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Staff CommentsSTAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Project: SOUTHWEST CROSSING @ BEE CREEK (SP) — 04 -241 Because there are issues with the proposed site plan that may affect the layout of the project, staff could only make a preliminary review of the plan. At this time, it is not considered a complete submittal. The following comments are intended to help clarify what is needed to make a full review of the plan possible. MISCELLANEOUS 1. Access driveway on FM 2154 (Wellborn Road) shall be shared, as indicated, with the Schick Addition. 2. Unless existing, proposed driveway to the north (160') does not meet TxDOT's "Regulations for Access Driveways to State Highways ". Access regulations are primarily based on posted speed limits and distances between proposed & adjacent access points. For posted speed limits of 45 MPH a spacing of 360' between driveways is required. Reviewed by: Karl Nelson, TxDOT Date: 10 -15 -04 PLANNING 1. Please clearly identify the extent of this project and the phasing of this project. All lots of the building plot should be noted. This will determine how drive aisles, setbacks, and off -site improvements are treated. The following is how Section 7.1.G. of the UDO addresses "building plot ": Building Plot 1. Building plot refers to all of the land within an area defined by the Administrator that consists of one or more platted lots for a single development. Such determination shall be made at the platting stage or at the time of site plan. 2. In the event that two or more lots are under single ownership and the existing structure does not meet the required yard setback, both lots shall be construed as the building plot. 3. The Administrator shall determine the building plot using the following criteria: a. Contiguous properties that consist of less than two acres and have one or fewer frontages on a street classified as a collector or higher on the current Thoroughfare Plan will be consolidated and defined as one building plot for the purposes of signage; b. Contiguous properties that develop according to a common plan or design for similar or compatible uses, which singularly or in phases, is treated as such for site plan review purposes including signage; or c. Contiguous properties that as determined by the Administrator need to be consolidated for ease of access, reduction of the proliferation of 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 4 signage along the public right -of -way, or other public health, safety, or general welfare reasons. 2. From the driveway onto Southwest Parkway, the distance to opposite and adjacent driveways needs to be identified. 3. Required driveway throat depths need to be met. 4. Zoning and property ownership needs to be identified. 5. Fire hydrants can not be located in drive aisles. 6. Two -way traffic circulation should be accommodated around the northernmost Phase 1 Building C. All buildings are labeled "Building C ". 7. Required buffer plantings have to be planted in the buffer yard. 8. The landscape plan needs to be phased with the site plan. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: October 29, 2004 ENGINEERING 1. Site Plan cannot be approved until Final Plat is filed. Provide Water Design Report. 2. Minimum width of a fire lane is 20 feet. The fire lanes off Wellborn Road are less than the minimum. 3. Make sure 5' ROW that was dedicated with the Plat has been taken in to account with the Site Plan. 4. Show floodplain limits on the Site Plan. 5. The removal of the existing easements will have to be through the abandonment process which is approved by City Council. 6. It appears that Lot 5R is under different ownership from the rest of the site. Consent for improvements from this landowner and associated shared access and parking easements will be required for Site Plan approval. 7. Private utilities (stormwater) cannot be located within a PUE. The northeast end of the storm pipe appears to be loactred within the proposed PUE for the relocated electric line. 8. Erosion control measured need to include detention pond and inlets. 9. Provide service line sizes and slopes. Private sewer service to meet building code. 10. Provide water and sewer demands. 11. Show location of domestic and irrigation meters. They are required to be locted within and easement or ROW. 12. Fire hydrants shall not be located closer than 9 feet from any wastewater main or appurtenance. 13. Show detention pond oultlet. 14. Bottom of detention pond requires sloping and trickle channel. 15. Please refer to the Drainage Policy and Design Manual for all requirements for complete Drainage Report submittal. 16. How are you ensuring that the discharge makes it to the drainage creek? Will any downstream grading be required? 17. Provide detention pond routing (elevation in the pond resulting from the associated inflow and outflow) as part of drainage report. 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 4 18. There are a number of unfinished sentences in the Drainage Report. 19. The Drainage Report should show that the post development flow does not exceed the predevelopment flow for all required storm events, not that storage required does not exceed storage provided. 20. Demonstrate that the proposed detention pond will not be encroaching in the floodway. 21. Per the Drainage Ordinance regarding detention facilities, you need to design for all sequence of storms up to the maximum (25 year). Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: November 8, 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 5. provided by the city). 6. Developer provides digital AutoCAD 2000 version of plat and /or site plan. 7. email to tmichals[a?cstx.gov 8. Developer provides load data for project. 9. Developer provides temporary blanket easement for construction purposes. (Needed before electric infrastructure can be energized.) 10. Developer provides easements for electric infrastructure as installed for electric lines to release temporary blanket easement. 11. Developer is responsible for the cost of relocating the existing overhead line. Would like discuss location for relocating the overhead line. 12. Once we receive the AutoCad site plan we will do an electric plan and provide it to the developer for the installation of conduit and transformer pads. 13. To discuss any of the above electrical comments, please contact Tony Michalsky at 979.764.3438. Reviewed by: Tony Michalsky Date: 10 -28 -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. Page 4 of 4 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 3 Project: SOUTHWEST CROSSING @ BEE CREEK (SP) - 04 -241 Because there are issues with the proposed site plan that may affect the layout of the project or determine which regulations are used for specific site plan items, staff could only make a preliminary review of the plan. At this time, it is not considered a complete submittal. With the next submittal, the discrepancies regarding phasing and parking have to be addressed. How some non - residential architectural standards are reviewed depends on these items. The following comments are intended to help clarify what is needed to make a full review of the plan possible. PLANNING 1. On sheet C1.0 Existing Conditions, the plat information does not reflect what exists or what has been proposed. 2. Please list the developer and developer's contact information on the site plan. 3. On the site plan, please identify the site area. 4. Please call out the scale on the site plan. 5. Please identify the zoning of the area proposed for development. 6. The residential zoning to the north is R -1. Please clarify this on the site plan as it affects the buffer requirements for this project. 7. Please identify the square feet of each building and describe the use. 8. The building setbacks shown on the site plan are incorrect. 9. Please clearly identify the property line on the site plan. 10. The base map for the site and landscaping plans need to be identical. 11. On the site and landscaping plans, please identify the phases of all the buildings /pad sites and areas and insure they are identical on both plans. 12. Please call out the spacing of driveway access to show the projects meets the requirements of the UDO Section 7.3.C.3 Spacing of Driveway Access. 13. The edge of all paved areas must be curbed. Please clarify that there will be curbing around the future pad sites. 14. Please provide curbing detail. 15. Will there be a drive -thru on the northern side of the northernmost unidentified building on the site plan? If so, more information on the traffic circulation is needed. If not, the median may need to be larger. 16. Bicycle parking is required to be included in all non - residential projects. 17. Please refer to the chart in the UDO Section 7.2.0 Dimensions and Access for the required dimensions related to angled parking. 18. Only 117 parking spaces are shown on the site plan. Please update the parking analysis to reflect this and remove phase two information unless all aspects of phase two will be considered with this plan. 19. Please ensure all meters are located in a Public Utility Easement. 20. Please identify transformer location(s) and the method(s) used to screen it. 21. The drives to service solid waste are required to be built to fire lane standards. Please identify this on the site plan. Also, identify the fire lane access to /from Wellborn. 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 4 22. On the site plan, the existing fire hydrants need to be shown as "to be removed" and their new locations shown. 23.The site and landscaping plans are showing different buffer wall lengths. Please reconcile the discrepancy. 24. The buffer ordinance requires the wall to be built within one foot of the property line shared with R -1. Unless the applicant would like to request the alternate location (please submit the extenuating circumstances), please move the proposed wall. 25. The buffer yard extends 15 feet from the R -1 property line. Please include the required buffer plantings in this yard. 26. Landscaping can only be approved for a future phase if the layout of the future phase is approved with the site plan (see comments #10 and 11). 27. On the landscape plan, please show the linear feet distances used for streetscaping along the rights -of -way. I am calculating numbers larger than what were used. 28. On the landscape plan, please identify the minimum acceptable caliper of the non - canopy trees. 29. Please describe the solid waste enclosures. 30. NOTE: Please be aware that outdoor lighting standards exist in the UDO Section 7.10 Outdoor Lighting Standards. These requirements will have to be met for a Certificate of Occupancy. 31. NOTE: Signage is approved through a separate process. Its placement and size will be reviewed when someone applies for a sign permit. Elevations These need not be approved before the site plan but will be required to be approved before building permit. Thank you for your submittal of these in January. I have delayed their review until they could be reviewed with revised civils. Elevations will be needed of all sides of these buildings. Please call out dimensions and percentages on the elevations so compliance can be determined with the following non - residential architectural standards: For the front facades: • 2 design elements for every 45 feet (UDO Section 7.9.C) • Not more than 66% of a roof line be at the same elevation (to be considered a different elevation, there has to be a change of at least 2 feet) (Section 7.9.C) • At least 25% of the fagade be brick, stone, etc. (Section 7.9.D.3) • Brick, stone, marble, etc. below 30 inches from the ground (Section 7.9.D.3) For all other facades visible from a right -of -way: • One design element for every 60 feet (Section 7.9.C) • Building materials and colors and, if necessary, their percentages (Section 7.9.D) • Brick, stone, marble, etc. below 30 inches from the ground (Section 7.9.D.3) For remaining facades: • Building materials and colors and, if necessary, their percentages (Section 7.9.D) 2. Color samples are required. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: March 17, 2005 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 4 21. The drives to service solid waste are required to be built to fire lane standards. Please identify this on the site plan. Also, identify the fire lane access to /from Wellborn. 22. On the site plan, the existing fire hydrants need to be shown as "to be removed" and their new locations shown. 23.The site and landscaping plans are showing different buffer wall lengths. Please reconcile the discrepancy. 24. The buffer ordinance requires the wall to be built within one foot of the property line shared with R -1. Unless the applicant would like to request the alternate location (please submit the extenuating circumstances), please move the proposed wall. 25. The buffer yard extends 15 feet from the R -1 property line. Please include the required buffer plantings in this yard. 26. Landscaping can only be approved for a future phase if the layout of the future phase is approved with the site plan (see comments #10 and 11). 27. On the landscape plan, please show the linear feet distances used for streetscaping along the rights -of -way. I am calculating numbers larger than what were used. 28. On the landscape plan, please identify the minimum acceptable caliper of the non - canopy trees. 29. Please describe the solid waste enclosures. 30. NOTE: Please be aware that outdoor lighting standards exist in the UDO Section 7.10 Outdoor Lighting Standards. These requirements will have to be met for a Certificate of Occupancy. 31. NOTE: Signage is approved through a separate process. Its placement and size will be reviewed when someone applies for a sign permit. Elevations These need not be approved before the site plan but will be required to be approved before building permit. Thank you for your submittal of these in January. I have delayed their review until they could be reviewed with revised civils. Elevations will be needed of all sides of these buildings. 1. Please call out dimensions and percentages on the elevations so compliance can be determined with the following non - residential architectural standards: For the front facades: • 2 design elements for every 45 feet (UDO Section 7.9.C) • Not more than 66% of a roof line be at the same elevation (to be considered a different elevation, there has to be a change of at least 2 feet) (Section 7.9.C) • At least 25% of the facade be brick, stone, etc. (Section 7.9.D.3) • Brick, stone, marble, etc. below 30 inches from the ground (Section 7.9.D.3) For all other facades visible from a right -of -way: • One design element for every 60 feet (Section 7.9.C) • Building materials and colors and, if necessary, their percentages (Section 7.9.D) • Brick, stone, marble, etc. below 30 inches from the ground (Section 7.9.D.3) For remaining facades: • Building materials and colors and, if necessary, their percentages (Section 7.9.D) 2. Color samples are required. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: March 17, 2005 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. 4 of 6 ENGINEERING 1. Site Plan cannot be approved until Final Plat is filed. 2. Provide revised Water Design Report. 3. Provide revised Drainage Report. 4. Provide TxDOT permit application with required copies of supporting documents. 5. Show floodplain limits on the Site Plan. 6. Show all existing easements on Site Plan. 7. Show all improvements required for Site development including any water and sewer extensions, public and private. 8. The removal of the existing easements will have to be through the abandonment process which is approved by City Council. 9. It appears that Lot 5R is under different ownership from the rest of the site. Consent for improvements from this landowner and associated shared access and parking easements will be required for Site Plan approval. 10. Private utilities (stormwater) cannot be located within a PUE. The northeast end of the storm pipe appears to be located within the proposed PUE for the relocated electric line. 11. Provide service line sizes and slope on sewer service. Private sewer service to meet building code. 12. Provide water and sewer demands on the Site Plan. 13. Show location of irrigation meter. 14. All meters are required to be located within and easement or ROW. Water lines are public up to the meter unless double check valves are installed. You may want to revise the layout of the water services to Buildings A, B, and C. 15. Fire hydrants shall not be located closer than 9 feet from any wastewater main or appurtenance. Make sure fire hydrant is at least 9 feet from sewer manhole. 16. Show detail and grading at storm sewer outfall. 17. A valve shall be located one less leg than every tee and cross. Position so that lines can be isolated. 18. Valves shall be located out from under pavement where possible. 19. Relocate water line out from under screening wall. 20. Show limits of structural backfill on profile. 21. Provide driveway tie -in details. 22. Provide pavement details. 23. Provide or cite BCS Unified Design Guidelines, specifications and details. Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: March 21, 2005 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. 4 of 4 f 14 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS No. 4 Project: SOUTHWEST CROSSING @ BEE CREEK (SP) - 04- 00500241 PLANNING 1. On the site plan, it is not necessary to call out the size of the platted lots, but it is necessary to call out the size of the area under development (i.e., all of Phase I without the pad site areas of Phase 11, without the area of Phase III). 2. Please remove plat calls that have no meaning on the site and landscape plans. 3. In regards to Note #7, R -1 residential also abuts part of Phase I to the north. Please clarify this on the site plan as it affects the buffer requirements for the project. 4. Please show the C -1 zoning of the corner property. 5. Please complete note # 9 on the site plan. 6. The building setback line from Wellborn scales to 20 feet. It should be 25. The building setback from Southwest Parkway is 15 feet. The building setback from the northern properties is 7.5 feet. Please reflect these setbacks. 7. Reconcile the phase designations along the eastern property line. 8. Please identify the distance of the driveway(s) to the east along Southwest Parkway or state that they are at least 300 feet away. 9. So it will not be used for parking, remove the stub -out behind the single dumpster. 10. Because of the hydrant at the existing driveway on Southwest Parkway, FIRE has stated that a fire lane is needed at the shared driveway, across to the relocated hydrant, and out to Wellborn. A lane is not needed from the easternmost Southwest Parkway driveway. Please be aware that Sanitation will still need their routes around Building B to be built to fire lane standards. 11. Please provide a sidewalk along Southwest Parkway. 12. Dumpster enclosures must be at least 12 feet deep. Please show this for the double enclosure. Also, identify if the double enclosure will receive the same treatment as the single. 13. The buffer applies to the shared property line to the edge of Phase I. Please show the buffer wall and plantings extended to this line. 14. The buffer yard extends 15 feet from the R -1 property line. Please include the required buffer plantings in this yard. 15. For ease and to encourage their use, bicycle racks are required to be separated from the landscaped planter boxes by 3 feet. 16. 1 only count 33 cedar elms and 31 wax myrtles. Please verify. 17. Please note on the landscape plan that all shrubs used along Southwest Parkway (parking screening) will be a minimum of 3 feet in height. 18. Please identify Phase II pad sites on the landscape plan. 19. NOTE: Walls over 6 feet tall must obtain a building permit. 20. NOTE: Before building permits can be issued, it must be shown that the structures will meet the requirements of UDO 7.9.0 Building Mass and Design, 7.9.D Building Materials, and 7.9.E Building Colors. 21. NOTE: Please be aware that outdoor lighting standards exist in the UDO Section 7.10. These requirements will have to be met for a Certificate of Occupancy. 22. NOTE: Signage is approved through a separate process. Its placement and size will be reviewed when someone applies for a sign permit. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: April 18, 2005 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 ENGINEERING 1. Plat info on the Site Plan should be from the plat you are filing. 2. Sheet C1.0 shows existing aerial electric easement. Please verify. If it is existing it will need to be abandoned. 3. Sheet C2.1 - remove grade point calls no longer needed. 4. Sheet C2.1 - Is there a grade break between your property and the convenience store to insure water is collected on you r property and not passed through? 5. Sheet C2.1 - Show tie -in of wingwall with the ground. 6. Sheet C2.2 - The notes appear on top of the Sandbag Curb Inlet Detail. 7. Sheet C3.1 - Relocate water meters out from drive aisle. 8. Sheet C3.1 - Provide sanitary sewer service line size and slope. (Previous comment) 9. Sheet C3.1 - Shows valve in TxDOT ROW. Relocate out from pavement. 10. FYI - Each tenant in a building is required an individual water meter. 11. TxDOT Utility permit required for utility work in TxDOT ROW. 12. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 - How do you intend to install tap on 12" water line? 13. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 - Provide roadway pavement repair information. 14. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 - Two valves shown at end of proposed 6" line, only one called out. 15. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 - Valves required on one less leg of every tee (Sta 3 +20). 16. Will Phase II share dumpsters with Phase I? If not, you need to make sure routes to Phase II dumpsters have appropriate pavement thickness. 17. Sheet S5.2 - I don't believe TxDOT allows undercutting of their roadway (Detail K) 18. Sheet S5.2 - Provide more detail of New Lane Construction (Detail K), new lane width, saw cut limits, gutter projection. 19. Provide additional dimensions on acceleration lane. 20. Provide curb return radii on driveways to be modified. 21. Can driver in aisle from Wellborn Road turn into drive - through lane at Building B? 22. Provide calculations to support no detention requirement. 23. Two different 100 -yr flood elevations are mentioned in your drainage report. Please rectify. 24. Provide storm sewer system calculations. 25. Water Design Report - Are you saying that all buildings will be sprinkled? Please re- evaluate the Report. You can do each building separately and may not have to sprinkle. Keep in mind that the 1750 flow does not have to come from one hydrant. Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: April 21, 2005 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. 5 Project: SOUTHWEST CROSSING @ BEE CREEK (SP) - 04- 00500241 PLANNING 1. Please remove plat calls that have no meaning on the site and landscape plans (metes and bounds). 2. Reconcile the phase designations along the eastern property line. 3. Note: The sidewalk along Southwest Parkway will require a Private Improvement in the Public Right -of -Way Permit as it is shown. 4. Please identify if the double enclosure will receive the same treatment as the single. 5. In regards to the buffer plantings, only canopy and non - canopy trees are required when a wall is incorporated. Shrubs may be substituted for non - canopies. While the project may provide more plantings than required, it is not necessary to provide the number of shrubs shown. If the desire is to substitute 3 non - canopy trees with shrubs, the calculation is made as follows: 1 non - canopy tree for every 15 feet => 3 non - canopy trees times 15 feet = 45 feet 1 shrub for every 3 feet => 45 feet divided by 3 feet = 15 shrubs. Therefore, 15 shrubs may be used in place of 3 non - canopy trees. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: May 2, 2005 ENGINEERING I(. Drainage Report — I see no difference between what was submitted in Exhibit C and Exhibit .2' for Reach 146. Please explain. They both say no detention at the top. Why do you show the proposed improvements on the existing conditions Sheet C1.0? You still call out an existing aerial electric easement. Please verify. If it is existing it will Sneed to be abandoned. w. Provide volume and page of all existing easements. e Show location of existing 20' PUE through Lot 5R on Site Plan and Utility Plan. 6. Sheet C2.1 - Is there a grade break between your property and the convenience store to insure water is collected on you r property and not passed through? (Repeat comment) Sheet C2.1 — Show tie -in of wingwall with the ground. (Repeat comment) Sheet C3.1 — Provide sanitary sewer service line size and slope. (Repeat comment) TxDOT Utility permit required for utility work in TxDOT ROW. (Repeat comment) Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 - How do you intend to install tap on 12" water line? (Repeat comment) . may Sheets (3.1 and C5.1 — Provide roadway pavement repair information. (Repeat comment) 12. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 — Two valves shown at end of proposed 6" line, only one called out. (Repeat comment) 13. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 — Valves required on one less leg of every tee (Sta 3 +20). (Repeat comment) Sheet S5.2 — I don't believe TxDOT allows undercutting of their roadway (Detail K) (Repeat comment) 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 15. Sheet S5.2 — Provide more detail of New Lane Construction (Detail K), new lane width, saw cut limits, gutter projection. (Repeat comment) 16. Provide additional dimensions on acceleration lane. (Repeat comment) 17. Can driver in aisle from Wellborn Road turn into drive - through lane at Building B? (Repeat comment) 1 Provide storm sewer system calculations. What are velocities? 01-�C�L �Q,•5� 19 Why do you call out a tap and valve for water service (Lot 5R)? Water line up to the meter is public. PUE will need to be dedicated over these lines to release the blanket easement. Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: May 4, 2005 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. 5 Project: SOUTHWEST CROSSING @ BEE CREEK (SP) - 04- 00500241 PLANNING 1. No comments. Reviewed by: ENGINEERING Molly Hitchcock Date: May 17, 2005 1. Sheet C2.1 — Show tie -in of wingwall with the ground. (Repeat comvnent) 2. Sheet C3.1 —The minimum slope on 6" sewer service is 1%. 3. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 — Provide water line tie in /roadway pavement concerning saw cutting extents or what you are proposing. 6hy heets C3.1 and C5.1 — Valve locations shown differently. do you call out a tap and valve for water service (Lot 5R)? 6. Storm pipe calculations —zero upstream velocities? 12' diameter pipe? Reviewed by: Carol Cotter �Vk- �c�,ve C rsvS repair information Date: May 4, 2005 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. 6 Project: SOUTHWEST CROSSING @ BEE CREEK (SP) - 04- 00500241 PLANNING 1. No comments. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: May 17, 2005 ENGINEERING 1. Sheet C2.1 — Show tie -in of wingwall with the ground. 2. Sheet C3.1 — The minimum slope on 6" sewer service is 1 %. 3. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 — Provide water line tie in /roadway pavement repair information concerning saw cutting extents or what you are proposing. 4. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 — Valve locations shown differently. 5. Why do you call out a tap and valve for water service (Lot 5R)? 6. Storm pipe calculations — zero upstream velocities? 12' diameter pipe? Provide appropriate velocity dissipation at outlet. 7. Water pipe material shall be SDR -14. (C0.1) 8. Gate valves shall conform to the current AWWA C515 standard. (C0.1) Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: May 26, 2005 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. 6 Project: SOUTHWEST CROSSING @ BEE CREEK (SP) - 04- 00500241 PLANNING 1. For 90- degree parking, the one -way aisle will have to be at least 23 feet wide. The aisle does not have this clearance with the drive -thru median. Angled parking only requires 12 -15 feet drive aisles. 2. The drive aisles that will be used for solid waste collection will have to be built to fire lane standards. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: July 29, 2005 ENGINEERING 1. No comments. Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Date: August 2, 2005 SANITATION 1. The angle of the double dumpster enclosure will have to be adjusted so that Sanitation can service the dumpsters after entering the property from the easternmost Southwest Parkway driveway. 2. The drive aisle from the eastern Southwest Parkway driveway, across the back of the property, and down between the buildings until it meets up with the fire lane will have to be constructed to fire lane standards. Reviewed by: Wally Urrutia Date: August 1, 2005 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 Project: SOUTHWEST CROSSING @ BEE CREEK (SP) - 04 -241 In October 2004, the College Station City Council passed an ordinance amending the Unified Development Ordinance to include higher standards of non - residential architectural (NRA) standards. While the Southwest Crossing site plan application was first turned into City offices before the ordinance took effect, a complete submittal has not been garnered and therefore has not vested. The current site plan proposal is considered incomplete at this time because it does not have all the information necessary to review the site plan in light of the NRA standards. To help with the new architectural requirements, I have included a copy of the ordinance. In addition, the submittal can not be considered complete without a landscape plan and information for the pad site that will be part of Phase I. If the pad site will not be built out at this time, it may be left as a grass /landscape area and all references to a pad site removed. 2 of 2 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 6 Project: SOUTHWEST CROSSING @ BEE CREEK (SP) - 04- 00500241 PLANNING 1. No comments. Reviewed by: Molly Hitchcock Date: May 17, 2005 ENGINEERING 1. Sheet C2.1 — Show tie -In of wingwall with the ground. r /sheet C3.1 — The minimum slope on 6" sewer service is 1 %. 1L Shaats M.1 and Cb.1 — provide water line tie in /roadway pavement repair information concerning saw cutting extents or what you are proposing. 4. Sheets C3.1 and C5.1 —Valve locations shown differently. 8. Why do you call out a tap and valve for water service (Lot 5R)? 6. Storm pipe calculations — zero upstream velocities? 12' diameter pipe? Provide ,appropriate velocity dissipation at outlet, Il,,Water pipe material shall be SDI -14. (C0.1) tV Gate valves shall conform to the current AWWA C516 standard. (CO. 1) Reviewed by: Carol Cotter Dale: May 26, 2005 NOTE: Any changes made to the plane, that have not been requested by the City of College Station, must be explained In ynnr 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 Z0 /Z0 39dd DES 1N3Wd0 S000 96bSb9L6L6 ev:CL 500Z /9Z /50