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Staff Review Comments STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: BUFFALO WILD WINGS -SP — 04- 00500072 This is a stop review: Items that need to be addressed may affect the layout of the site. The following comments do not constitute a full site plan review. The following comments are a cursory review. PLANNING 1. Provide a general note that all roof and ground- mounted mechanical equipment shall be screened from view or isolated so as not to be visible from any public right - of -way or residential district within 150' of the subject lot, measured from a point five feet above grade. Such screening shall be coordinated with the building architecture and scale to maintain a unified appearance. 2. Final Plat must be on file prior to site plan approval. 3. Per previous conversations between Ken Fogle, (City Transportation Planner) and Mr. Stone (Applicant) back in January concerning the access easement that is already in place at the front of the property, and that was just recently discussed again with Becky Poe w /JHW. There were traffic control and safety concerns about the access to remain up front. The access that is being proposed in the back is not an option. Please resubmit with the access across the front. Please keep in mind that the subject property is located in the (OV) Overlay Corridor, so if you intend to design your site with parking up front (Per Section 5.8.A.1 Setbacks) there shall be a setback of 20 -feet from the right -of -way to the parking area. 4. Per site plan check list, please provide: • Current zoning on site plan, as well as all abutting parcels. • Driveways opposite and adjacent per Driveway Ordinance. • Water courses • Meter locations • Topography (2' max or spot elevations) and other pertinent drainage information. • Phasing. Each phase must stand alone to meet ordinance requirements. With the proposed shared parking agreement, phase II will need to be approved with this development. Please show entire site. • Building setbacks. 5. Please be aware that the subject property is required to share signage with lots C,D and E. (as discussed in the pre - application meeting 01- 12 -04) 6. Please be aware of the attached signage requirements for the Overlay District. (Section 5.8.A.2.a,b &c) 7. (Section 7.9.C. Prohibited Materials) No more than 40% of the exterior building materials shall include the following: smooth -faced concrete block, tilt -up concrete panels, or pre- fabricated steel panels. 8. Building materials and sign colors must be muted natural colors matching the adjacent development in the area. (See Section 5.8.A.3 Building Colors) Must provide elevation drawings and color samples. NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. Page 2 of 3 LANDSCAPING /STREETSCAPING /BUFFER 9. Provide a general note that 100% coverage of groundcover, decorative paving, decorative rock, 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. 10.WiIl address landscape /streetscape /buffer comments when the site plan is re- submitted. Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves Date: 04 -09 -04 ENGINEERING 1. Insufficient information to do any kind of review. STOP REVIEW. Not approvable. Only 2 comments are returned at this time. 2. Development Permit is required as well as Site Plan. 3. Cross access to Chimney Hill Block V Lot 2 not shown as discussed. See UDO for cross access easement requirements. 4. Existing drive is noncompliant. Minimum commercial driveway width is 24 -ft. With all the traffic into these lots the drive should meet 24 -ft minimum. See UDO for driveway information. Reviewed by: Spencer Thompson Date: March 12, 2004 ELECTRICAL 1. Developer installs conduit per city specs and design. 2. Developer provides 30' of rigid conduit for riser poles. Developer installs first 10'. City installs remainder. 3. Developer pours transformer pad(s) per city specs and design. 4. Developer installs pull boxes as per city specs and design.(pull boxes provided by the city. 5. Developer provides digital AutoCAD 2002 version of plat and /or site plan. email to rbolin(c�cstx.gov 6. Developer provides load data for project. 7. Developer provides temporary blanket easement for construction purposes. 8. Developer provides easements for electric infrastructure as installed for electric lines. 9. Developer works out electrical details with CSU. Reviewed by: Ronnie Bolin Date: 3 -10 -04 MISCELLANEOUS 1. Irrigation system must be protected by either a Pressure Vacuum Breaker, a Reduced Pressure Principle Back Flow Device, or a Double -Check Back Flow Device, and installed as per City Ordinance 2394. 2. All BackFlow devices must be installed and tested upon installation as per City Ordinance 2394. NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. Page 3 of 3 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 Project: BUFFALO WILD WINGS (SP) - 04- 00500072 This is a stop review: Items that need to be addressed may affect the layout of the site. The following comments do not constitute a full site plan review. The following comments are a cursory review. PLANNING 1. The sanitation truck cannot service the dumpster in the proposed location due to the angle that the truck would have to approach the dumpster. (per Pete Caler, Sanitation Superintendent) 2. (Per Section 7.2.D.1.) End Islands - A raised island, encompassing not less than 180 square feet in area, shall be located at both ends of every interior and peripheral parking row, regardless of the length of the row. 3. Ramps will be required on all of the proposed sidewalks. Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves Date: 04 -06 -04 ENGINEERING 1. Comments will be returned upon a complete submittal. NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. 2 of 2 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 3 Project: BUFFALO WILD WINGS (SP) - 04- 00500072 PLANNING 1. Bradford Pear is considered a non - canopy tree. Please provide a canopy species from the College Station Plant List. (Can provide you with one upon request). 2. Streetscape calculation is incorrect: 240.55 divided by 50 = 4.81 x 300 = 1443.3, this added to 1800 (landscape point requirement) = 3243.3 for your total point requirement for the site. Currently 2160 is being provided. Please make necessary changes. 3. The parking spaces along the 35- access easement are visible from University Drive, these spaces will be required to be screened. 4. Please note on the site plan: "At any given time there is a seating area provided outside, the property owner will be required to provide additional parking to meet the parking requirement ". Please be aware that this site is built out and does not have the room for additional parking unless a parking agreement and cross access easement is approved by the city on the phase II portion of this development. 5. Per (Section 7.2.I.6.c.) Bicycle Parking: The Administrator may authorize a reduction in the number of required off - street parking spaces for developments or uses that provide bicycle parking or that makes special provisions to accommodate bicyclists. Examples, and connections to the route (s) within or adjacent to the development. If the developer would agree to install a bike rack at the front south west portion of the 15 -foot concrete walkway that runs along the west side of the building, staff would allow for the one parking space north of the dumpster to become part of the end island for safety purposes (a parking space will not work in this location). 6. Please note on the site plan that an irrigation plan must be approved installed prior to C.O. 7. Please note on the site plan that the subject property is required to share signage with lots C, D and E. Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves Date: 06 -22 -04 ENGINEERING 1. As presented, the fire line is a public line and requires construction documents be submitted for review. 2. Include fire hydrant and valve relocation information with 8" water line construction documents. 3. Water design report is required. 4. Show location of irrigation meter. It must be located within a public utility easement. 5. Provide additional design information for the grade change along the shared access drive with the existing hotel. It appears that there is 10% slope in the walkway west of the handicap ramps. Is this ADA compliant? NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. 2 of 3 6. What is elevation of existing hotel pavement. 7. A portion of the rip -rap for Drainage Area A is located off -site. You will need an off - site drainage easement or remove rip -rap from adjacent property. 8. Is the 33% slope behind the dumpster pad enough to support the dumpster weight? Will a retaining wall be necessary? 9. Show location of construction exit on Erosion Control Plan. 10. Do you have permission from the adjacent property owners to encroach into their properties with construction activities, silts fence, or storage? 11. Drainage design will be discussed at meeting scheduled on 06/29/04. Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: June 28, 2004 ELECTRICAL (Same comments from Review #1 as an FYI) Please contact Tony Michalsky if you have any questions 979 - 764 -3438 (J.Reeves). 1. Developer installs conduit per city specs and design. 2. Developer provides 30' of rigid conduit for riser poles. Developer installs first 10'. City installs remainder. 3. Developer pours transformer pad(s) per city specs and design. 4. Developer installs pull boxes as per city specs and design. (pull boxes provided by the city. 5. Developer provides digital AutoCAD 2002 version of plat and /or site plan. email to rbolin(a�cstx.gov 6. Developer provides load data for project. 7. Developer provides temporary blanket easement for construction purposes. 8. Developer provides easements for electric infrastructure as installed for electric lines. 9. Developer works out electrical details with CSU. Reviewed by: Tony Michalsky Date: 06 -22 -04 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. 3 of 3 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS No. 4 Project: BUFFALO WILD WINGS (SP) - 04- 00500072 PLANNING 1. Per my conversation with Jonathon the retaining wall along the sidewalk up front will be required to be decorative treatment (stucco to match the building). 2. As previously commented on staff review comments #3 "At any given time there is a seating area provided outside, the property owner will be required to provide additional parking to meet the parking requirement ". Please be aware that this site is built out and does not have the room for additional parking unless a parking agreement and cross access easement is approved by the city on the phase 11 portion of this development ". Reviewed by: Jennifer Reeves Date: 08 -13 -04 ENGINEERING 1. Minimum width of the PUE for the water (fire) line is 15 feet. This will also need to be reflected in the easement dedication documents. 2. Fire line design needs to be sealed by a Registered Professional Engineer. It appears that Mr. Garrett is certifying the plat, not sealing the design. 3. Minimum cover for the water (fire) line is 4 feet. 4. Please tap the 3" water (fire) line for the irrigation line instead of the 8" line. 5. The meter vault assembly is not required and the bypass is not allowed. You only need to tap the 3" line for your domestic line. Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: August 12, 2004 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City, will constitute a completely new review. 3 of 3 ENGINEERING REVIEW COMMENTS No. 1 (Per meeting on 6- 29 -04) As presented, the drainage report does not meet the Drainage Ordinance. 1. Please refine your drainage areas and /or study points. 2. Property is within the mandatory 100 -year detention area. You are required to detain the 100 -year storm. Detention Area A does not do this. 3. What is the total post development discharge from each drainage area (free -flow and detention)? It has to be less than the pre - development flow at study point(s). Please provide this in tabular form. 4. Modify discharge to return to more of a sheet flow. Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: July 7, 2004 NOTE: Any changes made to the plans, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained in your next transmittal letter and "bubbled" on your plans. Any additional changes on these plans that have not been pointed out to the City of College Station will constitute a completely new review. Page 2 of 2