVES. 6. THERE SHALL BE NO PIPING UNDER THE FLOOR OF THE VAULT. MODEL SIZE NRS FLG GATE ^` W1 H1LBS WEIGHT DMC-CS3 3" 8'-1- 8" 5'-0" 4'-6" 12,000 C38-44-8-5 DMC-CS4 4" 8'-8" 5'-0" 4'-6" 12,000 PIAN VIEW ACCESS AND VAULT DMC-CS6 6" 11'-0" 6'-0" 4'-9" 12,000 «. , n.�,.;t •.,.;::,..;,: ,.., NRS GATE VALVE - FLG. COUPLING ADAPTER ? w/FLG. SPOOL , L (TYP-2) NRS FLG GATE ^` 3/4" x 3" Long VALVE (TYP-2) MFG: PARK E P. CO. C38-23-12 MOD18.E CDMCS C38-44-2-625 APPROVED 3" OR LARGER COMPOUND C38-44-8-5 METERS, VAULTS & MATERIALS ROD (TYP) APPROVED METERS - SENSUS SRH U S. GALLONS) SENSUS C2 OMNI TOUCH READ 1000(TYP_2) FLG TEE APPROVED VAULTS - PARK DMC -BR PRE -CAST CONCRETE GALLON w/STRAINER VAULT W/ ADEQUATE PIAN VIEW ACCESS AND VAULT BBIM-77.00 DIMENSIONS FOR METER SELECTED CONCRETE LID W/ 36"x60" SINGLE LEAF GALVANIZEDMECHANICAL APPROVED MATERIALS - DUCTILE IRON PIPE WITH STEEL HATCHWAY (H-20 RATED) JOINT. SET SCREW RETAINER GLANDS WILL BE BASED ON ALL M.J. FITTINGS. DUCTILE IRON (TYP) ANY DEVIATIONS FROM THE ABOVE SPECIAL CONDITIONS OR APPROVED METERS, VAULTS OR MATERIALSBE THE MANAGER, WATERUST SERVICES 2 HOURS 8 GALVANIZED STEEL PRIOR TO ANTICIPATED DEVIATION. . -- PIPE SUPPORT (TY?) GRAVEL BED 12" SQ SUMP W/ CAST IRON GRATE AND OPTIONAL DRAIN { E,VATIONVIEW CITY OF COLLEGE STATION METER VAULT ASSEMBLY W5-00 NOTES: 1O Service saddle, SS straps, CC threads 6 Meter nipple - C38-442-625 -1" Installed per manufacturer's re 8 comma Ball valve ve .Ail main types: S Cambridge 800 Series or FordPS70/S909O Meter box and lid: Old Castle meter box, O2 Corporation Stop: Ford FB 1000-4-1" CI lid with Reader #36 O3 Service tubing: Type Kcopper - soft -1" 4Ford male adapter - C84-44-1" 5 Meter box valve: 5 = Ford Angle Stop - BA -43-444W -1" CUSTOMER 5A = Ford Straight Stop - B11 -444W -1" VALVE 9 8 6 3 4 CUSTOMER VALVE 2 1 3 8 V CITY OF COLLEGE STATION STRAIGHT OR ANGLE TAP - 1" CUSTOMER VALVE —it CITY OF COLLEGE STATION STRAIGHT OR ANGLE TAP - 2" 7-03 7-01 NOTES: 1. ALL CONNECTIONS TO BE COMPRESSION TYPE. 2. MATERIAL USED SHALL BE AS SPECIFIED OR AN APPROVED EQUAL. 3. ALL SERVICE WYES & EXTENSIONS ARE TO BE INSTALLED WITH THE MAIN LINE CONSTRUCTION. 4. EXISTING METER BOXES ARE TO BE REMOVED. THE NEW METER BOXES SHALL BE OLD CASTLE. METER NUT SIZE FORD PART NO. x 2.5" Long C38-23-2-5 3/4" x 3" Long C38-23-3 3/4" x 12" Long C38-23-12 1" x 2.625" Long C38-44-2-625 1" x 8.5" Long C38-44-8-5 1-1/2" Meter Nipple C38-66-2-875 1-1/2" Meter Bushing BBIM-66 2" Meter Nipple C38-77 2" Meter Bushing BBIM-77.00 NOTES: 0 Service saddle;',SS straps, CC threads Installed per manufacturer's 6 Swivel nut- C38-66-2-875 -1-1/2" recommendations. All main types: (j Brass all thread I.P.S.-1-1/2" Cambridge 800iseriesor Ford S70/S90 (8) Meter adapter - BBIM 66 -1-1/2" 2 Corporation Stop: Ford FB 1000-6-1-1/2" 9 Meter box and lid: Old Castle meter 3 Service tubing: (Type K copper - soft -1-1/2" box, Cl lid with Reader #65 4 Ford male adapter - C84-66.1-1/2" ® Ball valve O5 Meter box valve: 5 =Ford Angle Stop 5A =Ford Straight - FV -43-666W- 1-1/2" Stop - B11 -666W -1-1/2" CUSTOMER VALVE 9 8 1 3 0 4 5 6 CUSTOMER VALVE 3 10 9 8 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION STRAIGHT OR ANGLE TAP - 1-1/211 W7-02 M TER SWIVEL NUT OR NIPPLE BOX ANGLE STOP 1-1/2" BALL VALVE o O Z (FOR DOUBLE -� SERVICE ONLY) WATER ~O METER I ---- 4'MIN.------L VIEW A AZt 1 DOUBLESERVICE O 61 & 1-112" BALL' ( ONLY) OUBL CITY OF COLLEGE STATION WATER SERVICE RECONNECTIO ANGLESTOP WATER JI METER METER BOX METER SWIVEL 1 NUT OR NIPPLE A (2 FOR DOUBLE SERVICE) CE 1-1/2" X 1" BRASS WYE (1 FOR DOUBLE SERV.) 7-04 �n z C) cn w CITY OF BRYAN The Good Life, Texas ISITde.- DRAWN BY: C.L.M. DATE: 08-01-12 SCALE: N T S APPROVED: W. P. � FIGUREI• SHEET 2 OF 2 VICINHYPLAN Know what's b@IOW. Cal I before you dig. at Castle 9 ate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Castlegate Busl"ness Block I L Colle e Station, Brazos Count , Texas 9 Y O WIVER/DEVELOPER: Aggieland Express LLC 2012 Pinfeather Rd Bryan, TX 77801 ENGZNPER: 14 Engineering Firm # 9951 PO Box 5192 Bryan, Texas 77805 979-739-0567 Auaust 2014 Sheet List Table Number Sheet Titte . C1 p Notes C2 Site Plan C3 Pavement Plan C4 Erosion Lntrot and Sediment Plan C5 gand Traffic Control Plan C6 Utility, Plan L1 Landscape Plan Preliminary Plans Only Not for Construction This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn illlones, P.E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be used for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes. Released for Review J4E PROJECT No. 14-019 Erosion Control Notes: 1. Erosion control measures shown in these plans shall be considered the very minimum required. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to implement all other erosion control measures (diversion berms, drainage structures, swales, additional fencing, etc...) necessary to keep the existing improvements and developments from damage of any kind, during all phases of demolition and construction. 2. The site operator, or his representative established by a letter of delegation, shall make a visual inspection of all siltation controls and newly stabilized areas on a daily basis; especially after a rainfall to insure that all controls are maintained and properly functioning. Any damaged controls shall be repaired or replaced prior to the end of the work day, including re -seeding and mulching or re -sodding, if necessary. 3. All sediment trapping devices shall be installed as soon as practical after the area has been disturbed. All sediment trapping devices shall be cleaned when sediment level reaches 25% capacity. Sediment shall be disposed of by spreading on site or hauling away if not suitable for fill. 4. During construction, contractor shall maintain best management practice (bmp). Sediment fence. hay bale barriers, or other devices shall control all storm water leaving the site. 5. The contractor shall be responsible for establishing temporary erosion control measures as required for different phases of construction. Erosion control measures shown may need to be adjusted to handle increased or concentrated flows created by various stages of construction. 6. Phase II erosion control measure measures shall be implemented immediately after construction of their associated improvements. Inlet protection barriers shall be constructed with hay bales or silt fencing. Inlets located in pavements areas shall be protected with sand bags, replacing the hay bales or silt fencing once the pavement is in place. Erosion control measures shall be kept in place until upstream drainage areas are fully stabilized. 7. The contractor is responsible for removing sediment control devices after the site has been seeded and/ or sodded, and ground cover has taken root. 8. The contractor shall take all necessary measures to ensure that all disturbed areas are stabilized. Designated areas shall be block sodded and all other areas disturbed due to construction shall be hydro -mulched seeded. These stabilized areas shall be sodded or seeded, fertilized, and watered to establish a solid ground cover within 30 days of completion or if activities cease for 14 days. 9. When hydro -mulching is required, contractor shall keep mulch moist after installation and until area shows growth. 10. Erosion control measures shall be implemented prior to any excavation or demolition work. Sidewalk Construction 1. Sidewalks shall be doweled. into and tie to any concrete structure adjacent to sidewalk (driveway, inlet box, curb) #4 x 12" bars @ 18" O.C. 2. ADA ramps shall be constructed per the ambulatory ramp details on the pavement plan shown in these plans. All ramps shall have a detectable warning surface for the full length of the ramp. Paving Notes: 1. The pavement system shown was designed without the aid of a geotechnical investigation. Due to the plastic soils within this area, some differential movement may still occur due to seasonal soil moisture variations. 2. Sub -grade a. Existing trees, stumps, and large tree systems, shall be grubbed and removed. Vegetation shall be removed and the top 6 inches of top soil and sub -grade stripped from the areas to be 'covered by the proposed improvements. b. Paving areas shall be ,proof rolled with a 20 ton roller and, if required at the time of construction, the contractor shall stabilize weak areas by over excavation and backfilling. C. Materials excavated on site, excluding the top 6 inches, may be used as fill material, under pavement areas only, if the material is free from trash, lumps, clods, organic substance, & other foreign matter. d. Fill material shall be placed in eight inch maximum loose lifts, with each lift wetted or dried to a moisture content range of 0% to +3% of the optimum moisture content and compacted to a uniform density of 95% of the maximum dry density as determined by ASTM D698. e. Compaction test, for fill, shall be verified by in-place density test for each lift. One in-place density test shall be performed for every 4,000 SF with a minimum of 3 tests being performed, per lift. 4. Portland Cement Concrete a. All concrete, unless otherwise specified, shall have a minimum compressive strength of 3,500 psi at 28 days for pavement and 3,000 psi at 28days for non -pavement applications (ie. sidewalks, drainage flumes, and containment structures). b. All concrete shall be vibrated when placed and not raked a distance greater than 10 feet. C. Unless otherwise noted, joint spacing shall not exceed 15 feet in any direction to another joint or edge of pavement. Control joints shall be cut between 4 and 18 hours after placement of concrete and may be substituted with construction joints. If provided, the contractor shall follow the general intent of the joint plans shown. d. Expansion joints shall not exceed a maximum spacing of 45 feet and should not be placed through the middle of area inlets or junction boxes located in the pavement. All area inlets or junction boxes, located in pavement area, shall be installed with isolation joints between the structure and the pavement. e. All joints shall be sealed with Sonoborn Sonolastic SL -1, or an approved equal. f. Concrete shall not be placed if the air temperature is 50• F and falling or 95° F or higher. Concrete may be placed if the air temperature is 40° F and rising or less than 95• F. 5. Steel a. All reinforcing steel shall be deformed billed steel bar having a minimum yield strength of not less than 60 KSI conforming to ASTM A6115, Grade 60. b. All reinforcing steel shall be free from rust or other bond reducing agents. C. All splices in pavement and curbing steel shall be staggered and lapped 30 inches times the bar diameter or 12 inches, whichever is greater. d. Concrete coverage for the reinforcing steel shall comply with the ACI code, latest edition. The steel shall have a minimum 1 i/a inch clearance. Traffic Control Notes: 1. Contractor shall provide and install traffic control devices in conformance with part VI of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Texas MUTCD, most recent edition with revisions) during construction. 2. Lane closure will not be allowed unless approved by the TxDOT or COCS representative, as applicable. 3. The work shall be completed such that the roadway will be fully opened to traffic overnight. Overnight lane closures will not be permitted, unless otherwise approved by the applicable engineer. 4. Plastic drums shall be used for overnight delineation of off roadway work areas. Legend Line Types General Notes: Private Utility Notes: With 1. The contractor shall promptly notify the engineer of any discrepancies between 1. The contractor shall install the proposed private utility lines in accordance with With Out these plans and other drawings of differing disciplines & specifications. Top of Ground local codes, latest national plumbing code, and all applicable state and local laws, Sloped End Treatment Proposed Water Line, Size Noted Other private or public utilities shall be installed in accordance with the utility W 2. The contractor is specifically cautioned that the location and/or elevation of the w company's specifications. Should these drawings or specifications differ with other Bench Mark existing utilities as shown on these plans is based on records of the various utility Top of Inlet utility company's specifications, the stricter of the two shall apply. Proposed Water Service companies and, where possible, measurements taken in the field. The information is Top of Wall SY Square Yard not to be relied upon as being exact or complete. It is the contractor's 2. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to pay for and obtain all required S-8 responsibility to avoid all existing utilities and repair any damaged lines, at his own Man Hole permits and inspection approvals for all work shown. Proposed Sanitary Sewer Line, Size'' Noted expense, whether the utility is shown on these plans or not. The contractor shall S-8 _S On Center notify the appropriate utility company 48 hours prior to any excavation. The 3. The contractor shall coordinate all installations of service lines, conduits, meters, -S- contractor shall also notify the engineer if design changes need to be made in the S etc., with the appropriate utility company. Pounds per Square Inch field. Point of Inflection PVC S 3. Contractor to verify all underground utilities in the field prior to construction. Water Line Notes -Public & Private): RCP 4. It is the responsibility of the contractor to comply with all state and federal 1. All domestic water line pipe shall be constructed out of PVC (Sch 40). Public or - regulations regarding construction activities near energized over head power lines. Sch fire water line pipe shall be constructed out of C900 and public services shall be H Horizontal GAS copper. GAS 5. The contractor shall be responsible for the protection of all existing utilities or service lines that are crossed or exposed during construction operations. Where Storm Sewer Notes (Private): GAS existing utilities or service lines are cut, broken, or damaged, the contractor shall repair or replace the utilities or service line with the same type of material and 1. All 15 inch to 42 inch storm sewer pipe, shall be constructed out of reinforced Existing Underground Electrical Lin iII construction or better. This material and work shall be at the contractor's own concrete pipe (RCP), C443 ASTM C76, Class III except as noted. UE expense. UE Proposed Underground Electrical whe 2. All 6 inch to 12 inch storm sewer pipe, except as noted, shall be HDPE. SDR -35, 6. During the execution of the work, the contractor shall maintain the project site in Existing Aerial Electrical Line ASTM D-3034, PVC pipe may be used in place of HDPE pipe. an orderly and acceptable manner as far as practical. The contractor shall clean AE AE and remove from the project area all surplus and discarded materials, temporary 3. Contractor shall provide a minimum of 12 inch clearance at storm sewer and water structures, and debris of any kind and shall leave the project site in a neat and line crossings and a minimum of 6 inch clearance at storm sewer and sanitary Existing Underground Telephone orderly condition. All clean up will be done to the satisfaction of the engineer. sewer crossings. T 7. Contractor is responsible for OSHA established trench safety as described in the 4. Unless otherwise specified, the contractor shall install all storm sewer pipe in federal register 29 CFR Part 1926. a trench safety plan should be prepared and a accordance with the trench detail contained in these construction drawings. _295- "competent person" appointed prior to any and all excavating operations exceeding Existing Contour, Elevation Noted - 5' depth. The plan is to be prepared and sealed by a registered texas professional Demolition & Construction Notes: engineer and shall be submitted to the city of Bryan and consulting engineer prior 295 to any excavation on the project. 1. Demolition of existing structures and improvements shall include all work contained Existing Easement on these plans, but shall not be limited to the items specially identified. Any 8. A copy of the approved construction plans shall be kept on site at all times Silt Fence materials to be demolished or cleared shall be completely removed and disposed of. throughout the entire construction of the project. Contractor shall maintain a a This work will not only consist of above ground items, but underground elements as set of redline drawings, recording as -built conditions during construction. These well, including but not limited to: tree roots, foundation systems, old pipes, etc. redline marked up drawings will be submitted to the design consultant who will The contractor shall notify the engineer of any additional items that require make the changes on the original tracings, labeling each sheet in the set as "record demolition, not identified on these plans, prior to removal. n drawings". Existing Wire Fence 9. The contractor shall be responsible for safeguarding and protections all material and 2. It shall be the responsibility o t p y f he contractor ntractor to stage and sequence all demolition equipment stored on the jobsite. The contractor shall be responsible for the work with utility companies to provide minimal interruption and inconvenience of storage of materials in a safe and workmanlike manner to prevent injuries, during utility services. Proposed Board Fence and after working hours, until project completion. 3. Demolished surplus material shall be legally disposed of off-site. 10. Contractor to store materials at location(s) approved by & coordinated with the 4. All pavement edges, bounding the construction area & matching with new owner. Equipment is to be stored overnight at locations so as not to block streets construction, shall be neatly sw cut, unless gravel. Flexible pavement shall be saw -� or drives. Materials are to be protected from damage by the elements. cut a minimum of 24" beyond any proposed structures. 11. Contractor shall saw cut remove and replace concrete pavement, and curb & gutter 5. The contractor shall clear all right-of-ways and easements contained in these - as required to construct proposed improvements. construction drawings. 12. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to pay for and obtain all required 6. The contractor shall field verify and locate all existing utilities on site prior to permits and inspection approvals for all work shown. demolition. 13. Any adjacent property and right-of-way disturbed during construction will be 7. The contractor shall perform demolition activities as noted and shown on these returned to their existing condition or better. The contractor agrees to repair any plans and as directed by the owner/ developer. damage to the public right-of-way in accordance with the standards of the applicable regulatory agency. 8. It` shall be the responsibility of the contractor to obtain any permits and pay any fees required for demolition and disposal from the appropriate authorities. 14. All exposed dirt surfaces shall be seeded, hydro -mulched, or sodded. - 15. The contractor shall not create -a dirt nuisance or safety hazard in any street or 9. The contractor shall install all erosion and sediment control devices prior to commencing demolition driveway. the pavement be cleaned daily. work. - 16. Adequate drainage shall be maintained at all times during construction and any 10. The contractor is responsible for the protection of all utilities that are to remain in drainage - ditch or structure disturbed during construction shall be restored to place. existing' conditions or better. 11. The contractor shall take all precautions to avoid damage to any existing road -- surface. 17. The contractor "shall coordinate all fence removal and replacement with the Owner. 18. The contractor shall protect all monuments, iron pins, and property corners during 12. All existing items that are to remain in place which are damaged during construction shall be restored to original condition, or better, at the sole expense construction. of the contractor. 19. The contractor must provide construction staking from the information provided on 13. Should any existing utilities not shown or shown incorrectly on this plan be found the plans. on- site, the contractor shall contact the engineer immediately to discuss any General Utility Note (Private & Public): possible conflicts before proceeding with any work in that area. 14. An asbestos survey must be performed prior to the demolishing of any structures. 1. All excavation for underground utilities shall be made true to grade. Excavation The contractor shall adhere to the requirements set forth in the asbestos survey shall be made a minimum of six inches below the required grade and provide a and report. sand bed for the piping. Backfill over piping shall be made with earth or fill sand , free of debris, and shall be tamped by hand or mechanical means to the density Dimensional Control Notes: of the adjacent undisturbed earth or to 95% standard proctor density (ASTM D698), which ever is greater. All trenching and excavation shall be done in strict 1. The contractor may obtain an electronic copy of these plans for construction accordance with current OSHA requirements and all other applicable safety codes purposes. The electronic file and .information generated, by J4 Engineering (J4E), and standards. for this project is considered by J4E to be confidential. When issued, it's use is 2. Minimum bury or cover specified is to be measured from finish grades. Where intended solely for the individual or entity to which it is addressed. The material is intended utility line extend under pavement, the bury or cover shall be measured from the for use by the recipient named, only, and permission is not granted to the recipient for distribution of these documents in any form fashion. The bottom of the structure. or recipient understands that this data is authorized "as is" without any warranty as 3. Utility installations in non-structural areas shall be bedded and initial backfill to it performance, accuracy, freedom from error, or as to any results generated throughout its use. The recipient also understands that J4E, Q, consistent with non-structural requirements. In structural areas (i.e. under and agrees upon release of such data, is no longer responsible for their use or modification. The o I foundations, pavement, walks, etc.) the utility shall be bedded and initial backfill user and recipient of the electronic data accepts full responsibility and liability for with cement stabilized sand. Final backfill in these areas shall be compacted by any consequences arising out of their use. mechanical tamping to structural compaction requirements. :qk 2. All dimensions shown are to be used in conjunction with these plans for locating all 4. Regardless of elevations shown for manhole rims, clean-out covers, or grates, these improvements and shall be field verified by the contractor for workability prior to o items shall be placed flush with the pavement elevations and slopes. Manholes and construction of improvements. a clean -outs not in pavement areas shall be set 3 inches above the finish grade. 5. Contractor shall uncover existing utilities at all "points of interest" to determine if 3. Unless otherwise shown, all dimensioning is to the back of curb or edge of pavement, which ever is applicable. conflicts exist before commencing and construction. Notify the engineer at once of any conflict. Grading Notes: 6. The contractor shall coordinate all utility installation so that grade critical elements 1. All unpaved areas shall be adequately graded to drain at a minimum of 1.00% slope, (i.e. storm drain, sanitary sewer, etc.) do not conflict with non -grade critical unless otherwise noted, so that no ponding occurs. elements (i.e. electrical conduit, water services, etc.). v 2. Unless otherwise specified, unpaved areas shall drain away from buildings so that 7. The contractor shall furnish all materials, equipment, and labor for excavation, the perimeter curb is a minimum 6" lower than the finished floor. U) boring, installation, and backfilling of utility lines and relates appurtenances, as 3 shone on the plans. 3. Finish grade adjacent to curbing or sidewalk shall be Y2" below the top of concrete ° 8. The loading and unloading of all pipe and other accessories shall be in accordance and 2" below in landscaping areas. awith the manufacturer's recommended practices and shall, at all times, be 4. When top of curb elevations are shown, the curb height is 6" unless otherwise CL performed with care to avoid any damage to the material. The contractor shall specified. w locate and provide the necessary storage areas for materials and equipment. a� 5. The contractor shall follow the general intent of the grading plans. Minor CA 9. Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating all connections to public systems adjustments to the actual elevations shown on the grading plan may be required to a and installations with regulatory inspector. match existing ground elevations and structures. .q. 10. This project shall be built by means of open cut except as noted on the drawings. 6. Adequate drainage shall be maintained at all times during construction and any o Contractor to determine the locations of bore pits in the field subject to the drainage ditch or structure disturbed during construction shall be restored to Iinspector's approval. existing conditions or better. - 11. Structural backfill will be required for all excavation within 5 feet of public roadway 7. The approval of these plans is not an authorization to grade adjacent properties. pavements or walks. When field conditions warrant off-site grading, permission must be obtained from the affected property owner(s). Any adjacent property and right-of-way disturbed during construction will be returned to there existing conditions or better. c a� c •o, C W Erosion Control Notes: 1. Erosion control measures shown in these plans shall be considered the very minimum required. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to implement all other erosion control measures (diversion berms, drainage structures, swales, additional fencing, etc...) necessary to keep the existing improvements and developments from damage of any kind, during all phases of demolition and construction. 2. The site operator, or his representative established by a letter of delegation, shall make a visual inspection of all siltation controls and newly stabilized areas on a daily basis; especially after a rainfall to insure that all controls are maintained and properly functioning. Any damaged controls shall be repaired or replaced prior to the end of the work day, including re -seeding and mulching or re -sodding, if necessary. 3. All sediment trapping devices shall be installed as soon as practical after the area has been disturbed. All sediment trapping devices shall be cleaned when sediment level reaches 25% capacity. Sediment shall be disposed of by spreading on site or hauling away if not suitable for fill. 4. During construction, contractor shall maintain best management practice (bmp). Sediment fence. hay bale barriers, or other devices shall control all storm water leaving the site. 5. The contractor shall be responsible for establishing temporary erosion control measures as required for different phases of construction. Erosion control measures shown may need to be adjusted to handle increased or concentrated flows created by various stages of construction. 6. Phase II erosion control measure measures shall be implemented immediately after construction of their associated improvements. Inlet protection barriers shall be constructed with hay bales or silt fencing. Inlets located in pavements areas shall be protected with sand bags, replacing the hay bales or silt fencing once the pavement is in place. Erosion control measures shall be kept in place until upstream drainage areas are fully stabilized. 7. The contractor is responsible for removing sediment control devices after the site has been seeded and/ or sodded, and ground cover has taken root. 8. The contractor shall take all necessary measures to ensure that all disturbed areas are stabilized. Designated areas shall be block sodded and all other areas disturbed due to construction shall be hydro -mulched seeded. These stabilized areas shall be sodded or seeded, fertilized, and watered to establish a solid ground cover within 30 days of completion or if activities cease for 14 days. 9. When hydro -mulching is required, contractor shall keep mulch moist after installation and until area shows growth. 10. Erosion control measures shall be implemented prior to any excavation or demolition work. Sidewalk Construction 1. Sidewalks shall be doweled. into and tie to any concrete structure adjacent to sidewalk (driveway, inlet box, curb) #4 x 12" bars @ 18" O.C. 2. ADA ramps shall be constructed per the ambulatory ramp details on the pavement plan shown in these plans. All ramps shall have a detectable warning surface for the full length of the ramp. Paving Notes: 1. The pavement system shown was designed without the aid of a geotechnical investigation. Due to the plastic soils within this area, some differential movement may still occur due to seasonal soil moisture variations. 2. Sub -grade a. Existing trees, stumps, and large tree systems, shall be grubbed and removed. Vegetation shall be removed and the top 6 inches of top soil and sub -grade stripped from the areas to be 'covered by the proposed improvements. b. Paving areas shall be ,proof rolled with a 20 ton roller and, if required at the time of construction, the contractor shall stabilize weak areas by over excavation and backfilling. C. Materials excavated on site, excluding the top 6 inches, may be used as fill material, under pavement areas only, if the material is free from trash, lumps, clods, organic substance, & other foreign matter. d. Fill material shall be placed in eight inch maximum loose lifts, with each lift wetted or dried to a moisture content range of 0% to +3% of the optimum moisture content and compacted to a uniform density of 95% of the maximum dry density as determined by ASTM D698. e. Compaction test, for fill, shall be verified by in-place density test for each lift. One in-place density test shall be performed for every 4,000 SF with a minimum of 3 tests being performed, per lift. 4. Portland Cement Concrete a. All concrete, unless otherwise specified, shall have a minimum compressive strength of 3,500 psi at 28 days for pavement and 3,000 psi at 28days for non -pavement applications (ie. sidewalks, drainage flumes, and containment structures). b. All concrete shall be vibrated when placed and not raked a distance greater than 10 feet. C. Unless otherwise noted, joint spacing shall not exceed 15 feet in any direction to another joint or edge of pavement. Control joints shall be cut between 4 and 18 hours after placement of concrete and may be substituted with construction joints. If provided, the contractor shall follow the general intent of the joint plans shown. d. Expansion joints shall not exceed a maximum spacing of 45 feet and should not be placed through the middle of area inlets or junction boxes located in the pavement. All area inlets or junction boxes, located in pavement area, shall be installed with isolation joints between the structure and the pavement. e. All joints shall be sealed with Sonoborn Sonolastic SL -1, or an approved equal. f. Concrete shall not be placed if the air temperature is 50• F and falling or 95° F or higher. Concrete may be placed if the air temperature is 40° F and rising or less than 95• F. 5. Steel a. All reinforcing steel shall be deformed billed steel bar having a minimum yield strength of not less than 60 KSI conforming to ASTM A6115, Grade 60. b. All reinforcing steel shall be free from rust or other bond reducing agents. C. All splices in pavement and curbing steel shall be staggered and lapped 30 inches times the bar diameter or 12 inches, whichever is greater. d. Concrete coverage for the reinforcing steel shall comply with the ACI code, latest edition. The steel shall have a minimum 1 i/a inch clearance. Traffic Control Notes: 1. Contractor shall provide and install traffic control devices in conformance with part VI of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Texas MUTCD, most recent edition with revisions) during construction. 2. Lane closure will not be allowed unless approved by the TxDOT or COCS representative, as applicable. 3. The work shall be completed such that the roadway will be fully opened to traffic overnight. Overnight lane closures will not be permitted, unless otherwise approved by the applicable engineer. 4. Plastic drums shall be used for overnight delineation of off roadway work areas. Legend Line Types Top of Pavement W/ With W-8 Top of Curb Existing Water, Line, Size Noted With Out TG Top of Ground W-8 Sloped End Treatment Proposed Water Line, Size Noted W TW w Existing Water, Service Bench Mark -W Top of Inlet TBM Proposed Water Service -W- Top of Wall SY Square Yard FL Existing Sanitary Sewer Line, Size Noted LF S-8 MH Man Hole CO Proposed Sanitary Sewer Line, Size'' Noted Min S-8 _S On Center Max Existing Sanitary Sewer Service O.C.E.W. -S- N.T.S. S PSI Pounds per Square Inch Proposed Sanitary Sewer Service Point of Inflection PVC S - Point of Tangency RCP - Existing Storm Sewer Piping PC Point of Curvature - Pavement Sch - Proposed Storm Sewer Piping H Horizontal GAS Right of Way GAS Existing Natural Gas Line GAS GAS Proposed Natural Gas Line UE UE Existing Underground Electrical Lin iII I UE UE Proposed Underground Electrical whe AE AE Existing Aerial Electrical Line AE AE Proposed Aerial Electrical Line T T Existing Underground Telephone T T Proposed Underground Telephone - _295- Existing Contour, Elevation Noted - Proposed Contour, Elevation Noted 295 Existing Easement SILT Silt Fence SILT Existing Chain Link Fence �-- r, Proposed Chain Link Fence n n xxx Existing Wire Fence xxx Existing Board Fence Proposed Board Fence Symbols • Hydrant ix Storm Grate Inlet Water Valve ® S.E.T. Water Sewer Manhole SS Manhole wM Water Meter Sewer Clean -Out Phone Mail Pedestal ® Box Sign Power X� Pole Abbreviations TP Top of Pavement W/ With TC Top of Curb W/OUT With Out TG Top of Ground S.E.T. Sloped End Treatment TW Top of Walk BM Bench Mark TI Top of Inlet TBM Temporary Bench Mark TR Top of Wall SY Square Yard FL Flow Line LF Linear Foot MH Man Hole CO Clean Out Min Minimum O.C. On Center Max Maximum O.C.E.W. On Center Each Way N.T.S. Not to Scale PSI Pounds per Square Inch PI Point of Inflection PVC Polyvinyl Chloride PT Point of Tangency RCP Reinforced Concrete Pipe PC Point of Curvature PVMT Pavement Sch Schedule H Horizontal R.O.W. Right of Way V Vertical Gas Com-Danv Notes: 1. At all underground gas utility crossings, the contractor shall give the approl utility company a minimum of 72 hours notice so that their field represen may be present. 2. Eighteen (18) inch clearance shall be maintained between the proposed utilit3 the existing underground gas line. this clearance shall be measured form of of pipe to outside of pipe, or sleeving, whichever is more conservative. 3. For excavation near the underground gas line(s), the contractor shall cove remove, the bucket teeth of the excavator. The final thirty-six (36) is surrounding the gas line shall be excavated by hand digging. to and ,or Notes Genera]Notes p s t 11 o 1. It is the intent of theselan comply with all City of College Station guidelines, details, and specifications. Preliminary Plans Only Not for Construction, This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jones, P.E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be used for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes. Released for Review. No. Revision/Issue Date Firm Name and Address: Ingineeiiing PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www.J4Engmeermg.co: Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggleland Express Carwas'h at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision-1,254AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas I� Date: I sheet: Aug 2014 Scale. I C-1 As Noted Vicinity Map Construction Notes: S� building plot for the purposes of landscaping, NRA, and signage. 1 Car Wash Stall ` Utility Demand: Water Demand (Manufacturer's Product Data) Average: 36.45 gpm 1. Contractor is to verify the exact location and 2" domestic water meter y (® 90% of vertical positioning of existing utilities and Average 32.8 gpm Maximum service lines within the project area, whether ground field evidence. Shown y as -built conditions. shown on plans or not, at least 48 hrs. prior to for verifying the exact location of 3'1 g 6' whether shown on the se Tans or P any construction. Contractor is responsible for companies 48 0 hours in advance of N.T.S. 5. Contractor is responsible for field any damage done to existing facilities. Call grades prior to any construction and reporting any inconsistencies to the Owner. 1-800-dig-tess. accordance with the current rr nt BCS Standard Specifications, p s, Details, 2. All radii and distances are measured to the back unless otherwise noted. 7. The contractor shall be responsible for the containment and proper of curb unless otherwise noted. waste associated with the project Q 3. All site work is to be done in conformance with 8. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, details, and the Bryan/College Station 2012 Standard 9. See Sheet- Cr - - General -_Notes. \Gr Jed Waltemathe Specifications for Water & Sewer and the City of Bryan, TX 77801 j Q' i College Station Standard Specifications for Streets Preliminary -Plans Only O This document is released for the purpose of &Drainage. 6((\ PROJECT 111 for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes. Released for Review LOCATION 4. All utility lines (water, gas, sanitary sewer, g.t.e., storm sewer, etc.) shown are taken from best available record information based on No. Revision/Issue construction utility map documents obtained by from city & independent agencies and/or above ground field evidence. Shown positions may not represent as -built conditions. 5. Electrical conduit for parking lot lighting will be shown on the electrical siteP lan. 6 Exterior buildingand site lighting will meet the g g standards of Section 7.11 of the College Station Unified Development Ordinance. The light source P g Specific Notes: Site Sp shall not project below an opaque housin Pg and j no fixture shall directly project g ro'ect li ht horizontally. Fixtures will be mounted in such a y x 11 n manner that the .projected cone of light does not 1. The owner & developer of the property is Jed cross any property line. Waltemathe. The subject property is Lot 1R A, Block 1 of the Castlegate Business Center, and is 7. The parking lot is 6" depth concrete pavement to zoned GC, General Commercial. meet or exceed ti on d minimum City of College Station Requirements. 2. Proposedosed building is a partial two-story Type II -B without sprinklers. The building is a total of 8. Landscaping De & s' ed on p g sign Analysis will be proved 3,635 SF with height of 27'-4" and FF=294.54 the Landscape Plan. 3. Fire flow hydrant demand i 1,500 gpm. The 9. The back of curb radius is shown on the existing hydrants will provide a fire flow for Pavement Plan. this development. 10. The bearing system shown hereon is based on 4. A portion of this lot is within the 100 -yr grid north as established from GPS observation. floodplain according to the DFIRM for Brazos County, Texas and Incorporated Areas, Map No. 11. Building setback lines shall be in accordance 48041CO325E, effective May 16, 2012. with the City of College Station UDO. 5. The stormwater runoff from this development will 14. All roof and ground -mounted mechanical be controlled by the existing drainage structure equipment shall be screened from view or and detention pond, as shown and designed isolated so as not to be visible from any public within the Tower Point LOMR, Case No right-of-way or residential district within 150' of 10-06-0675P, by Walter P. Moore. This site meets the subject lot, measured from a point 5 feet the impervious cover and flow assumptions used above grade. Such screening shall be in the report analysis. coordinated with the buildingarchitecture and scale to maintain a unified appearance 6. Grading and drainage information will be provided on the Grading Plan. 15. Proposed signs shall be permitted separately in accordance with the City of College Station UDO. 7. The developed area for this- project is 0.966 acres (42,091 SF). 16. The irrigation system ~must be ap^roved and installed prior to C.O. 8. Traffic impact analysis is not required. 17. A "Knox Box" security system is required on all 9. Solid waste pickup will be provided by the - buildings. collection truck entering the parking lot from Greens Prairie Drive and collecting waste from two 8 CY containers within the existing enclosed dumpster Parking Analysis: area. 10. Lot 1R -A and Lot 1R -B, Block 1 of the Castlegate Business Center Subdivision are considered a Proposed Improvements• building plot for the purposes of landscaping, NRA, and signage. 1 Car Wash Stall ` Utility Demand: Water Demand (Manufacturer's Product Data) Average: 36.45 gpm Maximum (peak): 145.8 gpm 2" domestic water meter Sanitary w ani ry Se er Demand (® 90% of Total Water Demand) Average 32.8 gpm Maximum (peak) 131.2 gpm 6" sanitary sewer line 24" 14 Vacuum Bays New Required Parking: �}V� 4... 4 per Car Wash Stall, Automatic 14... 1 per Vacuum Bay (� 18... Total Required New Provided Parking: 4... Car Wash Stall Queue Spaces 14... Vacuum Bay Parking 18,.... Total Provided �/ " 6" 15" 4R ' 3,> �4„R 5„ 12" 333 4'f 0 0 2 3, 3„ 3" 2" " � i o #4 Bars -� 3 /4 1-■- 4 x 18" Smooth -'_1- 1"- 3 " Expansion Dowels Drivewav Raised Curb Detail 35" 24"� Bike Rack Detail N.T.S N.T.S. CONTROL POINT: 1 2" IRON ROD FOUND i �� '�• I I _ _ -� / Elev = 293.19 _ _ APPROXIMATE LOCATION - -- \ _ , I I I � � -1 � OF FLOODPLAIN _ _ _ -'- - N:10187636.67 I II �� �` - - _ __ N/F E.3576197.63 I \ \ J - COLLEGE STATION ISD I -- _ CASTLEGATE BUSINESS CENTER 0 30 80 PRIVATE DRAINAGE BLOCK 1, LOT 2 17.02 ACRES \ 20' R.O.W. EASEMENT, 5793/187 87 EASEMENT, I� \ ~ _ - ZONED IIU�j� I ` 20' PU EASEMENT, 5793 187 II i i I I SEE SHEET LI \• \�)S. \ a C p ~ �\ \ ��' I PROPOSED I I FOR LANDSCAPING II ELECTRICAL M - = - `56,90 \\ �. 1 SERVICE - - - - - - - - - ` \ \\ �e \ 7 P.U.E. &PUBLIC I I PROPOSED BUILDING. - ACCESS EASEMENT, PARTIAL FWD -STORY 11805/182 i I '� / \ 0 .�' + • -3635 F • "?� • , .. ' .° • 'a • ,. \ \ `�•' `'� • :: ' r 4` ; • a.d \ PROPOSED d• < g .\•, TOLL BOOTH \ \ 1 a 1 � t J _ \ �I , a 1 I 4 � i 360. SF _ 1 d . I IIA . d .. L •d P i 1 .•d d. r' 0 . 1' I \ I PROPOSED 6 1 e Y•* tr'A / I , S SIDEWALK W c� d: a i SA P i 'v w 1� :. •`,G� • � 20 PUBLIC UT/CITY ! ! • Y PR PO •, • . 1 1 CURB &GUTTER � .�` •,•d'° � � a.• PROPOSED 6 0 SED . ,. •. PROPOSED eVACUUM .: ' • �� 11 �.: \ EASEMENT, 579311871\! / CONCRETE PVMT ' . BOLLARD (TYP) °; :. CANOPY TYP • d. , .: • . , d h / I I I I Q <> >....i, BIKE RACKS I 4i PROPOSED 14 =' ":°•. ` t �' / 2 EACH VACUUM STALL TYP �• �� • : I i ! I.y• Y'a as '-i - \. '! h 'y. •.,;.... �' a..� `'- 5 .. PROPOSED I 1 1, + _ SEWER SERVIC / I S .a E / 1 h _ d, l i a v ! "I. V d •i I _ 500 SF o a \ � .�-` q � '-=---' •�___.-------' =Na'. •' i' --- \ � � ' 1 =' f I I '••. gwM• 8: ... g\ EXISTING SANITARY 1 ( 7.5' SIDE SETBACK o. .�-A . OLE / 20' P. U.E. •, �;. ' SEWER MANN 1 I, PROJECT BENCHMARK. 1 ti 12031/165 TOP BOLT STREETLIGHT j ' PROPOSED 5' "' EXISTING DRIVEWAY _ M �. SIDEWALK ,� - „ _ � / / .. / / • � Elev = 294.56 _ -. _ PROPOSED 2 PROPOSED 1 EXISTING 8„ i 93 WATER SERV/CE IRRIGATION METER WATER MAIN l / -`-�- N:10187776 _ E:3576404.68 / 24' CROSs ACCESS A I / EXISTING EASEMENT, 12031/165 �0.t�e5 q y AER/AL ELECTRICAL 10 GTE I _ _ lAlp �' f EASEMENT, I CVM 745/838 20 CITY OF Q BRYAN EASEMENT S) 1 1 1697/167 \ a T b I? 1 / / / % �; `�` '��' 0 co I I � NASIR VEERANI �r 0� � ` /j i �!� OA� �O I W / CASTLEGATE BUSINESS CENTER j / Q i LI d BLOCK 1, LOT 1 R -B w / / `�; / / 24 CROSS ACCESS 2.601 AGRES EASEMENT, 12031/165 ZONED GC 5' GTE EASEMENT, ` % co / ! c' \ m 11 EXISTING DUMPSTER 7715 �7% • I ENCLOSURE W/ TWO 8-CY RECEPTACLES RE NE l` fkY'- NOTICE! The contractor is specifically lautioned that the location and/or elevation of the existing - I -6 20' SEMINOLE utilities as shown on these plans is based on PIPELINE EASEMENT FlR� 19N records of the various utility companies and, ' - _ FlRE LANE - - F'RE ! E I / where possible, measurements taken in the 1 EXIST/NG 1022/807 & 510/444 ,E SNE FlKt ,n field. The information is not to be relied HYDRANT 4 \ i X/ (b upon as being exact or compl 'te. It is the EXISTING 3d ` HYDRANT 3N contractors responsibility to avoid all existing -3 I I \ �% utilities and repair any damaged lines, at his II III Nva 38 -- ` j �r I !I own expense, whether the utility is shown on these plans or not. The contractor shall notify the appropriate utility company 48 hours prior to any excavation. Contact Information: Texas One Call: 800-245-4545 Lone Star One Call: 800,-669-8344 Texas Excavation Safety 8001-344-8377 System (Digtess) College Station Utilities 9791-764-3638 l 21-5865 Atmos Energy n Texas Utilities 979:979-:-774-25061 ' DEMO EXIST/NG I I III I I Verizon 9797821-4300 SIDEWALK I Suddenlink 979-846-2229 AND RAMP/ I I DI ` I / (f9 SY) ,. ' I I v� D Fill w/ Concrete I I I I & Round Off Top � I w/ Grout Plug Q •;• . , ,, �I, II I I •;;• Approximate Location ' r I (Grind S Pipeo g of Floodplain _ N 71° 40' 14" E I ... 8 Sch 40 Steel �' II I I 44„ (G month All Rough \ 66.85' Areas and Edges) N 14° 10' 48" W a;. „ 10534' \ • �I. H I I I 1/4 W.D. Fitch Parkway :. p 4 S 36 38' 24" E DEMO EXISTING I Slope To of 93.01'State Hwy 40 CONCRETE DRIVEWAY Finish Grade N 22° 28' 37" W b\\ ( ) SY) I 104.34' /� S 47° 24' 38\E Variable Width ROW 101.042u' PUE ' f' I vl (5793/187) 20' PUE (12031/165) Concrete 80' Private Drainage Lot 1R- \- A " .d: �t Easement, 5793 187 Block 1 20' ROW 510 DEMO EXISTING �•;.'.%r--- � � I I I 42 •..::,: ,, ,•. Encasement / / � ( /451) SIDEWALK 24' Cross -Access 20' Seminole I AND RAMP N 26° �17! 50" E { Easement (12031/165) Pipeline (510/444) r (f9 SY) Note: 209.16' 7' PUE & 10' GTE (745/838) S 43° 11' 15" E I I I r. .• Public Access 180.09' 20' PUE (5793/187) 1. All steel must be completely Easement 20' COB (1697/L67) / painted after installation with _ zinc -rich rust inhibitive paint. (Traffic Yellow). - / I I I 6 18 1S I I I I Chord: S 50° 32' 00" W 1S' 2• Final quantity & location Of L=193.29' R=894.34' ;_ Greens Prairie Road 2-M _ 8-M all bollards shall be per plans. Delta: 12° 22' 59" S 42°13.7722 W - (Variablen Width ROW) Demolition Detail Scale = 1:20 Typical Bollard Detail N.T.S. Property Description Detail N.T.S. • site Plan General Notes: I. The topography shown is frolm field survey data. 2. Refer to Final Plat for all I dimensions and bearings. 3. All utilities shown are taken from the best available information based on construction utility documents obtained by J4 Engineering from City and Independent agencies and/or above ground field evidence. Shown positions may not represent as -built conditions. 4. The contractor shall be responsible for verifying the exact location of 3'1 g all existing underground utilities, whether shown on the se Tans or P not. Notification of the utility companies 48 0 hours in advance of construction is required. 5. Contractor is responsible for field verifying existing and proposed grades prior to any construction and reporting any inconsistencies to the Owner. 6. All construction shall be in accordance with the current rr nt BCS Standard Specifications, p s, Details, and Design Guidelines for Water, Sewer, Streets, and Drainage, unless otherwise noted. 7. The contractor shall be responsible for the containment and proper disposal of all liquid and solid waste associated with the project and shall use all means necessary to prevent the occurrence of wind blown litter. 8. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, details, and specifications. 9. See Sheet- Cr - - General -_Notes. Property Owner/ Applicant: Jed Waltemathe 2012 Finfeather Rd Bryan, TX 77801 j i Preliminary -Plans Only Not for Construction This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jones, P.E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be used for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes. Released for Review No. Revision/Issue Date ' Firm Name and Address: ` FIT, k' PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www.J4Engineer*mg.com Firm# 9951 \ i Project Name and Address: Aggleland Express Carwash at Castlegate Plaza I 790 William D. 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Potential pollutants and sources – Sediment from excavations and equipment movements around the site. Schedule of Events: 1. Install silt fencing. 2. Install stabilized construction exit. 3. Clear and grubb. 4. Install utilities and drainage structures. 5. Apply pavement. 6. Complete grading and install permanent seeding. 7. When all construction activity is completed the site is stabilized. Remove silt fence and re–seed any area disturbed during construction and assure a healthy ground cover. Areas of Disturbance: During the construction of the pavement, drainage, and utility improvements the area that will be disturbed includes the street right–of–ways and the water and sanitary sewer connections to existing lines. Structural Controls: Temporary stabilization N areas where construction activity temporarily ceases for at least 21 days will be stabilized with temporary seed no later than 14 days from the last construction activity in that area all proposed fill material will be seeded. Silt fence and/or hay bales will be installed at all outfalls, areas where water runs off the site; inlets under construction will have silt fencing or hay bales placed around the perimeter of the inlet all constructed inlets will have sandbags placed in front of the throat to collect sediment but allow flow of water into the inlet. There is one livestock pond present at this site that will be incorporated into the regional detention pond. Storm Water Management: Storm water drainage will be controlled by drainage ditches and a detention pond for the developed area. All areas affected by construction will be fine graded and have permanent seeding. The remainder of the area will remain in its natural state. Offsite vehicle trackine: A stabilized construction entrance will be provided to help reduce vehicle tracking of sediments. The paved street adjacent to the site entrance will be swept to remove any excess mud, dirt, or rock tracked from the site. Dump trucks hauling material from the construction site will be covered with a tarpaulin. Certification of Compliance with State and Local Regulations: This storm water pollution prevention plan reflects the city's requirements for storm water management, erosion, and sediment control. To ensure compliance, this plan was prepared in acccordance with the cities drainage policy. There are no other applicable state or federal requirements for sediment and erosion site plans (or permits) or storm water management site plans (or permits). Maintenance /Inspection Procedures: These are the inspection and maintenance practices that will be used to maintain erosion and sediment controls: • All control measures will be inspected at least once every 14 days and following any storm event of 0.5 inches or greater. • All measures will be maintained in good working order; if a repair is necessary if will be initiated within 24 hours of the report. • Built up sediment will be removed from silt fence when it has reached one–half the height of the fence. • Silt fence will be inspected for depth of sediment, tears, to see if the fabric is securely attached to the fence posts, and to see that the fence posts are firmly in the ground. • Temporary and permanent seeding and planting will be inspected for bare spots, washouts, and healthy growth. • A maintenance inspection report will be made after each inspection. The inspection report form will be prepared by the site superintendent and filed for record. • A site superintendent will be responsible for inspections, maintenance and repair activities, and filling out the inspection and maintenance report. Non–Storm Water Discharges: It is expected that the following non–storm water discharges will occur from the site during the construction period: • Water from water line flushing Site Description: Project name and location: Aggieland Express Carwash 790 William D. Fitch Pkwy College Station, Brazos County, Texas Owner and Developer: Jed Waltemathe 2012 Finfeather Rd Bryan, TX 77801 The site is not located on Indian lands. Latitude: 30. 33' 7.2" Longitude: 96° 16' 1.5" MS4 operator name: City of College Station, Texas Receiving water body: Spring Creek Estimated area to be disturbed: 0.97 acres The storm water pollution prevention plan shall be in compliance with state and local. sediment and erosion plans. Operator Requirements: The operator shall submit a NOI to TCEQ and a copy to the operator and post a copy at the construction site in a location where it is readily available for viewing prior to commencing construction activities, and maintain the notice in that location until completion of the construction activity. The operator shall provide a copy of the NOI to the operator of the municipal separate storm sewer system receiving the discharge, at least two (2) days prior to commencing construction activities. The operator shall submit a NOT to TCEQ and a copy to the operator of the municipal storm sewer system once the final stabilization has been achieved and the temporary erosion controls have been removed. Controls must be developed to limit, to the extent practicable, offsite transport of litter, construction debris and construction materials. Operator Inspection Requirements: The following records must be maintained and either attached to or referenced in the storm water plan: • The dates when major grading activities occur. • The dates when construction activities temporarily or permanently cease on a portion of the site. • The dates when stabilization measures are initiated. A report summarizing the scope of the inspection, names and qualifications of personnel making the inspection, the dates of the inspection, and major observations must be made and retained with the storm water plan. Major observations should include: • The locations of discharges of sediment or other pollutants form the site; • Locations of BMP's that failed to operate as designed or proved inadequate for a particular location; and • Locations where additional BMP's are needed. Operator's Record Keepini: The permittee must retain the following records for a minimum of 3 years from the date that a NOT is submitted: • A copy of the storm water plan and • All reports and actions required by this permit, including a copy of the construction site notice all data used to complete the NOI. Metal T—Post - As Req'd. to Maintain Spaced 6' Apart Silt Fence and/or Hay Bales to be Used in Areas of Drainage Flow Natural Ground - 4"X4" Min. Trench 6" Min. Depth Stone (ASTM D448, 3" to 5" Diameter) Over Geotextile Fabric With Same Square Footage 50 _/ -`` --_ -- �- �,.�_ \f 8 2"X4" Wire Mesh --_ _ =M / Fastened to T—Post Sediment Control Fabric i' Fastened Securely to I / I / I' T—Post & Wire Mesh 8" of Filter Fabric to Extend , / I I "' I / ' co Into a Trench and be Anchored with Compacted Back Fill Allow 2.5' to 5' at Toe of \J I I / \ \ Slope for Sediment to I I I J Cb Accumulate. Align Fence coI \ ; / Along Slope Contours. 4' of Flo I / Dir eCtion • . U / ci I t �/ / / / / // / / Cb Silt Fence '� CbJ N.T.S Minimum 12' Shall Be Full Width of Site Entrance Geotextile Bags --� I–�-18 ' Min Plastic 1 1 1[� Varies Liner 1) Il TO 100 7 5p Existing Crushed Rock Rumble, Oui Subgrade Elevation View Waste Material or Compacted Waste Subgrade Existing Street —� 6" MIN. Geotextile Fabric Subgrade Note: Dress With Additional Stone As Needed. Stone Is To Be Maintained So As To Prevent Construction Traffic From Tracking Mud Onto Adjacent Public Streets. Construction Exit Detail N.T.S n LJ 18" Min — Geotextile Bags Filled , with Sand or Gravel to Anchor Plastic Liner 4110 40 411111110 4W 4W 40 Plan View 8'x8' Bottom Pit Area (Min) Expand as Needed Concrete Washout 4�7- N.T.S Note: Temporary devices around storm drains are used to detain and/or filter sediment–laden runoff. The protection allows sediment to settle prior to discharge into a storm drain inlet or catch basin. Sand bags shall be UV resistant and must not degrade due to atmospheric conditions. Sand jbags shall be replaced upon first sign of deterioration. Sand bags shall be installed & monitored throughout the project upon installation of an inlet. Storm Drain Inlet Protection N.T.S i -Erosion and Sediment Control Plan General Notes: 1. The topography shown is from field survey data. 2. Assure positive drainage across project site to the storm water structures. 3. All site work to be done in conformance with the BCS Unified Standards Specifications, unless otherwise stated in these plans. 4. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, 8c details. 5. See Sheet C1 — General Notes. /p0I 46�1Tr6� /�le¢SNrCS �e 644&& F%� Aill yy % em lr YAiH III Preliminary Plans Only Not for Construction:: This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jones, P. E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be used for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes. Released for Review No. Revision/Issue Date I Firm Name and Address: Inginee[ing PO Box 5192 -Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www.J4Engineermg.co. Firm #.9951 Project Name and Address: Aggleland Express Can at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision—1.254AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas Date: sheet: Aug2014 Scale: C4 As Noted Grading Notes: 1. Fill material used to achieve grade in areas to receive pavement or within the street right-of-way shall be compacted to at least 98% of the maximum dry density as determined by the standard proctor test, (ASTM D698), at a moisture content from optimum moisture content to 4% above the optimum moisture content. Areas outside of the street right-of-way shall be compacted to 95% of the maximum dry density. 2. The subgrade beneath the concrete sidewalks shall be compacted and "proof -rolled". Any weak or soft areas identified by the "proof -rolling" shall be removed and replaced. 3. ADA ramp slopes shall not exceed 1v:12h. 4. Tthe topography shown is from field survey data. 5. Structural backfill for utility or storm drain trenches is required whenever the trench is within 5' of pavement or sidewalk. 6. The contractor shall follow the general intent of the grading plans. minor adjustments to the actual elevations shown on the grading plan may be required to match existing ground elevations and structures. the proposed contour lines shown are approximate only, the design grade spot elevations should be used for construction of the site work. 7. Refer to pavement plan for pavement construction details and notes. 8. The contractor shall salvage all topsoil and replace it on all disturbed areas. all parking lot islands and areas adjacent to parking and sidewalk areas shall receive 6" sandy loam topsoil prior to placement of grass sod or hydromulch. 9. The contractor shall field verify and locate all existing utilities on site prior to demolition. 10. The contractor shall install all erosion and sediment control devices, as shown, prior to commencing demolition work. 11. Should any existing utilities not shown or shown incorrectly on this plan' be found on site, the contractor shall contact the design engineer immediately to discuss any possible conflicts before proceeding with any work in that area. 12. See Sheet Cl General Notes N W - �h I I Z X20 10 0 20 CONTROL POINT: 1/2„ IRON ROD FOUND Elev = 293.19 N:10187636.67 E:3576197.63 III � _ - 4 I 11 I I S S l 294.50, TC/TP M-2� 294.50, TC 294.50, NGS � � � \ •� \\ ,\ \ \ I I III I 294. 00, TP E \ 294.00 TP d z' 4. Tc °1 �,° \` / 294.50, TC/TP ° a. 8 $ 294.50, - 4 ,• .. \ \ / VV ° . ,S .. . µ . 295 36, TC, III II S ° I a TRANSIRONAL \ \ \ \ \ \ \ I ' 29 00, TP- °4 a e \294.48, TC/TW �`� ' CURB \ 294.86, TP MATCH EXISTING 294.50, TC TRANSITIONAL d <' ° ' a • \ . • a ' \ \ \ ��' GUTTER/SIDEWALK " I CURB 294.50, TCI TP/TW a\ ' 4 \ • °' . 295.57 TC \ �II d 294.50, TC/TP ° . 294.91, TP °295 I ' d d \294.50, 7W s = \ .41, TC a 294.35, ° a 294.50, 7W \ 294.50, 7W TCS `:': -294 50, 7W A a ' \ 294.10, TP„ ,, . , ,... _...... .. .. .. ... . ..... ..•:.. _.:._,.. ., ;_::..,1,,, -.••.:.... Y,: ;•.::.,.••..-:'•:':::•.,":.;' .., ::; ,..::.•.::: .. 294 8, TC 29568, TC I a 295.65, TC .i Illi - 294.27 TC 4 ' 9 .7 I - .. 2 5 0, TC � 294.47, TC/TW - F \ 294.40, TC 294.45, TC/TW : ; 294.50, 7W - \ 'd 293 92, TP . ° d / 295.68, TC . f Ih II I I a• : �. . 294.45, TC/TW d ° I I 294.40, 7W a . 4 $% a REGRADE EXISTING 294.23, TC I ' °° : 294.48, Tc/,7w 1 \ \ ' ".a.'.4 d.. • �e •'a .• ° •.'`294.50'-.a d /iii :. 294.17 %W -0 ° .:: , - ° DRAINAGE DITCH ., � 293 84, TP :. - � - ° • 4: � � � •d' '° a \ \ \ 294. ° 294.19 TC i :° 'q b \ :\ 1 \ 17, TC a . • a •°�� d � ,...d •' � • Q• �• d . •. a. S • • 0. 294.18, TC/7W a ' d 293.67, TP/TW 294.17, TC 0' ° ' ' 294.30, TC 294.30, TC/7W a° • 4 ; 4 O i it I I °I 4 /jW 295.46, TC 293.67, TP/TW " °' • ° . ' �, I ' d 4. I •'�o • ' ' ° ,..Q ..• •° 4 •° ., e. ..a.°�.d ` ' :a < _' °• .. a • a•., ,. a P/�/° •, d ° ° ,' 4 . °..a. 295.85, TC '\/(T�\ . .. °`�• II N• ° ° n d 4• 1I I (1, I I .,q �T°oC a ,: . 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I 3� , )-M , , ° d ° ' ` �:a N� / • S - - 294.06, TC 1. <- - �- ° d l ( ) 292.80, _ 79, .. 4 - d M:. `M II I' .I 293.44, TC g= 1S ° / 29413, TC_ .Q° / 8-M 293.4q TC - s _ �° ' d a � • ...::. 294.60, TC 294.16, TC - , 293.59 TC 8-M 8-M 8-M 8- :.. 8- 1 A v, s _ - v, / I I� I 1 is I MATCH EXIS77NG MA rcH PAt/EMENT NG 294.78, TC `! M y PROJECT BENCHMARK: ` o, ' II 293 50, TC :. ... PAVEMENT I TOP BOLT STREETLIGHT 293 _ d ° 50, 7w - - - - - - - 11 ` ` I' :':: 293.60 TC- 294.33, TC. - Elev = 294.56 ... , :.' 293.60, 7W 1 N:10187776.93 29369, 7W 294.38, TC C,It I E:3576404.68 I I 11293.73, rc / / 293.73, 7WCb I II / 293.86, 7W \ Co I 293.96, 7W IIS Q) I III I I�ct� Traffic Control Notes: 1. Prior to implementing traffic control plan, contractor must provide advance notice to the following: - COCS Public Works Department - COCS Fire Dispatch - COCS Emergency Operations Center - COCS ISD - COCS Police Dispatch - COCS Traffic Engineer 2. Flags attached to signs are required. All signage shall be mounted 24" clear from travel lane and 7' clear height from top of curb. 3. Contractor shall provide and install traffic control devices in conformance with part VI of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Texas MUTCD, most recent edition with revisions) during construction. 4. Lane closure will not be allowed unless approved by the TxDOT or COCS representative, as applicable. 5. The work shall be completed such that the roadway will be fully opened to traffic overnight. 6. Plastic drums shall be used for overnight delineation of off -roadway work areas. 240' (Min.) ROAD WORK AHEAD CW20-1D 48" X 48" - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - \ Greens Prairie Road West ROAD WORK AHEAD CW20-1D 48" X 48" Channelizing Channelizing �\ Devices Devices END ROAD WORK G20 -2a 48" X 24" Traffic Control Detail N.T.S. Grading ant/ Traffic Cont �ol Plan I General Notes: 1. Assure positive drainage across project site to the storm water structures. 2. All site work to be done in conformance with the BCS Unified Standards Specifications, unless otherwise stated in these plans. 3. All proposed elevations shown are finished grade. 4. Backfill all proposed parking lot islands with full depth topsoil. 5. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, & details. 6. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. FL - 240' (Min.) Work END Area ROAD WORK of G20 -2a 48" X 24" �ti�•;,��;�,: Top of 240' (Min.) ROAD WORK AHEAD CW20-1D 48" X 48" - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - \ Greens Prairie Road West ROAD WORK AHEAD CW20-1D 48" X 48" Channelizing Channelizing �\ Devices Devices END ROAD WORK G20 -2a 48" X 24" Traffic Control Detail N.T.S. Grading ant/ Traffic Cont �ol Plan I General Notes: 1. Assure positive drainage across project site to the storm water structures. 2. All site work to be done in conformance with the BCS Unified Standards Specifications, unless otherwise stated in these plans. 3. All proposed elevations shown are finished grade. 4. Backfill all proposed parking lot islands with full depth topsoil. 5. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, & details. 6. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. FL - Flow Line NG - Top of Ground TC - Top of Curb TP - Top of Pavement TW - Top of Sidewalk Preliminary Plans Onll Not for Construction This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jone P. E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be use for construction, bidding, or permitting purpose Released for Revi No. I Revision/Issue Firm Name and Address: � Ingineeiin PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 7781 979-739-0567 wwwJ4Engmeerrng. Firm# 9951 Date Project Name and Address: Aggreland Express Carwash at castlegate Plaza 790 William D. 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All trees shall be provided as container grown trees. 2. All landscaping plant material shall be guaranteed for a period of thirty days from the date of installation by contractor. After thirty days, the owner will be responsible for maintenance of all landscaping. 3. The property owner is responsible for regular weeding, mowing, fertilizing, and other maintenance of all plantings following acceptance from Contractor. The required landscaping must be maintained in a healthy, growing condition at all times. 4. Plant material shown here is represented at its mature size. Plantings to be installed will be significantly smaller than those shown and should not be expected to reach maturity for several years dependant on growing conditions. 5. Contractor is to seed all disturbed areas left unpaved and guarantee coverage of vegetation until establishment of grass. Grass type shall be Bermuda grass or Rye/Bermuda mixture. 6. All water meters, hydrants, valves, manholes, and cleanouts, on or adjacent to the property, must remain accessible during construction and upon the completion of necessary grading and landscaping. caliper at 12 above the round. 7. Cal. indicates g Multi -trunk trees' caliper is measured with the single, largest cane. Points Required Landscaping Requirements 42,091 Disturbed Area (sf) (42091 sf /1,000) x 30 Points = 1263 (Min of 800 Points) Additional Landscape Points for Streetscape WD Fitch - (67/50) x 300 Points = 402 Greens Prairie - (208'/50) x 300 Points = 1248 Total Points Required = 2913 \ �I �- - 20 10 0 I I ��- I - � I III I14ZN FF_ I I iUE .a. ,' 8 .. .If �.' d4 •' 4 4. a•. " IQ, „ ' .� ' III ,'.Q• '.� ° ° �..a ° S . e'• v 11 e 4,•°\ m•4 .:e •\• \ \ \ \ \ \\ \ / I r �I a I .. .a. ALJ 1d' I . I d I C \ •4 d 4 a I I I a d d d laG� I I a d •O 4 4 I m 4 •. a� . P a• ` ° a ° 'd . e d A d a •' a ' d' d a o da •A` 4 I a a' a a•• e / II a •. 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(Quercus virginia) Canopy 6 150 900 1 container. Live Oak ',greater decorative paving, decorative rock (not loose) or a perennial grass is than 2" in diameter. 2.1" -3.4" CAL. (Quercus virginia) 5 150 750 containing 50% Canopy Streetscape 3. Install premixed soil containing 40% 25% sand. This document is released for the purpose of sandy loam topsoil, 40% black humus Crepe Myrtle Dig planting hole width and 20% sharp sand. Notes: Biggerthan 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 14 40 560 rootball on all sides. Scarify root ball. Non -Canopy 5. Scarify root ball. 2. If container grown, remove 6. Root flare shall be exposed. Date Crepe Myrtle planting. Biggerthan 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 20 40 800 4. Non -Canopy Streetscape exposed. Root ball to rest on native soil Waxleaf Ligustrum Native soil Tree Staking; & 0 Min. 5 Gallon (ligustrum japonicum) 14 10 140 Shrub Total Points Provided = 3150 3" Depth _ s`, z 8" Depth Notes: 1. Container grown plants only. 2. Remove containers from plants before installing. 3. Place plants in prepared bed as shown. 4. Edge spacing for plants varies with species and location. 20 c Cb II tt easctfteitl 00 ,y Groundeover plant material, (TYP) L' evenly distribute the specified quantity of plants within each designated area. Maintain edge and separation separation distances ' etween plant types. 3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. 2-"T" (TYP) 1. An irrigation system to service all posts 1. Fully remove native soil (TYP) 3, Bare soil area (TYP)-No turf here vacuum breaker, reduced pressure Bare soil 3" 1 Prepared bedding_ soil backfill (TYP) Station Ordinance 2394. area (TYP) 12" - 2. no turf here 1. Fully remove native soil to the size of accurate as -built irrigation plans 1 container. material ',greater decorative paving, decorative rock (not loose) or a perennial grass is than 2" in diameter. 2. Fully remove all construction debris, parking lot setback, rights-of-way, and adjacent property disturbed trash, rocks and any other material greater than 2" in diameter. Install premixed soil containing 50% details. - - 3. Install premixed soil containing 40% 25% sand. This document is released for the purpose of sandy loam topsoil, 40% black humus 4. Dig planting hole width and 20% sharp sand. Notes: root ball on all sides. 4. Dig planting hole width 12" larger than 1. Trees to be balled and rootball on all sides. Scarify root ball. burlapped or container grown 5. Scarify root ball. 2. If container grown, remove 6. Root flare shall be exposed. Date container from tree before planting. 3. Top of root ball to be 3" higher than final grade. 4. Top of root ball to be exposed. Root ball to rest on native soil Native soil Tree Staking; & Planting N.T.S 3" Depth _ s`, z 8" Depth Notes: 1. Container grown plants only. 2. Remove containers from plants before installing. 3. Place plants in prepared bed as shown. 4. Edge spacing for plants varies with species and location. 20 c Cb II tt easctfteitl 00 ,y Groundeover plant material, (TYP) L' evenly distribute the specified quantity of plants within each designated area. Maintain edge and separation separation distances ' etween plant types. 3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. Shrub Planting N.T.S Make sure that plant root ball is fully ',plantec to the depth of the container in p'reparec planting mix. Do not plant groundcover in mulch layer only. Native soil LandscapO Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. An irrigation system to service all new plantings will be installed by 1. Fully remove native soil to the size of vacuum breaker, reduced pressure principle back flow device, or a double-check back flow device and container. Station Ordinance 2394. 3. All backflow devices must be - 2. Fully remove all construction debris, trash, accurate as -built irrigation plans to City of College Station Parks rocks and any other material ',greater decorative paving, decorative rock (not loose) or a perennial grass is than 2" in diameter. swales and drainage areas, the parking lot setback, rights-of-way, and adjacent property disturbed 3. Install premixed soil containing 50% details. 7. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. native soil, 25% humus and 25% sand. This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jones, 4. Dig planting hole width 1.5x larger than root ball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. Shrub Planting N.T.S Make sure that plant root ball is fully ',plantec to the depth of the container in p'reparec planting mix. Do not plant groundcover in mulch layer only. Native soil LandscapO Plan General Notes: 1. An irrigation system to service all new plantings will be installed by a certified installer prior to a certificate of occupancy being issued. 2. Irrigation system must be protected by either a pressure vacuum breaker, reduced pressure principle back flow device, or a double-check back flow device and installed as per City of College Station Ordinance 2394. 3. All backflow devices must be installed and tested upon installation as per City Ordinance 2394. 4. Contractor/developer to furnish accurate as -built irrigation plans to City of College Station Parks Department. Show lines, valves, heads, controller, wiring, etc. 5. 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. 6. It is the intent of theseP lans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications & details. 7. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. Preliminary Plans Only Not for Construction This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jones, P.E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be used for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes.' Released for Review No. Revision/Issue Date Firm Name and Address: _.; J4 Ingilp,%leefing 8�� PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 7780.5 979-739-0567 www.J4Engmeermg.com Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggleland Express Can at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision-1.2S4AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas Date: Aug 2014 Scale: As Noted Sheet: L-1 00 ,�q�va L 40 L 1aauS L S1 aagwnN 49914S (8910N 1,1014e6A pue edeospuel peppy) 2192j - 9 L/8/Z :SUOISIAG2j 9L/LZ4 :ale(] 96/6Z/6'Q b�tL ..�`1. 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Potential pollutants and sources - Sediment from excavations and equipment movements around the site. Schedule of Events: 1. Install silt fencing. 2. Install stabilized construction exit. 3. Clear and grubb. 4. Install utilities and drainage structures. 5. Apply pavement. 6. Complete grading and install permanent seeding. 7. When all construction activity is completed the site is stabilized. Remove silt fence and re -seed any area disturbed during construction and assure a healthy ground cover. Areas of Disturbance: During the construction of the pavement, drainage, and utility improvements the area that will be disturbed includes the street right-of-ways and the water and sanitary sewer connections to existing lines. Structural Controls: Temporary stabilization N areas where construction activity temporarily ceases for at least 21 days will be stabilized with temporary seed no later than 14 days from the last construction activity in that area all proposed fill material will be seeded. Silt fence and/or hay bales will be installed at all outfalls, areas where water runs off the site; inlets under construction will have silt fencing or hay bales placed around the perimeter of the inlet all constructed inlets will have sandbags placed in front of the throat to collect sediment but allow flow of water into the inlet. There is one livestock pond present at this site that will be incorporated into the regional detention pond. Storm Water Management: Storm water drainage will be controlled by drainage ditches and a detention pond for the developed area. All areas affected by construction will be fine graded and have permanent seeding. The remainder of the area will remain in its natural state. Offsite vehicle trackine: A stabilized construction entrance will be provided to help reduce vehicle tracking of sediments. The paved street adjacent to the site entrance will be swept to remove any excess mud, dirt, or rock tracked from the site. Dump trucks hauling material from the construction site will be covered with a tarpaulin. Certification of Compliance with State and Local Regulations: This storm water pollution prevention plan reflects the city's requirements for storm water management, erosion, and sediment control. To ensure compliance, this plan was prepared in acccordance with the cities drainage policy. There are no other applicable state or federal requirements for sediment and erosion site plans (or permits) or storm water management site plans (or permits). Maintenance /Inspection Procedures: These are the inspection and maintenance practices that will be used to maintain erosion and sediment controls: • All control measures will be inspected at least once every 14 days and following any storm event of 0.5 inches or greater. • All measures will be maintained in good working order; if a repair is necessary if will be initiated within 24 hours of the report. • Built up sediment will be removed from silt fence when it has reached one-half the height of the fence. • Silt fence will be inspected for depth of sediment, tears, to see if the fabric is securely attached to the fence posts, and to see that the fence posts are firmly in the ground. • Temporary and permanent seeding and planting will be inspected for bare spots, washouts, and healthy growth. • A maintenance inspection report will be made after each inspection. The inspection report form will be prepared by the site superintendent and filed for record. • A site superintendent will be responsible for inspections, maintenance and repair activities, and filling out the inspection and maintenance report. Non -Storm Water Discharges: It is expected that the following non -storm water discharges will occur from the site during the construction period: • Water from water line flushing Site Description: _ ,.: ,Sediment :.Control Fabric- P " ` Protect name and location. Fastened Securely to Aggieland Express Carwash T -Post &Wire Mesh 790 William D. Fitch Pkwy811 of Filter Fabric to Extend ' College Station Brazos Count Texas Metal T -Post Cb , , / I I I i ` g y' As Req d. to Maintain Spaced 6' Apart with Compacted Back Fill Into a Trench and be Anchored - Owner and Developer: �` Jed Waltemathe Allow 2.5' to 5' at Toe of I I / \ �\ / \ 2i I I / \C,/ 2012 Finfeather Rd Silt Fence and/or Slope for Sediment to � Bryan, TX 77801 Hay Bales to be Accumulate. Align Fence co The site is not located on Indian lands. Used in Areas of Along Slope Contours. Drainage Flow Latitude: 30° 33' 7.2" Natural GroundDirect� tOf Flow Longitude: 96° 16' 1.5" ;r.:1 I / MS4 operator name: City of College Station, Texas 4 Cb1 Receiving water body: Spring Creek „� w Estimated area to be disturbed: 0.97 acres 4'X4 Min. Trench — 4 20 ' The storm water pollution prevention plan shall be in compliance with state and local sediment and erosion plans.177 Operator Requirements: The operator shall submit a NOI to TCEQ and a copy to the operator and post a copy at ' / / Q) _ / \ � the construction site in a location where it is readily available for viewing prior to Silt Fence commencing construction activities, and maintain the notice in that location until completion of the construction activity. N.T.S The operator shall provide a copy of the NOI to the operator of the municipal separate storm sewer system receiving the discharge, at least two (2) days prior to commencing rn construction activities. The operator shall submit a NOT to TCEQ and a copy to the operator of the municipal d storm sewer system once the final stabilization has been achieved and the temporary erosion controls have been removed. b Controls must be developed to limit, to the extent practicable, offsite transport of litter, Minimum 12' Shall Be Full 'o construction debris and construction materials. Width of Site Entrance Geotextile Bags � o_ —� f -f-18" Min Operator Inspection Requirements: Plastic w 6" Min. Depth 1 � The following records must be maintained and either attached to or referenced in the �. 1(1' Liner 11 1 storm water plan: Stone (ASTM D448, Varies 3" to 5" Diameter) '\! • The dates when major grading activities occur. Over Geotextile 1p0/��/� • TO Crushed Rock Rumble, The dates when construction activities temporarily or permanently cease on a portion of Fabric With Same 5p' Existing Waste Material or the site. Square Footage lGOUi Subgrade Elevation View o The dates when stabilization measures are initiated. Compacted Waste Subgrade rn A report summarizing the scope of the inspection, names and qualifications of personnel making the inspection, the dates of the inspection, and major observations must be made �v and retained with the storm water plan. Major observations should include: Sand Sand Bag Q ,Qa , 3 The locations of discharges of sediment or other pollutants form the site; Existing Street Top Bag o Locations of BMP's that failed to operate as designed or proved inadequate for a t P Locations where additional BMP's are needed. particular location; and 18' Nlsn 8'x8' Bottom Pit CL Note: , o Area (Min) " X Operator's Record Keeping: 6' MIN. Dress With Additional Stone Geotextile Bags Filled E' Expand as Needed As Needed. Stone Is To Be with Sand or Gravel a� The permittee must retain the following records for a minimum of 3 years from the date � that a NOT is submitted: Maintained So As To to Anchor Plastic Liner , Q Prevent Construction Traffic • A copy of the storm water plan and From Tracking Mud Onto Top Note: • All reports and actions required by this permit, including a copy of the construction Adjacent Public Streets. � Geotextile Temporary devices around storm drains are used to detain and/or filter sediment -laden runoff. o site notice all data used to complete the NOI. Fabric The protection allows sediment to settle prior to discharge into a storm drain inlet or catch basin. N / Sand bags shall be UV resistant and must not degrade due to atmospheric conditions. Sand i''bags � Plan View shall be replaced upon first sign of deterioration. Sand bags shall be installed & monitored '' Subgrade throughout the project upon installation of an inlet. 00 CM C a� Q c C W et Construction Exit Detail N.T.S Concrete Washout N.T.S Storm Drain Inlet Protection N.T.S Erosion and Sediment Control Plan General Notes: 1. The topography shown is frogni field survey data. 2. Assure positive drainage across project site to the storm watt' r structures. 3. All site work to be done in. conformance with the BCS Unified Standards Specifications, unless otherwise stated in these plans. 4. It is the intent of these plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, '', & details. 5. See Sheet Cl - General Notes. Preliminary Plans Onli Not for Construction This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jones, P.E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be used for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes. Released for Review No. I Revision/Issue Firm Name and Address: J4y off,, Engineeiing PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www.J4Engmeermg.co. Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggreland Express Can at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision—1.2S4AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas Date:I Sheet: Aag2014 Scale: I As Noted Paving Notes: 1. All concrete for pavement construction shall be to the minimum depth shown on the plans and shall have a minimum 28 -day compressive strength of 4000 PSI. The maximum percentage of fly ash replacement of portland cement shall be 20 percent by weight. 2. Item 360 of the TxDOT "Standard Specifications for Construction and Maintenance of Highways. Street, & Bridges" shall be used as a technical specification for reinforced concrete pavement. 3. Subgrade shall be stabilized per the "Subgrade Stabilization Table" shown on this plan. The lime stabilized soil shall be mixed to provide a homogeneous mixture with a minimum pH of 12.4, and which meets the gradation requirements specified in the TxDOT, Standard Specifications for Construction of Highways, Streets, and Bridges, Item 260. The lime stabilized soil shall be compacted to a density of at least 98% of the maximum dry density as determined by ASTM D698 at a moisture content from optimum moisture to 4% above optimum moisture content. The lime used to stabilize the soil shall meet the requirements of TxDOT Item 264, "Lime and Lime Slurry". The lime stabilized subgrade should extend a minimum of 12" outside the pavement. 4. The subgrade beneath the concrete sidewalks shall be compacted and "proof -rolled". any weak or soft areas identified by the "proof -rolling" shall be removed and replaced. 5. A sand leveling course under concrete pavement is NOT permitted. 6. Joint sealant material to be Sonneborn SL -1 or approved equal. 7. Curing compound shall be applied uniformly to the concrete after the surface finishing is complete at the rate recommended by the manufacturer. The curing compound shall meet the requirements of TxDOT Item 526. 8. Contractor shall provide engineer with a proposed pavement expansion and contraction joint plan prior to pavement construction. 9. See Sheet C - 1 Gen eral Notes. Subgrade Stabilization Table: PI = Plasticity Index LL = Liquid Limit If PI >20 and LL <35, Then Lime Stabilize Subgrade If PI >15 and LL >36, Then Lime Stabilize Subgrade If PI <5, Then Cement Stabilize Subgrade Acceptable soils other than those defined by the limits above, do not require stabilization. PI % Required Material <5 5% Cement <25 5% Lime 26-33 6% Lime 34-40 7%. _ Lime _ >40 Determined by ASTM C977 Lime Steel Reinforcing Bars Concrete Pavement • G _ a 6" Lime Stabilized Subgrade to Extend 1' outside the Edge of Pvmt 1. X=6" as Shown on the Plan 2. 6" Pavement - use #4 rebar @ 12" O.C.E.W. Typical Concrete Paving Section N.T.S 0.080" Alum. '-Sign Blank (Typ.) Green Lettering, Arrow & Border White Symbols on Blue Square White Background Green Lettering on White Background 2" Galy. Steel Pipe 3,000 PSI Concrete Base to be Centered on ADA Parking Space as Per Layout Plan ADA Parking Sign N.T.S. Legend y Existing Pavement Proposed Landscaped Area Proposed 6" Concrete Pavement Proposed 4" Concrete Sidewalk r•' is {;y II 1 I ® ® 4 ®1 s s s -0- M X CUTS ®6" EACH \ UE 120.00' I\ MATCH WIDTH AND N ELEVATION OF EXISTING G SIDEWALK AND GUTTER N N'y ' \ \ O II I 4l - - ' • \ '�' W 'Y W 'Y W `Y W W PROPOSED _ - ADA W W D W •4• W W I W W W W - I PAWING lKN G - SIGN +•W• W W W I W I I 0 • Q I I 5.0 W \ I I _ RZ.00' \ 1200' "' OQ \ ��••-' � \ ` � I W ...... '. \ I PROPOSED W ;z -'18.17. oo. 'foo• W W" W W W W W - W I I ADA RAMP v I N I O � '4:. •'G••'•:•• ••o• • .• .off• / W W W W .Y 0 W W W 0� II I O 0 1 I �W W W W W W W II I o R BOLLARDS I I Q 5 O. 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TEMPORARY _, - o a l cn �/ ADA RAMP ;.. o M I CURB AND MATCH REMOVE TEMPORARY �� EX/STING PAVEMENT CURB AND MATCH _ R 00' -�'� o EXIST/NG PAVEMENT y I 4 •` I II O+ D I EXIST/NG CONCRETE DRIVEWAY w CC) I 5.00 I / �I II I I I 24„ C, II �4"R III I Sawed or formed, seal I I with joint material 3" o� �4 1b »R 5" / I I I 3"to wiCbde, /8 /2 de, 2 deep 12" -a lHoo 4 cDn 1 � 0 70 „ 3»3»2„" II I ° ' .y °--- - •'° Per Plans / Cb I I I I I °• °• °• ° ° °• Cb I I 3" EXIST/NG CONCRETE o #4 Bars D RlV EWAY I� I x Smooth U)I I Note: 0 %" 18" --.►�- 4„ �- / II I Expansion Dowels 03 1. Contraction joint sealant to be Sonneborn SL -1 or I Driveway Raised Curb Detail equal. I N.T.S I I I 2. Contraction joints shall be spaced at 15' maximum I I I intervals. Lo Light Broom Finish Joints to ' I I be Tooled 1/4" to 1/2" Deep IPVMT Contraction Joint De . tall N.T.S 3,500 psi Concrete Edge :;.•• ;;.•. ;�•, ;�•• :�•, ,�• 4" 4" Thick Min. of� Bldg. Sidewalk Note: Per Plans ,varies Natural Ground 2% Max Slope or Pavement I 1LI= -_11wa11 ' . -1 1I I=1�1-' 11 llJ1 11 -�1=1J1=1 -1 =1 =lll 11--X11=11111=1=I_I�=1 Imo_ -I =111-111-1j1=111=111 -#3 Bars -I11 1111II1JJ1J 11\j1 I �J�1I I I-i_IITI I Illi i ISI i I =12" O.C.E.W III -11 H III -1 I�j I-�►� �,I,LH I 1=1 I I-� � � . � �-� � �-� Note: 1. Install expansion joints at 40' (max) longitudinal spacing and install control joints at 5' (max) longitudinal spacing Typical Sidewalk N.T.S. TYPical Curb -Cut Detail N.T.S. Seal w/ joint material -, Smooth dowel bar 3/4" 1/2„ dia. x 18" o.c. (coated w/heavy grease) Per Plans Non -extruding Metal or plastic cap, joint filler inside diameter to be 1/16" greater than Note: diameter of dowel bar 1. Expansion joint sealant to be Sonneborn SL -1 or approved equal. 2. Expansion joints shall be spaced at 45' maximum intervals. PVMT Ex-pansion Joint Detail N.T.S Sidewalk Contraction Joint Detail N.T.S.1 r // Seal w/ Joint Material 3/4' Non -Extruding Joint Filler Dowel Bar ' 4" -Metal or plastic cap, inside diameter to be 1/16" greater than diameter of dowel bar Sidewalk Expansion Joint Detail N.T.S. I. Sidewalk joint sealant to be Sonneborn SL -11, or approved equal 2. Sidewalk expansion joints shall be spaced at 60' maximum intervals. 3. Sidewalk contraction joints shall be spaced at a ISI, maximum interval equal to the sidewalks width. Plan General Notes• 1. Refer to Final Plat for all ] dimensions and bearings. 2. All dimensions are to back of cu or edge of pavement, unle otherwise noted. 3. Maximum cross slope for all Al accessible routes is 2% f sidewalks and pavement. Tl minimum cross slope for sidewal: is 1%. 4. Materials and methods fl pavement markings shall confor. to TxDOT Standard Specificatiol for Construction of Highway Streets, and Bridges (currel edition), with the followii exceptions: 1) Type II markir materials need not be purchase from the Department, and 2) Gla: beads may be omitted, bl marking matere' al shall g be Type paint -type material. P al 5. It is the intent of these plans t comply with all City of Colley Station guidelines, specifications, details. 6. See Sheet Cl - General Notes. Preliminary Plans Only Not. for Construction This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jones, P.E. 97600 on Sep 24, 2014. It is not to be used for construction, bidding, or permitt ing purposes. Released for Review No. I Revision/Issue I Date4 Engineering Flan Name and Address: PO Box 5192 -Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www•T4Engrneering.com Firm # 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggleland Express Carwash at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. 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Landscape Notes: 1. All trees shall be provided as container grown trees. 2. All landscaping plant material shall be guaranteed for a period of thirty days from the date of installation by contractor. After thirty days, the owner will be responsible for maintenance of all landscaping. 3. The property owner is responsible for regular weeding, mowing, fertilizing, and other maintenance of all plantings following acceptance from Contractor. The required landscaping must be maintained in a healthy, growing condition at all times. 4. Plant material shown here is represented at its mature size. Plantings to be installed will be significantly smaller than those shown and should not be expected to reach maturity for several years dependant on growing conditions. 5. Contractor is to seed all disturbed areas left unpaved and guarantee coverage of vegetation until establishment of grass. Grass type shall be Bermuda grass or Rye/Bermuda mixture. 6. All water meters, hydrants, valves, manholes, and cleanouts, on or adjacent to the property, must remain accessible during construction and upon the completion of necessary grading and landscaping. 7. "Cal." indicates caliper at 12" above the ground. Multi -trunk trees' caliper is measured with the single, largest cane. Points Required Landscaping Requirements 42,091 Disturbed Area (sf) (42091 sf /1,000) x 30 Points = 1263 (Min of 800Points) Additional Landscape Points for Streetscape WD Fitch - (67/50) x 300 Points = 402 Greens Prairie - (208'/50) x 300 Points = 1248 Total Points Required = 2913 Streetscape Required Provided WD Fitch Streetscape: 67/25 = 3 Canopy Trees Required Greens Prairie Streetscape: 208'/32= 7 CanopyTrees Required 5 Canopy Trees Provided & 20 Non -Canopy Trees Provided* * 2 NON-CANOPYTREES COUNTAS 1 CANOPYTREE Points Provided Symbol Size Name &Type Quantity Point Value Total Points Live Oak 2.1" -3.4" CAL. (Quercus virginia) 6 150 900 Canopy Live Oak 2.1" -3.4" CAL. (Quercus virginia) 5 150 750 Canopy Streetscape Crepe Myrtle Bigger than 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 14 40. 560 Non -Canopy Crepe Myrtle Bigger than 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 20 40. 800 Non -Canopy Streetscape Waxleaf Ligustrum Min. 5Gallon (ligustrumjaponicum) 23 10 230 Shrub Total Points Provided = 3240 V A E70 M � k, _-� II �. X I I a= 2-„T„ posts (TYP) Bare soil area (TYP) - no turf here Notes: 1. Trees to be balled and burlapped or container grown 2. If container grown, remove container from tree before planting. 3. Top of root ball to be 3" higher than final grade. 4. Top of root ball to be exposed 'Bare soil area (TYP)-No turf here 'Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. Fully remove native soil to the size of container. 2. Fully remove all construction debris, trash, rocks and any other material greater than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil containing 40% sandy loam topsoil, 40% black humus and 20% sharp sand. 4. Dig planting hole width 12" larger than rootball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. 6. Root flare shall be exposed. `- Root ball to rest on native soil �� Native soil Tree Staking & Planting N.T.S 8" Depth Notes: 1. Container grown plants only. 2. Remove containers from plants before installing. 3. Place plants in prepared bed as shown. 4. Edge spacing for plants varies with species and location. JFfr! Shrub Plantin N.T.S 11FA1 Groundcover plant material, (TYP) evenly distribute the specified quantity of plants within each designated area. Maintain edge and separation separation distances Ibetween plant types. 3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1 Fully remove native soil to ti container. 2. Fully remove all construction de rocks and any other materi than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil conta native soil, 25% humus and 25% 4. Dig planting hole width 1.5x It root ball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. - 20 10__ 20 _ tQ- V A E70 M � k, _-� II �. X I I a= 2-„T„ posts (TYP) Bare soil area (TYP) - no turf here Notes: 1. Trees to be balled and burlapped or container grown 2. If container grown, remove container from tree before planting. 3. Top of root ball to be 3" higher than final grade. 4. Top of root ball to be exposed 'Bare soil area (TYP)-No turf here 'Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. Fully remove native soil to the size of container. 2. Fully remove all construction debris, trash, rocks and any other material greater than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil containing 40% sandy loam topsoil, 40% black humus and 20% sharp sand. 4. Dig planting hole width 12" larger than rootball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. 6. Root flare shall be exposed. `- Root ball to rest on native soil �� Native soil Tree Staking & Planting N.T.S 8" Depth Notes: 1. Container grown plants only. 2. Remove containers from plants before installing. 3. Place plants in prepared bed as shown. 4. Edge spacing for plants varies with species and location. JFfr! Shrub Plantin N.T.S 11FA1 Groundcover plant material, (TYP) evenly distribute the specified quantity of plants within each designated area. Maintain edge and separation separation distances Ibetween plant types. 3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1 Fully remove native soil to ti container. 2. Fully remove all construction de rocks and any other materi than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil conta native soil, 25% humus and 25% 4. Dig planting hole width 1.5x It root ball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. Make sure that plant root ball is fu to the depth of the container in planting mix. Do not plant groundcover in mulch 1 Native soil size of , trash, greater g 50% 1. r than planted only. Lan dsca nt Plan General Notes: 1 • An irrigation system to service new plantings will be installed a certified installer prior to certificate of occupancy be issued. 2. Irrigation system must protected by either a pressl vacuum breaker, reduced pressl principle back flow device, or double-check back flow device a installed as per City of CORE Station Ordinance 2394. 3. All backflow devices must installed and tested up installation as per City Ordinan 2394. 4. Contractor/developer to furni accurate as -built irrigation pla to City of College Station Par Department. Show lines, valy( heads, controller, wiring, etc. 5. 100% coverage of groundcov( decorative paving, decorative ro( (not loose) or a perennial grass required in parking lot islanc swales and drainage areas,' tl parking lot setback, rights-of'-wa and adjacent property disturb( during construction. 6. It is the intent of these plans 1 comply with all City of Calle6 Station guidelines, specifications, details. 7. See Sheet Cl - General Notes. ''' Preliminary Plans C Not for Constructi This document is released for the purpose interim review under the authority of Glenn J( P.E. 97600 on Sep 24, 2014. It is not to be L for construction, bidding, or permitting purpe Released for Revi No. ' Revision/Issue Firm Name and Address: �4 Engineefirug PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www.J4Engineeriq& coj Fi m# 9951 r Project Name and Address: I Aggleland Express Canvas, at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business) Center Subdivision---1.254AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas , Date: Sheet: Sep 2014 Scale: L1 As Noted 0q 3 Vicinity Map Construction Notes: I' I, Contractor is to verify the exact location and ' I ,� r- vertical positioning of existing utilities and i 9 11` I 1 service lines within the project area, whether CONTROL r I on plans or not, at least 48 hrs. prior to -POINT - shown( , -L any construction,. Contractor is responsible for 1 �2" IRON ROE) FOUND N. TS any damage done to existing facilities. Call Elev - 293.19 1-800-dig-tess. N:101€j7636.67 SII i 2. All radii and dista E:3576197.63 APPROXIMATE LOCAT/ON \ OF FLOODPLAIN J / -� _ _ N/F 30 15 " 0 30 races are measured to the: back I III ��I - 4 _I� - _ - -- COLLEGE STATION ISD �b of curb unless otherwise noted. Back of curb 29>'= - - = . Qw41 radii are shown on the Pavement Plan. --_ - ;,__ _ BLOCK 1, LOT 2 / CASTLEGATE BUSINESS CENTER 20' R.O.W. � I i ' 29 � ._ -` � 80' PR/SATE DRAINAGE _ - ` 3. _ r All EASEMENT, M - EA site EME T SEME work c _ NT _ rk is 5793 I , /187 17.02 ACRES ,, •�� / / �G to be done in conformance with 510/451 5793/187 / the Bryan/College Station 2012 Standard + �\ \ ZONED GC Q Specifications for Water & Sewer and the Cit `�' `r' I (IIS y of � a I --� � S - �� I EE SHEET L1-- _ 20' PUBLIC UT/L/TY / College Station Standard Specifications for Streets ( ' °j `� ( 2gs� FOR LANOSCAP/NG �� _ 0� Al &Drainage. INc �ii� I I \ \ EASEMENT, 5793/187 PROJECT �\� _ LOCATION � - 4. All u PROPOSED GRIT 1 _ / utility lines (water, gas, sanitary sewer, g.t.e., I PROPOSED 'I I TRAP TANK (TYP.) '� \> _ \ storm sewer, etc.) shown are taken from best I ( ELECTRICAL , available record information based on / SERVICE I o o 0 _ _ _ \ construction utility map documents obtained by �� �'� �.•�Ac�� EX/ST/NG 8 from city & independent agencies and/or aboveELEVA I i I T \ \� `\ SEWER L/NE 7' U.E. & PUBLIC ! ( I d S r \\\ \ \ \ \ I ground field evidence. Shown positions may not �_ / AC SS EASEMENT, , I • ' \ l �' • � � PROPOSED BUILD/NG.• represent as -built conditions. � f� ' �--:• ..s��: - � - ,.-,; \\ � 1805/182 I 4' q; \ / PART/AL TWO-STORY /\ -�, 5. E l e c t r ic a l co ndu i t for pa r king l ot lighting will be ®® /S/lID 6•.:•:>_f:f,rcg1•.,.1,: I II I ''', •A.(- II�cIlh :,,s �.f•-•,-'oI 1.I 3',.• r°°� 6 0_: ::..:S,,•-' F •'°.•°.a• d".• . a .•�.-.�.: . ' ' •'.q, ? , . :F F�=_•2- ' •b , 9 aU� 4 , ..e 5 .0•:• ' d •• �.. x ., ') • 'q'• '� •�• - ':•A -' •d A• ._.�•C•-A=•;N�V O.P P15�• .d S.• F.-�. `ed•�-.: °• '( .-•� • •q• •:.,'„: ' 31- 28• <:":SqWF/�.q � �`�'•..e .d ` .� •a -'q•_ ". da -q `•. • ' . �^ °��• A \ �. \� •lI t� \ ( G , r E XISi I TNIG II :r8��. " sown on the electrical site plan. J:,,+ 3635 SF WATER LINE TOLL BOOTHE UIRED 6. Exterior building shall meet of n 7.11 of the College Station l�UmflUnified Specific shall not project +hous'ng aradOrdinance. The light source an oPa ue 2 fixtureno shall project light ht 3 P SED ALK W/horizontallY•Fixturesvn11 be 1n s h a GUTTER manner that the projected do nWaltemathe. UThe owner & developer of the property is Jed ot 20 PUBL/C yPro ertY line• EASEMENT, 57931187 zoned GC, General Commercial. E RABlock 1 of the Castlegate Business Center, and isThe Ject property CONCRE6SED --A, PN1R MT . BOLLARD (TYPis Lot 7. The parking lot is 6" de th contrete pavemerat to � RE PROPOS Kincet or exceed minimum City of College Station IK � PROPOSED 2" 3,635 SF with height of 27>-4" and FF=294.50. the Landscape Plan.Bwithout s rinklers.The building a total Landscaping P1g Design &Analysis will be provided on story building is a Partial Req mems. 2 ACS to TYPe WATER SER VICE II- ' i ; % >� ' l/ ,' ' Ii i ; \ If /i � r•'1, � i /,t Fire flow hydrant de f f " • I ' • -•°$�• �� 35,� • �- � �� ', , l Y demand is 1,500 m. Th 9. gpm. e The be . � - -•4 -/ �'"- aring system shown hereon is based on � 1s -..� •<;. •e° � - __ J- : ; • ; - , , q � r ry / 2�'S i existing hydrants will provide the fire flow for grid north as established from GPobservation. DRAINAGE FLUME '+' 500 SF this development. � f = • pment. S =' ° _ \ - ✓ / / �." � I < • . -I• '` � � 7.5 S/DE SETBACK ':,; V^ ' : ..'-1/- ..<q. A q'.- • /•• � -__.� � I ; 10. Building setback lines shall be in accordance � �' • �\�' • ': • <� '• • - °-° d' • �: ' '- - - •' q' -'--• -- 1 e ._ ,�\ 20 P. U.E. \ •,. A portion of this lot is within the 100 -yr ' - � • .� •... -- 'r with the City of College Station UDO. c � - ° „t- - ' floodplain according to the DFIRM for Brazos ``' PROPOSED 5' P �' 12031 1 f " / PROJECT BENCHMARK:<-'� EXIST/NG DRIVEWAY / 65`� PROPOSED 6 / / l SIDEWALK \ - SEWER S County, Texas and Incorporated Areas, Map No. 14. All roof and ground -mounted mechanical TOP BOLT STREETLIGHT; ERS/CE , i PROPOSED 1 48041C0325E, effective May 16, 2012. -\�\`', /R n / �I': a �� 4 =m -_ - _ j ` R/GAT/ON METER equipment shall be screened from view or Elev = 294.56 - g - EXISTING SAN/TARP isolated so as not to be visible from an I s / The stormwater runoff from this development will y public N:10187776.93 / SEWER MANHOLE P right-of-way or residential district within 150' of I I 24' CROSS ACCESS ' be controlled by the existing drainage structure E:3576404.68 I EASEMENT, 12031/165 and detention pond, as shown and designed the subject lot, measured from a point 5 feet 10' GTE i - r I �r Cb 7 u g above grade. Such screening shall be coordinated within the Tower Point LOMR, Case No 1` � ;EASEMENT, with the building architecture and scale to y, �- 745/838 10-06-0675P, by Walter P. Moore. This site meets I maintain a unified appearance. % I 20' CITY OF the impervious cover and flow assumptions used `' Q I BRYAN EASEMENTCb in the report analysis. j I I I 15. Proposed signs shall be permitted separately in 1N EAS 7 accordance with the City of College Station UDO. I i G Grading and drainage information will be �' ;'.= ,� EX/ST/NG I I 1 I > ` ; `` ' j �W 6� I �C� Q provided on the Grading Plan. �'IV , O AER/AL 1 l 16. The irrigation system must be approved and ELECTR/CAL ( C Q installed prior to issuance of C.O. = f m The developed area for this project is 0.966 Q ,� I _ ; 0 24' CROSS ACCESS W N/F EX/ST/NG i PVX acres (42,091 SF). y Z m �Q �P eO EASEMENT 1 5 NASIR VEERANI AERIAL 17. All devices, appurtenances, appliances, and 2631/165 Q CAS apparatus intended t �� Q - -, i TLEG j y �--j - I � ATE BUSINESS CENTER /ELECTRICAL Traffic impact analysis is not required. PP o serve some special / / �(V � / \ � 5' GTE i A � BLOCK 1, LOT 1 R -B q function and that connect to the water supply �, ` m I / / EASEMENT, 2.601 ACRES system, shall be provided against backflow and `L `� --- Solid waste pickup will be provided_ by__ _the contamination of 771/5 \ ZONED GC / ' EXIST/NG DUMPSTER m / i m� �� ; collection truck enterin the the water supply .system;. __The _ _- _ / � °, / `. ` ENCLOSURE W i l , g parking lot from location of any backflow prevention devices. s � - /' / � � /TWO W Z j Greens Prairie Drive and collecting waste from be shown on the architectural hall �. t , - �� - iI 8-CY RECEPTACLES g t chitectural plumbing plans. `� - _..� , .•vn__ __ , two 8 CY containers within the existing enclosed dumpster area. 18. The proposed I ' _ �' NOT i P P grit interceptor shall meet the / ` / / requirements of the City of College Station,. Texas ICE• Lot 1R -A and Lot 1R -B, Block 1 of the Castlegate -Code of .Ordinances C � �- / hapter 11, Section 6. y `, / - t The Business Center Subdivision are considered a _ / contractor is specifically cautioned that e 1 / the location and/or elev building plot for the ur oses of landsca in 19. A "Knox Box" security system is re required o% / / / � �` -� co `b / atlon of the e P P ' t utilities as shown on these la testing NRA, and signage. landscaping, q on all // / ns is `_`- __ N __-- bas buildings. 20' SEM/NOLE v `- r' �-�•�-- ---- -_ ---. -_.-- / / \ _ _ - _ �� / records of the various utility coin anies and, / PIPELINE EASEMENT -- �- - �` / / where ossible, measureme is taken is t FlF2t CaNE 10 -_ - �� =_ _= FIRE V NE I I I / /?j / p he \ 22/807 & 510/444 ,e �N _�-�` = + / field. The information is not to be relied Utility Demand: y �f upon as being exact or co plete. It is the Parking , Analysis: • contractor's �3d --3 ( \ t / I / / actors responsibility t avoid all existing IEXISTING / utilities and repair any damaged lines, at his c I ` HYDRANT _ 3NV 1 aa1� r own expense, Water Demand ' I ; / xp , whether the ility is, shown o I I _ _ = a these plans or not. n Proposed Improvements: y N�, a, � f / The contractor shall (Manufacturer's Product Data) `. 3Nv, 3a� -�, , • � I,-= all I '.':-•:< , .......:°. -:•. .::`. :...' :.._, o notify the appropriate Average: 36.45 m 14 Vacuum Bays / I 1�� _ hours prior tnexcavati(! Ut ty company 48 - Maximum (peak): 145.8 gpm { 'M nl _ % r New Required Parking: / Contact Information: 2" domestic water meter - - - Sanitary Sewer Demand ,® 90% of Total Water Demand) average 32.8 gpm daximum (peak) 131.2 gpm >" sanitary sewer line / Fill w/ Concrete & Round Off Top w/ Grout Plug 14... 1 per Vacuum Bay 14... Total Required New Provided Parking: 13... Vacuum Bay Parking 1... Vacuum Bay Parking w/ Van Accessible 14.... Total Provided I 8" Sch 40 Steel Pipe 4" (Grind Smooth All Rough Areas and Edges) 1/4" Slope To of Finish Grade r" Concrete .. �;, • Encasement Note: "' • '� 1. All steel must be completely painted after installation with 6„ zinc -rich rust inhibitive paint. (Traffic Yellow). 18» Min Dia. 2. Final quantity & location of all bollards shall be per plans. Typical Bollard Detail N.T.S. 1 6" ® Each End 72" 24" 6" 6" 36" Imo-- 30" Min ~� 36" 15" 15" 1.9" 35" 24"/ J' 6" Bike Rack Detail N.T.S. 24" 4 " R I 6 I 3» 1 12 j 3>, °I 2„ g 3 15" 1' y41 R1 I 5" I J::4" 01 1 6„ 7>, 3" ° I 12" I o #4 Bars 1 3 1--F-- 1r m %" x 18" Smooth Expansion Dowels Driveway Raised Curb Detail N.T.S Typical Curb -Cut Detail N.T.S. Texas One Call: 00-245-4545 Lone Star One Call: 00-669-8344 Texas Excavation Safety i 00-344-8377 System (Digtess) College Station Utilities 79-764-3638 EVI EWEDFOR W Bryan Texas Utilities 79-821-5865 Atmos Energy 179-774-2506 MPLIANLCOE Verizon79-821-4300 <' I Suddenlink 979-846-2229 OCT 3 0 2014 X- CO LLNATION r_ri . Property Description Detail N.T.S. IDEMO EX/ST/NG SIDEWALK l AND RAMP I III (3.9 SY) • �: �� �:: I I I D I Q : • � I'I II I I CODEMO EXIST/NG NCRETE DRIVEWAY (--6110 SY) IDEMO EX/STING SIDEWALK I AND RAMP I (f9 SY) ( c I I \`, U-1 -'1s III �I -I 1 OCT 3 0 2014 Demolition Det i Scale = 1:20 1 Site P14 General Notes: I. The topography shown is!! fl field survey data. 2. Refer to Final Plat for all dimensions and bearings. 13. All utilities shown are taken fr the best available info hat based on construction juti, documents ment s obtainedl n ed b Y � tyEngineeringfrom CI i Independent agencies and/ori� abl ground field evidence. �Sho os ' ns Pitio may not Y re P res( as - built conditions. II 4. The contractors hall be responsi: for verifying the exact location all existing underground utliti whether shown on these plans not. Notification of the 11ltil c0 mpanl.es 48 hours in advance construction rut ' tlo n is required. 5. Contractor is responsible. for fie verifying existing and propos grades prior to any constructi( and reporting any inconsistenci to the Owner. 6. All construction shall be accordance with the current B( Standard Specifications, )etai] and Design Guidelines for Wate Sewer, Streets, and Dranag unless otherwise noted. 7. The contractor shall be resporisib' for the containment and grope disposal of all liquid and soli waste associated with the projec and shall use all means necessar to prevent the occurrence of win blown litter. 8. 'It is the intent of these plans t comply with all City of Colleg Station guidelines, details, ani specifications. 9. See Sheet C1 - General Notes. Property Owner/ Applicant: Jed Waltemathe 2012 Finfeather Rd Bryan, TX 77801 OF TE'�-9511 it 1 00 •GLENN. JON S�••••.•% ,� 97600 00 / . \ S/ONAL E The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed documen out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an off under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. No. I Revision/Issue Firm Name and Address: rt^ � K 4'-� ® 9 4FJ4 Engineering. �WA PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 WWW.T4En& neering• com Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggreland Express Carwas, at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision---1.254AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas Date: Oct2014 Scale: As Noted Sheet: C2 Landscape Notes: 1. All trees shall be provided as -container grown trees. 2. All landscaping plant material shall be guaranteed for a period of thirty days from the date of installation by contractor. After thirty days, the owner will be responsible for maintenance of all landscaping. 3. The property owner is responsible for regular weeding, mowing, fertilizing, and other maintenance of all plantings following acceptance from Contractor. The required landscaping must be maintained in a healthy, growing condition at -all times. 4. Plant material shown here is represented at its mature size. Plantings to be installed will be significantly smaller than those shown and should not be expected to reach maturity for several years dependant on growing conditions. 5. Contractor is to seed all disturbed areas left unpaved and guarantee coverage of vegetation until establishment of grass. Grass type shall be Bermuda grass or Rye/Bermuda mixture. 6. All water meters, hydrants, valves, manholes, and cleanouts, on or adjacent to the property, must remain accessible during construction and upon the completion of necessary grading and landscaping. 7. "Cal." indicates caliper at 12" above the ground. Multi -trunk trees' caliper is measured with the single, largest cane. Points Required Landscaping Requirements 42,091 Disturbed Area (sf) (42091 sf /1,000) x 30 Points = 1263 (Min of 800 Points) Additional Landscape Points for Streetscape WD Fitch - (67'/50) x 300 Points = 402 Greens Prairie - (208'/50) x 300 Points = 1248 Total Points Required = 2913 G". Streetscape Required Provided WD Fitch Streetscape: 67/25 = 3 Canopy Trees Required Quantity Greens Prairie Streetscape: 208'/32= 7 Canopy Trees Required 5 Canopy Trees Provided &20Non-Canopy Trees Provided* Live Oak * 2 NON -CANOPY TREES COUNT AS 1 CANOPY TREE Points Provided Symbol Size Name &Type Quantity Point Value Total Points 285 Live Oak Cb than 2" in diameter. � Y ,. ° 2.1" -3.4" CAL. (Quercus virginia) Canopy 6 150 900 root ball on all sides. Live Oak 2.1" -3.4" CAL. (Quercus virginia) 5 150 750 Canopy Streetscape Crepe Myrtle Bigger than 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 14 40 560 Non -Canopy Crepe Myrtle Biggerthan 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 20 40 800 Non -Canopy Streetscape Waxleaf Ligustrum Q Min. 5Gallon (ligustrumjaponicum) 23 10 230 Shrub Total Points Provided = 3240 \ �� - _ A �A - S S S �= S 2- p' (I Bare so' area (TY. no turf h Notes: 1. Trees to burlapped or 2. If container container fr' planting. 3. Top of root higher than f 4. Top of roc exposed. Bare soil area (TYP)-No turf here Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. Fully remove native soil to the size of container. 2. Fully remove all construction debris, trash, rocks and any other material greater than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil containing 40% sandy loam topsoil, 40% black humus and 20% sharp sand. 4. Dig planting hole width 12" larger than rootball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. 6. Root flare shall be exposed. Root ball to rest on native soil Native soil Tree Staking & Planting N.T.S 8" Depth Notes: 3" Depth 1. Container grown plants only. 2. Remove containers from plants before installing. 3. Place plants in prepared bed as shown. 4. Edge spacing for plants varies with species and location. Shrub Planting N.T.S + Groundcover plant material, (TYP) evenly distribute the specified quantity of plants within each designated area. Maintain edge and separation separation distances between plant types. 3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. Fully remove native soil to the size l of container. 285 rocks and any ` other Cb than 2" in diameter. � Y ,. 3. Install premixed soil containing 50% native soil, 25% humus and 25% sand. 4. Dig planting :hole width 1.5x larger than root ball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. Groundcover plant material, (TYP) evenly distribute the specified quantity of plants within each designated area. Maintain edge and separation separation distances between plant types. 3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. Fully remove native soil to the size l of container. 285 rocks and any ` other material greater than 2" in diameter. � Y ,. 3. Install premixed soil containing 50% native soil, 25% humus and 25% sand. 4. Dig planting :hole width 1.5x larger than root ball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. Groundcover plant material, (TYP) evenly distribute the specified quantity of plants within each designated area. Maintain edge and separation separation distances between plant types. 3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. Fully remove native soil to the size l of container. 2. "Fully remove all' construction debris, trash, rocks and any ` other material greater than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil containing 50% native soil, 25% humus and 25% sand. 4. Dig planting :hole width 1.5x larger than root ball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. Make sure that plant root ball is fully p to the depth of the container in pre planting mix. Do not plant groundcover in mulch layer Native soil Landscape Plan General Notes: 1. An irrigation system to service all new plantings will be installed by a certified installer prior to a certificate of occupancy being issued. 2. Irrigation system must be protected by either a pressure vacuum breaker, reduced pressure principle back flow device, or a double-check back flow device and installed as per City of College Station Ordinance 2394. 3. All backflow devices must be installed and tested upon installation as per City Ordinance 2394. 4. Contractor/developer to furnish accurate as -built irrigation plans to City of College Station Parks Department. Show lines, valves, heads, controller, wiring, etc. 5. 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. 6. It is the intent of these- plans to comply with all City of College Station guidelines, specifications, & details. 7. See Sheet Cl - General Notes. OF TE r Xqst AW Aw .00 *:'�•• '. k �j 00 �..,��GLENN .JON S..•....O 97600 j G ,r The seal on this document was authorized by Glenn Jones #97600 on this date, Oct 29, 2014. Alteration of a sealed document with out proper notification to the responsible engineer is an offense under the Texas Engineering Practice Act. No. I Revision/Issue I Date FYrm Name and Address: r, J4[n gineenng ;y Yss PO Box 5192 - Bryan, Texas - 77805 979-739-0567 www.J4Engneermg.com Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggleland Express Carwash at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Business Center Subdivision -1.254 AC College Station, Brazos County, Texas go Date: Sheet: Oct 2014 scale: L1 As Noted Landscape Notes: 1. All trees shall be provided as container grown trees. 2. All landscaping plant material shall be guaranteed for a period of thirty days from the date of installation by contractor. After thirty days, the owner will be responsible for maintenance of all landscaping. 3. The property owner is responsible for regular weeding, mowing, fertilizing, and other maintenance of all plantings following acceptance from Contractor. The required landscaping must be maintained in a healthy, growing condition at all times. 4. Plant material shown here is represented at its mature size. Plantings to be installed will be significantly smaller than those shown and should not be expected to reach maturity for several years dependant on growing conditions. 5. Contractor is to seed all disturbed areas left unpaved and guarantee coverage of vegetation until establishment of grass. Grass type shall be Bermuda grass or Rye/Bermuda mixture. --6. - All - water ---meters, hydrants, valves, manholes, and cleanouts, on or adjacent to the property, must remain accessible during construction and upon the completion of necessary grading and landscaping. 7. "Cal." indicates caliper at 12" above the ground. Multi -trunk trees' caliper is measured with the single, largest cane. Points Required Landscaping Requirements 42,091 Disturbed Area (sf) (42091 sf /1,000) x 30 Points = 1263 (Min of 800 Points) Additional Landscape Points for Streetscape WD Fitch - (67/50) x 300 Points = 402 Greens Prairie - (208'/50) x 300 Points = 1248 Total Points Required = 2913 Streetscape Required Provided WD Fitch Streetscape: 67`/25= 3 Canopy Trees Required Greens Prairie Streetscape: 208`/32= 7CanopyTrees Required 5Canopy Trees Provided &` 20 Non -Canopy Trees Provided* * 2 NON -CANOPY TREES COUNT AS 1 CANOPY TREE Points Provided Symbol Size Name &Type Quantity Point Value Total Points s container. 2 I 2. Fully remove all construction debris, II -I) installation as per City Ordinal trash, rocks and any other material Live Oak greater than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil containing 40% 2.1" -3.4" CAL. (Quercus virginia) 6 150 900 O rootball on all sides. Canopy Scarify root ball. 6. Root flare shall be exposed. Live Oak 4. Contractor/developer to furn ~\ 2.1" -3.4" CAL. (Quercus virginia) 5 150 750 \ Canopy Streetscape to City of College Station ',i Pa: \ Department. Show lines, vale Crepe Myrtle Biggerthan 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 14 40 560 Non -Canopy Crepe Myrtle decorative Paving, iv decorate rc Biggerthan 1.25" CAL. (Lagerstroemia indica) 20 40 800 \ Non -Canopy Streetscape required in parking lot islan Q Min. 5 Gallon Waxleaf Ligustrum (ligustrum japonicum) 14 10 140 swales and drainage ureas; 1 Shrub Total Points Provided = 3150 20 10' _ o Z` c o 14 A 4- 0 \Y d .IcN,I a ° d°d• Ad � ._ , .. d.. ... d G •d d d A. 4. d .. v .'O `� •'4 • .a' d • - aQ ° •. O d 4, a °: ° d d •°, d.A �A QJ . : /3 A . O d S •v d' .d ° d• ."4.°: .d d a °• ° ,d' a •e• "0 •a: v a a 4 • ° d •C \ ai ':d ,Q -� ° a .. .."ba" •.e• a \ ° °d "° dao d' e•: e • ,a\•.° \ \ a d d d O -7774. 2-„T„ posts (TYP) Bare soil area (TYP) - no turf here Notes: 3' 3" 1. Trees to be balled and burlapped or container grown 2. If container grown, remove container from tree before planting. 3. Top of root ball to be 3" higher than final grade. 4. Top of root ball to be exposed. Root ball torest on native soil Native soil Tree Staking & Planting N.T.S Bare soil area (TYP)-No turf here Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 12" 1. Fully remove native soil to the size of s container. 2 I 2. Fully remove all construction debris, II -I) installation as per City Ordinal trash, rocks and any other material jL greater than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil containing 40% sandy loam topsoil, 40% black humus \ and 20% sharp sand. 4. Dig planting hole width 12" larger than rootball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. 6. Root flare shall be exposed. 8" Depth Notes: 3" Depth 1. Container grown plants only. 2. Remove containers from plants before installing. 3. Place plants in prepared bed as shown. 4. Edge spacing for plants varies with species and location. \ 20 Landscape Plan General Notes: An irrigation system to service new plantings will be installed \ a certified installer prior i to \ certificate of occupancy be \ issued. 2. Irrigation system must protected by either a pi ess vacuum breaker, reduced pi ess \ principle back flow device, or double-check back flow devi e < \ installed as per City of Doll \ \ Station Ordinance 2394. i• 3. All backflow devices must Gr o,.tndcover., plant material, (T' distribute the specified quantity within each designated area. Ma and separation separation distant plant types. 3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. :Fully remove native soil to t 'container. 2. !Fully remove all construction di rocks and any other mates than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil cont native soil, 25% humus and 25% 4. Dig planting hole width 1.5x root ball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. Make sure that plant root ball is f to the depth of the container i planting mix. Do not plant groundcover in mulch Native soil 1• Preliminary Plans C rn Not for Constructi This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jone: P.E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be lusec for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes Released for R __evenly _. _ _ _ plants No: Revision/Issue I Dat in edge between size of , trash, greater .g 50% d. r than T planted prepared Firm Name and Address: >f Ingineerin PO Box 5192 -Bryan, Texas - 7781 979-739-0567 www,.T4Engmeermg. Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggieland Express Carr at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway only, Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Bust Center Subdivision---1.254AC College Station, Brazos County, Te. Shrub Planting N.T.S nate: Aug2014 Scale: As Noted Sheet: L� installed and tested 1I ul \ installation as per City Ordinal \ 2394. \ ` 4. Contractor/developer to furn ~\ accurate as -built irrigation ply \ \ to City of College Station ',i Pa: \ Department. Show lines, vale \ heads, controller, wiring, etc. \ ��' 5. 100% coverage of groundcov decorative Paving, iv decorate rc (not loose) or a -perennial grass 4 - \ - required in parking lot islan swales and drainage ureas; 1 parking lot setback, rights -of -w \ and adjacent property disturt \ during construction. \ 6. It is the intent of these plans I comply with all City of CORE Station guidelines, specifications, details. t \ I 7. See Sheet C1 - General Notes / / I Gr o,.tndcover., plant material, (T' distribute the specified quantity within each designated area. Ma and separation separation distant plant types. 3" mulch layer. No geo- textile weed barrier fabric planting beds. Prepared bedding soil backfill (TYP) 1. :Fully remove native soil to t 'container. 2. !Fully remove all construction di rocks and any other mates than 2" in diameter. 3. Install premixed soil cont native soil, 25% humus and 25% 4. Dig planting hole width 1.5x root ball on all sides. 5. Scarify root ball. Make sure that plant root ball is f to the depth of the container i planting mix. Do not plant groundcover in mulch Native soil 1• Preliminary Plans C rn Not for Constructi This document is released for the purpose of interim review under the authority of Glenn Jone: P.E. 97600 on Aug 15, 2014. It is not to be lusec for construction, bidding, or permitting purposes Released for R __evenly _. _ _ _ plants No: Revision/Issue I Dat in edge between size of , trash, greater .g 50% d. r than T planted prepared Firm Name and Address: >f Ingineerin PO Box 5192 -Bryan, Texas - 7781 979-739-0567 www,.T4Engmeermg. Firm# 9951 Project Name and Address: Aggieland Express Carr at Castlegate Plaza 790 William D. Fitch Parkway only, Lot 1R A, Block 1- Castlegate Bust Center Subdivision---1.254AC College Station, Brazos County, Te. Shrub Planting N.T.S nate: Aug2014 Scale: As Noted Sheet: L�