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ApplicationCITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' SITE PLAN APPLICATION GENERAL MINIMUM SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: FOR OFFICE USE ONLY CASE NO.: DATE SUBiITTE&41 TIME: 'U • Q0 STAFF: Ky rx-1 $932 Site Plan Application Fee. rx-1 $350 Non -Residential Architectural Standards I Northgate Building Review Application Fee (if applicable). ❑x $600 (minimum) Development Permit Application I Public Infrastructure Review and Inspection Fee. Fee is I% of acceptable Engineer's Estimate for public infrastructure, $600 minimum (if fee is > $600, the balance is Application ue prior to the issuance of any plans or development permit). completed in full. This application form provided by the City of College Station must be used ,Afid may not be adjusted or altered. �x (6) folded copies of site plan. ne (1) folded copy of the landscape plan. One (1) copy of the following for Non -Residential Architectural Standards building review or Northgate Buil g Review (if applicable). Building elevations to scale for all buildings. rA list of building materials for all facade and screening. color samples for all buildings or list colors to be used from the approved color palette. Electronic copy of Site Plan e-mailed to csuelectdesign@cstx.gov. Two (2) copies of the grading, drainage, and erosion control plans with supporting drainage report. __�... Two (2) copies of the Public infrastructure plans and supporting documents (if applicable). T ffic Impact Analysis or calculations of projected vehicle trips showing that a TIA is not necessary for the ro posed request (if applicable). .The attached Site Plan Non -Residential Architectural Standards Building Review and Northgate Building Review checklists (as applicable) with all items checked off or a brief explanation as to why they are not check off. Date of Optional Preapplication or Stormwater Management Conference Not Applicable NAME OF PROJECT CAPROCK EMERGENCY ADDRESS CAPROCK DEVELOPMENT AT WILLIAM D FITCH & HWY 6 SOUTH LEGAL DESCRIPTION (Lot, Block, Subdivision) LOT 8 of REPLATTED LOT 1A, BLOCK 3, CAPROCK CROSSING APPLICANT/PROJECT MANAGER'S INFORMATION (Primary contact for the ek roject): rosbcs.com Name PAT MAREK, MAREK BROS CONSTRUCTION E-mail P °� Street Address PO BOX 9715 City COLLEGE STATION Phone Number 979-696-5562 PROPERTY OWNER'S INFORMATION: Name BRAZOS TEXAS LAND DEVELOPMENT LLC State TEXAS Zip Code 77842 Fax Number 979-696-3089 E-mail jesse.durden@caprocktx.com Street Address 2809 EARL RUDDER FRW S, STE #203 City COLLEGE STATION State TEXAS Phone Number 979-492-0425 Revised 4/14 Fax Number N/A Zip Code 77845 Page 1 of 11 ARCHITECT OR ENGINEER'S INFORMATION: Name JOE GATTIS, PE; GATTIS ENGINEERING Street Address 2010 MOSES CREEK CT. City COLLEGE STATION E-mail joe@gattisengineering.com State TEXAS Zip Code 77845 Phone Number 979-575-5022 Fax Number 979-690-6888 OTHER CONTACTS (Please specify type of contact): Name CHAD GRAUKE, AIA; TRANSITION DESIGN SE E-mail info@transitiondesignservice.com Street Address 201 W. VILLA MARIA ROAD City BRYAN State TEXAS Phone Number 979-822-7777 Fax Number N/A Zip Code 77801 Current zoning General Commercial - Overlay Corridor Present use of property General Commercial Proposed use of property General Commercial Number of parking spaces required Number of parking spaces proposed Is there Special Flood Hazard Area (Zone A or Zone AE on FEMA FIRM panels) on the property? F Yes r No This information is necessary to help staff identify the appropriate standards to review the application and will be used to help determine if the application qualifies for vesting to a previous ordinance. Notwithstanding any assertion made, vestino is limited to that which is provided in Chapter 245 of the Texas Local Government Code or other applicable law. Is this application a continuation of a project that has received prior City platting approval(s) and you are requesting the application be reviewed under previous ordinance as applicable? [x— Yes r" No IIf yes, provide information regarding the first approved application and any related subsequent applications (provide additional sheets if necessary): Project Name: CAPROCK CROSSING DEVELOPMENT City Project Number (in known): N/A Date / Timeframe when submitted: N/A Revised 4/14 Page 2 of 11 MULTI -FAMILY RESIDENTIAL Total Acreage _ Floodplain Acreage Housing Units # of 1 Bedroom Units # of 2 Bedroom Units # of 3 Bedroom Units # of 4 Bedroom Units PARKLAND DEDICATION (Fees due prior to the issuance of a Building Permit) # of Multi -Family Dwelling Units X$1636=$ # of acres in floodplain # of acres in detention # of acres in greenways Date dedication approved by Parks & Recreation Advisory Board COMMERCIAL FOR 2 BEDROOM UNITS ONLY Total Acreage 1.13 # Bedrooms = 132 sq. ft. Building Square Feet 7156 # Bedrooms < 132 sq. ft. Floodplain Acreage 0.0 * Projects that were vested prior to January 1, 2008, per Chapter 245 of the Texas Local Government Code may be assessed a different amount. Please contact city staff for additional information. The applicant has prepared this pplication and certifies that the facts stated herein and exhibits attached hereto are true and correct. zevy Signature andyfftlf Date Revised 4114 Page 3 of 11 CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR ALL DEVELOPMENT Owner Certification: 1. No work of any kind may start until a permit is issued. 2. The permit may be revoked if any false statements are made herein. 3. If revoked, all work must cease until permit is re -issued. 4. Development shall not be used or occupied until a Certificate of Occupancy is issued. 5. The permit will expire if no significant work is progressing within 24 months of issuance. 6. Other permits may be required to fulfill local, state, and federal requirements. Owner will obtain or show compliance with all necessary State and Federal Permits prior to construction including NOI and SWPPP. 7. If required, Elevation Certificates will be provided with elevations certified during construction (forms at slab pre - pour) and post construction. 8. Owner hereby gives consent to City representatives to make reasonable inspections required to verify compliance. 9. If, stormwater mitigation is required, including detention ponds proposed as part of this project, it shall be designed and constructed first in the construction sequence of the project. 10. In accordance with Chapter 13 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, measures shall be taken to insure that all debris from construction, erosion, and sedimentation shall not be deposited in city streets, or existing drainage facilities. All development shall be in accordance with the plans and specifications submitted to and approved by the City Engineer for the above named project. All of the applicable codes and ordinances of the City of College Station shall apply. 11. The information and conclusions contained in the attached plans and supporting documents will comply with the current requirements of the City of College Station, Texas City Code, Chapter 13 and associated BCS Unified Design Guidelines Technical Specifications, and Standard Details. All development has been designed in accordance with all applicable codes and ordinances of the City of College Station and State and Federal Regulations. 12. Release of plans to M A 2z 1c. roc (name or firm) is authorized for bidding purposes only. I understand that final approval and release of plans and development for construction is contingent on contractor signature on approved Development Permit. 13. I, THE OWNER, AGREE TO AND CERTIFY THAT ALL STATEMENTS HEREIN, AND IN ATTACHMENTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT PERMIT APPLICATION, ARE, TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE, TRUE, AND ACCURATE. Property Owner(s) Date Engineer Certification: 1. The project has been designed to ensure that stormwater mitigation, including detention ponds, proposed as part of the project will be constructed first in the construction sequence. 2. 1 will obtain or can show compliance with all necessary Local, State and Federal Permits prior to construction including NOI and SWPPP. Design will not preclude compliance with TPDES: i.e., projects over 10 acres may require a sedimentation basin. 3. The information and conclusions contained in the attached plans and supporting documents comply with the current requirements of the City of College Station, Texas City Code, Chapter 13 and associated BCS Unified Design Guidelines. All development has been designed in accordance with all applicable codes and ordinances of the City of College Station andState and Federal Regulations. 4. I, THE ENGINEER, AGREE T ND CERTIFY THAT ALL STATEMENTS HEREIN, AND IN ATTACHMENTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT P MIT APPLICATION, ARE, TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE, TRUE, AND ACCURATE. / Engineer Revised 4/14 Date Page 4 of 11 i CITY OF COUEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' SITE PLAN MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS / (ALL CITY ORDINANCES MUST BE MET) INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: size - 24" x 36" (minimum). [✓j A y map (not necessarily to scale). NN ock to include: me, address, location, and legal description e, address, and telephone number of applicant [e, address, and telephone number of developer/owner (if differs from applicant) me, address, and telephone number of architect/engineer (if differs from applicant) ate of submittal otal site area N arrow. A=nership ould be largest standard engineering scale possible on sheet. and current zoning of parcel and all abutting parcels. ie total number of multi -family buildings and units to be constructed on the proposed project site. ensity of dwelling units per acre of the proposed project. he gross square footage of all buildings and structures and the proposed use of each. If different uses are to be located in a single building, show the location and size of the uses within the building. Building separation is a minimum of 15 feet w/o additional fire protection. Locations of the following on or adjacent to the subject site: Designate between existing and proposed ensity of dwelling units per acre of the proposed project. Z ng. Each phase must be able to stand alone to meet ordinance requirements. u' Ing(Existing and Proposed). according to UDO, Article 5. Geography ecourses. _7xist odplain and floodway (if applicable) on or adjacent to the proposed project site. Please note if there is none site with confirming FEMA/FIRM map number. opography (2' max or spot elevations) and other pertinent drainage information. (If plan has too much i ation, show drainage on separate sheet.) Proposed grading (1' max for proposed or spot elevations) and other pertinent drainage information. (If plan has too much information, show drainage on separate sheet.) Revised 4/14 Page 7 of 11 Str ts, Parking, and Sidewalks E ' ing streets and sidewalks (R.O.W.). Ex' ' g Driveways, both opposite and adjacent to the site according to UDO, Article 7. arolpod ives. Minimum drive aisle width according to UDO, Article 7 Inposed driveway throat length according to UDO, Article 7 urb cuts. ch proposed curb cut (including driveways, streets, alleys, etc.) locate existing curb cuts on the same and ite side of the street to determine separation distances between existing and proposed curb cuts. Procurb and pavement detail. A 6" raised curb is required around all edges of all parts of all paved areas without exception. (To include island, rgesik ing areas, access ways, dumpster locations, utility pads, etc.) No exception will be made for areas natedd as "reserved for future parking". r osed medians. Proposed sidewalks (both public and private). ed pedestrian/bike circulation and facilities for non-residential buildings (UDO, Article 7). Off-Str parking areas with parking spaces drawn, tabulated, and dimensioned. signate number of parking spaces required by ordinance and provided by proposal. H icap parking spaces. ar ' Islands drawn and dimensioned with square footage calculated according to LIDO, Section 7.2 or 7.9 fornon- sidential buildings. Parking setback from R.O.W. to curb of parking lot as required. heelstops may be required when cars overhang onto property not owned by the applicant or where there may be conflict with pedestrian or bike facilities, handicap accessible routes or above ground utilities, signs or other conflicts. ecurity gates, showing swing path and design specs with colors. ardrails. Include design and colors. raffic Impact Analysis for non-residential development (LIDO, Article 7). F� Please note if none is required. _I_e_ M1fFiere be access from a TxDOT R.O.W.? Yes No If yes, then TOOT permit must be submitted with this application. Ease nts and Utilities tements - clearly designate as existing or proposed and type (utility, access, etc.) oting size and designate as existing or proposed) within or adjacent to the proposed site, including building tr sformer locations, above ground and underground service connections to buildings, and drainage inlets. SDesign Report (if applicable). n Report and/or Fire Flow Report (if applicable). ;port with a Technical Design Summary. locations, existing and proposed (must be located in public R.O.W. or public utility easement). Provi a water and sanitary sewer legend to include ��Xlimumm water demands water demands e water demands in gallons per minute, and aximum sewer loadings in gallons per day rill here be access from a TxDOT R.O.W.? Fj Yes No If yes, then TxDOT permit must be submitted with this application. Revised 4114 Page 8 of 11 /eblished re lanes. Fire lanes with a minimum of 20 feet in width with a minimum height clearance of 14 feet must be if any portion of the proposed structure is more than 150 feet from the curb line or pavement edge of a ublic street or highway. Show proposed and existing fire hydrants. Fire hydrants must be located on the same side of a major street as a project, and shall be in a location approved by the City Engineer. Any structure in any zoning district other than R-1, R -1A, or R-2 must be within 300 feet of a fire hydrant as measured along a public street, highway or designated fire lane. NOTE: F' hydrants must be operable and accepted by the City, and drives must have an all weather surface before a build i permit can be issued. Will build' a sprinkled? Yes ❑ No If the cision to sprinkle is made after the site plan has been approved, then the plan must be resubmitted. If Yes, ED/Show fire department connections. FDC's should be within 100' of the fire hydrant. They shall be accessible from the rking lot without being blocked by parked cars or a structure. Lan caping Landscape plans as required in Article 7 of the Unified Development Ordinance. The landscaping plan can be shown on a separate sheet if too much information is on the original site plan. If requesting protected tree points, then those trees need to be shown appropriately barricaded on the landscape plan. Attempt to reduce or eliminate plantings in easements. Inclu information on the plans such as: �,,�Iditional quied point calculations streetscape points required. Streetscape compliance is required on all streets. calcu tions for # of street trees required and proposed (proposed street tree points will accrue toward total lappdscscaping points.) ,ed new plantings with points earned ,ed locations of new plantings ing of parking lots, 50% of all shrubs used for screening shall be evergreen. ing of dumpsters, concrete retaining walls, off street loading areas, utility connection points, or other potentially visually offensive. g landscaping to remain xisting trees to be barricaded and barricade plan. Protected points will only be awarded if barricades are ore the first development permit is issued. [Buffer as required in Article 7 of the Unified Development Ordinance. irrigation system plan. (or provide note on how irrigation system requirement will be met prior to issuance of C. O.) All plans must include irrigation systems for landscaping. Irrigation meters are separate from the regular water systems for buildings and will be sized by city according to irrigation demand submitted by applicant and must include backflow prevention protection. sere any landscaping in TxDOT R.O.W.? ❑ Yes o If yes, then TxDOT permit must be submitted at the time of application. Other ?non open spaces sites .,-��ng docks _. - e? tion onds mg walls yite for solid waste containers with screening. Locations of dumpsters are accessible but not visible from streets or r idential areas. Gates are discouraged and visual screening is required. (Mi ' 12 x 12 pad required.) Are there impact fees associated with this development? ❑ Yes No NOTE: Signs are to be permitted separately. Revised 4/14 Page 9 of 11 (*t/q" CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texan A&M University' NRA BUILDING REVIEW MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS (ALL CITY ORDINANCES MUST BE MET) INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: Refer to UDO Section 7.9 Non -Residential Architectural Standards, as appropriate. heet ' e - 24" x 36" (minimum). Titlaame, k to include: address, location, and legal description me, address, and telephone number of applicant address, and telephone number of developer/owner (if differs from applicant) address, and telephone number of architect/engineer (if differs from applicant) Date of submittal le should be largest standard scale possible on sheet. of colors from the City of College Station color palette to be utilized or proposed equivalents. Zsamples. materials to be utilized. ions of ch non-residential building and screening structure. Show placement of materials and colors on tjfacad according to LIDO Section 5.6.13 or 7.9. incIud a following dimensions: Total vertical square footage minus openings (for each facade separately) ❑✓,Total vertical square footage of transparency (for each facade separately in Northgate) T al vertical square footage of each building material (for each facade separately) Total vertical square footage of each color (for each facade separately) Graphic representation and/or description of existing buildings in building plot to show material, color, and architectural harmony. Revised 4/14 Page 10 of 11