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Staff Comments ( CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning & Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue, P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM December 27, 2005 TO: John Measels, CEI Engineering, via fax 972 - 488 -6732 FROM: LINDSAY BOYER, Staff Planner SUBJECT: ROSA'S CAFE (SDSP) PLEASE DISREGARD PREVIOUS COMMENTS FOR SITE PLAN Staff reviewed the above - mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review and approval: One (1) complete set of construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached Easement Dedication Sheet and required documents Public Infrastructure Inspection Fee ($600) If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Bobby Cox Companies, via fax 817 - 377 -6280 Kling Engineering, via fax 979 - 846 -8252 Case file # 05- 00500104 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. 1 of 3 • STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS No. 4 Project: ROSA'S CAFE (SDSP) - 05- 00500104 PLANNING 1. Please relocate the storage building out of the easement or relocate the electrical line and easement. No permanent buildings may be located in an easement. Parking facilities may be located over an easement, so it may be possible to relocate the storage to the other side of the parking row. 2. Please resubmit the easement dedication sheet and required documents. We were unable to find any of the documents with everything that was submitted last week. Reviewed by: Lindsay Boyer Date: December 27, 2005 ENGINEERING 1. (Sheet C4) Provide clean -out every 100' for sanitary sewer service line. 2. (Sheet C4) Under "General Utility Notes — B" our standard sanitary sewer service line is SDR 26 not 36. 3. (Sheet C4.2) From the east side of the property the first 8" x 6" Tee that is crossed should include 1 additional valve. In order to be able to further isolate the system. 4. (Sheet C4.2) Label material type for 8" public water main. 5. (Sheet C4.2) On the profile detail for the 6" fire line, should be a 6" 90 degree bend not 6" x 6" Tee. Check profile. 6. (Sheet C4.2) On the profile detail for the 6" fire line, 4' of cover is required. 7. (Sheet C4.2) Where the new 8" water main ties to the existing 8" water main on the west side of the property is a gate valve needed, when a tapping saddle and valve is being used? Check plan and profile. 8. (Sheet C4.2) Please include a copy of the B /CS Standard Construction detail or make reference to them. 9. (Repeat Comment) Provide fire flow report. 10. (Repeat Comment) Provide water demands. 11. (Repeat Comment) Provide sanitary sewer demands. 12. FYI: Prior to issuing the development permit the following storm water management requirements must be accomplished, please contact Donnie Willis, CoCS Drainage Inspector (979- 764 -6375) if you have any questions: Storm Water Discharges from Small Construction Activities The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has issued a general permit for construction activities under the Texas Pollution Discharge Elimination System. The general permit (TXR150000) is for construction activities disturbing at least 1 but Tess than 5 acres or is part of a common plan of development disturbing at least 1 but less than 5 acres. You will need to follow these steps to discharge storm water from your construction site to the City of College Station's Municipal Separate Storm Water Sewer System (MS4): 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 1. Read the general permit (TXR150000) to make sure it applies to your situation. 2. Adhere to the requirements of the general permit (TXR150000). 3. Prepare and implement a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan in accordance with Part III of the general permit (TXR150000). 4. Sign and post a construction site notice. 5. At least 2 days before beginning construction, provide a copy of the site notice to the operator of any Municipal Separate Storm Water Sewer System (MS4) into which storm water will be discharged. A MS4s include streets, channels, gutters, ditches or anything else that is publicly owned, designed or used to collect or transport storm water. As long as you meet the conditions of this general permit, you are authorized to discharge storm water. No notice of intent (NOI), notice of termination (NOT), or fee is required under this option —as long as the requirements of this general permit are followed. This particular general permit will expire at midnight on March 5, 2008. A copy of General Permit TXR150000 can be obtained from TCEQ at: http /www.tceq.state.tx.us /assets /public /perm itting /waterquality/ attachments /stormwater /txr150000. pdf A copy of the construction site notice can be obtained from TCEQ at: http /www.tceq.state.tx. us /assets /public /perm itting /waterquality/ attachments /stormwater /txr152d2. pdf Reviewed by: Josh Norton Date: December 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 ( 0# 1114111111 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning & Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue, P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM December 12, 2005 TO: John Measels, CEI Engineering, via fax: 972 - 488 -6732 FROM: LINDSAY BOYER, Staff Planner SUBJECT: ROSA'S CAFE (SDSP) - Site Plan Staff reviewed the above - mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: J $200 processing fee for the next round of three (3) staff reviews; and, Six (6) complete sets of construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached V_ Two (2) revised site V One (1) landscaping plan ✓ One (1) 11x17 grading and erosion control plan ent heet and required documents. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Bobby Cox Companies, via fax 817 - 377 -6280 Case file #05- 00500104 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. 1 of 3 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 3 Project: ROSA'S CAFE (SDSP) - 05- 00500104 PLANNING • . - _ -. - • - • , ' •• . - ... • • until a Final Plat has been recorded (repeat comment). 2. - Phase - ti - • • • • - - - - - • . -- = - -site-ir pravement. Please relocate the phase line. 3. Please show property ownership of abutting properties. 4. Is there a dumpster enclosure or not? The architectural plans show an enclosure, however the comments back said it was screened by landscaping. If you are using only landscaping, then the landscaping should surround the dumpster pad, and be at least as tall as the dumpster. Also, the grease barrel may not be in the same enclosure as the dumpsters. The previous review showed this area to be separated. For the dumpster enclosure, there must be 12 feet by 24 feet clear space with no bollards. The architectural details show bollards. 5. Identify handicapped spaces. 6:- - • - -:, - • • - - - aerl• • • - - . - - - : . - -• 75% o eac . . • -. ' ease re• uce t e amount of EIFS on t e •ac ag- • - - • side o. 7. We were only able to find comparable colors for the Mauve Grey from our approved color list. The hot pink is prohibited as a fluorescent color. All other colors are considered accent colors and exceed the 15% limit on colors that are not on the approved color list. We have several colors that are similar to the Rosy Outlook for the EIFS but not comparable. If you were able to find a comparable color for this EIFS color, then the turquoise and the maroon would be fine as accent colors. I am also including a list of our approved colors from Sherwin Williams. If you wish to seek a variance for the color requirements or materials, then you must submit color elevations and material samples for all the restaurants of the franchise which have been built with a letter outlining your intent to seek a variance under Article 7, Section 9.K.2. Our next deadline for the Design Review Board is December 19, 2005 for the January 27, 2006 meeting. All of the required documentation is required by the deadline. 8. Please provide a sample of ALL building materials being used. We received a sample of the roof tile, however I have not seen any materials for the brick, clay, metal, glass, blocks, EIFS, or concrete. A material board with small samples will be sufficient. Reviewed by: Lindsay Boyer Date: December 8, 2005 ENGINEERING (Comments are related to the conversation with Orlando on Monday, December 12, 2005) 1. Please construct 8" public main from existing stub out on University Town Center development to the existing 8" public water main located the west of Rosa's Cafe. This will loop these water systems and minimize the number of taps on the existing 8" AC line. 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 2. Per your current fire lane configuration, the fire hydrant could be located in the end island on the east side of the property, bisected by new 8" water main. 3. The fire line tap could be a part of the tap required on the proposed 8" public main for the proposed fire hydrant. This layout would also locate the fire line into the building on the same side of the building as previously depicted. 4. The domestic and irrigation meters could be located in the end island located on the west side of the property, bisected by the new 8" water main. This layout would locate the domestic line into the building on the same side of the building as previously depicted. 5. Construction documents (plan /profile) and an engineer's cost estimate will be required for the proposed 8' water main and fire line. 6. An easement should be dedicated as to cover the proposed 8" public water main, fire line within 5' of the building, and the domestic and irrigation meter locations. 7. The current FDC location would not work with the current layout, however with the proposed configuration as described above it would be fine. 8. As currently proposed, why does the fire line enter the building twice? 9. (Sheet C4.1) The water and sanitary sewer stub outs would not be allowed unless accompanied by a site plan. 10. (Sheet C9) Sidewalk Detail, specifically sidewalks in CoCS ROW or TxDOT ROW requires reinforcement of #3 @12" OC or #4 @ 18" OC. TxDOT may have further requirements once the TxDOT ROW permit is approved. 11. (Repeat Comment) Provide fire flow report. 12. (Repeat Comment) Provide water demands. 13. (Repeat Comment) Provide sanitary sewer demands. Reviewed by: Josh Norton Date: December 12, 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 0 )0 y Grff 1111141 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning & Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue, P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM November 21, 2005 TO: John Measels, CEI Engineering, via fax 972.488.6732 FROM: Lindsay Boyer, Staff Planner SUBJECT: ROSA'S CAFE (SDSP) - Site Plan Staff reviewed the above - mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. The next submittal will be the third and final review by staff for this round of reviews. If all items have not been addressed on the next submittal, another $200 processing fee will need to be submitted for the subsequent set of three (3) reviews. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: One (1) complete set of civil construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached. Easement dedication sheet and required accompanying documents. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 764 -3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Bobby Cox Companies, via fax 817.377.6280 Case file #05- 00500104 Home of Texas A &M University � } a V ` 'i A.,‘ `L,c .,_ {3 c STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 2 1 v� Project: ROSA'S CAFE (SDSP) - 05- 00500104 P ANNING C� k'otst C+ �z /l( S C- L r)`\ )��I-CV C` 1 S I a • Note: Site Plan will not receive approval until a Final Plat has been approved (repeat comment). __ _______.= 2. Indicate phase lines as appropriate, otherwise the entire lot must - • - ;• luded in the landscaping point calculations. Phase lines should be Iocat 20 -feet from any site improvement (repeat comment). Our information from the Brazos 5Urstypraisal District indicates this property is owned by BDC Properties /Construction, Inc. This total site is also considered to be 4.51 acres _unless a phase line is indicated for future development. 3. Please show prope ownershi d current zoning on the site plan of the subject property and all abutting props `tTi 'es`When the plat has been approved, a legal description will need to be added as well. 4. - --- Will this site be constructed -after construction of road to the east of the property? If so, please-provide - noteld — theT effect. If not, fire lane will be necessary around the entire building, not to include the drive thru to provide egress for the fire truck. 5. -Please show floodplain.- .lines. This property does have floodplain lines. If it is not in the extent -of- this- development, - pi aese+r`fncate as such (repeat comment). 6. Show building setbacks in compliance with the Unified Development Ordinance, Section 5.6 "-- (repeat _comment). ----__ 7 -: Parking on tl e�7iu est -of- the buiidtrg along the property line does not meet requirements. T- tae- 4rfaof .landscaped- str-ip- should be measured from the property line, not the edge of the pavement. (. .)Please provide dumpster screening details on site plan details sheet. "9. A en paving information on the site plan. The entire dumpster approach, which includes every where the truck would drive must be paved to fire lane standards. 10) Provide bicycle parking details on details sheet. 1.-. Landscaping:- dwatli -may n used for-required screening. These comments were provided with the review of the building plans, they are provided for your information. 1. Please provide a table for each facade with all materials by color, the square footage of each type, and their associated percentage for that facade. 2. Attached is a copy of the approved color palate for the City of College Station. If you are proposing to use any color not on this list, you are limited to 10% of the facade. If this qualifies as a chain or theme restaurant a variance is available from the Design Review Board (DRB). If you would like to request a variance, please draft a letter identifying the section of the Unified Development Ordinance that you would be seeking relief from (7.9.E) and proof that this is a chain or theme restaurant. You must also provide additional building material samples, colored elevations, and all alternative color /material schemes the chain or franchise has used. These requirements are outlined in the Unified Development Ordinance section 7.9.K. The next available DRB meeting deadline is December 5th, for the January 13, 2006 meeting. 3. In accordance with the Unified Development Ordinance Section 7.9.C., all non - public entry facades must have at least 2 architectural elements (defined by this section) every 60 feet. It appears that the rear elevation does not meet this requirement. 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 aa oact- 4. Also be aware, that according to UDO Section 7.9.D.2 that stucco, EIFS, and CMU is limited to 75% of each facade. Reviewed by: Lindsay Boyer Date: November 18, 2005 ENGINEERING ( j, I k O t I ? L p n L. , - ? G0q-l•rese-plans have been reviewed with the assumption that the development to the east has .beem-eonstructed as to utilize the public drive and hydrant etc. as shown on plans. X .(.4144944 C4: General Utility Note A) Correct sanitary sewer service line material type to be _ ASTM D3034. O P'rovide fire flow report. �.% z C," fire lino 4 . of b , o / -lhc C =Fire line must be Class 200, DR 14, AWWA C -909 pipe, please label accordingly. (1 c : C6 Please label the Fire Department Connection. The FDC must be located within 150' l of the , hydrant as the truck would drive. f•)L LocN4? .- • 1,,e location of backflow preventer for the fire system. er must be located in an easement. May be easier to locate the eter at location that the 2" line is being tapped onto 8" main. This tap may d closer to the end island. 6" fire line may also be tapped for domestic having to tap the main twice. Provide water demands. Provide sanitary sewer demands. . This area is located in the Burton Creek Basin which is a re a of the City of College Station as defined i Chapter 2 of the - • - ' • ' • - • • - ign Standards manual. (05— _0 • _ _ .... . + for storm sewer system at all connection and turns. `[c Our records show easements located on three sides of this property, please identify and Ilustrate these easements with volume, page, and size. - 1retion in TxDOT ROW including sidewalks will require a TxDOT permit. Reviewed by: Josh Norton Date: November 18, 2005 ELECTRICAL (all repeat comments) CS -6)( ( v 1. Developer installs conduit per city specs and design. 2. City will provide design drawings for primary conduit installation as required for this project. 3. Developer pours transformer & pull box 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 version 2000 of plat and /or site plan email to sweido @cstx.gov. 6. Developer provides load data for project. Developer provides temporary blanket easement for construction purposes. '8: Developer provides easements for electric infrastructure as installed for electric lines. • e . - • - •e 1• -. - • 1 , - •rner • i - • • • 1 Li • - - _ _ - _ .. - _ _ _•1 . I • •• •e the responsibility of the owner. 11. To discuss any of the above electrical comments, please contact Sam Weido at 979.764.6314. 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 Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: 6 -21 -05 MISCELLANEOUS — These notes must be provided on landscape plan 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 comoletelv new review. 4 of 4 4/ 141111111111 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning Development Services 1101 Texas Avenue, P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone 979.764.3570 / Fax 979.764.3496 MEMORANDUM DATE: June 27, 2005 TO: CEI Engineering, John Measels, via fax 972 - 488 -6732 FROM: Lindsay Boyer, Project Manager SUBJECT: ROSA'S CAFE (SDSP) - Site Plan Staff reviewed the above - mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: One (1) complete sets of construction documents for the proposed development with the revised site and landscaping plans attached. One (1) 11x17 grading and erosion control plan Please note that the Easement Dedication Sheet and the necessary documents are required prior to the issuance of a building permit. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised site plan, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments cc: Bobby Cox Companies, via fax 817 - 377 -6280 Case file #05- 00500104 Home of Texas A &M University • i I I� c t�r► ,rev') Injui,v L (- 4� . it STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 V " I % Project: ROSA'S CAFE (SDSP) — 05- 00500104 PLANNING ( Note: Site Plan will not receive approval until a Final Plat has been approved. - rovi.e ownership 1 • . •• • - • - J - . - - : - - - , -: - -, - , . • - - • • e number. , , - Feyici y of arcs being d eveioped In dicate tnhase Tine •ate, otherwise the entire lot must be included in the landscaping poii t ions. Phase lines ELT should be located 20 -feet from any site improvement. ) Please show property ownership and current zoning on the site plan of the subject property and all abutting properties. When the plat has been approved, a regal description will need be added as_vBe1L._ Show floodplain lines. If there is no floodplain on the phase of the development that the restaurant is on, provide notation to that effect. patios. 8 uilding- might. q 9'; Show building setbacks. - - --. 0. Show all easements and utilities. Easements will need to be the same as those to be approved on the plat. C; ;Cale -te and indicate the number of required parking spaces as well as the number - - . ;.L,J..u. ►a.. . - .. -.,,� _ _ _.•.••.u�• -ve at least 1 caT per 100 s.f. of building. This should also include a 0 ora•e. , 12. Parking spaces ii°ust a east 9' x 20' unless they are located against a landscape strip . :, c i )c, k -; kc not less than 4' wide. Then they may be 9' x 18'. Currently only the perimeter parking r. , tic -,,,,.. ),c1, Ispaces meet this exception. t % N.. 13. All parking islands shoul• se dimensioned.' A 'so all islands s; Id be landsc or covered (with decor-A(0 •avin•. Eno 'stands s • IP • •e a minim . o 81 s. . ' erg are several"' - places o the'' ere this • no he case. bus • - rows of p. • g shoul• ave end islands . 360 s.f. 14. For e -ry 15 interior parking spaces, 180 s.f. of interior island must be provided. All parking spaces that are not located around the 'meter of the rty are inte • ' spaces. ease provide interior islands as ppropriate. En islands i exces of the quire 18 s.f. may count toward interior island requirements. Al o notplhat witho a asing lin i plac the rear row ofparking will be c ied towards in • r parking as it is not located on a operty- 0 k e, perimeter. 15. Parking along the rear of the building should be 9' x 20' with - -el stops o •ro a w'der sidiew othacyvise t • erhan • • m the c- • b • . s AD A acces • • • n that si • -w. k A minimum ' clears • e on le • • ewa is r -• uired. Cur -ntly, the overhang from the 9' x 9' would encroach upon that clearance. 16. . . hr - • . .: •x • 1 ee '• -. 17. How is the sidewalk on the west side • the property �obe construc ? As it is shown currently ha f of • is on ,t, - a' • •' in, •rope . 411 • improv ust b do n site. If any offsite • 5ro ents are to be made, please provide written permission from that - property's owner. ( - 18 The dumpster enclosure is not up to standard size. For a double enclosure, it needs to be 12 ft. deep by 24 ft. wide on the inside with full 24 ft. clearance. Sanitation prefers that these 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 5 enclosures not be gated. Also cannot have the grease barrel in the enclosure with trash dumpsters. 1 What provisions are being made for detention? Please be aware that all mechanical equipment must be screened from view. This will include the transformer pad located in the front of the site. This screening must be coordinated with the building architecture. These requirements are located in Section 7.9.B. of the Unified Development Ordinance, which can be found online at: http://www.cstx.gov/homelindex.asp?page=418 21. Please provide bicycle parking facilitie.s,__This..site is required space for 4 bicycle spaces. Requirements for bicycle parking are located in Section 7.9.F of the Unified Development _ Ordinance. (22. Please show how the internal fire lanes will be accessed. Any fire access that is taken to _ your site must be from a dedicated fire lane, striped and built to fire lane standards. (23.,Please show FDC connections as you have indicated that the building will be sprinkled. 24. Please amend curb and pavement details. Current standards for concrete are 5" concrete (6" for firelanes and dumpster approach) with #4 bar at 18" on center with 6" raised monolithic curbing. 25. Firelanes should be striped with a 8" red stripe painted on the drive surface with 4" white letters stating: FIRE LANE NO PARKING TOW -AWAY ZONE. 26. The entire approach for the dumpster access must be paved to firelane standards. 27. All pavement must be provided with curbing. This includes the area in the rear of the site that is currently_-shown- •._. ,= -futtwe huilt� that pav- - - • •e_curbed. 28. All sidewalks must be a minl�� muTrr 3' wide. The sidewalk located at the end of the parking row adjacent to the front of the building does not meet standard, nor does -the sidewalk low- at- the-end -of the -parking - row - adjacen -te- the -rea ..oLthetuiIding. 29. All dedicated pedestrian walkways through any parking spaces must be._ in_ 9' x 20' landsca —rrf— ... ,_ -- 30. Provide a gener note that all roof • : = ound- mounted mechani - : - . • ment shall be screened from' vie or isolated so as not to be visible fro • any public '• ht -of -way or residential district ithin 150' of the subje't lot, me- - -d from a point fly= feet alp. - grade. Such scr rnirag' shall be coordinate. he building architecture an. scale to aintain a unified appearance. 31. ote: ' ns will e permit - = - rately. No s' • , s approve.:. ed on i . • pearan - on a site plan. Also, on 6 - free standin. '. may be permitted. 32. All exterior elevations t be reviewed pliance with S ' .9 Non-Resident Architectur I standards in a Unified - Developm t Ordinance. Elevatio sub' t wi ing PIa s ' be reviewe 'comments return hider separate cover. • 33. lease provide documentation that you have been granted use of the access easements on the adjacent properties. Reviewed by: Lindsay Boyer Date: June 24, 2005 LAN DSCAPI NG /STRE ETSCAPI NG /BUFFER 1. Landscape points are based on total site area. Unless a phase line is included, the entire property must be included as part of the site area. 2. Please dimension the frontage along the Right of Way. Our measurements estimate the street frontage at 264' not 240' as indicated on the landscape plan. Please calculate streetscape points accordingly. 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 5 3. Streetscape tr ate to be calculated based on every 25 J iversity Drivz is a major aenal. Ba d on our s ments, this would be 11 stteetscape canopy --es.`. 4. Canopy ees should - be 5 % f the total Ian.: ape . oints (Iandsca•' g plus a► • itional streets aping points). Please change • your lands = •e pia cordingly. 5. Provi a.—uvie that all ir.'•a ion wilt •e •-.roved and insta ed prior to C cate of Occupancy. 6. Irrigation plan islunder review for water ccinsery -tion point reuctio . 7. Provide a general note that 1•0% coyerage of • roundco ler, deco tiv aving, d orative rock, or a peren ial rass is re• uire • in parking lot isl- • ds, swales a drainage ar as, the parF ig lot setba , rights -of -wa , -nd adjacent p • • y disturbed during construction. Reviewed by: Lindsay Boyer Date: June 24, 2005 ENGINEERING L.epict water service line material P 2. Depict sanitary sewer service li material type y2!' Sanitary sewer service lines require a c can out every 150 ft. 4. Depict storm sewer line, size and material type. 5. Depict domestic water meter size and locate in an easement. ly Depict irrigation meter size and locate in an easement. f7'AIl public meters must be located in an easement. 8. Backflow preventer appears to be located under pavement? 9. Provide water demands. 10. Provide sanitary sewer demands. 11. Depict fire hydrant location, dependent upon use of 24' access easement. 12. Provide drainage report. This area is located in the Burton Creek Basin which is a mandatory detention area of the City of College Station as defined in Chapter 2 of the Drainage Policy and Design Standards manual. 13. Provide fire flow report. !Verify existing water main size. 15. Verify all easements with volume, page, size and type. (y9!Verify legal description. Reviewed by: Josh Norton Date: June 23, 2005 ELECTRICAL 1. Developer installs conduit per city specs and design. 2. City will provide design drawings for primary conduit installation as required for this project. 3. Developer pours transformer & pull box 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 version 2000 of plat and /or site plan email to sweido @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. 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 5 9. Transformer will be located at southwest corner of the bldg. 10. Meter will be located on transformer. Conduit and wire to the bldg. will be the responsibility of the owner. 11. To discuss any of the above electrical comments, please contact Sam Weido at 979.764.6314. Reviewed by: Sam Weido Date: 6 -21 -05 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. TxDOT 1. If no additional Access is required, No Comment. 2. Appropriate data will be required for any future permits @ this development site. Reviewed by: Karl Nelson Date: 6 -27 -05 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 5 of 5 12/05/2005 17:17 9724886732 CEI ENGINEERING PAGE 02/07 December 2, 2005 City of College Station 1 101 Texas Avenue, P.Q. Box 9960, College Station, Texas 77842 Attn.: Josh Norton Dear Mr. Norton: Enclosed please accept the revised plans submitted for your review and approval. CEI has addressed the comments received 10/21/05 in the following manner: Planning comments: 1. Final Plat is being finalized by Kling Engineering. 2. Phase lines have been included in the site plan to divide the 4.51 acre lot. Phase 1 = 2.242 Acres and Phase 2 = 2.268 Acres. 3. Property ownership and zoning is indicated in the site plan. The plat by Kling Engineering, will provide Iega] description of BDC Properties/ Construction, Inc. lot. 4. Rosa's Cafe restaurant will begin construction during and after the commercial drive east of the site has been constructed by others. Note has been provided on site plan. 5. Site does not fall within any floodplain. Note has been provided on site plan.. 6. Building setbacks provided in site data summary table on site plan. 7. A 4 foot landscape strip measured, from, property line has been provided to meet requirements. 8. Dumpster has been screened with landscape. Landscape details have been provided on. landscape plan. 9. Paving plan has been revised to accommodate dumpster truck and meet fire lane standards. 10. Bicycle parking details to be provided by architect. 11. Dwarf species landscape screening has been updated to meet screening requirements. Building plan comments: 1. Per architectural plans. 2. Per architectural plans. 3. Per architectural, plans. 4. Per architectural plans. vrR eering comments: osa's Cafe restaurant will begin construction during and after the commercial drive east of the site has been, constructed by others. Note has been provided on. site plan. Sanitary sewer material. type has been updated to correct type in general utility notes. d Fire flow report will be provided by MEP Engineer. V An easement has been, provided for 6" fire line. Refer to plat and/or utility plan. 1,‘ Fire line material type has been updated to correct type in general utility notes and labeled on utility plan. FDC location falls within 150' from fire hydrant and has been labeled on utility plan. 12/05/2005 17:17 9724886732 CEI ENGINEERING PAGE 03/07 Location of backflow preventer has been labeled on utility plan. m at_ (9 6" water line has been tapped for 2 "domestic water line to avoid two taps. Easement L has been provided for water meter. Refer to plat and/or utility plan. g 9 Water demands will be provided by MEP Engineer. Sanitary sewer demands will be provided by MEP Engineer. 1 Site is included as part of University Town. Center's overall drainage. Drainage report lr ` per Kling Engineering & Surveying. 4101 S. Texas Avenue, Suite A, Bryan, Texas 77802. Phone: 979 - 846 -6212. C, Storm sewer has been revised to avoid as many bends as possible. Storm sewer clean- outs have been installed in pipes with bends. ‘ easements surrounding property have been provided by Kling Engineering & Surveying. Refer to plat for easements and identification. OreA Permit to Construct Access Driveway Facilities on Highway Right of Way form. (1058) has been submitted for construction of sidewalks along University Drive. Sidewalk construction has been coordinated with Jay Paige with TXDot. Phone 979- 778 -6233. Electrical comments: 1. Note has been provided in general utility notes. 2. Note has been provided in general utility notes. 3. Note has been provided in general utility notes. 4. Note has been provided in general utility notes. 5. An Autocad drawing of site plan will. be e- mailed to Sam Weido by CEI Engineering. • Autocad drawing of plat will be e- mailed by Kling Engineering. 6. Load data for project will be provided by MEP Engineer. 7. Temporary and permanent easements have been provided for construction use. Refer to plat and/or utility plan. 8. Easements for electric service have been provided. Refer to plat and/or utility plan. 9. Transformer has been relocated to southwest corner of building and coordinated with Sam Weido. 979- 764 -6314. 10. Notes have been included to call out location of meter on transformer. Connection from building to transformer will be provided by contractor. 11. Comments have been discussed. with Sam Weido. 979 - 764 -6314. Miscellaneous comments: 1. Devices for irrigation system. have been provided for protection. Note has been provide for installation of devices per city ordinances. 2. Note has been provided for installation and testing of back flow devices per city ordinances. If you have any questions or would like to discuss further, please do not hesitate calling. full sup.. i . .,. 4,1 Je �, I P 0 ' ' anager