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313 Ahern Townhomes RES17-0288 TOWNHOME PERMAH RN TOWN • ,41,TLANTIC BEACF,. 1 542 EAST COAST t• RE# 16974 0000 32(..,) A •• 1111 33 0 1 AHERN STREET RE# 169737�0010 Prepared By: PROSSER TM Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 "'Q.: `AGE NSF ' Z - J. BRADFO"I& R.E2576um6er: Ft # 62576 STATE OF Si nature: S�0 N AL �...•d` NO. DATE REVISION 1 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 12/22/2017 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET a)M = N 0 N ° N C6.1 Prosser No. 116073.01 cn Cn Cn0 LUZig 21 t� W E cu CU a E 0 U Z U OZ F -Q Z J W Q 2 Q DEVELOPER: DRAWING INDEX SHEET NUMBER SHEET TITLE AHERN TH PROJECTS, LLC COVER SHEET _ SURVEY ATTN: RICK JOHNSTON PRELIMINARY PLAT C1.0 GENERAL NOTES 830-13 A1A N EXISTING CONDITIONS - DEMOLITION PLAN 0 N SITE LAYOUT PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL 32082 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN a)M = N 0 N ° N C6.1 GRADING & DRAINAGE DETAILS (n O LC) M GRADING & DRAINAGE DETAILS C7.0 EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES & DETAILS 4 N M M 7 N 6j O 0 0 O L ENGINEER: STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN - O N M M M �? O a PROSSER, INC. LANDSCAPE PLAN AND DETAILS �C)C o o a) o0 o MR. J. BRADFORD DAVIS, PE MITIGATION PLAN �' �' 0 M U- �_ Q U 13901 SUTTON PARK DRIVE SOUTH, SUITE 200 0 Z JACKSONVILLE, FL 32224-0229 0- a � c � o �� U Z PHONE: (904) 739-3655 O � M FAX: (904) 730-3413 C u- 0) co DRAWING INDEX SHEET NUMBER SHEET TITLE _ COVER SHEET _ SURVEY _ PRELIMINARY PLAT C1.0 GENERAL NOTES C2.0 EXISTING CONDITIONS - DEMOLITION PLAN C3.0 SITE LAYOUT C4.0 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN C5.0 UTILITY PLAN C6.1 GRADING & DRAINAGE DETAILS C6.2 GRADING & DRAINAGE DETAILS C7.0 EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES & DETAILS C8.0 STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN - C9.0 CONTRACTORS CERTIFICATION LP -1 LANDSCAPE PLAN AND DETAILS LP -2 LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS M-1 MITIGATION PLAN ISSUED: MAY, 2017 M In N M Q V) 0 Z W J Li Map Showing a Topographic Survey LOTS 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 AND 12, BLOCK 2, PLAT NO. 1 SUBDIVISION "A" ATLANTIC BEACH, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 69 OF THE CURRENT PUBLIC RECORDS OF DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA. FOR: AHERN TH PROJECT, LLC JOB No. 2017-179 DRAFTING: EJC RIM=9.52 SS- DIRECTION ONLY (UNABLE TO OPEN KH AND OBTAIN INVERT PARTY CHIEF: MICKLER UUn UU i 'Jill Un�rll vl rrni_rx ELEV=9.61 (NAV[) '88) F.B. DIGITAL "v v=v.vc ia Vi W N 0.65 ;.52 INV=6.52 CAD FILE: 2017-179 TOPO.DWG CHECKED BY: GRAPHIC SCALE D J) -I +10.26 MH=10.12 W INV=5.55 SW INV=5.55 GENERAL NOTES 1. BEARINGS SHOWN HEREON ARE BASED ON NORTHERLY R/W LINE OF AHERN STREET AS N08'14'24"E PER STATE PLANE COORDINATE SYSTEM, FLORIDA EAST ZONE, NORTH AMERICAN DATUM 1983/1990 NGS ADJUSTMENT. 2. INTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS NOT LOCATED EXCEPT AS SHOWN. 3. THIS SURVEY ONLY SHOWS IMPROVEMENTS/STRUCTURES SITUATED ABOVE GROUND. BELOW GROUND IMPROVEMENTS/STRUCTURES, IF ANY, ARE NOT SHOWN OR LOCATED. 4. THIS DRAWING MAY HAVE BEEN ENLARGED OR REDUCED FROM THE ORIGINAL. UTILIZE THE GRAPHIC SCALE AS SHOWN. 5. CROSS REFERENCE: SURVEY BY BOATWRIGHT, FILE NO. 2015-1363. 6. THE LANDS SHOWN HEREON LIE WITHIN ZONE "X" (UNSHADED, AREAS DETERMINED TO BE OUTSIDE THE 0.2% ANNUAL CHANCE FLOODPLAIN) AS SHOWN ON FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP 0409H, COMMUNITY NO. 120075 DATED JUNE 3, 2013. HOWEVER, THE FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAPS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 7. THIS SURVEY WAS MADE WITHOUT THE BENEFIT OF A TITLE COMMITMENT. 8. THIS MAP DOES NOT REPRESENT A BOUNDARY SURVEY. IT IS A TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY. 9. ELEVATIONS SHOWN HEREON ARE BASED UPON NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM 1988 (NAVD '88) AND ARE REFERENCED TO A NATIONAL GEODETIC SURVEY 4 INCH BRASS DISK, STAMPED "V 324 1970", HAVING AN ELEVATION=10.27 (NAVD '88) -LOCATED ON THE ON THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF A CURB INLET ON THE SOUTHERLY SIDE OF ATLANTIC BOULEVARD, APPROXIAMTELY 53 FEET EAST OF THE CENTERLINE OF PENMAN ROAD -SEE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CAICE DATABASE NO. 7210006. 10. CONVERSION FACTOR IS -1.10' TO GO FROM NATIONAL GEODETIC VERTICAL DATUM 1929 TO NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM 1988. 11. +26.8 DENOTES SPOT ELEVATION ON GROUND. 12. +26.97 DENOTES SPOT ELEVATION ON ASPH, CONIC, ETC. LEGEND R/W = RIGHT OF WAY CM = CONCRETE MONUMENT O.R.B. = OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK P.B. = PLAT BOOK CONC = CONCRETE WBF = WOOD BOARD FENCE IP = IRON PIPE FND = FOUND CB = CATCH BASIN CINL = CURB INLET EP = EDGE OF PAVEMENT MH = MANHOLE INV = INVERT FL = FLOW LINE CLF = CHAIN LINK FENCE OHU = OVERHEAD UTILITY P = PLAT A = ACTUAL A/C = CONCRETE PAD WITH AIR CONDITIONING UNITS PVC = POLYVINYL CHLORIDE PIPE Rd� = REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE DIR = FOR DIRECTION ONLY ® = SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE = POWER POLE = WATER METER ® = CABLE TELEVISION BOX ® = WATER VALVE COVER = FIRE HYDRANT o = ELECTRIC SERVICE FOR LIFT STATION ® = SANITARY SEWER VALVE COVER ® = 3" METAL POST (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) QQ = SET NAIL & DISK "PRM LB 3731" e, Ill = SET 4"X4" CONCRETE MONUMENT "PRM LB 3731" (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) ss = BRICK PAVERS \ MH ®RIM=10.26 INV=5.76 20 0 10 20 40 80 ( IN FEET ) 1 inch = 20 ft. DATE: 4-6-17 II II II II ����� II II; II II A Replat of Lots 2, 4, WITH PART 1, 6, 8, 10 and Atlantic Beach, as Recorded m Plat Book the City of Jacksonville, City of CAPTION LOTS 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 AND 12, BLOCK 2, PLAT NO. 1 SUBDIVISION "A" ATLANTIC BEACH, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 69 OF THE CURRENT PUBLIC RECORDS OF DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA. General Notes 1. BEARINGS SHOWN HEREON ARE BASED ON THE NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF AHERN STREET AS S83'21'50"W, PER STATE PLANE COORDINTATE SYSTEM, FLORIDA EAST ZONE (NAD 1983 1990 NGS ADJUSTMENTS.) N 2164747.162 DENOTES COORDINATES REFERENCED DATUM FLORIDA EAST E 524347.55jj ZONE NAD 1983/1990 NGS ADJUSTMENT. 2. THIS DRAWING MAY HAVE BEEN ENLARGED OR REDUCED FROM THE ORIGINAL. UTILIZE THE GRAPHIC SCALE AS SHOWN. 3. NOTICE: THIS PLAT, AS RECORDED IN ITS GRAPHIC FORM, IS THE OFFICIAL DEPICTION OF THE SUBDIVIDED LANDS DESCRIBED HEREIN AND WILL IN NO CIRCUMSTANCES BE SUPPLANTED IN AUTHORITY BY ANY OTHER GRAPHIC OR DIGITAL FORM OF THE PLAT. THERE MAY BE RESTRICTIONS THAT ARE NOT RECORDED ON THIS PLAT THAT MAY BE FOUND IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF THIS COUNTY. (FLORIDA STATUTE 177.091) 4. THE LANDS SHOWN HEREON LIE WITHIN FLOOD ZONE "X" (UNSHADED. AREAS DETERMINED TO BE OUTSIDE THE 0.2% ANNUAL CHANCE FLOODPLAIN) AS SHOWN ON FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP 0409H, COMMUNITY NUMBER 120075, DATED JUNE 3, 2013. HOWEVER, FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAPS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 5. ALL PLATTED UTILITY EASEMENTS SHALL ALSO BE EASEMENTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, AND OPERATION OF CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES; PROVIDED HOWEVER, NO SUCH CONSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, AND OPERATION OF CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES SHALL INTERFERE WITH THE FACILITIES AND SERVICES OF AN ELECTRIC, TELEPHONE, GAS, OR OTHER PUBLIC UTILITY. 6. 'JEA-E.E.' DENOTES JEA EQUIPMENT EASEMENT. THESE EASEMENTS SHALL REMAIN TOTALLY UNOBSTRUCTED BY ANY IMPROVEMENTS THAT MAY IMPEDE THE USE AND ACCESS OF SAID EASEMENT BY JEA. 7. CERTAIN EASEMENTS ARE RESERVED FOR JEA FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE UNDERGROUND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. 8. THERE MAY BE ADDITIONAL RESTRICTIONS THAT ARE NOT ON THIS PLAT THAT MAY BE FOUND IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF THIS COUNTY. 9. OVERALL SITE ACREAGE = 0.89 ACRES± 12, Block 2, Plat No. 1 Subdivision "A" 5, Page 69 of the Current Public Records of Atlantic Beach, Duval County, Florida. ADOPTION AND DEDICATION THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT AHERN TH PROJECT LLC, A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE "OWNER", IS THE LAWFUL OWNER OF THE LANDS DESCRIBED IN THE CAPTION HEREON KNOWN AS AHERN TOWNHOMES, HAVING CAUSED THE SAME TO BE SURVEYED AND SUBDIVIDED. THIS PLAT BEING MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SAID SURVEY IS HEREBY ADOPTED AS A TRUE AND CORRECT PLAT OF SAID LANDS. NO PART OF SAID LANDS IS DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, STATE OF FLORIDA, OR TO THE PUBLIC. ALL EASEMENTS DESIGNATED AS "JEA-E." ARE HEREBY IRREVOCABLY DEDICATED TO JEA, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, FOR ITS NON-EXCLUSIVE USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH ITS UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM; PROVIDED HOWEVER, THAT NO PARALLEL UTILITIES MAY BE INSTALLED WITHIN SAID EASEMENTS. ALL EASEMENTS DESIGNATED ON THIS PLAT AS "JEA-E.E." ARE HEREBY IRREVOCABLY DEDICATED TO JEA, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, FOR ITS EXCLUSIVE USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH ITS UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. ALL EASEMENTS DESIGNATED ON THIS PLAT AS, ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT AND UTILITY EASEMENT, ARE AND SHALL REMAIN PRIVATELY OWNED AND THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF THE RESPECTIVE OWNER THEREOF, AND ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS AND GRANTEES OF SAID EASEMENTS. IN WITNESS THEREOF, THE UNDERSIGNED OWNER HAS EXECUTED THIS PLAT ON THIS DAY OF . 2017 WITNESS: PRINT NAME: WITNESS: PRINT NAME: JEFF MILLER MANAGING MEMBER THE FOREGOING INSTRUMENT WAS ACKNOWLEDGED BEFORE ME THIS DAY OF 2017, BY JEFF MILLER, MANAGING MEMBER OF AHERN TH PROJECT, LLC, A FLORIDA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, ON BEHALF OF THE COMPANY. HE IS PERSONALLY KNOWN TO ME. NOTARY PUBLIC MY COMMISSION EXPIRES: STATE OF FLORIDA AT LARGE SERIAL N0. PRINT NAME: SURVEYOR'S CERTIFICATE THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE PLAT IS A TRUE AND CORRECT REPRESENTATION OF THE LANDS SURVEYED, PLATTED AND DESCRIBED ABOVE, THAT THE SURVEY WAS MADE UNDER THE UNDERSIGNED'S RESPONSIBLE DIRECTION AND SUPERVISION, THAT THE SURVEY DATA COMPLIES WITH ALL REQUIREMENTS OF FLORIDA STATUTES CHAPTER 177, THAT THE PERMANENT REFERENCE MONUMENTS HAVE BEEN PLACED ACCORDING TO THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND THE CURRENT REGULATIONS OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. SIGNED THE DAY OF GREGORY B. CLARY REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR NO. 3377 2017. PLAT BOOK PAGE SHEET 1 OF 2 SHEETS SEE SHEET 2 FOR LEGEND THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THIS PLAT OF AHERN TOWNHOMES HAS BEEN EXAMINED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF ATLANTIC BEACH THIS DAY OF 2017. MAYOR CLERK THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THIS PLAT OF AHERN TOWNHOMES HAS BEEN EXAMINED AND APPROVED AND THAT IT COMPLIES IN FORM WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF CHAPTER 177, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND SUBMITTED TO ME FOR RECORDING AND IS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK PAGES OF THE CURRENT PUBLIC RECORDS OF DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA ON THIS DAY OF 2017. RONNIE FUSSELL CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DEPUTY CLERK APPROVED FOR THE RECORD THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE PLAT HAS BEEN EXAMINED, ACCEPTED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH, DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 654, OF THE ORDINANCE CODE. BY SCOTT WILLIAMS, P.E. DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS PLAT CONFORMITY THIS PLAT HAS REVIEW BEEN REVIEWED AND FOUND IN COMPLIANCE WITH PART 1, CHAPTER 177, FLORIDA STATUTES, THIS DAY OF 2017. W. MONROE HAZEN, P.L.S. PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR NUMBER Clary, ssociates PROFESSIONAL SURVEYORS & MAPPERS / LB NO. 3731 3830 CROWN POINT ROAD JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32257 (904) 260-2703 WWW.CLARYASSOC.COM 1 -5 II II II II II �j� �� � II II � II IIPLATBOOK A Replat of Lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and Atlantic Beach, as Recorded in Plat Book the City of Jacksonville, City of 12, Block 2, Plat No. 1 Subdivision "A" 5, Page 69 of the Current Public Records Atlantic Beach, Duval County, Florida. p I- A -r N O- �, A„ N SHEET 2 OF 2 SHEETS o f SEE SHEET 1 FOR GENERAL NOTES THERE ARE 12 LOTS ON THIS PLAT I\ 1 I OvB3D-10 H I NTIO QAC 1 A T '- "I 2 r I B` -,�K 69 � 3 rn �C. I F, I .... .. ,15.45':•:.. SET 4"x4" C.M. 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F. = LOT AREA IN SQUARE FEET C.M. = CONCRETE MONUMENT JEA-E. = JEA EASEMENT JEA-E.E. = JEA EQUIPMENT EASEMENT A.&D.E. = ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT E = SET 4"x 4" PERMANENT REFERENCE MONUMENT STAMPED "P.R.M. LB 3731" (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) Q = SET NAIL & DISK "PRM LB 3731" DENOTES UTILITY `\ \ EASEMENT LINE TABLE LINE LENGTH BEARING L1 35,65' N06038'10'W L2 19,89' N83°21'50'E L3 3,96' S06o38'10'E L4 27,64' N83°21'50'E L5 13,50' S06o38'10'E L6 6,25' N83°2l'50'E L7 13.18' S06°38'10'E L8 25.88' S06o38'10'E L8A 5,00' S06°38'10'E L9 5,59' S83°21'50'W L10 24,45' S06°38'10'E L11 13,68' S83021'50'W L12 3,50' N06°38'10'W L13 7,63' S83°21'50'W L14 3.50' S06°38'10'E L15 14.45' S83°21'50'W L16 29.17' N06°38'10'W L17 3,91' N83021'50'E L181 20,28' N06°38'10'W L191 25,88' N06o38'10'W L20 30.65' N06°38'10'W L21 9,89' N83°2l'50'E L22 336' S06o38'10'E L23 21,28' N83°2l'50'E L24 18,50' S06o38'10'E 1-25 6.25' N83°21'50'E L261 8,18' Sn----,10'E 11y-lt - D �j- - 1 `1 o ATLANTIC BLVD 0m TTI - i D V, N m I I 7 rt I 1 i Z a a 1 --1 1 ,J J LEMON ST VICINITY MAP SCALE: 1" = 600' 1-54 --_lc�w�o0, lh�Irloo - 5,23 ' C Lw0rno 75JEA-ELn I9.25, 10.77' 35.75'299.77' S83'219 50"�N TREET AHERANNTA STREET, A 40 R/W) (FORMERLY DETAIL 'A' NOT TO SCALE LEGEND R\W = RIGHT-OF-WAY O.R.B. = OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK P.B. = PLAT BOOK PG.(S) = PAGE(S) S. F. = LOT AREA IN SQUARE FEET C.M. = CONCRETE MONUMENT JEA-E. = JEA EASEMENT JEA-E.E. = JEA EQUIPMENT EASEMENT A.&D.E. = ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT E = SET 4"x 4" PERMANENT REFERENCE MONUMENT STAMPED "P.R.M. LB 3731" (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) Q = SET NAIL & DISK "PRM LB 3731" DENOTES UTILITY `\ \ EASEMENT LINE TABLE LINE LENGTH BEARING L27 6.25' S83°21'50'W L28 17,88' S06°38'10'E L29 6.25' N83°21'50'E L301 8,00' S06 -38110-E L311 5.59' S83°21' O'W L321 19,00' S06°38'10'E L32A 0.67' S83°21'50'W L33 10,45' S06°38'10'E L34 8,01' S83°21'50'W L35 3.50' N06* 38'10'W L36 17,63' S83°21'50'W L37 3,50' S06°38'10'E L38 9,45' S83°21'50'W L39 4,17' N06°38'10'W L40 3.91' N83°21'50'E L41 25,28' N06°38'10'W L421 25.88' N06°38'10'W L431 13,18' S06°38'10'E L44 6.25' S83°21'50'W L45 13,50' S06°38'10'E L46 42.43' S83°21'50'W L47 3,96' S06°38'10'E L48 23.47' S831211501W L49 30.65' N06°38'10'W L50 25,88' N06 °38'10'W L51 20.28' N06-3 10-W 1-52 3.92' S83°21'50'W 11y-lt - D �j- - 1 `1 o ATLANTIC BLVD 0m TTI - i D V, N m I I 7 rt I 1 i Z a a 1 --1 1 ,J J LEMON ST VICINITY MAP SCALE: 1" = 600' 1-54 --_lc�w�o0, lh�Irloo - 5,23 ' C Lw0rno 75JEA-ELn I9.25, 10.77' 35.75'299.77' S83'219 50"�N TREET AHERANNTA STREET, A 40 R/W) (FORMERLY DETAIL 'A' NOT TO SCALE LEGEND R\W = RIGHT-OF-WAY O.R.B. = OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK P.B. = PLAT BOOK PG.(S) = PAGE(S) S. F. = LOT AREA IN SQUARE FEET C.M. = CONCRETE MONUMENT JEA-E. = JEA EASEMENT JEA-E.E. = JEA EQUIPMENT EASEMENT A.&D.E. = ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT E = SET 4"x 4" PERMANENT REFERENCE MONUMENT STAMPED "P.R.M. LB 3731" (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) Q = SET NAIL & DISK "PRM LB 3731" DENOTES UTILITY `\ \ EASEMENT LINE TABLE LINE LENGTH BEARING L53 9,17' NC6°38'10'W L54 14.45' N83°21'50'E L82 L55 3,50' S06°38'10'E 8.00' L56 7.63' N83°21'50'E S83°21'50'W L57 3,50' N06°38'10'W L86 L58 13,68' NE '50'E L59 29,45' S06*38'1O'E S83°21'50'W L60 5,59' NEI3°21'50'E L90 L61 5,00' S(6°38'10'E 13,50' L62 25,88' SC 38'10'E L63 8.18' SC16*38'10'E L64 6,25' S83°21'50'W L65 18,50' SC 6038'10'E L66 L67 21,28' 3.96' S8 S06°38'10'E 3°21'50'W L68 9,89' S83°21'50'W 13,68' L69 30.65' NOiS°38'1O'W S06°38'10'E L70 25,88' NO 5°38'10'W 1-71 25.28' NO6°38'10'W 14.45' L72 3.92' S83°2l'50'W S06°38'10'E L73 4.17' S83°21'50'W 6°38'1O'W L74 9,45' 43o2l'50'E L75 3.50' S06°38'10'E L76 17,63' N83°2l'50'E L77 3,50' N06°38'10"W L78 8.01' 1\183°2l'50'E L791 3.50'1 SOi6°38'10"E 11y-lt - D �j- - 1 `1 o ATLANTIC BLVD 0m TTI - i D V, N m I I 7 rt I 1 i Z a a 1 --1 1 ,J J LEMON ST VICINITY MAP SCALE: 1" = 600' 1-54 --_lc�w�o0, lh�Irloo - 5,23 ' C Lw0rno 75JEA-ELn I9.25, 10.77' 35.75'299.77' S83'219 50"�N TREET AHERANNTA STREET, A 40 R/W) (FORMERLY DETAIL 'A' NOT TO SCALE LEGEND R\W = RIGHT-OF-WAY O.R.B. = OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK P.B. = PLAT BOOK PG.(S) = PAGE(S) S. F. = LOT AREA IN SQUARE FEET C.M. = CONCRETE MONUMENT JEA-E. = JEA EASEMENT JEA-E.E. = JEA EQUIPMENT EASEMENT A.&D.E. = ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT E = SET 4"x 4" PERMANENT REFERENCE MONUMENT STAMPED "P.R.M. LB 3731" (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) Q = SET NAIL & DISK "PRM LB 3731" DENOTES UTILITY `\ \ EASEMENT LINE TABLE LINE LENGTH BEARING L80 0,67' N83°21'50'E L81 25,95' S06°38'10'E L82 5.59' N83°21'50'E L83 8.00' S06°38'10'E L84 6,25' S83°21'50'W L85 17,88' S06°38'10'E L86 6,25' N83°21'50'E L87 35,65' S06°38'10'E L88 23.58' S83°21'50'W L89 3,96' N06°38'10'W L90 34.97' S83°21'50'W L91 13,50' N06°38'10'W L921 6,25' S83°21'50'W L93 13,18' N06°38'10'W L94 25.88' N06°38'10'W L95 5,00' N06°38'10'W L96 5,59' N83°21'50'E L97 24.45' N06°38'10'W L98 13,68' N83°21'50'E L99 3.50' S06°38'10'E L100 7,63' N83°21'50'E L101 3,50' N06°38'10'W L102 14.45' N83°21'50'E L103 9,17' S06°38'10'E L104 3,91' S83°21'50'W L105 20.28' S06°38'10'E L106 25,88' S06°38'10'E 11y-lt - D �j- - 1 `1 o ATLANTIC BLVD 0m TTI - i D V, N m I I 7 rt I 1 i Z a a 1 --1 1 ,J J LEMON ST VICINITY MAP SCALE: 1" = 600' 1-54 --_lc�w�o0, lh�Irloo - 5,23 ' C Lw0rno 75JEA-ELn I9.25, 10.77' 35.75'299.77' S83'219 50"�N TREET AHERANNTA STREET, A 40 R/W) (FORMERLY DETAIL 'A' NOT TO SCALE LEGEND R\W = RIGHT-OF-WAY O.R.B. = OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK P.B. = PLAT BOOK PG.(S) = PAGE(S) S. F. = LOT AREA IN SQUARE FEET C.M. = CONCRETE MONUMENT JEA-E. = JEA EASEMENT JEA-E.E. = JEA EQUIPMENT EASEMENT A.&D.E. = ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT E = SET 4"x 4" PERMANENT REFERENCE MONUMENT STAMPED "P.R.M. LB 3731" (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) Q = SET NAIL & DISK "PRM LB 3731" DENOTES UTILITY `\ \ EASEMENT LINE TABLE LINE LENGTH BEARING L107 30,65' S06038'10'E L108 9.89' S83°21'50'W L109 3,96' N06°38'10'W L110 21.28' S83°21'50'W L111 18,50' N06°38'10'W L112 6.25' S83°2l'50'W L113 8,18' N06038'10'W L114 6,25' N83°21'50'E L115 17,88' N06038'10'W L116 6.25' S83°21'50'W L117 8.00' N06o38'10'W L118 5,59' N83°21'50'E L119 25.95' N06o38'10'W L120 0.67' N83°21'50'E L121 3.50' N06o38'10'W L122 8,01' N83°21'50'E L123 3.50' S06038'10'E L124 17.63' N83°21'50'E L125 3.50' N06°38'10'W L1261 9,45' N83°21'50'E L127 4,17' S06°38'10'E L128 3.91' S83°21'50'W L129 25,28' S06038'10'E L130 25,88' S06038'10'E L131 13,18' N06°38'10'W L132 6.25' N83°21'50'E L133 13,50' N06°3810'W 11y-lt - D �j- - 1 `1 o ATLANTIC BLVD 0m TTI - i D V, N m I I 7 rt I 1 i Z a a 1 --1 1 ,J J LEMON ST VICINITY MAP SCALE: 1" = 600' 1-54 --_lc�w�o0, lh�Irloo - 5,23 ' C Lw0rno 75JEA-ELn I9.25, 10.77' 35.75'299.77' S83'219 50"�N TREET AHERANNTA STREET, A 40 R/W) (FORMERLY DETAIL 'A' NOT TO SCALE LEGEND R\W = RIGHT-OF-WAY O.R.B. = OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK P.B. = PLAT BOOK PG.(S) = PAGE(S) S. F. = LOT AREA IN SQUARE FEET C.M. = CONCRETE MONUMENT JEA-E. = JEA EASEMENT JEA-E.E. = JEA EQUIPMENT EASEMENT A.&D.E. = ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT E = SET 4"x 4" PERMANENT REFERENCE MONUMENT STAMPED "P.R.M. LB 3731" (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) Q = SET NAIL & DISK "PRM LB 3731" DENOTES UTILITY `\ \ EASEMENT LINE TABLE LINE LENGTH BEARING L134 35.10' N83°211501E 1-135 3,96' N06°38'10'W L136 19,89' N83°21'50'E L137 35.65' S06°38'10'E L138 25,88' S06°38'10'E L139 20.28' S06°38'10'E L140 3,91' N83°21'50'E L141 29.17' S06°38'10'E L1421 14,45' S83°21'50'W L143 3,50' N06°38'10'W L144 7.63' S83°21'50'W L145 3,50' S06°38'10'E L146 13.68' S83°21'50'W L147 24.45' N06'38'10'W L148 5.59' S83°21'50'W L149 5,00' N06°38'10'W L150 25.88' N06°38'10'W L151 8.18' N06°38'10'W L152 6,25' N83°21'50'E L153 18.50' N06°381101W L154 21,28' N83°21'50'E L155 3.96' N06°38'10'W L156 9,89' N63°21'50'E L157 30.65' S06°38'10'E L158 25,88' S06°38'10'E L159 25,28' S06°38'10'E L160 331' N83°21'50'E 11y-lt - D �j- - 1 `1 o ATLANTIC BLVD 0m TTI - i D V, N m I I 7 rt I 1 i Z a a 1 --1 1 ,J J LEMON ST VICINITY MAP SCALE: 1" = 600' 1-54 --_lc�w�o0, lh�Irloo - 5,23 ' C Lw0rno 75JEA-ELn I9.25, 10.77' 35.75'299.77' S83'219 50"�N TREET AHERANNTA STREET, A 40 R/W) (FORMERLY DETAIL 'A' NOT TO SCALE LEGEND R\W = RIGHT-OF-WAY O.R.B. = OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK P.B. = PLAT BOOK PG.(S) = PAGE(S) S. F. = LOT AREA IN SQUARE FEET C.M. = CONCRETE MONUMENT JEA-E. = JEA EASEMENT JEA-E.E. = JEA EQUIPMENT EASEMENT A.&D.E. = ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT E = SET 4"x 4" PERMANENT REFERENCE MONUMENT STAMPED "P.R.M. LB 3731" (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) Q = SET NAIL & DISK "PRM LB 3731" DENOTES UTILITY `\ \ EASEMENT LINE TABLE LINE LENGTH BEARING L161 4.17' S06°38'10'E L162 9.45' S83°21'501W L163 3,50' N06°38'10'W L164 17.63' S83°21'50'W L165 3,50' S06°38'10'E L166 8.01' S83°21'50'W L167 10,45' N06°38'10'W L168 0.67' S83°21'50'W L169 19.00' N06°38'10'W L170 5.59'S83°21'50'W S06°38'10'E L171 8.00' N06°38'10'W L172 6,25' N83°21'50'E L173 17,88' N06°38'10'W L174 6,25' S83°21'50'W L175 11,10' N83°21'50'E L176 15,45' N83°21'50'E L177 9,25' N83°21'50'E L178 13,69' N83°21'50'E L179 15.00' S06°38'10'E L180 15,00' N06°38'10'W L181 15,00' N06°38'10'W 1-182 13,09' N83°21'50'E L183 13.02' N83°21'50'E L184 15,00' N06°38'10'W L185 15.00' N06°38'10'W L186 15,00' S06°38'10'E 1-187 15,00' S06°38'10'E 11y-lt - D �j- - 1 `1 o ATLANTIC BLVD 0m TTI - i D V, N m I I 7 rt I 1 i Z a a 1 --1 1 ,J J LEMON ST VICINITY MAP SCALE: 1" = 600' 1-54 --_lc�w�o0, lh�Irloo - 5,23 ' C Lw0rno 75JEA-ELn I9.25, 10.77' 35.75'299.77' S83'219 50"�N TREET AHERANNTA STREET, A 40 R/W) (FORMERLY DETAIL 'A' NOT TO SCALE LEGEND R\W = RIGHT-OF-WAY O.R.B. = OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK P.B. = PLAT BOOK PG.(S) = PAGE(S) S. F. = LOT AREA IN SQUARE FEET C.M. = CONCRETE MONUMENT JEA-E. = JEA EASEMENT JEA-E.E. = JEA EQUIPMENT EASEMENT A.&D.E. = ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT E = SET 4"x 4" PERMANENT REFERENCE MONUMENT STAMPED "P.R.M. LB 3731" (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) Q = SET NAIL & DISK "PRM LB 3731" DENOTES UTILITY `\ \ EASEMENT ................. .................. . DENOTES ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT GRAPHIC SCALE 0 10 20 (IN FEET) 1"=20' Clary, ssociates PROFESSIONAL SURVEYORS & MAPPERS LB NO. 3731 3830 CROWN POINT ROAD JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32257 (904) 260-2703 WWW.CLARYASSOC.COM LINE TABLE LINE LENGTH BEARING L188 15,22' N83°21'50'E L189 10.77' N83°21'50'E L190 15,00' N06°38'10'W L191 15,00' N06°38'10'W L192 15.00' S06°38'10'E L193 15.00' S06°38'10'E L194 20,48' N83°21'50'E 1-195 5,69' N83°21'50'E L196 15,00' S06°38'10'E L197 15,00' S06°38'10'E L198 15,00' N06°38'10'W L199 5,69' N83°21'50'E L200 17.69' N83°21'50'E L201 6,36' N83°21'50'E L202 18,08' N83°21'50'E L203 10,77' N83°21'50'E L204 9,25' N83°21'50'E L205 5,97' N83°21'50'E L206 3.69' N83°21'50'E L207 11,97' N83°21'50'E L208 8.12' N83°21'50'E L209 3,58' N83°21'50'E L210 13,02' N83°21'50'E L211 10,28' N83°21'50'E L2121 10,81' N83°21'50'E ................. .................. . DENOTES ACCESS & DRAINAGE EASEMENT GRAPHIC SCALE 0 10 20 (IN FEET) 1"=20' Clary, ssociates PROFESSIONAL SURVEYORS & MAPPERS LB NO. 3731 3830 CROWN POINT ROAD JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32257 (904) 260-2703 WWW.CLARYASSOC.COM GENERAL NOTES: 1. Topographic boundary survey, including property lines, legal description, existing utilities, site topography with spot elevations, outstanding physical features and existing structure locations was provided by CLARY & ASSOCIATES; DATED 2017-04-06. 2. Prosser, Inc., Planners and Engineers and its associates will not be held responsible for the accuracy of survey or for design errors or omissions resulting from survey inaccuracies. 3. All phases of site work for this project shall meet or exceed the City of Atlantic Beach site work specifications. 4. The contractor shall be held solely responsible for and shall take all precautions necessary to avoid property damage to adjacent properties during the construction phases of this project. 5. Warranty / Disclaimer: The designs represented in these plans are in accordance with established practices of civil engineering for the design functions. Neither the Engineer nor its personnel can or do warrant these designs or plans as constructed except in the specific cases where the Engineer inspects and controls the physical construction on a contemporary basis at the site. 6• For boundary, roadway and building geometry information see engineering site plan. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to verify that the building dimensions shown on the engineering plan agrees with the dimensions shown on the architectural plan. If any dimensions do not agree, the architect, engineer and owner shall be notified and the dimensions adjusted prior to commencing with construction. 7. The contractor shall notify all utility companies prior to construction for verification and location of all utilities. 8. Contractor shall furnish shop drawings to Engineer indicating materials and manner of installation for all components of the project prior to purchase of materials and construction. 9. These engineering drawings may not show all of the City of Atlantic Beach standard details required to complete construction of this project. It shall be the contractor's responsibility that the construction, outside City of Atlantic Beach right of way be in accordance with all current City of Atlantic Beach Standard Details and Specifications. 10. The contractor shall furnish certified "as-builts" , see As -Built Requirements on this sheet. 11. Contractor shall verify and protect all existing trees and natural vegetation that are to remain undisturbed. The areas indicated for construction shall be cleared and grubbed to remove all roots and miscellaneous vegetation except specific trees that shall be protected from damage during construction with the use of tree barriers. 12. All work shall be performed in a safe manner. All safety rules and guidelines of OSHA shall be followed. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for any injuries of his employees, and any damage to private property or persons during the course of this project. All costs associated with complying with OSHA regulations and the Florida Trench Safety Act shall be included in the Contractors bid. 13. All improvements shown shall be warranted by the Contractor to the Owner for a period of one year from date of acceptance by the Owner. If the work is in the City Right -Of -Way or easement, the Contractor's one year warranty shall extend to the City of Atlantic Beach. 14. The Contractor shall contract with an independent testing laboratory to perform materials testing and soil testing in accordance with the City requirement and the recommendations outlined in the geotechnical report. This shall include density testing in all pavement areas and in the utility trenches located in pavement areas, concrete testing and all other materials testing. 15. The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary permits and insurance required for the project. 16. The Contractor shall provide no less than 6 inch clearance between all utilities other than water mains, which shall be to City Health Department permit conditions. 17. These plans do not stand by themselves. Bid documents, COAB water and sewer standards details & materials, City of Atlantic Beach standard specifications & details and any other standards, listed or referenced, are included in the project documents. 18. The contractor shall notify the City of Atlantic Beach @ 247-5814 a minimum of 24 hours prior to starting construction. 19. All work in the right-of-way requires Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) per FDOT index 613. Contractor shall not work in the ROW from 7:00am to 9:00am and from 4:00pm to 7:00pm. Work in the ROW shall only occur during daylight hours. GRADING AND DRAINAGE NOTES: 1. Contractor shall verify existing elevations at connection points prior to construction and notify Engineer of any discrepancies. 2. See geotechnical report for site preparation requirements. - dated 3. The contractor shall coordinate the grading and drainage construction with all other construction. 4. The Contractor shall submit shop drawings to the Engineer and the city, if required, on all materials, for review and approval, prior to purchase or fabrication of any utility pipe or structure. 5. All construction and materials shall conform with all City of Atlantic Beach standards. 6• The contractor shall stake the storm sewer system and the sanitary sewer system and shall notify the Engineer of any conflicts prior to installation of any pipe. 7. The existing utility facilities and locations shown on the drawings are taken from readily available information. The actual locations of the utility facilities may vary somewhat from the locations shown and there may be utility facilities existing that are not shown or indicated on the drawings. The contractor shall contact all agencies with utility facilities in the vicinity of the work and shall locate all underground facilities before beginning work. The contractor shall protect all utility facilities and repair any damages resulting from their work in conformance with the contract documents and specifications and relocate if required at no cost to the owner. 8. All underground utilities shall be installed prior to preparation of subgrade for pavement. 9. Pavement subgrade shall have all unsuitable material removed to a depth of 3.0 feet below subgrade and 2.5 feet beyond back of curb. Backfill with suitable material per the geotechnical report. 10. Any unsuitable material encountered shall be removed from the site. The contractor shall be responsible for the removal of all unsuitable material and replacement with structural fill. Excess suitable fill material shall be moved to Owner specified location. See geotechnical report. 11. The contractor shall be responsible for all subgrade, limerock and asphalt testing as required by the project specifications. 12. One row of sod shall be installed along all edges of pavement. All disturbed areas shall receive sod. **See landscape plans for other requirements. 13. Stormwater Collection System design is based on the 5 -year return frequency storm (Rational Method). 14. All RCP pipe shall meet the requirements of ASTM C-76 and shall be Class III, Wall B. 15. All labeled pipe lengths are approximate and measured to the center of structure or mitered end section. Actual lengths may vary and no added compensation will be made for variations 16. The contractor shall provide a qualified soils laboratory representative on site during excavating to determine the suitability of the existing sub -grade and existing on-site material prior to beginning any filling operation. 17. Contractor shall take all available precautions to control dust. Contractor shall control dust by sprinkling, or by other methods as directed by Engineer at no additional cost to the owner. 18. Contractor to coordinate all work with other utility installations not covered in these plans (Electric, Telephone, Gas, Cable, etc.) and allow for their operations and construction to be performed. 19. Cut and fill slopes shall not exceed 4H:1V unless otherwise noted. 20. Contractor shall repair or replace in-kind any damage that occurs as result of his work. 21. All soils test reports shall be submitted to the Engineer for review and approval. 22. For all trench excavations which exceed five feet (utilities and storm), the following shall be adhered to: a. Contractor shall follow OSHA Standard 29 CFR, section 1926.650 subpart P, which is now a part of Laws of Florida Chapter 90-96. b. The Contractor shall provide written assurance of compliance with this law. c. A separate price item shall be included in their base bid identifying the cost of compliance d. A trench safety system shall be designed by the Contractor. 23. All areas shown to be filled shall be cleared and grubbed in accordance with City Standards and shall be filled with clean structural fill compacted and tested in accordance with the geotechnical report. 24. All debris resulting from all activities shall be disposed of off-site by the Contractor. 25. All existing trees to remain shall be protected and preserved. 26. The Contractor shall coordinate connection of proposed piping with all existing piping. 27. All drainage structures shall be constructed to conform to City requirements and shall be constructed to conform to curbing and low points as shown on plans. 28. Contractor shall ensure that all new and existing drainage structures, pipes, etc. are clean and functioning properly at time of acceptance. 29. Burning of trees, brush and other material shall not be permitted on property. 30. All inverts in drainage structures to be precast or brick with layer of mortar between each layer of brick, or reddi-mix concrete with #57 stone. 31. The Contractor shall restore all culverts, headwalls and storm drain inlets removed or disturbed by the construction operation. The cost of these items shall be included in the price bid for furnishing and installing any new item causing such damage. 32. Should the surface or subsurface conditions differ from what is shown on these plans, the contractor shall immediately contact the engineer. 33. Corrugated Polyethylene Pipe (CPP), shall be per AASHTO 10252 or 294 with smooth inner lining Type S with bell and spigot, silt -tight, rubber-gasketed joints. 34. Inlet grate sizes shown on plans. All concrete boxes and yard drain structures shall be sized by contractor. WATER NOTES: 1. The contractor shall obtain all permits required to complete the construction. 2. Contractor shall coordinate the construction of water facilities with all other construction. 3. Contractor shall furnish shop drawings to the engineer for approval prior to beginning construction and purchasing materials. 4. All workmanship and materials shall conform to latest COAB Standards and Specifications and applicable AWWA Standards. 5. The existing utility facilities and locations shown on the drawings are taken from readily available information. The actual locations of the utility facilities may vary somewhat from the Ilocations shown and there may be utility facilities existing that are not shown or indicated on the drawings. The contractor shall contact all agencies with utility facilities in the vicinity of the work and shall locate all underground facilities before beginning work. The contractor shall protect all utility facilities and repair any damages resulting from their work. in conformance with the contract documents and specifications and relocate if required at no cost to the owner. 6. Water lines shall have a minimum of 36" cover from finished grade. Maximum cover shall be 60". 7. Water lines are designed to finished grade and shall be protected until finish work is complete. 8. All water mains 3" and larger shall be AMA C900, DR25 P'VC. Water mains 2" and smaller shall be polyethylene pipe with couplings may be used and with NSF -PW approval. 9. Restrained joints are required where water mains are terminated and at all bends, in accordance with COAB standard details and specifications. 10. All gate valves 2" and larger shall be non -rising stem type and shall be suitable for 200 psi non -shock working pressure. Gate valves shall be mechanical joint, iron body, resilient seat, 2" square operating nut, Mueller or equal. Valve boxes with screw extensions shall be provided for each buried gate valve. Boxes shall be of cast iron construction, 3/8" minimum wall thickness and shall be non -tacky tar enamel coated. The word "water" shall be cast in cover. All gate valves installed shall open by turning to the left (counterclockwise) when viewed from the stem. 12. Class B, Type I bedding shall be used for this project unless indicated otherwise on the drawings or directed by the engineer. 13. Unsuitable materials under water pipe shall be removed and replaced with selected backfill properly compacted. The material shall exhibit moisture contents within +1- 2 percent of the modified proctor optimum moisture content (ASTM D1557) during the compaction operations. Compaction shall continue until densities of at least 95 percent of the modified proctor maximum dry density (ASTM D 1557) have been achieved. 14. Backfilling shall be made with clean backfill which shall be thoroughly compacted in 6" lifts. Compaction shall be a minimum of 95% of max. density at +/- 2.0% of the modified proctor 15. Where water mains are laid under ditches, culverts, pipelines, or obstructions without fittings, the maximum deflection of any joint shall not exceed 50% of the maximum recommended by the pipe manufacturer. 16. No connection to existing potable water system will be allowed until all proposed water lines have been flushed, pressure tested, disinfected, and cleared for service by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. 17. Contractor shall notify utility company a minimum of two days prior to connection of water mains to existing lines. All new work must be inspected by the engineer. No tests shall be scheduled for weekends. Any change from the technical requirements must be reviewed and approved by the engineer and owner. 18. Hydrostatic and leakage testing of the water mains installed shall be performed in accordance with AWWA standard specifications. A representative of the utility company or the engineer must be present during the tests. Pressure tests shall be conducted at 150 psi for 2 hours for water mains and 200 psi for 2 hours for fire mains. Pressure test after limerock is installed. WATER NOTES (CONT'D): 19. The contractor shall coordinate all water main flushing with COAB Utility Department. Flushing and disinfection procedures shall comply with AWWA C-651 for main disinfection. 20. Upon completion of water main flushing, bacteriological samples shall be taken. Samples shall be taken for 2 consecutive days. 21. Sample points for bacteriological sampling shall be located as follows: 1. Every 1000 feet and/or every dead end on a water main. 2. Point of tie-in to existing water system. 3. Water main stubs more than 40 feet in length. 22. Fire hydrants shall meet COAB standards. 23. New or relocated, underground water mains included in this project shall be laid to provide a horizontal distance of at least three feet between the outside of the water main and the outside of any existing or proposed vacuum -type sanitary sewer, storm sewer, stormwater force main, or pipeline conveying reclaimed water regulated under Part III of Chapter 62-610, F.A.C.; a horizontal distance of at least six feet between the outside of the water main and the outside of any existing or proposed gravity -type sanitary sewer (or a horizontal distance of at least three feet between the outside of the water main and the outside of any existing or proposed gravity -type sanitary sewer if the bottom of the water main will be laid at least six inches above the top of the sewer); a horizontal distance of at least six feet between the outside of the water main and the outside of any existing or proposed pressure-type sanitary sewer, wastewater force main, or pipeline conveying reclaimed water not regulated under Part III of Chapter 62-610, F.A.C.; and a horizontal distance of at least ten feet between the outside of the water main and all parts of any existing or proposed "on-site sewage treatment and disposal system." [FAC 62-555.314(1); exceptions allowed under FAC 62-555.314(5)] 24. New or relocated, underground water mains that are included in this project and that will cross any existing or proposed gravity- or vacuum -type sanitary sewer or storm sewer shall be laid so the outside of the water main is at least six inches above the other pipeline or at least 12 inches below the other pipeline; and new or relocated, underground water mains that are included in this project and that will cross any existing or proposed pressure-type sanitary sewer, wastewater or stormwater force main, or pipeline conveying reclaimed water shall be laid so the outside of the water main is at least 12 inches above or below the other pipeline. [FAC 62-555.314(2); exceptions allowed under FAC 62-555.314(5)] 25. At the utility crossings described in Part II.C.1.w, above, one full length of water pipe shall be centered above or below the other pipelines so the water main joints will be as far as possible from the other pipeline or the pipes will be arranged so that all water main joints are at least three feet from all joints in vacuum -type sanitary sewers, storm sewers, stormwater force mains, or pipelines conveying reclaimed water regulated under Part III of Chapter 62-610, F.A.C., and at least six feet from all joints in gravity- or pressure-type sanitary sewers, wastewater force mains, or pipelines conveying reclaimed water not regulated under Part III of Chapter 62-610, F.A.C. [FAC 62-555.314(2); exceptions allowed under FAC 62-555.314(5)] 26. When a water main crosses a storm drainage line, a minimum of 18" vertical separation shall be required. 27. All water and sewer construction shall be accomplished by an underground utility contractor licensed under the provisions of Chapter 489 Florida Statutes. 28. All water mains shall terminate approximately 5 feet outside the building unless otherwise noted. The end of these service lines shall be tightly plugged or capped and marked until such time as connection is made inside the building. 29. The contractor shall make application to utility company for the project water meter and shall pay for all meter fees. 30. The contractor shall be responsible to provide mitigating construction measures in all cases where a minimum of 18 inches of vertical clearance between water and sewer (including storm) lines is not possible. 31. The contractor shall be responsible for providing water for construction use during entire course of project if necessary. 32. Pressure pipe and fittings requiring restraint shall be braced with restrained joints per COAB Standards. 33. If dewatering capacity requires a consumptive use permit it shall be the Contractor's responsibility to obtain the permit through the St. Johns River Water Management District. 34. If solvent contamination is found in the pipe trench, work shall be stopped and the proper authorities notified. With approval of the permitting agency, ductile iron pipe, fittings, and solvent resistant gasket material such as fluorocarbon shall be used in the contaminated area. The ductile iron pipe shall extend at least 100 feet beyond any solvent noted. Any contaminated soil that is excavated shall be placed on an impermeable mat and covered with a waterproof covering. The proper authorities shall be notified and the contaminated soil held for proper disposal. 35. All backflow preventers shall be in accordance with COAB cross connection program. Backflow preventers must be tested after installation by a certified tester and annually thereafter. COAB contact: Malcolm Clemons @ 247-5834. Backflow preventers on fire lines or backflow preventers on fire lines or combinations fire/potable mains shall have freeze protection. FDOT GENERAL NOTES a. All work performed within the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Right -of -Way (ROW) shall conform to the most current edition of the following publications: i Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction (English). ii FDOT Standards Index (English) iii FDOT Plans Prep Manual iv FDOT Flexible Pavement Design Manual for New Construction and Pavement Rehabilitation. b. Should a conflict arise between the details shown in the plans and the FDOT Standards the Engineer/ Permittee shall immediately confer with the Department's Engineer in order to resolve the discrepancy. In no case will anything less that the Department's minimum standard be allowed. c. All traffic striping and markings are to be lead-free, non -solvent based thermoplastic. d. Removal of existing striping shall be accomplished using the "hydro -blast" method. If this process damages/ scars pavement, then the pavement shall be milled and resurfaced per FDOT Standards. e. Existing paved shoulder shall be removed full depth prior to widening of the roadway. f. All curb and gutter and sidewalk will be removed and replaced joint to joint. g. Temporary stabilize sidewalk at end of work day reopen. Permanent repair within 7 days. Sidewalk replacement from Joint to Joint. h. All disturbed area within the FDOT ROW will be restored to original or better condition by grading and sodding the area disturbed (Bermuda in rural, Centipede in Utility Strips.) i. Burning of material and/or debris is prohibited within FDOT ROW. j. All lanes must be opened for traffic during an evacuation notice of hurricane or other catastrophic event and shall remain open for the duration of the evacuation or event. SANITARY SEWER NOTES: 1. The contractor shall obtain all permits required to complete the construction. 2. Contractor shall coordinate the construction of sewer facilities with all other construction. 3. Contractor shall furnish shop drawings to the Engineer for approval before ordering materials and beginning construction. 4. All gravity sewer construction shall conform to the latest COAB standards and specifications. 5. The existing utility facilities and locations shown on the drawings are taken from readily available information. The actual locations of the utility facilities may vary somewhat from the locations shown and there may be utility facilities existing that are not shown or indicated on the drawings. The contractor shall contact all agencies with utility facilities in the vicinity of the work and shall locate all underground facilities before beginning work. The contractor shall protect all utility facilities and repair any damages resulting from their work in conformance with the contract documents and specifications and relocate if required at no cost to the owner. 6. The contractor shall stake the sanitary sewer system and the storm sewer system and shall notify the Engineer of any conflicts prior to installation of any pipe. 7. Manholes shall be in conformance with COAB Standards. 8. Type B bedding shall be used for this project unless indicated otherwise on the drawings. 9. Backfilling shall be made with clean backfill which shall be thoroughly compacted in 6" lifts. Compaction shall be a minimum of 95% max density at +/- 2% of the modified proctor optimum moisture content. 10. Unsuitable materials under sewer pipe shall be removed to a depth of 18" below the bottom of pipe and replaced with selected backfill properly compacted in 6" lifts. The material shall exhibit moisture contents within +/- 2 percent of the modified proctor optimum moisture content (ASTM D1557) during the compaction operations. Compaction shall continue until densities of at least 95 percent of the modified proctor maximum dry density (ASTM D1557) have been achieved. 11. All sewer construction shall be accomplished by an underground utility contractor licensed under Chapter 489 F.S. 12. All pipe lengths are horizontal distances and are approximate. 13. All sanitary sewer laterals shall terminate approximately 5 feet outside the building at a minimum depth of 3' below grade unless otherwise noted. The end of these service lines shall be tightly plugged or capped and marked until such time as connection is made inside the building. 14. The Contractor shall perform a television inspection of the sewer system. Two full reports, including video tape, shall indicate conditions of the pipe, location, type of pipe, diameter, location of services, type of joint, distance between manholes and any irregularities in the pipeline. The television inspection shall include a deflection test with a 5% mandrel. The sewer lines shall be lamped as part of the final inspection. 15. The Contractor shall coordinate the location, size and invert elevations of sanitary sewer services with the approved plumbing plans for the building. 16. Contractor shall provide to the Engineer, a schedule of invert elevations of all sanitary manholes prior to the placement of the limerock base course. This schedule shall be provided by the registered land surveyor submitting the "as -built" drawings for this project. 17. All sewer mains shall be PVC (ASTM -3034) SDR -35 for depths to 12 feet, SDR -26 for depths 12 feet or deeper, or in easements unless otherwise noted. 18. Gravity sanitary sewer shall be low pressure air tested for leakage. Maximum allowable leakage rate is 50 gpd per inch of diameter per mile. ASTM C-828-86 or C-924. 19. All gravity sewers installed under this project shall be tested for leakage by the contractor to demonstrate that: 1) the leakage exfiltration or infiltration does not exceed 200 gallons per inch of pipe diameter per mile per day for any section of the system; 2) Exfiltration or infiltration tests shall be performed with a minimum positive head of 2 feet; and 3) Air test, as a minimum, conform to the test procedure described in ASTM C-828 for clay pipe, ASTM F-1417 for plastic pipe, and for other materials appropriate test procedure described in ASTM C-828 for clay pipe, ASTM F-1417 for plastic pipe, and for other materials appropriate text procedures are used per RSWF 33.93 33.94 and 33.95. AS -BUILT REQUIREMENTS Contractor shall provide complete as -built information to the Engineer in accordance with the following requirements: 1. As -built drawings shall be prepared in AutoCAD format by a registered land surveyor. One set of signed and sealed prints and a set of computer disks containing project AutoCAD files and PDF's of the prints shall be submitted to the Engineer for review and approval. Additional signed and sealed prints shall be provided to the Engineer as requested. 2. As -built drawings shall be in accordance with all authorities having jurisdiction. Contractor shall coordinate as -built submittals and approvals with jurisdictional agencies unless otherwise directed by the Engineer. 3. Provide building locations, finish floor elevations, pavement grades and all underground facilities. 4. Provide perimeter dimensions at top of bank and at bottom of pond. 5. Provide elevations at top of bank and bottom of pond. 6. Provide special detail drawings where installations were not as shown on contract drawings due to field conditions or where required for clarity. 7. Provide location, elevation and description of benchmark(s). 8. Locate and provide elevations of all structures. Location of all structures shall be from two (2) directions and include northing/easting coordinates at center of structure. 9. Locate all pipes and provide size, elevation, invert elevations, length and type. 10. Provide dimensions and elevations of the pond outfall structure(s). 11. Water as-builts shall indicate the location of bacteriological sample points. 12. The as-builts shall include a detail of every crossing of the new water main with gravity sewers, force mains and storm pipes clearly shown & indicating the vertical clearances at each crossing. Details shall be furnished for parallel runs where the horizontal separation is less than 10 feet. 13. The centering of uncut lengths of pipe at points of crossing shall be documented on the as-builts and all mitigating construction measures clearly depicted in cases where a minimum of 18" of vertical clearance between the water and sewer (including storm) lines is not possible. HOURS •' • •,r CALL SUNSHINE ��'�'l i _� `1r 'fir 1-800-432-4770 1 y„�:.. TM PROSSER Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 Revision PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 1 st SUBMITTAL DESIGNED BY: JBD 2nd SUBMITTAL DRAWN BY: DPT 3rd SUBMITTAL SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1 st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE GENERAL NOTES 'v GE STAT ' AFOF C1 .0 •, K No. 62 V,,��Nr DATE: 8. REMOVE ALL EXISTING PAVEMENT, PLANT MATERIAL AND CURB AS SHOWN. 9. CONTRACTOR SHALL REVIEW AND IMPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS OF GEOTECHNICAL REPORT FOR ALL EARTHWORK ACTIVITIES. 10. SEE SHEET C8.0 & 9.0 FOR SEQUENCING OF EROSION CONTROL AND DETAILS. 11. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL HAVE AT LEAST ONE PERSON ONSITE AT ALL TIMES DURING WORK ACTIVITIES CERTIFIED THROUGH THE FLORIDA STORMWATER, EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL INSPECTOR TRAINING PROGRAM. 12. LAND DISTURBANCE ACTIVITIES THAT ENCOUNTER WORK INTERRUPTIONS OF 14 DAYS OR MORE SHALL STABILIZE ALL DISTURBED AREAS. 13. ADISTRICT CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMIT MAY BE REQUIRED TO AUTHORIZE DEWATERING CONSTRUCTIONS., CONTACT CAROLINE SILVERS AT 448-7903 TO REQUEST A CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMIT DETERMINATION FROM SJRWMD PRIOR TO ANY CONSTRUCTION. 14. BEFORE CONSTRUCTION BEGINS, CONTRACTOR SHALL TEST GROUNDWATER AND COORDINATE WITH KIM PEARCE 904.256.1686 OF FDEP TO DETERMINE IF A DEWATERING PERMIT IS REQUIRED ACCORDING TO RULE 62-621.300. 15. ADDITIONAL PERMITS MAY BE NECESSARY FOR THE DEMOLITION OF VERTICAL ELEMENTS. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH COAB BUILDING DEPARTMENT. i I s !- N83 21 50 E 150, 6eP, Sv r 1 0 62 X10 35 14 9 10 9q`/ '4°� ✓� v s sir � f -n N NV 670 9.80 i S INV -6-28 10" PVC GOES INTO LIFT STATION i S INV=7.12 z 9 I UNABLE TO OBTAIN INVERT 0) 10,7 I ( 8" PVC DIR X10.09 741 10 07 972 I 8.6 r>, o �� 0 o 10 4+� SILT FENCE / LIMITS ( ti OF CONSTRUCTION s 1 + f / nmn t�t o, D Lee' ' s � kr b 5/ 10.5 1 9 y r8 5✓SM I p EXISTING POWERPOLES 10.56 s- -j TO BE RELOCATED 1057"��r rr °' 10.1960 ......... 95Oµ 8.9 r EE 29'9.77' (A) s 4 ~ .., I N -ANTER 10. °NU ..,... 7-1 21-411111�1,,I • k 7aJ..1 s Y `Ta -19 •.'"v9!�U 9.3 9.3 ;,• +5 9 34' RA S83'21 0"W t 99 .7T= i 10.6 I 9.5n-, 9.2 ^�„ITN f3't `sem` 2. 8 1 9. 9 5 0 ,,,E °, , ... 1 4 ��: r �v 321'50' .0 9 9 da ,� 5 � n ��•,s NOTES: APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF 1 PROPERTY LINE - ND ERG ROUND -. 90 DEGREE E BEND IN PIPE- U °3 ., Nom, SILT FENCE / LIMITS 1. IT I113 CLEARED THE INTENT OF THIS PLAN TO HAVE A COMPLETELY AND CLEAN SITE. EVERYTHING ABOVE GROUND SHALL BE 8. REMOVED WITHIN THE LIMITS OF CLEARING. CONTOUR 2. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT ALL EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE CA BOTH ON AND OFF THE PROPERTY. LIMITS OF CURB / 3. CONTRACTOR LANDSCAPE 4. COII'�ITRACTOR IN AREA TO VERIFY ALL TREES TO BE PROTECTED WITH PLAN PRIOR TO COMMENCING DEMOLITION. TO NOTE THAT EXISTING UTILITIES MAY BE PRESENT OF WORK THAT ARE NOT SHOWN ON PLAN. ALL UTILITIES CONCRETE/ SHALL BE PROTECTED UNLESS THEY ARE CALLED OUT FOR c DEMOLITION. DEMOLITION 0 5. ALL. GRAVITY ELECTRICAL, FIRE HYDRANTS, TELEPHONE, STORM PIPE, SEWER, FORCEMAIN AND WATER LINES TO REMAIN UNLESS TREE BARRICADE SPECIFICALLY DESIGNATED FOR DEMOLITION ON THIS SHEET OR OTHER SHEETS IN THE PLAN SET. Q 6. ALL. UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC AND TELEPHONE RELOCATIONS SHALL BE COORDINATED WITH UTILITY COMPANIES. FULL EROSION CONTROL MEASURES MUST BE INSTALLED AND 7. ALL_ ACCOMPLISHED DEMOLITION, REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL N CODES AND REQUIREMENTS. ALL DEMOLITION MATERIALS SHALL O BECOME THE PROPERTY OF THE CONTRACTOR, UNLESS SP=CIFICALLY DESIGNATED OTHERWISE AND DISPOSED OFFSITE. 8. REMOVE ALL EXISTING PAVEMENT, PLANT MATERIAL AND CURB AS SHOWN. 9. CONTRACTOR SHALL REVIEW AND IMPLEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS OF GEOTECHNICAL REPORT FOR ALL EARTHWORK ACTIVITIES. 10. SEE SHEET C8.0 & 9.0 FOR SEQUENCING OF EROSION CONTROL AND DETAILS. 11. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL HAVE AT LEAST ONE PERSON ONSITE AT ALL TIMES DURING WORK ACTIVITIES CERTIFIED THROUGH THE FLORIDA STORMWATER, EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL INSPECTOR TRAINING PROGRAM. 12. LAND DISTURBANCE ACTIVITIES THAT ENCOUNTER WORK INTERRUPTIONS OF 14 DAYS OR MORE SHALL STABILIZE ALL DISTURBED AREAS. 13. ADISTRICT CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMIT MAY BE REQUIRED TO AUTHORIZE DEWATERING CONSTRUCTIONS., CONTACT CAROLINE SILVERS AT 448-7903 TO REQUEST A CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMIT DETERMINATION FROM SJRWMD PRIOR TO ANY CONSTRUCTION. 14. BEFORE CONSTRUCTION BEGINS, CONTRACTOR SHALL TEST GROUNDWATER AND COORDINATE WITH KIM PEARCE 904.256.1686 OF FDEP TO DETERMINE IF A DEWATERING PERMIT IS REQUIRED ACCORDING TO RULE 62-621.300. 15. ADDITIONAL PERMITS MAY BE NECESSARY FOR THE DEMOLITION OF VERTICAL ELEMENTS. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH COAB BUILDING DEPARTMENT. i I s !- N83 21 50 E 150, 6eP, Sv r 1 0 62 X10 35 14 9 10 9q`/ '4°� ✓� v s sir � f -n N NV 670 9.80 i S INV -6-28 10" PVC GOES INTO LIFT STATION i S INV=7.12 z 9 I UNABLE TO OBTAIN INVERT 0) 10,7 I ( 8" PVC DIR X10.09 741 10 07 972 I 8.6 r>, o �� 0 o 10 4+� SILT FENCE / LIMITS ( ti OF CONSTRUCTION s 1 + f / nmn t�t o, D Lee' ' s � kr b 5/ 10.5 1 9 y r8 5✓SM I p EXISTING POWERPOLES 10.56 s- -j TO BE RELOCATED 1057"��r rr °' 10.1960 ......... 95Oµ 8.9 r EE 29'9.77' (A) s 4 ~ .., I N -ANTER 10. °NU ..,... 7-1 21-411111�1,,I • k 7aJ..1 s Y `Ta -19 •.'"v9!�U 9.3 9.3 ;,• +5 9 34' RA S83'21 0"W t 99 .7T= i 10.6 I 9.5n-, 9.2 ^�„ITN f3't `sem` 2. 8 1 9. 9 5 0 ,,,E °, , ... 1 4 ��: r �v 321'50' .0 9 9 da ,� 5 � n ��•,s 6 A \ 1 f r \ 1 �`: \ � ,rn•.r.p a., k =�- ..,. ^T°�?M'+Mi,-,d6id'i1E j ..... 1 F,., :. . +,�N> „ / iYj O 99:449.25 992 .32 . 9.07 79�0 sµPVC04 85 8 .0SS SS 0 7 9 96 ss- -SS- 9.48 �SS -- 27 SS SS g 78 I�.Ot CINL ?O Imo --12" RCP TOP -9-26 FL=8.81 ENCHMARKP=.04 "BB T 'v"5 BOX CUT �. ; SENV9s.79 'N10 ON BACK OF WALK Lj (N IN INV=7.86 ELEV=9.61 (NAVD '88) TOP -C8 8s (s) w INv_7.12 N INV -6.62 AHER STREET (FORMERL TLANTA STREET) 40' P BLIC ROW N N N r ,2 NOTE: CONTRACTOR SHALL SEQUENCE ONSITE AND OFFSITE WORK SUCH THAT IT DOES NOT DISRUPT EXISTING PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC. LEGEND 7. APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF 1 PROPERTY LINE - ND ERG ROUND -. 90 DEGREE E BEND IN PIPE- U °3 ., Nom, SILT FENCE / LIMITS ® SF 9 24 8. EXISTING 9.22 CONTOUR yy EXISTING CA SS SS SS SS -'9.36 LIMITS OF CURB / 2. .' /X CONCRETE/ '19 3 1 4aTk 2; c 10, DEMOLITION 0 INLET PROTECTION • TREE BARRICADE DISTURBING ACTIVITIES. FLORIDA STORMWATER, EROSION, AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL 3. Q INSPECTOR TRAINING PROGRAM. IF FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PLAN DOES NOT PROVIDE FOR 11. FULL EROSION CONTROL MEASURES MUST BE INSTALLED AND EFFECTIVE EROSION CONTROL, ADDITIONAL EROSION AND N APPROVED PRIOR TO BEGINNING ANY EARTH DISTURBING O ACTIVITIES. CONTACT PUBLIC WORKS (247-5834) FOR EROSION AND CONTROL OR THREAT OF THE SEDIMENT SOURCE BY THE co 4. CONTRACTOR AS NEEDED. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MINIMIZE THE EXTENT OF THE AREA 0 CONSTRUCTION. ALL SEDIMENT/SILT TO REMAIN ONSITE DURING CONSTRUCTION N USING BMP. 5. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL APPLY EFFECTIVE EROSION CONTROL 0 MEASURES TO PREVENT OFFSITE DAMAGE. Q 6. N U_ TO PROTECT THE DISTURBED AREA FROM OFF SITE RUNOFF AND TO rn 3 PREVENT SEDIMENTATION DAMAGE TO AREAS BELOW THE O 5 w C7 Z X 0 c>i 0 m F Z Lu rY D U 0 0 Q v Z w M r _ o 0 T r r LL 6 A \ 1 f r \ 1 �`: \ � ,rn•.r.p a., k =�- ..,. ^T°�?M'+Mi,-,d6id'i1E j ..... 1 F,., :. . +,�N> „ / iYj O 99:449.25 992 .32 . 9.07 79�0 sµPVC04 85 8 .0SS SS 0 7 9 96 ss- -SS- 9.48 �SS -- 27 SS SS g 78 I�.Ot CINL ?O Imo --12" RCP TOP -9-26 FL=8.81 ENCHMARKP=.04 "BB T 'v"5 BOX CUT �. ; SENV9s.79 'N10 ON BACK OF WALK Lj (N IN INV=7.86 ELEV=9.61 (NAVD '88) TOP -C8 8s (s) w INv_7.12 N INV -6.62 AHER STREET (FORMERL TLANTA STREET) 40' P BLIC ROW N N N r ,2 NOTE: CONTRACTOR SHALL SEQUENCE ONSITE AND OFFSITE WORK SUCH THAT IT DOES NOT DISRUPT EXISTING PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC. LEGEND 7. RIGHT-OF-WAY / 1 PROPERTY LINE 1st SUBMITTAL SILT FENCE / LIMITS ® SF OF CONSTRUCTION 8. EXISTING 3rd SUBMITTAL CONTOUR 4/25/2018 EXISTING 5 SPOT ELEVATION 9. LIMITS OF CURB / 2. .' /X CONCRETE/ AND COMPLIANCE PROGRAM. ASPHALT 10, DEMOLITION ® INLET PROTECTION • TREE BARRICADE "--I --� 10.4� SILT FENCE / LIMITS OF CONSTRUCTION .e 10.34;1 {10,41 10.6 -+- +10.50 TREE BARRICADE (TYP.)c'i' �X I �y 10.2 V1,+ rlc l j 9.8 f _ t I � 10.5 (�+� -10.34 +10-37 0 c p 0 w o x o X 10 +.4 O 3 EXISTING CURB &GUTTER o AND SIDEWALK TO BE REMOVED I 10.1E ' CINL 70P=10.21 ��P` FL=9.76 ,9 10.4910.19 98 EP= INV=8,08 "24 L _ f 2 1v 1 1 s 9.83 10.17 d 77771"1" 777777 3 I 1^° !• �' �+ M CURB 1 "0 �q s X 9.6 •992: �� c!s� s i 110.12 -SSSS SS - SS / SS 10.0 °� "+ 10.12 +10 26 9� CINL TOP -10.56 sf CB=9.94 INV -7.83 g� BOX CUTRNER OF ELEVA710N- CINL -10.58 IN EROSION CONTROL NOTES: 7. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN LOW RUNOFF VELOCITIES AND 1 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL RUNOFF SHALL BE DETAINED ON THE SITE. 1. EROSION CONTROL AND TREE PROTECTION MEASURES SHALL BE 8. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL STABILIZE DISTURBED AREAS 3rd SUBMITTAL INSTALLED PRIOR TO ANY OTHER CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY AND 4/25/2018 IMMEDIATELY AFTER FINAL GRADE HAS BEEN OBTAINED. 5 MAINTAINED UNTIL PERMANENT GROUND COVER IS ESTABLISHED. 9. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL IMPLEMENT A THOROUGH MAINTENANCE 2. THE ESCAPE OF SEDIMENT FROM THE SITE SHALL BE PREVENTED AND COMPLIANCE PROGRAM. BY THE INSTALLATION OF EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL 10, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL HAVE AT LEASE ONE PERSON ONSITE AT MEASURES AND PRACTICES PRIOR TO, OR CONCURRENT WITH LAND ALL TIMES DURING WORK ACTIVITIES CERTIFIED THROUGH THE DISTURBING ACTIVITIES. FLORIDA STORMWATER, EROSION, AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL 3. EROSION CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE MAINTAINED AT ALL TIMES. INSPECTOR TRAINING PROGRAM. IF FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PLAN DOES NOT PROVIDE FOR 11. FULL EROSION CONTROL MEASURES MUST BE INSTALLED AND EFFECTIVE EROSION CONTROL, ADDITIONAL EROSION AND APPROVED PRIOR TO BEGINNING ANY EARTH DISTURBING SEDIMENT CONTROL MEASURES SHALL BE IMPLEMENTED TO ACTIVITIES. CONTACT PUBLIC WORKS (247-5834) FOR EROSION AND CONTROL OR THREAT OF THE SEDIMENT SOURCE BY THE SEDIMENT CONTROL INSPECTION PRIOR TO START OF 4. CONTRACTOR AS NEEDED. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MINIMIZE THE EXTENT OF THE AREA 12. CONSTRUCTION. ALL SEDIMENT/SILT TO REMAIN ONSITE DURING CONSTRUCTION EXPOSED AT ONE TIME AND THE DURATION OF EXPOSURE. USING BMP. 5. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL APPLY EFFECTIVE EROSION CONTROL MEASURES TO PREVENT OFFSITE DAMAGE. 6. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL APPLY PERIMETER CONTROL PRACTICES TO PROTECT THE DISTURBED AREA FROM OFF SITE RUNOFF AND TO PREVENT SEDIMENTATION DAMAGE TO AREAS BELOW THE DEVELOPMENT SITE. 50 0 25 50 TM PROSSER Community- Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES 0 ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/1212018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE EXISTING CONDITIONS / DEMOLITION PLAN o TATE OF SSI ` �Rw.�1. M.• J. B6'I�11% No.6 '�unrnam�a'a1u0`u`` S H E E T DATE: ULK HEADED DRY PON (BY OTHERS) TOP = 9.55 BOT = 7 40 NOTES: 1. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY EXISTING ELEVATIONS AT ALL TIE-INS AND COORDINATE WITH THE ENGINEER PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. 2. CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE ALL UNSUITABLE MATERIAL PER GEOTECHNICAL REPORTS AND BACKFILL WITH SUITABLE MATERIAL, INCLUDING BUILDING FOOTPRINTS. 3. ALL DISTURBED SOIL IN FUTURE DEVELOPMENT AREA SHALL BE SEEDED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO PREVENT EROSION. 4. ALL SPOT ELEVATION ARE CENTERLINE OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 5. ELEVATIONS OR CONTOURS ARE BASED ON NAVD 88 PER TOPO AND AS -BUILT SURVEY BY DRMP. 6. ALL SIDEWALK SLOPES SHALL NOT EXCEED 2% CROSS AND 5% LONGITUDINALLY. IF CONTRACTOR CAN NOT ACHIEVE THIS, THEY SHALL CONTACT ENGINEER PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. 7. ANY CONSTRUCTION IN CITY ROW WILL REQUIRE A ROW PERMIT. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING 255-8366 DAILY FROM 7:30 AM TO 8:30 AM, WHEN WORKING IN THE CITY ROW. 8. RCP MAY BE SUBSTITUTED WITH ADS HP OR APPROVED EQUAL. 9. CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE STORM PIPE W/ SCREEN WALL FOUNDATION AND RETAINING WALL. TOTAL AREA = 0.90 Ac EXISTING CONDITIONS PERVIOUS AREA = 0.68 Ac BULK HEADED IMPERVIOUS AREA = 0.21 Ac DRY POND (BY OTHERS) TOP = 9.55 POST DEVELOPMENT BOT = 7 40 PERVIOUS AREA = 0 32 Ac NOTCH IN WALL27 LF 27 LF - SEMI IMPERVIOUS = 0.19 Ac (PERVIOUS PAVERS) 12" PVC @ 0.26% 12" PVC @ 0.26% ±10.44 IMPERVIOUS AREA= 0.25 Ac(BLDG, WALKS, ETC.) + 0.14 Ac (PAVERS) = 0.39 Ac s° rW/ MEG 5' TRANSITION%IMPERVIOUS = (0.39 Ac) / 0.90 Ac = 43% DRY RETENTION SWALE NTS :TAINING ALL (BY OTHERS) kTURAL SOILS DRAINAGE STRUCTURE TABLE Date Revision DRAINAGE 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL STIR. NO. STRUCTURE TYPE 2nd SUBMITTAL TOP EL. INVERT EL. 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 AREA 4th SUBMITTAL 5 ST -1 STUB 7.40 15" PVC S STORM MANHOLE - ST -2 CONTROL STRUCTURE 9.80 6.83 15" PVC N 30" WEIR @ ELEV. 8.50 6.83 18" PVC SE ST -3 TYPE "C" INLET 0.08 Ac 9.40 7.47 10" PVC N ST -4 STUB 7.40 10" PVC S ST -5 YARD DRAIN 0.02 Ac 9.52 7.70 10" PVC N ST -6 YARD DRAIN 0.02 Ac 9.50 7.61 10" PVC S 7.61 10" PVC N ST -7 YARD DRAIN 0.02 Ac 9.50 7.51 10" PVC S 7.51 12" PVC N ST -8 STUB 7.40 12" PVC S ST -9 TYPE "C" INLET 0.21 Ac 9.50 5.04 12" PVC N 4.95 12" PVC S ST -10 36" STORM SEWER 9.81 7.47 12" PVC W 7.47 12" PVC NE ST -11 STUB 7.40 12" PVC E STA2 STUB 7.40 12" PVC SW STA3 YARD DRAIN 0.02 Ac 10.24 7.80 10" PVC N ST -14 YARD DRAIN 0.02 Ac 10.24 7.71 10" PVC S 7.71 10" PVC N STA5 YARD DRAIN 0.02 Ac 10.24 7.61 10" PVC S 7.61 12" PVC NW STAG STUB 7.50 12" PVC SE STA7 TYPE "C" INLET 0.06 Ac 10.41 7.60 10" PVC N ST -18 TYPE "C" INLET 0.05 Ac 10.41 7.48 10" PVC S 7.48 12" PVC NW STA 9 STUB 7.40 12" PVC SE PROSSER TM Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN (° N0 " j� • e 1 • w C4■O • SATE OF - OR No..1% M SHEET DATE: hiss Mm ..,, ® SS SS SS SS SS 1 -'7 AV 1r 1 1 111V SLEEVE & VALVE 1-4" GATE VALVE A■ ■�-K (FORMERLY 40' P 1611Kl=�_1 ATLANTA STREET) BLIC ROW N N w y 35 OF EXIST. 8" WATER MAIN 1 -GANG WATER METER ASSEMBLY; 7-%41 METERS (REFER TO JEA PLATE W-1 FOR DETAILS & SPECS.) 1-4"x811 TAPPING SLEEVE & VALVE 1-411 GATE VALVE 115 LF -611 PVC @ 1.0% MIN CO INV. 5.80 � EXISTING FIRE HYDRANT LEGEND RIGHT-OF-WAY / PROPERTY LINE SF SILT FENCE / LIMITS OF CONSTRUCTION PROSSER TM Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1 st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE UTILITY PLAN C5.0 J. BRADFORD DAVIS, P.E. No.62576 S H E E T DATE: FINISHED GRADE 6" JOINT SEALER* 2" 5' TRANSITION 6" 4 CURB NOTE: ts" GUTTER BEDDING EXCAVATION SHALL ACCOMODATE fPAVEMENT BELL SUCH THAT FULL LENGTH OF PIPE 12" GRASS IS SUPPORTED. 4 PLAN WIDTH VARIE CAREFULLY * APPLY JOINT SEALER 60 DAYS TOP OF CURB 5' TRANSITION MIN. v COMPACTED CAREFULLY AFTER ASPHALT HAS BEEN PLACED � 8- (3 Bc+18"MAX. BACKFILL Bc+18"MAX. COMPACTED Z BACKFILL " " 6' 112:1 a Bc+12"MIN. Bc+12°MIN. XCONC. CURB TYPE D HEADER CURB lul\�j�l V Lly +I TOP OF PAVEMENT SLOPE SHEETING Bc Bc OR GUTTER PROFILE SHEETING JOINT SEALER H oo0o N 0000 0 0 2 % MAX °o0gog �^ 5 7" �5 7'- 2% � R3 -5L R3 -5R °°°°°°° --{I CURB TRANSITION SLOPE °00000°' –�- 2 4' t" R °o°°°°°° 1/2"R 1/2"R °°OO °o°° �10•�-1 _Z•� ° °0°0° 1/4 Bc t" R ,oT — 4' MIN./4• I 12• 1 2"R 12" t "R D O O 7 Case X °oogo�o�°° 0 ° ° °^°° 0.5 s. 7.5• 1 Crown °O000g°, �OO000° COMPACTED GRANULAR Bc SHAPED BOTTOM 1 g b/g" / 7" 7 5/8" /2 7" 6", °°ooa ETECTABLE WARNING MATERIAL SUITABLEL D Cold Mix SURFACE PER CH. 11 FLORIDA UNDISTURBED SOIL 2'� BUILDING CODE (TRUNCATED — — — — — — DOMES ' SEE DETAIL) (MIN. 36" DEPTH IN DIRECTION HALF SECTION HALF SECTION ENTER OF TRAVEL -FULL WIDTH) HALF SECTION HALF SECTION 18• 1e• QQ D D �% D 0 SHEETED TRENCH UNSHEETED TRENCH SHEETED TRENCH UNSHEETED TRENCH FDOT DROP CURB CITY STANDARD MEDIAN CURB Limerock XO Q Q Q Q D0 � � D D � � 0 � D D (SEE FDOT INDEX 300) (LOW SIDE) (HIGH SIDE) NOTES: TYPE 11 TYPE I 12" 6' MINIMUM 12" 1. FOR CURB AND CURB & GUTTER PROVIDE 0.125" CONTRACTION JOINTS EVERY 10' (MAX.). CONTRACTION JOINTS ADJACENT TO CONCRETE PAVING SHALL MATCH » THE PAVEMENT CONTRACTION JOINTS, NOT EXCEEDING 12'. 0.375" EXPANSION JOINTS SHALL BE LOCATED A MAXIMUM OF EVERY 30 FEET AND AT THE P.T. AND P.C. R5-1 R1-1 6 Limerock Min. \ 98% Comp. AASHTO T-180 CROSSWALK COMPACTED,GRANULAR BEDDING SHAPED BOTTOM W/TAMPED BACKFILL OF ALL CURVES / \ 2. CONCRETE FOR CURBS AND CURB & GUTTER SHALL USA=E A MIN. 3,000 PSI WITH SYTNETIC FIBERS PROVIDING A RESIDUAL FLEXURAL STRENGTH OF 152 PSI C L A S S "B" WHEN TESTED USING STM C1018-97, SUCH AS STRUX 90/40 APPLIED AT A RATE OF 4.5 LB/CYD OR APPROVED EQUIVELENT. Temporary Type I Repair HANDICAP RAMP DETAIL. ET /` I L 3. GUTTER SLOPE SHALL MATCH ADJACENT PAVEMENT SLOPE. IN R.O.W. BEDDING DETAIL CURB & GUTTER DETAIL PROPOSED SIGNAGE 1" Crown Cold Mix SIDEWALK 8" THICKENED EDGE Q C3 CZ CZ AGAINST 6» p p D AGAINST ASPHALT Limerock Base SEE DETAIL 1.5" ASPHALTIC CONCRETE TYPE SP -9.5 2" ASPHALTIC CONCRETE TYPE SP -12.5 CZ Q Q a N CONCRETE (SEE SHEETOC4 ID ABUTT ASPHA TIC \\ • \\ \\\ \\ // /// // // 000 PSI FIBER (2 LIFTS OF 0.75") W FOR JOINT SPACING). CONCRETE \ \/ TACTILE WARNING SURFACE PER CH. 11 °a 4 a:4 '; 98% Comp. AASHTO T-180 zo FLORIDA BLDG. CODE (TYP.) d / \ RAMP CURB (EXPOSED AGGREGATE -RIVER ROCK MIX) \ \ \ \ \ � Temporary FULL WIDTH AND DEPTH OF RAMP . \/\ \ \ \ \ \ ...... .:._ ....�:, ..:..,..::...::...:..:..:....: ....:......... T e II Repair RAMP CURB / / - / / \ °°°000° /\\/\\\\ \\\\ \\•\ \\ \\\\ \\ \\\\\\: \/�\//� j�\/�\/�\//\y/ °°°° / / // // // /j / // // // // / \/\�\\/\/\/ 6 COMPACTED CRUSH RETE OR LIMEROCK Ditch Width(W) +4' Min. °°°°°°°° / / / / / / / / / / / / / �\ \ \ \ \ \ \ 8" COMPACTED CRUSHC ETE OR LIMEROCK Surface Replacement 0 0000gog oog0000000goOoDog o00 % MAX. DENSITY, °°°°°°°°°°°o°°°°° BASE MIN LBFt 100, 100/ BASE MIN LBR 100, 100% MAX. DENSITY, 00o0o0og000 o°O0000°0°°0° AASHTO T-180 AASHTO T-180 Consistent W/Exist. Smooth Saw Cut 4" CRUSHED CONCRETE, MIN LBR 100, 100% 1/8" To 1/4' „ MAX DENSITY PER AASHTO T-180 12" CONSTRUCTED SUB -BASE 12" CONSTRUCTED SUB -BASE 6" 1 1/4" Min. MIN. LBR 40, MAX. PLASTIC MIN. LBR 40, MAX. PLASTIC Surface 12" STABALIZED SUBGRADE MIN LBR 40, MAX PLASTIC INDEX 6, INDEX OF 6, COMPACTED TO INDEX OF 6, COMPACTED TO CUT & REMOVE EXISTING CURB STANDARD OR MEDIAN COMPACTED TO A DENSITY OF AT LEAST 100% MAX. DENSITY PER 98% MAX. DENSITY - AASHTO T-180. 98% MAX. DENSITY - AASHTO T-180. Q & GUTTER TO CONSTRUCT TRANSITION CURB &GUTTER AASHTO T-180 Limerock Base Q C3 Q �� T D D D N Limerock Replacement Base HANDICAP RAMP DETAIL LBR 75, 100% Max. Density 1.5' ON SITE CONCRETE PAVEMENT SECTION ONSITE/ CITY ROW ASPHALT PAVEMENT ROW ASPHALT PAVEMENT AASHTO T-180 Ditch (w> Compacted Backfill 98% Max. Density AASHTO T-180 4" WIDE PAINTED WHITE FILL PAVER JOINTS WITH #89 STONE /\ j \\/ LINE OR CURBING 1 2 M In. 12 Min. PERVIOUS PAVERS Varies 6" SLOT OPENINGS SHALL NOT BE IN WALLS BRICK WITH GRATE SEAT 2"x2"x1/2" 4'-1" T-1" 4 1"THICK #89 STONE Permanent Repair 3" THICK#57 STONE Note: In Some Cases Portland Cement Concrete May Be Considered o °eo OO°°poo Or Required By City Engineer For Surface Replacement. �T f GEOTEXTILE FABRIC 00 4" UNDERDRAIN ~ J"I ..'== COMPACTED SOIL SUBGRADE STANDARD PAVING REPAIR DETAIL SLOPED TO DRAIN i i COVER 2— #8 @ 6" O.C. 4" WIDE PAINTED WHITE LINE NOTE: CONIC. DESIGN DETECTABLE WARNING STRENGTH NOTE: ALL GENERAL TRAFFIC STRIPING SHALL BE 4" 6" WHITE PAINTED LINE SURFACE IN 4000 P.S.I. / J J WIDE PAINTED LINES USING WHITE TRAFFIC PERVIOUS PAVER D E TA I L Q Q MARKING PAINT DIAGONALS @ 60° ACCORDANCE WITH A.D.A. EQUALLY SPACED (SEE FLORIDA BLDG. a_ 0- 6' 5' 6' CODE, CH. 11) � EYE BOLTS 7' MOUNTING HEIGHT (SEE PLATE 6" 2'-0" 6" D-210) 2 1/4' 3 1/2" 3 1/2" 2 /4" ALL EXPOSED CORNERS 2„ AND EDGES TO BE FT CHAMFERED 3/4" PLAN 2"x2"x1/4" ANGLE IRON GRATE ' SEAT (SEE PLATE D-209) PRECAST IN ACCORDANCE \ WITH LATEST EDITIONS T O- ' I 9, m I I O Co U I I � O 1 O I I O 00 TYP. 1 1 O O a 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 HC SIGN NO. FTP 26 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET 1"THICK #89 STONE Permanent Repair 3" THICK#57 STONE Note: In Some Cases Portland Cement Concrete May Be Considered o °eo OO°°poo Or Required By City Engineer For Surface Replacement. �T f GEOTEXTILE FABRIC 00 4" UNDERDRAIN ~ J"I ..'== COMPACTED SOIL SUBGRADE STANDARD PAVING REPAIR DETAIL SLOPED TO DRAIN i i COVER 2— #8 @ 6" O.C. 4" WIDE PAINTED WHITE LINE NOTE: CONIC. DESIGN DETECTABLE WARNING STRENGTH NOTE: ALL GENERAL TRAFFIC STRIPING SHALL BE 4" 6" WHITE PAINTED LINE SURFACE IN 4000 P.S.I. / J J WIDE PAINTED LINES USING WHITE TRAFFIC PERVIOUS PAVER D E TA I L Q Q MARKING PAINT DIAGONALS @ 60° ACCORDANCE WITH A.D.A. EQUALLY SPACED (SEE FLORIDA BLDG. a_ 0- 6' 5' 6' CODE, CH. 11) � EYE BOLTS 7' MOUNTING HEIGHT (SEE PLATE 6" 2'-0" 6" D-210) 2 1/4' 3 1/2" 3 1/2" 2 /4" ALL EXPOSED CORNERS 2„ AND EDGES TO BE FT CHAMFERED 3/4" PLAN 2"x2"x1/4" ANGLE IRON GRATE ' SEAT (SEE PLATE D-209) PRECAST IN ACCORDANCE \ WITH LATEST EDITIONS T O- ' I Q I I O LO m I I O Co U I I � O 1 O I I O 00 w I 1 7 O rn 1 1 O O 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 a OF ASTM C 478 a a a PARKING SPACES ACCEVANSSIBLE 12" X 6" LUE PAINTED LINES #4 @ 12° O.C. B.W. MANHOLE COVER AND FRAME - PER CITY OF JAX. STD. NOTES: PENALTY SIGN WORDING AS REQ' " 6" 6" 1. CONCRETE SHALL BE 3,000 PSI, MAX SLUMP 5" GROUT BY STATE OR LOCAL LAW $250 FINE 12 X 9" WHITE HANDICAP 1. CONTROL JOINTS TO BE SPACING EQUAL TO WIDTH OF SIDEWALK. 2"X 2" STEEL TUBE SYMBOL a VARIES } MAX. DEPTH 15' 3. SIDEWALK WIDTH TO BE 6' WHERE ADJACENT TO PARKING/ROADWAY. W/WELDED TOP CAP I I ~ GROUT, OR "RAM-NEK' JOINTS WHEN REQUIRED i�1 Z 2'-8" BRICK 6' ANCHORED 24" IN SOLID CONCRETE o IMAX 2% CROSS SLOPE I I "WHITE Q :T:. 2" CLEAR GROUT, "RAMNEK" OR "0" RING JOINTS a a a a II LOPE PIPE MUST if WHERE REQ'D. 4 a 4 a a 6" 11 OP OF /2"/FT NOT BE IN = a II "BLUE #4 @ 12" O.C. B.W. CONST. JOINT w PAVEMENT GROUND/PAVING CONCRETE w g„ } SURFACE 12'- o" E PIPE MUST NOT BE IN O Q d L COMPACTED I 1° 6" 6" CONSTRUCTION JOINT > LIMEROCK BASE �I I� 2 CLEAR »/F o CONCRETE SHALL BE 3000 PSI ° , �. I - 6" WHITE PAINTED LINE NOTE' PIPES SHALL BE FLUSH N HANDICAP RAMPS, S AND SIGNAGE WITH INSIDE WALL MAX. SLUMP 5" WHEN ADJACENT TO MIN. 3" 5" STABILIZED r I STANDARD SPACE SHALL MEET AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD • • .. PIPES SHALL BE FLUSH A117.1 AND ALL APPLICABLE CITY AND { 8" \� BEARING CAP a WITH INSIDE WALL. SUBGRADE U STATE REQUIREMENTS. 2000 P.S.F. NOTE: WHERE SIDEWALK ABUTS BUILDING 1'-6" #4 @ 6" O.C. B.W. SEPARATE: WITH A 1/2" PREMOLDED MINIMUM BEARING CAPACITY 2000 PSF MASTIC STRIP CONTINUOUS STORM SEWER TYPE 'C' INLET STORM SEWER TYPE J-1 SIDEWALK SECTION- SIGN NO. FTP 26 HANDICAP PARKING AND STRIPING THROUGH J -1—F MANHOLE PROSSEEX Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739°3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Y P I CAL PARKING S PAC E LAYO U TS 1st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 HC SIGN NO. FTP 26 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET 12:1 MAX. _ z12:1 MAX. HC SIGN NO. FTP26 TYPICAL AT 000° ° 00o o. ° g , °°o°°°° ° oa'o§ °000 °'�0�8 ot r FINISHED GRADE MAX. 2% CROSS SLOPE FINISHED GRADE ALL ACCESSIBLE c 0000 0o0 o°o TO MATCH TOP 6' WIDTH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED TO MATCH TOP PARKING SPACES 18" OF SIDEWALK OF SIDEWALK PARKING BY DISABLED PERMIT THIS SIGN TYPICAL AT ONLY WHEELSTOP WHERE a a ALL VAN ACCESSIBLE SHOWN ON PLAN a OF ASTM C 478 a a a PARKING SPACES ACCEVANSSIBLE 12" X 6" LUE PAINTED LINES #4 @ 12° O.C. B.W. MANHOLE COVER AND FRAME - PER CITY OF JAX. STD. NOTES: PENALTY SIGN WORDING AS REQ' " 6" 6" 1. CONCRETE SHALL BE 3,000 PSI, MAX SLUMP 5" GROUT BY STATE OR LOCAL LAW $250 FINE 12 X 9" WHITE HANDICAP 1. CONTROL JOINTS TO BE SPACING EQUAL TO WIDTH OF SIDEWALK. 2"X 2" STEEL TUBE SYMBOL a VARIES } MAX. DEPTH 15' 3. SIDEWALK WIDTH TO BE 6' WHERE ADJACENT TO PARKING/ROADWAY. W/WELDED TOP CAP I I ~ GROUT, OR "RAM-NEK' JOINTS WHEN REQUIRED i�1 Z 2'-8" BRICK 6' ANCHORED 24" IN SOLID CONCRETE o IMAX 2% CROSS SLOPE I I "WHITE Q :T:. 2" CLEAR GROUT, "RAMNEK" OR "0" RING JOINTS a a a a II LOPE PIPE MUST if WHERE REQ'D. 4 a 4 a a 6" 11 OP OF /2"/FT NOT BE IN = a II "BLUE #4 @ 12" O.C. B.W. CONST. JOINT w PAVEMENT GROUND/PAVING CONCRETE w g„ } SURFACE 12'- o" E PIPE MUST NOT BE IN O Q d L COMPACTED I 1° 6" 6" CONSTRUCTION JOINT > LIMEROCK BASE �I I� 2 CLEAR »/F o CONCRETE SHALL BE 3000 PSI ° , �. I - 6" WHITE PAINTED LINE NOTE' PIPES SHALL BE FLUSH N HANDICAP RAMPS, S AND SIGNAGE WITH INSIDE WALL MAX. SLUMP 5" WHEN ADJACENT TO MIN. 3" 5" STABILIZED r I STANDARD SPACE SHALL MEET AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD • • .. PIPES SHALL BE FLUSH A117.1 AND ALL APPLICABLE CITY AND { 8" \� BEARING CAP a WITH INSIDE WALL. SUBGRADE U STATE REQUIREMENTS. 2000 P.S.F. NOTE: WHERE SIDEWALK ABUTS BUILDING 1'-6" #4 @ 6" O.C. B.W. SEPARATE: WITH A 1/2" PREMOLDED MINIMUM BEARING CAPACITY 2000 PSF MASTIC STRIP CONTINUOUS STORM SEWER TYPE 'C' INLET STORM SEWER TYPE J-1 SIDEWALK SECTION- SIGN NO. FTP 26 HANDICAP PARKING AND STRIPING THROUGH J -1—F MANHOLE PROSSEEX Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739°3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE GRADING & DRAINAGE DETAILS RAISED LETTERS ("CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACMw) IN THIS AREA. 1 3/4" TALL FLUSH WITH TOP OF COVER. CAST IRON FRAME AND COWER, U.S. FOUNDRY M—U, OR APPROVED EQUAL PAVEMENT• P LAN SECTION MANHOLE FRAME AND COVER DETAIL COAB SANITARY MANHOLE COVER c 0 a E 0 0 0 d Cl) M M 0 ai 00 0 N m N co U rn -a ui J H w 0 w 1- 0 Z 0 co m F - Z w D U 0 0 Q U Z w w Cl) N O r a 1. A LOCATE WIRE SHALL BE PLACED ON SERVICES 1 OFT OR GREATER. SINGLE WATER SERVICE GANG WATER SERVICES GANG WATER SERVICES P/L P/L 3 OR 4 SERVICES (SEE NOTE#5) 5 OR MORE SERVICES (SEE NOTE #5) 2' 2'7 1/2' JEA UTILITY 4" D.I.P. OR MAIN (MIN) WHERE 2, EASEMENT METER W/ MULTIPLE TAPS ARE CURB STOP CONSTRUCTED RNV r_ 15' MAX20' MAX 1" POLY 1" POLY TUBING WPY" 1" MIP PACK FITTING JOINT COUPLING MULTI-SERVICE"Y" 2" POLY TUBING (2" FIPINLET AND 3 OR 4 1" FIP OUTLET) LONG -SIDE WATER SERVICE 2" MIP PACK SERVICE SADDLES WITH POLY TUBING (1" MIN.) JOINT COUPLING 24 SEPARATION AT A MIN. (NO GLUED TEES) 2", POLY TUBING- . . . 4 PVC ROADWAY SADDLE, W/CORP 2" SADDLE W/CORP STOP STOP(TYP).,..........._.. .. TAPPING SLEEVE OR 2' MAX (SEE NOTE #4) TEE WITH VALVE WATER MAIN SHORT -SIDE WATER SERVICE METER BOX LOCATION POLY TUBING (1" MIN.) (NEAR UG ELECTRICAL 2 2 WATER METER BOX (TYP) BOX, NOTE #1) 7 1/2' JEA UTILITY EASEMENT 'Oe 10'x10' JEA UTILITY RNV EASEMENT W/UG ELECTRIC BOX OR DRAINAGE RAW: RIGHT OF WAY LINE P/L EASEMENT (NOTE #3) P/L P/L: PROPERTY LINE DOUBLE 1" WATER SERVICE (SEE NOTE #6) NOTES: 1. THE SKETCHES ABOVE INDICATE TYPICAL WATER SERVICE AND METER BOX LOCATIONS. ACTUAL LOCATIONS OF BOXES MAY VARY SLIGHTLY ACCORDING TO FIELD CONDITIONS ENCOUNTERED. TYPICALLY, THE METER BOX SHALL LOCATED AT THE RNV LINE BUT INSIDE THE 7 1/2' ELECTRIC EASEMENT. 2. UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE BY THE APPLICABLE COUNTY (NASSAU, CLAY OR ST. JOHNS COUNTY), THE METER BOX SHALL BE LOCATED IN THE JEA 7 1/2' UTILITY EASEMENT, AND TWO FEET INSIDE OF THE PROLONGATION OF ONE OF THE SIDE PROPERTY LINES. IF A CONFLICT EXISTS WITH OTHER UTILITIES, THE METER BOX MAY BE ADJUSTED TO FOUR FEET (MAX.) INSIDE PROPERTY LINES (IN LIEU OF TWO FEET). UNLESS APPROVED OTHERWISE BY JEA, THE WATER METER BOX SHALL BE LOCATED IN NON -TRAFFIC AREAS (NOT IN SIDEWALKS OR DRIVEWAYS). IF THE METER BOX IS APPROVED BY JEA TO BE LOCATED IN A DRIVEWAY OR SIDEWALK, THEN THE CONSTRUCTION SHALL MEET STANDARD DETAIL NUMBERS W--3&4, AT A MINIMUM (SEE W-3 AND W4 FOR THE REQUIREMENTS OF SPECIAL ORDER POLYMER BOX AND TOP) . SET TOP OF BOX AT FINISHED GRADE. IF AN UNAPPROVED METER BOX IS IDENTIFIED BY JEA, THEN THE CONTRACTOR OR CUSTOMER SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COST OF RELOCATING ANY METER BOX WHICH IS LOCATED 1N THE SIDEWALK OR DRIVEWAY OR THE COST TO PROVIDE THE CORRECT METER BOX. JEA SHALL APPROVE ALL DEVIATIONS TO THE ABOVE PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. 3. IF DRAINAGE OR OTHER EASEMENT LOCATED BETWEEN LOTS, METER BOXES SHALL BE LOCATED AT THE EASEMENT LINE BUT OUTSIDE THE EASEMENT AREA. 4. FOR SINGLE SERVICES, THE HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (PERPENDICULAR TO THE MAIN)BETWEEN THE SERVICES SADDLE AND THE METER BOX SHALL BE 2 FEET MAXIMUM. FOR DOUBLE 1" SERVICES, THE 2" POLY MAIN SHALL BE LOCATED CENTERED BETWEEN THE TWO METER BOXES. LOCATE WIRE IS REQUIRED ON ALL SERVICES 10' OR GREATER IN LENGTH. IF LOCATE WIRE IS REQUIRED, THE WIRE SHALL RUN FROM THE METER BOX (W/ PIG TAIL) TO THE MAIN (DEAD END SHALL BE TAPED WITH NO CONNECTION TO MAIN WIRE WITH THE LAST 24 INCHES STRIPED OF INSULATION/BARE WIRE AS GROUND). ALL EXCEPTIONS TO THIS REQUIREMENT MUST BE APPROVED BY JEA. THIS WILL ASSIST IN LOCATING EXISTING SERVICE LINES IN THE FUTURE. 5. GANG WATER SERVICES: FOR 3 OR 4 SERVICES IN ONE AREA, A DUCTICLE IRON PIPE (D.I.P.) WATER MAIN EXTENSION W/LOCATE WIRE MAY BE UTILIZED ON EITHER SHORT -SIDE OR LONG SIDE SERVICES WHERE SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS. LOCATE WIRE SHALL EXTEND FROM ONE METER BOX TO CORP STOP AT WATER MAIN. FOR 5 OR MORE SERVICES IN ONE AREA, A WATER MAIN EXTENSION W/LOCATE WIRE MAY BE UTILIZED ON EITHER SHORT -SIDE OR LONG SIDE SERVICES WHERE SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS (TAPS STAGGERED AND AT 2 FEET ON CENTER -MIN). FOR WATER SUPPLY HEADERS WHERE 5 OR MORE TAPS ARE CONSTRUCTED, THE HEADER PIPE SHALL BE 4" AT A MINIMUM. EXAMPLE: CONSTRUCT A 4" MAIN PVC CROSSING THE STREET FOR 5 RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS, UTILIZING 4" DIP, 4" PIPE, 4"X1" SADDLES AND 1" CORP STOPS (NO GLUED TEE FITTINGS). THE 4" OR LARGER D.I.P. WATER MAIN MUST BE SIZED AND DESIGNED BY THE P.E. ENGINEER. 6. DOUBLE V WATER SERVICES IS ALLOWED FOR SHORT SIDE OR LONG SIDE SERVICES AND WHERE SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS. 7. A 1" IRRIGATION SERVICE MAYBE TAPPED INTO THE (1" MIN) DOMESTIC WATER SERVICE LINE (WHICH SERVES THE SAME CUSTOMER) UTILIZING A 1" BRONZE "Y" FITTING. (IN AREAS WHERE NO RECLAIMED WATER IS AVAILABLE). 8. No 2" AND SMALLER WATER SERVICE TAPS PERMITTED ON WATER MAINS WHICH ARE 20" AND LARGER SIZE. 9. RECLAIMED WATER METER BOXES OR SERVICES SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED SIMILAR TO THE ABOVE AND SHALL BE LOCATED, AT A MIN. OF 10' FROM THE POTABLE WATER SERVICE, AND/OR BOX AND NOT ALLOWED IN CONCRETE OR ASPHALT UNLESS APPROVED OTHERWISE BY JEA. WATER OR RECLAIM SERVICE INSTALLATIONS 2" AND SMALLER METER JANUARY 2017 PLATE W-1 PROSSER TM Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE GRADING & DRAINAGE DETAILS /s T4 'C ; * C6.2 s No. >625 Nun�tellt�"\``�A%`'a,`+ DATE: SHEET 48" MIN. METAL FENCE POSTS DRIVEN NOTES: INTO GROUND A MIN. OF 2'-0" 1. EXCAVATE THE TRENCH WOVEN WIRE FENCE 2. PLACE AND STAKE STRAW BALES (MIN. 14 GAUGE; 6" MAX. �� ° c FILTER CLOTH (MIRAFI, POLYFILTER 3. WEDGE LOOSE STRAW BETWEEN BALES STAKED AND ENTRENCHED MESH SPACING) (MAX.) X OR APPROVED EQUAL) 4. BACKFILL AND COMPACT THE EXCAVATED SOIL. SYNTHETIC BALE AREA AREA GRAVEL (12" MIN. DEPTH) / COMPACTED SOIL TO v� 0 o RUNOFF WATER -� PREVENT PIPING J� 50� FILTERCLOTH TRENCH 18" MIN a k':.;h o w/SEDIMENTS I I I I> : t., _ BINDING WIRE OR TWINE ( SEDIMENT LADEN BACKFILL TRENCH WITH w N x II �' �I I I _ SEDIMENT RUNOFF EARTH AFTER PLACING ,� FILTERED RUNOFF CON FILTER CLOTH STRU CT �-,- - - - - b •• I =III=III=III-III ----- CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS: I I=III=III=III=III :.: ti: :::p : I I I=1 I�-I I -I I -III -III -I I -III -III -III III -III -III -III -III -I 11 i -1 I I -I I I-1 I I-1 I I-1 I I -I I I -I I I-1 I I -I I I-1 I I -I I I I -I L I -I I I_I I I -III -I I- I I- (: I I (� I - - - - - - - - _ =III -III -I 1111 11� I I I I I I I I I 6" MINIMUM 1.. WOVEN WIRE FENCE TO BE FASTENED SECURELY TO FENCE POSTS BY USE OF WIRE TIES : ?::::a I -I I -I I -I 11=III=III=11I-111=11=1=1=111=1III=III III -111 A. t< •�� ->.==:;rrt •�`' WIRE MESH 111=III-III-III-11 I -111 -III -11 I-III=III-I I I I-111 �., -I I I -I 11-1 I I-1 I I-1 11-111 1 2. FILTER CLOTH TO BE FASTEN SECURELY TO WOVEN WIRE FENCE BY USE OF WIRE TIES FILTERED WATER SPACED EVERY 24"x 24". CROSS-SECTION OF A PROPERLY INSTALLED STRAW BALE 2"-3" STONE 3. SILT FENCES TO BE INSTALLED IN LOCATIONS AS SHOWN ON THIS EROSION AND SEDIMENT A A CONTROL PLAN PRIOR TO BEGINNING OF CONSTRUCTION TO CONTROL SEDIMENT. B t SPECIFIC APPLICATION: MATCH WIDTH OF 4. SILT FENCES TO BE MAINTAINED AND CLEANED AS NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN IN FUNCTIONAL THIS METHOD OF INLET PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE HEAVY CONCENTRATED FLOWS I PROPOSED ENTRANCE DRIVE CONDITION. ARE EXPECTED, BUT NOT WHERE PONDING AROUND STRUCTURE MIGHT CAUSE EXCESSIVE I I 5. SILT FENCES TO BE REMOVED AND THE AREA TO BE RESTORED TO ITS NATURAL CONDITION INCONVENIENCE OR DAMAGE TO ADJACENT STRUCTURED ARE UNPROTECTED AREAS. POINTS 'A' SHOULD BE HIGHER THAN POINT'B' WHEN PERMANENT EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PROCEDURES ARE EFFECTIVE. PROPER PLACEMENT OF STRAW BALE BARRIER IN DRAINAGE WAY FILTER FENCE GRAVEL & WIRE MESH DROP INLET SEDIMENT FILTER STRAW BALE BARRIER CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE DETAIL STAKES ... , . ,...III; 'I,III � 60 BURIED BURLAP FABRIC DROP INLET WGRATE ❑ ❑ O ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ 11 I hl 11111 11111 I IrII I I ►11 ❑ 1111111'1111Nil h111 bhl'I'llIII, '111j1'111'111 ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ PSI Ik ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ 1;11181,1111, 111 +I 1 111 I I I 11111 I I I +11 1 111 41AIN 1111 11,1011"A 11 III 111 I I 1' 1111 111 I11' I 1 111'1111 111�INilII11 U) 111111I'11111' 11 SYNTHETIC BALES STAKED W/ 2 STAKES PER BALE COMPACTED SOIL STAKED SYNTHETIC BALE TO PREVENT PIPING FILTERED WATER RUNOFF WATER w/SEDIMENTS�,I,111 �-� on .'j■%■%■% I� I1fe1� SPECIFIC APPLICATION: SPECIFIC APPLICATION: THIS METHOD OF INLET PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE THE INLET DRAINS A RELATIVELY THIS METHOD OF INLET PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE THE INLET DRAINS A RELATIVELY FLAT AREA (SLOPES NO GREATER THAN 5%) WHERE SHEET OR OVERLAND FLOWS (NOT FLAT AREA (SLOPES NO GREATER THAN 5%) WHERE SHEET OR OVERLAND FLOWS (NOT EXCEEDING 0.5 CFS) ARE TYPICAL. THE METHOD SHALL NOT APPLY TO INLETS RECEIVING EXCEEDING 0.5 CFS) ARE TYPICAL. THE METHOD SHALL NOT APPLY TO INLETS RECEIVING CONCENTRATED FLOWS SUCH AS IN STREET OR HIGHWAY MEDIANS. CONCENTRATED FLOWS, SUCH AS IN STREET OR HIGHWAY MEDIANS. BURLAP DROP INLET SEDIMENT FILTER SYNTHETIC BALE DROP INLET SEDIMENT FILTER 41 /\ kL _ SEDIMENT LADEN RUNOFF AS FOUR 1 -FOOT WIDE STRIPS OF SOD REQUIRED DEPTH BELOW TOP OF INLET: MIN 1' - M ON EACH SIDE OF THE DROP INLET .' =III- RUNOFF WATER FILTERED WATER =I 1 I, 1I I I- -III_ . w/SEDIMENTS MAX. SLOPE 3:1rA III -III -III -I -• ." 1`1 I 1.1111 -III- ... ":,,.,:, n,.,." STORM WATER WITH LARGER =I I ;�• IIEl I LARGER PARTICLES III =III=III-III a PARTICLES REMOVED I I - i =I I SETTLE OUT WEEP HOLES FOR DEWATERING DRAIN INLET 111-111-111-I 1 I I1 (I 1-I 11= SPECIFIC APPLICATION: THIS METHOD OF INLET PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE HEAVY FLOWS ARE EXPECTED AND WHERE AN OVERFLOW CAPABILITY AND EASE OF MAINTENANCE ARE DESIRABLE. EXCAVATED DROP INLET SEDIMENT TRAP SPECIFIC APPLICATION: THIS METHOD OF INLET PROTECTION IS APPLICABEL ONLY AT THE TIME OF PERMANENT SEEDING, TO PROTECT THE INLET FROM SEDIMENT AND MULCH MATERIALS UNTIL PERMANENT VEGETATION HAS BECOME ESTABLISHED. SOD DROP INLET SEDIMENT FILTER EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES 1. DROP INLET WGRATE ❑ ❑ O ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ 11 I hl 11111 11111 I IrII I I ►11 ❑ 1111111'1111Nil h111 bhl'I'llIII, '111j1'111'111 ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ PSI Ik ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ 1;11181,1111, 111 +I 1 111 I I I 11111 I I I +11 1 111 41AIN 1111 11,1011"A 11 III 111 I I 1' 1111 111 I11' I 1 111'1111 111�INilII11 U) 111111I'11111' 11 SYNTHETIC BALES STAKED W/ 2 STAKES PER BALE COMPACTED SOIL STAKED SYNTHETIC BALE TO PREVENT PIPING FILTERED WATER RUNOFF WATER w/SEDIMENTS�,I,111 �-� on .'j■%■%■% I� I1fe1� SPECIFIC APPLICATION: SPECIFIC APPLICATION: THIS METHOD OF INLET PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE THE INLET DRAINS A RELATIVELY THIS METHOD OF INLET PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE THE INLET DRAINS A RELATIVELY FLAT AREA (SLOPES NO GREATER THAN 5%) WHERE SHEET OR OVERLAND FLOWS (NOT FLAT AREA (SLOPES NO GREATER THAN 5%) WHERE SHEET OR OVERLAND FLOWS (NOT EXCEEDING 0.5 CFS) ARE TYPICAL. THE METHOD SHALL NOT APPLY TO INLETS RECEIVING EXCEEDING 0.5 CFS) ARE TYPICAL. THE METHOD SHALL NOT APPLY TO INLETS RECEIVING CONCENTRATED FLOWS SUCH AS IN STREET OR HIGHWAY MEDIANS. CONCENTRATED FLOWS, SUCH AS IN STREET OR HIGHWAY MEDIANS. BURLAP DROP INLET SEDIMENT FILTER SYNTHETIC BALE DROP INLET SEDIMENT FILTER 41 /\ kL _ SEDIMENT LADEN RUNOFF AS FOUR 1 -FOOT WIDE STRIPS OF SOD REQUIRED DEPTH BELOW TOP OF INLET: MIN 1' - M ON EACH SIDE OF THE DROP INLET .' =III- RUNOFF WATER FILTERED WATER =I 1 I, 1I I I- -III_ . w/SEDIMENTS MAX. SLOPE 3:1rA III -III -III -I -• ." 1`1 I 1.1111 -III- ... ":,,.,:, n,.,." STORM WATER WITH LARGER =I I ;�• IIEl I LARGER PARTICLES III =III=III-III a PARTICLES REMOVED I I - i =I I SETTLE OUT WEEP HOLES FOR DEWATERING DRAIN INLET 111-111-111-I 1 I I1 (I 1-I 11= SPECIFIC APPLICATION: THIS METHOD OF INLET PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE HEAVY FLOWS ARE EXPECTED AND WHERE AN OVERFLOW CAPABILITY AND EASE OF MAINTENANCE ARE DESIRABLE. EXCAVATED DROP INLET SEDIMENT TRAP SPECIFIC APPLICATION: THIS METHOD OF INLET PROTECTION IS APPLICABEL ONLY AT THE TIME OF PERMANENT SEEDING, TO PROTECT THE INLET FROM SEDIMENT AND MULCH MATERIALS UNTIL PERMANENT VEGETATION HAS BECOME ESTABLISHED. SOD DROP INLET SEDIMENT FILTER PROS....., S-,,,.- E.R.L TM Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE: SEE PLAN No. EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES 1. The Contractor is responsible for removing silt from site if not reusable on-site and 21. The structure shall be inspected after each rain and repairs made as needed. 7/5/2017 assuring plan alignment and grade in all ditches and swales at completion of 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL construction. 22. Sediment shall be removed and the trap restored to its original dimensions when the 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET sediment has accumulated to 1/2 the design depth of the trap. Removed sediment 2. The site Contractor is responsible for removing the temporary erosion and sediment shall be deposited in a suitable area and in such a manner that it will not erode. control devices after completion of construction and only when areas. have been stabilized. 23. The Contractor is responsible for following the best erosion and sediment control practices as outlined in the plans, specifications and St. Johns River Water 3. Additional Protection - On-site protection must be provided that will, not permit silt to Management District Permit. leave the project confines due to unforeseen conditions or accidents. 24. For additional information on sediment and erosion control refer to "The Florida 4. Contractor shall ensure that all drainage structures, pipes, etc., are cleaned out and Development Manual - A Guide to Sound Land and Water Management" from the working properly at time of acceptance. State of Florida Department of Environmental Regulation (FDER), Chapter 6. 5. Wire mesh shall be laid over the drop inlet so that the wire extends a minimum of 1 25. Erosion and sediment control barriers shall be placed adjacent to all wetland areas foot beyond each side of the inlet structure. Hardware cloth or comparable wire where there is potential for downstream water quality degradation. See detail sheet mesh with 1/2- inch openings shall be used. If more than one strip of mesh is for typical construction. necessary, the strips shall be overlapped. 26. All disturbed areas shall be grassed, fertilized, mulched and maintained until a 6. FDOT No. 1 coarse aggregate shall be placed over the wire mesh as indicated on permanent vegetative cover is established. detail. The depth of stone shall be at least 12 inches over the entire inlet opening. The stone shall extend beyond the inlet opening at least 18 inches on all sides. 27. Sod shall be placed in areas which may require immediate erosion protection to ensure water quality standards and maintained. 7. If the stone filter becomes clogged with sediment so that it no longer adequately performs its function, the stones must be pulled away from the inlet, cleaned and 28. Any discharge from dewatering activity shall be filtered and conveyed to the outfall replaced. in a manner which prevents erosion and transportation of suspended solids to the receiving outfall 8. Bales shall be either wire -bound or string -tied with the bindings oriented around the sides rather than over and under the bales. 29. Dewatering pumps shall not exceed the capacity of that which requires a consumptive use permit from the St. Johns River Water Management District. 9. Bales shall be placed lengthwise in single row surrounding the inlet, with the ends of adjacent bales pressed together. 30. All disturbed areas to be stabilized through compaction, silt screens, hay bales and grassing. All fill slopes 4H:1 V or steeper to receive staked solid sod. 10. The filter barrier shall be entrenched and backfilled. A trench shall be excavated around the inlet and width of a bale to a minimum depth of a 4 inches. After the 31. All dewatering, erosion, and sediment control to remain in place after completion of bales are staked, the excavated soil shall be backfilled and compacted against the construction and be removed only when areas have been stabilized. filter barrier. 32. This plan indicates the minimum erosion and sediment control measures required 11. Each bale shall be securely anchored and held in place by at least two stakes or for this project. The Contractor is responsible for meeting all applicable rules, rebars driven through the bale. regulations and water quality guidelines and may need to install additional controls. 12. Loose straw should be wedged between bales to prevent water from entering 33. All excavations and earthwork shall be done in a manner to minimize water turbidity between bales. and pollution. Discharge shall be controlled and rerouted through hay filters, siltation diapers and sumps. The Contractor shall be responsible for the prevention, 13. Close attention shall be paid to the repair of damaged bales, end runs and correction, control and abatement of erosion and water pollution in accordance with undercutting beneath bales. Chapter 17-3, Florida Administrative Code. 14. Necessary repairs to barriers or replacement of bales shall be accomplished 34. The Contractor is responsible for the removal of any sediment that leaves the site promptly. and changes any downstream conditions by raising channel bottoms and/or clogging outfall culverts. 15. Sediment deposits should be removed after each rainfall. They must be removed when the level of deposition reaches approximately one-half the height of the 35. The Contractor shall pay for any water quality control violations from any agency barrier. that results in fines being assessed to the owner because of the Contractor's failure to eliminate turbid runoff from leaving the site and raising background levels. 16. Any sediment deposits remaining in place after the straw bale barrier is no longer required shall be dressed to conform to the existing grade, prepared and seeded. 36. The Contractor is responsible for obtaining all necessary permits, including any applicable NPDES permits. 17. Silt fences, straw bale barriers and filter barriers shall be inspected immediately after each rainfall and at least daily during prolonged rainfall. Any required repairs shall be made immediately. 18. Should the fabric on a silt fence or filter barrier decompose or become ineffective prior to the end of the expected usable life and the barrier still be necessary, the fabric shall be replaced promptly. 19. Any sediment deposits remaining in place after the silt fence or filter barrier is not longer required shall be dressed to conform with the existing grade, prepared and seeded. 20. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued to Florida a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit for certain Stromwater discharges. This NPDES program requires that if the magitude of construction sctivities covered by the general permit are above certain thresholds, then a Storm Water Pollution Prevention PLan (SWPPP) is required. Also involved are certain certification, notification, inspection and record keeping in accordance with the EPA Publication EPA 832-r-92-005 dated Sept., 1992 & titled "Storm Water Management for Construction Activities -Developing Pollution Prevention Plans & Best Management Practices. It is the Contractor's responsibility to determine if this project requires an NPDES application and notification and, if necessary, prepare, submit and maintain the required documentation in compliance with the EPA guidelines and criteria. PROS....., S-,,,.- E.R.L TM Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1 st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL .NOTES &DETAILS 41 ! C7.0 w • a STATE OF ��� t 0 S H E E T S T O R M W A T E R P O L L U T I O N P R E V E N T I O N N O T E S CITY'S REQUIREMENTS I CONTRACTOR'S REQUIREMENTS SITE DESCRIPTION GENERAL 9. TEMPORARY SEEDING AND MULCHING: SLOPES STEEPER THAN 6:1 THAT FALL OTHER CONTROLS SPILL CONTROL PRACTICES: NON -STORM WATER DISCHARGES ONE TIME, THE PROPOSED WATER PONDS (ORASI TEMPORARY PONDS) ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER'S LABEL. WITHIN THE CATEGORY ESTABLISHED IN PARAGRAPH 8 ABOVE SHALL O IN ADDITION TO THE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AND MATERIAL MANAGEMENT IT IS EXPECTED THAT THE FOLLOWING NON -STORM WATER R UISEORM WILL BE CONSTRUCTED FOR USE AS SEDIMENT BASINS. THESE SEDIMENT 8. TEMPORARY SEEDING: AREAS OPENED BY CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS AND FENCE.SILT FENCE WILL BE INSPECTED FOR DEPTH PROJECT NAME AND LOCATION: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL AT A MINIMUM IMPLEMENT THE CONTRACTOR'S ADDITIONALLY RECEIVE MULCHING OF APPROXIMATELY 2 INCHES LOOSE WASTE DISPOSAL PRACTICES DISCUSSED IN THE PREVIOUS SECTIONS OF THIS PLAN, THE DISCHARGES WILL OCCUR FROM THE SITE DURING THE REQUIREMENTS OUTLINED BELOW AND THOSE MEASURES SHOWN ON THE MEASURE OF MULCH MATERIAL CUT INTO THE SOIL OF THE SEEDED AREA ACRE DRAINED UNTIL FINAL STABILIZATION OF THE SITE. FOLLOWING PRACTICES WILL BE FOLLOWED FOR SPILL PREVENTION AND CONSTRUCTION PERIOD: _ EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN. IN ADDITION THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ADEQUATE TO PREVENT MOVEMENT OF SEED AND MULCH. WASTE MATERIALS CLEANUP: O m O m UNDERTAKE ADDITIONAL MEASURES REQUIRED TO BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH BARRIERS CONSTRUCTED IN LIVE STREAMS OR IN SWALES WHEREFENCE ALL WASTE MATERIALS EXCEPT LAND CLEARING DEBRIS SHALL BE COLLECTED 0 WHENEVER POSSIBLE, ALL OF A PRODUCT WILL BE USED UP BEFORE POSTS ARE FIRMLY IN THE GROUND. APPLICABLE PERMIT CONDITIONS AND STATE WATER QUALITY STANDARDS. 10. TEMPORARY GRASSING: THE SEEDED OR SEEDED AND MULCHED AREA(S) AND STORED IN A SECURELY LIDDED METAL DUMPSTER. THE DUMPSTER WILL MANUFACTURERS' RECOMMENDED METHODS FOR SPILL CLEANUP WILL BE . WATER FROM WATER LINE FLUSHING SEDIMENT CONTROLS USED ONSITE IN GOOD WORKING DEPENDING ON THE NATURE OF MATERIALS AND METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE ROLLED AND WATERED OR HYDROMULCHED OR OTHER SUITABLE MEET ALL LOCAL AND STATE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS. THE CLEARLY POSTED ON SITE AND SITE PERSONNEL WILL BE MADE AWARE OF THE SEDIMENT BASINS WILL BE INSPECTED FOR THE OWNER NAME AND ADDRESS: THE CONTRACTOR MAY BE REQUIRED TO ADD FLOCCULANTS TO THE RETENTION METHODS IF REQUIRED TO ASSURE OPTIMUM GROWING CONDITIONS FOR DUMPSTER WILL BE EMPTIED AS NEEDED AND THE TRASH WILL BE HAULED TO A PROCEDURES AND THE LOCATION OF THE INFORMATION AND CLEANUP SUPPLIES. PAVEMENT WASH WATERS (WHERE NO SPILLS OR LEAKS SYSTEM PRIOR TO PLACING THE SYSTEM INTO OPERATION. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A GOOD GRASS COVER. TEMPORARY GRASSING STATE APPROVED LANDFILL. ALL PERSONNEL WILL BE INSTRUCTED REGARDING WILL BE FOLLOWED. REMOVED WHEN IT REACHES 10 PERCENT OF THE DESIGN (D to SHALL BE THE SAME MIX & AMOLINT REQUIRED FOR PERMANENT GRASSING THE CORRECT PROCEDURE FOR WASTE DISPOSAL. NOTICES STATING THESE MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT NECESSARY FOR SPILL CLEANUP WILL BE KEPT IN OF TOXIC OR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS HAVE OCCURRED). U)m IN THE CONTRACT SPEC I FICATIOISIS. PRACTICES WILL BE POSTED AT THE CONSTRUCTION SITE BY THE CONSTRUCTION THE MATERIAL STORAGE AREA ONSITE. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS WILL COMES FIRST. _ SEQUENCE OF MAJOR ACTIVITIES: REMOVED UPON FINAL STABILIZATION. SUPERINTENDENT, THE INDIVIDUAL WHO MANAGES THE DAY-TO-DAY SITE INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO BROOMS, DUST PANS, MOPS, RAGS, GLOVES, • UNCONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER (FROM DEWATERING U) 11. TEMPORARY REGRASSING : IF, AFTER 14 DAYS FROM SEEDING, THE OPERATIONS, WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SEEING THAT THESE PROCEDURES ARE GOGGLES, LIQUID ABSORBENT (i.e. KITTY LITTER OR EQUAL), SAND, SAWDUST, • DIVERSION DIKES/SWALES WILL BE INSPECTED AND ANY THE ORDER OF ACTIVITIES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: TEMPORARY GRASSED AREAS HAVE NOT ATTAINED A MINIMUM OF 75 FOLLOWED. AND PLASTIC AND METAL TRASH CONTAINERS SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS PURPOSE. EXCAVATION). DESCRIPTION: 1. INSTALL STABILIZED 9. INSTALL UTILITIES, STORM SEWER, PERCENT GOOD GRASS COVER, THE AREA WILL BE REWORKED AND ADDITIONAL SEED APPLIED SUFFICIENT TO ESTABLISH THE DESIRED HAZARDOUS WASTE ALL SPILLS WILL BE CLEANED UP IMMEDIATELY AFTER DISCOVERY. ALL NON -STORM WATER DISCHARGES WILL BE DIRECTED TO TIMING OF CONTROLS/MEASURES CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE. CURBS & GUTTER. 2. INSTALL SILT FENCES AND HAY 10. APPLY BASE TO PROJECT VEGETATIVE COVER. ALL HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIALS WILL BE DISPOSED OF IN THE MANNER 0 PRODUCTS WILL BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINERS UNLESS THEY ARE NOT THE SEDIMENT BASIN PRIOR TO DISCHARGE. SOIL DISTURBING ACTIVITIES WILL INCLUDE: REFER TO "CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY" FOR THE TIMING OF CONTROUMEASURES. SPECIFIED BY LOCAL OR STATE REGULATION OR BY THE MANUFACTURER. SITE THE SPILL AREA WILL BE KEPT WELL VENTILATED AND PERSONNEL WILL WEAR RESEALABLE. • ORIGINAL LABELS AND MATERIAL SAFETY DATA WILL BE RETAINED; THEY CLEARING AND GRUBBING; EARTHWORK, PAVEMENT AND GRADING; STORM BALES AS REQUIRED. 11. COMPLETE GRADING AND INSTALL 12. MAINTENANCE: ALL FEATURES OF THE PROJECT DESIGNED AND PERSONNEL WILL BE INSTRUCTED IN THESE PRACTICES AND THE SITE APPROPRIATE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING TO PREVENT INJURY FROM CONTACT WITH CONTAIN IMPORTANT PRODUCT INFORMATION. SEWER, UTILITIES, AND PREPARATION FOR FINAL PLANTING AND SEEDING. 3. CLEAR AND GRUB FOR DIVERSION PERMANENT SEEDING/SOD AND SWALES/DIKES AND SEDIMENT PLANTING CONSTRUCTED TO PREVENT EZ,SION AND SEDIMENT SHALL BE MAINTAINED SUPERINTENDENT, THE INDIVIDUAL WHO MANAGES DAY-TO-DAY SITE A HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE. • IF SURPLUS PRODUCT MUST BE DISPOSED OF, MANUFACTURER'S OR LOCAL BASIN. 12. COMPLETE FINAL PAVING DURING THE LIFE OF THE CONSTRUCTION SO AS TO FUNCTION AS THEY OPERATIONS,WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SEEING THAT THESE PRACTICES ARE AND STATE RECOMMENDED METHODS FOR PROPER DISPOSAL WILL BE FOLLOWED. • A MAINTENANCE INSPECTION REPORT WILL BE MADE AFTER EACH INSPECTION. A COPY OF THE REPORT FORM 4. CONSTRUCT SEDIMENTATION 13. REMOVE ACCUMULATED WERE ORIGINALLY DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED. FOLLOWED. SPILL OF TOXIC OR HAZARDOUS MATERIAL WILL BE REPORTED TO THE APPROPRIATE STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY, REGARDLESS OF THE RUNOFF CURVE NUMBERS: R RPRE-CONSTRUCTION: BASIN. SEDIMENT FROM BASINS 5. CONTINUE CLEARING AND 14. WHEN ALL CONSTRUCTION 13. PERMANENT EROSION CONTROL: THE EROSION CONTROL FACILITIES OF THE SANITARY WASTE SIZE OF THE SPILL. 1. - GRUBBING. ACTIVITY IS COMPLETE AND THE PROJECT SHOULD BE DESIGNED TO MINIMIZE THE IMPACT ON THE OFFSITE ALL SANITARY WASTE WILL BE COLLECTED FROM THE PORTABLE UNITS AS 4. LEVEL SPREADER: A LEVEL SPREADER MAY BE USED WHERE SEDIMENT- FREE STORM RUNOFF IS INTERCEPTED AND DIVERTED AWAY FROM THE GRADED 2. DURING CONSTRUCTION: - THE REPORTS WILL BE KEPT ON SITE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST TO THE FACILITIES. NEEDED TO PREVENT POSSIBLE SPILLAGE. THE WASTE WILL BE COLLECTED AND THE SPILL PREVENTION PLAN WILL BE ADJUSTED TO INCLUDE MEASURES TO AREAS ONTO UNDISTURBED STABILIZED AREAS. THIS PRACTICE APPLIES ONLY 3. POST -CONSTRUCTION: - 6. STOCK PILE TOP SOIL IF SITE IS STABILIZED, REMOVE ANY OWNER, ENGINEER OR ANY FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL DEPOSED OF IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE AND LOCAL WASTE DISPOSAL PREVENT THIS TYPE OF SPILL FROM REOCCURRING AND HOW TO CLEAN UP THE IN THOSE SITUATIONS WHERE THE SPREADER CAN BE CONSTRUCTED ON REQUIRED. TEMPORARY DIVERSION 14. PERMANENT SEEDING: ALL AREAS WHICH HAVE BEEN DISTURBED BY REGULATIONS FOR SANITARY SEWER OR SEPTIC SYSTEMS. SPILL IF THERE IS ANOTHER ONE. A DESCRIPTION OF THE SPILL, WHAT CAUSED IT, UNDISTURBED SOIL AND THE AREA BELOW THE LEVEL LIP IS STABILIZED. THE zQ 7. PERFORM PRELIMINARY GRADING SWALES/DIKES AND RESEED/SOD ON SITE AS REQUIRED. AS REQUIRED CONSTRUCTION WILL, AS A MINIMUM, BE SEEDED. THE SEEDING MIX MUST AND THE CLEANUP MEASURES WILL ALSO BE INCLUDED. WATER SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO RECONCENTRATE AFTER RELEASE. SOILS: 8. STABILIZE DENUDED AREAS AND PROVIDE BOTH LONG-TERM VEGETATION AND RAPID GROWTH SEASONAL OFFSITE VEHICLE TRACKING C.O.E. DREDGE/FILL PERMIT# TBD LEVEL SPREADER SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE TO CITY SEE SOIL BORING REPORT FOR SOILS DATA CONTAINERS WHICH ARE CLEARLY LABELED. ANY ASPHALT SUBSTANCES VEGETATION. SLOPES STEEPER THAN 4:1 SHALL BE SEEDED AND MULCHED A STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE WILL BE PROVIDED TO HELP REDUCE THE SITE SUPERINTENDENT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DAY-TO-DAY SITE STANDARD DETAIL D-914. STOCKPILES AS SOON AS OR SODDED. VEHICLE TRACKING OF SEDIMENTS. THE PAVED STREET ADJACENT TO THE SITE OPERATIONS, WILL BE THE SPILL PREVENTION AND CLEANUP COORDINATOR. PRACTICABLE. ENTRANCE WILL BE SWEPT DAILY TO REMOVE ANY EXCESS MUD, DIRT OR ROCK HE/SHE WILL DESIGNATE AT LEAST ONE OTHER SITE PERSONNEL WHO WILL 5. STOCKPILING MATERIAL: NO EXCAVATED MATERIAL SHALL BE STOCKPILED IN SITE MAPS: STRUCTURAL PRACTICES: TRACKED FROM THE SITE. DUMP TRUCKS HAULING MATERIAL FROM THE RECEIVE SPILL PREVENTION AND CLEANUP TRAINING. THESE INDIVIDUALS WILL SUCH A MANNER AS TO DIRECT RUNOFF DIRECTLY OFF THE PROJECT SITE TIMING OF CONTROLS/MEASURES • SEE ATTACHED GRADING PLAN FOR PRE & POST DEVELOPMENT GRADES, STABILIZED AND THE NOTICE OF TERMINATION IS CONSTRUCTION SITE WILL BE COVERED WITH A TARPAULIN. EACH BECOME RESPONSIBLE FOR A PARTICULAR PHASE OF PREVENTION AND INTO ANY ADJACENT WATER BODY OR STORM WATER COLLECTION FACILITY. AREAS OF SOILS, DISTURBANCE, LOCATION OF SURFACE WATERS, FERTILIZERS USED WILL BE APPLIED ONLY IN THE MINIMUM AMOUNTS 1. TEMPORARY DIVERSION DIKE: TE=MPORARY DIVERSION DIKES MAY BE USED CLEANUP. THE NAMES OF RESPONSIBLE SPILL PERSONNEL WILL BE POSTED IN POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN CERTIFICATION AS INDICATED IN THE SEQUENCE OF MAJOR ACTIVITIES, THE SILT FENCES AND WETLANDS, PROTECTED AREAS, MAJOR STRUCTURAL AND NONSTRUCTURAL CONTROLS AND STORM WATER DISCHARGE POINTS. TO DIVERT RUNOFF THROUGH A SEDIMENT -TRAPPING FACILITY. AND IT THE MATERIAL STORAGE AREA AND IF APPLICABLE, IN THE OFFICE TRAILER INVENTORY FOR POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN • SEE ATTACHED EROSION & TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN FOR LOCATION OF HAY BALES, STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE AND SEDIMENT BASIN WILL BE SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN ACC DRDANCE TO D-914. OF NON-COMPLIANCE. ONSITE. THE MATERIALS OR SUBSTANCES LISTED BELOW ARE EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT TEMPORARY STABILIZATION PRACTICES, AND TURBIDITY BARRIERS CONSTRUCTED PRIOR TO CLEARING OR GRADING OF ANY OTHER PORTIONS OF STORAGE WILL BE IN A COVERED AREA. THE CONTENTS OF ANY MAINTENANCE/INSPECTION PROCEDURES • SEE GENERAL NOTES FOR REQUIRMENTS FOR TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT THE SITE. STABILIZATION MEASURES SHALL BE INITIATED AS SOON AS PRACTICAL 2. TEMPORARY SEDIMENT TRAP: A SEDIMENT TRAP SHALL BE INSTALLED IN AN ONSITE DURING CONSTRUCTION: STABILIZATION. IN PORTIONS OF THE SITE WHERE CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES HAVE TEMPORARILY DRAINAGEWAY AT A STORM DRAIN INLET OR AT OTHER POINTS OF SEALABLE PLASTIC BIN TO AVOID SPILLS. INDIVIDUALS WHO WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL INSPECTION AND WHICH DEMONSTRATES THAT OPENING OF ADDITIONAL AREAS WILL NOT OR PERMANENTLY CEASED. ONCE CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY CEASES DISCHARGE FROM A DISTURBED AREA. THE FOLLOWING SEDIMENT TRAPS CONCRETE FERTILIZERS WOOD SUBMITTED. BASED ON MY INQUIRY OF THE PERSON OR PERSONS WHO MANAGE PERMANENTLY IN AN AREA, THAT AREA WILL BE STABILIZED PERMANENTLY IN MAY BE CONSTRUCTED EITHER INDEPENDANTLY OR IN CONJUNCTION WITH A PAINTS INSPECTIONS, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ACTIVITIES, THE SYSTEM, OR THOSE PERSONS DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR GATHERING THE ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLANS. AFTER THE ENTIRE SITE IS STABILIZED, THE TEMPORARY DIVERSION DIKE: ASPHALT PETROLEUM BASED PRODUCTS MASONRY BLOCKS MAINTENANCE PRACTICES INFORMATION, THE INFORMATION SUBMITTED IS, TO THE BEST OF MY ACCUMULATED SEDIMENT WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE SEDIMENT TRAPS AND 2.1. BLOCK & GRAVEL SEDIMENT FILTER - THIS PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE REQUIRED FOR USE. EXCESS PAINT WILL NOT BE DISCHARGED TO THE REPORT. SITE AREA:THE EARTH DIKE/SWALES WILL BE REGRADED/REMOVED AND STABILIZED IN WHERE HEAVY FLOWS ANDIOR WHERE AN OVER CAPACITY IS TAR CLEANING SOLVENTS ROOFING MATERIALS THE FOLLOWING ARE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE 1. TOTAL AREA OF SITE: - 2. TOTAL AREA TO BE DISTURBED: - ACCORDANCE WITH THE EROSION &TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN. NECESSARY TO PREVENT Ex.CESSIVE PONDING AROUND THE PRACTICES THAT WILL BE USED TO MAINTAIN EROSION AND STRUCTURE. REFER TO D-902 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A CURB INLET I SEDIMENT FILTER, AND D-904 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A DROP INLET DETERGENTS PAINTS METAL STUDS SEDIMENT CONTROLS. CONTROLS SEDIMENT FILTER. SPILL PREVENTION NAME OF RECEIVING WATERS: DURBIN CREEK2.2. GRAVEL SEDIMENT TRAP - THIS PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE • NO MORE THAN 10 ACRES OF THE SITE WILL BE DENUDED IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO IMPLEMENT THE EROSION AND HEAVY CONCENTRATED FLOWS ARE EXPECTED, BUT NOT WHERE AT ONE TIME WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM THE TURBIDITY CONTROLS AS SHOWN ON THE EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN. IT IS ALSO THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THESE PONDING AROUND THE STRUCTURE MIGHT CAUSE EXCESSIVE INCONVENIENCE OR DAMAGl= TO ADJACENT STRUCTURES & MATERIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ENGINEER. CONTROLS CONTROLS ARE PROPERLY INSTALLED , MAINTAINED AND FUNCTIONING PROPERLY TO PREVENT TURBID OR POLLUTED WATER FROM LEAVING THE UNPROTECTED AREAS. REFER TO D-903 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF CURB INLET & DROP SEDIMENT TRAP. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE MATERIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES THAT WILL BE USED TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SPILLS OR OTHER ACCIDENTAL EXPOSURE OF • ALL CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE INSPECTED BY THE THIS PLAN UTILIZES BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TO CONTROL EROSION AND TURBIDITY PROJECT SITE. THE CONTRACTOR WILL ADJUST THE EROSION AND TURBIDITY 2.3. DROP INLET SEDIMENT TRAP THIS PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE MATERIALS AND SUBSTANCES TO STORM WATER RUNOFF. SUPERINTENDENT, THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TURBIDITY CAUSED BY STORM WATER RUN OFF. AN EROSION AND CONTROLS SHOWN ON THE EROSON AND TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN AND ADD THE INLET DRAINS A RELATIVELY FLAT AREA (S < 5%) AND WHERE SHEET CONTRACTOR'S CERTIFICATION I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PLAN HAS BEEN PREPARED TO INSTRUCT THE CONTRACTOR ON PLACEMENT OF ADDITIONAL CONTROL MEASURES, AS REQUIRED,TO ENSURE THE SITE MEETS ALL OR OVERLAND FLOWS (Q < C.5 CFS) ARE TYPICAL. THIS METHOD SHALL GOOD HOUSEKEEPING: DAY TO DAY SITE OPERATION OR SOMEONE APPOINTED THESE CONTROLS. IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO INSTALL AND FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROL REQUIREMENTS.ONS NOT APPLY TO INLETS RECEIVING CONCENTRATED FLOWS SUCH AS IN BY THE SUPERINTENDENT, AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK AND OF LAW THAT I UNDERSTAND THE TERMS AND CONDITI MAINTAIN THE CONTROLS PER PLAN AS WELL AS ENSURING THE PLAN IS THE FOLLOWING BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES WILL BE IMPLEMENTED BY THE G STREET OR HIGHWAY MEDIANS. REFER TO D-905 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE FOLLOWING GOOD HOUSEKEEPING PRACTICES WILL BE FOLLOWED ONSITE FOLLOWING ANY STORM EVENT OF 0.25 INCHES OR THE GENERAL NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION PROVIDING THE PROPER PROTECTION AS REQUIRED BY FEDERAL, STATE AND CONTRACTOR AS REQUIRED THE EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN AND HAY BALE &FABRIC SEDIMENT FILTER. DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT. ( ) SYSTEM NPDES PERMIT THAT AUTHORIZES THE STORM LOCAL LAWS. REFER TO "CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY" FOR A VERBAL AS REQUIRED TO MEET THE EROSION AND TURBIDITY REQUIREMENTS IMPOSED GREATER. DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLS THAT MAY BE IMPLEMENTED. ON THE PROJECT SITE BY THE REGULATORY AGENCIES. 3. OUTLET PROTECTION: APPLICABLE TO THE OUTLETS OF ALL PIPES AND 0 AN EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO STORE ONLY ENOUGH PRODUCT REQUIRED TO WATER DISCHARGES ASSOCIATED WITH INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY PAVED CHANNEL SECTIONS WFIERE THE FLOW COULD CAUSE EROSION & DO THE JOB. • ALL TURBIDITY CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE MAINTAINED FROM THE CONSTRUCTION SITE IDENTIFIED AS PART OF THIS STORM WATER MANAGEMENT: EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROLS SEDIMENT PROBLEM TO THE RECEIVING WATER BODY. SILT FENCES & HAY IN GOOD WORKING ORDER; IF A REPAIR IS NECESSARY, IT CERTIFICATION. STABILIZATION PRACTICES: BALES ARE TO BE INSTALLED IMMEDIATELY DOWNSTREAM OF THE a ALL MATERIALS STORED ONSITE WILL BE STORED IN A NEAT, ORDERLY STORM WATER DRAINAGE WILL BE PROVIDED BY (DESRIPTION:) DISCHARING STRUCTURE AS SHOWN ON THE OUTLET PROTECTION DETAIL. MANNER IN THEIR APPROPRIATE CONTAINERS AND, IF POSSIBLE, UNDER A WILL BE INITIATED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF REPORT. CURB & GUTTER AND INLETS FOR THE PROJECT. 1. HAY BALE BARRIER: HAY BALE BARRIERS CAN BE USED BELOW DISTURBED ROOF OR OTHER ENCLOSURE. AREAS SUBJECT TO SHEET AND RILL EROSION WITH THE FOLLOWING 4 SEDIMENT BASIN: WILL BE CONSTRUCTED AT THE COMMON DRAINAGE • BUILT UP SEDIMENT WILL BE REMOVED FROM SILT FENCE AREAS WHICH ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUCTED ON, BUT WILL BE REGRADED SHALL LIMITATIONS: LOCATIONS THAT SERVE AN AREA WITH 10 OR MORE DISTURBED ACRES AT PRODUCTS WILL BE KEPT IN THEIR ORIGINAL CONTAINERS WITH THE WHEN IT HAS REACHED ONE-THIRD THE HEIGHT OF THE • PERSONNEL SELECTED FOR INSPECTION AND BE STABILIZED IMMEDIATELY AFTER GRADING IS COMPLETE, WHEN A. WHERE THE MAXIMUM SLOPE BEHIND THE BARRIER IS 33 PERCENT. ONE TIME, THE PROPOSED WATER PONDS (ORASI TEMPORARY PONDS) ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER'S LABEL. OF O CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE, A TOTAL OF ACRES WILL HAVE BEEN B. IN MINOR SWALES OR DITCH LINES WHERE THE MAXIMUM R UISEORM WILL BE CONSTRUCTED FOR USE AS SEDIMENT BASINS. THESE SEDIMENT 8. TEMPORARY SEEDING: AREAS OPENED BY CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS AND FENCE.SILT FENCE WILL BE INSPECTED FOR DEPTH PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET REGRADED, ACRES LEFT UNDISTURBED. THE SITE DISCHARGES TO A WET CONTRIBUTING DRAINAGE AREA IS NO GREATER THAN 2 ACRES. BASINS MUST PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF 3,600 CUBIC FEET OF STORAGE PER SUBSTANCES WILL NOT BE MIXED WITH ONE ANOTHER UNLESS SEDIMENT, TEARS, TO SEE IF THE FABRIC IS SECURELY DETENTION SYSTEM. WHERE PRACTICAL, TEMPORARY SEDIMENT BASINS WILL BE C. WHERE EFFECTIVENESS IS REQUIRED FOR LESS THAN 3 MONTHS. ACRE DRAINED UNTIL FINAL STABILIZATION OF THE SITE. RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. ATTACHED TO THE FENCE POSTS, AND TO SEE THAT THE z USED TO INTERCEPT SEDIMENT BEFORE ENTERING THE PERMANENT DETENTION D. EVERY EFFORT SHOULD BE MADE TO LIMIT THE USE OF STRAW BALE O m O m O m O m BASIN. THE WET DETENTION SYSTEM IS DESIGNED WITH A DAY MINIMUM BARRIERS CONSTRUCTED IN LIVE STREAMS OR IN SWALES WHEREFENCE THE 3,600 CUBIC FEET OF STORAGE AREA PER ACRE DRAINED DOES NOT 0 WHENEVER POSSIBLE, ALL OF A PRODUCT WILL BE USED UP BEFORE POSTS ARE FIRMLY IN THE GROUND. RESIDENCE VOLUME. THIS IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS SET THERE IS THE POSSIBILITY OF A WASHOUT. IF NECESSARY, MEASURES APPLY TO FLOWS FROM OFFSITIE AREAS AND FLOWS FROM ONSITE AREAS DISPOSING OF THE CONTAINER. SEDIMENT CONTROLS USED ONSITE IN GOOD WORKING FORTH BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT FOR THIS TYPE SHALL BE TAKEN TO PROPERLY ANCHOR BALES TO INSURE AGAINST THAT ARE EITHER UNDISTURBED OR HAVE UNDERGONE FINAL STABILIZATIONTHE SEDIMENT BASINS WILL BE INSPECTED FOR THE OF DEVELOPMENT AT THE TIME OF PERMITTING. WASHOUT. WHERE SUCH FLOWS ARE DIVERTED AROUND BOTH THE DISTURBED AREA MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER USE AND DISPOSAL DEPTH OF SEDIMENT, AND BUILT UP SEDIMENT WILL BE O REFER TO CITY STANDARD DETAIL D-913 FOR CONSTRUCTING THE HAY BALE BARRIER. ALSO REFER TO D-901, D-911 AND D-12 FOR PROPER LOCATION, AND THE SEDIMENT BASIN. ANY TEMPORARY SEDIMENT BASINS WILL BE FOLLOWED. REMOVED WHEN IT REACHES 10 PERCENT OF THE DESIGN (D to MATERIAL & USAGE. CONSTRUCTED MUST BE BACKFILLED AND COMPACTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL FILL. ALL SEDIMENT THE SITE SUPERINTENDENT WILL INSPECT DAILY TO ENSURE MATERIALS CAPACITY OR AT THE END OF THE JOB, WHICHEVER U)m COLLECTED IN PERMANENT OR'TEMPORARY SEDIMENT TRAPS MUST BE ONSITE RECEIVE PROPER USE AND DISPOSAL. COMES FIRST. W Z) 2. FILTER FABRIC BARRIER: FILTER FABRIC BARRIERS CAN BE USED BELOW REMOVED UPON FINAL STABILIZATION. U) DISTURBED AREAS SUBJECT TO SHEET AND RILL EROSION WITH THE HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS: • DIVERSION DIKES/SWALES WILL BE INSPECTED AND ANY FOLLOWING LIMITATIONS: THESE PRACTICES ARE USED TO REDUCE THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH A. WHERE THE MAXIMUM SLOPE BEHIND THE BARRIER IS 33 PERCENT. B. IN MINOR SWALES OR DITCH LINES WHERE THE MAXIMUM HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. BREACHES PROMPTLY REPAIRED. TIMING OF CONTROLS/MEASURES CONTRIBUTING DRAINAGE AREA IS NO GREATER THAN 2 ACRES. 0 PRODUCTS WILL BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINERS UNLESS THEY ARE NOT • TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT SEEDING AND PLANTING 00 REFER TO "CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY" FOR THE TIMING OF CONTROUMEASURES. REFER TO CITY STANDARD DETAIL D-910 FOR PROPER CONSTRUCTION OF THE RESEALABLE. • ORIGINAL LABELS AND MATERIAL SAFETY DATA WILL BE RETAINED; THEY WILL BE INSPECTED FOR BARE SPOTS, WASHOUTS, AND FILTER FABRIC BARRIER. CONTAIN IMPORTANT PRODUCT INFORMATION. HEALTHY GROWTH. • IF SURPLUS PRODUCT MUST BE DISPOSED OF, MANUFACTURER'S OR LOCAL 3. BRUSH BARRIER WITH FILTER FABRIC: BRUSH BARRIER MAY BE USED BELOW DISTURBED AREAS SUBJECT TO SHEET AND RILL EROSION WHERE ENOUGH AND STATE RECOMMENDED METHODS FOR PROPER DISPOSAL WILL BE FOLLOWED. • A MAINTENANCE INSPECTION REPORT WILL BE MADE AFTER EACH INSPECTION. A COPY OF THE REPORT FORM CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH RESIDUE MATERIAL IS AVAILABLE ON SITE. Q U FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL REGULATIONS PRODUCT SPECIFIC PRACTICES: TO BE COMPLETED BY THE INSPECTOR IS ATTACHED. 4. LEVEL SPREADER: A LEVEL SPREADER MAY BE USED WHERE SEDIMENT- FREE STORM RUNOFF IS INTERCEPTED AND DIVERTED AWAY FROM THE GRADED THE FOLLOWING PRODUCT SPECIFIC PRACTICES WILL BE FOLLOWED ONSITE: THE REPORTS WILL BE KEPT ON SITE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST TO THE IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL LAWS RELATED TO STORM WATER MANAGEMENT AND EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROLS, THE FOLLOWING AREAS ONTO UNDISTURBED STABILIZED AREAS. THIS PRACTICE APPLIES ONLY PETROLEUM PRODUCTS OWNER, ENGINEER OR ANY FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL PERMITS HAVE BEEN OBTAINED. IN THOSE SITUATIONS WHERE THE SPREADER CAN BE CONSTRUCTED ON ALL ONSITE VEHICLES WILL BE MONITORED FOR LEAKS AND RECEIVE UNDISTURBED SOIL AND THE AREA BELOW THE LEVEL LIP IS STABILIZED. THE zQ REGULAR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TO REDUCE THE CHANCE OF AGENCY APPROVING SEDIMENT AND EROSION PLANS, OR D.E.R. DREDGE/FILL PERMIT# TBD WATER SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO RECONCENTRATE AFTER RELEASE. LEAKAGE. PETROLEUM PRODUCTS WILL BE STORED IN TIGHTLY SEALED STORM WATER MANAGEMENT PLANS. THE REPORTS C.O.E. DREDGE/FILL PERMIT# TBD LEVEL SPREADER SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE TO CITY CONTAINERS WHICH ARE CLEARLY LABELED. ANY ASPHALT SUBSTANCES SHALL BE MADE AND RETAINED AS PART OF THE STORM S.J.R.W.M.D. M.S.S.W. PERMIT # TBD STANDARD DETAIL D-914. USED ONSITE WILL BE APPLIED ACCORDING TO THE MANUFACTURER'S WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN FOR AT LEAST RECOMMENDATIONS. 5. STOCKPILING MATERIAL: NO EXCAVATED MATERIAL SHALL BE STOCKPILED IN THREE YEARS FROM THE DATE THAT THE SITE IS FINALLY SUCH A MANNER AS TO DIRECT RUNOFF DIRECTLY OFF THE PROJECT SITE FERTILIZERS STABILIZED AND THE NOTICE OF TERMINATION IS INTO ANY ADJACENT WATER BODY OR STORM WATER COLLECTION FACILITY. FERTILIZERS USED WILL BE APPLIED ONLY IN THE MINIMUM AMOUNTS SUBMITTED THE REPORTS SHALL IDENTIFY ANY INCIDENTS POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN CERTIFICATION RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. ONCE APPLIED, FERTILIZER WILL 6. EXPOSED AREA LIMITATION: THE SURFACE AREA OF OPEN, RAW ERODIBLE BE WORKED INTO THE SOIL TO LIMIT EXPOSURE TO STORM WATER. OF NON-COMPLIANCE. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF LAW THAT THIS DOCUMENT AND ALL SOIL EXPOSED BY CLEARING AND GRUBBING OPERATIONS OR EXCAVATION STORAGE WILL BE IN A COVERED AREA. THE CONTENTS OF ANY ATTACHMENTS WERE PREPARED UNDER MY DIRECTION OR SUPERVISION IN AND FILLING OPERATIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 10 ACRES. THIS REQUIREMENT PARTIALLY USED BAGS OF FERTILIZER WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO A . THE SITE SUPERINTENDENT WILL SELECT UP TO THREE ACCORDANCE WITH A SYSTEM DESIGNED TO ASSURE THAT QUALIFIED MAY BE WAIVED FOR LARGE PROJECTS WITH AN EROSION CONTROL PLAN SEALABLE PLASTIC BIN TO AVOID SPILLS. INDIVIDUALS WHO WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONNEL PROPERLY GATHERED AND EVALUATED THE INFORMATION WHICH DEMONSTRATES THAT OPENING OF ADDITIONAL AREAS WILL NOT SUBMITTED. BASED ON MY INQUIRY OF THE PERSON OR PERSONS WHO MANAGE SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT OFF-SITE DEPOSIT OF SEDIMENTS. PAINTS INSPECTIONS, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ACTIVITIES, THE SYSTEM, OR THOSE PERSONS DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR GATHERING THE ALL CONTAINERS WILL BE TIGHTLY SEALED AND STORED WHEN NOT AND FILLING OUT THE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE INFORMATION, THE INFORMATION SUBMITTED IS, TO THE BEST OF MY 7. INLET PROTECTION: INLETS AND CATCH BASINS WHICH DISCHARGE DIRECTLY REQUIRED FOR USE. EXCESS PAINT WILL NOT BE DISCHARGED TO THE REPORT. KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF, TRUE, ACCURATE, AND COMPLETE. I AM AWARE THAT OFF-SITE SHALL BE PROTECTED FROM SEDIMENT -LADEN STORM RUNOFF STORM SEWER SYSTEM BUT WILL BE PROPERLY DISPOSED OF TIES FOR SUBMITTING FALSE INFORMATION UNTIL THE COMPLETION OF ALL CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS THAT MAY THERE AMC SIGNIFICANT PENAL I INCLUDING THE POSSIBILITY OF FINE AND IMPRISONMENT FOR KNOWING w Revision 1 ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS OR STATE AND LOCAL REGULATIONS. • PERSONNEL SELECTED FOR INSPECTION AND CO OJ O O O O m W 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 8. TEMPORARY SEEDING: AREAS OPENED BY CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS AND 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET H Z Z THAT ARE NOT ANTICIPATED TO BE RE -EXCAVATED OR DRESSED AND ZO 0 ov z z z z �O a- w _j O m O m O m O m W LL w COUNTY ENGINEER w SEDIMENT CONTROLS USED ONSITE IN GOOD WORKING CD COMPETE WITH THE PERMANENT GRASSING. U_ O (D to U)m W Z) U) Q Q 00 Q Q Q U z< zQ THERE AMC SIGNIFICANT PENAL I INCLUDING THE POSSIBILITY OF FINE AND IMPRISONMENT FOR KNOWING CONTRIBUTE SEDIMENT TO THE INLET. Revision 1 ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS OR STATE AND LOCAL REGULATIONS. • PERSONNEL SELECTED FOR INSPECTION AND 2 VIOLATIONS. 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES WILL RECEIVE TRAINING 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 8. TEMPORARY SEEDING: AREAS OPENED BY CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS AND 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET CONCRETE TRUCKS FROM THE SITE. SUPERINTENDENT. THEY WILL BE THAT ARE NOT ANTICIPATED TO BE RE -EXCAVATED OR DRESSED AND CONCRETE TRUCKS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO WASH OUT OR DISCHARGE TRAINED IN ALL THE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE SIGNED: RECEIVE FINAL GRASSING TREATMENT WITHIN 30 DAYS SHALL BE SEEDED SURPLUS CONCRETE OR DRUM WASH WATER ON THE SITE. PRACTICES NECESSARY FOR KEEPING THE EROSION AND WITH A QUICK GROWING GRASS SPECIES WHICH WILL PROVIDE AN EARLY COUNTY ENGINEER COVER DURING THE SEASON IN WHICH IT IS PLANTED AND WILL NOT LATER SEDIMENT CONTROLS USED ONSITE IN GOOD WORKING COMPETE WITH THE PERMANENT GRASSING. ORDER. DATED: PROSSER TM Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN J. M9 , R��� No. 6"2� N N_ S H E E T DATE: 11111111111211011" TM PROSSER Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY : JBD DRAWN BY: DPT SCALE : SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1 st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN -CONTRACTORS CERTIFICATION C 0 0 CL E 0 FRONDS TO REMAIN TIED AS NOTED BELOW REMOVE BOOTS FROM TRUNK AS INDICATED. BURN MARKS OR TRUNK DEFECTS NOT ACCEPTABLE SUPPORT BRACING SEE DETAIL INSET RIGHT 2 X 4 PINE BRACE - 3 MINIMUM EQUALLY SPACED AROUND TRUNK MULCH 3" LAYER OUTSIDE OF ROOTBALL 1" MAX. LAYER OVER ROOTBALL 6 INCH HT. TEMPORARY EARTH SAUCER FINISH GRADE r--?- COMPOST MIX�;'� 3" LAYER SPREAD BEFORE EXCAVATING PLANTING HOLE. BACKFILL UTILIZE SOIL REMOVED FROM EXCAVATION, INTERMIXED WITH COMPOST SOIL MIX LAYER HEN NOT IN PLANTING 5 LAYERS BURLAD WRAPPING 2 -STEEL BANDS ADD 2X4X6INC SUPPORTS TO SECURE BRACE I PLACE EQUALLY SPACEI BRACES BATTEN DETAIL - INSET A w w w MULCHLL 2 X 4 X 12 INCH WOOD ai ai ANCHOR NAILED TO BRACE, WOOD BRACE INSTALL 12 INCHES BELOW GRADE MINIMUM. INSTALL OUTSIDE PLANTING HOLE IN 2 X 4 X 12 INCH ( \ / UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE. NOTES: • ALL TRUNKS SHALL BE PREPARED PRIOR TO DELIVERY. SABAL AND WASHINGTON PALMS SHALL BE BOOTED OR SHAVED AS SPECIFIED. • PALM FRONDS SHALL BE TIED UP UNTIL AFTER PLANTING. TIES SHALL BE REMOVED AS FOLLOWS: WASHINGTON PALM & QUEEN PALM - IMMEDIATELY; SABAL PALMS WHICH ARE NOT'HURRICANE CUT' SHALL REMAIN TIED FOR 3 - MONTHS. REMOVE ALL DEAD AND BROKEN FRONDS, DO NOT REMOVE GREEN FRONDS. NEVER CUT BUD. • PLANT TOP OF ROOT BALL 2" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE; BOTTOM OF ROOT BALL SHALL BE SEATED DIRECTLY ON UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE. • NEVER NAIL INTO TRUNK. • SABAL PALMS MAY BE HURRICANE CUT, UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE IN THE PROJECT PLANS. TRUNK i GUYING PLAN N.T.S. 1" DIAM. RUBBER HOSE - FLEXIBLE NYLON STRAPPING MATERIAL (3 PER TREE) 3" OF SPECIFIED MULCH EXTENDED BEYOND SAUCER. KEEP MULCH AT LEAST 3" FROM TREE TRUNK 6" SAUCER 12" MIN. SPECIFIED PLANTING MIX ALL AROUND. WATER & TAMP TO REMOVE AIR POCKETS UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE PALM PLANTING N.T.S. NOTES: • PLANT TOP OF ROOT BALL 2" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE. • BOTTOM OF ROOT BALL SHALL BE SEATED DIRECTLY ON UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE. • STAKE ABOVE FIRST STRONG BRANCHES AND AS NECESSARY FOR FIRM SUPPORT. c 0 TREE PLANTING -SINGLE TRUNK er w NOTES: w Q PLANT SO THAT TOP OF ROOT BALL IS FLUSH WITH FINISHED GRADE. 0 0 SHRUB PLANTING m N.T.S. a N.T.S. 0 0 0 0 0 OOC' �p 0 0 0 EQ. TRIANGULAR SPACING N.T.S. SPACE O.C. PER SPEC. PLANT SPACING AS PER PLAN GENERAL LANDSCAPE NOTES: TRUNK 1. PLANT MATERIAL SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARDS FOR GRADE #1 OR BETTER AS GIVEN IN KEEP 2" FROM BASE THE LATEST "GRADES AND STANDARDS FOR NURSERY PLANTS, PARTS I AND II,"FLORIDA PREPARE BED AS PER DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES OR TO THE STANDARDS AS GIVEN IN 2 X 4 X 12 INCH BATTENS, THE LATEST "AMERICAN STANDARD FOR NURSERY STOCK,"AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTALL BATTENS TO KEEP INSTITUTE. STEEL BANDS OFF TRUNK QV4 6 WRITTEN SP ECIFICATION 2. PINE BARK OR PINE STRAW MULCH SHALL BE PROVIDED A MINIMUM OF TWO (2) TO THREE (3) i( INCHES IN DEPTH AROUND ALL NEWLY PLANTED LANDSCAPING. 12' - 16' HT. 3. A MULCH RING FOR ALL NEWLY PLANTED TREES SHALL BE PROVIDED AT LEAST FIVE (5) FEET IN DO NOT DRIVE NAILS INTO DIAMETER AND NOT CLOSER THAN SIX (6) INCHES FOR THE TREE TRUNK. TRUNK 4. IRRIGATION WILL BE PROVIDED WITH AN AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION SYSTEM. MIN. 16' CT 5. SHRUB LINES ARE TO BE PLANTED AT THE REQUIRED MINIMUM HEIGHT, NOT BY CONTAINER SHRUBS SIZE. BATTEN DETAIL - INSET A w w w MULCHLL 2 X 4 X 12 INCH WOOD ai ai ANCHOR NAILED TO BRACE, WOOD BRACE INSTALL 12 INCHES BELOW GRADE MINIMUM. INSTALL OUTSIDE PLANTING HOLE IN 2 X 4 X 12 INCH ( \ / UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE. NOTES: • ALL TRUNKS SHALL BE PREPARED PRIOR TO DELIVERY. SABAL AND WASHINGTON PALMS SHALL BE BOOTED OR SHAVED AS SPECIFIED. • PALM FRONDS SHALL BE TIED UP UNTIL AFTER PLANTING. TIES SHALL BE REMOVED AS FOLLOWS: WASHINGTON PALM & QUEEN PALM - IMMEDIATELY; SABAL PALMS WHICH ARE NOT'HURRICANE CUT' SHALL REMAIN TIED FOR 3 - MONTHS. REMOVE ALL DEAD AND BROKEN FRONDS, DO NOT REMOVE GREEN FRONDS. NEVER CUT BUD. • PLANT TOP OF ROOT BALL 2" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE; BOTTOM OF ROOT BALL SHALL BE SEATED DIRECTLY ON UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE. • NEVER NAIL INTO TRUNK. • SABAL PALMS MAY BE HURRICANE CUT, UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE IN THE PROJECT PLANS. TRUNK i GUYING PLAN N.T.S. 1" DIAM. RUBBER HOSE - FLEXIBLE NYLON STRAPPING MATERIAL (3 PER TREE) 3" OF SPECIFIED MULCH EXTENDED BEYOND SAUCER. KEEP MULCH AT LEAST 3" FROM TREE TRUNK 6" SAUCER 12" MIN. SPECIFIED PLANTING MIX ALL AROUND. WATER & TAMP TO REMOVE AIR POCKETS UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE PALM PLANTING N.T.S. NOTES: • PLANT TOP OF ROOT BALL 2" ABOVE FINISHED GRADE. • BOTTOM OF ROOT BALL SHALL BE SEATED DIRECTLY ON UNDISTURBED SUBGRADE. • STAKE ABOVE FIRST STRONG BRANCHES AND AS NECESSARY FOR FIRM SUPPORT. c 0 TREE PLANTING -SINGLE TRUNK er w NOTES: w Q PLANT SO THAT TOP OF ROOT BALL IS FLUSH WITH FINISHED GRADE. 0 0 SHRUB PLANTING m N.T.S. a N.T.S. 0 0 0 0 0 OOC' �p 0 0 0 EQ. TRIANGULAR SPACING N.T.S. SPACE O.C. PER SPEC. PLANT SPACING AS PER PLAN TREES QTY 3" OF SPECIFIED MULCH COMMON NAME KEEP 2" FROM BASE ORIGIN PREPARE BED AS PER 7/5/2017 LAGERSTROEMIA X-TUSCARORA- TUSCARORA CRAPE MYRTLE SEE PLAN NON-NATIVE 14' - 16' HT QV4 6 WRITTEN SP ECIFICATION LIVE OAK i( NATIVE 12' - 16' HT. 1 SABAL PALMETTO CABBAGE PALMETTO NOTES: • GROUND COVER PLANTS ARE TO BE SPACED AS INDICATED ON PLANTING PLAN. • 3" MIN. SPECIFIED PLANTING MIX UNDER AND AROUND - WATER AND TAMP TO AIR POCKETS. GROUNDCOVER PLANTING N.T.S. EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN 6. TREES SHALL NOT BE PLANTED CLOSER THEN 5' FROM THE CENTERLINE OF UNDERGROUND UTILITIES. 7. ALL INVASIVE EXOTIC SPECIES MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE DEVELOPMENT AREA. 8. ALL PLANTINGS MUST BE FREE OF INSECTS, PESTS, DISEASE, WEEDS, ETC. 9. GALLON SIZES FOR PLANT MATERIAL ARE STATED AS THE MINIMUM. IF DIMENSIONS ARE NOT AVAILABLE WITHIN THE SPECIFIED CONTAINER IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE THE DIMENSIONED PLANT MATERIAL IN ANOTHER SIZE POT. 10. CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY ALL QUANTITIES AS SHOWN ON LANDSCAPE PLAN SHEET LP -1. 11. LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION SHALL COMPLY WITH CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS. 3' JEA NO OBSTRUCTION ZONEI 6' PRIVACY 3 JEA NO OBSTRUCTION ZONEnTJASP1 FENCE 2 EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN MULCH BED SU CA 21 '' 31 EXI ING REES TO REMAIN 7.5' ELEC. EASEMENT AHERN STREET (FORMERLY ATLANTA STREET) 40' PUBLIC ROW PLANT SCHEDULE TREES QTY BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME SPACING ORIGIN REMARKS 7/5/2017 LAGERSTROEMIA X-TUSCARORA- TUSCARORA CRAPE MYRTLE SEE PLAN NON-NATIVE 14' - 16' HT QV4 6 �U�ERCUS�VIRGI�NIANA����� LIVE OAK SEE PLAN NATIVE 12' - 16' HT. 1 SABAL PALMETTO CABBAGE PALMETTO SEE PLAN NATIVE MIN. 16' CT SHRUBS QTY BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME SPACING ORIGIN REMARKS CFR 17 CORDYLINE FRUTICOSA BLACK MAGIC' TI PLANT BLACK MAGIC' 36" O.C. NON-NATIVE 3 GAL., 24" VOB 156 VIBURNUM OBOVATUM 'MRS. SCHILLERS DELIGHT' 'MRS. SCHILLERS DELIGHT' VIBURNUM 24" O.C. NATIVE 16" - 18" HT. VSU 67 VIBURNUM SUSPENSUM SANDANKWA VIBURNUM 36" O.C. NON-NATIVE 18"- 24" HT.: SHRUB AREAS QTY BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME SPACING ORIGIN REMARKS MCA 252 MUHLENBERGIA CAPILLARIS PINK MUHLY 36" O.C. NATIVE 16"- 18"HT.X GROUND COVERS QTY BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME SPACING ORIGIN REMARKS MULCH 292 SF MINI PINE BARK NUGGETS MINI PINE BARK 12" O.C. 3" DEPTH IN RRD 53 ROSA X 'RED DRIFT' RED DRIFT ROSE 24" O.C. NON-NATIVE 14"- 16"HT.X SOD 292 SF STENOTAPHRUM SECUN DATUM 'FLORATUM' FLOR NTAM ST. AUGUSTINE SOD NON-NATIVE 2" -3" THICK TJA 298 TRACHELOSPERMUM JASMINOIDES 'CONFEDERATE' CONFEDERATE JASMINE 18" O.C. NON-NATIVE 1 GAL., 24" F IRRIGATION NOTES: 1) IRRIGATION IS PROHIBITED BETWEEN 10 A.M. AND 4 P.M. 2) DURING DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME (SECOND SUNDAY IN MARCH UNTIL THE FIRST SUNDAY IN NOVEMBER) IRRIGATION IS LIMITED TO NO MORE THAN TWO DAYS PER WEEK ON SCHEDULED DAYS. 3) DURING EASTERN STANDARD TIME (FIRST SUNDAY IN NOVEMBER UNTIL THE SECOND SUNDAY IN MARCH) IRRIGATION IS LIMITED TO NO MORE THAN ONE DAY PER WEEK ON SCHEDULED DAYS. NONRESIDENTIAL IRRIGATION IS ALLOWED ON TUESDAY. 4) IRRIGATION USING A MICRO -SPRAY, MICRO -JET, DRIP OR BUBBLER IRRIGATION SYSTEM IS ALLOWED ANYTIME. 5) IRRIGATION CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL STATE AND LOCAL CODES AND SHALL CLARIFY ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLAN PRIOR TO BIDDING. 6) ALL PIPE AND WIRE UNDER PAVING SHALL BE PLACED IN SCHEDULE 40 P.V.C. SLEEVES FOR THE FULL PAVEMENT COVERAGE LENGTH AND SHALL BE AT LEAST 24" BELOW GRADE SLEEVE LOCATIONS FOR GRAPHIC CLARITY. COMBINE SLEEVES WHEREVER POSSIBLE. 7) MAINLINES SHALL BE BURIED TO PROVIDE A MINIMUM COVER OF 18", WHILE ALL LATERAL LINES SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM OF 12" RRD , RRIJ � ) THE CONTRACTOR SHOULD TAKE CARE TO REROUTE PIPING AS NECESSARY �8 ARY TO AVOID PLANT OR TREE ROOTS. 9) ALL SPRINKLERS SHALL BE SITE ADJUSTED TO PREVENT WATER OVERTHROW ONTO BUILDING SURFACES, ROADWAYS, AND WALKWAYS. 10) ALL SPRINKLERS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 18" FROM ANY BUILDING. i 11) SHRUB BODY SPRINKLERS MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR HI -POPS AGAINST BUILDING(S) AT OWNERS DISCRETION. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY WITH OWNERS REPRESENTATIVE ALL CONTROLLER PROGRAMMING, INCLUDING MONTHLY ADJUSTMENTS, PRIOR TO FINAL INSPECTION. W PROSSER TM Community - Management - Energy - Relationships 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: SB DRAWN BY: BHK SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1 st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE LANDSCAPE PLAN AND DETAILS FL. 548 DATE: S H E E T C 0 0 CL E 0 C 0 0 M 0 v 0 of 0 N a J 3 a ui a U U) 0 Z 0 r` 0 Z Lu rr U 0 0 ¢ U Z Lu 0 Cl) ti 0 cfl cfl a LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS PART 1- GENERAL 1.1 GENERAL NOTES A. Contractor shall comply with applicable laws, ordinances and codes; obtain required permits, inspections; pay required fees. B. Prior to preparing and submitting cost proposal, Bidder shall visit and inspect the project site to become familiar with existing conditions. C. This contract includes providing and installing plant and landscape materials as described within the contract documents. D. Contractor shall perform fine grading to establish finish grades in landscape areas. Fine grading shall include only minor grading to correct random or infrequent grade irregularities to 1" or less. E. Grading-Berming labeled on the project plans shall be the responsibility of the landscape contractor to construct. Landscape contractor shall provide fill and grading for these areas and coordinate fill requirements with general contractor prior to bidding. F. Bidder -Contractor shall verify all plant quantities shown on plans. Notify Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative of discrepancies. G. Plant size noted in plant schedule shall be the minimum acceptable size. Container gallon size are minimum. Contractor shall provide the plant material in container size needed to meet plant size specified. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Finish Grade: Top of surface soil and top of planting bed after plant installation. B. Topsoil: Native or imported surface soil modified with soil amendments per recommendations from commercial soil -testing laboratory. C. Compost Mix: Homogeneously blended organic material, see Part 2 - Products. D. Subgrade: Soil below finish grade and soil below finish grade remaining after completing excavation. E. Final Acceptance: Shall mean that point in time when requirements of contract documents are completed, including punch -list items, to the satisfaction of the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative. Contractor will be notified in writing of final acceptance by Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative. F. Warranty Period: Shall begin after notification of final acceptance, continuing for the duration of the specified period. G. Final Warranty Inspection; Shall occur near the end of the warranty period. H. Contract Documents: Project plan set, technical specifications and documentation issued during project bidding, award and installation. 1.3 SUBMITTALS B. Product Data: Each type of product utilized C. Samples: Pine Bark D. Product certificates, confirmation letter that the Contractor has procured all plant materials and products to complete the project plans. E. Planting Schedule: Indicating anticipated installation dates. F. Maintenance Instructions: Provide prior to final acceptance. G. Agronomic Soil Tests for Topsoil and Compost Mix: Soil testing and recommendations shall be performed by a commercial soil -testing laboratory. Areas to be installed with plants and lawn areas shall be tested. Tests shall include a fertility test, pH factor, percentage of organic matter and a suitability analysis. The suitability analysis shall include percolation tests and evaluation of soil composition to determine the soil's suitability to sustain the project's plant materials and to bring the soil to a pH rating between 5.5 to 6.5. Submit copy to Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative of soil tests, written recommendations for soil suitability, soil amendments, fertilizer, chemical conditioner application rates for soil preparation, and a maintenance fertilization program. H. Manufacturer's Data: Include physical characteristics, application, installation instructions and recommendations to be utilized. a. Fertilizer b. Each soil amendment to be used c. Herbicide d. Super absorbent, if to be utilized e. Pre -emergent herbicide f. Materials identified in contract documents I. Written plant guarantee J. Prior to purchase and delivery of plants, Contractor shall provide the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative with photos of proposed plant materials and coordinate nursery visit. 1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Landscape Contractor Qualifications: The Landscape Contractor (Contractor) shall have previous experience installing projects of equal or greater size to the project plans. The Contractor shall have a full-time supervisor with a minimum of 5 years of experience that is on-site during installation process. B. Soil Analysis: Contractor shall provide soil analysis of the existing surface soil and compost mix. Agronomic soil testing shall be performed by a commercial soil -testing laboratory. C. Provide quality, size, genus, species, and variety of plants indicated, complying with "Florida Number 1" or better classification in "Grades and Standards for Nursery Plants," latest edition, published by Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry, Gainesville, Florida. To evaluate plants not specifically listed in the "Grades and Standards for Nursery Plants," use the appropriate matrix type. D. Pre -Installation Conference: Prior to beginning plant installations, conduct conference at project site. E. Substitutions: 1. If a plant material or product is not available, the Contractor shall submit to the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative for approval, proof of non-availability with a recommendation for an equivalent material. When authorized, adjustment of contract amount may be made. No substitutions will otherwise be allowed. F. Inspection: Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative may inspect plants at nursery and project site prior to planting, for compliance with plans. The Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative may inspect plants at any time for size and condition of balls, root systems, insects, injuries, latent defects, and reject plant materials at any time during progress of work. Contractor shall remove rejected plants from project site. The Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative's preliminary inspection is not to be construed as acceptance until such time as a written final acceptance inspection is received. 1.5 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING A. Prior to materials being shipped from supplier, Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative may inspect materials on-site or through the submission of photographs. Refer to the plant schedule within the project plan set for specific plants requiring on-site tagging -inspection. B. Do not prune trees and shrubs before delivery. Protect bark, branches, and root systems from sun scald, drying, sweating, whipping, and other handling and tying damage. Do not bend or bind -tie trees or shrubs in such a manner as to destroy their natural shape. Provide protective covering of plants during delivery. Do not drop plant materials. C. Deliver plants after preparations for planting have been completed and install immediately. If planting is delayed more than six hours after delivery, set plants trees in shade, protect from weather and mechanical damage, and keep roots moist. 1.6 WARRANTY A. Warranty: Contractor shall warrant plants for the warranty period indicated against defects including death and unsatisfactory growth. Contractor will not be responsible for defects resulting from lack of adequate maintenance, abuse by Owner, winds of tropical storm speed per Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale or higher winds, or acts of God. 1. Warranty Period for Plant Materials: 1 year from date of final acceptance 2. Warranty Period for Sod: 6 months from date of final acceptance LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS 1.7 MAINTENANCE A. Plant Materials: Maintain until final acceptance by pruning, cultivating, watering, weeding, fertilizing, restoring planting saucers, tightening and repairing stakes and supports, resetting plants to proper grades, vertical position, as required to establish healthy, viable plantings. Spray insecticides to keep plants free of insects and disease. B. Protect plant materials from damage due to landscape operations, operations by other contractors and others. Maintain protection during installation and final acceptance. Treat, repair, and replace damaged plantings at no additional cost to the Owner. C. Maintenance of sod areas: The Contractor shall maintain until final acceptance by protecting sod areas against traffic or other use by warning signs and barricades, as approved by the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative. Damaged sod shall be repaired by re -grading, then re -sod. Contractor shall mow, water and otherwise maintain sod areas in a satisfactory condition until final acceptance of the work. 1. Maintain sod areas until final acceptance by Natering, weeding, mowing, applications of herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, fertilization and re -needing until a full, uniform stand of grass free of weeds, undesirable grass species, disease, and insects is achieved and accepted by the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative. a. Repair, re -work, and re -sod all area that have washed out, eroded, or are not a healthy stand of grass. b. Mow sod areas when top growth reaches a height where no more than a third of the leaf blade will be removed at any single mowing. Repeat mowing to maintain specified height per recommendations of local agricultural extension agena(. 1.8 REPLACEMENTS AND CONDITIONS A. Promptly remove and replace plant materials that are dead, unhealthy condition, fallen below acceptable quality. Prior to the end of the warranty period, a final warranty inspection of the work may be made by the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative. The Contractor shall remove and replace plant materials and sod areas found to not be in compliance with contract requirements Replacement plant material size and species shall be as noted in the project plans. A new warranty period shall commence on each plant replaced during the warranty period, contractor shall maintain plant warranty log. 1.9 FINAL INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE A. Final Inspection: Upon completion of landscape installation, the Contractor shall notify the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative in writing 10 days prior to requested inspection date. Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative will make an inspection to determine compliance with contract documents. When inspected landscape work does not comply with contract documents, the Contractor shall remove and replace rejected work and continue maintenance. Contractor shall provide 48 hour notice to Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative requesting re -inspection. Plant Materials: a. Replace plant materials not in healthy condition, fails below quality requirements B. Lawns: a. At the time of final warranty inspection, sod areas shall be healthy, well -rooted even colored, lawn is established, weed free without open joints and bare areas. PART 2 - PRODUCTS ri I Ell A RITC A. Tree and Shrub Material: Provide nursery -grown tree and shrub materials complying with plant quality requirements, Part 1 -General. Provide well -shaped, fully branched, healthy, vigorous plants free of disease, insects, eggs, larvae, and defects such as knots, sun scald, injuries, abrasions, and disfigurement. B. Ground Cover: Provide ground cover species indicated, established and well rooted in pots or similar containers, and complying with plant quality requirements, Part 1 -General. C. Annuals: Provide healthy, disease-free plants of species and variety shown or approved, complying with plant quality requirements, Part 1 -General. Provide plants acclimated to the conditions they are to be installed on the project and are in bud with few, if any blooms. D. Perennials: Provide healthy plants from a commercial nursery, of species and variety shown or approved, complying with plant quality requirements, Part 1 -General. E. Sod: Sod shall be species and locations in the project plans. Sod shall be freshly cut in pads (or rolls with prior approval). Sod shall be derived from an area having a soil type similar to the soil on which it is to be laid. Sod shall be healthy, free of weeds and insects including ground pearls and spittle bugs, in naturally green condition, and shall have an abundance of roots contained within a mat of topsoil derived in the harvesting process from the area where grown. Brown, dry, irregularly smooth, and/or un -fresh sod will be rejected. 2.2 PLANTING MATERIALS A. Topsoil: pH range of 5.5 to 6.5, a minimum of 6 percent organic material content; free of stones 1 inch or larger in any dimension and extraneous materials harmful to plant growth. 1. Topoil Source: Amend existing surface soils according to recommendations from soil tests analyzed by commercial soil testing laboratory, see Part -1 General. B. Soil Amendments: Following are soil amendments that may be utilized to modify existing surface soil according to recommendations from agronclmic soil testing analysis. a. Lime: Natural dolomitic limestone containing not Iess than 85 percent of total carbonates with a minimum of 30 percent magnesium carbonates, ground so that not less than 90 percent passes a 10 -mesh sieve and not less than 50 percent passes a 100 -mesh sieve. b. Aluminum Sulfate: Commercial grade. c. Peat Humus: Finely divided peat, completely decomposed and free of fibers to eliminate it's biological identity. Provide in granular form, free of hard lumps and with pH range suitable for intended use or Florida Muck with a texture and pH range suited for the intended use. Florida Muck shall be delivered in a non -muddy state, reasonably free of clay, roots and litter and other extraneous or toxic matter harmful to plant growth. Florida Muck shall be subject to approval by the Owner. d. Bonemeal: Commercial, raw, finely ground; 4 percent nitrogen and 20 percent phosphoric acid. e. Superphosphate: Soluble mixture of treated minerals; 20 percent available phosphoric acid. f. Sand: Clean, washed builder's sand, free of toxic materials, free of salt, weeds, sticks and other debris. Sand shall conform to ASTM C3 for five aggregates. g. Perlite: Conforming to National Bureau of Standards PS 23. h. Vermiculite: Horticultural grade, free of toxic substances. i. Sawdust: Rotted sawdust, free of chips, stones, sticks, soil, or toxic substances and with 7.5 pounds of nitrogen uniformly mixed into each cubic yard of sawdust. j. Manure: Well rotted, unleached stable or cattle manure containing not more than 25 percent by volume of straw, sawdust, or other bedding materials and containing no chemicals or ingredients harmful to plants. k. Mulch: Organic mulch shall be uniform in size, sh;3pe, texture and free from deleterious materials and suitable for top dressing of trees, sthrubs, or plants and consisting of one of the following: 1. Medium-sized (Mini -sized) pine bark chips, clean, bright and free from weeds, moss, sticks and other debris. 2. Areas indicated as "pine straw mulch" shall include mulch that is clean, bright and free from weeds, moss, sticks and other debris. 1. Fertilizer: 1. Fertilizer: Pelletized fertilizer with nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium in 100 percent slow release form, with the following composition: a. Composition: 8 percent nitrogen, 2 percent phosphorous, 12 percent potassium + 4 percent magnesium and all micro -nutrients LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS 2.3 COMPOST MIX A. Compost Mix: Manufactured mix that is weed and disease free, pasteurized composed of: a. 34% Aged Pine Bark b. 33% Finished Organic Compost C. 33% Composted Cow Manure B. Compost mix shall be sent to an approved agronomic soil -testing laboratory to provide the requirements noted Part 1 -General. D. Seed: 1. Seed: All seed shall be furnished from a certified seed dealer or certified seed grower; meet the requirements of the Florida Department of Agriculture regulations; be labeled in accordance therewith. Seed shall be free of noxious weeds. E. Sprigging: Sprigs shall be certified to genetic purity, free of pests and disease, delivered in a timely fashion and consist of stems, leaves and stolons. The sprigs shall come from a certified supplier, approved by the Owner's Representative. After being harvested, the sprigs shall be delivered to the planting site within 24 hours. The stock shall contain no weeds, soil, or other debris and shall not be dried out at the time of planting. Sprigs shall be harvested to facilitate separation and distribution. Sprigs shall average four to six inches in length and carry at least four nodes. Sprigs shall be planted within twenty- four hours after removal from the certified supplier. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to protect the stolons, keeping them moist and out of the sunlight before and during the planting operation. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 PLANTING 1. Prior to installing plant materials, Contractor shall perform drainage test excavations one per acre of site planting areas or submit plan of locations for Landscape Architect approval, a minimum of 250 ft on center throughout the planting and sod areas. Test excavations shall be a minimum of 12"dia. and 12" deeper than the largest proposed plant rootball. Test excavations shall be filled with water to finish grade, then monitored to verify excavations have completely drained within a 3 hour period. Landscape Contractor shall notify the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative of any excavations which fail this test, prior to proceeding with plant installations. Corrective actions may be required, such as but not limited to over -excavation to break sub -surface soil conditions which shall be the Contractor's responsibility and may be considered additional work. Contractor shall seek and obtain approval from Owner's Representative prior to proceeding. 2. Unsuitable Soil Conditions: Absolutely no plastic or clayey soil is to be used in landscape areas. If such a condition is found, the area is to be back-filled with material of suitable sandy gradation which is porous and percolates well with reasonable compaction. If any planting or sod area has a plastic or clayey soil condition which prevents proper drainage, then a system of underdraining, turf drain or other means of releasing underground standing water must be incorporated under the direction of the Landscape Architect -Owner's representative. 3. Upon completion of landscape installation the finish grade of planting beds and lawn areas shall be minimum 6 inches below adjacent structures and slope away from existing structures per the Florida Building Code. Verify compliance with Florida Building Code with General Contractor prior to beginning work. Parking lot islands shall slope at 3% from center of island to curb. Finish grade shall be below sidewalks, curbs and walking surfaces to allow for mulch thickness and sod. 4. Upon completion of landscape installation, the Contractor shall notify the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative in writing 10 days prior to requested inspection date. Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative will make an inspection to determine compliance with Contract Documents. 5. The Contractor shall be responsible for stability and plumb conditions of all plant materials, be legally liable for damage caused by instability of plant materials. Proper staking and guying is the Contractor's responsibility. Contractor shall under their own discretion provide additional staking and guying above and beyond the requirements of the project plans at no additional expense to the Owner. A. Plant Material Installation and Planting Bed Preparation: 1. Topsoil shall be modified according to recommendations from agronomic soil -testing laboratory, prior to installation of plants. 2. Spead on top of topsoil a 3 inch layer of compost mix prior to planting. Mix shall be incorporated in planting holes during installation. 3. Do not spread compost mix if topsoil is frozen, muddy, or excessively wet. 4. Planting Pits and Trenches: Excavate circular planting pits with sides sloped inward. Trim base leaving center area raised slightly to support root ball and assist in drainage. Do not further disturb base. Scarify sides of plant pit smeared or smoothed during excavation. 5. Topmost Root: Topmost root -root flare shall be visible prior to planting - Find the topmost root and remove excess soil to expose topmost root -root flare. 6. Root Defects: Inspect root ball for root defects, cut roots at the point where they begin to kink or circle. Root ball shall comply with Florida Grades & Standards. 7. Remove rocks, sticks or other deleterious material greater than 1 inch in any 1 direction prior to backfill process. 8. Set tree, palm and shrubs plumb and in center of tree planting pit or trench with top of root ball 2 inches above finish grade. a. Container Grown: Carefully remove root ball from container without damaging root ball or plant. b. Ball and Burlaped Root ball: Do not use plant materials if root ball is cracked or broken before or during planting operation. Do not lift plants by the trunk. Remove rope, synthetic burlap, plastic and materials that will not decompose. Remove top 1/3 of wire basket. c. Backfill planting excavation incorporating compost mix. Work soil around roots eliminate voids and air pockets. When planting pit is approximately one-half backfilled, water thoroughly before placing remainder of backfill. d. Repeat watering until no more water is absorbed. After planting, remove excess soil and rake plant beds to a smooth even surface conforming to required finish grades. e. Upon completion of plant installations, fertilize according to specifications. f. Tree pits in non -irrigated areas shall be installed with super absorbent, according to manufacturer's recommendations. 9. Water thoroughly after planting, taking care not to cover plant crowns with wet soil. 10. Protect plants from hot sun and wind; remove protection if plants show evidence of recovery from transplanting shock. 11. Finish Grading: Level planting area to a smooth, uniform surface with loose, uniformly fine texture. Roll and rake, remove ridges, and fill depressions to meet finish grades. 12. Upon completion of plant installations, fertilize according to specifications. 13. Tree and Shrub Pruning: Prune, trees and shrubs according to International Society of Arboriculture standards. Contractor shall prune trees and shrubs to comply with Florida Grades and Standards. Prune plants to retain natural character. B. Sod: 1. Topsoil shall be modified according to recommendations from agronomic soil -testing laboratory, prior to installation of sod, see Part 1 -General. 2. Remove rocks, sticks or other deleterious material greater than 1 inch in any 1 direction prior to sod installation. 3. Finish grade to receive sod shall be uniformly graded and irrigated prior to sod installation. Sod shall be laid end-to-end and side-to-side to form a uniform layer of un -broken, un -gapped turf. All uneven edges shall be squarely trimmed to allow close and firm fitting of each piece. All gaps or spaces shall be filled to a smooth level with topsoil as specified herein. Edges shall be "heeled -in" and finished smoothly without uneven exposure. Place sod with staggered joints closely butted, tamped or rolled to an even surface to the required finished grade. Avoid continuous seam along line of water flow in swales. Place sod in rows at right angles to slope. Peg sod on slopes greater than 3:1. 4. Upon completion of sod installation, sod areas shall be watered to provide a healthy growing condition. Watering shall be monitored and adjusted by the Contractor to prevent over or under watering. LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS C. Seed: 1. Seed: All seed shall be furnished from an established seed dealer or certified seed grower; shall meet the requirements of the Florida Department of Agriculture regulations; and shall be labeled in accordance therewith. Seed shall be free of noxious weeds. 2. Seed Planting: At a minimum the contractor shall test the soil to verify conditions are acceptable for turf growth. 2.1. Submit agronomic soil tests for existing soil. Tests shall be performed by an approved agronomic soils testing laboratory and shall include a fertility test with the pH factor and the percentage of organic matter and a suitability analysis. The suitability analysis will include percolation tests and evaluation of soil composition to determine the soil's suitability to sustain healthy turf. Submit written recommendations for soil suitability and all necessary soil amendments, fertilizer and chemical conditioner application rates for soil preparation, and a post maintenance fertilization program. Submit recommendations to bring the soil to a pH rating between 5.5 to 6.5 and to supply necessary nutrients to satisfactory level for planting and sustaining vigorous turf growth. Submit a copy of soil tests with suitability analysis and recommendations to Owner's Representative prior to any planting. 2.2 At a minimum apply 100 lbs/acre of scarified, chemically treated Bahia Seed. Apply by hand, cyclone seeder, drill or hydro -seeding. The final result shall place the seeds %<" - Y2' below the soil. 2.3. At a minimum apply an additional 30 lbs/acre of quick growing rye grass over the entire area. 2.4. Contractor is responsible for utilizing the best application method to prevent erosion of soil during seed growth. 2.5. At a minimum apply mulch (straw, hay, wood, etc.) at a rate of 2.5 tons per acre during seeding. 2.6. At a minimum apply fertilizer during seeding at a rate of 250lbs/acre using a 12-6-8 fertilizer or other ratio recommending by the soil testing. An additive of 4% magnesium is also required and should be verified with soil testing. 2.7. Contractor is responsible for dust control and measure should be taken to minimize movement of dust in addition to seeding and mulching. 3. Watering: At a minimum apply 3/4" to 1" of water each week to the newly seeded areas to help germination until the grass is fully established. The contractor is responsible to monitor rainfall quantities and supplement with watering as necessary. The contractor shall record all watering information and furnish to the Owner's Representative when requested. 3.1. During the maintenance period the contractor shall supplement the rain water amount with hand watering as necessary to maintain an average of Y2' of water weekly. At any time the owner's representative may require an immediate watering of areas they find suffering from a lack of water. The contractor will have 2 days to water these areas. 4. Maintenance: At a minimum the contractor shall be responsible for mowing the new established Bahia grass at four (4) different times throughout the 12 month warranty period. The timing of mowing shall be coordinated and approved by the owner's representative. 4.1. At a minimum the contractor shall implement a fertilization program that will adequately assist the continued health of the turfgrass. This should include a spring, summer, and fall fertilization treatment unless proper soil sample analysis is supplied to the owner's representative that warrants no treatment required. The owner's representative shall make the final decision. 4.2. At the request of the owner's representative, at any given time, any area of the project that has not properly been covered by turfgrass, that is undernourished, underwatered, eroded, or in any other way not acceptable to the owner's representative, the contractor will have seven (7) days to fully correct the problem at the contractor's expense. D. Fertilization, Pre -Emergent and Mulching: 1. Prior to mulching, apply fertilizer specified in Part 2 -Products to tree, palm, shrub, groundcover and sod areas at the rate of 1.5 pounds of actual fertilizer per 100 square feet. Fertilizer application shall be witnessed by Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative. E. Mulching and Pre -Emergent Herbicide: 1. Apply pre -emergent herbicide to tree, palm, shrub, and groundcover areas according to manufacture's recommendations. Pre -emergent application shall be witnessed by Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative. 2. Mulch surfaces of tree, palm, shrub and groundcover areas. Apply 3 inch depth of settled mulch, level with adjacent finish grades, sidewalks, curbs and sod. Mulch over root ball of plants shall be 1 inch maximum. F. Plant Protection: 1. Protect plants from damage due to landscape operations, operations by other contractors and trades, and others. Maintain protection during installation and maintenance periods, as approved by Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative. Treat, repair, or replace damaged plant materials. G. Clean Up: 1. Remove surplus soil and waste material, including excess subsoil, unsuitable soil, trash, and debris, and legally dispose off Owner's property. H. Sprigging: 1. The Contractor shall carefully coordinate the sprigging operation being careful not to sprig an area too large or move so swiftly that a reasonable watering operation could not follow. Carelessness on the part of the Contractor, as mentioned above, shall result in the Contractor being liable for the cost of additional sprigs and the replanting of same. 2. A successful planting shall be defined as the insertion of 12 live sprigs per square foot. 3. An automatic planting machine shall be used, the machine shall insert live sprigs at 1-1/2 to 2 inch centers and roll the surface smooth on one pass. A minimum rate for sports field shall be 400 bushels per acre and sprigs shall be "cut in" mechanically. 4. After planting, sprigs must be watered to avoid drying out. Watering must be maintained until the sprigs tack down, about 14 days, then reduced to kept the sprigs well irrigated until complete coverage is obtained. Insects such as army worms are the biggest insect threat and can completely destroy a stand of immature sprigs overnight, it is the Contractors responsibility to monitor and treat all infestations as may be required. 5. The sprigs must be properly fertilized until completely grown in (about 12 weeks in optimum season - do not attempt to sprig past August 1). Apply 1 Ib of nitrogen/1,000 square feet per week, applied in 2, 1/2 Ib applications for 12 weeks. The nitrogen source shall be 75% water soluble and 25% water insoluble. Test soil and apply lime as needed to meet, then apply a pre -plant "complete" fertilizer, 10-10-10 at least 21b/M which needs to be lightly incorporated into the soil prior to sprigging. 6. Contractor shall be responsible for the planting and grow -in of all sprigged areas. The grow -in responsibilities shall include all mowing, fertilization monitoring, watering and any additional activities required to produce a weed -free dense turf. The grow -in and maintenance period shall be considered complete when a healthy, well -rooted, even -colored, viable lawn has been established, free of weeds, surface irregularities and no bare areas greater than 2-1/2 square inch/10 square feet, with no bare area greater than 1 sq in each. Contractor shall notify the Landscape Architect -Owner's Representative in writing requesting an inspection with 48 hours notice to determine final acceptance of all the sprigged areas. 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ATLANTIC BEACH DATE: MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: SB DRAWN BY: BHK SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS FL. REG DATE: 1548 S H E E T 0 V) a - E 0 c 0 0 2 Q 77 v 0 00 0 N v 3 Z O Q 0 I-- 0 .:n r - C) F Z W U 0 0 Q U Z W W Q C Cl) C) 0 co a TREE PRESERVATION NOTES 1). ALL PRESERVED TREES AND PRESERVED UNDERSTORY VEGETATION SHALL BE PROTECTED WITHIN A CONTINUOUS TREE PROTECTION BARRICADE AT THE EDGE OF THE LIMITS OF CONSTRUCTION. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PRESERVE UNDERSTORY VEGETATION UNDER PRESERVED TREES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ALL WEEDS, DEAD LIMBS, FALLEN BRANCHES AND TRASH IN PRESERVED AREAS. PROTECTED PRESERVED TREES SHALL BE TRIMMED PER ANSI STANDARDS. 2). THE CONTRACTOR PERFORMING THE SITE CLEARING SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY FINES LEVIED AND / OR MITIGATION REQUIRED BY ST. JOHNS COUNTY FOR TREES DESIGNATED FOR PRESERVATION BY THIS PLAN WHICH ARE PURPOSELY OR OTHERWISE DESTROYED DURING THE SITE CLEARING ACTIVITIES. 3). NO CLEARING OPERATIONS SHALL COMMENCE PRIOR TO A SITE VISIT BY CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH OFFICIALS TO EXAMINE THE TREE BARRICADES AROUND PRESERVED TREES AND UNDERSTORY VEGETATION. 4). THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT SHALL BE NOTIFIED IF ANY QUESTIONS ARISE CONCERNING THE REMOVAL OF ANY TRFF.R vnnrvvC �..vrVLTIVICK CSHKKItK FENCE FASTENED TO POSTS & RAIL NOTES: 1) THIS BARRICADE SHALL BE IN PLACE PRIOR TO LAND CLEARING AND CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES. 2) THE PROTECTED TREES TO BE SAVED SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH A PROTECTED TREE BARRICADE FENCE THAT INCLUDES 50% OF DRIP LINE. 3) WHERE EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN ARE BEHIND SILT FENCE, TREE PROTECTION BARRICADE NOT REQUIRED. 4) CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT WORK, STORE MATERIALS, OR DISTURB AREA BEHIND SILT FENCE & TREE PROTECTION BARRICADE. TREE MITIGATION NOTES & DETAILS POINT AT WHICH ROOTS Ljr-r I n Ur r-Ak, W/A I IUN FOR PAVEMENT BASE AND SUB -BASE MATERIAL NOTE ON DISTURBANCE OF TREE ROOT ZONE 8'0.C. MAX EXISTING TREE EXISTING GRADE IF AND WHEN TRENCHING DOES OCCUR WITHIN THE DRIPLINE OF THE TREE THESE STEPS NEED TO BE TAKEN: 1). USE AN IRRIGATION OR ROOT -PRUNING TRENCHER TO CUT THE ROOTS AND IMMEDIATELY FOLLOW UP WITH A HANDSAW TO CLEANLY CUT ANY ROOT OVER 1" IN DIAMETER. 2). NO ROOTS GREATER THAN 2" IN DIAMETER WILL BE CUT. 3). KEEP ALL MACHINERY OUTSIDE OF 50% OF THE DRIPLINE ZONE TO MINIMIZE COMPACTION. 4). SOIL USED TO FILL IN THE TRENCH SHOULD BE LIGHTLY COMPACTED TO ALLOW FOR AIR TO REACH THE ROOT ZONE. 5). A 24" DEEP ROOT BARRIER NEEDS TO BE INSTALLED FOR ANY EXISTING TREE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO A CURB. CITY ATLANTIC BEACH (SEC.23-32.0 Protective barriers and signage required. Protective barriers and signage shall be installed around every tree or group of trees to be preserved prior to commencement of construction, in compliance with the guidelines in the Tree Protection Guide for Builders and Developers, published by the Florida Division of Forestry and/or any other reasonable requirements deemed appropriate by the administrator to implement this part. (1) Temporary protective barriers shall be placed at least six (6) feet from the base of any tree, and shall encompass at least fifty (50) percent of the area under the dripline of any tree or trees to be preserved or retained for mitigation credit, unless otherwise approved by the administrator. (2) Temporary protective barriers shall be at least three (3) feet high, and shall consist of either a wood fence with two-by-four posts placed a maximum of eight (8) feet apart with a two-by-four minimum top rail, or a mesh fence, or other similar barrier which will limit access to the protected area, unless otherwise approved by the administrator. (3) Waterproof, rigid sign(s) shall be affixed to each individual barricade, such that there is one (1) sign every fifteen (15) feet along the length of the barricade. The signs shall contain the following words, and will be made available by the city at the time of permit issuance: --116" LAUREL OAK Cn (#2,3)50" LIVEOAK j • '1( 12" PALM _1 TOTAL 213 0 MITIGATION TABLE (RIGHT-OF-WAY) TREE# MITIGATION TABLE TREE# TREE SPECIES INCHES TO REMAIN INCHES TO BE REMOVE 1 LAUREL OAK 16 2 PALM 12 3 PALM 16 4 PALM 14 5 PINE 16 6 LIVE OAK 18 7 LAUREL OAK 12 8 PALM 13 9 PALM 16 10 LIVE OAK 30 23 LIVE OAK 50 TOTAL 213 0 MITIGATION TABLE (RIGHT-OF-WAY) TREE# TREE SPECIES INCHES TO REMAIN INCHES TO BE REMOVE 15 PALM g 16 LIVE OAK 27 19 PALM 12 20 TREE (PALM) 12 TOTAL 27 33 NOTE: NO ADDITIONAL TREES WERE PLANTED WITHIN THE R/W. TREE FUND RATE IS $123.00 PER INCH. MITIGATION IS 1 INCH PRESERVED OR PLANTED FOR EVERY 1 INCH REMOVED FOR TREE REMOVAL. i ............................ FIGURE 1. TREE PROTECTION ZONE SIGNAGE TREE PROTECTION ZONE (TPZ) No grade change, storage of materials, vehicles or equipment is permitted within this TPZ. This tree protection barrier must not be removed without the written authorization of the City of Atlantic Beach. For information, call (904) 247-5800. (D) Adjacent properties. The property owner(s) or their agent(s) shall ensure protective barricading of all trees located on adjacent properties, that have root or branch systems that encroach upon the subject property, and that may potentially be impacted by development activities. (Ord. No. 95-10-101, § 2(Exh. A), 2-22-10) 0 16" PALM LEGEND GRAPHIC SYMBOLS O EXISTING TREES TO BE REMOVED • EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN L 7#75% 16- PINLLI 1 1 _ 1 (#8) 7,3 PALMW (#6)98-bVE OAK i (#9) 16` PALM I • I _I -I 410,30" LIVE OAK TREE REMOVAL PERMIT #16-DRTV-217 ADDITIONAL TREES TO BE REMOVED (WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY) ADDITIONAL TREES TO BE REMOVED LIVE OAK TO REMAIN - (PREVIOUSLY INCLUDED IN THE ORIGINAL TREE REMOVAL PERMIT - WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY) 1 1 1 -- (#11) 20'77LA41 :.., REMOVED LEGACY (NON -OAK) S PALMS OTHERS 11.. Y �L_I V I PROTECTED TREES REMOVED (prev. buildable area) 25 112 14 197 77 l W 0 N 113 90 250 PROTECTED TREES REMOVED (additional) 0 0 0 60 0 LL to i I— 263 68.0 18.5 co 83.5 367.5 Q J m 0� (#12) 20 P M L' y U a o CO VJ U5 W l f (#18) 15" PAL 13 PALM 17) 9" PALM PALM(#19) (#76) 27' LIVE OAK ADDITIONAL TREES TO BE REMOVED (WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY) I AH E RN STREET (FORMERLY ATLANTA STREET) 40' PUBLIC ROW MITIGATION SUMMARY: TREE REMOVAL PERMIT #16-DRTV-217 REMOVED LEGACY (NON -OAK) LEGACY (OAK) 20" OR GREATER OAKS PALMS OTHERS TOTAL PROTECTED TREES REMOVED (prev. buildable area) 25 112 14 197 77 425 PROTECTED TREES REMOVED (prev. removed 6/3/17) 0 24 23 113 90 250 PROTECTED TREES REMOVED (additional) 0 0 0 60 0 60 MITIGATION NEEDED12.5 263 68.0 18.5 185.0 83.5 367.5 NOTE: TREE FUND RATE IS $123.00 PER INCH. MITIGATION IS 1 INCH PRESERVED OR PLANTED FOR EVERY 2 INCH REMOVED FOR TREE REMOVAL. 25% OF LEGACY TREES MUST BE REPLACED WITH LEGACY TREE SPECIES. MITIGATION SUMMARY: PRESERVED AND PLANTED PRESERVED AND PLANTED LEGACY (NON -OAK) LEGACY (OAK) 20" OR GREATER OAKS PALMS OTHERS TOTAL CREDIT FOR TREES PRESERVED 0 80 46 71 16 213 CREDIT FOR TREES PLANTED 0 15 0 192 44 252 MITIGATION CREDIT 0 96 461 263 60 465 NOTE: PLANTED LEGACY TREE SPECIES RECEIVE DOUBLE CREDIT WHEN REPLACING NON -LEGACY TREES. THE LEGACY TREE LIST INCLUDES BALD CYPRESS, SOUTHERN AND EASTERN RED CEDARS, WINGED AND FLORIDA ELMS, LIVE AND SAND LIVE OAKS, HICKORY, PECAN, PIGNUT HICKORY, LOBLOLLY BAY, SOUTHERN AND SWEETBAY MAGNOLIAS, RED AND FLORIDA MAPLES, AND TUPELO. MITIGATION SUMMARY (RIGHT-OF-WAY) LEGACY REMOVED (NON -OAK) LEGACY (OAK) 20" OR GREATER OAKS PALMS OTHERS TOTAL PROTECTED TREES REMOVED 0 0 0 33 0 33 PAYMENT NEEDED$0.00 1 $0.00 $0.00 $4,059.00 $0.00 $4,059.00 PALM I CALCULATION AND SUMMARY LEGACY TREE RATIO REQUIRED (25%) PLANTED E(8 0.5)= 20.13 = 24 (PLANTED) ) PROPOSED TREES TO BE PLANTED SEE LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR SPECIFICATIONS TREE TYPE QUANTITY INCHES LT4 - CRAPE MYRTLE (4") 44 QV4 - LIVE OAK (4") 6 24 SP1 - SABAL PALM (12") 16 192 3 1/12/2018 TOTALS 33 260 MITIGATION PAYMENT TO TREE FUND REQUIRED TREE INCHES TO PAY INTO FUND @ $123/INCH = 0" ($0.00) RIGHT-OF-WAY: REQUIRED TREE INCHES TO PAY INTO FUND @ $123/INCH = 33" ($4,059.00) 13901 Sutton Park Drive South, Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32224-0229 Office 904.739.3655 Fax 904.730.3413 www.prosserinc.com Florida Certificate of Authorization Number: 00004050 AHERN TOWN HOMES @ ATLANTIC BEACH DATE : MAY, 2017 PROJECT NO.: 116073.01 DESIGNED BY: SB DRAWN BY: BHK SCALE: SEE PLAN No. Date Revision 1 5/3/2017 1st SUBMITTAL 2 7/5/2017 2nd SUBMITTAL 3 1/12/2018 3rd SUBMITTAL 4 4/25/2018 4th SUBMITTAL 5 6/1/2018 PERMIT & CONSTRUCTION SET THIS DRAWING NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SO NOTED ABOVE SHEET TITLE MITIGATION PLAN � CA I., - M -1 N1' ` y FL. "N($J,l(p1i DATE: SHEET EASEMENT ACCESS GRANTED TO ADJACENT PROPERTY FROM PREVIOUS PLAT. NORTH N 81'-11 1/2" E -44'-10" (PREVIOUS PROPERTY LINES) I I I I GRASS -(PERMEABLE SURFACE.) I I ---- ,i / ti / 1; CONC. AC Pi / / t_ tl I _ ;�i� I j�-1---------------- ,(OFFSTREETi PARKING) (OFFSTREE-ri �i PARKING) I I / ASHPALT DRIVE I 1/ 4----- �I--------- II -1 ; (OFFSTREETI cE_n �z J i PARKING) i/ wwd 1 L1 ---------------J jf � I ' U) F_ L --------- (OFFSTREET 1 oM /, ; PARKING) -----J SSB ASHPALT DRIVE OFFSTREET� PARKING) ' 1 II I II � / Z (OFFSTREET� % PARKING) W II 0 26'-0t. L- - - - -- ry -- ------ ---- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -_ _-4-' ,;NEW CONS AHERN TOWNHOUSES 331 & 329 AIAHERN ST. ATLANTIC,BEACH FL 32A'223 (PREVIOUS PROPERTY LINES) - 4'-0" PRIVACY FENCE " 2 0 DEEP SWALE. /;1,630 SF. GRASS Tri/ „n r 1 � - r i k r. r - -- - - 'I( III} II} - r_I 1 ' y / t ! F ! ,i COURTYARD ONC. AC PAD 26'-0" I � I I � I I I I I M ' = m I E0 U I I 1 (3) 90 DEGREE ANGLED PARKING SPACES. I I E -44'-10" I "0 I I I I I NOTES 1. THIS IS A TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY WITH TREE LOCATION. 2. BOUNDARY DATA AS PER SURVEY BY BOATWRIGHT LAND SURVEYORS, INC., NUMBER 2011-0165 DATED OCTOBER 16, 2008. 3. NO BUILDING RESTRICTION LINES PER PLAT. 4. BENCH MARK = FOUND MAGNAIL AND DISK IN NORTH EDGE OF PAVEMENT IN FRONT OF RESIDENCE NUMBER 328 SECOND STREET, ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA. ELEVATION = 9.72 N.G.V.D. 1929 THE PROPERTY SHOWN HEREON APPEARS TO LIE IN FLOOD ZONE "X" (AREA OUTSIDE THE 0.2% ANNUAL CHANCE FLOODPLAIN) AS WELL AS CAN BE DETERMINED FROM THE FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP NUMBER 12031C0409H, REVISED JUNE 3, 2013 FOR DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA, PARTIAL SITE PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0" 1 I �- - i 1 --1- =_ PALM TREE SPECIES - I 4__ 1 t. { S TBD. + r t } -' --� -+ - _ �- - - 1 - - 1_ _T } a-- -�- _} TURF BLOCK = PERMEABLE - -- - �- SURFACE, TYP. - T_., 3,145 SF µ r- / NEW PAVER WALKWAY NEW PALM jBREEZEWAY/ (PREVIOUS PROPERTY LINES) I I I I I 1 C ------------ ------------ 4 I l L y� t I I 1: a r I I a CONC. AC P AD ' EW CONSTRUC CONC. AC PAD GRASS - (PERMEABLE SURFACE.) I I I I I I I I j� I �I I ' � I I I I ' I Z I 0� W I = LLJ I Q I I I O Cn i /6-U_ ' I o a_ � I I W F_ I I I I I I I 1 I / I I I / I 1 / I I I I ' I� ASHPALT DRIVE I � j I I I I I (OFFSTREET PARKING) I 1 I I I I ----------r------------ I I GRASS - (PERMEABLE SURFACE.) 1 I TWO WAY DRIVEWAY I I I ° PROPERTY 000 0° °�° °Q° LINE °° °°° ° ° °° °°° ° °° °°O SIDEWALK °° °°° I I 1 I I I SITE TO BE CANTED TOWARD AHERN. 1 I GENERAL NOTE: THIS PROJECT CONSISTS OF 12 TOWNHOUSES ACROSSS" THE ENTIRE SITE. THE ARCHITECTURAL CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS DEPICTED IN THIS SET REPRESENT ONE GROUP OF BUILDINGS. THE OTHER BUILDINGS ARE EXACT DUPLICATES OF THIS SET. NOTE: SITE TO SLOPE/ DRAIN AWAY FROM BUILDING AT MIN 1/2":12" FOR A MIN. DISTANCE OF 6'-0" FROM EACH BUILDING'S FOOTPRINT. Jacksonville i :'tip G r r tr;l 1 c� _S: ntr t�dra Bellair M aanworc-k I rare LOCATION MAP 1 y Fa o y� Sturdivant St N 4r,4t`1 a Atlantic Beach School 2nd St s ro st Std � 1 I I 1 I Aher(I I De" ,ive.:, Allan is 5\v0 W 0. n c� o' 5t prangeS't D ChettY St u LOCATION MA P2 STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS: S0.0 DESIGN CRITERIA AND GENERAL NOTES S0.1 GENERAL NOTES S1.0 FOUNDATION PLAN S1.1 FIRST LEVEL WALL FRAMING P LAN S1.11 SECOND FLOOR TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN S1.2 SECOND LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN S1 .21 THIRD FLOOR TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN S1 .3 THIRD LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN S1 .31 ROOF TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN S1 .32 TOWER WALL FRAMING AND ROOF TRUSS M 101 PLACEMENT PLANS S2.0 WALL SECTIONS AND DETAI LS S2.1 WALL SECTIONS AND DETAI LS S2.2 STAT RWELL ELEVATIONS S3.0 MASONRY SECTIONS AND DETAILS S4.0 STEEL FRAMING SECTIONS AND DETAILS SS.0 FOUNDATION AND FRAMING DETAILS S6.0 WOOD FRAMING SECTIONS AND DETAILS S7.0 ROOF FRAMING SECTIONS AND DETAILS S8.0 WOOD FRAME WALL STRAPPING DETAI LS MEP DRAWINGS: E 001 LEGEND, ABBREV. & INDEX - ELECTRICAL E 002 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS E 100 ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN E 101 1 ST FLOOR PLAN - ELECTRICAL E 102 2ND FLOOR PLAN - ELECTRICAL E 103 3RD FLOOR PLAN - ELECTRICAL E 104 STARTING VIEW E 201 POWER RISER DIAGRAM AND SCHEDULES M 001 LEGEND, ABBREV. & INDEX - MECHANICAL M 002 SCHEDULES - MECHANICAL M 101 FIRST FLOOR PLAN - MECHANICAL M 102 SECOND FLOOR PLAN - MECHANICAL M 103 THIRD FLOOR PLAN - MECHANICAL M 201 MECHANICAL DETAILS M 301 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS P 001 LEGEND, ABBREV. & INDEX - PLUMBING P 002 PLUMBING SITE PLAN P 100 UNDERSLAB- GRAVITY & PRESSURE-PLUMBIN P 101 FIRST FLOOR - GRAVITY - PLUMBING P 102 FIRST FLOOR - PRESSURE - PLUMBING P 103 SECOND FLOOR - GRAVITY - PLUMBING P 104 SECOND FLOOR - PRESSURE - PLUMBING P 105 THIRD FLOOR -GRAY. & PRESSURE -PLUMBING P 201 GRAVITY - RISER - PLUMBING P 202 PRESSURE - RISER - PLUMBING P 301 DETAILS- PLUMBING MARK MACC( ARCHITECT: INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE ISSUED FOR PERMIT JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 AND CONSTRUCTION E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904.249 -ARCH (2724) W/ REVISIONS: www.MaccoArchitects.com 05/31/2018 IMPORTANT: *ALL BEDROOMS IN THIS POJECT MEET OR EXCEED THE EMERGENCY ESCAPE AND FIRE RESCUE REQUIREMENTS BY HAVING AT LEAST ONE WINDOW OPENING PER ROOM OF 5.7 SQUARE FEET AND MEET THE SILL REQUIREMENTS OF LESS THAN 44" ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR. REFER TO WINDOW TAGS AND CORRESPONDING ROUGH OPENING IN WINDOW SCHEDULE. *NO UNDERGROUND OR OVERHEAD UTILITIES IN VICINITY OF PROPOSED WORK. *A FOUNDATION SURVEY SHALL BE PERFORMED AND A COPY OF THE SURVEY SHALL BE ON THE SITE FOR THE BUILDING INSPECTORS PRIOR TO FRAMING INSPECTION OR, ALL PROPERTY MARKERS SHALL BE EXPOSED SE AND A STRING STRETCHED FROM MARKER TO MARKER TO VERIFY REQUIRED SETBACKS. NO UNDERGROUND OR OVERHEAD UTILITIES IN VICINITY OF PROPOSED WORK. TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION: * TYPE R OCCUPANCY CLASS: GROUP R-2 MULTI FAMILY/ TOWNHOUSE(S) NOW SPRINKLERED TOWNHOUSE (3) LEVELS • 2017 FLORIDA BUILDING CODE - ACCESSABILITY • 2017 FLORIDA BUILDING CODE - BUILDING • 2017 FLORIDA BUILDING CODE - RESIDENTIAL • 2017 FLORIDA FIRE PREVENTION CODE - 6TH EDITION (NFPA 1 & NFPA 101) BUILDING CALCULATIONS: LOT TOTAL: 39,000 SF TYPICAL UNIT (1) FIRST FL. AC SPACE: 237 SF FIRST FL. NON AC (GARAGE) 615 SF 2ND. FL. AC SPACE: 982 SF 3RD, FL. AC SPACE: 683 SF 3RD. FL. NON AC (DECK SPACE) 350 SF TOTAL AC SPACE TYPICAL UNIT 1: 1,902 SF TYPICAL UNIT (2) FIRST FL. AC SPACE: 266 SF FIRST FL. NON AC (GARAGE) 596 SF 2ND. FL. AC SPACE: 946 SF 3RD. FL, AC SPACE: 719 SF 3RD. FL. NON AC (DECK SPACE) 246 SF TOTAL AC SPACE TYPICAL UNIT 2:1,931 SF BUILDING SITE FOOT PRINT: 10,704 SF TOTAL SITE BUIDLING COVERAGE: 27 % PERMEABLE COURTYARD AREA: 6,290 SF NON PERMEABLE DRIVE SURFACE: 10,878 SF TOTAL NON PERMEABLE AREA: 21,582 SF TOTAL LOT PERCENT COVERAGE: 55% �EI�SINGQO �IPQCI�NSTRU TION): ONLY 2 OF 4 LOTS WERE DEVELOPED AT TIME OF ACQUISITION. INPERMIABLE: 7371 SF TOTAL LOT COVERAGE: 19% ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS: SHEET LIST SHEET NUMBER SHEET NAME A 100 TITLE SHEET A 101 SITE PLAN A 102 GENERAL NOTES A 103 GENERAL NOTES A 104 FLASHING DETAILS A 200 FIRST FLOOR PLAN A 201 2ND FLOOR PLAN A 202 3RD FLOOR PLAN A 203 ROOF PLAN A 204 SCHEDULES A 300 ELEVATIONS A 301 ELEVATIONS A 302 ELEVATIONS A 400 SECTIONS A 401 SECTIONS A 402 SECTIONS A 403 SECTIONS A 500 SECTION DETAILS A 501 SECTION DETAILS A 502 PARTY WALL SPECS. A 503 AIR BARTER & STUCCO A 504 AIR BARIER AND STUCCO A 600 3D IMAGERY A 700 FIRST FLOOR RCP A 701 2ND FLOOR RCP A 702 3RD FLOOR RCP i otar ztj �F P)0� Co MARK W. MA �7 rn AR9600 / I/ p 11 1 q/ MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 1 REVISION 1 11/27/20 17 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 JUN 5 2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE TITLE SHEET Project Number ##F Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By M W M 2 Scale As indicated GENERAL NOTE: THIS PROJECT CONSISTS OF 12 TOWNHOMES ACROSS THE ENTIRE SITE. THE ARCHITECTURAL CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS DEPICTED IN THIS SET REPRESENT ONE GROUP OF BUILDINGS. THE OTHER BUILDINGS ARE EXACT DUPLICATES OF THIS SET. (PREVIOUS PROPERTY LINES) —'� I N 8 44''- 1/2" 4'-0" PRIVACY FENCE. EXTEND TO E -44'-10" PROPERTY LINEi� I I --------- — 1 16 UF�E LA PA LK' X AK 11 , I X 4 12" PAL14; X 12" PA�11s y�------------ i I I _ i; 26'-0" I I SSBI I I I X (7) 14"I MAGNOLIA, X (8) 1 MAPL SILT FENCE 2 1' GARAGE 9' 9-1/4 // I I ' �(9.77 FT):',',,,// EASEMENT ACCESS F- 1 GRANTED TO ADJACENT I z F_ z PROPERTY FROM U)w w Q I / I , PREVIOUS P - z LAT. - z I , I N EXISTING NEIGHBORING _Jw o I DRIVEWAY. I w�- i- - " ;NEW CONSTRUCTION;= o WC) LL I ASHPALT DRIVE LU z I / UNT 1 >- I SSBOf UJ 26-01f p SSB NOTE: SITE TO SLOPE/ DRAIN AWAY FROM BUILDING AT MIN 1/2":12" FOR A MIN. DISTP,mE OF 6-0" FROM EACH BUILDING'S FOOTPRINT. I I i I I — (PREVIOUS PROPERTY LINES) `I I A2--- 4'-0" PRIVACY FENCE 3 M-77 � / 2 -0 DEEP SWALE. SF. GRASSj��j, PERMEABLE GRAVEL I i I I I (PREVIOUS PROPERTY LINES) -� (PREVIOUS PROPERTY LINES) I - SILT FENCE GRASS -(PERMEABLE SURFACE.) --T ---------------- I------ ----- ---- / i% I ; 39 I'd � 38� 16 E X( 7Y9 LIVE J �n I (PREVIOUS PROPERTY LINES) X (41) 16 PINE X (42) 18" LIVE 014 K r/ ; o m o 2'-0" DEEP SWALE. TT/ , N/ 915 SF. GRASS �; ���/ " ft %i 0 I X (45) 16" PALM X (4117) 30" LIVE I i I I I - (PREVIOUS PROPERTY LINES) _ 4'-0" PRIVACY FENCE. EXTEND TO N 81'-11 1/2" PROPERTY LINE I E 255'-2" -- -���- \I------ X40) ALM GRASS- %, I (PERMEABLE I SURFACE.) / 11 5,-�.' 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(TREET IOFFS PALM TREE cn �, %� I PARKING) X (3 SPECIES TBD. ;-t----------� a ) 16' PALL% / ---------- I EW CONSTRUCTION I ' / I I ;/ / / I (OFFSTREET PARKING) I I I I �, 1st FLOOR, ,1st FLOOR GARAGE --------J (51) M ASHPALT DRIVE i / 'GARAGE- L- / 10' 3-3/8" ; 10 9 3/8 1 PALM 11 2 1 /16 ,10 �9 - - X I !,,' (10.78 361-01f (10.28 FT );/i; !� i X 28 "1"5"PALI (2 25 ELM ; w I (,) _ ----------- F_ 0"FSB -----------------------I-- / - I ,' I I (OFFSTREET I OFFSTRE T / / / -__ _ -r__. / / UNIT 4B I OFFSTREET i— / / TURF BLOCK = / , ,,/ cn „_ -� i �' / PARKING) I PARKING) �/ �' I PARKING) --� Q PERMEABLE ------ O X 17 0 LIVE OAK r, X (54) 12 ELM / I ; v ( ) SURFACE TYP. / 18 � I ; � �/ I ;, �-+---------.(RIGHT OF WAY) �- 3,145 SF - I � / I (55) 14 PALM; I I I a I (OFFSTREET w I PARKING , �1'; '�'. ,j j /// //"'BREEZEWAYS ----------- oo°o X (18) 28�! LIVE OAK; ,!:E/� / / / � I 26 X ,17 } — ------- -------- -- —�,=f T- IL NEW PAVER GRASS- CONC. AC PAD 1 I WALKWAY (PERMEABLE 1 I I D C� GRASS - (12) 0" LIVE OAK I NEW PALM SURFACE.) (PERMEABLE I GRASS- IF ----------h 22'-0" 1 1 F_ - 10 CONSTRUCTION I- DUMPSTER I II �- I T — — E -44'-10" (RIGHT OF WAY PER PLAT) EDGE OF PAVEMENT - ELEVATION- 9.25' BLDG. 1ST FLOOR ELEV. OF ADJACENT BLDG. IS 10.77' 1 SITE PLAN NORTH I I I AHERN ST. EXISTING ACCESS TO ADJACENT PROPERTY I 1 (19) 10 LIVEI OAK (PERMEABLE I SURFACE.) X co m SURFACE.) I NW X ( 0) 16" PAL "PALM 1 " P X (21) 13" ALM PROPEI TY 0 o/ TOILETS LINE I 201-011/ 00 000 ° 00 ° I / ° °O °00 o ° °00 SIDEWALK --- I ; I I / � I I � I EDGE OF PAVEMENT _ , ��, A ELEVATION- 9.33' BLDG. 1ST FLOOR ELEV. OF ADJACENT BLDG. IS I I 10.83' ' I TURN RADIUS ACCESS ROAD. ►ee X (213) 12" PA I 12" PALM NEW PALM I ' EDGE OF PAVEMENT ELEVATION- 9.5' BLDG. 1ST FLOOR ELEV. OF ADJACENT BLDG. IS 11.28' X CONC. AC PAD X (58) 15" PALM NEW PAVER X (57 18" MAPLE 20'-0" WALKWAY m FSB I I X �(1112" PAL r— — — — — X0)__9" iPALM X (6 9 PA I M o I j CONSTRUCTION b l GRASS - PALM 1 " PALM 1 1 DUMPSTER � (PERMEABLE j- - - - - � I I PROPERTY LINE SURFACE.) _ - - - - - - - - (62)27" LI OAK - (63)9" PALM I x I SIDEWALK -- I SIDEWALK --�� I AHERN ST. 3 N -48'-0 1/2" E 255'-2" EDGE OF PAVEMENT ELEVATION -10.1' BLDG. 1 ST FLOOR ELEV. OF ADJACENT BLDG. IS 11.67' MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com .<<G I FZ0 Co MARK W. MACC07 AR96004 RFD P� No. Description Date 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 4 Revision 4 5/31/201 8 IWAffift form MA _ MEN PIN WT 3=67T, i LIVE OAK OUR!= 199 1 in MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com .<<G I FZ0 Co MARK W. MACC07 AR96004 RFD P� No. Description Date 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 4 Revision 4 5/31/201 8 AHERN TOWN HOUSE SITE PLAN Project Number Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By M W M 2 A 1 Scale 1" = 10'-0" SITE PREPERATION A. SECTION REQUIREMENTS: 1. UNAUTHORIZED EXCAVATION CONSISTS OF REMOVING MATERIALS BEYOND INDICATED SUB GRADE ELEVATIONS OR DIMENSIONS WITHOUT DIRECTION BY ARCHITECT. UNAUTHORIZED EXCAVATION AND REMEDIAL WORK SHALL BE AT CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE. 2. DO NOT INTERRUPT EXISTING UTILITIES SERVING FACILITIES OCCUPIED BY OWNER. PROVIDE ALL TEMPORARY UTILITY SERVICES WITHIN CONTRACT. B. MATERIALS: 1. SATISFACTORY SOIL; ASTM D 2487 SOIL CLASSIFICATION GROUPS GW, GP, GM, SW, SP, AND SM. FREE OF ROCK OR GRAVEL. LARGER THAN 2" (50MM) IN ANY DIMENSION, DEBRIS, WASTE, FROZEN MATERIALS, VEGETATION, OR OTHER DELETERIOUS MATTER. 2. UNSATISFACTORY SOIL; ASTM D 2487 SOIL CLASSIFICATION GROUPS GC, SC, ML,MH, CL, CH, OL, OH, AND PT. 3. BACKFILL AND FILL; SATISFACTORY SOIL MATERIALS. 4. SUBBASE: NATURALLY OR ARTIFICIALLY GRADED MIXTURE OF NATURAL OR CRUSHED GRAVEL, CRUSHED STONE, AND NATURAL OR CRUSHED SAND, ASTM D 2940, WITH AT LEAST 95 PERCENT PASSING A 1-1/2" (38MM) SIEVE. 5. BEDDING: SUBBASE MATERIALS WITH 100 PERCENT PASSING A 1" (25MM) SIEVE AND NOT MORE THAN 8 PERCENT PASSING A NO. 200 (0.075MM) SIEVE. 6. DRAINAGE FILL; WASHED, EVENLY GRADED MIXTURE OF CRUSHED STONE OR CRUSHED OR UNCRUSHED GRAVEL, ASTM D 448, SIZE 57, WITH 100 PERCENT PASSING. A 1-1/2" (38MM) SIEVE AND NOT MORE THAN 5 PERCENT PASSING A NO. 8 (2.36MM) SIEVE. C. EARTHWORK: 1. PROTECT SUB GRADES AND FOUNDATION SOILS FROM SOFTENING AND DAMAGE BY WATER, FREEZING TEMPERATURES, OR FROST. 2. EXCAVATE TO SUB GRADE ELEVATIONS REGARDLESS OF CHARACTER OF MATERIALS AND OBSTRUCTIONS ENCOUNTERED. 3. EXCAVATE FOR STRUCTURES, BUILDING SLABS, PAVEMENTS AND WALKWAYS. TRIM SUB GRADES TO REQUIRE LINES AND GRADES. 4. UTILITY TRENCHES: EXCAVATE TRENCHES TO INDICATED SLOPES, LINES, DEPTHS, AND INVERT ELEVATIONS. MAINTAIN 12" (300MM) OF WORKING CLEARANCE ON EACH SIDE OF PIPE OR CONDUIT. I. PLACE, COMPACT, AND SHAPE BEDDING COURSE TO PROVIDE CONTINUOUS SUPPORT FOR PIPES AND CONDUITS OVER ROCK AND OTHER UNYIELDING BEARING SURFACES AND TO FILL UNAUTHORIZED EXCAVATIONS. II. PLACE AND COMPACT INITIAL BACK FILL OF SATISFACTORY SOILED MATERIAL OR SUBBASE MATERIAL, FREE OF PARTICLES LARGER THAN V (25MM) TO A HEIGHT OF 12" (300MM) OVER THE UTILITY PIPE OR CONDUIT. PLACE AND COMPACT FINAL BACK FILL OF SATISFACTORY SOIL MATERIAL TO FINAL SUBGRADE. 5. PLOW STRIP OR BREAK UP SLOPED SURFACES STEEPER THAN ONE VERTICAL TO FOUR HORIZONTAL TO RECEIVE FILL. 6. WHEN SUBGRADE OR EXISTING GROUND SURFACE TO RECEIVE FILL HAS A DENSITY LESS THAN THAT REQUIRED FOR FILL, BREAK UP GROUND SURFACE, PULVERIZE, MOISTURE - CONDITION OR AERATE SOIL, AND RE -COMPACT. 7. PLACE BACK FILL AND FILL IN LAYERS NOT MORE THAN 8" (200MM) IN LOOSE DEPTH AT OPTIMUM MOISTURE CONTENT. COMPACT EACH LAYER UNDER STRUCTURES, BUILDING SLABS, PAVEMENTS AND WALKWAYS TO 95 PERCENT OF MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY ACCORDING TO ASTM D1557; ELSEWHERE TO 90 PERCENT 8. GRADE AREAS TO A SMOOTH SURFACE TO CROSS-SECTION, LINES, AND ELEVATIONS INDICATED. GRADE LAWNS, WALKWAYS, AND UNPAVED SUB GRADES TO TOLERANCES OF PLUS OR MINUS 1-1/4" (32MM) AND PAVEMENTS AND AREAS WITHIN BUILDING LINES TO PLUS OR MINUS 1/2" (13MM). 9. UNDER PAVEMENTS AND WALKWAYS, PLACE SUB BASE COURSE MATERIAL ON PREPARED SUB GRADES AND COMPACT AT OPTIMUM MOISTURE CONTENT TO REQUIRED GRADES, LINES, CROSS-SECTION AND THICKNESSES. 10. UNDER SLABS -ON -GRADE, PLACE DRAINAGE FILL ON PREPARED SUB GRADE AND COMPACT TO REQUIRE CROSS- SECTION AND THICKNESS. 11. ALLOW TESTING AGENCY TO INSPECT AND TEST EACH SUB GRADE AND EACH FILL OR BACK FILL LAYER AND VERIFY COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS. 12. REMOVE SURPLUS SATISFACTORY SOIL AND WASTE MATERIAL, INCLUDING UNSATISFACTORY SOIL, TRASH AND DEBRIS, AND LEGALLY DISPOSE OF IT OFF OWNER'S PROPERTY. TERMITE CONTROL A. TERMICIDES: 1. PROVIDE A WORKING SOLUTION IN CONCENTRATIONS RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER. B. INSTALLATION: 1. PREPARE SURFACES AND APPLY TREATMENT AT RATES AND CONCENTRATIONS RECOMMENDED IN MANUFACTURE'S WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS. 2. APPLY TERMITE CONTROL TO ALL AREAS OF NEW CONSTRUCTION. 3. POST SIGNS IN AREAS OF APPLICATION WARNING WORKERS THAT SOIL TERMITICIDE TREATMENT HAS BEEN APPLIED. REMOVE SIGNS WHEN AREAS ARE COVERED BY OTHER CONSTRUCTION. 4. REAPPLY SOIL TERMITICIDE TREATMENT SOLUTION TO AREAS DISTURBED BY SUBSEQUENT EXCAVATION OR OTHER CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES FOLLOWING APPLICATION. 5. MASSEY TO PROVIDE TERMITE TREATMENT. CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE A. SECTION REQUIREMENTS: 1. SUBMIT PRODUCT DATA. 2. COMPLY WITH ASTM C-94, ACI -301, "SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE FOR BUILDINGS"; ACI -318, "BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE"; AND CRSI'S "MANUAL OF STANDARD PRACTICE". 3. ENGAGE A QUALIFIED INDEPENDENT TESTING AGENCY TO TEST CONCRETE MIXES. B. MATERIALS: 1. DEFORMED REINFORCING BARS; ASTM A-615, GRADE 60 (ASTM A -615M, GRADE 420). 2. WELDED STEEL WIRE FABRIC; ASTM A-185, FLAT SHEETS, NOT ROLLS. 6X6, #10/#10. 3. PORTLAND CEMENT; ASTM C-150, TYPE 1. 4. FLY ASH; ASTM C-618, TYPE F. MAX. 20% OF TOTAL CEMENT & FLY ASH. 5. AGGREGATE; ASTM C-33, CLASS 4S. 6. FIBER REINFORCEMENT; ASTM C-1116, TYPE III, ENGINEERED POLYPROPYLENE FIBERS, 7. AIR -ENTRAINING ADMIXTURE; ASTM C-260. 8. CHEMICAL ADMIXTURE; ASTM C-494. 9, WATER STOPS; FLAT DUMBBELL OR CENTER BULB TYPE, OF EITHER RUBBER (CRD C-513) OR PVC (CRD C-572). 10. VAPOR RETARDER; CLEAR 6-MIL-(0.2MM) THICK POLYETHYLENE. 11. LIQUID MEMBRANE -FORMING CURING COMPOUND; ASTM C-309, CLEAR, TYPE 1, CLASS B WATERBORNE. 12. NONSLIP AGGREGATE; FACTORY PRODUCED, RUSTPROOF, NON GLAZING, FUSED ALUMINUM OXIDE GRANULES OR CRUSHED EMERY, UNAFFECTED BY FREEZING MOISTURE, AND CLEANING MATERIALS. 13. DRY SHAKE COLOR HARDENER; PACKAGED, DRY COMBINATION OF MATERIALS CONSISTING OF PORTLAND CEMENT, GRADED QUARTZ AGGREGATE, NON FADING MINERAL OXIDE COLORING PIGMENTS, AND PLASTICIZING ADMIXTURE COLOR AS FOR AS SELECTED BY ARCHITECT. 14. FOR ALL EXTERIOR WALKS USE DRY SHAKE COLOR HARDENER U.N.O. IN PLACE OF PLAIN CONCRETE. I. COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 2500 PSI (17.3 MPA) AT 28 DAYS. II. SLUMP LIMIT: 4" (100MM) AT POINT OF PLACEMENT. III. WATER CEMENT RATIO: 0.45 MAX AT POINT OF PLACEMENT. IV. AIR CONTENT: 5.5 TO 7.0 PERCENT FOR CONCRETE EXPOSED TO FREEZING AND THAWING, 2 TO 4 PERCENT ELSEWHERE 15. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS. C. CONCRETING: 1. CONSTRUCT FORM WORK AND MAINTAIN TOLERANCES AND SURFACE IRREGULARITIES WITHIN ACI 117 LIMITS OF CLASS "A" FOR CONCRETE EXPOSED TO VIEW AND CLASS "C" FOR OTHER CONCRETE SURFACES. 2. SET WATER STOPS WHERE INDICATED TO ENSURE JOINT WATER TIGHTNESS. 3. PLACE VAPOR RETARDER ON PREPARED SUB GRADE, WITH JOINTS LAPPED 6 INCHES (150MM) AND SEALED. 4. ACCURATELY POSITION, SUPPORT, AND SECURE REINFORCEMENT. 5. INSTALL CONSTRUCTION, ISOLATION, AND CONTROL JOINTS. 6. PLACE CONCRETE IN A CONTINUOUS OPERATION AND CONSOLIDATE USING MECHANICAL VIBRATING EQUIPMENT. 7. PROTECT CONCRETE FROM PHYSICAL DAMAGE OR REDUCED STRENGTH DUE TO WEATHER EXTREMES DURING MIXING, PLACING, AND CURING. 8. FORMED SURFACE FINISH: SMOOTH FORMED FINISH FOR CONCRETE EXPOSED TO VIEW, COATED, OR COVERED BY WATERPROOFING OR OTHER DIRECT APPLIED MATERIAL; ROUGH FORMED FINISH ELSEWHERE. 9. UNFORMED SLAB FINISHES; SCRATCH FINISH FOR SURFACES TO RECEIVE MORTAR SETTING BEDS. FLOAT FINISH SURFACES FOR INTERIOR STEPS, RAMPS AND SURFACES TO RECEIVE WATERPROOFING, ROOFING OR OTHER DIRECT APPLIED MATERIAL. TROWELED FINISH FOR FLOOR SURFACES AND FLOORS TO RECEIVE FLOOR COVERINGS, PAINT, OR OTHER THIN FILM FINISH COATINGS. TROWEL AND FINE BROOM FINISH FOR SURFACES TO RECEIVE THIN SET TILE. NON SLIP BROOM FINISH TO EXTERIOR CONCRETE PLATFORMS, STEPS, AND RAMPS. * CONCRETE FINISH TO BE GROUND AND POLISHED. SIX STEP PROCESS TO 600 GRIT FINISH. 10. UNIFORMLY SPREAD 25 LB/100 SQ. FT. (1.5 KG/SQ. M.) OF DAMPENED NON SLIP AGGREGATE OVER FLOAT FINISHED PAVING SURFACE. TAMP AND EXPOSE NON SLIP AGGREGATE. 11. APPLY DRY SHAKE COLOR HARDENER TO FLOAT FINISHED SURFACE, REPEATING FLOAT FINISHING TO EMBED EACH APPLICATION, APPLY FINAL TROWEL FINISH. 12. CURE FORMED SURFACES BY MOIST CURING UNTIL FORMS ARE REMOVED. 13. BEGIN CURING UNFORMED CONCRETE AFTER FINISHING. KEEP CONCRETE CONTINUOUSLY MOIST FOR AT LEAST SEVEN DAYS. 14. OWNER WILL ENGAGE A TESTING AGENCY TO PERFORM TESTS AND TO SUBMIT TEST REPORTS. 15. PROTECT CONCRETE FROM DAMAGE. REPAIR SURFACE DEFECTS IN CONCRETE. ROUGH CARPENTRY A. SECTION REQUIREMENTS: 1. SUBMIT MODEL CODE EVALUATION REPORTS FOR ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS. PRODUCTS: B. LUMBER, GENERAL: 1. DRESSED LUMBER, S4S, 19% MAXIMUM MOISTURE CONTENT FOR 2" (38MM) THICKNESS OR LESS, MARKED WITH GREADE STAMP OF INSPECTION AGENCY. C. TREATED MATERIALS: 1. PRESERVATIVE TREATED MATERIALS; AWPA C2 LUMBER AND AWPA, C9 PLYWOOD, LABELED BY AN INSPECTION AGENCY APPROVED BY ALSC'S BOARD OF REVIEW. AFTER TREATMENT, KILN DRY LUMBER AND PLYWOOD TO 19 AND 15% MOISTURE CONTENT, RESPECTIVELY, TREAT INDICATED ITEMS AND THE FOLLOWING: I. WOOD MEMBERS IN CONNECTION WITH ROOFING, FLASHING, VAPOR BARRIERS AND WATER PROOFING. II. CONCEALED MEMBERS IN CONTACT WITH MASONRY OR CONCRETE. III. WOOD FRAMING MEMBERS LESS THAN 18 INCHES (460MM) ABOVE GRADE. IV. WOOD FLOOR PLATES INSTALLED OVER CONCRETE SLABS DIRECTLY IN CONTACT WITH EARTH. ROUGH CARPENTRY 2. FIRE RETARDANT TREATED MATERIALS: AWPA C20 LUMBER AND AWPA C27 PLYWOOD, INTERIOR TYPE "A" TREATMENT, LABELED BY A TESTING AND INSPECTING AGENCY ACCEPTABLE TO AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION. D. LUM I3ER: 1. DIMENSION LUMBER: THE FOLLOWING GRADES PER INSPECTION AGENCY INDICATED: I. NON -LOAD BEARING INTERIOR PARTITIONS: STANDARD STUD OR #3 GRADE. MIXED SOUTHERN PINE: SPIB. II. FRAMING OTHER THAN NON LOAD BEARING PARTIIONS: CONSTURCTION OR #2 GRADE: SOUTHERN PINE SPIB. III. EXPOSED FRAMING SELECT STRUCTURAL GRADE, HAND SELECTED: SOUTHERN PINE: SPIB. 3. MICRO LAM BEAMS: LAID UP FROM WOOD STRANDS WITH EXTERIOR TYPE ADHESIVE COMPLYING WITH ASTM D WITH GRAIN OF STRANDS PARALLEL TO THEIR LENGTHS. I. EXTREME FIBER STRESS IN BENDING: 2900 PSI (20 MPa) FOR 12" NOMINAL (286MM ACTUAL) DEPTH MEMBERS. II. MODULUS OF ELASTICITY: 2,000,000 PSI (13,800 MPa). III. FY=285 PSI. 4. PREFABRICATED WOOD/ I -JOISTS: MADE FROM STRESS GRADED LUMBER FLANGES AND WOOD BASED STRUCTURAL USE PANEL WEBS WITH EXTERIOR TYPE ADHESIVE COMPLYING WITH ASTM D 2559. I. STRUCTURAL CAPACITIES: ESTABLISH AND MONITOR STRUCTURAL CAPACITIES ACCORDING TO ASTM D 5055. 5. REFER TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS. E. PANEL PRODUCTS: 1. WOOD BASED STRUCTURAL USE PANELS: DOC PS 2. PROVIDE PLYWOOD COMPLYING WITH DOC PS1, WHERE PLYWOOD IS INDICATED. I. FACTORY MARK PANELS EVIDENCING COMPLIANCE WITH GRADE REQUIREMENTS. II. PANELS WITH SPAN RATINGS REQUIRED BY SUPPORT SPACING INDICATED. III. COMBINATION SUB FLOOR UNDERLAYMENT: APA RATED STURD-I-FLOOR, EXPOSURE 1. IV. SUES FLOORING: APA RATED SHEATHING, EXPOSURE 1. V. WALL SHEATHING: APA RATED STRUCTURAL I SHEATHING, EXPOSURE 1. VI, ROOF SHEATHING: APA RATED STRUCTURAL I SHEATHING, EXTERIOR. VII. PLYWOOD UNDERLAYMENT FOR RESILIENT FLOORING: APA B -C UNDERLAYMENT EXTERIOR PLYWOOD PANELS WITH FULLY SANDED FACE. VIII. PLYWOOD UNDERLAYMENT FOR CERAMIC TILE: APA RATED UNDERLAYMENT GRADE EXTERIOR PLYWOOD, 5/8" (15.9MM) THICK. IX. PLYWOOD UNDERLAYMENT FOR CARPET: APA UNDERLAYMENT EXPOSURE 1 PLYWOOD PANELS WITH F1JLLY SANDED FACE. 3. PARTICLE BOARD UNDERLAYMENT: ANSI A208.1, GRADE PBU. 4. HARD BOARD UNDERLAYMENT: ANSI/AHA A135.4, CLASS 4 SERVICE. S1 WITH BACKSIDE SANDED, 5. FIBER BOARD SHEATHING: ANSI/AHA A194.1, TYPE IV, CLASS 1, \ 1 INCH (13MM) THICK. 6. GYP;>UM SHEATHING BOARD: ASTM C-79, WATER RESISTANT CORE. 7. GLASS FIBER SURFACED GYPSUM SHEATHING BOARD: ASTM C-79, WATER RESISTANT CORE SURFACED ON FACE AND BACK WITH GLASS FIBER MATS AND ALKALI RESISTANT COATING. 8. EXTRUDED CELLULAR POLYSTYRENE SHEATHING: ASTM C-578 TYPE IV WITH T&G SHIP LAP LONG EDGES. 9. POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM SHEATHING: FS HH - 1 -1972/1, CLASS 1 OR 2; WITH ALUMINUM FOIL FACINGS. FOAM PLASTIC CORE AND FACINGS SHALL HAVE FLAME SPREAD OF 25 OR LESS, WHEN TESTED INDIVIDUALLY. F. MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTS: 1. AIR INFILTRATION BARRIER: ASTM D 226, TYPE 1, #15 ASPHALT FELT, UNPERFORATED. 2. FASTENERS: SIZE AND TYPE INDICATED. WHERE ROUGH CARPENTRY IS EXPOSED TO WEATHER, IN GROUND CONTACT, OR IN AREA OF HIGH RELATIVE HUMIDITY. PROVIDE FASTENERS WITH A HOT DIP ZINC COATING PER ASTM A 153 OR OF TYPE 304 STAINLESS STEEL. G. EXECUTION: A. INSTALLATION: 1. FIT ROUGH CARPENTRY TO OTHER CONSTRUCTION; SCRIBE AND COPE FOR ACCURATE FIT. CORRELATE LOCATION OF FURRING, BLOCKING, AND SIMILAR SUPPORTS TO ALLOW ATTACHMENT OF OTHER CONSTRUCTION. 2. SECURELY ATTACH ROUGH CARPENTRY WORK TO SUBSTRATE BY ANCHORING AND FASTENING AS INDICATED, COMPLYING WITH THE FOLLOWING: 3. WOOD BASED STRUCTURAL USE PANEL ROOF SHEATHING SHALL BE RATED FOR EXPOSURE #1. HAVE A MINIMUM NOMINAL THICKNESS OF 19/32" AND SHALL BE CONTINUOUS OVER TWO OR MORE SPANS WITH FACE GRAIN PERPENDICULAR TO SUPPORTS. SPAN RATING PANEL IDENTIFICATION INDEX IS 32/16. MAXIMUM SPAN IF BLOCK OR OTHER EDGE SUPPORTS IS 32". MAXIMUM SPAN WITHOUT EDGE SUPPORT IS 28". PLYWOOD TO BE TYPE CDX. I. 8D RING SHANK NAILS AT 6" TYPICAL. II. AT GABLE ENDS, USE 8D RING SHANK NAILS AT 4" O.C. TYPICAL FOR FIRST THREE TRUSSES. 4. NAILING AT WINDOWS: WIDTH 6'-3" OR SMALLER, USE (2) .097"-X2" LONG NAILS AT 16" O.C. FOUR SIDES. 5. NAILING AT SLIDING GLASS DOORS: USE (2),097"-X2" LONG NAILS AT 16"O.C. TOP AND BOTTOM AND AT FIXED JAMB. MISCELLANEOUS CARPENTRY PRODUCTS: A. LUMBER: 1. INTERIOR PARTITION FRAMING: STANDARD STUD, OR #3 GRADE: MIXED SOUTHERN PINE; SPIB. 2. OTHER FRAMING: CONSTRUCTION OR #2 GRADE: SOUTHERN PINE SPIB. 3. EXPOSED BOARDS: MATCH EXISTING. 4. CONCEALED BOARDS: MIXED SOUTHERN PINE, #2. 5. MISCELLANEOUS LUMBER: #3 OR STANDARD GRADE OF ANY SPECIES FOR NAILERS, BLOCKING AND SIMILAR MEMBERS. B. INTERIOR WOOD TRIM: 1. SOFTWOOD TRIM: EASTERN WHITE, IDAHO WHITE, LODGE POLE, PONDEROSA, OR SUGAR PINE; GRADE B & BETTER, SELECT OR SUPREME. 2. WOOD MOLDING PATTERNS: STOCK MOLDINGS INDICATED, MADE TO PATTERNS INCLUDED IN WMMPA WM 7 AND GRADED UNDER WMMPA WM 4; "N" GRADE FOR TRANSPARENT FINISH. 3. CLOTHES RODS; (1) 1/2" (38MM) DIAMETER, CLEAR, KILN DRIED HARDWOOD RODS, C. PANEL PRODUCTS: 1. WOOD BASED STRUCTURAL USE PANELS: DOC PS 2. PROVIDE PLYWOOD COMPLYING WITH DOC PS1, WHERE PLYWOOD IS INDICATED. 1. FACTORY MARK PANELS EVIDENCING WITH GRADE REQUIREMENTS. II. MISCELLANEOUS CONCEALED PANELS: APA RATED SHEATHING EXPOSURE 1 SPAN RATING TO SUIT FRAMING IN EACH LOCATION. III. MISCELLANEOUS EXPOSED PLYWOOD: A -D INTERIOR, THICKNESS AS INDICATED. 2. PARTICLE BOARD; COMPLY WITH AND FACTORY MARK EACH PANEL ACCORDING TO ANSI A208.1. PARTICLE BOARD UNDERLAYMENT: GRADE PBU. D. FASTENERS: 1. FASTENERS OF SIZE AND TYPE INDICATED. WHERE CARPENTRY IS EXPOSED TO WEATHER, IN GROUND CONTACT, OR IN AREA OF HIGH RELATIVE HUMIDITY. PROVIDE FASTENERS WITH A HOT DOP ZINC COATING PER ASTM A 153 OR OF TYPE 304 STAINLESS STEEL. I. POWER DRIVEN FASTENERS: CABO NER- 272. WOOD ROOF TRUSSES (PER ENGINEERING DWGS.) A. SECTION REQUIREMENTS: 1. ENGINEER, FABRICATE, AND ERECT METAL PLATE CONNECTED WOOD TRUSSES TO WITHSTAND DESIGN LOADS WITHOUT EXCEEDING DEFLECTION LIMITS OF ANSI/TPI 1, "NATIONAL DESIGN STANDARD FOR METAL PLATE CONNECTED WOOD TRUSS CONSTRUCTION." 2. IN ADDITION TO PRODUCT DATA, SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS AND STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS DATA, SIGNED AND SEALED BY A QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER ENGAGED BY THE FABRICATOR WHO IS REGISTERED IN FLORIDA. 3. ENGAGE A FABRICATOR WHO PARTICIPATES IN A RECOGNIZED QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAM THAT INVOLVES INSPECTION BY AN INDEPENDENT INSPECTING AND TESTING AGENCY ACCEPTABLE TO AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION. 4. COMPLY WITH ANSI/TPI 1; TPI HIB, "COMMENTARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HANDLING INSTALLING & BRACING METAL PLATE CONNECTED WOOD TRUSSES"; AND AFPA'S "NATIONAL DESIGN SPECIFICATION FOR WOOD CONSTRUCTION" AND IT'S "SUPPLEMENT". 5. COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING: WWL TOP CHORD .......... 20psf BOTTOM CHORD..............5psf WDL TOP CHORD .......... 20psf BOTTOM CHORD..............5psf WIND TOP CHORD ..... 110 MPH TOP CHORD OF TRUSSES TO BE #2 SOUTHERN PINE. B. MATERIALS: 1. DIMENSION LUMBER: COMPLY WITH DOC PS 20, "AMERICAN SOFTWOOD LUMBER STANDARD", ANY SPECIES, GRADED VISUALLY OR MECHANICALLY. 2. CONNECTOR PLATES: STRUCTURAL QUALITY STEEL SHEET, ZINC COATED, COMPLYING WITH ASTM A-653, GRADE 33, G60 (ASTM A -653M, GRADE 230, Z180) COATING DESIGNATION; AT LEAST 0.0359" (0.91 MM) THICK. 3. FASTENERS: HOT DOP GALVANIZED PER ASTM A-153 OR STAINLESS STEEL, TYPE 304 OR 316, WHERE EXPOSED TO WEATHER OR TO HIGH RELATIVE HUMIDITIES. SIZE AND TYPE INDICATED. 4. METAL FRAMING ANCHORS: MANUFACTURED FROM HOT DIP, ZINC COATED STEEL SHEET COMPLYING WITH ASTM A-653, G60 (ASTM A -653M, Z180) COATING DESIGNATION; STRUCTURAL, COMMERCIAL, OR LOCK FORMING QUALITY, AS STANDARD WITH MANUFACTURER FOR TYPE OF ANCHOR INDICATED. C. FABRICATION: 1. FABRICATE WOOD TRUSSES WITHIN MANUFACTURING TOLERANCES OF ANSI/TPI 1 AND CONNECT TRUSS MEMBERS BY METAL CONNECTOR PLATES. 2. CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBLE TO VERIFY ALL TRUSS SIZES TO FIT AS BUILT JOB CONDITIONS. D. INSTALLATION: 1. INSTALL AND BRACE TRUSSES ACCORDING TO RECOMMENDATIONS OF TPI. SPACE TRUSSES AS INDICATED; INSTALL PLUMB, SQUARE, AND TRUE TO LINE; AND SECURELY FASTEN TO SUPPORTING CONSTRUCTION. 2. ANCHOR TRUSSES SECURELY AT ALL BEARING POINTS USING METAL FRAMING ANCHORS AND FASTEN SECURELY. 3. SECURELY CONNECT EACH TRUSS PLY REQUIRED FOR FORMING BUILT UP GIRDER TRUSSES. ANCHOR TRUSSES TO GIRDER TRUSSES. (CONTINUED ON NEXT SHEET).... SYMBOL LEGEND PLAN OR SITE TITLE SCAL REFERENCE DRAWING OR DETAIL TITLE SCAL ,A-102 SHEETS WHERE REFERENCE IS BUILDING ELEVATION A A-201 ELEVATION LETTER ELEVATIONS DRAWN ON THIS SHEET BUILDING AND WALL SECTION A A-301 SECTION LETTER SECTION DRAWN ON THIS SHEET D C <A-401 AINTERIOR ELEVATION C A ELEVATION LETTER ELEVATIONS DRAWN ON THIS SHEET B DETAIL 1 DETAIL NUMBER A-501 DETAIL DRAWN ON THIS SHEET (1 DETAIL NUMBER A-501 DETAIL DRAWN ON THIS SHEET ROOM NAME AND ROOM ROOM NAME, NUMBER AND Room name 101 FINISH REFERENCE - SEE 101 NUMBER F B W C SHEET A -XXX FOR oo� DOOR NUMBER 1❑ NEW WORK 101 BORROWED LITE O DEMOLITION WORK REFERENCE �t WINDOW O HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MARKER PARTITION TYPE TOILET ACCESSORY SEE SHEET A- O NOTE A A-401 CASEWORK REVISION (14'-0") REFERENCE HEIGHT _,,� CONTROL EXPANSION MATERIAL LEGEND BATT FINISHED BRIC I i GRAVE CONCRET GYPSUM BOARD CONCRETE MASONRY PLYW00 CONTINUOUS RIGID EART STEE ABBREVIATIONS ADA AMERICANS W/ DISABILITIES GYP GYPSUM AFF ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR GWB GYPSUM WALL BOARD ACOUS ACOUSTICAL INSUL INSULATION ACT ACOUSTICAL CEILING TILE H HEIGHT ALUM ALUMINUM HOR HORIZONTAL APPROXAPPROXIMATELY MANUF MANUFACTURER BD BOARD MECH MECHANICAL BEJ BUILDING EXPANSION JOINT MIN MINIMUM BTM BOTTOM MO MASONRY OPENING CLR CLEAR MTL METAL CO CLEAN OUT NIC NOT IN CONTRACT CONC CONCRETE NTS NOT TO SCALE COORD COORDINATE OC ON CENTER CMU CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT OH OPPOSITE HAND CONT CONTINUOUS OSB ORIENTED STRAND BOARD CJ CONTROL JOINT PLAM PLASTIC LAMINATE D OR DIA DIAMETER PNT PAINT DN DOWN PREFAB PREFABRICATED DS DOWNSPOUT REINF REINFORCED EA EACH RD ROOF DRAIN EWC ELECTRIC WATER COOLER RO ROUGH OPENING EJ EXPANSION JOINT SIM SIMILAR EFS EXTERIOR FINISH SYSTEM SQ SQUARE EIFS EXTERIOR INSULATION SS STAINLESS STEEL FINISH SYSTEM STRUCT STRUCTURAL EQUIP EQUIPMENT TERM TERMINATE EXT EXTERIOR TOS TOP OF STEEL FD FLOOR DRAIN TOM TOP OF MASONRY FRP FIBERGLASS REINFORCED TYP TYPICAL POLYESTER UON UNLESS OTHERWISE FRT FIRE RETARDENT TREATED NOTED FEC FIRE EXTINGUISHER VERT VERTICAL CABINET VCT VINYL COMPOSITION TILE GA GAUGE W WIDTH GC GENERAL CONTRACTOR WH WATER HEATER MARK MACCO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com 9 F4/j MARK W. MACCO �l a7 ~ AR96004 k4$;�eD ,4�� PVG No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE GENERAL NOTES Project Number Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By M W M Checked By M W M A 102 Scale 12" = 1'-0" ti LO 6 77 00 0 N co WOOD ROOF TRUSSES, CONTINUED... E. FABRICATION: 1. FABRICATE WOOD TRUSSES WITHIN MANUFACTURING TOLERANCES OF ANSI/TPI 1 AND CONNECT TRUSS MEMBERS BY METAL CONNECTOR PLATES. 2. CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBLE TO VERIFY ALL TRUSS SIZES TO FIT AS BUILT JOB CONDITIONS. NOTE: THE TRUSS LAYOUT SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS MAY BE ALTERED BY THE TRUSS SUPPLIER PROVIDED THAT THE ENGINEER OF RECORD IS NOTIFIED OF ANY REVISIONS TO THE ROOF SUPPORT LOCATIONS. IF THE TRUSS SUPPLIER MAKES REVISIONS WITHOUT NOTIFICATION TO THE ENGINEER, THE TRUSS SUPPLIER ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE STRUCTURAL DESIGN TO THE SUBSTRUCTURE, INCLUDING WALLS, POSTS AND FOUNDATIONS. EXTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK A. SECTION REQUIREMENTS: 1, SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS. 2. QUALITY STANDARD: ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK INSTITUTE'S "ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK QUALITY STANDARDS". B. MATERIALS: 1. HARDBOARD: AHA A135.4 2. SOFTWOOD PLYWOOD: PS -1 3. PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT: COMPLY WITH NWWDA I.SA FOR ITEMS INDICATED TO RECEIVE WATER REPELLENT PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT. 4. FASTENERS FOR EXTERIOR WOODWORK: HOT DIP GALVANIZED STEEL NAILS. C. EXTERIOR WOODWORK: 1. COMPLETE FABRICATION BEFORE SHIPPING TO PROJECT SITE TO MAXIMUM EXTENT POSSIBLE. DISASSEMBLE ONLY AS NEEDED FOR SHIPPING AND INSTALLING. WHERE NECESSARY FOR FITTING AT PROJECT SITE, PROVIDE FOR SCRIBING AND TRIMMING. I. ASSEMBLE CASINGS IN PLANT, UNLESS LIMITATIONS OF ACCESS TO PLACE OF INSTALLATION REQUIRE FIELD ASSEMBLY. 2. BACK OUT OR GROOVE BACKS OF FLAT TRIM MEMBERS, AND KERF BACKS OF OTHER WIDE, FLAT MEMBERS, EXCEPT FOR MEMBERS WITH ENDS EXPOSED IN FINISHED WORK. 3. EXTERIOR STANDING AND RUNNING TRIM: PREMIUM GRADE, MADE FROM ANY CLOSED GRAIN HARDWOOD LISTED IN REFERENCED WOODWORKING STANDARD. 4. EXTERIOR ORNAMENTAL WORK: PREMIUM GRADE, MADE FROM ANY CLOSED GRAIN HARDWOOD LISTED IN REFERENCED WOODWORKING STANDARD. 5. EXTERIOR FRAMES AND JAMBS: PREMIUM GRADE, MADE FROM ANY CLOSED GRAIN HARDWOOD LISTED IN REFERENCED WOODWORKING STANDARD. 6. SHOP PRIME WOODWORK FOR PAINT FINISHES WITH ONE COAT OF SPECIFIED WOOD PRIMER. 1. BACK PRIME WITH ONE COAT OF PRIMER. APPLY (2) COATS TO ITEMS INSTALLED OVER CONCRETE OR MASONRY. 7. SHOP SEAL WOODWORK FOR TRANSPARENT FINISHES WITH STAIN (IF REQUIRED), OTHER REQUIRED PRETREATMENT, AND FIRST COAT OF SPECIFIED FINISH. D. INSTALLATION: 1. INSTALL WOODWORK TO COMPLY WITH AWI SECTION 170 FOR GRADE SPECIFIED. 2. INSTALL WOODWORK LEVEL, PLUMB, TRUE AND STRAIGHT. SHIM AS REQUIRED WITH CONCEALED SHIMS. INSTALL TO A TOLERANCE OF 1/8" IN 96" (3MM IN 2400MM) FOR LEVEL AND PLUMB. 3. SCRIBE AN CUT WOODWORK OF FIT ADJOINING WORK, SEAL CUT SURFACES, AND REPAIR DAMAGED FINISH AT CUTS, 4. INSTALL TRIM WITH MINIMUM NUMBER OF JOINTS POSSIBLE, USING FULL LENGTH PIECES TO THE GREATEST EXTENT POSSIBLE. STAGGER JOINTS IN ADJACENT AND RELATED MEMBERS. MASONRY. GENERAL: A. SECTION REQUIREMENTS: 1. MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF BLOCK SHALL BE 2000 PSI (NET AREA). 2. MINIMUM PRISM STRENGTH (F -M) SHALL BE 1500 PSI, U. N.O. 3. MORTAR FOR MASONRY SHALL BE TYPE "S" OR limit 4. GROUT FOR BLOCK CELL FILL SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 3000 PSI AT 28 DAYS. GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA: 1. DESIGN WIND SPEED = 140 MPH, IMPORTANCE FACTOR=1.05 2. SECOND FLOOR LIVE LOAD= 40 PSF. ROOF LIVE LOAD = 20 PSF. 4. SOIL BEARING CAPACITY ASSUMED TO BE A MINIMUM OF 2500 PSF FOR DUVAL COUNTY. 5, USE DURO-ROCK BRAND CORROSION MOISTURE RESISTANT CEMEMTITIOUS BOARD FASTENERS @ 8" FIELD 4" EDGE 1-1/4" LONG MADE BY U.S. GYPSUM. 6. LEAVE (2) SPACES MIN. AS SPARE ON ALL ELECTRICAL PANELS. UPC #081-099-003974. 7. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY LOCATION OF ALL MECHANICAL LINES BEFORE CASTING FOUNDATIONS OR CAST PROTECTION AROUND LINES AS REQUIRED. 8. CONTRACTOR TO HAVE SURVEYORS TO SCOUT LINES FOR PLACEMENT OF FOUNDATIONS TO VERIFY THEY ARE WITHIN GOVERNMENT SET BACKS & GOVERNMENT UTILITY EASEMENTS. 9. ALL FILL UNDER SLABS AND FOUNDATIONS SHALL BE COMPACTED TO 95% OF MAXIMUM DENSITY (MODIFIED PROCTOR TEST) AT OPTIMUM MOISTURE CONTACT, PROJECT GENERAL NOTES: 1. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR (GC) SHALL VERIFY ALL EXISTING CONDITIONS IN THE FIELD PRIOR TO THE BID & EXECUTION OF ANY WORK, THE GC SHALL CAREFULLY SURVEY THE EXISTING JOB CONDITIONS TO VERIFY THEM. 2. THE GC SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN THE FIELD. DIMENSIONS TAKE PRIORITY OVER SCALE, DIRECTION TO ALIGN TAKES PRIORITY OVER DIMENSIONING, DIMENSIONING SCALE AND ALIGNMENT, BUILDING SET BACKS AND HEIGHT LIMITS. 3. ANY DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND EXISTING CONDITIONS SHALL BE REPORTED TO THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO THE GC'S EXECUTION OF ANY WORK. 4. REFER TO THE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR ALL STRUCTURAL SIZES AND INFORMATION. ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN IN THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS ARE FOR LOCATION PURPOSES ONLY. 5. ALL WORK SHALL CONFORM TO THE IBC CODE, COUNTY PLANNING AGENCY, IN ADDITION TO ALL CODES, (FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL REGULATIONS). 6. THE BUILDING SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT ENERGY REQUIREMENTS AND CALCULATIONS. 7. THE GC SHALL ENSURE THAT EXISTING WORK ON THE SITE IS PROTECTED AT ALL TIMES, AND SHALL REPLACE DAMAGED WORK TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE OWNER. 8. THE GC SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND COORDINATION OF ALL MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING AND FIRE PROTECTION WORK. THIS INCLUDES ANY DRAWINGS, SHOP DRAWINGS, DETAILS CALCULATIONS ETC. THAT MAY BE REQUIRED TO PROPERLY EXECUTE THIS WORK. 9. THE GC SHALL NOT MAKE ANY DESIGN DECISIONS WITHOUT FIRST CONSULTING MARK MACCO, AIA. 10. NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PLACEMENT OF ALL VENTS AND DIFFUSERS TO ENSURE PROPER PLACEMENT. I. LOCATION OF LIGHTING DEVICES, MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT, PLUMBING FIXTURES, AND FIRE PROTECTION DEVICES SHOW ON THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS ARE FOR LOCATION REFERENCE ONLY. II. LOCATIONS, QUANTITIES AND CODE COMPLIANCE OF ALL ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, PLUMBING AND FIRE PROTECTION DEVICES ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE GC. III. ANY RELOCATION'S, ADDITIONS OR INDICATIONS TO BE MADE IN THE MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING AND FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS AS REQUIRED BY THE BUILDING INSPECTOR OF REGULATORY AGENCIES, OR VISIBLE EXISTING CONDITIONS SHALL BE PERFORMED BY THE GC AT NO ADDITIONAL EXPENSE TO THE OWNER. ALL EXISTING ABANDONED ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL SYSTEMS ARE TO BE REMOVED FROM THE JOB SITE. 11. THE ARCHITECT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COORDINATION, COMPLETENESS, LOCATIONS, OR CONTENT OF ANY CONSULTANTS OR CONTRACTORS. 12. ALL INTERIOR, NON LOAD BEARING PARTITIONS SHALL BE COMPRISED OF 2X4, 2X6 WOOD OR METAL STUDS @ 16" O.C. OR AS SHOWN. 13. PAINT: ALL PAINTED SURFACES TO RECEIVE LEVEL FIVE PAINT FINISH. OR PRIMER AND TWO COATS. 14. ACCESSORY BACK UP PLATES: INSTALL BACK UP PLATE GASKETS BEHIND ALL IN -WALL -MOUNTED ACCESSORIES AS REQUIRED. 15. WEATHER STRIPPING SHALL BE PROVIDED AT ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS THAT SEPARATE HEATED SPACE FROM UNHEATED SPACE, OR THE BUILDING EXTERIOR. (INC. GARAGE DOORS AND AT FURNACE CLOSETS.) INFILTRATION SHALL NOT EXCEED .5 CU. FT./MIN./SQ.FT. WITH A PRESSURE DIFFERENCE OF 1.567 PSI (WIND LOAD OF 25 MPH). 16. ALL EXTERIOR BUILDING JOINTS SHALL BE FILLED WITH SEALANT. 17. THE NEW THERMOSTAT SHALL BE AUTOMATIC, W/ DELAY FOR EFFICIENCY NIGHT SET BACK WITH INTEGRAL CLOCK WITH INTEGRAL CLOCK SETTINGS FOR TWO PERIODS IN 24 HOURS. 18. ALL FAUCETS AND SHOWER HEADS TO BE FLOW RESTRICTING (NOT TO EXCEED 2.75 GPM). 19. PROVED AN INSULATION BLANKET (R-12) AROUND ALL WATER HEATERS. (NOTE NOT USED). 20. ALL PLUMBING PIPING FROM CITY WATER MAIN TO INTERNAL HOME OUTLETS (FAUCETS) TO BE COPPER. 21. PROVIDE PIPE INSULATION (R-3) ON BOTH HOT AND COLD PIPES 5'-0" FROM WATER HEATER. 22. GAS COOKING APPLIANCES SHALL HAVE ELECTRIC PILOTS. 23. ALL TOILETS TO BE LOW WATER VOLUME USAGE TYPE. 24. THIS SET OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS INCORPORATES HURRICANE AND/OR STRUCTURAL CALCULATIONS, AND ENERGY USE CALCULATIONS (BY OTHERS). PAID FOR BY OWNER. 25. ALL EXTERIOR WINDOWS ARE PER ENERGY CALCULATIONS. - -_ -- -- - -- -- -_ - - - - -- - -- -- -I 26. ARCHITECT IS HERE BY GIVEN ACCESS TO MAKE PHOTOGRAPHS, VIDEOS, IMAGES ETC. OF THE PROJECT. PROMOTE AND PUBLISH SUCH IMAGES AND ARTICLES IN A FEE AND UNRESTRICTED NOT LIMITED TO ALL DIGITAL MEDIIA SUCH AS THE ER, INCLUDING BUT OWNER INITIAL: INTERNET OR HARD COPY PRINTED MATERIAL. PLACE -- T -0"X 4'-0" OR SIZE PER LOCAL CODE, SIGN AT SITE FRONT AS NEEDED BY ARCHITECT. THIS INCLUDES ALL j OF THE INTERIOR AS WELL AS THE EXTERIOR OF THE PROJECT. 27. ONE NOTE ON ONE DRAWING MAY BE APPLICABLE TO ALL DRAWINGS. 28. THE ARCHITECT IS THE FINAL INTERPRETER OF THE DRAWINGS AND ANY DISCREPANCIES THERE IN. 29. ON REMODELS, ALL MATERIALS, TEXTURES AND COLORS ARE TO MATCH EXISTING, TO COMPLETELY BLEND IN VISUALLY, U.N.O. ON NEW HOMES ALL MATERIALS, TEXTURES AND COLORS ARE TO MATCH NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION RULES AND OR CODES OF ANY KIND GOVERNING SUCH RULES. 30. A TEMPORARY POWER POLE WILL BE INSTALLED BY BUILDER IF NECESSARY. 31. POWER BILLS PAID BY CONTRACTOR. 32. WATER BILLS PAID BY CONTRACTOR. 33. DOOR TO BE CUT TO FIT CARPET AND TILE. 34. IF NECESSARY GC TO PROVIDE TEMPORARY TOILET FACILITIES ON JOB SITE. 35. CONTRACTOR MUST CONSULT ARCHITECT PRIOR TO USE OF ANY PHOTOS, IMAGES OR REFERENCE OF ANY KIND FOR MARKETING PURPOSES. 36. CONTRACTOR MAY PROVIDE SIGNAGE AT THE JOB SITE AS A CONTRACTOR, BUT MAY NOT IMPLY BY SIGNAGE OR MARKETING ANY ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN INVOLVEMENT IN THIS PROJECT. I CONTRACTOR INITIAL: I IMPORTANT: THE CONTRACTOR IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR BIDDING THE PLANS FOR ALL CHANGES UP TO THE DAY THE PLANS ARE APPROVED BY THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT BEFORE THE CONTRACTOR STARTS ANY CONSTRUCTION. COPYRIGHT. - REPRESENTED BY THESE DRAWINGS ARE OWNED BY AND THE PROPERTY OF MARK MACCO, AIA. THEY WERE CREATED FOR AND DEVELOPED FOR USE ON AND IN CONNECTION WITH THE SPECIFIED PROJECT. THE IDEAS, DESIGNS, DRAWINGS, PLANS AND ARRANGEMENTS OF THE SPECIFIED PROJECT SHALL NOT BE USED BY OR DISCLOSED TO ANY PERSONS, FIRM, OR CORPORATION FOR ANY PURPOSE WHATSOEVER WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE ARCHITECT. WRITTEN DIMENSIONS IN THESE DRAWINGS SHALL HAVE PRECEDENCE OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. CONTRACTORS SHALL VERIFY AND BENRESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DIMENSIONS DETAILS AND CONDITIONS ON THE JOBS FOR THE ARCHITECTS CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS. THE ARCHITECT IS TO BE NOTIFIED BY THE CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF ANY VARIATIONS OR DISCREPANCY OF THE DIMENSIONS, DETAILS OR CONDITIONS WHICH ARE NOT CLEAR OR SHOWN BY THESE DRAWINGS. THE BUILDER SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING FROM THE ARCHITECT AND GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITIES ALL CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO THESE DRAWINGS THAT ARE NOT CLEAR OR CORRECT BUT THAT ARE DEEMED NECESSARY FOR THEPROJECT. THE COST OF ALL CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS ARE NOT THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER OR THE ARCHITECT. ALL EXTRAS OR CHANGES INCLUDING COSTS SHALL BE APPROVED BY THE OWNER AND THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF SAID EXTRAS OR CHANGES. IT IS THE BUILDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO MAINTAIN A CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR ON THE JOB AT ALL TIMES. THE CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR SHALL BE AWARE OF AND FOLLOW THE INTENT OF THE DESIGN AT ALL TIMES WHEN IN QUESTION, THE ARCHITECT SHALL BE THE INTERPRETER OF THE INTENT OF THE DESIGN. ALL EXISTING SURFACE, OVERHEAD, AND SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS WHICH ARE NOT FORESEEN OR PREDICTED ON THESE DRAWINGS, WHICH MIGHT CAUSE LIABILITY, COSTS, OBLIGATIONS, OR DELAYS ARE THE OWNERS RESPONSIBILITY. ALL OWNER'S INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE MADE THROUGH THE ARCHITECT. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE TO READ EVERY NOTE & SPECIFICATION ON THE, OR REFERRED BY, THESE DRAWINGS. row8 1 A '®'A F 0 °� PRODUCT DATA SHEET TKE WORLD'S BEST` ROOFS DURO-LAST° EV 50 -MIL MEMBRANE Advantages: Duro-Last® EV 50 -Mil (EV50) membrane is an excellent choice for low -slope roof projects requiring a long lasting, energy efficient roofing membrane. The inclusion of DuPont Eivaloy® KEE (Ketone Ethylene Ester) provides Duro-Last EV with superior physical properties and performance characteristics. A complete line of custom prefabricated accessories is available for the EV50 membrane. Description: Duro-Last EV membrane incorporates a weft -inserted, knitted scrim within KEE-containing films to provide exceptional strength and waterproofing. Duro-Last EV membranes must not be used with Duro-Last, Duro-Fleece, or Duro-Tuff membranes. KEE-containing Film - Proprietary thermoplastic KEE-containing formulation of resins, plasticizers, stabilizers, biocides, flame retardants, and U.V. absorbents. • PVC film above weft -inserted scrim - 26 mil Weft -inserted Scrim - An 18 x 9 polyester fabric construction with weft insertion, composed of 840 x 1000 denier threads, provides superior tear and puncture resistance. The polyester thread is treated to prevent wicking. Total Thickness - 50 mil, nominal. Weight - 0.28 Ib. per square foot. Color- Top surface: white. Bottom surface: white. R -Value - 0.1 ft2_OF•hr/Btu. Packaging - EV50 is supplied in the roll sizes shown below. A full pallet contains ten rolls. RnU 13impnsinns- Dimensions Estimated Coverage 2 6" Overlap 4" Overlap Roll Weight 120 in. x 100 ft. 950 sq. ft. 967 sq. ft. 280 Ib. 60 in. x 100 ft. 450 sq. ft. 467 sq. ft. 140 Ib. 30 in. x 100 ft. 200 sq. ft. 217 sq. ft. 701b. 10 in. x 100 ft. Stripping 24 Ib. 6 inch overlap and use of Duro-Last Poly or Cleat Piates. 2 4 inch overlap and use of Duro-Last Oval Metal Plates, Overlap Line - A blue line, 6 inches from one edge of the sheet, is factory applied to the top of the sheet to assist in maintaining proper overlap between sheets. 000 411 <10 19 Seam Plate and Fastener Placement Guides - "X"s are placed at 6 -inch intervals along one edge of the sheet to assist in maintaining proper spacing between fasteners. Install fasteners so that the outside edge of the seam plate is flush with the edge of the sheet "T --Lap" Patches - A patch, with rounded corners, is required at all lap areas where 3 or more layers of membrane intersect ("T -Lap"). The minimum size of the patch is 4 x 4 inches or 4 -inch diameter. Patches can be made of either EV50 or EV60 membrane. Energy Efficiency: Solar Thermal Solar Reflective Reflectance Emittance Index (SRI) Initial I 3 -yr initial 3 -yr Initial 3 -yr White 0.85 P' 0.90 P2 108 P' ' 3 -year aged results pending. Warranty: The following warranties are available for projects utilizing EV50 membrane. Contact Duro-Last for warranty details. Consequential damage coverage is not available for Duro-Last EV installations. Available Warranties Supreme Not applicable for this product Ultra 15 -YR High Wind 20 -YR High Wind Basic 15 -YR NDL 20 -YR NDL Residential 15 -YR Material Only 20 -YR Material Only www.duro-last.com 1 of 2 800-248-0280 Duro-Last, "World's Best Roof, and Duro-Bond are registered trademarks owned by Duro-Last, Inc. Etvaloy is a registered trademark owned by DuPont Company - Created: 06/17/2012 Revised: 0112312016,05.118/2015.07/24/2015,07130/2015,02115/2016 ROOFING MEMBRANE SPECIFICATIONS. DURO-LAST`" EV 50 -MIL MEMBRANE Codes and Standards: Underwriters Laboratories, FM Approvals. Storage: Store rolls lengthwise on pallets. Use tarps to keep rolls dry. Membrane Attachment: Mechanically Fastened - EV50 membrane may be mechanically attached to a variety of roof deck and wall materials. An appropriate slip sheet or cover board may be required. Refer to the Roll Good Mechanically Fastened System Specification for system requirements. Duro-Bong'' System - The Duro-Bond system (induction weld) may be used to attach EV50 membrane. Refer to the Duro-Last Duro-Bond System Specification for system requirements. Adhered - EV50 membrane may be adhered to a variety of properly prepared roof decks, walls, cover boards and insulations. Refer to the Duro-Last Adhered Systems Specification for system requirements. Physical Properties: EV50 membrane has been subjected to the tests required by ASTM D4434 "Standard Specification for Poly (Vinyl Chloride) Sheet Roofing" and has been classified as a Type III, internally reinforced sheet. The results of each test are listed below. ASTM's Overall Thickness requirements for the membrane are plus or minus 10% (nominal) of the listed Typical Value. Physical Property Test Method ASTM D4434 Requirement for Type 111 Sheet Typical Value Overall Thickness ASTM D751 0.045 and15 0.055 in. 0.050 in. (50 mil), nominal (>_ 45 ands 55 mil) Thickness Over Scrim ASTM D7635 >_ 0.016 in. 0.026 in. (26 mil) Breaking Strength' ASTM D751 Grab Method > 200 ibf.lin, 458 x 282 lbf.fin. Elongation' ASTM D751 Grab Method W 15% 33% x 27% Seam Strength ASTM D751 Grab Method = 343 Ibf. (75°!0 of Breaking Strength.) 458 ibf. Tear Strength' ASTM D751 Procedure B ? 45 Ibf. 67 x 152 Ibf. Low Temp. Bend ASTM D2136 Must pass at -40° F. PASS Heat Aging ASTM D3045 Conditioned for 56 days in oven PASS maintained at 176° F. 5,000 hours total test time. Accelerated ASTM G154 Irradiance level of 0.68 W/m2-nm. PASS Weathering (Formerly G53) Cycle: 8 hours at 145° F, 4 hours condensation at 122° F. Conditioned for 6 hours in oven Dimensional Stability' ASTM D1204 maintained at 176° F, 0.14% x 0.05% Allowable change: s 0.5% Immersed in water at 158° F Water Absorption ASTM D570 for 168 hours. Pending2 Allowable weight change: s 3% Static Puncture ASTM D5602 >_ 33 Ibf. PASS Dynamic Puncture ASTM D5635 >_ 14.7 ft-Ibf. (20 J) PASS Typical values are shown for both machine and cross machine directions. The machine direction results are listed tlrst. 2 Values will be added upon completion of testing. Q,1t1sslf��o , 31 C uL us M COOLCR ,�/?% rm APPRWD c e 810128 �wlN www.duro-last.com 2 of 2 Duro-Last, "World's Best Roof', and Duro-Bond are registered trademarks owned by Duro-Last, Inc. Elvaloy is a registered trademark owned by DuPont Company. Created: 06/172012 Revised 01Y23/2015, 05/18/2015, 07/2412015, 0 713 012 015, 0211512016 800-248-0280 MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com pF F66 MARK W. MACCO ;�71 �7 ~ C) AR9 6004 4w RFD P� r No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE GENERAL NOTES Project Number ##### Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By M W M Checked By M W M A 103 Scale 1211 = 1'-0" co Ori 6i r CO 0 N M WINDOW INSTALLATION (METHOD A-1) STEP 1. IN WATER SHEDDING FASHION, STARTING AT THE BASE OF THE WALL & WORKING TOWARDS THE TOP, INSTALL THE WRB TO THE FACE OF THE SHEATHING 2. APPLY SILL FLASHING 3. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT BACK OF WINDOW FLANGE & SET WINDOW USING PAN HEAD SCREWS TO FACILITATE INSPECTION 4. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT SIDE JAMBS. EXTENDS 8 1/2" 5. APPLY JAMB FLASHING 6. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT HEAD 7. APPLY HEAD FLASHING 8. REMOVE PREVIOUSLY APPLIED TAPE, ALLOWING WRB TO LAY FLAT OVER HEAD FLASHING. APPLY NEW SHEATHING TAPE OVER DIAGONAL CUT- SEE DIAGRAM WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER (WRB) APPLIED PRIOR TO THE WINDOW INSTALLATION. FLASHING APPLIED OVER THE FACE OF THE MOUNTING SECTION A FLANGE. HRO GH WINDOW SEAL THE WINDOW FRAME TO OPENING. APPLY A 3/8" NOM. DIA. TO THE BACKSIDE (INTERIOR) OF THE WINDOW FLANGE, IN LINE WITH ANY PRE -PUNCHED HOLES OR 5. JAMB EXTEND JAMB FLASHING TO OVERLAP SILL FLASHING. EXTEND JAMB FLASHING 8 5. JAMB SEALANT BEAD BEHIND MOUNTING FLANGE. APPLY CONT. SEAL TO THE MOUNTING FLANGES AT THE TOP (HEAD) AND SIDES (JAMBS) OF WINDOW. EXTEND SEALANT AT JAMBS 8 1/2" ABOVE THE R.O. AT HEAD. EMBED JAMB FLASHING INTO SEALANT AND FASTEN IN PLACE. (FLASHING GOES OVER SEALANT). SILL 1 SHIM AND ADJUST WINDOW TO ACHIEVE 1. WEATHER RESISTANT SQUARE, PLUMB, AND LEVEL CONDITION. BARRIER (WRB) USE CORROSION RESISTANT FASTENERS. AT A 45 DEGREE ANGLE, CAREFULLY CUT FASTEN WINDOWS PER WINDOW THE BARRIER ON A DIAGONAL. GENTLY MANUFACTURER SPECIFICATIONS. RAISE THE TOP EDGE OF THE BARRIER UP AND TAPE THE TOP CORNERS AND CENTER TO THE EXTERIOR WRB SURFACE INTERIOR VIEW ABOVE. FLASHIN SEALANT BEAD BETWEEN FLASHING AND MOUNTING FLANGE. SECURE WRB \\- AT HEA FLASHING AT HEAD EXTENDS 1" BEYOND JAMB FLASHING. 7.HEAD FLASHING EMBED BOTTOM OF THE HEAD FLASHING AGAINS THE PREVIOUSLY APPLI SEALANT (FLASHING GO OVER SEALANT). EXTE iq HEAD FLASHING BEYON EACH JAMB FLASHING. FASTEN IN PLACE. CCAI AAI TOP LEFT CORNER OF WINDOW 1/2" ABOVE ROUGH OPENING AT HEAD. TUCK TOP OF JAMB FLASHING UNDER THE FLAP OF WRB AT THE HEAD. SEE DIAGRAM. WINDOW INSTALLATION (METHOD A) STEP 1. APPLY SILL FLASHING 2. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT BACK OF WINDOW FLANGE & SET WINDOW (PAN HEAD SCREWS MUST BE USED TO FACILITATE INSPECTION 3. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT SIDE JAMBS 4. APPLY JAMB FLASHING 5. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT HEAD 6. APPLY HEAD FLASHING 7. IN WATER SHEDDING FASHION, STARTING AT THE BASE OF THE WALL & WORKING TOWARDS THE TOP, INSTALL ALL THE WRB TO THE FACE OF THE SHEATHING. TUCK WRB UNDER SILL FLASHING, AND OVER JAMB & HEAD FLASHING 8. WITH SHEATHING TAPE, CONNECT A-' 4. JAMB EXTEND JAMB FLASHING TO OVERLAP SILL FLASHING. EXTEND JAMB FLASHING 8 1/2" ABOVE ROUGH OPENING AT HEAD. APPLY TAPE AT CORNERS TO TEMPORARILY HOLD FLASHING IN PLACE UNTIL WRB IS APPLIED WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER (WRB) APPLIED AFTER THE WINDOW INSTALLATION. FLASHING APPLIED OVER THE FACE OF THE MOUNTING FLANGE. 3. JAMB APPLY CONT. SEAL TO THE MOUNTING FLANGES AT THE TOP (HEAD) AND SIDES (JAMBS) 8 1/2" ABOVE THE R.O. AT HEAD SHIM AND ADJUST WINDOW TO ACHIEVE SQUARE, PLUMB, AND LEVEL CONDITION. USE CORROSION RESISTANT FASTENERS. FASTEN WINDOWS PER WINDOW MANUFACTURER FASTENER SPECIFICATIONS. SECTION A SEALANT BEAD BETWEENFLASHIN FLASHING AND MOUNTING FLANGE. FLASHING AT HEAD EXTENDS 1" BEYOND JAMB FLASHING. 5. HEAD EMBED BOTTOM OF THE HEAD FLASHING AGAINST THE PREVIOUSLY APPLIED SEALANT (FLASHING GOES OVER SEALANT). EXTEND HEAD FLASHING BEYOND EACH JAMB FLASHING. FASTEN IN PLACE. INTERIOR TOP LEFT CORNER OF D T ED ES ND D WINDOW INSTALLATION (METHOD B-1) WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER (WRB) APPLIED PRIOR TO THE SECTION A WINDOW INSTALLATION. THROUGH WINDOW STEP FLASHING APPLIED BEHIND THE MOUNTING FLANGE. 1. IN WATER SHEDDING FASHION, STARTING AT THE BASE OF THE WALL & WORKING TOWARDS vv THE TOP, INSTALL THE WRB TO THE FACE OF THE SHEATHING 2. APPLY SILL FLASHING - - 3. APPLY JAMB FLASHING I - J 1: �:_ FLASHIN SEALANT BEAD BETWEEN 4. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT MOUNTING FLANGE AND AROUND THE PERIMETER OF FLASHING. THE BACK SIDE (INTERIOR SURFACE) OF WINDOW MOUNTING FLANGE 4. APPLY A 3/8" NOM, DIA. 5. IMMEDIATELY INSTALL BEAD OF SEALANT TO THE WINDOW BACKSIDE (INTERIOR) OF THE AFTER INSTALLATION USING PAN HEAD SCREWS TO MOUNTING FLANGE ,AROUND SEAL ALL CORNERS OF FACILITATE INSPECTION THE ENTIRE PERIMETER. MECHANICALLY JOINED PLACE BEAD IN LINE WITH FRAMES TO SEAL FRAME 6. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT ANY PRE -PUNCHED HOLES SEAM JUNCTURE. ACROSS THE FACE OF OR SLOTS MOUNTING FLANGE AT HEAD 7. APPLY HEAD FLASHING 8. REMOVE PREVIOUSLY APPLIED j FLASHING AT HEAD EXTENDS TAPE, ALLOWING WRB TO LAY FLAT OVER HEAD FLASHING. `�"� 1" BEYOND JAMB FLASHING. APPLY NEW SHEATHING TAPE SECURE OVER DIAGONAL CUT- SEE WRB �5,- '�@ HEAD 3. JAMB EXTEND JAMB FLASHING TO OVERLAP SILL FLASHING. EXTEND JAMB FLASHING 8 1/2" (220MM) ABOVE ROUGH OPENING AT HEAD. APPLY TAPE AT CORNERS TO TEMPORARILY HOLD FLASHING IN PLACE SILL 7. HEAD APPLY A CONT. SEAL ALONG MOUNTING FLANGE AT THE HEAD. FLASHING GOES OVER MOUNTING FLANGE. EMBED BOTTOM OF HEAD FLASHING AGAINST SEALANT (FLASHING GOES OVER SEALANT). EXTEND HEAD FLASHING BEYOND EACH JAMB FLASHING. FASTEN IN PLACE. CCA I A AIT , SHIM AND ADJUST WINDOW TO ACHIEVE SQUARE, PLUMB, AND LEVEL CONDITION. USE: CORROSION RESISTANT FASTENERS. FASTEN WINDOWS PER WINDOW MANUFACTURER FASTENER SPECIFICATIONS. 1. WEATHER RESISTANT BARRIER (WRB) AT A 45 DEGREE ANGLE, CAREFULLY CUT THE BARRIER ON A DIAGONAL. GENTLY RAISE THE TOP EDGE OF THE BARRIER UP AND TAPE THE TOP CORNERS AND CENTER TO THE EXTERIOR WRB SURFACE ABOVE. INTERIOR TOP LEFT CORNER OF WINDOW INSTALLATION (METHOD Bl STEP 1. APPLY SILL FLASHING 2. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT BACK OF WINDOW FLANGE & SET WINDOW (PAN HEAD SCREWS MUST BE USED TO FACILITATE INSPECTION 3. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT SIDE JAMBS 4. APPLY JAMB FLASHING 5. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT HEAD 6. APPLY HEAD FLASHING 7. IN WATER SHEDDING FASHION, STARTING AT THE BASE OF THE WALL & WORKING TOWARDS THE TOP, INSTALL ALL THE WRB TO THE FACE OF THE SHEATHING. TUCK WRB UNDER SILL FLASHING, AND OVER JAMB & HEAD FLASHING 8. WITH SHEATHING TAPE, CONNECT THE WRB TO THE FLASHING (Al 14 SIDFS) APPLY A 3/8" NOM. DIA. BEAD OF SEALANT TO \ THE BACKSIDE (INTERIOR) OF THE MOUNTING FLANGE \ AROUND THE ENTIRE PERIMETER. PLACE BEAD IN LINE WITH ANY PRE -PUNCHED HOLES OR 2. JAMB EXTEND JAMB FLASHING TO OVERLAP SILL FLASHING. EXTEND JAMB FLASHING 8 1/2" ABOVE ROUGH OPENING AT HEAD. APPLY TAPE AT CORNERS TO TEMPORARILY HOLD FLASHING IN PLACE UNTIL WRB IS APPLIED. WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER (WRB) APPLIED AFTER THE WINDOW INSTALLATION. FLASHING APPLIED OVER THE FACE OF THE MOUNTING SECTION A FLANGE. TNRni iru IAnninOIA/ AFTER INSTALLATION SEAL ALL CORNERS OF MECHANICALLY JOINED FRAMES 1-0 SEAL FRAME SEAM JUNCTURE. 4 SILL 1 SHIM AND ADJUST WINDOW TO ACHIEVE SQUARE, PLUMB, AND LEVEL CONDITION, USE CORROSION RESISTANT FASTENERS, FASTEN WINDOWS PER WINDOW MANUFACTURER FASTENER SPECIFICATIONS. VL/1L/`IV I �C/1U CC I VVCCIV MOUNTING FLANGE AND FLASHING. FLASHING AT HEAD EXTENDS 1" BEYOND JAMB FLASHING. 5. HEAD FLASHIN APPLY A CONT. SEAL ALONG MOUNTING FLANGE AT THE HEAD. FLASHING GOES OVER MOUNTING FLANGE. EMBED BOTTOM OF HEAD FLASHING AGAINST SEALANT (FLASHING / GOES OVER SEALANT). EXTEND HEAD FLASHING BEYOND EACH JAMB FLASHING. FASTEN IN PLACE. NOTE: FOR TYPE "B", JAMB FLASHING IS 4 n BEHIND MOUNTING FLANGE. INTERIOR TOP LEFT CORNER OF [+r -AI AAI \ WALL TYPE AND DIMENSION LEGEND 1/2" OSB 5 1/2" ACTUAL WOOD STUD VAPOR 1 1/2" GWB BARRIER METAL LATHE SCRATCH COAT ❑ BROWN COAT FE_XT1 I FINT J, ALL DIMS L TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE 1/2" OSB 8°° CMU 1" 1/2" GWB VAPOR BARRIER METAL LATHE SCRATCH COAT BROWN COAT EXT INT ALL DIMS 'KEN FROM STRUCTUR ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE 3 1/2" ACTUAL WOOD STUD 1 /2" GWB 1/2" GWB ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE 2 1/2", 3 1/2", OR 5 1/2" STEEL STUD, U.O.N 41/2" OR 5/8" GWB 1/2" OR 5/8" GWB U.O.N U.O.N ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE GENERAL NOTE: 1. NOT ALL DETAILS APPLY TO PROJECT. SEE WALL TYPES FOR PROJECT SPECIFIC DETAILS. MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com 4 FO MARK W. MACCO;y Gk4$�� '"296004 �w FDP� No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE FLASHING DETAILS Project Number ### Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By M W M Checked By M W M Scale As indicated a Lo 6 7 1N 0 0 N c� SEALANT SEAL THE WINDOW FRAME TO BEHIND OPENING. APPLY A 3/8" NOM. DIA. MOUNTIN( BEAD TO THE BACKSIDE (INTERIOR) FLANGE. OF THE WINDOW FLANGE, IN LINE WITH ANY PRE -PUNCHED HOLES OR SLOTS. 3. JAMB APPLY CONT. SEAL TO THE MOUNTING FLANGES AT THE TOP (HEAD) AND SIDES (JAMBS) 8 1/2" ABOVE THE R.O. AT HEAD SHIM AND ADJUST WINDOW TO ACHIEVE SQUARE, PLUMB, AND LEVEL CONDITION. USE CORROSION RESISTANT FASTENERS. FASTEN WINDOWS PER WINDOW MANUFACTURER FASTENER SPECIFICATIONS. SECTION A SEALANT BEAD BETWEENFLASHIN FLASHING AND MOUNTING FLANGE. FLASHING AT HEAD EXTENDS 1" BEYOND JAMB FLASHING. 5. HEAD EMBED BOTTOM OF THE HEAD FLASHING AGAINST THE PREVIOUSLY APPLIED SEALANT (FLASHING GOES OVER SEALANT). EXTEND HEAD FLASHING BEYOND EACH JAMB FLASHING. FASTEN IN PLACE. INTERIOR TOP LEFT CORNER OF D T ED ES ND D WINDOW INSTALLATION (METHOD B-1) WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER (WRB) APPLIED PRIOR TO THE SECTION A WINDOW INSTALLATION. THROUGH WINDOW STEP FLASHING APPLIED BEHIND THE MOUNTING FLANGE. 1. IN WATER SHEDDING FASHION, STARTING AT THE BASE OF THE WALL & WORKING TOWARDS vv THE TOP, INSTALL THE WRB TO THE FACE OF THE SHEATHING 2. APPLY SILL FLASHING - - 3. APPLY JAMB FLASHING I - J 1: �:_ FLASHIN SEALANT BEAD BETWEEN 4. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT MOUNTING FLANGE AND AROUND THE PERIMETER OF FLASHING. THE BACK SIDE (INTERIOR SURFACE) OF WINDOW MOUNTING FLANGE 4. APPLY A 3/8" NOM, DIA. 5. IMMEDIATELY INSTALL BEAD OF SEALANT TO THE WINDOW BACKSIDE (INTERIOR) OF THE AFTER INSTALLATION USING PAN HEAD SCREWS TO MOUNTING FLANGE ,AROUND SEAL ALL CORNERS OF FACILITATE INSPECTION THE ENTIRE PERIMETER. MECHANICALLY JOINED PLACE BEAD IN LINE WITH FRAMES TO SEAL FRAME 6. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT ANY PRE -PUNCHED HOLES SEAM JUNCTURE. ACROSS THE FACE OF OR SLOTS MOUNTING FLANGE AT HEAD 7. APPLY HEAD FLASHING 8. REMOVE PREVIOUSLY APPLIED j FLASHING AT HEAD EXTENDS TAPE, ALLOWING WRB TO LAY FLAT OVER HEAD FLASHING. `�"� 1" BEYOND JAMB FLASHING. APPLY NEW SHEATHING TAPE SECURE OVER DIAGONAL CUT- SEE WRB �5,- '�@ HEAD 3. JAMB EXTEND JAMB FLASHING TO OVERLAP SILL FLASHING. EXTEND JAMB FLASHING 8 1/2" (220MM) ABOVE ROUGH OPENING AT HEAD. APPLY TAPE AT CORNERS TO TEMPORARILY HOLD FLASHING IN PLACE SILL 7. HEAD APPLY A CONT. SEAL ALONG MOUNTING FLANGE AT THE HEAD. FLASHING GOES OVER MOUNTING FLANGE. EMBED BOTTOM OF HEAD FLASHING AGAINST SEALANT (FLASHING GOES OVER SEALANT). EXTEND HEAD FLASHING BEYOND EACH JAMB FLASHING. FASTEN IN PLACE. CCA I A AIT , SHIM AND ADJUST WINDOW TO ACHIEVE SQUARE, PLUMB, AND LEVEL CONDITION. USE: CORROSION RESISTANT FASTENERS. FASTEN WINDOWS PER WINDOW MANUFACTURER FASTENER SPECIFICATIONS. 1. WEATHER RESISTANT BARRIER (WRB) AT A 45 DEGREE ANGLE, CAREFULLY CUT THE BARRIER ON A DIAGONAL. GENTLY RAISE THE TOP EDGE OF THE BARRIER UP AND TAPE THE TOP CORNERS AND CENTER TO THE EXTERIOR WRB SURFACE ABOVE. INTERIOR TOP LEFT CORNER OF WINDOW INSTALLATION (METHOD Bl STEP 1. APPLY SILL FLASHING 2. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT BACK OF WINDOW FLANGE & SET WINDOW (PAN HEAD SCREWS MUST BE USED TO FACILITATE INSPECTION 3. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT SIDE JAMBS 4. APPLY JAMB FLASHING 5. APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT AT HEAD 6. APPLY HEAD FLASHING 7. IN WATER SHEDDING FASHION, STARTING AT THE BASE OF THE WALL & WORKING TOWARDS THE TOP, INSTALL ALL THE WRB TO THE FACE OF THE SHEATHING. TUCK WRB UNDER SILL FLASHING, AND OVER JAMB & HEAD FLASHING 8. WITH SHEATHING TAPE, CONNECT THE WRB TO THE FLASHING (Al 14 SIDFS) APPLY A 3/8" NOM. DIA. BEAD OF SEALANT TO \ THE BACKSIDE (INTERIOR) OF THE MOUNTING FLANGE \ AROUND THE ENTIRE PERIMETER. PLACE BEAD IN LINE WITH ANY PRE -PUNCHED HOLES OR 2. JAMB EXTEND JAMB FLASHING TO OVERLAP SILL FLASHING. EXTEND JAMB FLASHING 8 1/2" ABOVE ROUGH OPENING AT HEAD. APPLY TAPE AT CORNERS TO TEMPORARILY HOLD FLASHING IN PLACE UNTIL WRB IS APPLIED. WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER (WRB) APPLIED AFTER THE WINDOW INSTALLATION. FLASHING APPLIED OVER THE FACE OF THE MOUNTING SECTION A FLANGE. TNRni iru IAnninOIA/ AFTER INSTALLATION SEAL ALL CORNERS OF MECHANICALLY JOINED FRAMES 1-0 SEAL FRAME SEAM JUNCTURE. 4 SILL 1 SHIM AND ADJUST WINDOW TO ACHIEVE SQUARE, PLUMB, AND LEVEL CONDITION, USE CORROSION RESISTANT FASTENERS, FASTEN WINDOWS PER WINDOW MANUFACTURER FASTENER SPECIFICATIONS. VL/1L/`IV I �C/1U CC I VVCCIV MOUNTING FLANGE AND FLASHING. FLASHING AT HEAD EXTENDS 1" BEYOND JAMB FLASHING. 5. HEAD FLASHIN APPLY A CONT. SEAL ALONG MOUNTING FLANGE AT THE HEAD. FLASHING GOES OVER MOUNTING FLANGE. EMBED BOTTOM OF HEAD FLASHING AGAINST SEALANT (FLASHING / GOES OVER SEALANT). EXTEND HEAD FLASHING BEYOND EACH JAMB FLASHING. FASTEN IN PLACE. NOTE: FOR TYPE "B", JAMB FLASHING IS 4 n BEHIND MOUNTING FLANGE. INTERIOR TOP LEFT CORNER OF [+r -AI AAI \ WALL TYPE AND DIMENSION LEGEND 1/2" OSB 5 1/2" ACTUAL WOOD STUD VAPOR 1 1/2" GWB BARRIER METAL LATHE SCRATCH COAT ❑ BROWN COAT FE_XT1 I FINT J, ALL DIMS L TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE 1/2" OSB 8°° CMU 1" 1/2" GWB VAPOR BARRIER METAL LATHE SCRATCH COAT BROWN COAT EXT INT ALL DIMS 'KEN FROM STRUCTUR ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE 3 1/2" ACTUAL WOOD STUD 1 /2" GWB 1/2" GWB ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE 2 1/2", 3 1/2", OR 5 1/2" STEEL STUD, U.O.N 41/2" OR 5/8" GWB 1/2" OR 5/8" GWB U.O.N U.O.N ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE ALL DIMS TAKEN FROM STRUCTURE GENERAL NOTE: 1. NOT ALL DETAILS APPLY TO PROJECT. SEE WALL TYPES FOR PROJECT SPECIFIC DETAILS. MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com 4 FO MARK W. MACCO;y Gk4$�� '"296004 �w FDP� No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE FLASHING DETAILS Project Number ### Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By M W M Checked By M W M Scale As indicated a Lo 6 7 1N 0 0 N c� 5 2 �� V_ ■ T__. FURR-WALL 6" FOR WS) -, (I LOWS' FURR-WALL 6" FOR 2 LAUNDRY EQUIP.° TURF BLO,,`K PERMEABLE LAUNDRY EQUIP. _ � :1J 3 SURFACE, TYP. 3,145 SF 6 6 I I I o o C/L o 0 1 li N NI W 6" W I I I 1 6 I GARAGE 3 0„ 3 C A 402 557 SF 015 it C/L 015 I 0 C/L I I I SLOPE 1/4 :12 N I SLOPE 1/4":12" - SLOPE 1/4":12" 4 I iv SLOPE 1)4":12" N1 023 22'-7" 8'-5" 6'-3" 6'-3" 8'-5" 22'-7" 023 1 I 1 N I= I 0" ti -6" 3 3 -6" -1 I GARAGE 6 1� 3 I 3I o03 PROVIDE OPENING FOR 003 557 SF 1 I 4 PALM TREE, TYP. 4 0" I I � I I 2 1 3 3 � 2 I 2 4-4 2 I oto R '-0„ _ __--L------L---- --1----L--1--1--L _ M 010 I C/L -64'-4" - � - � STAIR 3 --� STAIR 6 r. 1 I _ 1 6, 1N C/L C� 12 i 1 N012 N C/L C/L I WH WH I I PARTY/DEMISING DRYR a 2 - - 2 D2YER PARTY/DEMISING 1 I `f' WALL, TYP. 5 5 1 WALL, TYP. �� EXTEND FIRE RATED WALL TYPE � (W& FURR-WALL 6" FOR `, -I I - LAUNDRY EQUIP. �° _ °.r FURR-WALL 6" FOR _ 1 1 __ 3 - _ ) LAUNDRY EQUIP. f o 0 -1 C/L C/L o O — 6 N IN 1 I I iW 6„ UJ 6 I I I , I SLOPE 1/4":12" I COURTYARD AREA I SLOPE 1/4":12" — C/L I 015 i 1 0„ 011 015 � GARAGE 5 C/L I I SLOPE 1/4":12" — SLOPE 1/4":12" 548 SF o I 4 I O N o23 00 22'-7" 8'-5" 6'-3" 6'-3" 8'-5" 22'-7" 023 I N rl_ Ll GARAGE 2 -6" -6° 3 548 SF 3 34 6" 4 003 PROVIDE OPENING FOR o03 0" Oil PALM TREE, TYP.3 F7 I Ll 1I 2 41-411 2 i 2 1 i i 3 3 i 41 i 2 i 2 A401 I , _LLT I I 012 (y) - L--1--1 -L --aI STAIR 2 ��„ STAIR 5 RZ" ---- - L- 1-- - M 1 I % ti I 1 C/Lo10 1 -6' 6° 1 010 C/L A 400 1 5 01)U 012 0' 5 N CN C/L C/L I -- WH � I I 1 PARTY/DEMISING DRYE�RJ I WALL TYP. WS) - LO EXTEND FIRE RATED WALL TYPE LO FURR-WALL 6" FOR LAUNDRY EQUIP.` I o Oc N C/L C/L N O TURF BLOCK PERMEABLE SURFACE, TYP. 3,145 SF C/L 3 2 = 2 015_11 1 00 °° 2 - 1 23'-3" 8'-5" 0ff A 301 A 302 Off I I Ll -1 1 4 3 N I 023 -6" -6„ 77 2 I � v � 003 777 I A 300 I GARAGE 1 561 SF o12 SLOPE 1/4":12" A 402 SLOPE 1/4":12" I ---7 SLOPE 1/4":12" I ------ AREA FOR OPTIONAL ELEVATOR. I 8�� RECESS SLAB 1'-0" 4'-8" ------ 12'-7" 112'-6" " 12'-7 8 I 2 -_ ---- ------ _ - i � I � o0' _ _ z z C/L(p J J CO 2 00 Q Q NAl -- C/L N o05D ------ ------- I 1 C0 c0 Nt ' 4'-0" HIGH PNTD. ' 3 � AC i AC i o co 3 CMU WALL. `t 3 L '6tYER @ Description Date b IAI , REVISION 1 , I I 015 i I 4/3/2018 8'-5" - 3 4 003 6" � ------ , , i i , , , , , r-- , (V 2 402 WH I PARTY/DEMISING 1 ( S1 WALL, TYP. FURR-WALL 6" FOR LAUNDRY EQUIP. o I off I 6 3 1 I I A 302 I 23'-3" C/L I - SLOPE 1/ ":12" - - 00 LO 023 N GARAGE 4 012 561 SF O I -6" I I AREA FOR OPTIONAL ELEVATOR. 4'-7" ,( RECESS SLAB 1'-0" -- -- - r 2 I 00 i 2 010 C/L N C/L 3 ------7 -------I M i AC i AC Lf) 1 _ _____________ T _____ _______ ____ _______ ______ ___________ __ __ ___________ 3 FRONT GATE 3 004 1 (STORAGE 1 004 11'-4" UNDER STAIR) (STORAGE 11'-4" UNDER STAIR) I LOWHEIGHT LOUVERED FENCE 1 LOWHEIGHT LOUVERED FENCE TO CONCEAL (2) AC UNITS. A 300 TO CONCEAL (2) AC UNITS. 4'-0" 23'-2" 7'-10" 3'7'-8" 7'-10" 23'- 4'-0" Ir 1ST. FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0" 0 2' 4' 8' NORTH SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" MARK MACCO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com OF FSO Co MARK W. MACCO7 �0 ~ AR96004 C iso G�� BRED p►� ''fir. No. Description Date 1 REVISION 1 11/27/20 17 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE FIRST F PLAN Project Number # Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By M W M A 20 Scale 1/411 = 1'-0" 7 2 2 2 A 400 1 2 A 403 3 A 301 A 4012 38'-9" 3 38'-9" 27'-11" 10'-10" ALIGN. W.I.F. 10'-10" 27'-11" 191-101, 19'-10" of (V N r _ 2 00 4 REF. 3 REF. i 4 00 M � � I 1 co 12'-7" 9'-1" d 12" GRANITE 9'-1" 12'-7" TOP OVERHANG00 0 - O O -1 � w o o w TYP. AT ALL KITCHEN 3'-0" -1 3'-8" O iO M. CLOS 6B MASTER BED. 3 12 GRANITE PENINSULA `�' M 215 SF o1s O 3 -8 3 -0 M M 26 SF 018 7 TOP OVERHANG _ CONDITIONS, ALL UNITS. O 10 O M. CLOS 3B in TYP. AT ALL KITCHEN C°I TI 26 SF ' N 0 PENINSULA i� icy o C) 1 C/L Q CONDITIONS, ALL UNITS. o 0 0 L N ; o 1 `o 4 -1 M LIVING 6 `� q L° � i+o A 402 255 SF ° MASTER 1 o C/L 215 SF 1 KITCHEN 3 A. KITCHEN 6 LIVING 3 1 131 SF � _ = 130 SF � 1 2 255 SF o 0 a c? Cj (� Ln 4 4 2 -67 38'-4" w w 38'-4" 2'-8'� 4 4 in N - 7'-7" 7f_711 Lncc 42" H. 42 H. N 016 007 4 RAILING 3 RAILING 4 007 016 017 3._3.1 2'_4" 2'-4" 4 016 _I 017 4'-7" 4'-0" i 11'-1" 41_711 11'-1 1/2' i 4'-0" 3 3 ° C3 0 ° ° LL_ - A V__ _ 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 w w 17 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 o C/L M. CLOS. 3A o IT `� DN STAIR 3 B DN o o ; - -1 M. BATH 3 POWDER 3 DINING 3 - 72 SF - - - STAIR 6B POWDER 6 `7 M. CLOS. 6A C/L N 33 SF T--- -1 ao 00 0 0 0 0 0 - 89 SF 3,-6„ 33 SF 89 SF -1 C/L C/L 72 SF o DINING 6 33 SF 00 33 SF N 2 ° _ � 00 00 co 89 SF � 11 3-6_ ° 2 L=JN N 1 1 Z 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 0 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 M. BATH 6 CV 4 N co UP w w UP 89 SF �, 4 UL C/L C/L 12'-6" i 9'-1 " REF. 2 -4 21-411 REF. i 12'-6" d 2 1 1 00 EXTEND FIRE RATED WALL TYPE o0 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 31-811 1. 31-011 -Vol EVERY UNIT TO c�LO LO 1 LJ o M. CLOS! 2B OI O HAVE HVAC w _ 0 EVERY UNIT TO 00 1 o C/L M. CLOS. 5B ' _ F N o o HAVE HVAC 3'-0" M 3'-8" C'' 25 SFI O M CHASE. VERIFY C/L C/L 25 SF - 0 O M CHASE. VERIFY d 0 �,� = N i FRAMING M FRAMING iv c9 0181 0 N LOCATION IN - - o1s M C) 0 - c� N N M - LOCATION IN r o - i C/L FIELD. TYPICAL. i� _ - Co FIELD. TYPICAL. � - N -1 C/L O M ° 16" X 14" CLEAR C/L C/L o N MASTER BED 5 M OF 16" X 14" CLEAR SPACE. "' O° _ ;� ti _ 0 `Y' SPACE. ° ° C/L 4 210 SF MASTER BED 2 41 KITCHEN 2 0 210 SF 126 SF o - M M - _ 4 - LIVING 2 ° KITCHEN 5 4 , , ifl _ _ � LIVING 5 N o 243 SF Q C/L C/L o 243 SF 126 SF q N 0 M O ih a - cp `_ 1' 6'-8 1 /2" � 0 o N � � 4 007 4 38'-4" w D w 4 007 4 � 6'-8 1/2" � N "' N M ' 000 CV 017 4 016 016 42" HIGH RAILING W/ 3 3 42" HIGH RAILING W/ 016 016 4 017 WOODTOP RAIL TYP. 31_311 3 3 3_3WOOD TOP RAIL, TYP. - r3 t7 7 2 4'-0" N 11'-0" 4'-4" 4'-4" 11'-0" N 4'-0" 2 STAIR + 2B 3 3 DINING 5 ° In DINING 2 21 20 19 72 SF 0 C 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 89 SF _ 0 ,° ° M. CLOS.I2A _6 89 SF w w b -g M. CLOS. 5A 0 1z 60POWDER 5 M. BATH 5 � C/L 33 SF iv c WD R _ 0 0 0 0 0 o0 - 33 SF 88 SF c `� 33 SF 1 M. BATH 33 SF 0 b _ 1 88 SF 00 M I 4 `n 4 1 ~ ° STAIR 5B Un 4 1 4 N 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 (�f 72 SF10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 4 - N 4 w w 4 I N C/L C/L 2'-4" REF. Z5'-4" 2'-4" 25���L REF. _ EXTEND FIRE RATED WALL TYPE _ 10 i 01 lop 1 1 10'-0" LO � - 0 MASTER BED 1 °O 00 0 M 3'-0" M 3'-8" 00 208 SF 4 3'-8" 3'-0" w 0 C/L CIL " rn = i 4 00 12'-1 0 - OI O _ LIVING 1 0 "' 0 - O i� 0 N i - 12'-10" LO co m O 10 _ 0 N N ° 0 281 SFAV- i) o d- N co MASTERBED 4 Oo C/L ° - - — It o C/L ° o C/L 1 2 C/L o LIVING 4 © 208 SF 0 KITCHEN 1 0 "' _ A 302 _ _ 0 281 SF ° � M O C/L 135 SF 3: o A 301 M ° C/L o iY - 1 M �� M � M KITCHEN 4 0 4 AREA FOR o 0 135 SF 0 M M OPTIONAL M p C/L C/L D M 0 AREA FOR 2'-0" 4 F 8'-11" 0 ELEVATOR w O O -1 OPTIONAL O 2 N 38'-4" 3 ELEVATOR 38'_4" 007 F, A 300 1 �_7�� 017 020 016 42" HI H RAILING W/ UP A 402 UP 42' HIGH RAILING W/ 016 020 017 Av- W00 TOP RAIL 21 1 --- --- - -- -------------- - - --- - 121 WOOD TOP RAIL 2 TYPES: 2 1 3 EQ ECS 4 17 00 1 0 1 PWDR 1 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ METAL LATHE/SCRATCH COAT (TOOTH UP)/ TYP. BROWN COAT/ FINAL SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH. 1 EXTERIOR WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X6 WOOD FRAMING/ R-19 BATT INSULATION/ 1 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ WOOD FURRING STRIPS/ 4" PNTD. HARDIE LAP SIDING (OR EQUAL) N TYPICAL INTERIOR PARTITION WALL: STAIR 70 � 21 SF F O SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH COAT/ BROWN COAT/ SCRATCH COAT (TOOTH UP)/ 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ METAL LATHE/ SCRATCH COA_ (TOOTH UP) /BROWN COAT/ SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH COAT. © 6" TYPICAL INTERIOR PARTITION WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X6 WOOD FRAMING/ 5/8" PNTD DRYWALL 4 4'-8" 5'-9 1/2" ; 4'-0 1/2" M. CLOSET 1 00 o ; DINING 1 60 SF M. BATH 1 0 _ 00 X90 SF'/1 . 2 i 4 I 92 SF m ° � 1 0 00 NO 00 N CE, O N 2 TYPES: 2 1 3 1 4 17 5 1 6 1 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ METAL LATHE/SCRATCH COAT (TOOTH UP)/ BROWN COAT/ FINAL SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH. 1 EXTERIOR WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X6 WOOD FRAMING/ R-19 BATT INSULATION/ 1 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ WOOD FURRING STRIPS/ 4" PNTD. HARDIE LAP SIDING (OR EQUAL) 1 TYPICAL INTERIOR PARTITION WALL: STAIR 70 11 113 SF O 5] F O 217 TYP. 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SUBMIT 1 SAMPLES TO ARCHITECT, A 403 2ND FLOOR PLAN 1 1/4" — V-011 0 2' 4' 8' NORTH SCALE: 1/4" = l'-0" 2 A 402 2 401 M 10 ra u WALL TYPES: WALL TAG: DESCRIPTION(INTERIOR TO 1❑ PARTY/DEMISING WALL: SEE SHEET A 502 20 EXTERIOR WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X6 WOOD FRAMING/ R-19 BATT INSULATION/ 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ METAL LATHE/SCRATCH COAT (TOOTH UP)/ BROWN COAT/ FINAL SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH. 3o EXTERIOR WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X6 WOOD FRAMING/ R-19 BATT INSULATION/ 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ WOOD FURRING STRIPS/ 4" PNTD. HARDIE LAP SIDING (OR EQUAL) ® TYPICAL INTERIOR PARTITION WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X4 WOOD FRAMING/ 5/8" PNTD DRYWALL. 5] STUCCO WINGWALL: SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH COAT/ BROWN COAT/ SCRATCH COAT (TOOTH UP)/ 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ METAL LATHE/ SCRATCH COA_ (TOOTH UP) /BROWN COAT/ SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH COAT. © 6" TYPICAL INTERIOR PARTITION WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X6 WOOD FRAMING/ 5/8" PNTD DRYWALL MARK MACCO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com cl;�. VlOCOARK W. MACCO 7 AR96004 ,414 iso G�� ED 0� No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE 2ND FLOOR PLAN Project Number # Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By M W M A 201 Scale As indicated I STUCCO WING WALL W/ METAL COPING. TYP. 1 A 402 42" HIGH RAIL W/ METAL HANDRAIL. STUCCO WING WALL W/ METAL COPING. TYP. C/L 42" HIGH RAIL W/ METAL HANDRAIL. N co 00 o i DOOR SCHEDULE wt Quantity Manufacturer Description Finish I Width Height Sill Height Hardware Comments 0 8 PGT OR EQUAL PNTD FRAMED OPENING. 3'-0" 3'-0" 8'-0" 0" B 12 PGT OR EQUAL 002 12 TBD EXTERIOR FROSTED GLASS DOOR SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED 2'-4" 8'-0" 0" 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ WOOD FURRING STRIPS/ 4" PNTD. HARDIE 2'-0" 003 12 SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED EXTERIOR FRONT ENTRY DOOR3'-0" 36 PGT OR EQUAL 8'-0" 6'-0" 3'-0" 004 8 E GATE AT AC UNIT STORAGE. PGT OR EQUAL 2'-6" 3'-6" 2'-0" SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED F 005 6 FRONT SECURITY GATE W/ LOCKING MECHANISMS 3'-0" 4'-0" 6'-0" G 12 PGT OR EQUAL 006 12 SOLID CORE PNTD INTERIOR DOOR H t-%----1 L_L_1. 2'-6" 6'-8" 0" 2'-0" 3'-0" 007 12 SOLID CORE PNTD INTERIOR DOOR 3'-0" 8'-0" 0" 008 4 SOLID CORE PNTD INTERIOR DOOR 2'-4" 6'-8" 0" 009 27 SOLID CORE PNTD INTERIOR DOOR 2'-8" 6'-8" 0" 010 12 EXTERIOR GARAGE ENTRY DOOR 3'-0" 6'-8" 011 13 SOLID CORE PNTD INTERIOR DOOR 2'-0" 6'-8" 0" 012 12 SOLID CORE PNTD INTERIOR DOOR 21-811 61-811 014 20 SOLID CORE PNTD DOUBLE DOOR /W FIXED HARDWARE/ NO LOCK 4'-0" 6'-8" 0" 015 12 SOLID CORE PNTD. POCKET DOOR 21-811 61-811 016 22 SOLID CORE PNTD. POCKET DOOR 2'-811 8'-0" 0" 017 12 SOLID CORE PNTD INTERIOR DOOR 21-411 81-011 011 018 8 SOLID CORE PNTD DOUBLE DOOR /W FIXED HARDWARE/ NO LOCK 5'-0" 8'-0" 0" 019 24 GLASS SLIDING DOOR 6'-0" 6'-8" 0" 020 4 SOLID CORE PNTD INTERIOR DOOR 2'-8" 8'-0" 0" 021 10 SOLID CORE PNTD INTERIOR DOOR 2'-611 6'-8" 022 4 SOLID CORE DOUBLE DOOR W/ VENTED PANELS FOR HVAC EQUIP. 4'-0" 7'-0" 0" 023 -624-2— 12 BY OVERHEAD DOORS FROSTED GLASS OR OPAQUE PANEL GARAGE DOOR 16'-0" 8'-0" 21-61151-611 611 f..411M LV LG1. LVV SUBMIT DOOR HARDWARE AND DOOR ELEVATION DRAWINGS TO ARCHITECT FOR APPROVAL. WINDOW SCHEDULE Mark I Quantity Manufacturer Description Height Width Impact Comments A 12 PGT OR EQUAL PARTY/DEMISING WALL: 3'-0" 2'-0" 2� SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED B 12 PGT OR EQUAL 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ METAL LATHE/SCRATCH COAT (TOOTH UP)/ 2'-0" 3'-0" 33 SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED C 56 PGT OR EQUAL 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ WOOD FURRING STRIPS/ 4" PNTD. HARDIE 2'-0" 2'-0" ® SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED D 36 PGT OR EQUAL STUCCO WINGWALL: 6'-0" 3'-0" SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED E 8 PGT OR EQUAL TYPICAL 6" INTERIOR PARTITION WALL: 5'-0" 2'-0" SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED F 52 PGT OR EQUAL 5'-0" 3'-0" SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED G 12 PGT OR EQUAL 1'-4" 5'-0" SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED H t-%----1 L_L_1. 24 nAn PGT OR EQUAL 2'-0" 3'-0" SEE ELEVATIONS FOR OPERABLE VS. FIXED WALL TYPES: WALL TAG: DESCRIPTION (INTERIOR TO EXTERIOR) 1❑ PARTY/DEMISING WALL: SEE SHEET A 502 2� EXTERIOR WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X6 WOOD FRAMING/ R-19 BATT INSULATION/ 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ METAL LATHE/SCRATCH COAT (TOOTH UP)/ BROWN COAT/ FINAL SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH. 33 EXTERIOR WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X6 WOOD FRAMING/ R-19 BATT INSULATION/ 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ WOOD FURRING STRIPS/ 4" PNTD. HARDIE LAP SIDING (OR EQUAL) ® TYPICAL INTERIOR PARTITION WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X4 WOOD FRAMING/ 5/8" PNTD DRYWALL. 55] STUCCO WINGWALL: SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH COAT/ BROWN COAT/ SCRATCH COAT (TOOTH UP)/ 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM/ METAL LATHE/ SCRATCH COAT (TOOTH UP) /BROWN COAT/ SMOOTH STUCCO FINISH COAT. © TYPICAL 6" INTERIOR PARTITION WALL: 5/8" DRYWALL/ 2X6 WOOD FRAMING/ 5/8" PNTD DRYWALL. Z -Material Takeoff - Gypboard Material: Name Material: Area Finishes - Interior - Gypsum Wall Board Finishes - Interior - Gypsum Wall Board 1158 SF� Finishes - Interior - Gypsum Wall Board - 1/2" Finishes - Interior - Gypsum Wall Board - 1/2" 395 SF Finishes - Interior - Gypsum Wall Board - 5/8" Finishes - Interior - Gypsum Wall Board - 5/8" 79902 SF 81454 SF NOTE: ALL WINDOWS IN WET AREAS (INCLUDING SHOWERS) TO RECEIVE A VINYL CLADDING OR COVERING ON INTERIOR TO PREVENT WATER INTRUSION. TYPICAL. MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com F rCrj MARK W. MACC0:71 rn AR96004 ,`1 �qED t No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE SCHEDULES Project Number #i Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By MWM A 20 Scale 12" = 1'-0" NNr- I- C) co N d' 00 T- CD N T- M LO 0 2' 4' 8' SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" T.O. STRUCTURE OIL 34'-11" —STAIR TOWER TOP_PLATEE 33'-11" T.O. MAIN ROOF 33'-0" 3RD LEVEL TOP PLATE 31'-4" 1" SQUARE POWDER COATED METAL RAILING W/ METAL TOP. TYP. 3RD FLOOR PLAN 22'-4" 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE gL 20'-4-4" 2ND FLOOR PLAN 10'-6-6" T.O. 1ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" 1ST FLOOR Is 6" ESTABLISHED GRADE E AT 2 A 401 2 1 1 A 402 A 402 A 400 T.O. STRUCTURE 34'-11" STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE 33'-11" T.O. MAIN ROOF 33'-0" 2'-0" 3'-0" 3RD LEVEL TOP PLATE 31'-4" _ o _ 1" SQUARE POWDER o _ _ o COATED 0 o0 0 °O METAL RAILING W/ METAL 019 019 019 C.0 019 019 � 019 TOP. TYP. 0 E=_ III— 7 E� 0TTI0 c� 0 0 _ 3RD FLOOR PLAN C? 0 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE 2. 20'-4-4" O O / o O O � o c� 0 (PTD. SMOOTH STUCCO) L 1\ k \ i (PTD. SMOOTH STUCCO) 4" PTD. LAP (0 � 4" PTD. LAP o 1 coco M _ 2ND FLOOR PLAN cc, 10'-6" -Tm T.O. 1ST LEVEL PLATE 9' i CD - 00 L --! p ----- 010 010 010 1 ST FLOOR / 611 71F 77� / / / / 11 T ESTABLISHED GRADE r / J SMOOTHS UCCO, TYP. WEST ELEVATION 1/4" = 1'-0" 3 A2 - MARK MACC( ARCHITECT INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com C/j MARK W. MACCO;y �7 ~ AR96004 D P4 No. Description Date 1 REVISION 1 11/27/20 17 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE ELEVATIONS Proect Number 1 Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By M W M Scale 1/411 = 1'-0" 0 r 0 00 r - CD N M =AS - 1/4' C) ILE 1 CV 0 ti O 1 r` (4" PNTD LAP) 12" 21_01! (PTD. SMOOTH :=0O0 STUCCO) (4" PNTD LAP) 0 ----------------- 1 cfl (PTD. SMOOTH STUCCO) 003 \ o (0 o 1 4" PNTD LAP, TYP. — 2 A 401 1 A 400 2 011 O i (PTD. SMOOTH -1 002 o STUCCO) iv O (4" PNTD LAP) 0 -(4" PNTD LAP) O O 0 0 1 c� F 0 1 (PTD. SMOOTH STUCCO) f C O CV 003 0 O o 1 77 177, 77 PTD. SMOOTH STUCCO, TYP. 1 T4O 34'-11 T.O. STRUCTURE " 2'-0" STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE — — — — — — �- — — — — 33'-1111 T.O. MAIN r uu 00 33'-0" 21_011 3RD LEVEL TOP PLATE O � 1" SQUARE POWDER COATED 31'-4" (PTD. METAL RAILING W/ METAL TOP. SMOOTH = 0 = TYP. S O 002 d- STUCCO) r iv - SPACING PER CODE in ( _ (4" PNTD LAP) O (PTD. SMOOTH STUCCO) / N 003 0 O o 4" PNTD LAP, TYP. 1'-0" — won — _ —3RD FLOOR PLAN__ MEN ■■■ W 0 Revision 2 3/6/2018 N ■■■-■■� ��t-�I��1�1�1�� ■■`moi\■� ��i���i���i�■i��i�— _ — 20'-411 (4" PNTD LAP) O (PTD. SMOOTH STUCCO) / N 003 0 O o 4" PNTD LAP, TYP. 1'-0" — Description — _ —3RD FLOOR PLAN__ _ REVISION 1 2214" 0 Revision 2 3/6/2018 N Revision 3 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE — — 20'-411 1 CV) 0 1 — —2ND FLOOR PLAN OIL zo 10'-6" 1 �T�.O.1ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" T T ! PNTD CMU, STACKED BOND WALL. W1 SOLID 2" TOP 1 ST FLOOR_ 6" ESTABLISHED GRADE 011 L 1/4" = 1'-0" MARK MACCO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com F'O � Q. �a C/� MARK W. MACC07 �7 ~ AR96004 �cA,�D PSG No. Description Date 1 REVISION 1 11/27/20 17 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE ELEVATIONS Project Number Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By MW M Scale 1/411 = 1'-0" N 77 O N 00 O N co 0 WEST COURTYARD ELEVATION A2 - MARK MACCO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com No. Description Date 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE ELEVATIONS Project Number ##### Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By MWM A 2_ Scale 1/411 = 1'-O„ d' 77 0 N 4 O r O N co 1 SECTION 1 1/4 1 0 2 1 A 402 A 402 N a2SECTION 2 1/4" = 1'-0" 0 2' 4' 8' SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" -- ' W �l III 2 A 401 1 A 400 ■ 'i m 1-1 El T.O. STRUCTURE 34'-11" ITAIR TOWER TOP PLATE 33'-11" T.O. MAIN ROOF dL 33'-0" RD LEVEL TOP PLATE gr,\ T- M 31'-4" 3RD FLOOR PLA_ NN 22'-4" 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE - 201-411-411 2ND FLOOR PLA_ N� �-O. 1 ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" 1ST FLOOR I 6" ESTABLISHED GRADE 0" T.O. STRUCTURE 34'-11" STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE 33'-11" ti N _ 3RD LEVEL TOP PLATE 31'-4" .4 3RD FLOOR PLAN 0 22'-4" N _ 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE 20'-4" M O _ 2ND FLOOR PLAN 10'-6" T.O. 1ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" 1 ST FLOOR 6" 1ST. FLOOR PLAN oil D MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904.249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com OF 1 0 MARK W. MACCO 7 a7 U AR96004 ,civ D P� No. Description Date 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 3/111 ............ 'i m 1-1 El T.O. STRUCTURE 34'-11" ITAIR TOWER TOP PLATE 33'-11" T.O. MAIN ROOF dL 33'-0" RD LEVEL TOP PLATE gr,\ T- M 31'-4" 3RD FLOOR PLA_ NN 22'-4" 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE - 201-411-411 2ND FLOOR PLA_ N� �-O. 1 ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" 1ST FLOOR I 6" ESTABLISHED GRADE 0" T.O. STRUCTURE 34'-11" STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE 33'-11" ti N _ 3RD LEVEL TOP PLATE 31'-4" .4 3RD FLOOR PLAN 0 22'-4" N _ 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE 20'-4" M O _ 2ND FLOOR PLAN 10'-6" T.O. 1ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" 1 ST FLOOR 6" 1ST. FLOOR PLAN oil D MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904.249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com OF 1 0 MARK W. MACCO 7 a7 U AR96004 ,civ D P� No. Description Date 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE SECTIONS Project Number Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By MWM Scale 1/411 = 1'-0" N ti 0 N 4 0 r O N co LO IF— / v A \ \ \ \ v / / ✓ice/\/\ / \/ \/\. �/ \r �/\/ �/\y SECTION 4 2 1/4" = 1'-0" 0 2' 4' 8' SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" 2 A 400 C 1 A 403 A 403 0 T.O. STRUCTURE 34'-11" STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE 33'- - 0o T.O. MAIN ROOF 33'-0" RD LEVEL TOP PLATE 311-411 d� J zo r 3RD FLOOR PLAN 22'-4" 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE 20'-4-4" _ 2ND FLOOR PLAN 10'-6-6" c — O. 1 ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" -------------- \R\ � \\\/R/\ \ 1 ST FLOOR 6" ESTABLISHED GRADE � V 3 MARK MACCC ARC H I T E C T S INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com (C40MARK °F ��o W. MACCO7 R96004ED P� l No. Description Date 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 0 0 CV d� J zo r 3RD FLOOR PLAN 22'-4" 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE 20'-4-4" _ 2ND FLOOR PLAN 10'-6-6" c — O. 1 ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" -------------- \R\ � \\\/R/\ \ 1 ST FLOOR 6" ESTABLISHED GRADE � V 3 MARK MACCC ARC H I T E C T S INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com (C40MARK °F ��o W. MACCO7 R96004ED P� l No. Description Date 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE SECTIONS Project Number ##### Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CIS Checked By M W M Scale 1/4" = 1'-0" SECTION AT BREEZEWAY 3 3/4" = 1' )OR PLAN 10'-6" EL PLATE OgL 9'-0-0" kRDIE LAP WALL BEYOND. !" AND 1/2" X 10" PAINTED HARDIE ,IA WITH METAL DRIP EDGE. 1/2" BELOW UNC ERSIDE OF SOFFIT AS SHCIWN. DING SEAM METAL ROOF Z AND 7/8"OSB OR ZIPWALL :OLUMN W/ PAIN -I ED 1/2" AL. NCE MOUNTED TO BOTH CMU WALL. ICCO OVER BROWN COAT, AND METAL LATHE. SEE )R CONNECTIONS TO ROOF L SECUIRTY GATE WITH 'ENTRY. SUBMIT SAMPLES TO /ALL. (SEE ELEVATION) 3T FLOOR 6" IED GRADE 0" T.O. STRUCTURE 34'-11" STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE 33'-11" \ T.O. MAIN ROOF 33'-0" \3RD LEVEL TOP PLATE n 31'-4" 3RD FLOOR PLAN 22' - 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE AL 20'-4" 2ND FLOOR PLAN 101- T-0- 1ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" 1 ST FLOOR 6" ESTABLISHED GRADE ��' "ECTION E 1/4" = 1'-0" MARK MACCO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com F F66 MARK W. MACCO yl �7 ~ mG� AR96004 No. Description Date 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE SECTIONS Project Number ### Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By M W M A 2 Scale As indicated T.O. STRUCTURE 34'-11 " STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE 33'-11" 00 T.O. MAIN ROOF 33'-0" D LEVEL TOP PLATE 31'-4" 3RD FLOOR PLAN 22'-4" 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE 201-411^ 11 2ND FLOOR PLAN 10'-6-6" .O. 1ST LEVEL PLATE 9'-0" 1ST FLOOR 6'° ESTABLISHED GRADE SECTION 8 2 1/4" = 1'-0" _ 2 MARK MACCO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com Eel F66 MARK W. MACCO � 17 ~ AR96004 ,41u yip Geo No. Description Date 2 Revision 2 3/6/2018 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE SECTIONS Project Number ####@ Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By MWM Scale 1/411 = 1'-0" SINGLE PLY DUROLAST DRIP EDGE DETAIL OVER 1" X 4" AND 1" X 6°' PAINTED TRIM BOARD BY VERSATEX OR EQUAL. TYPICAL ALL ROOF EDGE — CONDITIONS. SEE MANUFACTURER \ SPECIFICATIONS FOR FLASHING DETIALS, — TYP. UNVENTED ATTIC WITHIN THE BUILDING'S THERMAL - ENVELOPE. NO VAPOR RETARDER ON CEILING SIDE (BOTTOM) OF ASSEMBLY, USE ONLY AIR IMPERMIABLE INSULATION APPLIED IN DIRECT CONTACT TO THE UNDERSIDE OF THE STRUCTURAL ROOF SHEATHING. 3 SINGLE PLY DUROLAST ROOFING MEMBRANE OVER OSB SHEATHING. SEE DUROLAST SPECIFICATIONS FOR SECTION DETAILS. COLOR: WHITE ALL ROOFS. N 1" SQUARE POWDER COATED VERTICAL MEMBERS AT 5" CENTERS PER CODE. SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS TO ARCHITECT. ALL INTERIOR RAILIINGS TO HAVE WOOD TOP, ALL EXTERIOR RAILINGS TO HAVE METAL TOP RAIL TYPICAL. 0 0 0 LO 0 0 17 6 REFER TO ROOF PLAN FOR SLOPE CONDITIONS. T.O. STRUCTURE � — — ' 34'-11" SEE MANUFACTURER'S DETAILS FOR I— — _ STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE FLASHING. TYP. 33'-11 3'-0" T.O.MAIN ROOF — — — — — — — 33'-0" ` STUCCO FASCIA AND EAVE, TYPICAL. — _ 3RD LEVEL TOP PLATE — — 311-411 R-19 BATT INSULATION. 00 —00001 4" PNTD. HARDIE LAP OR EQUAL OVER 7/8" ZIPWALL SYSTEM AND 2X6 STUD FRAMING. 1 jo 4 10 4'I, I� 4"1 o 4"1 Io 4"1 13 2 5/8" PAINTED X GYP BOARD ALL EXPOSED SURFACES OF STAIR TOWER. 3RD FLOOR PLAN 22'-4" LO 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE 20'-4" PAINTED WOOD SILL APRON AT SECOND FLOOR ONLY, TYPICAL. STAIR TOWER TO RECIEVE PNTD WOOD AT SILL ONLY. DRYWALL ALL OTHER N 8 CONDITIONS. Hll O 0 N WOOD FRAMED TREADS AND RISERS W/ THREE SUPPORTIVE STRINGERS, TYP. EACH RUN. FINISHED TOP TREAD TO RECIEVE STAINED HARDWOOD, OR SIM. RISER TO RECIEVE PAINTED HARDIE., OR EQUAL. SUBMIT FLOORING SAMPLES TO ARCHITECT. TREADS TO MATCH HARDWOOD FLOOR ON SECOND LEVEL. TYPICAL ALL STAIRS. SECOND TO THIRD LEVEL STAIR RUNS TO RECIEVE SPECIFIED CARPET OR WOOD. SUBMIT SAMPLES TO ARCHITECT FOR APPROVAL. O 2ND FLOOR PLAN 10'-6" T.O. 1ST LEVEL PLATE 91-011 8 SII _\ T 4" CONCRETE SLAB NOTCHED I INTO STEMWALL. I� -� I 1ST FLOOR 611 .. ° .•o- a dd."n a -° ° :d ° 9• -4 ^= a 9 I d- • 1ST. 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STRUCTURE 34'-11 " MARK MACCO " ARCHITECTS STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND 33'-11" RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS T.O. MAIN ROOF � 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE 33'-0-0" JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 SINGLY PLY DUROLAST ROOFING MEMBRANE (OR EQUAL) OVER OSB SHEATHING. SUBMIT ANY E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com DEVIATION OF ROOFING MEMBRANE TO ARCHITECT. PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) 3RD LEVEL TOP PLATEwww.MaccoArchitects.com FIRESTOP SEALANT APPLIED AT RAFTER PENETRATION. (SOLID WOOD RAFTER TO PERFORM AS WOOD FIRE STOP) FIRE RETARDANT TREATED PLYWOOD SHEATHING WITH DENS DECK PLACED BETWEEN RAFTERS WITH FIRE STOP 3 FIRE RETARDANT TREATED PLYWOOD SHEATHING TO BE USED 4'-0" ON EITHER SIDE OF PARTYWALL PER CODE. PNTD. 5/8" GYP BOARD PER CODE. SMOOTH ,<� OF FINISH WALLS AND CEILINGS. GO MARK W. MACCO7 F— TWO LAYERS 1" DENSGLASS ULTRA m SHAFTLINER INSERTED IN H -STUDS 24" AR96004 O.C. MIN. 3/4" AIR SPACE BETWEEN LINER PANELS AND ADJACENT WOOD OR METAL ED P� FRAMING. SEE SHEET A 502 FOR TYPICAL PARTY WALL SPECS. / FIRESTOP l R-19 BAT INSULATION PAINTED 5" TO 6" PNTD. FLAT STOCK BASEBOARD, TYPICAL ALL BASEBOARD CONDITIONS. FINISHED FLOOR OVER OSB SHEATHING AND OPEN WEB WOOD TRUSS.)R PLAN 22'-4-4" y y _ — 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE 20'-4-4" SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR BEARING CONDITIONS AT PARTY WALL. STRUCTURAL MEMBERS ON ENGINEERING DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER THE DRAWINGS SHOWN ON THIS OR ANY ARCHITECTURAL SHEET. TWO LAYERS 1" DENSGLASS ULTRA SHAFTLINER INSERTED IN H -STUDS 24" O.C. MIN. 3/4" AIR SPACE BETWEEN LINER PANELS AND ADJACENT WOOD OR METAL FRAMING. SEE SHEET A 502 FOR TYPICAL PARTY WALL SPECS. FIRESTOP MARK MACCO, AIA -- R-19 BAT INSULATION NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 PAINTED 5" TO 6" PNTD. FLAT STOCK BASEBOARDS, TYPICAL ALL BASEBOARD CONDITIONS. 2ND FLOOR PLAN_. 10'-6., =A _ — T.O. 1 ST LEVEL PLATE SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR BEARING CONDITIONS AT PARTY WALL. STRUCTURAL MEMBERS ON ENGINEERING DRAWINGS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER THE DRAWINGS SHOWN ON THIS OR ANY ARCHITECTURAL SHEET. 5/8" PAINTED X GYP BOARD AT GARAGE PER CODE. FIRESTOP TWO LAYERS V DENSGLASS ULTRA SHAFTLINER INSERTED IN H -STUDS 24" O.C. MIN. 3/4" AIR SPACE BETWEEN LINER PANELS AND ADJACENT WOOD OR METAL FRAMING. (SEE SHEET A 502 FOR TYPICAL PARTY WALL SPECS.) PAINTED 5" TO 6" PNTD, FLAT STOCK BASEBOARDS, TYPICAL ALL BASEBOARD CONDITIONS. INCLUDING GARAGE. THIN SET PORCELAIN TILE OVER4" CONCERETE SLAB. SUBMIT SAMPLE TO ARC TECT 1ST FLOOR 6" ;a" 4 ,,, ESTABLISHED GRADE 4 Off rrr.. / \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \\ \\\ r / r r rr / / /rrrr / ✓ r r / r r / / / / /rrr / / / r / r \ \\\ \ \ \\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ THICKENED SLAB AT PARTY WALL PER CAL DIMISIN�G/P AR�TYWALL ENGINEERING SPECS. SEE STRUCTURAL 2 TY PI „ _ FOR REBAR SIZING AND LOCATIONS. _ 3/4 1 -0 No. Description Date 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE SECTION DETAILS Project Number Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By MWM A 5 Scale 3/4 = 1-011 0 r� l® (INTERIOR) (EXTERIOR) T.O. MAIN ROOF 33'-0-0" 00 3RD LEVEL TOP PLATE I.z �t CO CANT DECK TO DRAIN. 0 N -"`\TYPICAL SECTION DETAIL AT BACK DECK 3/4 V-0" STUCCO FASCIA AND EAVE. TYP. STUCCO COVERED WING WALL BEYOND. W/ METAL COPING. TYP ALL EXPOSED WING WALL TOP CONDITIONS. 4" DROP AT DECK. SEALOFLEX SYSTEM DECK W/ SAND FINISH, OR PORCELEAIN TILE. SUBMIT COLOR SAMPLES TO ARCHITECT. _3RD FLOOR PLAN 22'-4-4" PROVIDE DRIP EDGE OVER STUCCO OR LAP FACE EDGE. 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE OIL 20'-4" STUCCO: FINISH COAT ON BROWN COAT OVER SCRATCH COAT ON WIRE LATH OVER FLATWRAP HP (WRB) ON TYPAR DRAINABLE HOUSEWRAP OVER WOOD SHEATHING. TYPICAL. —2ND FLOOR PLAN 10'-6"-6"' T.O. 1ST LEVEL PLATE OIL 91-0,. 1ST FLOOR 6'! ESTABLISHED GRADE / — — — 0,. MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com OF Co MARK W. MACCO y AR96004 D P� t No. Description Date 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE SECTION DETAILS Project Number ##### Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By M W M A5 1 Scale 3/4" = 1'-0" \\\\\\\\�\\\ /\�\/\�/�\ i\\\ \�. \,/\\\ /\\ ✓\\\%\\\ \\\//\\%\�/� \ r \ Vii\\��\\ /:.� a `�'�\i \/�\���//�//\ �����i��O����w��� wig �/��%��i�\�/��/��i�\�i���!�\��i.�\�%�i��i��ii��i\iii\\/ii\!, j/\\j�\\j ° j\\ a d ° `- .q • /�\ -"`\TYPICAL SECTION DETAIL AT BACK DECK 3/4 V-0" STUCCO FASCIA AND EAVE. TYP. STUCCO COVERED WING WALL BEYOND. W/ METAL COPING. TYP ALL EXPOSED WING WALL TOP CONDITIONS. 4" DROP AT DECK. SEALOFLEX SYSTEM DECK W/ SAND FINISH, OR PORCELEAIN TILE. SUBMIT COLOR SAMPLES TO ARCHITECT. _3RD FLOOR PLAN 22'-4-4" PROVIDE DRIP EDGE OVER STUCCO OR LAP FACE EDGE. 2ND LEVEL TOP PLATE OIL 20'-4" STUCCO: FINISH COAT ON BROWN COAT OVER SCRATCH COAT ON WIRE LATH OVER FLATWRAP HP (WRB) ON TYPAR DRAINABLE HOUSEWRAP OVER WOOD SHEATHING. TYPICAL. —2ND FLOOR PLAN 10'-6"-6"' T.O. 1ST LEVEL PLATE OIL 91-0,. 1ST FLOOR 6'! ESTABLISHED GRADE / — — — 0,. MARK MACCC ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com OF Co MARK W. MACCO y AR96004 D P� t No. Description Date 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE SECTION DETAILS Project Number ##### Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By M W M A5 1 Scale 3/4" = 1'-0" Georgia-Pacific ; i:. � 11 91 Shaftliner Alliftsums Buildrmaamrless W- — MOLD AND MOISTURE RESISTANT PAPERLESS SOLUTIONS FOR AREA SEPARATION WALLS L, W are I A I L =­'� 11"Irl. ILI - lo -01W11 --y �1. I �, — ,_,_ , � I . - , �� , , , I . " � " ,� 1*1 , ."I'm , ."old - 111 , 7 - , , I I . I I , Area Separation Walls All:;%,., Georgia-Pacific ___ Gypsum Special Conditions 1. When an H -Stud does not align with the adjacent wood framing, insert blocking between wood framing members and attach breakaway clip to blocking using one 1-1/4" drywall screw and to the H -Stud using a minimum of one 3/8" minimum length pan head screw. 2. If gaps are present between back-to-back C -Tracks, caulk using appropriate fire caulking material. 1 When wall framing is spaced greater than 1 " away from the solid 2" Area Separation Wall. Aluminum clips with longer legs are permitted. Contact clip manufacturers including CLARK WESTERN Building Systems and Telling Industries for modified clips. Additional wood blocking can be added between the wood studs to provide clip support. Space wood blocking minimum 3/4" away from Area Separation Wall, -Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall is non -load bearing. The adjacent framed wall can be designed as 4, The solid 2" Georgia load bearing. 5, The wall located adjacent to the solid 2" Area Separation Wall, a minimum of 3/4" away, can be constructed of wood or steel framing. When constructed using steel framing, use a minimum of one 3/8" minimum length pan head screw to attach the aluminum breakaway clip. 6. The support walls located adjacent to, and on each side of the solid 2" Area Separation Wall protect and maintain the required 3/4" air space, offer increased acoustical privacy, and provide necessary aesthetics. These walls can be designed as load bearing and readily accommodate code compliant electrical and plumbing systems. These systems should not impede the required 3/4" air space- Apply acoustical sealant around penetrations for maximum acoustical privacy. 7. The required 3/4" air space can be eliminated if the H -Studs are covered on both faces with 6" wide, 112" DensArmor Plus," Fireguardl,, C or Toughl`lock-�: Fireguardll� C or 5/8" ToughRock Fireguard or 5/8" DensArmor Plus Fireguard gypsum board strips. The gypsum board strips are attached with 1 " drywall screws spaced 12" o.c. to the steel H -Studs. This primarily occurs in accessible attic areas. Attic areas not accessible do not require the 6" wide gypsum board strips, 8. The required fireblocking between floor levels may consist of 2" nominal lumber or two thicknesses of I " nominal lumber with broken lap joints or one thickness of 0.719" wood structural panel with joints backed by 0.719" wood structural panel or one thickness of 0.75" particleboard with joints backed by 0.75" particleboard. Gypsum board, including 1 " DensGlass Ultra', Shaftliner and 5/8" DensArmor Plusdrywall, batts or blankets of mineral wool or fiberglass or other approved materials installed in such a manner as to be securely retained in place shall be permitted as an acceptable fireblock. (Section 717.2.1, 2006 IBC) 9, The Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall assembly can be constructed with or without a parapet. 10- At the intersection of the solid 2" Area Separation Wall and the underside of the structural roof sheathing, cut liner panels at an angle to provide a tight fit to the structural sheathing, The 2" Area Separation Wall is not required to be capped using a C -Stud. Where the shaftliner panels are not tight to the structural sheathing, apply an approved fireblocking material (see Special Conditions, #8) to both sides of the Area Separation Wall. 1 1. There are two code -compliant methods for installing a fire-resistant roof underlayment: the ledger strip method and the partial roof underlayment method. In the ledger strip method, one layer of 5/8" DensArmor Plus Fireguard gypsum board or 5/8" ToughRock Fireguard gypsum board is placed 4' on both sides of the Area Separation Wall. The gypsum board is cut to fit tight between the roof framing members. Nominal 2" x 2" wood ledger strips hold the gypsum board snug to the underside of the roof sheathing and flush with the top of the roof framing. The ledgers are attached to the roof framing and form a continuous strip. The second method is using fire treated plywood at least 4'on both sides of the Area Separation wall. 12. Penetrations through the solid 2" Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall should be protected in accordance with the 2006 IBC Sections 705.9 and 712. For specific installation details consult UL category XHEZ Through -penetration Firestop Systems. 13. Size and protection of openings in the solid 2" Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall shall be in accordance with the 2006 IBC, Section 705.8. When the Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall is designed as a party wall ("Any wall located on a property line between adjacent buildings, which is used or adapted for joint service between the two build- ings") as listed in the 2006 IBC, Section 705.1.1, "Party Walls" openings are not permitted. 14. For specialized end-use areas, such as bathrooms, the adjacent framed walls can be covered with DensShielde Tile Backer in lieu of standard paper faced or fiberglass mat faced interior gypsum board. CAUTION: For product fire, safety and use information, go to gp.curn/safetyinfo. 5 - ral la!ec I �Oofrnllorl arxi vloatt�� Technical Service Hotline 1,800.225,6119 w wwwinigypsuvwcom Area Separation Walls 411, Georgia-Pacif ic Gypsurn Details Typical Roof Junction 1 Layer of 5/8" DensArmor Plus',, Type X gypsum panel (or as required by codes) 1/2" DensArmor Plus* gypsum pane 1/2" ToughRoce gypsum board I � I " 0ensGIass Ultra', Shaftliner panels Caulk (smoke tight joint) 2" x 2" ledger strips Roofing Roof deck � I I � � I i Typical Offset Roof/Wall Detail i i 'a$ — .__ W --O 1011 W__011 - . W__04 111;_!_4 : .. . 2w, 84. . "' � -11 1011 - is to 11MA41111 , — . ��0­�, go - ��_, vz,i III '. 1/2" DensArmor Pluso I " IIU gypsum panel or I 112" ToughRocko I rd Fz:L�_�- ]_I!_U Insulation (optional) I - � .. _ i 3/4" Minimum air space - - - -- Fire blocking 1" DensGlass Ultre I � I Shaft I iner panels --- --­ - - ------- � ; : i � ; � I � CAU71ON: For product fire, safety and use information, goto 9p.com/safetyinfo. ; 9 - For latest information and updates. Technical Service Hotline 1AW225.611119 or www.gpgvp ay clip drig n iimum air space Cantilever Detail Framing Spacing � Back-to-back C-1racks or H -studs mechanically ched with a 3/8" pan head screw 24" o.c. Overview . � , I . � - -, - - - , 1- - � \ , I I The score of ia in the ASTM D 3273 test, indicates no mold growth in a 14, . 11 �. I I C -Track - . . 4 . 1 same results I 5 i : i ; � Ceiling SALES INFORMATION AND ORDER PLACEMENT 1 I ; � 1 2" wide 25 ga. steel strap _ . 6 construction practices, Densm Brand gypsum products provide increased mold 40OF - 50C 9 ft. - 2743 mm mechanically attached to 10 ft. - 3048 mm 125-F - 52-C ,, 12 ft. - 3658 mm ____­­ � __ each H -stud. It crosses with Institute. CAUTION: For product fire, as having a one-hour, two-hour. I a 3/8" pan head screw. safety and use information, or any other fire resistance or USA and Canada: I-OW225-6119 11 Both sides of solid 2" gypsum protection rating and, therefore, I The information in this document HANDLING AND USE shaft wall, Use two screws may change without notice. CAUTIOM This product contains fire rated assemblies/systems, at ends. Visit out website at www, fiberglass. Fibers and dust may does not mean that either a . 11 ____ ­ H -Studs spaced 24" be released from this product � . I 1 " DensGIass Ultra's incorporating the product, or I LIMITATION OF REMEDIES AND DAMAGES result in skin, eye and respiratory irritation. Avoid breathing dust Shaftliner panels erdld3jiDa leStIng 11ftd CWifiCJrJM 0(qaMJ3t�D(?r Its pfogfm SPW$ I I I 1. " i , 1- C -Track I—_ ,, I - Back-to-back C -track screen 2 layers 5/8" Type 'X' mechanically attached with a gypsum board panels 3/8" pan head screw 8" o.c. for the soffit within Use two screws at top near 4' of property line. comers. , 3' max. limited to reimbursement of the surn.com Area Separation Walls -_ Product Overview Georgia-Pacific Gyp -,u- - Fiberglass Mats r0,1\ Moisture Resistant Gypsum Core CNNWAUA" utt"* shaluNw, r. 200-1 Gea,qsa Pac�vic Gypswn LLC Georgia-Pacific Gypsum has removed the paper facings and replaced them with fiberglass mats for superior mold and moisture resistance compared to paper faced drywall, o Paperless fiberglass mats eliminate a potential food source for mold and may reduce remediation and scheduling delays associated with paper faced dtywall, e Replaces traditional paper faced shaftfiner o Backed with a 12 -month limited warranty against In-place weathe'r exposure damage (delarnination, deterioration and decay)* *For complete warranty visit www-gpgypsum.com When tested, as manufactured, in accordance with ASTM D 3273, Oens6lass Ultra,'� Shaftfiner panels scored a 10, the highest level of performance for mold Table of Contents Framing Spacing resistance under the ASTM D 3273 test method. 16 in, - 406 mm Overview . � , I . � . 21 The score of ia in the ASTM D 3273 test, indicates no mold growth in a Components , ..... . . . 3 4 -week controlled laboratory test The mold resistance of any building product Installation Instructions. . . . . 4 when used in actual iob site conditions, may not produce the same results Special Conditions ......... 5 as were achieved in the controlled, laboratory setting. No rnaterial can be SALES INFORMATION AND ORDER PLACEMENT 24 in. - 61 0 mm considered mold proof When properly used with good desigrt, handling and Assemblies, , . . , � . � � ... _ . 6 construction practices, Densm Brand gypsum products provide increased mold 40OF - 50C 9 ft. - 2743 mm resistance compared to standard paper faced wallboard. Details . ....... _ � _ � ., . 8 Architectural Specifications , � ,. . � ,. 10 CAUTION- For product fire, safety and use information, go to gp.corwsafetyrinfo. 2 � , I I I fJLJPdatF!,. Technical Service Hodinell,8DO-225.611119ir wwwgipigypsion,co"I Area Separation Walls Georgia�Pacilfic GYP ­JM System Assemblies - 2 -Hour Ratings Construction Detail Assembly Components STC Test Reference I I I I ­___ , � � ------- :_,::_:::I7-, -,_-___ ­ I I 1_-___-_ I Two layers 1 " DensG lass Ultra,'� 60 UL DESIGN U373 ­-­- — - 1 Shaftliner inserted in H -Studs 24" o.c. U LC W312 " 2 (0( 1) (" " I � ;�,� I � () N--'- Min, 3/4" air space between liner WHI GP/WA 120-03 , I ) ( � 0006816880M(' M JQU panels and adjacent wood or metal HAL TL89-383 L­-,:�':�, -1 ­­­­,__�� ,,-_,,,,,' -, -Irl-111111- __ , 9(( __ _._��___=__ ___:_ - __" - ------7- � framing. I - - Two layers 1 " DensGlass Ultra 60 U�L DESIGN U373 ULC DESIGN W312 -Studs 24" o.c. Shaftliner inserted in H Min. 3/4" air space on both sides must VIHI GP/VVA 120-04 -383 be maintained between liner panels and B3sed on RAL TL89 adjacent framing. Sound Tested with 2" x 4" stud wall with 112" DensArmor Plus-'� gypsum board each side of assembly and 3-1 2" � glass fiber in stud space both sides� � I I I - I - 3" I -11_---- 1111-1-1-- i Part. Thickness, 38 est. VIM 495-0743 I il I __ I I Weight per Sq. Ft.: 9.5 �_ - I — r= _� I Two layers 1 " DensGlass Ultra Shaftliner inserted in H -Studs 24" o.c. H -Studs cov- � ered using 6" wide or 1/2" DensArmor I I Plus Fireguard- C Interior Panel or 1/2" : ToughRocV Fireguard C gypsum board, � Breakaway clip facings and height of wall differ between OL Design U373 and WHI GPIWA 120-041. Gypsum Panel Thickness Framing Spacing 1/4 in. - 6.4 mm 16 in, - 406 mm 1/2 in. - 12.7 mm 24 in. - 610 mm 5/8 in. - 15.9 mm Fastener Spacing I in. - 25.4 mm 2 in. - 51 mm Gypsum Panel Width 2.5 in. - 64 mrn 2 ft. - 610 mm 7 in. - 178 mm, 4 ft, - 1219 mm 8 in. - 203 mm 32 in. - 813 mm 12 in. - 305 mm Gypsum Panel Length 16 in. - 406 mm SALES INFORMATION AND ORDER PLACEMENT 24 in. - 61 0 mm 4 ft, - 1219 mm FIRE SAFE1Y CAUTION: 5 ft. - 1524 mm Temperature 8 ft. - 2438 mm 40OF - 50C 9 ft. - 2743 mm 50OF - 100C 10 ft. - 3048 mm 125-F - 52-C ,, 12 ft. - 3658 mm ____­­ � __ CAUTION: For product f ire, safety and use information, go to gp.com/safetyinfa. I I - I I _ : �: Technical Service Hotline 1-800-225.6119 �.a vvvvvv.9pgypxum.com Area Separation Walls ,4��,L Georgia-Pacific Gypsk— ____ � ____ '' __ - __ Architectural Specifications Part I - General 1.0 Description of Work The type of work specified herein includes, but is not limited to, Area Separation Wall systems. 1.1 (luallity Assurance Fire Resistance Ratings: Provide fire resistance rated assemblies identical to those indicated by reference�to UL (Underwriters Laboratories), ULC (Underwriters' Laboratories Canada) or WHI (Warnock Hersey International) ITS numbers or in listings of other agencies acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. � 1.2 Qualifications All area separation wall shaftliner and gypsum board and joint treatment materials shall be manufactured or provided by Georgia-Pacific Gypsum LLC. The steel framing components and aluminum breakaway clips shall be provided by a steel manufacturer authorized by Georgia-Pacific Gypsum LLC unless otherwise indicated. All materials shall bE installed in accor- dance with printed installation instructions as required by the testing agency. System must be constructed to rneet any applicable code requirernents. 1.3 Submittals Product Data: Submit Georgia-Pacific Gypsum's descriptive literature for each area separation wall compcnent indicating materials, dimensions, finishes and other data required to show compliance with the specifications. 1.4 Delivery, Storage and Handling Deliver materials in original packages, containers or bundles bearing Georgia-Pacific Gypsum's brand na e and identification. Product also may be wrapped in temporary factory -applied plastic packaging (plastic wrap) that must be removed upon receipt. Failure to remove the plastic shipping covers and plastic wrap may result in entrapment of condensation or moisture, which may cause application problems. Store materials flat, inside, under cover. Keep materials dry and protect from weather and damage from construction operations and other causes. Handle area separation wall components to minimize damage to edges, ends or surfaces. Protect metal accessories, framing and trim from bending and damage. 1.5 Project Conditions Environmental Requirements: Comply with the requirements of gypsum board application standards and recommenclations of Georgia-Pacif ic Gypsum for environmental conditions before, during and after application of DensG lass Ul �ra;,'� Shaftliner and ToughRock,li gypsum board or DensArmor Plus� gypsum panel. Part 2 - Products 2.0 Materials A. Metal Framing: 1. Steel H -Studs, rninimurn 25 -gauge, galvanized, and conforming to applicable sections of ASTM C 645� Lengths as required. 2. C -Track, minimum 25 -gauge, galvanized, in 10' lengths. 3. Aluminum breakaway clips, 2" x 2-1/2" x 0.063". B. Gypsum Board: 1. Shaftliner: 1" DensGIass Ultra Shaftliner, Type X conforming to ASTM C 1658 or ASTM C 1396. 24" wide with double beveled edges. Lengths as required. 2. Gypsum board: 1/2" ToughRocko Fireguard",, C gypsum board or 5/8" ToughRock Fireguard Type X gypsum boarcl,� 112" DensArmor PlusO Fireguarcl,,� C gypsum panel or 5/8" DensArmor Plus Fireguard Type X gypsum panel meeting the relevant physical requirements of ASTM C 1396, ASTM C 36, ASTM C 1658 and ASTIM C 11 77. C, Fasteners: For 25 -gauge framing, Type S screws. D. Miscellaneous Materials: Acoustical sealant, CAUTION: For product fire, safety and use infurruation, go to gp.com/Safetyinfo. �j) � � L I r Area Separation Walls A'*L. Georgia-Pacific Gypswm The Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall assembly is designed for use in multi -family, multi -story townhouses as a firewall with a total height up to 50 feet (page 1 1, Limitations). Because it is constructed using gypsum board, the assembly is easy to erect and secure, meets all building code requirements, and provides economical fire protection and sound controL The Area Separation Wall is constructed once the framing for one townhouse unit is complete and prior to the construction of the adjacent unit. The assembly is constructed at the foundation and continues either to the underside of the protected roof sheathing or through the roof to form a parapet. The assembly is linked to the adjacent framing with aluminum breakaway clips that allow for collapse of the fire -exposed unit without collapse of the solid Area Separation Wall, Because the assembly will be exposed to the elements during construction, Georgia-Pacific Gypsum offers increased protection to the owner, builder and architect with a moisture and mold resistant shaftliner panel - DensGlass UltrW,' Shaftliner, Components 2x4 Wood Framing 1 " DensGlass Ultra Shaftliner Panel Insulation Min. 3/4" air space between 2" Area Separation Wall and Wood Framing 2" H -Studs 24" o.c. Back-to-back C -Tracks 112" DensAn-nor Pluse Gypsum Panel Aluminum Breakaway Clip Fire Blocking per Code The Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall is constructed using 1 -inch thick, 24 -inch wide paperless DensGlass Ultra Shaftliner panels, 25 gauge steel H -studs, 25 gauge steel C -track and 2" aluminum breakaway clips. DensGlass Ultra Shaftliner panels consist of a moisture resistant core with coated fiberglass mats front arid back. Deiisclass Ultra Shaftliner panels are offered with a 12 -month in-place exposure limited warranty against delamination, deterioration and decay and a 5 -year limited warranty against manufacturing defects. Fire Testing and Building Code Compliance The Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall has been fire tested to ASTIM E 119 and CAN/ULC S-101. The Georgia-Pacific Gypsum 2 -hour fire -rated Area Separation Wall assembly, constructed using DensGlass Ultra Shaftliner panels, is listed by Underwriters Laboratory (UL), Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC) and Warnock Hersey International (WHI/ITS) and meets the requirements of the 2006 International Building Code (IBC) Section 705 "Party Walls", and Section 705, "Fire Walls". The Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall assembly is listed in the UL Fire Resistance Directory under UL Design U 373, the ULC Fire Resistance Directory ULC Design No. W312 and the WHI Fire Resistance Directory under WHI GP/WA 120-04. For copies of these listings, please contact Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Technical Services at 1-800-225-6119, CAUTION: For product fire, safety and use information, go to gp.convsafetyinfo. �� , : I I i J iir(Wes: Technical Service Hotline 1=225.61119w www.gligypsum.c9iii Area Separation Walls 'Allb.- Firewall Basics AMEN1111111a.- �" ,, , ALGeorgia-Pacific Gyps—, 11 I '�.,_ _�', . � I I I , 1. " -in, vo i i, I ,�4 k,'�� , , , . I ,� ,"I - I _0 � , � 9 L T,_114, � . t I,, 1, ." 1. �, 11�, 11 " I I , I 1 1, � , - :11 ,ii# , ,?r " I , ,,� "' - "I I , ­,,�', �� , � , - - - i I � ii,�4R&�,,��,J.j '' - k ., , 1,11.1'', ,,, ". 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CAUTIM For product fire, safety and use information. go to gia.coullisefetyinfo. - I I I'll . ­ . ,t�,� Tech"ical Service Hollitte 1.8*225.6119m www9tigypsom.co"I Area Separation Walls Ad%L Georgia-Pacific Gyp-., Part 3 - Execution 3.0 General Follow Georgia-Pacific Gypsum recommendations for installation of metal framing and gypsum board for area separation walls. 3.1 Installation Foundation: Position 2" C -Track at floor and attach securely to foundation at ends and 24" o.c. Caulk under runner at foundation with min. 1/4" bead of acoustical sealant when specified to reduce noise transmission, First Floor: Start the wall with a vertical C -Track at one end and install two DensGlass Ultra,", Shaftliner panels. Install H -Studs and insert DensGlass Ultra Shaftliner panels. Attach two thicknesses of 1 " DensGlass Ultra Shaftliner panels vertically in C -Track with long edges in H -Stud. Continue installing H -Studs and shaftliner alternately until wall is complete. Attach horizontal C -Track to top of shaftliner panels, fastening flanges of C -Track at all corners on both sides of shaftliner with minimum of one 3/8" minimum length drill point screws, Intermediate Floors: Attach C -Track to C -Track cap on wall below. Fasten C -Tracks together using two 3/8" minimum length screws at ends and 24" o.c. Fasten H -Studs to adjacent framing with aluminum breakaway clips. Attach breakaway clips to H -stud with a minimum of one 3/8" minimum length drill point screw and to adjacent wood framing with 1-1/4" drywall screw. Install fire blocking between solid wall system and adjacent framing at floor lines, bottom of truss line and any other locations according to code requirements. When the UL Design U373 Area Separation Wall assembly is specified, the breakaway clips should be located vertically at each floor level (10'0" o.c.) and horizontally on every H-Slud (24" o.c.). When the total height of the Area Separation Wall exceeds 23'0", breakaway clips shall be installed every 5'0" maximum for the lower 20" and every 1 0'0" maximum for the upper 24'0" of the wall assembly. Breakaway clips are installed on both sides of the Area Separation Wall. When the WHVITS Design GP/WA 120-04 Area Separation Wall assembly is specified, the breakaway clips should be located vertically at each floor level (10'0" o.c.) and horizontally on every other H -stud (48" o.c.). When the total height of the Area Separation Wall exceeds 20'0", breakaway clips shall be installed vertically every 8'0" maximum for the lower 20'0" and every 10'0" maximum for the upper 30'0" of the wall assembly. Hoot: Cut DensUlass Ultra Shattliner panels and H -Studs to follow root pitch. Fasten H -Studs to framing with an aluminum breakaway clip. Fiberglass Insulation: Friction -fit fiberglass blanket insulation within cavities. Interior Finish-, Apply gypsum board as specified to wood studs with screws or nails in conventional manner. 3.2 Accessories Joint System: Finish all face layer joints and internal angles of wood stud wall with ToughRock* joint treatment applied according to manufacturer's directions. Spot exposed fasteners on face layers and finish corner bead, control joints and trim as required. Metal Trim: Where partition or ceiling terminates against masonry or other dissimilar material, apply metal trim over drywall edge. Control Joints: Gap gypsum board behind joint and back with double framing. Attach control joint on both flanges along entire length of joint. Limitations Unsupported wall height between floors should not exceed 12 feet. May be used in buildings up to four stories. The UL Design U373 Area Separation Wall assembly was evaluated at a height up to 44' and the WHI/ITS GP/WA 120-04 Area Separation Wall assembly was evaluated at a height up to 50'. Service cutouts or through penetrations shall be installed and protected in accordance with the building code. Do not install insulation in the system until the building has been properly closed in. The specifier or user should determine prior to installation that the local building and fire code authority permits the installation of gypsum Area Separation Walls as a fire wall and that the insuring group will not penalize the owner. Provide for deflection of live -loaded floor assemblies by using relief joints or floating trim. CAUTION: For product I ire, safety and use information, go to gp.com/safetyinfo. 11 - i-ui IdIttst Julotaiabon aw Updates! Technical Service Hothue 11AOUZ5.6119 w wvvw.gpgypsum.com Area Separation Walls A�*L Georgia-Pacific Gypsum --,-- ....--— Installation Instructions The Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Area Separation Wall is constructed once the framing for one townhouse unit is complete and prior to the construction of the adjacent unit, The solid 2" Area Separation Wall is constructed a minimum 3/4" away from the adjacent framing, which is typically constructed from wood. In many cases the area separation wall is positioned I " away from the wall framing to accommodatethe 1" DensGlass Ultra* Shaftliner panels used as fireblocking between the floor levels. The UL Design U373 Area Separation Wall assembly was evaluated at a height up to 44' arid the WHVITS GP/WA 120-04 Area Separation Wall assembly was evaluated at a height up to 50'. Erecting the 2" Area Separation Wall 1. Position 2" C -Track a minimum 3/4" from the framed wall of the adjacent unit. Fasten C -Track to foundation with fasteners spaced a maximum of 24" o.c. When specified, apply a minimum 1/4" bead of acoustical sealant under the C -Track to maximize acoustical privacy. Run the C -Track to the end of the foundation. In case of offset units, run the C -Track to the end of the shared common wall. - 2. Start the wall with a vertical C -Track at one end. Install two 1 " shaftliner panels vertically with either side facing out* into the C -Track at one end of the area separation wall. Install the H -Stud over the double beveled edges of the shaftliner panels -Track. and continue alternately until the wall has reached the opposite end of the foundation. Terminate the wall using a C The vertical C -Tracks at each end of the wall should be attached in the corners to the horizontal sections of C -Track using a minimum of one 3/8" minimum length pan head screw. * Note: some authorities may require labeling to be visible. 3. Cap the first section of the Area Separation Wall with a C -Track and attach to the vertical C -Track in the corners using a minimum of one 3/8" minimum length pan head screw. 4. Breakaway clips span the minimum 3/4" air space and provide a fusible link between the H -Studs and the adjacent wall framing. Attach the breakaway clips to the flange of the H -Stud using a minimum of one 3/8" minimum length pan head screw and to the adjacent wood framing using a minimum of one 1 " minimum length drywall screw. When the UL Design U373 Area Separation Wall assembly is specified, the breakaway clips should be located vertically at each floor level (10'0" o.c.) and horizontally on every H -Stud (24" o.c.). When the total height of the Area Separation Wall , exceeds 23", breakaway clips shall be installed every 60" for the lower 20" and every 10'0" for the upper 24'0' of the wall assembly. Breakaway clips are installed on both sides of the Area Separation Wall. When the WHI/ITS Design WHI 120-04 Area Separation Wall assembly is specified, the breakaway clips should be located vertically at each f loor level (1 0'0" o.c,) and horizontally on every other H -stud (48" o.cl. When the total height of the Area Separation Wall exceeds 20'0", breakaway clips shall be installed vertically every 8'0" maximum for the lower 20'0" and every 1 0'0" maximum for the upper 30'0" of the wall assembly. 5. Fireblocking is installed on both sides of the Area Separation Wall at each floor level as defined in Section 717.2.1 of the 2006 IBC. (See details section). For approved fire -blocking materials, see Special Conditions, Item 8. 6. To continue the wall, install a C -Track over the C -Track used to cap the lower section, placed back to back and attached together with a minimum of one 3/8" minimum length pan head screw spaced 24"o.c. (See details section), 7. If a parapet is not specified, see Special Conditions, #1 1 for two code -compliant methods for installing a gypsum board roof underlayment. 8. Once the 2" Area Separation Wall is erected, construction of the adjacent interior wall framing can begin. Breakaway clip and fire -blocking installation is identical for both sides of the 2" Area Separation Wall, Aluminum Angle Clip C -Track, Cap, Edge H -Stud, 25 -Gauge or End Closure I L i � I I i . � If ­____.___, i -"-- I I i I I � . . 2-1/4" - . I- 2' ------. 2 112" . . CAUTION: For product fire, safety and use information, go to gp.com/safetyinfo. 4- Ftitlate�,-tit)fr)rm,,itiotiii�du�)(L-ii� Techiiical Service Hotline 1.800,225,6119 in wwwgplrypsuel.conk Area Separation Walls Abla, Georgia-Pacific � Gypsum Details Full Wall Fire blocking as required 2" x 4" Stud framing Aluminum break away clip 3/8" Pan head screw Sealant Acoustic sealant * require( Joist 2" C -track fastener 24" o.c. I Foundation Intersection at roof Intermediate floor Roof deck per code requirement Roof truss to -back C -tracks " Drywall screw nsGIass Ultra" Shaftliner panels ,3t;aiant, as required Attic - Adjacent to Trusses* I " DensGIass Ultra Shaftliner panels . H -stud I - I =0111�__ - i �7��_ No minimum air space � . i _1__1__-__ I - 111---1-1-11- - �_� E� �� -=--- - Wood truss 6" Wide 112" DensArmor Plus" Fireguard,* C panels or 1/2" ToughRock,1 Fireguard', C *Only applies if solid wall is accessible. gypsum board batten strips If not accessible, the 1/2" Type C strips are not required. CAUTION: For product I ire, safety and use information, go to gla.com(safetyinfit. - I . I i"l � "I .;,: . iiin. Technical Service Hotline 11.800225-6119 w vvvvvv.9pyypsuni.corn Build Paperless with Dens"m Brand gypsum products from Georgia-Pacific Gypsum DensArmor Plus' Paperless Interior Drywall DensArmor Plus is the first fiberglass mat drywall panel designed as a replacement for paper faced panels in commercial building interiors. DensArmor Plus ha,; fiberglass mats and a moisture -resistant core which provides superior moisture and mold resistance when compared to traditional paper faced drywall. Georgia-Pacific Gypsum offers a six-month in-place weather exposure warranty which means DensArmor Plus can be hung before installing doors and Mndows. DensArmor Plus has received both GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD Children & Schools" Certifications for low emitting products. DensArmor Plue Abuse Guare Paperless Interior DensArmor Plus Abuse Guard is the first abuse resistant panel designed as a replacemeiit for paper faced panels in cornmerciai buiiding interiors. DensArmor Plus Abuse Guard has fiberglass mats and a moisture -resistant core, providing superior moisture and mold resistance when compared to traditional paper faced drywall and is formulated for high traff ic areas such as corridors in hospitals, schools and other public buildings, DensArmor Plus Abuse Guard comes with a six-month in-place weatlier exposure warranty and has received both GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD Children & Schoolsw Certifications for low emitting products, DensGlass Gold" Exterior Sheathing DensGlass Gold exterior sheathing is a moisture -resistant gypsum panel used for building envelopes, ceilings and soffits� Its paperless. fiberglass mats and moisture - resistant core resist the effects of surface water exposure dtging and after construction, and has superior resistance to mold compared to competitive products. With a 20 -year track remd, DensGlass Gold sheathing is so weather resistant irs backed with a 12 -month in-place weather e)posure warranty. DensGIass Gold is the preferred sheathing for use under brick, stone, stucco, and EIFS siding materials and is recognized throughout the industry by its COLOR GOLD'. DensShieldO Tile Backer DensShield tile backer is the superior moisture -and mold -resistant substrate for tile. DensShield manages moisture better with a built-in moisture barrier and highly water-resistant core: manages fire better with 5/8" DensShield having a Type X core; and manages costs better since it's easier to use and specify than cement based file backers - no vapor barrier needed in wet areas or mineral wool for a fire rating. Georgia-Pacific Gypsum backs DensShield tile backer with a 20 year limited warranty when used in commercial applications. DensGlass Ultrall Shaftliner DensGlass Ultra Shaftliner is the ideal component for gypsum board shaft wall, stairwell and area separation wall/fire wall systems when a fire rating is required- DensGIass Ultra Sliaftliner incorporates a moisture- and mold -resistant, noncombustible Ias described and tested in accordance to ASTM E 136) gypsurn core with paperless fiberglass inats to resist exposure to fe elements during the early stages of ft construction cycle and is backed by a 12-morilli in-place weater exposure warranty. It's the perfect substitute for heavy, expensive masonry construction and provides a sound rating of 60 as part of an insulated stud wall assembly. DensDeckO Roof Board DensDecV, roof board is designed to address four persistent challenges inherent in commercial roofing assernblies� fife resistance, moisture resistance, strength and dimensional stability. With over 20 years of performance, DensDeck has proven its toughness and versatility and is used in a Wde variety of systems as a coverboard, fire barrier overlayment, thermal barrier underlayment, vapor barrier substrate, and in re -roof and re-cover board applications. Fiberglass mat gypsurn board like DensDeck is recommended as a coverboard in low -slope wirlbrane roof systems by the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) and the Midwest Roofing Contractors Association (MACA). DensDeck PrimeO Roof Board DensDeck Prime roof board combines the superior features of DensDeck roof board, including fire resistance, strength, moisture resistance and dimensional stability, with an P.nhanr.p.d rurfam trpatmp.nt Thp cnitp.d sni-facp of npnsnp.ck Primp providp..,; an idpal gifttrallp fnr a wi&. varip.ty nf adhp.rpd rnofing .-ygtpm.q hyalln%Wing a uniform spread of adhesives, which results in a strong, consistent bond, DensDeck Prime can be used in cold mastic, torch applied modified bitumen as well as fully -adhered, single -ply systems, DensDeck OuraGuarl:10 Roof Board DensDeck DuraGuard roof board combines ilie superior features of DensDeck roof board, including fire resistance, strength, inoisture resistance and dimensional Mability, with a durable, low perm, integrated coating. This coating providps an ideal substrate for a wide viriety of adhered roofing systems, including self -adhered, hot -mopped membranes, and torched asphaltic systems. The coating assures a more uniform spreading of adhesives, an excellent coverage rate, and it enhances the bond strength of membrane system -to -board without the need for field priming with a number of systems. MARK MACCO A R C H I T E C T S INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904, 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com OF It , ,,<�-, , 4 'Ir � (-� ., Co MARK W. MACCO7 M �_ M Q 0 AR96004 .40 k, r"" "' 4$;��e Dr 0 A A M. , A.- P�k`p "I �,�, / � I / / 0 1 (��/Olt_& I I Alelf� I No. I Description � Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE I PARTY WALL SPECS. Project Number _L1_LL_LL_LL_LL *fRf f Fff Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By MWM Checked By MWM - A 5 2 Scale I - W_ W C.0 co 6 N 4 00 T_ o CN -_ T_ C11) Lf- .) 7RADEMARKS not be responsible under any areas or when very dusty. Do Georgia-Pacif ic The Georgia-Pacific logo and circumstances for lost profits, not use a power saw. 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MACCO7 M �_ M Q 0 AR96004 .40 k, r"" "' 4$;��e Dr 0 A A M. , A.- P�k`p "I �,�, / � I / / 0 1 (��/Olt_& I I Alelf� I No. I Description � Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE I PARTY WALL SPECS. Project Number _L1_LL_LL_LL_LL *fRf f Fff Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By MWM Checked By MWM - A 5 2 Scale I - W_ W C.0 co 6 N 4 00 T_ o CN -_ T_ C11) Lf- .) Installation AD TYPAus Typar"' DW Weather Protection Systerr Pre -Installation Considerations When installing Typar DW as the primary air barrier, consider the following: • Flash wall penetrations (such as outlets, exhaust •Tape all seams with Typar AT Flashing. Surface must vents, etc.) with proper shingling technique to be clean and dry and tape must be adhered using a maintain drainage to the exterior foam roller or hand applicator • Flash windows and doors according to building code 'Seal the bottom of the first course to the foundation requirements. Surface should be clean and dry. All or sill plate using approved sealant self -adhered flashing must be adhered using a foam roller or hand applicator. Typar AT Flashing should • Seal the top of the last course to the sheathing or be stored inside or in conditioned space prior to top plate installing in cold temperatures - Tape/seal all penetrations and tears. Surface must be • Install windows and doors per manufacturers' clean and dry and tape must be adhered using a foam installation instructions roller or hand applicator • Tape all tears and holes that may have been Use cap fasteners inadvertently introduced during the construction To achieve 15 YEAR PRODUCT AND LABOR process LIMITED WARRANTY: • Typar DW can be installed in any direction with the Install with Typar wall system accessories spacers facing to the exterior and still maintain its • Cap -fasteners must be used (any brand) drainage characteristics - Typar AT Flashing must be used as the self -adhered • Taping of housewrap seams is not recommended flashing for windows, doors and other penetrations unless housewrap will serve as the primary air barrier • Typar Flex Flashing can be used in conjunction with TyparAT Flashing to treat sills BENEFITS OF NOT TAPING SEAMS: •Taping seams of housewrap is optional, but Typar AT • No reverse flashing introduced into the drainage plane Flashing (4 inches or wider) must be used if seams resulting in an unobstructed drainage path are taped • No potential for trapped condensation • Lower cost (as much as 13%) • No impact on warranty coverage by manufacturer 2 Installation Instructions: TYPAR Typar" DW Pot,:, gran Sys e��)r E. To use Typar Flex Flashings instead of corner patches, place a Typar Flex Flashing in each sill corner and fasten in place with a staple, Install pre-cut Typar AT Flashing over corner patches. Install Typar AT Flashing to extend at least 6 inches up the side of each jamb inside window opening. R Apply caulk/sealant at jambs and head. G. Install flanged window. H. Install Typar AT Flashing to the side jambs. Surface should be clean and dry and self - adhered flashing should be applied using a foam roller or hand applicator. 1. Install drip cap. Install Typar AT Flashing header flashing, Surface should be clean and dry and self -adhered flashing should be adhered with a foam roller or hand applicator. J. Fold top flap down on top of flashed header and apply Typar AT Flashing at diagonal cuts. Fig. 9 Fig. 10 Fig. 13 Fig. 12 Fig. 14 Installation Instructions: Typar° DW Approved Compatible Products CLADDING Fiber Cement Wood (including Shingles & Shakes) Vinyl and Insulated Vinyl Manufactured Stone Stucco Metal FASTENERS Staples Cap Fasteners* SEAM TAPE Typar AT Flashing 4 -in Sealing Tape SELF -ADHERED FLASHING Typar AT Flashing SILL TREATMENT *Typar AT Flashing *Typar AT Flashing with Typar Flex Flashing Minimum 9 inches width self -adhered flashing from those listed here under "Self -Adhered Flashing" wr�wr.ri Ws~ Protection Systerr CAULKS and SEALANTS Oslo WinTeQ7" TeQ::Seal7M Sealant Loctite® Premium® Construc':ion Adhesive Loctite* PL Premium* S40 Polyurethane GeoCel* 2300 Construction Tripolymer GeoCel* Pro Flex*` Fortifiber* Moistop* Sealant Bostik* 915 7M Polyurethane Sealant Bostik® 915FS7N Polyurethanfl Sealant Dow Corning* 732 Multi -Purpose Sealant NPC* Solar Seal #900 Titebond* Heavy Duty Consil:ruction Adhesive Titebond* WeatherMasterT" Titebond* WeatherMasterT" ULTIMATE MP Tremco* VuIkem* 116 DAP@ Flexible CLEAR Sealant *required components to achieve 15 YEAR PRODUCT AND LABOR LIMITED WARRANTY Installation Instructions: TYPAR Typar° DW weather Protection Systerr Basic Installation & Window Flashing: STEP 2 METHOD II - Modified "I" or "Fold -in" Method A. Wrap the entire building including window and door openings. STEP 1 B. At each window oper ing, cut an "I" shape into A. Unroll Typar DW Drainable Housewrap with orange housewrap. Cut housf wrap above top corners spacers facing to the exterior and fasten to sheathing 45 degrees away from window opening to account with nails, staples or cap fasteners. for flashing width. B. Fasteners should provide a minimum 3/8 inch C. Fold side flaps into rough opening and cut/fasten. penetration into the nail base and be spaced approximately 12 to 18 inches apart along the horizontal and vertical Laps. Fasten every 3 sq. ft elsewhere. For commercial installation above 40 feet, cap fasteners are recommended. C. Typar DW Drainable Housewrap should be installed shingle lap fashion (i.e. begin installation at the base of the wall assembly). D. Extend housewrap a minimum 2 inches over sill plate. E. Overlap all horizontal seams by at least 4 inches, all vertical seams by at least 6 inches and corners by 12 inches. F. Be sure that the housewrap installation and flashing provide for positive drainage to the exterior of the D. assembly. G. Do not allow the housewrap to be exposed to sunlight in excess of 120 days. Recommended coverage within 30 days. H. Taping of seams is NOT REQUIRED. (See pg. 2 for further details). Optionally, tape all Typar DW Drainable Housewrap seams with Typar AT Flashing 4 inches. Surface must be clean and dry, and tape must be adhered using a foam roller or hand applicator. Fig. 15 Fig. 17 ap" and secure talling window. Installation Instructions: TAR Typar° DW Weatt*f ProtectPon Systerr Basic Installation & Window Flashing: STEP 2 METHOD I - Modified "O" or A. Wrap the entire building including window and "Cut -Back" Method door openings. B. At each window opening, cut housewrap flush with STEP 1 window opening. Then, cut housewrap back 2 inches A. Unroll Typar DW Drainable Housewrap with orange at each window jamb and sill to reveal sheathing. spacers facing to the exterior and fasten to sheathing Cut housewrap at the head 45 degrees away from window opening to account for flashing width, with nails, staples or cap fasteners, B. Fasteners shouldp rovide a minimum, 3/8 inch C. Fold up top trapezoid shaped "flap" and secure penetration into the nail base and be spaced- temporarily with tape prior to installing window. approximately 12 to 18 inches apart along the horizontal and vertical laps. Fasten every 3 sq. ft elsewhere. For commercial installation above 40 feet, cap fasteners are recommended. C, Typar DW Drainable Housewrap should be installed shingle lap fashion (i.e. begin installation at the base 1 of the wall assembly). D. Extend housewrap a minimum 2 inches over sill plate. I E. Overlap all horizontal seams by at least 4 inches, all vertical seams by at least 6 inches and corners by 12 inches. 5 F. Be sure that the housewrap installation and flashing provide for positive drainage to the exterior Fig. 2 f th ssembl o e a y. G. Do not allow the housewrap to be exposed to sunlight in excess of 120 days. Recommended coverage within 30 days. H. Taping of seams is NOT REQUIRED. (See pg. 2 for further details), Optionally; tape all Typar DW Drainable Housewrap seams with Typar AT Flashing 4 inch. Surface must be clean and dry, and tape must be adhered using a foam roller or hand applicator. Fig. 1 Fig. 3 4 Installation Instructions:TYPAR Typar° DW Weather Protection Systerr Basic Installation & Window Flashing: C. To properly flash the sill, cut and install corner patch METHOD II Modified "I" Or "Fold -in" Method flashing (Fig. 21, 22) or use Typar Flex Flashings (Fig. 23, 24). STEP 3 A, (Optional) Install sloped sill or back dam (optimal slope 1/4 inch), except when using approved pre -manufactured sill pan. Fig. 19 B. 9 inches or 12 inches wide Typar AT Flashing is recommended for sill installation as pictured in illustrations. If using 6 inches wide Typar AT Flashing, you must use two pieces of Typar AT Flashing at the sill: one piece flush with edge of sill; one piece folded into sill. 4 inches wide self -adhered flashing is not Fig. 20 D. Install pre-cut Typar AT Flashing over corner patches. Install Typar AT Flashing to extend at least 6 inches up the side of each jamb inside window opening. Fig. 22 Installation Instructions: Y PA R Typar° DW �A*athef Protection Sy.io• Basic Installation & Window Flashing: C. To properly flash the sill, cut and install corner METHOD I - Modified "O" or patch flashing (Fig, 6, 7, 8) or use Typar Flex "Cut -Back" Method Flashings (Fig. 9, 10). D. Install pre-cut TyparAT Flashing over corner patches. STEP 3 Install TyparAT Flashing to extend at least 6 inches A. (Optional) Install sloped sill or back dam (optimal up the side of each jamb inside window opening. slope 1/4 inch), except when using approved pre - manufactured sill pan. B, 9 inches or 12 inches wide TyparAT Flashing is recommended for sill installation as pictured in illustrations. If using 6 inches wide Typar AT Flashing, you must use two pieces of Typar AT Flashing at the sill: one piece flush with edge of sill; one piece folded into sill. 4 inches wide self -adhered flashing is not recommended for sill treatment. Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 4., Fig. 8 5 Installation Instructions: TYPAR Typar® DW weather Protection Syste.f-- E. To use Typar Flex Flashings instead of corner G. Install flanged window. patches, place a Typar Flex Flashing in each sill corner and fasten in place with a staple. Install I pre-cut Typar AT Flashing over corner patches. Install Typar AT Flashing to extend at least 6 inches up the ■■. side of each jamb inside window opening. Fig. 23 HP, F. Apply caulk/sealant at jambs and head, Fig. 25 Fig. 26 H. Install Typar AT Flashing to the side jambs, Surface should be clean and dry and self -adhered flashing should be applied using a foam roller or hand applicator. I. Install drip cap. Install Typar AT Flashing header flashing. Surface should be clean and dry and self - adhered flashing should be adhered with a foam roller or hand applicator. Fig. 27 J. Fold top flap down on top of flashed header anr-P Tvnar AT Flashina at diaaonal cuts. MARK MAC CO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) Www. M a ccoArch itects . co m OF 4COMAIRK FZ0 W. MACCO7 AR96004 A.- �qED PSG �I No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE AIR BARTER & STUCCO Project Number Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By Author Checked By Checker A 503 Scale RJ�i�a�� kaaaf '4i l TW�t Lytidif.l'i. iii�►1C'a� � Z Fig. 17 ap" and secure talling window. Installation Instructions: TAR Typar° DW Weatt*f ProtectPon Systerr Basic Installation & Window Flashing: STEP 2 METHOD I - Modified "O" or A. Wrap the entire building including window and "Cut -Back" Method door openings. B. At each window opening, cut housewrap flush with STEP 1 window opening. Then, cut housewrap back 2 inches A. Unroll Typar DW Drainable Housewrap with orange at each window jamb and sill to reveal sheathing. spacers facing to the exterior and fasten to sheathing Cut housewrap at the head 45 degrees away from window opening to account for flashing width, with nails, staples or cap fasteners, B. Fasteners shouldp rovide a minimum, 3/8 inch C. Fold up top trapezoid shaped "flap" and secure penetration into the nail base and be spaced- temporarily with tape prior to installing window. approximately 12 to 18 inches apart along the horizontal and vertical laps. Fasten every 3 sq. ft elsewhere. For commercial installation above 40 feet, cap fasteners are recommended. C, Typar DW Drainable Housewrap should be installed shingle lap fashion (i.e. begin installation at the base 1 of the wall assembly). D. Extend housewrap a minimum 2 inches over sill plate. I E. Overlap all horizontal seams by at least 4 inches, all vertical seams by at least 6 inches and corners by 12 inches. 5 F. Be sure that the housewrap installation and flashing provide for positive drainage to the exterior Fig. 2 f th ssembl o e a y. G. Do not allow the housewrap to be exposed to sunlight in excess of 120 days. Recommended coverage within 30 days. H. Taping of seams is NOT REQUIRED. (See pg. 2 for further details), Optionally; tape all Typar DW Drainable Housewrap seams with Typar AT Flashing 4 inch. Surface must be clean and dry, and tape must be adhered using a foam roller or hand applicator. Fig. 1 Fig. 3 4 Installation Instructions:TYPAR Typar° DW Weather Protection Systerr Basic Installation & Window Flashing: C. To properly flash the sill, cut and install corner patch METHOD II Modified "I" Or "Fold -in" Method flashing (Fig. 21, 22) or use Typar Flex Flashings (Fig. 23, 24). STEP 3 A, (Optional) Install sloped sill or back dam (optimal slope 1/4 inch), except when using approved pre -manufactured sill pan. Fig. 19 B. 9 inches or 12 inches wide Typar AT Flashing is recommended for sill installation as pictured in illustrations. If using 6 inches wide Typar AT Flashing, you must use two pieces of Typar AT Flashing at the sill: one piece flush with edge of sill; one piece folded into sill. 4 inches wide self -adhered flashing is not Fig. 20 D. Install pre-cut Typar AT Flashing over corner patches. Install Typar AT Flashing to extend at least 6 inches up the side of each jamb inside window opening. Fig. 22 Installation Instructions: Y PA R Typar° DW �A*athef Protection Sy.io• Basic Installation & Window Flashing: C. To properly flash the sill, cut and install corner METHOD I - Modified "O" or patch flashing (Fig, 6, 7, 8) or use Typar Flex "Cut -Back" Method Flashings (Fig. 9, 10). D. Install pre-cut TyparAT Flashing over corner patches. STEP 3 Install TyparAT Flashing to extend at least 6 inches A. (Optional) Install sloped sill or back dam (optimal up the side of each jamb inside window opening. slope 1/4 inch), except when using approved pre - manufactured sill pan. B, 9 inches or 12 inches wide TyparAT Flashing is recommended for sill installation as pictured in illustrations. If using 6 inches wide Typar AT Flashing, you must use two pieces of Typar AT Flashing at the sill: one piece flush with edge of sill; one piece folded into sill. 4 inches wide self -adhered flashing is not recommended for sill treatment. Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 4., Fig. 8 5 Installation Instructions: TYPAR Typar® DW weather Protection Syste.f-- E. To use Typar Flex Flashings instead of corner G. Install flanged window. patches, place a Typar Flex Flashing in each sill corner and fasten in place with a staple. Install I pre-cut Typar AT Flashing over corner patches. Install Typar AT Flashing to extend at least 6 inches up the ■■. side of each jamb inside window opening. Fig. 23 HP, F. Apply caulk/sealant at jambs and head, Fig. 25 Fig. 26 H. Install Typar AT Flashing to the side jambs, Surface should be clean and dry and self -adhered flashing should be applied using a foam roller or hand applicator. I. Install drip cap. Install Typar AT Flashing header flashing. Surface should be clean and dry and self - adhered flashing should be adhered with a foam roller or hand applicator. Fig. 27 J. Fold top flap down on top of flashed header anr-P Tvnar AT Flashina at diaaonal cuts. MARK MAC CO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) Www. M a ccoArch itects . co m OF 4COMAIRK FZ0 W. MACCO7 AR96004 A.- �qED PSG �I No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE AIR BARTER & STUCCO Project Number Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By Author Checked By Checker A 503 Scale Installation Instructions: Installation Instructions: Installation Instructions:TYPARMARK MACCO ® TYPAR � TYPAL Installation Instructions. an TYPAR ® � Typar DW �' c•,rr_ p otecron SYst�,rr T ar DW T ar DWARCHITECTS Typar", weather Prefect=on Svsterr Typar DW weather Protection System Typar" weather Protection System INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND Basic Installation & Window Flashing: G. Apply caulk/sealant at jambs and head. Do not caulk STEP 2 Basic Installation & Window Flashing: Stone and Stucco Application: Stucco and Stone Assembly RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS METHOD 111 - "Windows -First" Method at window sill. A. Wrap the entire building, including windows and METHOD III - "Windows -First" Method H. Install flanged window. doors. Unroll Typar DW Drainable Housewrap with STEP 1 orange spacers facing to the exterior and fasten to 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE I. Install Typar AT Flashing to the side jambs. Surface sheathing with nails, staples STEP 3 A. Secure a Typar DW "apron" at sill usinga piece g p es or cap fasteners. p ''+" 6" should be clean and dry and self -adhered flashing A. At window locations, cut back Typar DW to expose JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 of Typar AT Flashing. Apron should extend beyond �i should be applied using a foam roller or hand applicator. B. Fasteners should provide a minimum 3/8 inch each side of rough openin at least the width of the window, Do not cut through Typar AT Flashing or g g penetration into the nail base and be spaced r_-.�- jamb flashing; not less than 6 inches. Secure apron to 5„ J. Install drip cap. Install Typar AT Flashing header Typar DW apron. approximately 12 to 18 inches apart along the SHEATHING E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com the wall along the top edge, but leave the bottom of �'; flashing. Surface should be clean and dry and self- horizontal and vertical laps. B. At 2 - 4 inches below window, cut horizontal slit in PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) the apron loose. The loose edge will overlap the layer i ` adhered flashing should be adhered with a foam Typar DW, extending to edges of jamb flashing. ', rYPAR roller or hand applicator, C. Fasten every 3 sq. ft elsewhere. For commercial , of Typar DW installed after window installation pp Do not cut through Typar AT Flashing or Typar DW , + , , DRAINABLE /� m installation above 40 feet, cap fasteners are + \ `t ye, ,' J /' HOUSEWRAP WWW.MaccoArchiteets.col 1 1 is complete. apron. Pull apron through to lap over top layer of recommended, Typar DW, creating positive drainage, B. (Optional) Install sloped sill or back dam Fig• 3t ' ' ', r �` `� D. Typar DW Drainable Housewrap should be installed '� ' �` (optimal slope 1/4"), except when using approved p C. Tape seams with Typar AT Flashing at window jambs. ,' '' r' �\ 4`', `' �` pre -manufactured sill pan. E. Install pre-cut Typar AT Flashing over corner patches. shingle lap fashion (i.e. begin installation at the base Do not tape the top or bottom of window: �' ` 4 �� >, FLATWRAP HP (WRB) of the wall assembly). C. 9 inches or 6 inches wide Typar AT Flashing is Install TyparAT Flashing to extend at least 6 inches recommended for sill installation as pictured in up the side of each jamb inside window opening, �+ E. Extend housewrap a minimum 2 inches over sill plate. , illustrations. 4 inches wide self -adhered flashing F. To use Typar Flex Flashings instead of corner F. Overlap all horizontal seams by at least 4 inches, all l 'J >' ` C is not recommended for sill treatment. patches, place a Typar Flex Flashing to each sill 1 ` + — Or fi� Yp g � i vertical seams by at least 6 inches and corners by � � ,>` ` �`y '. �, �����T��T�;;�4��4+, METAL LATH w ®/Q corner and fasten in place with a staple. Install 12 inches. `'' it}i+��+44��+fT,++If,IT, �IT, tITT, ����i44+��+�4;1���4�� �� /� D. To properly flash the sill, cut and install corner patch '° �� ���l ITTAI �ase�f���+ }#��+�+ C/j MARK W. MACC07 pre-cut Typar AT Flashing over corner patches. Install flashing(Fig29, 30, 31 or use Typar Flex Flashings (( t S (Fig 32, 33 ) Yp g Typar AT Flashing to extend at least 6 inches up the �S 7 � ��( S `; `;� ��#���++¢++it;+�r�+�� ( g )• side of each jamb inside window opening. r SCRATCH COAT � U i S" --� Fig. 34 j ti, , f +�� AR96004 ,4� i 1 TED ■■■ Fig. 38 STUCCO/ MEN ' BROWN COATNE P , ; Fig. 37 MEN rr G. Be sure that the housewrap installation and Fig. zg S�� �, �. r flashing provide for positive drainage to the exterior �, `• Fig. 32 )r� g 5' S ;; of the assembly, A Fig. 35 H. Do not allow the housewra to be exposed to ' FINISH COAT 'T �:. sunlight in excess of 120 days. Recommended .• w $ ``. ��;���+�� coverage within 30 days, 4" 6" ■■■ I. Taping of seams is NOT REQUIRED. (See pg. 2 Fig. 3s ■■■ for further details). Optionally, tape all Typar DW Drainable Housewrap seams with Typar AT Flashing Integrate Typar with all sidewall flashing materials. 5" 4 inch. Surface must be clean and dry, and tape must The second layer of water -resistive barrier (WRB) serves as an intervening layer, or be adhered using a foam roller or hand applicator, "bond break", with the scratch coat to help maintain the drainage gap. Fig. 30 Fig. 33 Fig. 36 10 11 _ - 12 13 STUCCO CONTROL/ EXPANSION JOINTS: Installation Instructions: TYPAR Typar® DW weathe( Protection System ASTM C1063 REQUIRES THAT PANEL AREAS ARE NO LARGER THAN Stone and Stucco Application: Bottom Detail for Casing Bead 144 SQUARE FET FOR VERTICAL APPLICATIONS (OR 100 TYPAR DRAINABLE SQUARE FEET FOR HORIZONTAL CURVED OR ANGULAR SECTIONS HOUSEWRAP' .`��t,ss����C�.\����t4�t I I FLATWRAP HP (WRB) SHEATHING 7 i ■ s IN ADDITION, THE MAXIMUM SPACING OF CONTROL JOINTS SHOULD 3 BE LESS THAN 18 FEET. THE ASPECT RATIO OF THE PANEL SHOULD TYPAR LAPPED OVER ! AT FLASHING?, , ,, ALSO BE HELD TO A MAXIMUM LENGTH TO WIDTH RATIO OF 2-1/2 TO 1. I TO PROMOTE ° —STUCCO/ POSITIVE ° ( '. MANUFACTURED STONE DRAINAGE. ° ° ° ° ° 2 PIECE EXPANSION JOINTS ARE TO BE USED AT WALL EXPANSION JOINTS OR WHEN TRANSITIONING FROM ONE STRUCTURAL MATERIAL ° 12" AT FLASHING I 0 O O O TO ANOTHER SUCH AS CMU TO STUD FRAMING. KICK -OUT/ CASING BEAD FLASHING DRIP EDGE FI-ASHING LATH SHALL NOT BE CONTINUOUS THROUGH CONTROL JOINTS BUT Stone &Stucco Application: Bottom Detail for Weep Screed MARK MACCO � AIA PARTICULARLY ESSENTIAL TO AVOID EXCESSIVE STRESS ON THESE NCARB TYPAR OTHERWISE CONTINUOUS WIRES. DRAINABLE it HOUSEIWRAP FLATWRAP HP FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 SHEATHING I �./� (WRB) {i No. Description Date { 1 STUCCO/ { j MANUFACTURED STONE lk { 1 HIGH PERFORMANCE AIR & MOISTURE BARRIERS ii Inspection and Clean-up ■ Coverthe entire wall with DELTA® DRY STUCCO &STONE wherever wall cladding ■ Repair torn rainscreen as fol lows: Any, rips, tears or holes in the DELTA" -DRY "r"s { is to be installed. Always unroll DELTA" DRY STUCCO &STONE in a horizontal STUCCO & STONE smaller than 2' in diameter should be patched with DELTA"- OE1-T' aD�' aLsnoNE FLEXX-BAND centered over the tear. An rips, or hales la erthan2'indiameter oarv■suoscrr DELTAO-DRY STUCCO &STONE direction. Make sure the t course r screen {fabric} faces STUCCO e installer. should be patched with DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE. Cut a piece of DELTA"- ` ■Place bottom edge of first course of DELTA" -DRY STUCCO &STONE directly on l Ventilated Rainscreen with Pre-installed Mortar Screen for top of DELTA" -BUG SCREEN (see Detail 1). DRY STUCCO & STONE the diameter of the tear. Removefabric the size of the PERFORATED patch from over the tear. Centerthe patch over the tear and fasten with approved Final k ,Mm ma ■�■ WEEP SCREED Manufactured Stone and Conventional Stucco Claddings Installaition Instructions ■ Proper ventilation at top and bottom of the wall isVERY IM PORTANT for system \ ® h■■drFr■r■o■m performance. fasteners or tape edges of patch with DELTA FLEXR -BAND. .. Health and Safety ■ As one person holds DELTA" DRY STUCCO &STONE, the other installs the ■ 'Remove mud and similar marks with a water scrub. if chemicals have been spilled on DELTA" -DRY STUCCO STONE, treat as a tear and repair as stated above. - - 14 ■Required safety equipment: hard hat, safety boats; gloves, safety glasses, fall arrest fasteners. Begin fastening DELTA" -DRY STUCCO &STONE in the middleof P � equipment. the membrane. Fasten DELTA" -DRY STUCCO& STONE maximum every 24' ■ Ensure wall cladding is installed according to manufacturer's recommended ■ Always follow all safety precautions as directed by the Occupational Safety and (60cm) horizontally along the middle of DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE procedures. Health Administration (OSHA -USA) or the Construction Safety Association (Canada). {see Detail 2}. Secure DELTA" DRY STUCCC7 &STONE b fastenin into the studs „ ■ Select cladding fasteners to allow for the additional thickness of p y g 1 OIC DELTA" DRY STUCCO& STONE. ■Please refer to Safety Data Sheets for all components and observe all (wherever possible). , recommended safetyprecautions therein. l P � Side Laps and End Laps Disposal of Waste g■.e,� _.- •• ■ The general codes of practice for protection at work and instructions of the ■ DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE is made from environmentally friendly HDPE. FOR BEST PRACTICE manufacturers for tools and components are to be observed at all times. QELTA" DRY STUCCO &STONE ■ Side laps and end laps shall be placed tightly the adjacent roll. Do not overlap or interlock DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE. Waste can be recycled where facilities allow. x NEW Recommended Materials ■ At end laps, fasten DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE approximately every 12' AHERN TOWN U S E A RAI N S C R E E N ■ DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE For technical support, call ourTechnical Su at 1 888 433 5824 extension 326, or ' T (30 cm) vertically (see Detail 3}. EME ■ DELTA" -BUG SCREEN ,; DELTA" BUG SCREEN ■ At side laps, fasten DELTA" -DRY STUCCO&STONE approximately every 12' visit www.dorken.com. r T ui3 ed {, T ■ DELTA"-FLEXX-BAND hMM HOUSE SUCH AS DELT-DRY (30cm) horizontally (see Detail4}. fka1dMPfW_ Recommended Tools installing Around Corners For areas with winds ds rester than 60 mph (96 km/h), the I of the vertical'°°"'"'°"rdwr:a STUCCO AND STONE O R ■Utility knife or scissors ■ I nstal l DELTA" DRY STUCCO & STONE on inside corners as tightly as possible by g p ■ Measuring tae Flashing molding piece may need to be longer than 2'(S cm). r,d■. 9 p pushing the membrane into the corner, then anchor in place with fasteners in the 1 as ■ Hammer, automated nailing gun, or cordlessdrill body (see Detail5). WLTA"RY EQUAL ■ -1 '/4'corrosion-resistant coil roofing nails ■ InstalIDELTA"-DRY STUCCO & STONE on outside corners as tightly as passible by ��°°Od1E ■ WRD 1'-1 'W corrosion -resistant screws pressing the membrane around the comer, then anchor in place with fasteners in o Notes and Limitations the body (see Detail 6). m W■odbloddro artm lir an ■b ■ These installation instructions for DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE are intended Penetrations (e.g windows, doors, pipes, etc.) w only as a guide and are for the convenience of the contractors, specifiers, and other ■ Cut DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE as tightly as possible around window, door, rgpb■rte►. interested parties. The final application and details are the sale responsibility of the pMR ipe, and otheropenings (see Detail 7). 6p.r�g■nroor E design authority on record for the project. ■ for the top of all windows and doors, install DELTA" -BUG SCREEN at bottom edge Wkw �� AIR BARIER ■ Always confirm the local building code requirements prior to installation. of flashing (planned bottom temination of bottom edge ofcladding)• place bottom uarns4auasxxra v ■ Do not install DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE in adverse weather conditions. High winds may edge of DELTA" -DRY STUCCO & STONE directly on top of DELTA" -BUG SCREEN hamper application. � 4m DrC (see Detail 8). �� � AND STUCCO ■ Local Building Codes may require two layers of WRB (Water -resistive Barrier) behind ■ For the bottom of windows and doors widerthan 6 ft (1.8 m), ventilation is required a absorptive claddings such as plaster or manufactured stone veneer applied over (see Detail 9). For windows and doors less than 6' (1.8 m) wide, no ventilation gap ~ wood -based sheathing. Where two layers of WRB are required, both layers should is required at the bottom. be applied according to manufacturer's recommended procedures directly over the DELTAIOCRYSTUCCO#STONE Project Number To of Wall • wood based sheathing to the interior side of DELTA" DRY STUCCO &STONE. ■ At the top of wally install wood blocking, cut to fit on site. wraa ■ Window, door and other openings should be properly flashed and integrated into the ® Date 05/31/2018 WRB in accordance with ASTM E 2112117 or AAMA 2400-02. Fasten DELTA BUG SCREEN directly against the bottom of the wood blacking. m ■ Always follow cladding manufacturer's installation instructions. Ensure that the continuity ®f the approved WRB is maintained behind the wood oerTmauosc • Ensure protrusions that may penetrate the membrane are removed from substrate. blocking.ThetopofDELTA DRYS®UCCO&STONE shallbeinstalleddirectly Drawn By Author ■ Product is not designed for permanent UV exposure. Always cover as soon as possible. against the bottom edge of DELTA BUG SCREEN (see Detail 10). Mkl.w rom n 4. ti ■ To maintain proper ventilation, thewood blocking shall extend beyond the top Checked By Checker Installation !f edge ofthe cladding by at least 318'(10 mm)Fia,,�v,�,� ■ For claddings on walls such as adhered manufactured stoneveneer and plaster C1IC ■ To protect the 3/8'(10 mm) air gap from wind -driven rain, fasten molding piece to t (mold pub-* (stucco), install flashing with drip edge at bottom of wall, covering transition from the wood blocking. Ensure that it overlaps the cladding by a minimum of 2'(5 cm), Dorken Systems Inc. Y exterior sheathing board (e.g. OSB) to foundation wall. Ensure that approved WRB depending on local wind conditions* (see Detail 10). terminates shingle -fashion over to of this flashingwith drip edge. 4655 Delta Way Fit a ■ For ease of installation,workwithtwo people. Buildings OverTwo Stories High Beamsville,Ontario ICC Theinformation printed in this brochure " ■ On buildings over two stories high, a horizontal ventilation detail must be installed i LOR 1 B4 reflects product information and DeLrnssU°ac � ■ Fasten DELTA" -BUG SCREEN to theflashing with acceptable fasteners. Ensure eve two stories {see Detail 11). 1-(905) 563-3255 specifications at the date of printing. 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MACCO y AR96004 ,mow BRED P� No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE 3D IMAGERY Project Number #@@ Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By M W M Checked By MWM A 600 Scale N co O N d' 00 0 N M LO I � NORTH 2ND FLC )R REFLECTED CEILING PLA 1/4" = 1'-0" 0 2' 4' 8' SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" GENERAL NOTE: USE APPARENT CENTERS REF. CEILING NOTES 1. REFER TO THIS SHEET FOR ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS. 2. 3. ALL SMOKE DETECTORS TO BE CEILING MOUNTED. 4. ALL SCONCES TO BE MOUNTED AT 6'-6" AFF. 5. ALL BATHROOM SCONCES TO BE MOUNTED AT T-0" AFF 6. ALL SWITCHES TO BE MOUNTED AT 36" AFF UNLESS ABOVE A COUNTER SURFACE OR OTHERWISE NOTED. 36" MARK MEASURED TO THE BOTTOM OF THE HOUSING. 7. HVAC VENTS ARE APPROXIMATE IN THIS PLAN. CONSULT ARCHITECT AND HVAC SUB FOR VENT PLACEMENT IN FIELD. 8. USE APPARENT CENTER LINES, AS DIMENSIONS ARE NOT PROVIDED. 9. THIS DRAWING ONLY CAN BE SCALED FOR LIGHT PLACEMENT. 10. ALL FLUORESCENT FIXTURES ARE TO BE DELUXE WHITE IN COLOR INDEX. 11. SMOOTH CEILING THROUGHOUT. NO KNOCK DOWN FINISH ANYWHERE. ELECTRICAL NOTES 1. REFER TO THIS SHEET FOR ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS. 2, RECEPTACLES ARE TO BE MOUNTED HORIZONTALLY 8" MEASURED TO BOTTOM OF HOUSING. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 3. REFER TO PLAN FOR RECEPTICAL TYPE AND HEIGHT ABOVE COMFORT HEIGHT COUNTER TOPS. REFER TO CABINET DRAWINGS, NOT INCLUDED IN THIS SET FOR CONFIRMATION. 4. SEE MANUFACTURER SPECIFICATIONS FOR TANKLESS WATER HEATER POWER REQUIREMENTS. 5, SEE KITCHEN DRAWINGS FOR ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR KITCHEN. MAY VARY FROM ARCHITECTURAL DWGS. 6. INTERIOR 4" RECESSEED LIGHTING ON FIRST LEVEL TO BE DIMMABLE, LED W/ A WARM COLOR INDEX. 7. IMPORTANT: ALL SWITCHES TO BE MOUNTED AT 36" AFF. UNLESS ABOVE A COUNTER OR OTHERWISE NOTED. 8. ALL LOW VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS ARE TO BE HIDDEN IN SOFFITS OR ADJACENT SPACES, NOT TO BE A PART OF THE FIXTURE HOUSING, CONSULT W/ ARCHITECT FOR TRANSFORMER PLACEMENT. 9. 6" EXTERIOR RECESSED EAVE CANS TO BE COMPACT FLOURESCENT FIXTURES. 10. MOUNT ALL VANITY LIGHTS ABOVE MIRRORS THAT ARE CALLED FOR AT 7'-0" AFF. ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS DATA / SWITCH DUPLEX OUTLET QUAD TV TELEVISIO gfi DUPLEX GROUND FAULT \ DUPLEX OUTLET 42" 42" AFF \ DUPLEX OUTLET 42" AFF, GROUND 42" AFF GF FAULT INTERRUPTION FLOOR OUTLET F CEILING MOUNTED FAN, NO © CEILING MOUNTED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR So CEILING MOUNTED SMOKE DETECTOR (PHOTOELECTRIC; BATTERY POWERED) 0 PENDANT LIGHT • 2" DIAMETER RECESSED Date PUCK LIGHT Q WALL MOUNTED LIGHT, 3 SCONCE OR OVERHEAD O 6" RECESSED CAN LIGHT, LED, HALOGEN OR FLUORESCENT ® 4" RECESSED CAN LIGHT, LED, HALOGEN OR FLUORESCENT { SURFACE MOUNTED LIGHT, LED, HALOGEN OR FLUORESCENT d WALL WASHER, LED OR HALOGEN 4'X 2' CEILING MOUNTED FLUORESCENT FIXTURE ---------- HARDWIRED LED ROPE LIGHT CEILING FAN, NO LIGHT (2D WALL MOUNTED POOL CONTROLS PNLBOX PANEL BOX NATURAL GAS VALVE F HVAC SUPPLY GRILLE �7 HVAC RETURN GENERAL NOTE: SEE MEP DRAWINGS FOR ELECTRICAL LOADS. MARK MACCO ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904.249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com F W. MACCO :0 ~ AR96004 K . k4$;�eD G'r P� No. Description Date 1 REVISION 1 11/27/20 17 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOW N HOUSE 2ND FLOOR RCP Project Number Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By MWM A 701 Scale 1/411 = 1'-0" N LO 0 N co T- C) N M M I � NORTH GENERAL NOTE: UNITS 1 AND 2 HAVE BEEN SHOWN ON THIS SET TO BE TYPICAL OF OTHER SIMILAR UNITS FOR PRICING. GENERAL NOTE: U 'E APPARENT CENTERS 3RD 1/4" = 1'-0" LOOK REFLECTED CEILING PLAN 0 2' 4' 8' SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" REF. CEILING NOTES 1. REFER TO THIS SHEET FOR ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS. 2. 3. ALL SMOKE DETECTORS TO BE CEILING MOUNTED. 4. ALL SCONCES TO BE MOUNTED AT 6'-6" AFF. 5. ALL BATHROOM SCONCES TO BE MOUNTED AT T-0" AFF 6. ALL SWITCHES TO BE MOUNTED AT 36" AFF UNLESS ABOVE A COUNTER SURFACE OR OTHERWISE NOTED. 36" MARK MEASURED TO THE BOTTOM OF THE HOUSING. 7. HVAC VENTS ARE APPROXIMATE IN THIS PLAN. CONSULT ARCHITECT AND HVAC SUB FOR VENT PLACEMENT IN FIELD. 8. USE APPARENT CENTER LINES, AS DIMENSIONS ARE NOT PROVIDED. 9. THIS DRAWING ONLY CAN BE SCALED FOR LIGHT PLACEMENT. 10. ALL FLUORESCENT FIXTURES ARE TO BE DELUXE WHITE IN COLOR INDEX. 11. SMOOTH CEILING THROUGHOUT. NO KNOCK DOWN FINISH ANYWHERE. ELECTRICAL NOTES 1. REFER TO THIS SHEET FOR ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS. 2. RECEPTACLES ARE TO BE MOUNTED HORIZONTALLY 8" MEASURED TO BOTTOM OF HOUSING. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 3. REFER TO PLAN FOR RECEPTICAL TYPE AND HEIGHT ABOVE COMFORT HEIGHT COUNTER TOPS. REFER TO CABINET DRAWINGS, NOT INCLUDED IN THIS SET FOR CONFIRMATION. 4. SEE MANUFACTURER SPECIFICATIONS FOR TANKLESS WATER HEATER POWER REQUIREMENTS. 5. SEE KITCHEN DRAWINGS FOR ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR KITCHEN. MAY VARY FROM ARCHITECTURAL DWGS. 6. INTERIOR 4" RECESSEED LIGHTING ON FIRST LEVEL TO BE DIMMABLE, LED W/ A WARM COLOR INDEX. 7. IMPORTANT: ALL SWITCHES TO BE MOUNTED AT 36" AFF. UNLESS ABOVE A COUNTER OR OTHERWISE NOTED. 8. ALL LOW VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS ARE TO BE HIDDEN IN SOFFITS OR ADJACENT SPACES, NOT TO BE A PART OF THE FIXTURE HOUSING. CONSULT W/ ARCHITECT FOR TRANSFORMER PLACEMENT. 9. 6" EXTERIOR RECESSED EAVE CANS TO BE COMPACT FLOURESCENT FIXTURES. 10. MOUNT ALL VANITY LIGHTS ABOVE MIRRORS THAT ARE CALLED FOR AT 7'-0" AFF. ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS DATA / SWITCH DUPLEX OUTLET QUAD N TELEVISIO gfi DUPLEX GROUND FAULT DUPLEX OUTLET 42" 42" AFF ,' \ DUPLEX OUTLET 42" AFF, GROUND 42'AFFGFI FAULT INTERRUPTION FLOOR OUTLET F CEILING MOUNTED FAN, NO © CEILING MOUNTED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR so CEILING MOUNTED SMOKE DETECTOR (PHOTOELECTRIC; BATTERY POWERED) PENDANT LIGHT • 2" DIAMETER RECESSED PUCK LIGHT Q WALL MOUNTED LIGHT, SCONCE OR OVERHEAD O 6" RECESSED CAN LIGHT, LED, HALOGEN OR FLUORESCENT 0 4" RECESSED CAN LIGHT, LED, HALOGEN OR FLUORESCENT SURFACE MOUNTED LIGHT, LED, HALOGEN OR FLUORESCENT e WALL WASHER, LED OR HALOGEN 4'X 2' CEILING MOUNTED FLUORESCENT FIXTURE ---- HARDWIRED LED ROPE LIGHT CEILING FAN, NO LIGHT PL WALL MOUNTED POOL CONTROLS PNLBOX PANEL BOX NATURAL GAS VALVE FRI HVAC SUPPLY GRILLE HVAC RETURN GENERAL NOTE: SEE MEP DRAWINGS FOR ELECTRICAL LOADS. MARK MACC( ARCHITECT INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www. M accoA rch ite cts . co m F F, F66 MARK W. MACCO =yl :CJ ~ AR96004 �qFD PSG No. Description Date 3 Revision 3 4/3/2018 AHERN TOWN HOUSE 3RD FLOOR RCP Project Number # Date 05/31/2018 Drawn By CS Checked By MW M A 702 Scale 1/411 /4" = 1'-0" N co 0 N 00 0 N M )ESIGN SPECIFICATIONS: LDING CODE 2017 SDS: ACTUAL AND UNIFORM ING LIVE LOAD DEAD LOAD IORD LIVE LOAD IORD DEAD LOAD DING BUTARY =A (sf) LIVE LOAD (INTERIOR) LIVE LOAD (BALCONIES) LIVE LOAD (CORRIDOR) DEAD LOAD ORD LIVE LOAD ORD DEAD LOAD K••T (cd=1.25) 20 psf 10 psf (ARCH SHINGLES) 10 psf 5 psf •�-1 (cd=1.00) 40 psf 60 psf 100psf 20 psf 0 psf 5 psf CRITERIA: ING: LIVE LOAD L/240 TOTAL LOAD L/180 MING: LIVE LOAD L/480 & TOTAL LOAD L/360 & 0.75" MAX G: -OR WIND UPLIFT, TRUSSES SHALL BE DESIGNED WITH A MIN. DEAD LOAD CONDITION OF 5 ARD AND 5 PSF BOTTOM CHORD. REACTIONS CALCULATED FOR THE BEARING POINTS OF -S SHALL BE REDUCED. SPECIFICALLY, ATTIC FLOOR LIVE LOADS COMBINED WITH ROOF SHALL BE MULTIPLIED BY 0.75 WHEN COMBINED w/ DEAD LOAD. SPEED (ASCE 7-10) -------------- 130 MPH (ULTIMATE) FACTOR --------------- ------ 1.00 HEIGHT ----------------------- 40.0 FT ----------------------------6/12 \TEGORY----------------------- II -ATEGORY- - - - - - - ------------ D CLASSIFICATION ----------------- ENCLOSED RESSURE COEFFICIENT -------------- f ,18 ;OMPONENTS & CLADDING ALLOWABLE PRESSURES BUTARY =A (sf) INTERIOR ZONE (PSF) EDGE STRIP (PSF): 'a' = 12'-0" 10 +30.2 -32.9 +30.2 -40.5 50 +27.1 -29.6 +27.1 -34.2 100 +25.7 -28.2 +25.7 -31.2 .LOWABLE WIND PRESSURE VALUES (ASD). THE ABOVE WIND PRESSURES HAVE BEEN TED BY THE ALLOWABLE STRESS DESIGN METHODOLOGY. NO FURTHER REDUCTION )ING WALL ELEMENTS SHALL BE DESIGNED FOR BOTH POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE PRESSURES ) VE. N IS PERMISSIBLE. ND MINUS = SUCTION. JM OUTSIDE CORNERS OF BUILDING SHALL BE DESIGNED FOR EDGE STRIP PRESSURES. DOORS FASTENING TO THE WALL FRAMING IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE WINDOW/DOOR SHALL MEET THE ABOVE NOTED POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE PRESSURES. NGINEERING DESIGN RESPONSIBILITIES: DESIGNED BY THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER ARE LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: FOR WIND UPLIFT, WOOD PANEL SHEARWALLS, WALL FRAMING AND REQUIRED DIRECTLY SUPPORTING ROOF FRAMING. ITEMS NOT DESIGNED PRE-ENGINEERED TRUSSES, FLOOR FRAMING NOT SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSED, TRUSS -TO -TRUSS RCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL OR ELECTRICAL SYSTEM INCLUDING FIRE WALL S. __NTS REPRESENT THE FINISHED STRUCTURE. THEY DO NOT INDICATE THE METHOD ;ONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL MEASURES NECESSARY TO PROTECT THE 'D OTHER PERSONS DURING CONSTRUCTION. SUCH MEASURES SHALL INCLUDE, MEANS AND METHODS, BRACING, SHORING, FORMS, SCAFFOLDING, GUYING OR EXCESSIVE STRESSES AND TO HOLD STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN PLACE DURING FION VISITS TO THE SITE BY THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER OR STRUCTURAL JCLUDE INSPECTION OF THE ABOVE ITEMS. TES ON THESE SHEETS SHALL APPLY UNLESS SPECIFICALLY SHOWN OR NOTED N DETAILS NOT FULLY SHOWN OR NOTED SHALL BE SIMILAR TO DETAILS SHOWN ALL WORK, MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL )ES, REGULATIONS AND SAFETY REQMT'S. GS MAY NOT BE SHOWN ON DRAWINGS. SEE ALSO ARCHITECTURAL, MECHANICAL, G PLANS. ALL OPENINGS AND PENETRATIONS SHALL BE LOCATED AND VERIFIED AWINGS MADE BY THEM. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT PROCEED WITH ANY WORK N CONFLICT UNTIL RECEIVING CLARIFICATION FROM ARCHITECT. FOR FRAMING AT TRUCTURAL DETAILS. DETAIL, SECTION, TYPICAL SECTION OR PLAN NOTE IS SHOWN FOR ONE _Y FOR ALL SIMILAR OR LIKE CONDITIONS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. OLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE STRUCTURAL DOCUMENTS (DRAWINGS AND NOT INCLUDE SHOP DRAWINGS, VENDOR DRAWINGS, OR MATERIAL PREPARED AND :ACTOR. IALL GOVERN IN THE EVENT OF A CONFLICT WITH THE CODE OF PRACTICE OR CI, AISC, SJI OR OTHER STANDARDS. WHERE A CONFLICT OCCURS WITHIN THE -IE STRICTEST REQUIREMENT SHALL GOVERN. AND DESIGN SHALL CONFORM TO THE REFERENCED BUILDING CODE. � SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND SITE CONDITIONS AND NOTIFY ARCHITECT RIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH WORK. FOR DIMENSIONS NOT SHOWN ON STRUCTURAL URAL DRAWINGS. DO NOT SCALE FOR DIMENSIONS NOT SHOWN ON DRAWINGS. OR INFORMATION TO THE ARCHITECT FOR DIMENSIONS NOT PROVIDED. CATIONS SHOWN ON STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS SHALL BE VERIFIED WITH . RESOLVE ALL DISCREPANCIES WITH ARCHITECT PRIOR TO START OF --ALE DRAWINGS COORDINATE THE STRUCTURAL DOCUMENTS WITH THE ;AL, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING AND CIVIL DOCUMENTS. ARCHITECT/STRUCTURAL IED OF ANY DISCREPANCY OR OMISSION. SPONSIBILITY FOR MEANS, METHODS, TECHNIQUES, SEQUENCES, AND TION. CONTRACTOR HAS SOLE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE DESIGN, ADEQUACY, BRACING, SHORING, TEMPORARY SUPPORTS. CONTRACTOR HAS SOLE WITH ALL OSHA SAFETY REGULATIONS FOR ITS EMPLOYEES. -ROM THE APPROVED PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS SHALL BE MADE IN THE FIELD L IS OBTAINED PRIOR TO MAKING SUCH CHANGE. CHANGES WITHOUT THE BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR. THE CONDITION SHALL BE S DIRECTED. TOR SHALL COORDINATE INSTALLATION OF THE REQUIRED INSERTS WITH THE FER TO MECHANICAL DRAWINGS FOR SUPPORT STRUCTURES AND INSERTS. THE SHALL FURNISH ALL NECESSARY STRUCTURES FOR MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT, ERTS FOR INSTALLATION OF MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT. GENERAL NOTES (CONTINUED_ FOR ELEVATORS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT, EDGE OF SLAB OPENINGS AT PIT, FOUNDATION, FLOOR FRAMING AND ROOF FRAMING HAVE BEEN COORDINATED FOR DIMENSIONS, SLAB EDGE SUPPORTS, HOIST BEAM SUPPORTS AND RAIL SUPPORTS BASED ON ELEVATOR CUT SHEETS PROVIDED DURING THE DESIGN PHASE FOR THIS PROJECT. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATING WITH THE ELEVATOR MANUFACTURER FOR THE ELEVATOR(S) TO BE INSTALLED ON THE PROJECT AND SHALL ADJUST SLAB OPENING DIMENSIONS, PROVIDE MISCELLANEOUS FRAMING AS REQUIRED FOR SLAB OPENING ADJUSTMENTS, SLAB EDGE SUPPORTS, RAIL SUPPORTS AND HOIST BEAM SUPPORTS, AS REQUIRED. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECT FOR ALL REQUIRED ADJUSTMENTS AS NOTED AND SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH ANY REQUIRED ADJUSTMENTS NOTED ABOVE FOR INSTALLATION OF ELEVATOR(S) AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO OWNER. SHRINKAGE EFFECTS RECOMMENDATIONS: DUE TO THE NATURE OF WOOD FRAMING IN MULTI -STORY BUILDINGS, A TOTAL SHRINKAGE ON THE ORDER OF 3/4" CAN BE ANTICIPATED. CONTRACTOR SHALL UTILIZE CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES TO HELP MINIMIZE THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF BUILDING SHRINKAGE. SITE STORAGE: AN OFTEN OVERLOOKED ASPECT IN MULTISTORY WOOD FRAME CONSTRUCTION IS HANDLING AND STORAGE OF LUMBER ON THE PROJECT SITE. THE STEPS TAKEN BY THE ENGINEER, ARCHITECT, OR DESIGNER TO ENSURE THE BUILDING IS DESIGNED APPROPRIATELY MAY BE LOST IF THE LUMBER IS LEFT EXPOSED TO THE ELEMENTS. STORING UNPROTECTED LUMBER DIRECTLY ON THE GROUND MUST BE AVOIDED. INSTEAD, PLACE LUMBER UNITS ON SUPPORTS TO KEEP UNITS AWAY FROM MUD AND STANDING WATER. LUMBER THAT HAS INCREASED MC FROM RAIN SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO DRY BEFORE ATTACHING SHEATHING ELEMENTS. FINISH MATERIAL: EXERCISE CARE IN DETAILING LARGE EXPANSES OF INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DRYWALL, PANELING AND SIDING WHERE CUMULATIVE EFFECTS OF MULTISTORY DIMENSIONAL CHANGE COULD CAUSE FINISH SURFACES TO BUCKLE. EXAMPLES ARE STAIRWELLS, SHAFTS, VAULTED CEILINGS AREAS, ATRIUMS AND CONTINUOUS VERTICAL SIDING APPLICATIONS. EXPANSION JOINTS OR SLIP -TYPE ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS ARE OFTEN EMPLOYED IN THESE AREAS AT EACH FLOOR ELEVATION. DOORS AND WINDOWS: WINDOWS SHOULD BE INSTALLED INTO PREPARED OPENINGS IN EXTERIOR WALLS WHEN LUMBER IS AS CLOSE TO THE FINAL MOISTURE CONTENT AS DOSSIBLE. WINDOWS ARE USUALLY DETAILED TO ALLOW FOR UP TO ONE-HALF INCH MOVEMENT PER FLOOR. FURTHER, A CLEAR GAP SHOULD BE PROVIDED TO ALLOW FOR DIFFERENTIAL MOVEMENT AT THE BOTTOM WINDOW RAIL AND THE SILL BELOW. DOORS SHOULD BE INSTALLED WITH AN ADEQUATE GAP BETWEEN THE JAMB AND TOP OF DOOR. FOR ALL DOOR ROUGH OPENINGS, A GAP SHOULD ALSO BE LEFT A13OVE THE JAMB. THE ADJACENT TRIMMER STUDS LOCATED TO THE RIGHT AND LEFT SHOULD SUPPORT DOORS. ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, AND PLUMBING: USING FLEXIBLE JOINTS AND OR VERTICALLY ELONGATED HOLES FOR ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING WORK BETWEEN FLOORS MAY ELIMINATE POTENTIAL PROBLEMS RESULTING FROM WOOD SHRINKAGE. SUCH PRODUCTS INCLUDE FLEXIBLE PIPE, CONDUIT, COUPLINGS. FOUNDATIONS: GEOTECHNICAL DATA AND RECOMMENDATIONS HAVE BEEN PROVIDED BY MESKEL & ASSOCIATES INC, PROJECT NO 0190-0001 DATED SEPTMENER 7, 2017. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PREPARE THE FOUNDATION SITE PRE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. BASED ON THEIR RECOMMENDATIONS, THE FOLLOWING SYSTEM WILL BE USED: THE FOUNDATION SYSTEM WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: • SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS BEARING 18" BELOW GRADE. ALLOWABLE BEARING PRESSURE = 3,000 FOUNDATION PLAN ONLY CONVEYS STRUCTURAL INFORMATION. FOR GENERAL FEATURES, CONDUITS, ELECTRICAL EMBEDS, STEP HEIGHTS, ETC., SEE ARCHITECTURAL PLANS. DO NOT SCALE FOOTING DIMENSIONS AND LOCATIONS FROM THE FOUNDATION PLAN. IF FOOTING SIZE OR LOCATION IS NOT DETERMINED ON PLAN THEN CONTACT THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON DRAWINGS, MINIMUM CONCRETE COVER FOR REINFORCING SHALL BE 3" IN FOOTINGS AND MESH SHALL BE CENTERED IN SLAB ON GRADE USING SUPPORT BARS AND CHAIRS. IN ALL CONTINUOUS FOOTINGS PROVIDE #4 © 48" O.C. OR ROD CHAIRS. PROVIDE CONTINUITY OF REINFORCING AT INTERSECTIONS OF PERPENDICULAR CONCRETE ELEMENTS BY INSTALLING CORNER BARS, MINIMUM OF 40 BAR DIAMETERS INTO EACH ELEMENT. SPLICES IN REINFORCING, WHERE PERMITTED, SHALL BE 48 BAR DIAMETERS. THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER SHALL ACT AS THE OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE AND SHALL MAKE OBSERVATIONS AND TESTS AS CONSIDERED NECESSARY FOR QUALITY CONTROL. WHERE FOUNDATIONS OR OTHER CRITICAL ELEMENTS ARE TO BE SUPPORTED ON ENGINEERED FILL, CONTINUOUS OBSERVATIONS AND TESTS OF GRADING OPERATIONS SHALL BE MADE BY THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER. ALL TESTS SHALL BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH PROCEDURES SET FORTH IN THE CURRENT BOOK OF STANDARDS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TESTING AND MATERIALS (ASTM). WHERE FILL IS REQUIRED, IT SHALL BE PLACED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INSTRUCTIONS OF THE PROJECT GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER TO MAINTAIN DESIGN BEARING PRESSURE. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY NOTED AS "CANTILEVERED" ON PLAN OR DETAILS, WALLS RETAINING EARTH MUST BE SHORED CONTINUALLY PRIOR TO COMPLETION OF STRUCTURAL SLABS ON GRADES AND/OR ELEVATED SLABS HAVE BEEN PLACED. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING THE DESIGN, ADEQUACY, SAFETY, AND STABILITY OF TEMPORARY ERECTION BRACING AND SHORING. BACKFILL AGAINST WALLS SHALL BE DEPOSITED EVENLY IN 8" TO 12" LIFTS AGAINST BOTH SIDES OF WALL UNTIL THE LOWER FINAL GRADE IS REACHED. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ADEQUATE BRACING OR SHORING FOR ALL WORK DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD. BACKFILL SHALL NOT BE PLACED AGAINST WALLS UNTIL THE WALLS HAVE ACHIEVED 75% OF SPECIFIED DESIGN STRENGTH. FOOTINGS SHALL BE CENTERED ABOUT COLUMN LINES UNLESS NOTEC OTHERWISE. TOP OF FOOTING ELEVATIONS PROVIDED ON DRAWINGS ARE FOR PURPOSES OF CONTRACT & SHALL BE ADJUSTED, AS REQUIRED, AT TIME OF EXCAVATION TO BEAR ON PROPERLY PREPARED SUPPORT SUBGRADE (PER GEOTECHNICAL REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS OR FIELD DIRECTIVES OF GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER ON SITE) OR TO ADJUST FOOTING ELEVATIONS TO AVOID INFLUENCE BETWEEN FOUNDATIONS & BURIED PLUMBING. SEE TYPICAL FOOTING -TRENCH INFLUENCE DETAIL FOR SIMILAR REQUIREMENTS FOR INFLUENCE BETWEEN FOUNDATIONS & BURIED PLUMBING. DO NOT EMBED PIPING WITHIN OR PASS PIPING VERTICALLY OR HORIZONTALLY THROUGH ISOLATED FOOTINGS. WHERE THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER FINDS AN UNSTABLE CONDITION IS BEING CREATED, EITHER BY CUTTING OR FILLING, THE WORK SHALL NOT PROCEED IN THAT AREA UNTIL AN INVESTIGATION HAS BEEN MADE AND THE GRADING PLAN REVISED. FILL TO BE COMPACTED TO 95% OF MAXIMUM DENSITY AS DETERMINED BY ASTM D-1557. PLACE FILL IN LAYERS OF 8" THICK MAXIMUM & UNDER THE DIRECT SUPERVISION OF THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER. FILL TO BE TESTED TO VERIFY COMPACTION AS REQUIRED BY THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER. TESTS FOR DEGREE OF COMPACTION SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE ASTM D-1556 OR ASTM D-2922 TEST METHODS. OBSERVATION AND FIELD TESTS SHALL BE CARRIED ON DURING FILL AND BACKFILL PLACEMENT BY THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER TO ASSIST THE CONTRACTOR IN OBTAINING THE REQUIRED DEGREE OF COMPACTION. IF LESS THAN 95 (U.O.N. IN SOILS REPORT) PERCENT IS INDICATED, ADDITIONAL COMPACTION EFFORT SHALL BE MADE WITH ADJUSTMENT OF THE MOISTURE CONTENT AS REQUIRED COMPACTION IS OBTAINED. CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE: SHALL BE INSTALLED OVER MINIMUM 6 MIL POLYETHYLENE VAPOR RETARDER WITH JOINTS LAPPED 6" AND SEALED OVER CLEAN, COMPACTED EARTH OR FILL WITH APPROVED CHEMICAL SOIL TREATMENT FOR PREVENTION OF SUBTERRANEAN TERMITES. C.J. DENOTES CONCRETE SLAB "CONTROL JOINT" WHICH SHALL BE CUT INTO THE SLABS AT A DEPTH OF 1/ TIMES THE THICKNESS OF THE SLAB WITHIN 12 HOURS OF PLACING THE CONCRETE. MAXIMUM SPACING OF INTERIOR SLAB CONTROL JOINTS, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE, SHALL BE 16'-0" (MAX.) IN EACH DIRECTION. CONSTRUCTION OF CONTROL JOINTS SHALL BE LOCATED SUCH THAT THE AREA CONTAINED IS 600 SQUARE FEET MAX., WITH A MAXIMUM RATIO OF LONG TO SHORT SIDE OF 2 TO 1. SLAB CONSTRUCTION JOINTS SHALL BE USED IN PLACE OF CONTROL JOINTS WHERE NEEDED TO INTERRUPT A CONTINUOUS POUR. SLAB CONSTRUCTION JOINTS SHALL BE KEYED. PLACEMENT OF WELDED WIRE REINFORCEMENT IN SLAB, WHERE SPECIFIED, SHALL BE AT CONSISTENT DEPTH OF V'-2" FROM T/SLAB. WELDED WIRE REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE PROPERLY CHAIRED ABOVE GRADE. OVERLAP EACH REINFORCING SHEET TWO FULL PANELS AND TIE CROSS WIRES ON EACH SIDE. WELDED WIRE REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE SUPPLIED IN FLAT SHEETS. REFER TO ARCHITECTURAL/MECHANICAL FOR SLAB FINISHES, SLAB DEPRESSIONS, THICKENED SLABS (IN ADDITION TO THICKENED SLABS NOTED ON STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS), ELEVATIONS, AND ENCASED OR EMBEDDED ITEMS. PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONDUITS SHALL BE PLACED BELOW THE SLAB AND NOT WITHIN THE SLAB. VERTICAL PENETRATIONS ARE ALLOWED. COLUMN BOX -OUTS SHALL BE USED TO ISOLATE AN ADEQUATE AREA AROUND COLUMN BASE PLATES TO PROVIDE FOR COLUMN PLACEMENT AND LEVELING. BOX -OUTS ARE TO BE CLEAN AND FREE OF DEBRIS TO TOP OF FOOTING PRIOR TO FILLING WITH CONCRETE. COLUMN BOX -OUTS ARE NOT REQUIRED IF STEEL COLUMNS ARE PLUMB AND FULLY GROUTED PRIOR TO PLACEMENT OF SLAB. CAST -IN-PLACE CONCRETE: TO BE MIXED AND PLACED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACI 301, ACI 506 & 506.2. ALL REINFORCED CONCRETE TO HAVE 28 DAY COMPRESSIVE STRENGTHS AS FOLLOWS: • ALL STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS f'c = 4000 PSI UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. • COLUMNS & WALLS: f'c = 4,000 PSI • BEAMS & ELEVATED SLAB: f'c = 4,000 PSI • FOUNDATIONS: f'c = 3,000 PSI • SLAB ON GRADE: f'c = 3,000 PSI ALL CONCRETE MIX DESIGN SUBMITTALS SHALL INCLUDE A WRITTEN DESCRIPTION INDICATING WHERE EACH PARTICULAR MIX IS TO BE PLACED WITHIN THE STRUCTURE. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE, NORMAL WEIGHT CONCRETE (145 PCF) SHALL BE USED WITH 3/4" MAX. (ELEVATED) OR 1" MAX. (SLAB -ON -GRADE) COARSE AGGREGATE CONFORMING TO ASTM C 33. PROTECT FRESHLY POURED CONCRETE FROM PREMATURE DRYING AND EXCESSIVE COLD AND HOT TEMPERATURES. START CURING AS SOON AS FREE WATER HAS DISAPPEARED FROM THE CONCRETE SURFACE AFTER PLACING AND FINISHING. ALL CURING PROCEDURES TO FOLLOW ACI 308. PROTECT CONCRETE FROM DAMAGE AND REDUCED STRENGTH CAUSED BY FROST, FREEZING ACTIONS AND LOW TEMPERATURES IN COMPLIANCE WITH ACI 306. PROTECT CONCRETE FROM DAMAGE AND REDUCED STRENGTH CAUSED BY HIGH TEMPERATURES IN COMPLIANCE WITH ACI 305. UNIFORMLY COOL WATER AND AGGREGATES BEFORE MIXING TO OBTAIN A CONCRETE MIXTURE TEMPERATURE OF NOT GREATER THAN 90 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT AT POINT OF PLACEMENT. WHERE NEW CONCRETE IS TO BE POURED ONTO EXISTING CONCRETE, ROUGHEN AND CLEAN SURFACE OF THE ADJOINING AREA AND COAT WITH SIKADUR 32 HI -MOD OR AN APPROVED BONDING AGENT. NO ADDITIONAL WATER SHALL BE ADDED TO THE CONCRETE AT THE JOB SITE. SEE ARCHITECTURAL, ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, FIRE PROTECTION AND PLUMBING DRAWINGS FOR DRIPS, CHAMFERS, REGLETS, SLOTS, SLEEVES, RUSTICATIONS, INSERTS ANCHORS AND OTHER EMBEDDED ITEMS NOT NOTED ON STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATING & PLACING ALL EMBEDDED ITEMS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS & ADDITIONAL ITEMS NOTED IN THIS NOTE, AS REQUIRED BY OTHER TRADES. ALL OPENINGS REQUIRED BY OTHER TRADES ARE TO BE COORDINATED W/ARCH. & MECH. DWGS., AND ARE SUBJECT TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING APPROVAL. ALL OPENINGS IN CONCRETE SLABS SHALL BE LOCATED, SIZED AND REINFORCED (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SMALL OPENINGS AND/OR SLEEVES OF A SIZE THAT WILL NOT DISPLACE OR INTERRUPT THE CONTINUITY OF THE REINFORCING) AS SHOWN ON RESPECTIVE FLOOR PLANS AND DETAILS. ALL OPENINGS IN SLAB LESS THAN 10" SHALL BE COORDINATED WITH ARCHITECTURAL & MEP DRAWINGS AND ARE SUBJECT TO STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S APPROVAL. ANY ALTERATIONS REQUIRE APPROVAL OF THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. (SEE TYPICAL SLAB OPENING DETAIL). DEFECTIVE AREA IN CONCRETE INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, HONEY -COMBING, SPALLS, AND CRACKS WITH WIDTHS EXCEEDING 0.01 INCH SHALL BE REPAIRED. EXTENT OF DEFECTIVE AREA TO BE DETERMINED BY THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. CONCRETE REINFORCING: REINFORCING STEEL AND ACCESSORIES SHALL BE DETAILED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACI 315-99 (MANUAL OF STANDARD PRACTICE FOR DETAILING REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES) AND CRSI MSP2-01 (MANUAL OF STANDARD PRACTICE). (IBC 2009: CRSI MANUAL OF STANDARD PRACTICE, 28TH EDITION) REINFORCING STEEL SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A-615, GRADE 60 (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE). UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE, CONCRETE COVER FOR REINFORCING STEEL SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: 1. CONCRETE CAST AGAINST EARTH ----------------- 3" 2. FORMED CONCRETE EXPOSED TO EARTH OR WEATHER - - - - 2" 3. WALLS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3/4„ 4. COLUMNS/BEAMS--------------------------- 1 1/2" 5. CONVENTIONAL REINFORCING ELEVATED SLABS --------- 1" SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS WHICH ADEQUATELY DEPICT THE REINFORCING BAR SIZES AND PLACEMENT. WRITTEN DESCRIPTION OF REINFORCEMENT WITHOUT ADEQUATE SECTIONS, ELEVATIONS AND DETAILS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE. ALL WELDED REINFORCING STEEL SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A-706, GRADE 60, AND BE USED ONLY WITH PRIOR PERMISSION FROM THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. ALL TENSION SPLICES, INCLUDING SPLICES FROM BARS LABELED CONTINUOUS, SHALL CONFORM TO ACI 318-05. SPLICES SHALL BE CLASS B IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACI 318, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. REINFORCEMENT SHALL BE SPLICED ONLY AT LOCATIONS SHOWN OR NOTED IN THE STRUCTURAL DOCUMENTS, EXCEPT REINFORCEMENT MARKED "CONTINUOUS" CAN BE SPLICED AT LOCATIONS DETERMINED BY CONTRACTOR. SPLICES AT OTHER LOCATIONS SHALL BE APPROVED IN WRITING BY THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. (FBC 2010: ACI 318-08) WELDED WIRE REINFORCEMENT SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM A-185 AND BE LAPPED TWO FULL PANELS, TIED ON EACH SIDE AND SHALL BE SUPPLIED IN FLAT SHEETS. LONGITUDINAL REINFORCING BARS IN FOOTINGS SHALL BE PLACED CONTINUOUS AT CORNERS AND INTERSECTIONS. FOR EVERY VERTICAL OR HORIZONTAL BAR DISCONTINUED BY AN OPENING, ONE BAR (MIN. OF 2 BARS) SHALL BE ADDED © SIDE OF OPENING (HALF TO EACH SIDE - TYPICAL). PROVIDE CORNER BARS AT ALL CONTINUOUS REINFORCING BARS AT ALL MEMBERS (FOUNDATIONS, WALLS, SLABS, BEAMS AND OTHER MEMBERS). PROVIDE DOWELS FROM FOUNDATIONS, THE SAME SIZE AND NUMBER AS THE VERTICAL WALL OR COLUMN REINFORCING, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ALL DOWELS AND TERMINATING BARS SHALL HAVE A STANDARD 90 DEGREE HOOK. ALL HORIZONTAL REINFORCING SHALL BE CONTINUOUS THROUGH CONTROL AND/OR CONSTRUCTION JOINTS AND AROUND CORNERS. SHOP DRAWINGS: DESIGN OF PRE-ENGINEERED SYSTEMS SPECIFIED IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS WHICH ARE DESIGNED/ENGINEERED BY OTHERS IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DELEGATED ENGINEER. SUBMITTALS OF SUCH SYSTEMS SHALL BE SEALED BY AN ENGINEER, LICENSED IN THE PROJECT STATE. STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS INDICATE TYPICAL AND CERTAIN SPECIFIC CONDITIONS ONLY. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL DETAIL ALL CONDITIONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH SPECIFIED STANDARDS AND THE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS OF THIS PROJECT AS INDICATED IN THE PROJECT DOCUMENTS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT, AS REQUIRED, PRINTS OF SHOP DRAWINGS FOR ALL FABRICATED MATERIALS TO ARCHITECT FOR REVIEW. REVIEW IS FOR GENERAL COMPLIANCE WITH THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. NO APPROVAL IS IMPLIED FOR THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF DETAILS, QUANTITIES, DIMENSIONS, WEIGHTS OR GAUGES, FABRICATION PROCESSES, CONSTRUCTION MEANS OR METHODS, COORDINATION OF WORK WITH OTHER TRADES OR CONSTRUCTION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - ALL OF WHICH ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR. MARKINGS OR COMMENTS SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED AS RELIEVING THE CONTRACTOR FROM COMPLIANCE WITH THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CONFIRMING AND CORRELATING DIMENSIONS AT THE JOBSITE FOR TOLERANCES, CLEARANCES, FABRICATION PROCESSES AND TECHNIQUES OF CONSTRUCTION. REVIEW OF A SPECIFIC ITEM SHALL NOT INCLUDE A REVIEW OF THE ENTIRE ASSEMBLY OF WHICH THE ITEM IS A COMPONENT. REVIEW OF RE -SUBMISSION ONLY COVERS DESIGNATED CHANGES ON THE SUBMITTAL AND OTHER CHANGES CLEARLY IDENTIFIED BY THE CONTRACTOR. SHOP DRAWINGS REQUIRING A SPECIAL ENGINEERING DESIGN BY THE FABRICATOR SHALL BE STAMPED BY A REGISTERED ENGINEER OF RECORD IN THE STATE IN WHICH CONSTRUCTION WILL OCCUR BEFORE SUBMITTING FOR REVIEW BY THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER. COMPLETE SHOP DRAWINGS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ALL APPLICABLE SPECIALTY ITEMS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WOOD FLOOR & ROOF TRUSSES, PRECAST CONCRETE, CURTAIN WALL GLAZING SYSTEMS, LIGHT GAGE STEEL FRAMING, ORNAMENTAL GUARDRAILS, SKYLIGHTS, AND STAIRS SHALL BE SEALED AND SIGNED BY A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LICENSED IN THE STATE IN WHICH THIS BUILDING SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED AND SHALL BE AVAILABLE AT THE JOB SITE DURING TIMES OF INSPECTION. THE OWNER WILL NOT PAY FOR ADDITIONAL CHARGES DUE TO RE -DETAILING FEES ASSOCIATED WITH A THREE-DIMENSIONAL DETAILING PROGRAM. THE DETAILER SHALL ESTIMATE AND INCLUDE ANY COSTS IN THE BASE BID ASSOCIATED WITH RE -DETAILING FEES AS A RESULT OF CHANGES AND/OR REVISIONS MADE TO THE SHOP DRAWINGS DURING THE SHOP DRAWING REVIEW. SEE GENERAL NOTES FOR DESIGN CRITERIA AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS. FOOTINGS, HOLDDOWNS, FASTENERS, ETC. INDICATED WITHIN WHICH SUPPORT A PRE-ENGINEERED ITEM ARE PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE AFTER REVIEW OF THE PRE-ENGINEERED SHOP DRAWINGS. THESE SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL ALSO BE SUBMITTED TO THE BUILDING DEPT. AS A DEFERRED SUBMITTAL TO THE PERMIT DOCUMENTS. MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS: ANCHOR BOLTS AND THREADED RODS: SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM A 307 OR ASTM F1554 GRADE 36. QT WIRE ROPE: GALVANIZED "AIRCRAFT" DESIGNED 7x19, 270KSI WIRE ROPE. WASHERS: SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM A500 (GRADE B). NUTS: SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM A 563 GRADE A HEX. METAL CONNECTORS: ALL METAL CONNECTORS WHICH ARE EXPOSED TO EXTERIOR SHALL BE GALVANIZED RETROFIT REBAR/ROD INSTALLATION: EMBEDMENT OF RODS OR REBAR DOWELS SHALL BE 12 BAR DIAMETER MINIMUM, HOLES SHALL BE 1/4" LARGER THAN REBAR SIX AND VL," LARGER THAN THREADED ROD SIZE. (U.O.N.) EPDXY: RED HEAD EPCON 35. REINFORCING STEEL: SHALL BE ASTM A615, GRADE 60. STRUCTURAL STEEL: SHALL BE ASTM A992, GRADE 50. WELDED WIRE FABRIC (WWF): SHALL BE ASTM A185. CONCRETE MASONRY: ALL MASONRY DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONFORM TO ACI 530-05/ASCE 5-05/TMS 402-05 AND ACI 530.1-05/ASCE 6-05/TMS 602-05. CMU SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM C90-75, HOLLOW LOAD-BEARING (CMU), TYPE 1, GRADE N-1, NORMAL WEIGHT, WITH A MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 1900 PSI (f'm=1500 PSI). GROUT ALL CELLS CONTAINING VERTICAL REINFORCEMENT IN 5'-0" MAXIMUM LIFTS PROVIDE CLEANOUTS PER ACI 530.1-02 IN THE BOTTOM OF COURSE OF MASONRY WHEN THE WALL HEIGHT EXCEEDS 5-0". CONCRETE MASONRY UNITS SHALL BE NORMAL WEIGHT AND CONFORM TO ASTM C-90. LAY IN RUNNING BOND UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. F'M SHALL BE 1500 PSI (MIN. CMU COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH = 1900 PSI). COMPLETE TEST REPORTS THAT DOCUMENT MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE BUILDING INSPECTOR. GROUT SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM C476 WITH A MINIMUM OF 28 DAY COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 3000psi PER ASTM C1019. GROUT SHALL HAVE A MAXIMUM COURSE AGGREGATE SIZE OF 3/8 PLACED AT AN 8" TO 11" SLUMP. MORTAR SHALL CONFORM TO ASTM C270 AND TYPE M OR S. TYPE N MORTAR MAY BE USED IN BRICK VENEER. JOINT REINFORCING - TRUSS TYPE, 9 GAUGE SPACED VERTICALLY AT 16" UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE AND CONFORM TO ASTM A-82. VERTICAL REINFORCING IN CONCRETE MASONRY (AS REQUIRED) SHALL BE DOWELED INTO THE FOUNDATION AND EXTEND INTO THE BOND BEAM AT THE FLOOR OR ROOF. PROVIDE MIN. 4" X 4" OPENING AT U BLOCK FOR VERTICAL BAR. PROVIDE REINFORCING IN CONCRETE MASONRY GROUTED CELLS AT EACH SIDE OF OPENING, EQUAL TO THE REINFORCING DISPLACED. MINIMUM REINFORCING SHALL BE (1) TYPICAL REINFORCEMENT BAR AT EACH SIDE UNLESS REINFORCED CONCRETE JAMB IS CALLED OUT. PROVIDE JOINT REINFORCING AT 8" AT MASONRY BELOW GRADE, 2 ROWS AT 8" AT TOP AND BOTTOM OF OPENINGS, (EXTEND 24" EACH SIDE) AND 2 ROWS AT 8" AT BOND BEAMS. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE, WHERE MULTIPLE WYTHES OF CONCRETE MASONRY ARE CONSTRUCTED AND/OR WHERE ADDITIONAL WYTHES OF CONCRETE MASONRY ARE ADDED TO EXISTING WYTHES, EACH ADJACENT WYTHE SHALL BE TIED TO THE NEXT WYTHE WITH TYPICAL JOINT REINFORCING (NEW CONSTRUCTION FOR BOTH WYTHES) OR POST -INSTALLED TIES APPROVED BY ARCHITECT/ENGINEER (ADDITION TO EXISTING CONSTRUCTION) WITH SPACING/LOCATIONS MATCHING THE SPACING/LOCATIONS FOR TYPICAL JOINT REINFORCING DESCRIBED IN THE GENERAL NOTES. CONCRETE MASONRY UNITS SHALL BE CUT BELOW CONCRETE BEAMS OR BOND BEAMS AS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO GET CONTINUOUS BEAM OR BOND BEAMS AT THE PROPER ELEVATION. ALL CELLS BELOW GRADE AND SLAB ON GRADE SHALL BE GROUTED. HORIZONTAL BEAMS, BOND BEAMS AND REINFORCING SHALL BE DISCONTINUOUS AT CONTROL JOINTS. 16" DEEP BOND BEAMS MAY BE CONSTRUCTED OF 8" U BLOCK BELOW AND 8" STANDARD BLOCK ABOVE WITH BREAK AWAY TOP PART OF WEB. SEE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS FOR LAYING MASONRY AND LOCATION OF OPENINGS. ARCHITECT SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DESIGN OF ALL FLASHING. FACE SHELLS OF BED JOINTS SHALL BE FULLY MORTARED. WEBS SHALL BE FULLY MORTARED IN ALL COURSES OF PILASTERS, PIERS, COLUMNS, IN THE STARTING COURSE ON FOUNDATIONS WHERE ADJACENT CELLS/CAVITIES ARE TO BE GROUTED, & WHERE OTHERWISE NOTED. STRUCTURAL DRAWING INDEX SO.0 DESIGN CRITERIA AND GENERAL NOTES SO.1 GENERAL NOTES S1.0 FOUNDATION PLAN S1.1 FIRST LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN S1.11 SECOND FLOOR TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN S1.2 SECOND LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN S1.21 THIRD FLOOR TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN S1.3 THIRD LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN S1.31 ROOF TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN S1.32 TOWER WALL FRAMING AND ROOF TRUSS PLACEMENT PLANS S2.0 WALL SECTIONS AND DETAILS S2.1 WALL SECTIONS AND DETAILS S2.2 STAIRWELL ELEVATIONS S3.0 MASONRY SECTIONS AND DETAILS S4.0 STEEL FRAMING SECTIONS AND DETAILS S5.0 FOUNDATION AND FRAMING DETAILS S6.0 WOOD FRAMING SECTIONS AND DETAILS S7.0 ROOF FRAMING SECTIONS AND DETAILS S8.0 WOOD FRAME WALL STRAPPING DETAILS Lou Pontigo and Associates. Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, Fl 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com t No. 11' �� 0 e c� n ° ° Lc, Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N W �N (!1 w m :D UjLnQ 0 F_ z= w0 LL > 1: T 0 mQ f- mm Z Uz m w g z Q Q DESIGN CRITERIA AND GENERAL NOTES L T SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS NCLEAR REFER TO THE HITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. 7PLAN NAME AERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CH ECKED JWA / MJK /LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET SO.0 SHEET 1 of 18 PRE-ENGINEERED STEEL STAIRS, HANDRAILS AND GUARDRAILS: COMPLY WITH NAAMM, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL METAL MANUFACTURERS, "METAL STAIR MANUAL" HANDRAILS AND GUARDRAILS SHALL BE DESIGNED FOR THE REQUIREMENTS OF 1607.7 OF THE REFERENCED BUILDING CODE. HANDRAILS & SUPPORTING STRUCTURE SHALL BE CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING A 200 LB POINT LOAD OR 50 LB/FT LINE LOAD APPLIED IN ANY DIRECTION AT ANY POINT ON THE RAIL AND TO THE REQ. OF THE REFERENCED BUILDING CODE. ALL COMPONENTS SHALL BE DESIGNED AND DETAILED BY THE FABRICATOR FOR A MINIMUM 100 PSF LIVE LOAD, 2000 LB. CONCENTRATED LOAD AND L/360 MAX. DEFLECTION. MINIMUM SIZES SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: 1. METAL PANS: 14 GA. (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) 2. STRINGERS: C12x20.7 (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE) STEEL STAIRS SHALL BE SLAB SUPPORTED USING 4" DIAMETER STANDARD PIPE POSTS AS NEEDED. PROVIDE DETAILS SO THAT STAIR CAN BE ASSEMBLED AND INSTALLED IN PROPER SEQUENCE WITH ADJACENT WORK. METAL PAN STAIR TREADS AND LANDINGS SHALL HAVE NOT LESS THAN 2" NOR MORE THAN 3" OF CONCRETE FILL FOR WALKING SURFACES. COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS & MEET ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL BUILDING CODES. SEE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS FOR EXACT LAYOUT AND CONFIGURATION. COMPLETE SHOP DRAWINGS (INCLUDING MEMBERS, COMPONENTS, CONNECTIONS AND ALL LOADS CLEARLY INDICATED ON THE CALCULATIONS & SHOP DRAWINGS. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL SHOW & SPECIFY ALL CONNECTIONS UTILIZED WITHIN THE RAILING SYSTEM AS WELL AS CONNECTIONS TO AND LOADS IMPOSED UPON THE STRUCTURAL FRAMING SYSTEM) FOR CONSTRUCTION OF STAIRS, HANDRAILS, AND GUARDRAILS SHALL BE SEALED AND SIGNED BY A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LICENSED IN THE STATE IN WHICH CONSTRUCTION WILL OCCUR AND SHALL BE AVAILABLE AT THE JOB SITE DURING TIMES OF INSPECTION. EARTHWORK TESTING: IT IS REQUIRED THAT THE SITE PREPARATION & FOUNDATION CONSTRUCTION BE MONITORED BY THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER OR HIS REPRESENTATIVE. THE FOLLOWING ARE RECOMMENDED MINIMUM SAMPLING AND TESTING FREQUENCIES. AT LEAST ONE MOISTURE -DENSITY () TEST, ATTERBERG LIMITS TEST AND PERCENT FINER THAN #200 SIEVE TEST SHOULD BE PERFORMED PER EACH SOIL TYPE SUCH AS SUBGRADE AND SELECT FILL. IN STRUCTURE AREAS, AT LEAST 1 DENSITY AND MOISTURE CONTENT TEST PER 5000 SQUARE FEET OF SURFACE AREA SHOULD BE PERFORMED ON THE SUBGRADE SOILS, AND AT LEAST 1 DENSITY AND MOISTURE CONTENT TEST PER 5000 SQUARE FEET OF SURFACE AREA SHOULD BE PERFORMED FOR EACH COMPACTED 8 -INCH THICK LAYER OF FILL. TESTING BACKFILL TRENCHES SHOULD BE AT LEAST 1 DENSITY AND MOISTURE CONTENT TEST PER 100 LINEAR FEET OF TRENCH PER 8 -INCH COMPACTED FILL THICKNESS. AT 25% OF ANY ISOLATED COLUMN FOOTING LOCATIONS A MINIMUM OF AT LEAST FIVE (5) DENSITY AND MOISTURE CONTENT TESTS SHOULD BE PERFORMED IN THE BUILDING AREA ON THE SUBGRADE SOILS, AND A MINIMUM OF AT LEAST FIVE (5) DENSITY AND MOISTURE CONTENT TESTS SHOULD BE PERFORMED PER 8 -INCH COMPACTED THICKNESS OF FILL IN THE BUILDING AREA. TESTING OF BACKFILLED TRENCHES SHOULD BE AT LEAST 1 DENSITY AND MOISTURE CONTENT TEST PER 100 LINEAR FEET OF TRENCH PER 8 -INCH COMPACTED FILL THICKNESS. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT A QUALIFIED FIELD TECHNICIAN BE ON-SITE DURING ALL SOIL PROCESSING AND PLACEMENT. CONCRETE TESTING: OWNER WILL EMPLOY AN INDEPENDENT TESTING LABORATORY TO PERFORM THE FOLLOWING TESTS AND SUBMIT TEST REPORTS ON CAST -IN-PLACE CONCRETE: • ASTM C143 "STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR SLUMP OF PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE." SLUMP SHALL NOT EXCEED LIMIT INDICATED ON APPROVED MIX DESIGN, OR 6" (WHICHEVER IS SMALLER) • ASTM C39 "STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CYLINDRICAL CONCRETE SPECIMENS." CYLINDERS SHALL BE TAKEN FOR EACH MIX DESIGN USED, AND FOR EVERY 50 CUBIC YARDS OF CONCRETE PLACED. TEST CYLINDERS AT THE FOLLOWING AGES: CYLINDER AT 3 DAYS, I CYLINDER AT 7 DAYS, 2 CYLINDERS AT 28 DAYS -OR- HOLD ONE RESERVE CYLINDER TO BE TESTED AS REQUESTED BY THE ENGINEER. IF REQUIRED 28 DAY STRENGTH IS ACHIEVED, THE RESERVE CYLINDER MAY BE DISCARDED. ALL CONCRETE TESTS INCLUDING AIR CONTENT, SLUMP, AND TEST CYLINDERS SHALL BE TAKEN AT THE POINT OF DISCHARGE AND FROM THE DISCHARGE END OF PUMP HOSE WHEN CONCRETE IS PUMPED. POST -INSTALLED ANCHORS IN CONCRETE: EXPANSION ANCHORS AS SHOWN ON CONTRACT DOCUMENTS SHALL BE HILTI KWIK BOLT 3 ANCHORS MANUFACTURED BY HILTI FASTENING SYSTEMS, WEDGE -ALL ANCHORS MANUFACTURED BY SIMPSON STRONGTIE COMPANY, POWER -STUD ANCHORS MANUFACTURED BY POWERS FASTENERS, TRUBOLT WEDGE ANCHORS MANUFACTURED BY ITW RAMSET/RED HEAD OR APPROVED EQUAL. INSTALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. MINIMUM EMBEDMENT SHALL BE PER MANUFACTURER'S REQUIREMENTS UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ADHESIVE ANCHORS AS SHOWN ON CONTRACT DOCUMENTS SHALL CONSIST OF AN ALL -THREAD GRADE 36 STEEL ANCHOR WITH HY150 MAX INJECTION ADHESIVE (HIT HY20 INJECTION ADHESIVE FOR MASONRY CONSTRUCTION WITH VOIDS) SUPPLIED BY HILTI FASTENING SYSTEMS, EPDXY-TIE SET EPDXY ADHESIVE SUPPLIED BY SIMPSON STRONGTIE COMPANY, EPCON G5 EPDXY ADHESIVE SUPPLIED BY ITW RAMSET/RED HEAD OR APPROVED EQUAL. INSTALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. MINIMUM EMBEDMENT SHALL BE PER MANUFACTURER'S REQUIREMENTS UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. POST -INSTALLED ANCHORS SHALL ONLY BE USED WHERE SPECIFIED ON THE DRAWINGS. CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN APPROVAL FROM ENGINEER OF RECORD PRIOR TO USING POST INSTALLED ANCHORS FOR MISSING OR MISPLACED CAST -IN-PLACE ANCHORS. CARE SHALL BE GIVEN TO AVOID CONFLICTS WITH EXISTING REBAR. HOLES SHALL BE DRILLED AND CLEANED PER THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS. ANCHORS SHALL BE INSTALLED PER THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AT NOT LESS THAN MINIMUM EDGE DISTANCES AND/OR SPACING INDICATED IN THE MANUFACTURER'S LITERATURE. UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE, ANCHORS SHALL BE EMBEDDED IN THE APPROPRIATE SUBSTRATE WITH A MINIMUM EMBEDMENT OF 8 TIMES THE NOMINAL ANCHOR DIAMETER OR THE EMBEDMENT REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE INTENDED LOAD. SUBSTITUTION REQUESTS, FOR PRODUCTS OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED, SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER WITH CALCULATIONS THAT ARE PREPARED AND SEALED BY A REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER SHOWING THAT THE SUBSTITUTED PRODUCT WILL ACHIEVE AN EQUIVALENT CAPACITY USING THE APPROPRIATE DESIGN PROCEDURE REQUIRED BY THE BUILDING CODE. ADHESIVE FOR REINFORCING DOWELS IN EXISTING CONCRETE SHALL BE EITHER THE HIT HY150 MAX INJECTION ADHESIVE SUPPLIED BY HILTI FASTENING SYSTEMS, EPDXY-TIE SET EPDXY ADHESIVE SUPPLIED BY SIMPSON STRONGTIE COMPANY, POWER -FAST EPDXY INJECTION GEL SUPPLIED BY POWERS FASTENERS, EPCON G5 EPDXY ADHESIVE SUPPLIED BY ITW RAMSET/RED HEAD OR APPROVED EQUAL. MIN. EMBEDMENT LENGTH SHALL BE 12 BAR DIAMETERS, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. PLYWOOD WALL SHEATHING: 7/16" APA RATED OSB SHEATHING, 24/16. ORIENT PANELS PER 1/S2.0. MINIMUM SIZE OF CONNECTION SHALL BE 8d COMMON NAILS TO WOOD. MAXIMUM SPACING OF CONNECTION SHALL BE 6" O.C. EDGE & 6" O.C. FIELD. SEE PLAN FOR INCREASED NAILING REQUIREMENTS AT SHEARWALLS. PLYWOOD FLOOR DECKING: 23/32" APA RATED TONGUE AND GROOVE OSB DECKING, 48/24. LONG SIDE OF PLYWOOD PANEL SHALL BE PERPENDICULAR TO THE SUPPORT WITH THE END JOINT OF THE PANEL ALIGNED WITH THE CENTER OF THE TWO ADJACENT PANELS (NO CONTINUOUS PANEL JOINTS). PANELS SHALL BE CONTINUOUS OVER TWO OR MORE SPANS. MINIMUM SIZE OF CONNECTION SHALL BE 10d COMMON NAILS TO WOOD. MAXIMUM SPACING OF CONNECTION SHALL BE 6" O.C. EDGE & 6" O.C. FIELD. DECKING SHALL ALSO BE GLUED TO THE SUPPORTING FLOOR TRUSSES.. PLYWOOD ROOF SHEATHING: 5/8" APA RATED OSB OR PLYWOOD SHEATHING, 32/16 (EXPOSURE 1). LONG SIDE OF PLYWOOD PANEL SHALL BE PERPENDICULAR TO THE SUPPORT WITH THE END JOINT OF THE PANEL ALIGNED WITH THE CENTER OF THE TWO ADJACENT PANELS. (NO CONTINUOUS PANEL JOINTS). PANELS SHALL BE CONTINUOUS OVER TWO OR MORE SPANS. MINIMUM SIZE OF CONNECTION SHALL BE 0.113x2%2" RINGSHANK NAILS @ 6" O.C. EDGE & 6" O.C. FIELD (AT GABLE ENDS DECREASE EDGE NAIL SPACING TO 4" O.C. WITHIN 4'-0" OF ROOF EDGE). SUITABLE EDGE SUPPORT SHALL BE PROVIDED AS RECOMMENDED BY THE AMERICAN PLYWOOD ASSOCIATION BY USE OF PANEL CLIPS OR LUMBER BLOCKING BETWEEN JOISTS. PANEL END JOINTS SHALL OCCUR OVER FRAMING. PLYWOOD PANELS SHALL BE BLOCKED WITH 2x4 (MIN. U.N.O.) AT PERIMETER OF ROOF AND AT DIRECTIONAL CHANGES. GYPSUM WALL SHEATHING AND WALLBOARD SHEAR WALLS: ALL GYPSUM WALL SHEATHING AND INTERIOR BEARING WALL BOARDS SHALL BE 4x8 SHEETS AND MAY BE APPLIED PARALLEL OR PERPENDICULAR TO STUDS. MIN. THICKNESS OF GYPSUM SHEATHING TO BE 5/8". PROVIDE SOLID BLOCKING AT ALL PANEL EDGES. ALL INTERIOR LOAD BEARING WALLS SHALL BE NAILED AS FOLLOWS: 1. USE 6d COOLER NAILS OR DRYWALL SCREWS (1 3/8", TYPE S OR W). 2. CONNECT NAILS @ 4" O.C. EDGE & 7" O.C. FIELD. WOOD FRAMING: NATIONAL FOREST PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION, AF & PA NDS -05, WITH 2005 SUPPLEMENT, AND AF&PA SPECIAL DESIGN PROVISIONS FOR WIND & SEISMIC, SDPWS-05. ALL LUMBER, EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFICALLY NOTED OTHERWISE, SHALL BE MILL SIZED AND SURFACED ON (4) SIDES. ALL SHALL BE STRAIGHT STOCK, FREE FROM WARP OR CUP, AND SINGLE LENGTH PIECES. SPLICES WILL NOT BE PERMITTED EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFICALLY 'S0 DETAILED OR AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER. EACH PIECE OF STRUCTURAL LUMBER, SHEATHING AND TIMBER SHALL BE MARKED WITH THE GRADE BY SUCH COMPETENT AND RELIABLE ORGANIZATION WHOSE REGULAR BUSINESS IS TO ESTABLISH LUMBER GRADES. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE, USE SPRUCE -PINE -FIR (SPF) OR SOUTHERN PINE (SYP), 19% MAX. MOISTURE CONTENT, AS FOLLOWS: 1. DOUBLE TOP PLATES AND SILL PLATES SHALL BE (SYP#2). 2. PLATES IN CONTACT WITH CONCRETE OR CMU SHALL BE (SYP#2) P.T. 3. SILL PLATE ANCHORS PER FOUNDATION PLAN. 4. MIN. OF (SPF) UTILITY GRADE FOR INTERIOR NON-BRG. TOP PLATES. 5. USE (SPF#2) OR BETTER FOR ALL WALLS IN THESE PLANS. 6. SPACE STUDS AT 16" O.C. IN NON -LOAD BEARING WALLS. 7. BEAMS AND HEADERS (SYP#2). 8. LOAD BEARING STUDS, & EXTERIOR STUDS (SEE WALL SCHEDULE) 9. SUB -PURLINS, PLATES, BLOCKING (SPF #2) ALL WALLS SHALL BE BALLOON FRAMED FULL HEIGHT TO ROOF OR FLOOR BEARING ELEVATION, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ON PLAN. SPRUCE PINE FIR #2 SPECIFICATIONS: Fb=775 PSI, Fc(PARALLEL)= 1000 PSI, Fc=(PERP)=335 PSI, Fv=135 PSI, Ft=350 PSI, E=1100 KSI SOUTHERN PINE #2 SPECIFICATIONS PER LATEST SOUTHERN FOREST PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION (SFPA) ANY WOOD IN CONTACT WITH CONCRETE, MASONRY, OR SOIL, SHALL BE PRESSURE TREATED. METAL CONNECTORS SHALL BE FASTENED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS TO DEVELOP THE MAXIMUM PUBLISHED CAPACITY. ALL WOOD -TO -WOOD CONNECTIONS SHALL EMPLOY METAL ANCHORS. NO TOE OR END NAILING SHALL BE PERMITTED (UON), EXCEPT FOR AT TOP AND BOTTOM PLATES IN WALLS. METAL CONNECTORS SHALL BE FASTENED IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS TO DEVELOP THE PUBLISHED CAPACITY. ALL CONNECTORS SHALL BE G90 GALVANIZED STEEL. ALL ANCHORS IN CONTACT WITH PRESSURE TREATED, FIRE -RETARDANT OR WOLMANIZED WOOD SHALL BE COATED WITH G185 ZINC COATING. ALL OTHER ANCHORS MAY BE COATED WITH G90 COATING. THE QUANTITY OF WALL STUDS DISPLACED OR CUT FOR AN OPENING SHALL BE PLACED ADJACENT TO AND ATTACHED TO JAMBS, HALF ON EACH SIDE OF THE OPENING. WHERE CONNECTIONS ARE NOT SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS, COMPLY WITH NAILING SCHEDULE IN THE BUILDING CODE. ALL NAILS AT NON -AIR CONDITIONED/HEATED AREAS SHALL BE GALVANIZED. TOE NAILS SHALL BE DRIVEN AT AN ANGLE OF 30 DEGREES TO THE PIECE AND BE STARTED AT 1/3 THE NAIL LENGTH FROM THE END OF THE PIECE. ALL BOLTS SHALL BE FURNISHED WITH STANDARD NUT WASHER. FASTENERS IN CONTACT WITH TREATED WOOD, INCLUDING BOLTS AND NAILS AT SILL PLATES SHALL BE HOT -DIPPED GALVANIZED OR STAINLESS STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 2304.9.5 OF THE BUILDING CODE. ALL NAILS TO BE G90 GALVANIZED (G185 GALVANIZATION FOR NAILS IN CONTACT WITH TREATED WOOD). COORDINATE BLOCKING LOCATION WITH SHEATHING EDGES AS REQUIRED. ALL NAILS SHALL BE COMMON WIRE NAILS. MULTIPLE STUD OR SOLID COLUMNS SHALL BE CONTINUOUS FROM FRAMING LEVEL, WHERE SHOWN, TO THE FOUNDATION. THIS WILL REQUIRE SOLID BLOCKING WITHIN THE FLOOR FRAMING EQUAL TO THE COLUMN DIMENSION. UNLESS OTHERWISE FASTENED, CONNECT COLUMNS ABOVE AND BELOW EACH FRAMING LEVEL WITH SIMPSON CMST14 STRAP (WITH NAILS/LAP ABOVE AND BELOW FRAMING LEVEL PER STRAP SPECIFICATIONS) AND ANCHOR COLUMN TO FOUNDATION WITH SIMPSON HTT16 HOLD-DOWN W/ 5/8" DIAMETER X 6" EMBED. DEPTH EPDXY ANCHOR. MULTIPLE STUD PACK COLUMNS SHALL BE CONNECTED LATERALLY TO ONE ANOTHER PER DETAIL INDICATED HEREIN. MINIMUM CONNECTIONS SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS (UON): BEAMS - (1) SIMPSON HTS16 EACH END TYPICAL. BEAM TO POST - CMST14 STRAP WRAPPED ACROSS TOP OF BEAM END AND DOWN POST WITH NAILS/LAP ON TOP OF BEAM AND DOWN POST AS SPECIFIED FOR STRAP. WALL SHEATHING NOTED ON STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS OR SCHEDULES SHALL BE ATTACHED DIRECTLY TO THE FACE OF FRAMING MEMBERS. SEE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS FOR ALL NON-STRUCTURAL SHEATHING REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL SHEATHING REQUIRED BY ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS SHALL BE ATTACHED TO THE OUTSIDE FACE OF STRUCTURAL SHEATHING. WALL FRAMING MAY BE PANELIZED (WITHOUT GYPSUM WALLBOARD OR SHEATHING). SUBMIT PANEL DRAWINGS FOR REVIEW. TIMBER FASTENING SHALL BE PER FBC "MINIMUM FASTENING SCHEDULE" UNLESS NOTED AS GREATER ON DRAWINGS. CONNECTORS TO BE SIMPSON OR APPROVED ALTERNATE, WITH MINIMUM CAPACITY AS NOTED. SEE PLANS. ALL NAILS SHALL BE COMMON WIRE NAILS. ROUGH HARDWARE, JOIST HANGERS, STRAPS, HOLDOWNS, ETC. SHALL BE MANUFACTURED BY "SIMPSON STRONG -TIE" COMPANY OR USP STRUCTURAL CONNECTOR OR APPROVED EQUAL. THE MAXIMUM SIZE AND NUMBER OF FASTENERS SPECIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURER SHALL BE USED UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. BLOCKING AND FIRESTOPPING TO BE INSTALLED AS REQUIRED TO SUPPORT ALL ITEMS OF FINISH SUCH AS BULKHEADS AND BUCKS. PROVIDE FIREBLOCKING TO CUT OFF ALL CONCEALED DRAFT OPENINGS, BOTH VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL, BETWEEN CEILING AND FLOOR AREAS (AS REQUIRED BY BUILDING OFFICIAL AND ARCHITECT). BOLTS (IF APPLICABLE) SHALL BE INSTALLED IN HOLES BORED WITH A BIT 1/16" LARGER THAN THE DIAMETER OF THE BOLT. BOLTS AND NUTS SEATING ON WOOD SHALL HAVE CUT STEEL WASHERS UNDER HEADS AND NUTS. NUTS SHALL BE PULLED TIGHT AND AGAIN CHECKED AND TIGHTENED JUST PRIOR TO ENCLOSING BOLTED MEMBERS. COUNTER BORE FOR BOLTED HEADS OR NUTS ONLY WHERE SO INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS AND THEN TO SUFFICIENT DEPTH TO HOUSE THE BOLT HEAD OR NUT AND WASHER. CUT OFF EXCESSIVE BOLT PROJECTION WHERE NECESSARY. NICK THREADS TO PREVENT LOOSENING. ALL WOOD MEMBERS EXPOSED TO WEATHER OR IN CONTACT WITH MASONRY, CONCRETE OR SOIL SHALL BE PRESSURE -TREATED. PT LUMBER INDICATED IN SECTIONS PRESERVED WITH SODIUM BORATE (DOT-DISODIUM OCTABORATE TETRA HYDRATE). IF HOWEVER, ACQ OR NON -DOT BORATE PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT IS USED, ALL ATTACHED FASTENERS SHALL BE HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED. IF ACZA PRESERVATIVE IS USED, ALL ATTACHED FASTENERS SHALL BE STAINLESS STEEL. PRE-ENGINEEREED WOOD FLOOR AND ROOF TRUSSES: - "GANG -NAIL" PRE-ENGINEERED WOOD TRUSSES ARE TO BE CONSTRUCTED WITH METAL PLATE CONNECTORS AND DESIGNED BY A DELEGATED ENGINEER. TRUSSES SHALL COMPLY WITH NFPA, TPI, AND AITC 100. THE TRUSS MANUFACTURER SHALL PROVIDE DESIGN CALCULATIONS AND SHOP DRAWINGS SIGNED AND SEALED BY A STRUCTURAL ENGINEER (CONTRACTED BY TRUSS MANUFACTURER) FOR REVIEW PRIOR TO FABRICATION. DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND INSTALLATION SHALL MEET ALL APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE NATIONAL DESIGN SPECIFICATION FOR WOOD CONSTRUCTION AND OF THE TRUSS PLATE INSTITUTE. PROVIDE ALL REQUIRED BLOCKING AND BRACING REQUIRED BY THE MANUFACTURER FOR CONSTRUCTION AND ERECTION IN ADDITION TO BLOCKING SHOWN ON THE STRUCTURAL DETAILS. MEMBERS OF A COMPLETED TRUSS ARE NEVER TO BE NOTCHED OR CUT. THE DESIGN SHALL ACCOUNT FOR ALL UNIFORM LOADS AND EQUIPMENT LOADS. CONTACT THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FOR UNIFORM LOADING AND REQUIREMENTS IF REQUIRED. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT ADEQUATE TRUSS BEARING IS INSTALLED AT ALL TRUSSES AS INDICATED IN THE TRUSS SHOP DRAWINGS. ALL TRUSS -TO -TRUSS CONNECTIONS AND TRUSS PROFILES ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DELEGATED TRUSS ENGINEER. PRE-ENGINEERED WOOD TRUSSES SHALL BE BRACED IN ACCORDANCE WITH TRUSS PLATE INSTITUTE'S "HANDLING, INSTALLING AND BRACING METAL PLATE CONNECTED WOOD TRUSSES, HIB -91" AND "BUILDING COMPONENT SAFETY INFORMATION BOOKLET BCSI 1-03" AND RELATED SUMMARY SHEETS. TRUSSES TO BE SPACED @ 24" O.C. (UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN). SEE PLANS FOR TRUSS LOCATION AND SPANS AS WELL AS SPECIAL TRUSS LOCATIONS REQUIRED FOR MECHANICAL UNITS AT ROOMS. ACTUAL TRUSS SPACING TO BE USED TO DETERMINE UNIFORM LOADS/FOOT. WOOD TRUSSES ALONG A VERTICAL PLANE OF THE BUILDING SHALL BE CONTINUOUS. TRUSSES MAY BE SPLICED FOR SHIPPING PURPOSES AND CONNECTED IN THE FIELD WITH METAL CONNECTOR PLATES. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER FOR REVIEW. PRE-ENGINEEREED WOOD FLOOR AND ROOF TRUSSES: WOOD TRUSSES SHALL BE FULLY ENGINEERED AND FABRICATED BY THE MANUFACTURER AND SHALL BEAR THE SEAL AND SIGNATURE OF A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LICENSED IN THE STATE WHERE CONSTRUCTION IS TO OCCUR. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED AND SHALL INCLUDE TRUSS SPACING (24" MAX.), SIZE OF MEMBERS, CONNECTIONS, AND BRACING. DESIGN SHALL CONSIDER LL, DL, AND ALL SPECIAL LOADS FROM MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING. CALCULATIONS SHALL ALSO BE SUBMITTED AND SHALL BEAR THE SEAL OF A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LICENSED IN THE STATE WHERE CONSTRUCTION IS TO OCCUR. SPECIAL LOADS FROM MECHANICAL/PLUMBING OR OTHER EQUIPMENT HAVE NOT BEEN CONSIDERED AND SHALL BE COORDINATED BY THE TRUSS DESIGNER. TRUSSES SUPPORTING THESE SPECIAL LOADS SHALL BE DESIGNED FOR THESE LOADS IN ADDITION TO THE TYPICAL UNIFORM LOADS. CONCENTRATED LOADS SHALL BE SUPPORTED AT PANEL POINTS ONLY. ANY LOADS SUSPENDED FROM TRUSSES MUST BE APPLIED TO EACH TRUSS UNIFORMLY, SPACING OF HANGERS NOT TO EXCEED 2'-0" O.C. IN ANY DIRECTION. ALL TRUSS SHOP DRAWINGS INCLUDING LATERAL BRACING DETAILS SHALL BE AVAILABLE AT THE JOBSITE DURING TIMES OF INSPECTION AND SHALL BEAR CLEAR INDICATION THAT THEY HAVE BEEN REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER OF RECORD. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT CUT OR ALTER ANY TRUSS MEMBER. ALL TRUSS CONNECTORS TO BE G90 GALVANIZED STEEL. ALL NAILS/SCREWS USED AT CONNECTOR PLATES/ANCHORS SHALL BE G-90 GALVANIZED. FLOOR TRUSSES SHALL CONNECT TO BEARING WALLS WITH A MINIMUM OF (2)-16d TOENAILS. FLOOR TRUSSES SHALL CONNECT TO BEAMS AT FLUSH CONDITIONS WITH SIMPSON HANGERS AS SPECIFIED BY TRUSS DESIGNER. TRUSS MANUFACTURER SHALL COORDINATE WITH CONTRACTOR FOR LOCATIONS OF SQUARE PANELS FOR HVAC. FLOOR TRUSS WEB STIFFENERS ARE REQUIRED AT ALL INTERMEDIATE BEARING LOCATIONS AND WHEN TRUSSES ARE BEING SUPPORTED ON HANGERS. FLOOR TRUSSES SHALL BE FABRICATED AND INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. SEE MECHANICAL DRAWINGS AND ROOF PLAN FOR EQUIPMENT WEIGHTS, LOCATIONS AND ACCESS PATHS IN ROOF TRUSSES. SEE MECHANICAL DRAWINGS AND ROOF PLAN FOR EQUIPMENT WEIGHTS, LOCATIONS AND ACCESS PATHS IN ROOF TRUSSES. ACTUAL TRUSS SPACING TO BE USED TO DETERMINE UNIFORM LOADS/FOOT. ROOF TRUSSES SHALL BE CONNECTED AT THE BEARING AT EACH END AS FOLLOWS: WHERE THE ROOF TRUSSES BEARS ON A DOUBLE 2x PLATE, THE TRUSS SHALL BE CONNECTED WITH (2)-12D TOENAILS AND A SIMPSON H2.5A. WHERE THE ROOF TRUSS CONNECTS TO ANOTHER TRUSS OR BEAM, IT SHALL BE CONNECTED WITH A METAL TRUSS ANCHOR CAPABLE OF RESISTING GRAVITY AND WIND LOADS. (ANCHOR TO BE SELECTED AND DESIGNED BY TRUSS ENGINEER). TRUSS DESIGNER SHALL INDICATE THAT ALL HIPS, VALLEYS, AND RIDGES NOT SUPPORTED BY A TRUSS MEMBER SHALL HAVE A DOUBLE 2x8 FRAMING MEMBER SPANNING BETWEEN TRUSSES WITH SIMPSON CLIP CONNECTION EA. END. AMOUNT AND TYPE OF TRUSS UPLIFT STRAPPING SHALL BE VERIFIED W/ TRUSS ENGINEER'S SHOP DRAWINGS AND CALCULATION AND ADJUSTED ACCORDINGLY, AS NEEDED. ROOF TRUSSES, TRUSS GIRDERS, JOISTS AND BEAMS TO WALLS. ALL CONNECTIONS SPECIFIED HEREIN ARE MINIMUM CONNECTIONS AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND UPDATED BASED ON UPLIFT FORCES SUBMITTED ON THE TRUSS AND JOIST SHOP DRAWINGS. SINGLE SPAN ROOF TRUSSES - (1) SIMPSON H2.5A AT EACH END. TWO SPAN ROOF TRUSSES - (1) SIMPSON H2.5A AT EACH END AND (2) SIMPSON H2.5A AT INTERMEDIATE SUPPORTS (ONE EACH SIDE). TRUSS GIRDERS - (1) SIMPSON HTS16 EACH END TYPICAL. DESIGN BY TRUSS DESIGNER FOR NON -TYPICAL CONDITIONS. PROPER ERECTION BRACING SHALL BE INSTALLED TO HOLD THE TRUSSES TRUE AND PLUMB AND IN SAFE CONDITION UNTIL PERMANENT TRUSS BRACING AND BRIDGING CAN BE SOLIDLY NAILED IN PLACE TO FORM A STRUCTURALLY SOUND FRAMING SYSTEM. ALL ERECTION AND PERMANENT BRACING SHALL BE INSTALLED AND ALL COMPONENTS PERMANENTLY FASTENED BEFORE THE APPLICATION OF ANY LOADS TO THE TRUSSES. ALL BRACING SHALL BE DESIGNED BY MANUFACTURER AND INDICATED ON SHOP DRAWINGS. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH TRUSS FABRICATOR TO ENSURE THAT ALL BRACING IS PROVIDED INCLUDING BOTTOM CHORD BRACING BY WAY OF CEILING SHEATHING OR SPECIFIC BRACES AT PREDETERMINED LOCATIONS (AT DROPPED SUSPENDED CEILING). ALL PREFABRICATED WOOD TRUSSES ARE TO BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH BRACING WOOD TRUSSES COMMENTARY, "HANDLING AND ERECTING WOOD TRUSSES", AS PUBLISHED BY THE TRUSS PLATE INSTITUTE. PROVIDE STRONG BACK BRACING AT TRUSSES PER REQUIREMENTS FROM TRUSS DESIGNER. COMPONENT -TO -COMPONENT CONNECTIONS SHALL BE SPECIFIED ON PRE-ENGINEERED TRUSS DESIGN SUBMITTAL. METAL CONNECTORS AND FASTENERS: ALL EXPOSED METAL STRAPS AND HANGERS SHALL BE GALVANIZED G185 (1.85 OZ/FT/,2) OR BETTER. SIMPSON PRODUCTS SHALL BE ZMAX GALVANIZED. HANGER AND STRAPS INSTALLED OVER ACQ OR ACZE PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER SHALL BE STAINLESS STEEL. ALL EXPOSED WOOD FASTENERS SHALL BE HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED TO MEET THE SPECIFICATIONS OF ASTM153 OR BETTER. FASTENERS INSTALLED INTO ACQ OR ACZE PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER SHALL BE STAINLESS STEEL. PRE-ENGINEERED MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURES: PRE-ENGINEERED ALUMINUM CANOPY STRUCTURE DESIGNED BY OTHERS. CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT SHOP DRAWING INDICATING CONNECTION POINTS, REACTIONS, & FASTENER REQUIREMENTS. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ANY LOADING REQUIREMENTS WITH THE PRE-ENGINEERED WOOD ROOF TRUSSES. (TYPICAL) LAMINATED VENEER LUMBER (MICROLLAM): LAMINATED VENEER LUMBER SHALL BE 1.9E MICROLLAM LVL AS MANUFACTURED BY TRUSS JOIST MACMILLAN OR AN APPROVED EQUAL. SIGNED AND SEALED SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER FOR REVIEW. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL INCLUDE SIZE, SPACING, BRACING AND ALL SUPPORT HANGERS. LAMINATED VENEER LUMBER SHALL HAVE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES: 1. ALLOWABLE BENDING STRESS 2600 PSI 2. ALLOWABLE COMPRESSION PARALLEL TO GRAIN 2510 PSI 3. ALLOWABLE HORIZONTAL SHEAR 285 PSI 4. ALLOWABLE COMPRESSION PERPENDICULAR TO GRAIN 750 PSI 5. MODULUS OF ELASTICITY 1,900,000 PSI 6. SHEAR MODULUS OF ELASTICITY 118,750 PSI NOTCHES, HOLES OR CUTS SHOWN IN DETAIL 8/S700 ARE ALLOWED WITHOUT ADDITIONAL APPROVAL; ALL OTHER MEMBER MODIFICATIONS ARE TO BE APPROVED BY THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. MANUFACTURER SHALL PROVIDE A COMPLETE SET OF DESIGN. CALCULATIONS SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR TO THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER FOR REVIEW. PARALLEL STRAND LUMBER (PARALLAM): PARALLEL STRAND LUMBER SHALL BE 2.0E PARALLAM PSL AS MANUFACTURED BY TRUSS JOIST MACMILLAN OR AN APPROVED EQUAL. SIGNED AND SEALED SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER FOR REVIEW. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL INCLUDE SIZE, SPACING, BRACING AND ALL SUPPORT HANGERS. PARALLEL STRAND LUMBER SHALL HAVE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES: 1. ALLOWABLE BENDING STRESS 2900 PSI 2. ALLOWABLE COMPRESSION PARALLEL TO GRAIN 2900 PSI 3. ALLOWABLE HORIZONTAL SHEAR 290 PSI 4. ALLOWABLE COMPRESSION PERPENDICULAR TO GRAIN 750 PSI 5. MODULUS OF ELASTICITY 2,000,000 PSI 6. SHEAR MODULUS OF ELASTICITY 125,000 PSI NOTCHES, HOLES OR CUTS SHOWN IN DETAIL 8/S700 ARE ALLOWED WITHOUT ADDITIONAL APPROVAL; ALL OTHER MEMBER MODIFICATIONS ARE TO BE APPROVED BY THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. WOLMANIZED PARALLEL STRAND LUMBER SHALL BE TREATED WITH CA -C PRESERVATIVE IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S REQUIREMENTS. MAXIMUM MOISTURE CONTENT AFTER TREATMENT AND DRYING SHALL BE 19%. STRUCTURAL STEEL: MATERIALS: STRUCTURAL STEEL -------------- A572 or A992 (50 KSI) CHANNELS, ANGLES, PLATES -------- A36 (36 KSI) RECTANGULAR STEEL TUBES - -- A500 Gr. B. (46 KSI) PIPES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A53 Gr. B HIGH STRENGTH BOLTS - - - - - - - - A325N ANCHOR BOLTS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A307 or ASTM F1554 (36 KSI) WELDING ELECTRODES ------------ E70XX DETAIL, FABRICATE, AND ERECT ALL STRUCTURAL STEEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH AISC SPECIFICATION FOR DESIGN, FABRICATION AND ERECTION OF STRUCTURAL STEEL FOR BUILDINGS. ALL STRUCTURAL STEEL WORK SHALL CONFORM TO THE AISC SPECIFICATION FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL FOR BUILDING - ALLOWABLE STRESS DESIGN AND PLASTIC DESIGN, 14TH EDITION. WELDING FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH AWS CODE D1.1 AND VISUALLY CONFORM TO AWS SECTION 6 AND TABLE 6.1. FABRICATION/ERECTION INSPECTIONS BY THE CONTRACTOR PER AWS D1.1 SECTION 6, SHALL BE BY ASSOCIATE/CERTIFIED INSPECTORS (ACI/CWI) PER AWS QC1 OR AWS B5.1. VERIFICATION INSPECTIONS SHALL BE BY A CERTIFIED WELDING INSPECTOR (WI) OR SENIOR WELDING INSPECTOR (SWI) PER AWS B5.1 WELDS SHALL BE MADE ONLY BY OPERATORS EXPERIENCED IN PERFORMING THE TYPE OF WORK INDICATED. WELDING SHALL BE DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPROPRIATE WELD PROCEDURE SPECIFICATIONS (WPS'S) WELDERS SHALL BE FAMILIAR WITH THE APPLICABLE WPS'S. WELDS NORMALLY EXPOSED TO VIEW IN THE FINISHED WORK SHALL BE UNIFORMLY MADE AND GROUND SMOOTH. WHERE WELDING IS DONE IN PROXIMITY TO GLASS OR FINISHED SURFACES, SUCH SURFACES SHALL BE PROTECTED FROM DAMAGE DUE TO WELD SPARKS, SPATTER OR TRAMP METAL. WELDER QUALIFICATIONS AND (WPS) SHALL BE MAINTAINED AT THE SITE OF THE WORK AND SHALL BE READILY AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION UPON REQUEST, BOTH IN THE SHOP AND IN THE FIELD A CERTIFIED WELD INSPECTOR (CWI) SHALL INSPECT AND DOCUMENT COMPLIANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING: 1. CONFIRM WELDER QUALIFICATIONS PRIOR TO START OF WORK. 2. REVIEW ALL (WPS) PRIOR TO START OF WORK. 3. CONFIRM MATERIALS IN FABRICATIONS CONFORM TO SPECIFICATIONS. 4. OBSERVE JOINT PREPARATION, FIT -UP AND WELDER TECHNIQUE. 5. IDENTIFY ALL MULTI -PASS FILLET WELDS, SINGLE PASS FILLET WELDS GREATER THAN 5/16" AND COMPLETE / PARTIAL JOINT PENETRATION GROOVE WELDED BUTT JOINTS THAT REQUIRED CONTINUOUS INSPECTION. 6. VISUALLY INSPECT ALL WELDS PER AWS SECTION 6.5 AND TABLE 6.1 ALL WELDS SHALL BE 3/16" MINIMUM FILLET WELDS U.O.N. OR AS REQUIRED BY DESIGN. STRUCTURAL GROUT SHALL BE SHRINKAGE RESISTANT NON -EXPANSIVE, NON- METALLIC GROUT WITH A MINIMUM 28 -DAY COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 5000PSI WHEN TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM C109. FORMS SHALL BE PLACED AROUND BASE PLATE AND THE STRUCTURAL GROUT SHALL BE POURED. NO DRY -DAMP PACKING. PRIME: ALL STEEL SURFACES, BOTH EXPOSED AND CONCEALED ARE TO RECEIVE ONE SHOP COAT OF PAINT AND FIELD SPOT PRIME ALL WELDS, SCARS CONN., ETC., WHERE PAINT IS DAMAGED. ALL GALVANIZED STEEL SHALL HAVE ALL WELDS, SCARS, ETC., RE -GALVANIZED IF DAMAGED. DEVIATION FROM THE CONNECTION DETAILS DEPICTED IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. STRUCTURAL ENGINEER SHALL BE COMPENSATED BY THE CONTRACTOR FOR THE COST INVOLVED IN THE REDESIGN OF CONNECTIONS FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE CONTRACTOR. Lou Pontigo and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, FI 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com 0 ,,z:. o 9 � N0.3 311 e STK F Luis A. Pontigo, PE FLP #53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS. WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNAT16NS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO a ASSOCIATES. INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N Uj m (/1 w � Q�0 0Ln CL/O z w� QU 0 NW 0° m z `zs mz W J I Q Q GENERAL NOTES DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION 15 UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. 37'-2% „ i 37'-2YA" FOUNDATION PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" NOTES: 1. AS AN ALTERNATE TO THE CONVENTIONALLY REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB GRADE INDICATED IN THESE DRAWINGS, THE CONTRACTOR MAY INSTALL A POST -TENSIONED CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE. THE POST -TENSIONED SLAB SHALL BE DESIGNED AT THE FINANCIAL EXPENSE OF THE CONTRACTOR BY A DELEGATED FLORIDA REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER WITH EXPERIENCE IN THIS TYPE OF DESIGN PER CHAPTERS GIG15-30831. THE DESIGN SHALL BE SUFFICIENT TO SUPPORT ALL BUILDING LOADS INCLUDING: DEAD LOAD, LIVE LOAD AND LATERAL WIND LOAD. THE DESIGN SHALL BE SIGNED AND SEALED AND SUBMITTED AS A SHOP DRAWING ALONG WITH THE CORRESPONDING CALCULATIONS TO THE E.O.R. FOR REVIEW. 2. THIS FOUNDATION PLAN ONLY CONVEYS STRUCTURAL INFO. RELATED TO THE FOUNDATION. FOR GENERAL FEATURES, DIMENSIONS, CONDUITS, ELECTRICAL EMBEDS, STEP HEIGHTS, ECT., SEE ARCH. PLAN. ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SHOWN HERE IN FOR REFERENCE ONLY. 3. FOOTINGS AND FOUNDATIONS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE W/ LOCAL BUILDING CODES. 4. SOIL COMPACTION AND FILL SHALL BE COMPACTED TO A MIN. OF 95% STANDARD PROCTOR IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM D 698. VERY IMPORTANT FOUNDATION NOTE FOR CONTRACTOR: GEOTECHNICAL DATA AND FOUNDATION RECOMMENDATIONS HAVE NOT BEEN PROVIDED TO LOU PONTIGO AND ASSOCIATES. SHALLOW FOOTINGS HAVE BEEN DESIGNED WITH A SOIL BEARING (DESIGN MAXIMUM) OF 2000 PSF. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN A GEOTECHNICAL REPORT PREPARED BY A LICENSED ENGINEER IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE FOOTING DETAILS AND PREPARE GRADE PER GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER SHALL APPROVE THE DESIGN SOIL BEARING PRESSURE AND DEPTH OF FOOTING. 5YMI3UL5 LtLjLNU ----- SLAB SAWCDT NOTE: - PROVIDE SAWCUTS PER BUILDER TO COORDINATE WITH FINISH FLOOR MATERIAL. —EA DESIGNATES '/2"x6" EPDXY ANCHOR SLAB ON GRADE NOTE: DESIGNATES INTERIOR LOAD BEARING WALL 4" CONCRETE SLAB rN/ DESIGNATES CMU STEMWALL FIBERMESH ® 1.5 LBS/CU.YD. DESIGNATES SLAB RECESS OF CONCRETE OR 6x6 W1.4xW1.4 DESIGNATES BEAM OR TRUSS, SEE PLAN WWF ON 10MIL VAPOR BARRIER CONT.2.5 IN PREPARED GRAD[ =. FOUNDATION PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" NOTES: 1. AS AN ALTERNATE TO THE CONVENTIONALLY REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB GRADE INDICATED IN THESE DRAWINGS, THE CONTRACTOR MAY INSTALL A POST -TENSIONED CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE. THE POST -TENSIONED SLAB SHALL BE DESIGNED AT THE FINANCIAL EXPENSE OF THE CONTRACTOR BY A DELEGATED FLORIDA REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER WITH EXPERIENCE IN THIS TYPE OF DESIGN PER CHAPTERS GIG15-30831. THE DESIGN SHALL BE SUFFICIENT TO SUPPORT ALL BUILDING LOADS INCLUDING: DEAD LOAD, LIVE LOAD AND LATERAL WIND LOAD. THE DESIGN SHALL BE SIGNED AND SEALED AND SUBMITTED AS A SHOP DRAWING ALONG WITH THE CORRESPONDING CALCULATIONS TO THE E.O.R. FOR REVIEW. 2. THIS FOUNDATION PLAN ONLY CONVEYS STRUCTURAL INFO. RELATED TO THE FOUNDATION. FOR GENERAL FEATURES, DIMENSIONS, CONDUITS, ELECTRICAL EMBEDS, STEP HEIGHTS, ECT., SEE ARCH. PLAN. ARCHITECTURAL PLAN SHOWN HERE IN FOR REFERENCE ONLY. 3. FOOTINGS AND FOUNDATIONS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE W/ LOCAL BUILDING CODES. 4. SOIL COMPACTION AND FILL SHALL BE COMPACTED TO A MIN. OF 95% STANDARD PROCTOR IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM D 698. VERY IMPORTANT FOUNDATION NOTE FOR CONTRACTOR: GEOTECHNICAL DATA AND FOUNDATION RECOMMENDATIONS HAVE NOT BEEN PROVIDED TO LOU PONTIGO AND ASSOCIATES. SHALLOW FOOTINGS HAVE BEEN DESIGNED WITH A SOIL BEARING (DESIGN MAXIMUM) OF 2000 PSF. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN A GEOTECHNICAL REPORT PREPARED BY A LICENSED ENGINEER IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE FOOTING DETAILS AND PREPARE GRADE PER GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER SHALL APPROVE THE DESIGN SOIL BEARING PRESSURE AND DEPTH OF FOOTING. 5YMI3UL5 LtLjLNU ----- DESIGNATES FOOTING LINE - DESIGNATES SAWCUT LINE —EA DESIGNATES '/2"x6" EPDXY ANCHOR ® DESIGNATES INTERIOR LOAD BEARING WALL 1'-0" DESIGNATES CMU STEMWALL CONT.2.0 DESIGNATES SLAB RECESS 2'-0" DESIGNATES BEAM OR TRUSS, SEE PLAN I—L-ju 1 IIVV Dk_r_ICUULC TYPE LENGTH WIDTH DEPTH REINFORCEMENT CONT.1.66 CONT 1'-8" 1'-0" 3-#4 CONT.* CONT.2.0 CONT 2'-0" 1'-0" 3-#4 CONT.* CONT.2.5 CONT 2'-6" 1'-0" 3-#4 CONT.* CONT.3.0 CONT 3'-0" 1'-0" 4-#4 CONT.* F2.0 2'-0" 2'-0" 1'-0" 3-#4 EA. WAY F2.5 2'-6" 2'-6" 1'-0" 4-#4 EA. WAY F3.0 3'-0" 3'-0" 1'-0" 5-#4 EA. WAY F3.5 3'-6" S-6" 1'-0" 5-#4 EA. WAY F4.0 4'-0" 4'-0" 1'-0" 5-#4 EA. WAY F5.0 5'-0" 5-0" 1'-4" 6-#5 EA. WAY ek fnm/ x/nl- ❑T Tn AAIC`1 if n("r M A M /l An"_ 1 1\ V V I VL jr� I I\/ I VJ V LI\JL L/ I\ Lou Ponti o and Associate , Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, FI 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 S�: CA# 3579 WWW.Ip-acom `\0 i-0 " m .. c.. ... ' SOP", "'�::i O ♦e R No. 53311 e s S T ♦ .. ♦ i 4 ♦ o 4/� ♦♦ `mss PPPPPP s� t�ylC ♦ rFJ § L2.,`� . _��Jy` Luis A. Ponigo, PE FL PE#5 311 :74�1�'1C�7��'1■� FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATE , INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUC URAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY OU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. M ( RESULT IN ADDffIONAL ENGIN ERING OR INSPECTION EES. FOUNDATION PLAN LARCHITECTURAL SCALE DIMENSIONS FRj AWINGS. IF A DIMENSILEAR REFERTO THE AWINGS ONTACE.O.R. PLAN NAME AHERN To 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CH ECKED JWA / MJK /LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET 51.0 SHEET 3 OF 18 11 11 S5.0 %Y x%" 1.8E PARALLAM %"x%" 1.8E PARALLAM s5.0 PSL POST w/2X6 EACH PSL POST w/2X6 EACH SIDE SIDE 12" MASONRY WALL 12" MASONRY WALL w/#5 VERTICAL @ w/#5 VERTICAL @ BEAM ABOVE BEAM ABOVE 48 O.C. -- -- -- -- 48 O.C. AL L (3)2x6 0 � I SP)F 2 SPFx2 I o (3)2x6 CONNECT WOOD FRAME 10 SPF#2 I # # I SPF#2 I CONNECT WOOD FRAME WALL TO CMU WALL W/ Im POST POST POST POST i`il WALL TO CMU WALL W/ ee » O " " ee Y4 x3 TAPCONS @ 16» Y4 xO.C. i (m 3 TAPCONS @ 16 O.C. VERTICALLY Q �F`,9 lQ VERTICALLY m Q0/ i I I i ! Q 8x16 MASONRY 8x16 MASONRY I �. x I pl `D p wl LINTEL w/1-#5 LINTEL w/1-#5 I 0�'P N Q N BOT & 2-#5 TOP BOT & 2-#5 TOP SIMPSON HDUS-SDS O ` mi SIMPSON HDU5-SDS 9 w/%" THREADED IQ Ld w/ " THREADED 9 S3.0 ROD EPDXIED 8" t� mi ROD EPDXIED 8" Q S3.0 W m (3)2X4 SPF#2 i I (3)2X4 SPF#2 � I I � M � o X N I I N u � MASONRY EXPANSION WOOD FRAME WALLS TO JOINT -THIS LOCATIONCMU WALL 4%3" TAPCONS III III p WOOD FRAME WALLS ONLY @ 16 O.C. VERTICALLY m TO CMU WALL %4"x3" MASONRY EXPANSION 1 1 co 2 -HOUR UL FIRE TAPCONS @ 16" O.C. JOINT -THIS LOCATION 2 -HOUR UL FIRE s2 2 s2.2 VERTICALLY ONLY 12 MASONRY WALL RATED WALL. SEE i Q i RATED WALL. SEE w/#5 VERTICAL @ ARCH cD CE III III m N ARCH „ ol z 1 SW 3/6 III (4)2x6 SYP#2 TOP (4)2x6 SYP#2 TOP III N SW 3/6 12 MASONRY WALL 48 O.C. _- - PLATE, SEE 1/S2.2 PLATE, SEE 1/S2.2 v _ __ _________ __ w/#5 VERTICAL @ ---- - --------- --------- 7777 - - (TYPICAL) (TYPICAL) - - 48" O.C. ---- ------------------- -----zz�---------------------- ------ OVE SW 3/6 (3)2x6 (3)2x6�`77 SW 3/6 2 -HOUR UL FIRE I SPF#2 SPF#2 2 -HOUR UL FIRE RATED WALL. SEE OI I POST POST I 0 RATED WALL. SEE ARCH I o I I E3 ARCH I I I T Nx N b -c 8x16 MASONRY �iJ I LINTEL w/1-#5 I p m BOT & 2-#5 TOP m m Q I � 8x16 MASONRY \ I Q w LINTEL w/1-#5 I I m m l BOT & 2-#5 TOP � I 3 I I 71F1 I ^9 I � S3.0 i o I I o s33..0 X X I N N N BEAM ABOVE`" v BEAM ABOVE -- -- == WOOD FRAME WALLS TO I CMU WALL X%Y TAPCONS III WOOD FRAME WALLS @ 16" O.C. VERTICALLY I p III p TO CMU WALL Y4%3" QII 1 1 m TAPCONS @ 16" O.C. 2 -HOUR UL FIRE 2 -HOUR UL FIRE S2.2 s2.2 � � VERTICALLY 12" MASONRY WALL RATED WALL. SEE '� i X11 Q i RATED WALL. SEE 12" MASONRY WALL w/#5 VERTICAL @ ARCH / N w In m x ARCH vv/#5 VERTICAL @ 48" O.C. �vv 6 v m (4)2x6 SYP#2 TOP (4)2x6 SYP#2 TOP III N N SW 3/6 48" O.C. AL _________ __ _ PLATE, SEE 1/S2.2 PLATE, SEE 1/S2.2 _ - _---___-----____-- ____-- • (TYPICAL) (TYPICAL) ---- -------- ------- -- ----- ---- -- --------------- - ---- SW 3/6 SPF#2 SPF#2 SW 3/6 2 -HOUR UL FIRE I I 2 -HOUR UL FIRE I 8x16 MASONRY I RATED WALL. SEE I I POST POST0RATE ARCH I ARCHD WALL. SEE I I 8x16 MASONRY LINTEL w/1-#5 I ED1 LINTEL w/1-#5 BOT & 2-#5 TOP I I i "� "� i I BOT & 2-#5 TOP I I I I N U) N N I I I c`4 \ I I I I 9 g S3.0 S3.0 I N I I I 1 I I I I I I O O O O Im Im IQ Q I oI o Q QI QI QI I N N m m m I 00 Im I S 12"x12" MASONRY v m l m m m Co (3)2x6 W/ 2-#5 VERTICAL (3)2x6 X SPF#2 (2 PLACES) SPF#2 POST POST BE ABOVE (2)2x12, STRAP EACH BEAM VE I 12" MASONRY WALL BEA ABO END W/ (2)HTSM16 BEAM A OVE w/#5 VERTICAL @ J I I I 48" O.C. 3 (4)2x6 SPF#2 12 MASONRY WALL 1 3 2 2 3 I I (4)2x6 SPF#2 W/#5 VERTICAL@ POST. I � j ao s2.2 s2.2 II � I POST. 48„O.C. I XN (2)2x6-1 /1 x (2)2x12, STRAP EACH (2)2x12, STRAP EACH 11 SW 3/6 END W/ 2-HTSM16 END W/ 2-HTSM16 SW 3/6 11 ss.o 3 -PLY 3 -PLY S5.0 7.25" LVL 7.25" LVL TOP PLATE TOP PLATE (4)2x6 SYP#2 1 (4)2x6 SYP#2 TOP WALL TO CMUNECT WALL CONNECT WOOD FRAME TOP PLATE SEE 1 IMPORTANT NOTE: PLATE SEE 1 /S2.2 WALL TO CMU WALL W/ 1 TOP (TYPICAL) 52.2 CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW FIRE s2.z TYPICAL Y4%3" TAPCONS @ 16" O.C. Y4 x3 TAPCONS @ 16 O.C. RATING REQUIREMENTS AND (TYPICAL) VERTICALLY VERTICALLY FRAMING CONFIGURATION WITH ARCHITECT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION FIRST LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = V-0" FRAMING NOTES: 1. FOR TYPICAL WALL FRAMING SEE 11/S7.0. 2. FASTEN ALL BUILT-UP HEADERS AND POSTS PER DETAILS 2 & 3/S7.0. SOLE PLATE ANCHORS: 1. ALL SOLE PLATE ANCHORS SHALL BE V8%7" THREADED RODS EPDXIED 4" WITH S'0%0.227" WASHERS. 2. AT EXTERIOR WALLS SOLE PLATE ANCHORS SHALL BE SPACED @ 24"o.c & 12" MAX. FROM EACH CORNER & SOLE PLATE BREAKS. AT PARTY WALLS, SPACE SOLE PLATE ANCHORS @ 24"o.c 3. AT OSB SHEARWALLS, SPACE SOLE PLATE ANCHORS @ 24"o.c. 4. AT LOAD BEARING WALLS, SPACE SOLE PLATE ANCHORS @ 48"o.c. MASONRY EXPANSION JOINT /11 (^N i► A� --II r r1_ rw ire NOTE: AT THIS LOCATION ONLY Ei 1> MASONRY EXPANSION/ JOINT 5 I UU _`A_"tUULt J 1 IVII.JIJLJ LLIJLI VIJ STUD SIZE DESIGNATES OSB SHEARWALL. THE HIDDEN LINE DESIGNATES SIDE OF WALL THE SHEARWALL SHEATHING TO BE APPLIED. 8d @ 3/6 DESIGNATES 8d COMMONS Yo.c EDGE & Cox "IN THE FIELD" FLOOR & sw 3/s 1ST FLOOR 2x6 SPF#2 (2)2x8-1 /2 DESIGNATES THE HEADER SIZE AND NUMBER OF PLY'S & JACK/KING STUDS NEEDED FOR SUPPORT HEADER. ---- 2ND FLOOR DESIGNATES BEAM OR TRUSS, SEE PLAN WALLS DESIGNATES INTERIOR LOAD BEARING WALLS. 2x6 SPF#2 ZO 3RD FLOOR @ 16"o.c DESIGNATES CMU WALLS. SEE S3.0 1ST FLOOR (2)2x4 SPF#2 @ 12"o. c ANCHOR LEGEND ® %" A307 DIAMETER THREADED ROD TERMINATES AT FIRST FLOOR TOP PLATE, SEE 6/S8.0 • SIMPSON DTT2Z w/Y2" THREADED ROD EPDXIED 6" MIN. - SIMPSON HTT5 w/%" THREADED ROD EPDXIED 8" MIN. ■ SIMPSON HDL18-SDS w/3/4, THREADED ROD EPDXIED 12" MIN. NOTE: AT THIS LOCATION ONLY Ei 1> MASONRY EXPANSION/ JOINT 5 I UU _`A_"tUULt STUD SIZE LOCATION FLOOR & N SPACING 1ST FLOOR 2x6 SPF#2 w @ 16"o.c EXTERIOR 2ND FLOOR 2x6 SPF#2 WALLS @ 16"o.c 2x6 SPF#2 ZO 3RD FLOOR @ 16"o.c 1ST FLOOR (2)2x4 SPF#2 @ 12"o. c DOUBLE 2x4 SPF#2 PARTY 2ND FLOOR @ 12"o.c WALLS 2x4 SPF#2 Z aju 3RD FLOOR @ 12"o.c , 1ST FLOOR 2x4 SPF#2 2 @ 12"o.c INTERIOR 2ND FLOOR 2x4 SPF#2 WALLS @ 16"o.c 3RD FLOOR 2x4 SPF#2 @ 16"o. c STUD NOTES: 1.) SPF DENOTES SPRUCE PINE FIR. 2.) SYP DENOTES SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE. MASONRY NOTES: 1. MASONRY WALLS SHALL BE REINFORCE WITH 1-#5 VERTICAL ® 48" O.C., AT CORNERS, JAMBS, AND WALL INTERSECTIONS. 2. PROVIDE HORIZONTAL JOINT REINFORCING AT 16" O.C. 3. GROUT ALL CELLS CONTAINING VERTICAL REINFORCEMENT AND ALL CELLS BELOW GRADE. SEE 1/S3.0 FOR GROUTING NOTES. 4. WALL COURSING SHALL BE RUNNING BONDS, STACK BOND SHALL NOT BE USED. 5. AT WALL CORNERS AND INTERSECTIONS, WALL COURSING SHALL INTERLOCK, EVERY OTHER COARSE. 6. SEE SO.O FOR MASONRY BLOCK AND GROUTING SPECIFICATIONS. 7. WHERE NON -PT WOOD BEARS ON CMU, PROVIDE (2) LAYERS OF 30 LBS ROOFING PAPER BETWEEN WOOD & CMU WALL. LINTEL NOTES: 1. LINTELS SHALL HAVE (2) #5 TOP AND BOTTOM. 2. FOR LINTEL DEPTH, SEE ARCH PLANS. BOTTOM SHALL BE A PRECAST "U" LINTEL. SEE 6/S3.0. 3. GROUT LINTEL SOLID. Lou Pontigo and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, F1 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com Nr ,,. 5;x;311 ° ° STS' P O Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PDNTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N m (!1 w o 0 = ZO zLLw QU O w F-- mm Z aju F: n1mQ , Lu 2 J Q Q FIRST LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAIAINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME rAHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK / LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S1.1 SHEET 4 OF 18 GU5.50-SDS HANGER w/ HGU5.50-SDS HANGER w 1 -FLANGE CONCEALED (ADD BLOCK 1 -FLANGE CONCEALED (ADD BLOCK HTT4 w/5/8" OF LVL MATERIAL TO FIT HANGER) S21 BUILT UP CUSTOM BUILT UP CUSTOM (4� OF LVL MATERIAL TO FIT HANGER) HTT4 w/5/8" THREADED ROD STEEL BRACKET STEEL BRACKET THREADED ROD EPDXIED 8" MIN. (4)HTS16 (2)PLY 18" LVL SEE 1/S4.0 SEE 1 /S4.0 (2)PLY 18" LVL (4)HTS16 EPDXIED 8" MIN. 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N Ill (2)PLY 18" LVL (2)PLY 18 LVL 2 ^ "IIIS .0 WIND GIRT WIND GIRT 2 I N S6.0 PER 4/S6.0. w/2 -A35 EA END w/2 -A35 EA END T I I A (2)HTS16 (2)HTS16 (2 TS1 (3)PLY 18" LVL r�HUC416 HUC416�, (3)PLY 18 LVL )H 16 (2)HTS16 (2)HTS16 TRUSS LOCATED OVER IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII U HANGER HANGER (4 16 1111 1111 1111 11 11 IIII MASONRY WALL BELOW 1111 OSB BLOCKING IIII 1111 114TT4 SEE (4)HTS16 HTT4 SEfill IIII IIII OSB BLOCKING PANEL SHEATH TRUSS PER PANEL PER 4/S6.0. 5 S8.0 SII > II 5/S 3.0 PER 4/S6.0. DETAIL 9/S3.0 �II -j 11 IIII > 2 1111 IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII J 00III IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII 00 r 11 IIII IIII IIII 3/g" OSB SOFFIT @ � n - BOTTOM CHORD OF 18" FLOOR 11a II TRUSS @ 24" OSB BLOCKING TRUSS IIII IIII IIII 1111 IIII OSB BLOCKING " O.C. MAX N PANEL PER III IIII 18 FLOOR IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII Jill IIII PANEL PER TRUSS @24" 4/S6.0. 4/S6.0. 111 IIII O.C. MAX IIII IIII 11115! > II II > >5! 1111 J J 3/8" OSB SOh-FIT @ 3/8" OSB SOFFIT @ J J s IIII IIID IIID 1111. IIID BOTTOM CHORD OF BOTTOM CHORD OF a 111 a IIII a IIII a IIII IIII 00 00 111100 1111°00 111100 IIII0t0 TRUSS TRUSS III IIII Ilii IIII -j s. J J i J II III a a. (L a a a .°J 01 0so villi J II I" IIII" IIII" IIII" HU C 416 H U C 416 `III "IIII `� IIII v IIII IIII JJJI IIII 1111 1111 111 IIII IIII IIII (3)PLY 18 LVL `HANGER HANGER -\ PLY � - - (3)PLY 18" LVL 2 PLY » IIII () -- () HTT4w/5/8 18" LVL 18" LVL THREADED ROD HTT4 w/5/8" IIII i (4)HTS16 - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - _ - 4 16 OSB BLOCKING PANEL IIII EPDXIED 8" MIN. IIII THREADED ROD OSB BLOCKING IIII IIII 1111 EPDXIED 8" MIN. IIII PER 4/S6.0. PANEL PER 4/S6.0. 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ALL TRUSSES SHALL HAVE TEMPORARY BRACING PER 'COMMENTARY' AND RECOMMENDATION FOR HANDLING, INSTALLING & BRACING METAL PLATE CONNECTED WOOD TRUSSES, HIB -91." IIII IIII OSB SOFFIT @ IIII BOTTOM CHORD OF III TRUSS IIII IIII IIII IIII TRUSS LOCATED OVER IIILMASONRY WALL BELOW SHEATH TRUSS PER DETAIL 9/S3.0 IIII 1 00 IIII A r IIII a IIII IIII IIII IIII 1 S2.0 IIII IIII IIII TRUSS LOCATED OVER MASONRY WALL BELOW SHEATH TRUSS PER IIII IIII DETAIL 9/S3.0 nn IIII a v IIII IIII IIII TRUSS LOCATED OVER IIII MASONRY WALL BELOW SHEATH TRUSS PER DETAIL 9/S3.0 IIII IIII IIII [Ilia J IIII -^- IM `..I 3/8" OSB SOFFIT @ ,,,,,//-BOTTOM CHORD OF TRUSS Lou Ponti3o and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, FI 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com • m • Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N m t.l1 w � �Q 0 �a = ZO z wLL QU NW 00 m z U W J I Q Q SECOND FLOOR TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME -\ AHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK / LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS !D. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET 51.11 SHEET 5 of 18 1 S2.0 III o O I 0 \ III 2-CS16 EA END (5)2x4 OF SW SPF2 � i POST. SW 3/6 (1 ---- - - -------------- (5)2x4 SW 3/6 2-CS16 SPF#2 EA END III POST. i OF SW III 00 � III � III 00 III 0111 m Q w III m III 0 0 17� ° 0 0 H° ° IF 00 x VILF III 2-CS16 EA END (5)2x4 OF SW SPF 2 POST. 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(3)2x6 SPF#2 POST. (3)2x8-1 /1 i CO x N 00 x N (3)2x6 SPF#2 POST. 00 I 1 N S2.2 ro 00 x N (3)2x6 SPF#2 P O ST. 00 N S2.2 00 x N (3)2x6 SPF#2 POST. (: 1 00 52.2 N T/ I 3 S2.1 (3)2x6 SPF#2 POST. CO 52.2 > N CO x N M 00 x N CO x N 11-1M (3)2x6 SPF#2 POST. 2 2 52.2 S2.2 IMPORTANT NOTE: CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW FIRE RATING REQUIREMENTS AND FRAMING CONFIGURATION WITH ARCHITECT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION SECOND LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" 0 0 ° ►ii 3 2_x4 SPF#2 2x III III POST. III POST. III ' III III 0 & III III Q M 0 III III mQ Q LU III m � �o III III w III III m III m III III EAM ABOVE III (5)2x4 III III o SPF#2 � III POST. III (5)2x4 III ( 2x, SPF#2 S III POST. POST. & Sw 3/s WALL TO BEAM SEE 2&3/S8.0 M III 0 (2)2x8-1 III mQ DESIGNATES THE HEADER SIZE AND NUMBER OF PLY'S & JACK/KING STUDS NEEDED FOR SUPPORT HEADER. ---- � �o Q LLj a m III DESIGNATES INTERIOR LOAD BEARING WALLS. 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THE HIDDEN LINE DESIGNATES SIDE OF WALL THE SHEARWALL SHEATHING TO BE APPLIED. 8d @ 3/6 DESIGNATES 8d COMMONS Q 3"o.c EDGE & Co.c "IN THE FIELD" SCEDULE & Sw 3/s WALL TO BEAM SEE 2&3/S8.0 © STRAP WALL PER DETAIL 1 /S8.0 (2)2x8-1 /2 DESIGNATES THE HEADER SIZE AND NUMBER OF PLY'S & JACK/KING STUDS NEEDED FOR SUPPORT HEADER. ---- @ 16"o.c DESIGNATES BEAM OR TRUSS, SEE PLAN 2x6 SPF#2 EXTERIOR DESIGNATES INTERIOR LOAD BEARING WALLS. ( i%7-71 @ 16"o.c 2x6 SPF#2 DESIGNATES CMU WALLS. SEE S3.0 11 1 1 1 1 I TSI (2)2x4 SPF#2 ANCHOR LEGEND @ 12"o.c ATER DIAMETER THREADED ROD TERMINATES AT FIRST FLOOR TOP PLATE, SEE 6/S8.0 • SIMPSON DTT2Z w/Y2" THREADED ROD EPDXIED 6" MIN. ® SIMPSON HTT5 wl%" THREADED ROD EPDXIED 8" MIN. ■ SIMPSON HDU8—SDS w/3/a„ THREADED ROD EPDXIED 12" MIN. 5 I UU 5)UILUULL STUD SIZE STRAPPING SCEDULE & STRAP BELOW WALL TO BEAM SEE 2&3/S8.0 © STRAP WALL PER DETAIL 1 /S8.0 m 2x6 SPF#2 w 1ST FLOOR 5 I UU 5)UILUULL STUD SIZE LOCATION FLOOR & N SPACING m 2x6 SPF#2 w 1ST FLOOR @ 16"o.c 2ND FLOOR 2x6 SPF#2 EXTERIOR WALLS @ 16"o.c 2x6 SPF#2 3RD FLOOR @ 16"o.c w� (2)2x4 SPF#2 1ST FLOOR @ 12"o.c DOUBLE 2 2 x4 SPF#2 #2 �w 2ND FLOOR 12 WALLS m 2x4 SPF#2 Z x 3RD FLOOR @ 12"o. c 2x4 SPF#2 Irn 1ST FLOOR @ 12"o. c INTERIOR 2ND FLOOR 2x4 SPF#2 WALLS Q @ 16"o.c 2x4 SPF#2 3RD FLOOR @ 16"o.c STUD NOTES: 1.) SPF DENOTES SPRUCE PINE FIR. 2.) SYP DENOTES SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE. Lou Ponti3o and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, FI 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com .-, ae4tt14��teli t r" �'�*d kd i s� • P No,,3311 s m1-1:tlT' a r F o q r r 44s . 4 IS =rta rz Luis A. Ponti3o, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO 6 ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m Lf)Uj N m LnUj w = z Z w� QU 0 �w m Z x Irn W Q I Q Q SECOND LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME AHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRA��N/CHECKED JWA / MJK /LAP DATE 06.01. i 8 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S1.2 SHEET 6 OF 18 HGUS410 2 HGUS410 HGUS410 s2.1 HANGER HANGER s2.i HANGER HANGER 2-A35 UPSIDE UPSIDE UPSIDE UPSIDE 2-A35 DOWN DOWN 1 HTT5 SEE DETAIL 1 DOWN DOWN HTT5 SEE DETAIL S6.0 r r 56.0 4/S8.0 (TYPICAL) 4/S8.0 (TYPICAL) tE r WALL WAT7 ABOVEABOIII S6.0 III IIII O IIII IIII IIII II IIII LC 5! IIII II IIII IIII -� IIS IIII IIII PC IIII II IIIN IIII V.J o J O O (c3j � U VIII O©U ©v �� o II IIII �cn o o cS IIII J SII ,L � o _ 24 FLOOR >- U, IIII III 5! IIII TRUSS © 24' a �� O Ill d- � III o�ifl o io N IIIIN N t- co N c� ^ o lz tp }. O.C. MAX N N ~ -� g "IIII 24" FLOOR s6.o N III I I II v III >- IIII TRUSS @ 24 � III III O.C. MAX IIII`.. III III ^IIII IIII HGUS414 HGUS414 t� HANGER In 1�7 HANGER L III Illlr TT(2)PLY 24" LVL (2)PLY 24" LVL ,IIII 8 8 ° IIII I HGUS414 IIII D-1 s6.o s6.o HGUS414 HANGER HANGER -id III III 17 IIII IIIIfill 42 3 HTT5 SEE DETAIL HTT5 SEE DETAIL 3 IIII s2. (2)PLY 24" LVL (2)PLY 24" LVL 2 0 IIII (2)HTS16 .0 4/S8.0 (TYPICAL) 6.0 (2)HTS16 WIND GIRT WIND GIRT 4/S8.0 (TYPICAL) w/2 -A35 EA END w/2 -A35 EA END AL_ IFKXXII (2)HTS16 (2)HTS16 (2)HTS16 (2)HTS16 III IIII III III IIII III III IIII IIII IIII IIII III IIII III III IIII III °� ° IIII II 9 II IIII IIII IIII s6.o o F O (� O Q � ° O U o �F o`er" o:�Jjjj � }nl o� c� o@ c5 ill11 i IIII 0 ° IIII �� o D� IIII IIII LL O _j� o IIN IIII IIII IIII oN � � N�� IIIIN NII 0 2CO �_ N NH0� CO 24" FLOOR � ~ �: 24" FLOOR >- ^II" NIIII TRUSS © 24" ^IIII II >- O.C. MAX M III v TRUSS @ 24" O.C. MAX I1111049 III IIII IIII III IIII } s6.o � HGUS414 .Ja-. 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MAX N " �I Ilr Z� (2)PLY 24" LVL IIII a IIII (2)PLY 24 LVL III III HGUS414 I I IIII (IIII IIII II HGUS414 VIII HANGER GIRDE DER HANGER I US USS - - (2)HTS16 (2)HTS16 i i I I IIII IIII I I 2-A35-/ I Iilll VIII 2-A35 8 IST @ ST © II HTT5 SEE DETAIL HTT5 SEE DETAIL IIII 'r -4 S8.0 TYPICAL I I DER RUS I 4/S8.0 (TYPICAL) VIII VIII / ( ) USS HUC210-2 HANGER HUC210-2 HANGER _ _._- IMPORTANT NOTE: (3)MSTA24 CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW FIRE (UPSIDE DOWN) L J L RATING REQUIREMENTS AND (3)MSTA24 (UPSIDE DOWN) J FRAMING CONFIGURATION WITH HANGER?.F[11 45PLIDES J L HGU7.25-SDS ARCHITECT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION HANGER (4 PLIES FIT IN HANGER) FIT IN HANGER) THIRD FLOOR TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = V-0" NOTE: 1. PRE-ENGINEERED WOOD TRUSSES: SHALL BEAR THE SEAL OF AN ENGINEER IN THE STATE WHERE PROJECT IS BEING BUILT AND SHALL COMPLY WITH NFPA, TPI, AND AITC 100. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT ADEQUATE TRUSS BEARING IS INSTALLED AT ALL TRUSSES AS INDICATED IN THE TRUSS SHOP DRAWINGS. ALL TRUSS -TO -TRUSS CONNECTIONS AND TRUSS PROFILES ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DELEGATED TRUSS ENGINEER. ALL TRUSSES SHALL HAVE TEMPORARY BRACING PER 'COMMENTARY' AND RECOMMENDATION FOR HANDLING, INSTALLING & BRACING METAL PLATE CONNECTED WOOD TRUSSES, HIB -91." Lou Pontlgo an(] Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, F132250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com • N`bi+ d4:3 I •p 'a i v Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO H ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR L INSPECTION FEES. N m un N LIJ C!l w m 0 Lp = ZO z w� QU 0 Nw 0° m FZ �/ m z W � I Q Q THIRD FLOOR TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. fF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER. TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE F O.R. PLAN NAME AHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAW'NN/C:-1 ECKED JWA / MJK / LAP DAPE 06.01.18 CONI ROL NO. TRUSS lD. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S1.21 SHEET 7 OF 18 cvn AQn1 c 1 F—Y--i -j I I V I"IJ LJ LLV L-1 V V DESIGNATES OSB SHEARWALL. THE HIDDEN LINE DESIGNATES SIDE OF WALL THE SHEARWALL SHEATHING TO BE APPLIED. 8d @ 3/6 DESIGNATES 8d COMMONS 3"o.c EDGE & Cox "IN THE FIELD" sw 3/s (2)2x8-1 /2 DESIGNATES THE HEADER SIZE AND NUMBER OF PLY'S & JACK/KING STUDS NEEDED FOR SUPPORT HEADER. ---- DESIGNATES BEAM OR TRUSS, SEE PLAN DESIGNATES INTERIOR LOAD BEARING WALLS. 7 DESIGNATES CMU WALLS. SEE S3.0 ANCHOR LEGEND ® ADIAMETER THREADED ROD TERMINATES AT FIRST FLOOR RO TER TOP PLATE, SEE 6/S8.0 S SIMPSON DTT2Z w/Y2" THREADED ROD EPDXIED 6" MIN. ® SIMPSON HTT5 w/%" THREADED ROD EPDXIED 8" MIN. ■ SIMPSON HDU8-SDS w/Y4' THREADED ROD EPDXIED 12" MIN. STRAPPING SCEDULE STRAP WALL TO BEAM BELOW SEE 2&3/S8.0 © STRAP WALL PER DETAIL 1 /S 8.0 i X N STUD SIZE LOCATION FLOOR & III N SPACING III II o 1ST FLOOR 2x6 SPF#2 @ 16"o.c 1 1 co III EXTERIOR 2x6 SPF#2 S2 2 S2 2 N I 2—CS16 (3)2x4 III WALLS 2ND FLOOR 16"o.c (3)2x4 EA END SPF#2 SPF#2 OF SW SW 3/6 POST. 3RD FLOOR © 2x6 SPF#2 POST. ------- © @ 16"o.c ------------------ ------------------- -------- 1:31 ------ (2)2x4 SPF#2 3 2x4 1ST FLOOR ©12"0. c [�D ( ( S#2 2—CS16 SW 3/6 (3)2x4 DOUBLE N POST. EA END SPF#2 PARTY 2ND FLOOR © 42So c#2 III OF SW POST. III WALLS `� ill III 2x4 Si 3RD FLOOR © 12"o.c N o I# O N III III I N 1 ST FLOOR 2 42So.# 2 o III III III � cV III v INTERIOR 2x4 SPF#2 < WALLS 2ND FLOOR @ 16"o.c m m Iil I II ¢ QIII 2x4 SiIIIN NIII 3RD FLOOR @ 16"o.c N STUD NOTES: w 1.) SPF DENOTES ,E FIR. ,,w Wlu 2) SYP DENOTES SOUTHERNUCE IN YELLOW PINE. 1 1 Sz.z 52.2 IMPORTANT NOTE: CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW FIRE RATING REQUIREMENTS AND FRAMING CONFIGURATION WITH ARCHITECT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION THIRD LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" s2.2 Lou Pontigo and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, FI 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO fl ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m LIJ � N Lf) Lu m 0 Ln ry T6... z z w� QU 0 Nw m 00 Z Ix U Q/ �m Z W � I Q Q LEVEL WALL FRAMING PLAN DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IFA DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. 7AHERN NAME WNHOUSES 2 DAWN/CHECKED MJK / LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S1.3 SHEET 8 OF 18 OSB E SEE 5 2—HOUR RATED OSB SEE 2—HOUR RATEC OSE SEE ncQ MI nr'VlKlr-' DANIFI RF7T1A/P_Ft\1 AIL UL FIRE )FFIT. IT ,0 UL FIRE OFFIT. FIT 5.0 IMPORTANT NOTE: OSB BLOCKING PANEL BETWEEN EVERY OTHER TRUSS. SEE DETAIL 6/S6.0 (TYP) OSB SOFFIT SEE 5/S6.0 2—HOUR UL FIRE RATED SOFFIT. OSB SOFFIT SEE 5/S6.0 2—HOUR UL FIRE RATED SOFFIT. ROOF TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = V-0" OSB SOFFIT SEE 5/S6.0 nSR SOFFIT OSB BLOCKING PANEL BETWEEN EVERY OTHER TRUSS. SEE DETAIL 6/S6.0 (TYP) NOTES: 1. FASTEN ROOF TRUSS TO TOP PLATE w/ 2-12d TOENAILS AND 2—SIMPSON H2.5T UPLIFT STRAP UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 2. PRE—ENGINEERED WOOD TRUSSES: SHALL BEAR THE SEAL OF AN ENGINEER IN THE STATE WHERE PROJECT IS BEING BUILT AND SHALL COMPLY WITH NFPA, TPI, AND AITC 100. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT ADEQUATE TRUSS BEARING IS INSTALLED AT ALL TRUSSES AS INDICATED IN THE TRUSS SHOP DRAWINGS. ALL TRUSS—TO—TRUSS CONNECTIONS AND TRUSS PROFILES ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DELEGATED TRUSS ENGINEER. ALL TRUSSES SHALL HAVE TEMPORARY BRACING PER 'COMMENTARY' AND RECOMMENDATION FOR HANDLING, INSTALLING & BRACING METAL PLATE CONNECTED WOOD TRUSSES, HIB -91." 3. PERMANENTLY BRACE TRUSSES PER SECTION 2303.4 OF THE 2012 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) AND BCSI-133 (BUILDING COMPONENT SAFETY INFORMATION MANUAL). 11 4. DRAG TRUSS — DENOTES ROOF TRUSS/DRAG TRUSS TO BE DESIGNED FOR 200pIf SHEAR LOAD Lou rontigo anu Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach. F1 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE SOFFIT FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU 5/56.0 PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS, ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. 2—HOUR UL FIRE RATED SOFFIT. OSB SOFFIT SEE 5/S6.0 2—HOUR UL FIRE RATED SOFFIT. SOFFIT 5/S6.0 OSB BLOCKING PANEL BETWEEN EVERY OTHER TRUSS. SEE DETAIL 6/S6.0 (TYP) ROOF TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. NAME 7AH7ERNT0WNH0USES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK /LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS 1D. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET 51.31 SHEET 9 OF 18 STRUCTURA FASTEN TRUE 1.75x5. STRUCTURAL FASCl/ FASTEN TO EAC TRUSS W/A3 OSB SOFF' FASTEN WI_ 8d © 6" 0. (TYI 1.75x5. E STRUCTURAL FASCIE FASTEN TO EAC TRUSS W/A3 STRUCTURA FASTEN TRIIc 1 -7r,-F-, r,» OSB BLOCKING PANEL R�:_TWFFNI TRI ICSES AS -TAIL TOWER A ROOF TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" 1.75x5.5" STRUCTURAL FASCIA. FASTEN TO EACH TRUSS W/A35 5x5.5" ZUCTURAL FASCIA. STEN TO EACH JISS W/A35 1.75x5.5" STRUCTURAL FASCIA. FASTEN TO EACH TRUSS W/A35 OSB BLOCKING PANEL BETWEEN TRUSSES AS SHOWN, SEE DETAIL 6/S6.0 (TYP) 1.75x5.5" STRUCTURAL FASCIA. FASTEN TO EACH TRUSS W/A35 1.75x5.5" STRUCTURAL FASCIA. FASTEN TO EACH TRUSS W/A35 1.75x5.5" STRUCTURAL FASCIA. FASTEN TO EACH TRUSS W/A35 OSB SOFFIT. FASTEN WITH 8d @ 6" O.C. (TYP) 1.75x5.5" STRUCTURAL FASCIA. FASTEN TO EACH TRUSS W/A35 1.75x5.5" STRUCTURAL FASCIA. FASTEN TO EACH TRUSS W/A35 TOWER B ROOF TRUSS PLACEMENT PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" 1. ASTEN ROOF TRUSS TO TOP PLATE w/ 2-12d TOENAILS AND 2—SIMPSON H2.5T UPLIFT STRAP UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 2. PRE --ENGINEERED WOOD TRUSSES: SHALL BEAR THE SEAL OF AN ENGINEER IN THE STATE WHERE PROJECT IS BEING BUILT AND SHALL COMPLY WITH NFPA, TPI, AND AITC 100. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT ADEQUATE TRUSS BEARING IS INSTALLED AT ALL TRUSSES AS INDICATED IN THE TRUSS SHOP DRAWINGS. ALL TRUSS—TO—TRUSS CONNECTIONS AND TRUSS PROFILES ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DELEGATED TRUSS ENGINEER. ALL TRUSSES SHALL HAVE TEMPORARY BRACING PER 'COMMENTARY' AND RECOMMENDATION FOR HANDLING, INSTALLING & BRACING METAL PLATE CONNECTED WOOD TRUSSES, HIB -91." 3. PERMANENTLY BRACE TRUSSES PER SECTION 2303.4 OF THE 2012 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) AND BCSI-133 (BUILDING COMPONENT SAFETY INFORMATION MANUAL). 4. DRAG TRUSS — DENOTES ROOF TRUSS/DRAG TRUSS TO BE DESIGNED FOR 200plf SHEAR LOAD TOWER A WALL FRAMING PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" IMPORTANT NOTE: CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW FIRE RATING REQUIREMENTS AND FRAMING CONFIGURATION WITH ARCHITECT PRIOR TO CONSTRUC11ON 2 S2.2 s2.2 TOWER B WALL FRAMING PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = V-0" 0 Lou Ponti3o and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, F1 32.2.50 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com Luis 'A!'=if"c''1`ri3o, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. TOWER WALL FRAMING AND ROOF TRUSS PLACEMENT PLANS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME AHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK /LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET 51.32 SHEET 10 OF 18 T,'_". STRUCTURE 34'-6' SEE DETAIL ;;src-ice ,-r,n ni A-= SCHEMATIC WALL SECTION 2- 2 -PLY LVL CONTRACTOR TO REVIEW FIRE RATING REQUIREMENTS AND FRAMING fCONFIGURATION WITH ARCHITECT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION OUR SOFFIT PLYWOOD 4' PARTY TO O.C. 'S 'ING N PLAN NG PANEL E ANCHORS ,SEE PLAN — d — aA., +.. FOOTING, SEE PLAN SCHEMATIC PARTY WALL SECTION AT STAIRS 011 SEE DETAIL 7/S6.0 FRT PLYWOOD 4' FROM PARTY WALL TOP PLATE TC m � 2-H -PLY LVL /IND GIRT 3EE PLAN t �N TUD STRAPPI w FRT M WALL TOP PLATE STUD STRAPPING: H2.5 @ 32" CS16 STRAP @ 32 O.C. LLI b' OSB BLOCH ---PANEL SEE PLAN CS16 STRAF @ 32" O.C. CS16 STRAPS 3/S6.0� T. O @ 32" O.C. W� P OSB BLOCKINI QU 0 ANEL � mm SEE PLAN V z LU CS16 STRAPS Q/ Z WIND GIRT SEE PLAN @ 32" O.C. BEAM SEE OSB BLOCK SEE PLAN SOLE PLAT @ 24" O.C. = Q OSB BLOCKING ANEL F r- SEE PLAN ILI SOLE PLATE 2 ANCHORS @ O.C., SEE PLA OUR SOFFIT PLYWOOD 4' PARTY TO O.C. 'S 'ING N PLAN NG PANEL E ANCHORS ,SEE PLAN — d — aA., +.. FOOTING, SEE PLAN SCHEMATIC PARTY WALL SECTION AT STAIRS 011 SEE DETAIL 7/S6.0 FRT PLYWOOD 4' FROM PARTY WALL FOOTING, SEE PLAN �G: C. I 4" N SCHEMATIC PARTY WALL SECTION Lou Pontigo and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, Fl 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www,lp-a.com �s�a� asas�€r r e r.. x311_ TE b 3 . a ;t n , j OR jr ='i3ft7YRb.si�` Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO @ ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO C APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO &OCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN DITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N TOP PLATE TC m � N W �N TUD STRAPPI w m LLI H2.5 @ 32" 0 E DETAIL CS16 STRAPS 3/S6.0� T. O @ 32" O.C. W� OSB BLOCKINI QU 0 ANEL � mm SEE PLAN z LU CS16 STRAPS Q/ Z W @ 32" O.C. J = Q OSB BLOCKING ANEL SEE PLAN SOLE PLATE ANCHORS @ O.C., SEE PLA FOOTING, SEE PLAN �G: C. I 4" N SCHEMATIC PARTY WALL SECTION Lou Pontigo and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, Fl 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www,lp-a.com �s�a� asas�€r r e r.. x311_ TE b 3 . a ;t n , j OR jr ='i3ft7YRb.si�` Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO @ ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO C APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO &OCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN DITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N W �N Lf) w m LLI 0 Ln T. O z W� QU 0 �w � mm z LU U Q/ Z W �m J = Q Q WALL SECTIONS AND DETIALS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAIN ING5 OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME rAHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK /LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S2.0 SHEET 11 OF i 8 Lou Pontigo and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, FI 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 FL s no m� Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N (II w Cr) � �Q 0 D Lf) O z W� QU 0 NW C° m z Ltj U � mQ 2 J Q Q TYPICAL WALL SECTIONS AND DETIALS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME AHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S2.1 SHEET 12 OF 18 Lou Pontigo and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, F132250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com c s Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL P E#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PDNTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N W �N (J7 wLLJ m 0 ry = w0 z QU 0 0)w F- mm Z j2L/ �m z W Q = Q Q TYPICAL WALL SECTIONS AND DETIALS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME rAHERN To 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK / LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S2.2 SHEET � 3 OF � H CMU/CONC. BOND BEAM AT TOP OF WA 8" CMU WALL AS PER PLAN 8x8 PRE -CAST LINTEL, SEE A IC'7 n cno n\=0 AI I I INTEL G WALL LLL VA I I UIN WALL SECTION Cn z O 0 z Q � U W W WF1 co 0 z Q PLAN SECTION TO MATCH CAL REINF. U.N.O.) CLEANOUTS): THE WALL IS CONSTRUCTED IN HEIGHTS NO MORE THAN 5'-4" SECTIONS (GROUT POUR HEIGHT OF 5-4"), REINFORCED IS PLACED IN THE INTENDED CELLS FOLLOWED BY MAX. 5'-0" GROUT LIFTS. CONTINUITY OF THE REINFORCEMENT IS MAINTAINED BY SPLICING BETWEEN EACH SECTION. GRADE BEAM SEE PLAN. c� w O O Qf 00 I N w w O ry 0 I N c� w w O ry CD d- �n TYPICAL WALL REINF. SEE SCHED. ON PLAN. WALL SECTION TO MATCH CAL REINF. U.N.O.) J OUT HOLE QUIRED. GRADE BEAM SEE PLAN. HIGH -LIFT GROUTING (GROUTING WITH CLEANOUTS): THE WALL IS CONSTRUCTED IN HEIGHTS NO MORE THAN 12'-8" SECTIONS (GROUT POUR HEIGHT OF 12'-8"), FULL HEIGHT REINFORCED IS PLACED IN THE INTENDED CELLS AND CLEANOUT HOLES ARE REQUIRED AT CELLS WITH REBAR FOLLOWED BY MAX. 5'-0" GROUT LIFTS. NO SPLICING IS REQUIRED. FOR OPENING OVER 4'-4" TO 9'-4" WIDE, PROVIDE 2–#5 VERTICAL EACH SIDE OF OPENING. h n �91:11 FOR OPENING TO 4'-4" WIDE, PROVIDE 1–#5 VERTICAL EACH SIDE OF OPENING. TYPICAL WALL OPENING, REINF. SEE SEE PLAN SCHED. ON PLAN. PLAN VIEW AT TYPICAL WINDOW/DOOR OPENING CMU JAMB REINFORCING SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" 25" LAP MIN. Z '�5 VERT. 1–#5 VERTICAL EACH NER, INTERSECTION, PACING INDICATED PLAN OR SCHED. 8" CMU WALL. ORIZONTAL TIE BEAM -ORCING (ONLY ONE — SHOWN FOR CLARITY). TYPICAL HORZONTAL/CORNER SPLICE SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" WALL SECTION TO MATCH CAL REINF. U.N.O.) I OUT HOLE _QUIRED. GRADE BEAM SEE PLAN. �I N OPEN BOTTOM 8 LINTEL BLOCK, 8 WITH 2-#5 TOP & BE z + BOTTOM (TYPICAL) Q w SOLID BOTTOM Li Li PRECAST LINTEL WITH 2–#5 TOP & BOTTOM (TYPICAL) NOTES: 1) USE THESE LINTEL DETAILS U.O.N. ON PLANS. 2) FOR OPENING LOCATIONS, SEE ARCH. PLANS. 3) PROVIDE 8" BEARING EACH SIDE OF OPENING. 4) GROUT LINTEL SOLID. 5) BOTTOM SHALL BE A SOLID PRECAST LINTEL. 2x4 SYP#2 CATS AT "' CONTINUOUS/ FLOOR OR 12" O.C. FASTENED Ln FOLLOWING SHALL BE VERIFIED TO ENSURE N ROOF TRUSS. TO TOP PLATE w/ P z O P az P Q FILL ALL CELLS SOLID n w WITH GROUT THAT 2. THE INSPECTION PROGRAM SHALL VERIFY: = w REQUIRE VERTICAL --\ B. TYPE, SIZE AND LOCATION OF ANCHORS, w INCLUDING OTHER DETAILS OF ANCHORAGE OF v o REINFORCING AND ALL P OTHER CONSTRUCTION. COMMON TOE NAILS Q CELLS BELOW GRADE. REINFORCEMENT. SHEARWALL OR NW WALL SECTION Cn z O 0 z Q � U W W WF1 co 0 z Q PLAN SECTION TO MATCH CAL REINF. U.N.O.) CLEANOUTS): THE WALL IS CONSTRUCTED IN HEIGHTS NO MORE THAN 5'-4" SECTIONS (GROUT POUR HEIGHT OF 5-4"), REINFORCED IS PLACED IN THE INTENDED CELLS FOLLOWED BY MAX. 5'-0" GROUT LIFTS. CONTINUITY OF THE REINFORCEMENT IS MAINTAINED BY SPLICING BETWEEN EACH SECTION. GRADE BEAM SEE PLAN. c� w O O Qf 00 I N w w O ry 0 I N c� w w O ry CD d- �n TYPICAL WALL REINF. SEE SCHED. ON PLAN. WALL SECTION TO MATCH CAL REINF. U.N.O.) J OUT HOLE QUIRED. GRADE BEAM SEE PLAN. HIGH -LIFT GROUTING (GROUTING WITH CLEANOUTS): THE WALL IS CONSTRUCTED IN HEIGHTS NO MORE THAN 12'-8" SECTIONS (GROUT POUR HEIGHT OF 12'-8"), FULL HEIGHT REINFORCED IS PLACED IN THE INTENDED CELLS AND CLEANOUT HOLES ARE REQUIRED AT CELLS WITH REBAR FOLLOWED BY MAX. 5'-0" GROUT LIFTS. NO SPLICING IS REQUIRED. FOR OPENING OVER 4'-4" TO 9'-4" WIDE, PROVIDE 2–#5 VERTICAL EACH SIDE OF OPENING. h n �91:11 FOR OPENING TO 4'-4" WIDE, PROVIDE 1–#5 VERTICAL EACH SIDE OF OPENING. TYPICAL WALL OPENING, REINF. SEE SEE PLAN SCHED. ON PLAN. PLAN VIEW AT TYPICAL WINDOW/DOOR OPENING CMU JAMB REINFORCING SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" 25" LAP MIN. Z '�5 VERT. 1–#5 VERTICAL EACH NER, INTERSECTION, PACING INDICATED PLAN OR SCHED. 8" CMU WALL. ORIZONTAL TIE BEAM -ORCING (ONLY ONE — SHOWN FOR CLARITY). TYPICAL HORZONTAL/CORNER SPLICE SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" WALL SECTION TO MATCH CAL REINF. U.N.O.) I OUT HOLE _QUIRED. GRADE BEAM SEE PLAN. �I N OPEN BOTTOM 8 LINTEL BLOCK, 8 WITH 2-#5 TOP & BE z + BOTTOM (TYPICAL) Q w SOLID BOTTOM Li Li PRECAST LINTEL WITH 2–#5 TOP & BOTTOM (TYPICAL) NOTES: 1) USE THESE LINTEL DETAILS U.O.N. ON PLANS. 2) FOR OPENING LOCATIONS, SEE ARCH. PLANS. 3) PROVIDE 8" BEARING EACH SIDE OF OPENING. 4) GROUT LINTEL SOLID. 5) BOTTOM SHALL BE A SOLID PRECAST LINTEL. 2x4 SYP#2 CATS AT "' CONTINUOUS/ FLOOR OR 12" O.C. FASTENED Ln FOLLOWING SHALL BE VERIFIED TO ENSURE N ROOF TRUSS. TO TOP PLATE w/ P B. CONSTRUCTION OF MORTAR JOINTS. P C. LOCATION OF REINFORCEMENT, CONNECTORS, P 4-0.131x3" COMMON. 2. THE INSPECTION PROGRAM SHALL VERIFY: = FASTEN CATS EACH P B. TYPE, SIZE AND LOCATION OF ANCHORS, w INCLUDING OTHER DETAILS OF ANCHORAGE OF END w/ 3-0.131x3" MASONRY TO STRUCTURAL MEMBERS, FRAMES OR P OTHER CONSTRUCTION. COMMON TOE NAILS C. SPECIFIED SIZE, GRADE AND TYPE OF P REINFORCEMENT. SHEARWALL OR NW E. PROTECTION OF MASONRY DURING COLD WEATHER (TEMP. BELOW 40 DEG. F) OR HOT EXTERIOR WALL WEATHER (TEMP. ABOVE 90 DEG. F). WOOD FRAMED 3. PRIOR TO GROUTING, THE FOLLOWING SHALL BE CONDITION VERIFIED TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE: A. GROUT SPACE IS CLEAN. 2x4 SYP#2 CATS AT FLOOR OR 12"o.c FASTENED TO P ANCHORAGES. ROOF TRUSS TOP PLATE w/ P D. CONSTRUCTION OF MORTAR JOINTS. P 4. GROUT PLACEMENT SHALL BE VERIFIED TO 4-0.131x3" COMMON. C CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT PROVISIONS. HIGH -LIFT GROUTING ALTERNATE PER MSJC 2005 GROUTING WITH CLEANOUTS)- THE WALL IS CONSTRUCTED IN HEIGHTS NO MORE THAN 12'-8" SECTIONS (GROUT POUR HEIGHT OF 12'-8"), FULL HEIGHT REINFORCED IS PLACED IN THE INTENDED CELLS AND CLEANOUT HOLES ARE REQUIRED AT CELLS WITH REBAR FOLLOWED BY MAX. 12'-8" GROUT LIFTS. NO SPLICING IS REQUIRED. GENERAL NOTES: FOR BOTH LOW -LIFT AND HIGH -LIFT GROUTING, THE GROUT LIFT HEIGHT IS LIMITED TO 5 FT UNLESS THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS CAN BE MET, IN WHICH CASE THE GROUT LIFT HEIGHT CAN BE INCREASED TO 12'-8" (HIGH -LIFT GROUTING ALTERNATE PER MSJC 2005): • THE MASONRY HAS CURED FOR AT LEAST FOUR HOURS • THE GROUT SLUMP IS MAINTAINED BETWEEN 10 AND 11 INCHES • THERE ARE NO INTERMEDIATE HORIZONTAL REINFORCED BOND BEAMS BETWEEN THE TOP AND THE BOTTOM OF THE POUR HEIGHT. IF THE FIRST TWO CONDITIONS ARE MET BUT THERE ARE INTERMEDIATE BOND BEAMS WITHIN THE GROUT POUR, LIMIT THE GROUT LIFT HEIGHT TO THE BOTTOM OF THE BOND BEAM, BUT CANNOT EXCEED 12'-8". WHEN BOTH OF ANY OF THE FIRST TWO CONDITIONS AN NOT MET, PLACE LIFTS NOT EXCEEDING 5 FT. TYPICAL WALL REINFORCEMENT SCALE: N.T.S FASTEN CATS EAC END w/ 3-0.131x: COMMON TOE NAIL CMU CONDITION SHEARWALL ATTA(_HMENT SCALE: N.T.S 3 SYP#2 PLATE U WALL 0.131x3" @ 4" O.C. FLOOR SHEATHING-, 7/6" OS3 FASTEN TO TRUSS WEBS AND CHORDS w/8d 8x16 MASONRY LINTEL SEE 4/S3.0 TYPICAL CMU LINTEL SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" STD. 90` HOOK--\ 8x16 BOND BEAM (TYP) I V) w Q <16 BOND AM (TYP) CONTINUOUS/ I— PERIODIC 1. AS MASONRY CONSTRUCTION BEGINS, THE Ln FOLLOWING SHALL BE VERIFIED TO ENSURE N COMPLIANCE: �N A. PROPORTIONS OF SITE -PREPARED MORTAR. P B. CONSTRUCTION OF MORTAR JOINTS. P C. LOCATION OF REINFORCEMENT, CONNECTORS, P PRE -STRESSING TENDONS AND ANCHORAGES. 2. THE INSPECTION PROGRAM SHALL VERIFY: = A. SIZE AND LOCATION OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS. P B. TYPE, SIZE AND LOCATION OF ANCHORS, w INCLUDING OTHER DETAILS OF ANCHORAGE OF MASONRY TO STRUCTURAL MEMBERS, FRAMES OR P OTHER CONSTRUCTION. QV C. SPECIFIED SIZE, GRADE AND TYPE OF P REINFORCEMENT. NW E. PROTECTION OF MASONRY DURING COLD WEATHER (TEMP. BELOW 40 DEG. F) OR HOT P WEATHER (TEMP. ABOVE 90 DEG. F). j2L/ 3. PRIOR TO GROUTING, THE FOLLOWING SHALL BE VERIFIED TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE: A. GROUT SPACE IS CLEAN. \_#5 VERTICAL TO TOP OF BOND BEAM STEP. MASONRY WALL STEP SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" TOP OF 8x16 BOND BEAM BOND BEAM w/1-#5 TOP &BOT. BOND BEAM ___q_____ - REINFORCEMENT AND I' GROUT IS CONTINUOUS ':° , .. aaJ a THRU JOINT SCORE BOND BEAM Y2" p. STOP JOINT REINF. AT CONTROL JOINT I• PROVIDE REINFORCED ° D I ° I d se I.e .I cd CELL EACH SIDE OF I JOINTA IF BACKER ROD CAULKING–\, DEPTH OF CAULKING ONE HALF THE WIDTH OF THE HEAD JOINT OF CONTROL PRE -FORMED JOINT FILLER-\ WIDTH OF HEAD JOINT CMU CONTROL JOINT SCALE: N.T.S 5/8" THREADED ROD EPDXIED 4" MIN, SPACE D@ 24" O.C. DIAPHRAGM CONNECTION TO MASONRY WALL SCALE: N.T.S PROVIDE 90P 10" HOOK FOR ALL REINFORCING VERTICAL REINFORCING EXTEND FULL HEIGHT II` CMU LINTEL CMU PIER PER PLAN #5 TOP AND BOTTOM TEL \N ►E 90* 10" HOOK FOR INFORCING �ASONRY PIER TO LINTEL CONNECTION JOINT REINF. 16"o.c STOP JOINT REINF. AT CONTROL JOINT ADDITIONAL REINFORCING REQUIRED FOR LAP, SEE 9/SO.2 #5 TOP AND BOTTOM CMU LINTEL PER PLAN AJ I"qfl�— VERTICAL REINFORCING TO EXTEND FULL HEIGHT INTO Q CMU LINTEL EF I °. 00 1101MINI-1 CMU PIER PER PLAN 8" CMU WALL. FASTEN 2x8 P.T. SYP#2 WINDOW/DOOR BUCK TO 8" CMU w/ V, "0x23/4" TAPCONS © 24"o.c INSTALL 3 MIN. EACH SIDE. 2x8 P.T. SYP#2 WINDOW/DOOR BUCK STRUCTURAL WINDOW/DOOR BUCK SEE 1 /S3.OFOR INFORMATION NOT SHOWN. ALL MASONRY SHOWN IN THESE PLANS HAS BEEN DESIGN WITH THE LEVEL QUALITY B ASSURANCE. CONTRACTOR SHALL HAVE ALL MASONRY CONSTRUCTION INSPECTED PER THE SCHEDULE BELOW. LEVEL B QUALITY ASSURANCE - INSPECTION SCHEDULE CONTINUOUS/ INSPECTION TASK PERIODIC 1. AS MASONRY CONSTRUCTION BEGINS, THE Ln FOLLOWING SHALL BE VERIFIED TO ENSURE N COMPLIANCE: �N A. PROPORTIONS OF SITE -PREPARED MORTAR. P B. CONSTRUCTION OF MORTAR JOINTS. P C. LOCATION OF REINFORCEMENT, CONNECTORS, P PRE -STRESSING TENDONS AND ANCHORAGES. 2. THE INSPECTION PROGRAM SHALL VERIFY: = A. SIZE AND LOCATION OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS. P B. TYPE, SIZE AND LOCATION OF ANCHORS, w INCLUDING OTHER DETAILS OF ANCHORAGE OF MASONRY TO STRUCTURAL MEMBERS, FRAMES OR P OTHER CONSTRUCTION. QV C. SPECIFIED SIZE, GRADE AND TYPE OF P REINFORCEMENT. NW E. PROTECTION OF MASONRY DURING COLD WEATHER (TEMP. BELOW 40 DEG. F) OR HOT P WEATHER (TEMP. ABOVE 90 DEG. F). j2L/ 3. PRIOR TO GROUTING, THE FOLLOWING SHALL BE VERIFIED TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE: A. GROUT SPACE IS CLEAN. P B. PLACEMENT OF REINFORCEMENT AND � CONNECTORS AND PRE -STRESSING TENDONS AND P ANCHORAGES. C. PROPORTIONS OF SITE -PREPARED GROUT AND PRE -STRESSING GROUT FOR BONDED TENDONS. P D. CONSTRUCTION OF MORTAR JOINTS. P 4. GROUT PLACEMENT SHALL BE VERIFIED TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH CODE AND C CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT PROVISIONS. 5. PREPARATION OF ANY REQUIRED GROUT SPECIMENS, MORTAR SPECIMENS AND/OR PRISMS C SHALL BE OBSERVED. 6. COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIRED INSPECTION PROVISIONS OF THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS P AND THE APPROVED SUBMITTALS SHALL BE VERIFIED. * THE SPECIFIC STANDARDS REFERENCED ARE THOSE LISTED IN CHAPTER 35. Hssoclaies, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, F1 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com aM,s#4znt� v, mow,, ®>f� • _ OrP f e Luis A. Ponti3o, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m Ln N W �N l/1 wUj m = 0 z w LL QV 0 NW C° m j2L/ mg 2 � Q � MASONRY SECTIONS AND DETAILS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME AHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK / LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S3.0 SHEET 14 OF 18 Lou Pontigo and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, FI 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO a ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. STEEL FRAMING DETAILS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAVAINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. NAME 7AH7ERNTOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK /LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S4.0 SHEET 15 OF 18 Lou Pontigo and Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, FI 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com im a Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N IJj m tJ� wLLJ 0 r1l = O z W UL QU 0 Q� w � mm z U W J = Q Q FOUNDATION SECTIONS AND DETAILS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME AHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MX /LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO, MACC-16-01038 SHEET S5.0 SHEET 'I 5 OF 18 Associates. Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, FI 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 WWW.1p-a XOM • S STATE " O 3 OAq � 4 s t ; ��.! �4+�y A}4�YeAatG84�x fn,i \tib'` Luis A. Pontigo, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO h ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. WOOD FRAMING SECTIONS AND DETAILS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME NN AHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK / LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONI ROL NO. TRUSS 1D. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S8.0 SHEET 18 OF 18 LULI aR(I Associates, Inc. 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, F132250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com "i' iD V, ° s s • e m TATE OF . 1-k5 w J r sig A4 Luis A. Ponti3o, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N W �N (n w ::D uj0 FQ D _ �O z w� QU 0 mw F- r\1 Z `tj W J = Q Q WOOD FRAMING SECTIONS AND DETAILS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME AHERN To 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MJK /LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET S6.0 SHEET 16 OF 18 BOUNDARY OF SHEATHING EXAMPLE OF PANEL EDGE w/ BLOCKING WHERE REQUIRED BY GENERAL NOTES ----_-, NAIL SPACING AT SUPPORTED EDGES, GENERAL NOTES EXAMPLE OF UNSUPPORTED (UNBLOCKED) PANEL EDGE (TYPICAL) NAILING TO INTERMEDIATE SUPPORT IS 6"o.c MAX. (UON) /RATED SHEATHING, SEE GENERAL NOTES SHEATHING NAILING DETAIL SCALE: 3/4" = V-0" STUDS, ROOF TRUSSES, OR FLOOR JOISTS 2 PLY 1.9E 2 ROWS 16d MICROLLAM COMMON WIRE LVL BEAM @ 12"o.c EA. SIDE 11/2 @ 2x8 11/2„ CV o X ° N> 00 CV N x ° 12d NAILS 3 -PLY 2X12 FROM OTHER 3 ROWS SIDE OF 2nd ° 16d COMMON X, PLY WIRE @ 12"o.c x EA. SIDE x ° ° 2x12 NAILING PATTERN 2x6 or 2x8 2x4 NAILING PATTERN NAILING PATTERN ADD 3rd (2)2x_ 2x_ - (2)2x_ 2x BUILT - UP MEMBER FASTENING SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" 3" NAILS ARE PERMISSIBLE BUT NOT REQUIRED. SEE NOTES FOR CONNECTION ASSEMBLIES 2 -ROWS OF 5/8" DIAMETER ASTM GRADE A-307 @ 24" O.C. (3)ROWS OF 5" TRUSSLOK ENGINEERED WOOD 2 --ROWS OF 5/8" FASTENERS @ 24"o.c DIAMETER ASTM AS SHOWN GRADE A-307 CD @ 24" O.C. 4 & 5 PLY—BUILT—UP 2 &3PLY —BUILT—UP BEAM FASTENING BEAM FASTENING MULTIPLE MEMBER %3� ENGINEERED WOOD BEAMS SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" 2x4 BLOCKING WCS16 STRAP OVER FACE OF 1'-2» SHEATHING w/ MAX. 8d NAILS IN EACH BLOCK PROVIDE EDGE NAILING PLATES: EACH SIDE OF OPENING TOP AND BOTTOM PLATE HOLE, CUT OR NOTCH THAT IS 50% OR MORE OF FOR 1'-0" ABOVE AND WIDTH MUST BE REPAIRED USING 16 GA.(MIN.) METAL TIE THAT IS AT BELOW OPENING LEAST 1 Y2" WIDE (SECTION 2308 9.8 IBC) IF WALL IS A SHEARWALL IT MUST BE REPAIRED USING HARDY FRAME SADDLE (HITS) SECTION AT SHEARWALL PENETRATION S7.0 SCALE: 3/4" = V-0" ATTACH 2" WIDE METAL CHANNEL TO SHEATHING NOTE: SEE SECTION 2308 9.10, 2308 9.11, AND FIGURE 2308 9.10 IBC CUTTING, NOTCHING, BORED HOLES IN STUDS AND PLATES SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" STUD BELOW LOWER TOP PLATE AT BREAK OVER LAP DOUBLE TOP PLATES ORTHOGONAL VIEW OF CORNER CORNER WALL INTERSECTION CONDITIONS CONDITIONS NOTES: 1. OVERLAP TOP PLATES AT CORNERS AND INTERSECTIONS 2. DENOTES 3"x0.131" GUN NAILS @ 6"o.c VERTICAL FRAMED WALL CORNER AND INTERSECTIONS STUDS CONFIGURATIONS NAIL SPECIFICATIONS 3"x0.131"O = 10d (GUN NAIL) 2"x0.113"O = PENETRATIONS THROUGH STUDS 21/2"x0.131"0 = 8d 3"x0.148"0 = 10d COMMON 31/2 "x0.162"0 = 16d 6"0 HOLE MAX. = 10dx11/2 " 11/2 "x0.131 "0 STUDS (2-16d) NON RIM JOIST TO TOP PLATE TOE NAIL (8d @ 6") GUN NAIL @ 6" CEILING JOIST TO TOP PLATE TOE WITHOUT ADDITIONAL (3-8d) WALL LOAD BEARING OR LOAD BEARING LOAD NON -LOAD CEILING JOIST TO ROOF RAFTER 3Y2" NAIL 3Y" 8 -GUN NAILS REINFORCEMENT TOE L EXTERIOR WALL 3 -GUN NAILS WALL BEARING NOTCH BEARING WALL NOTCH (3-8d) 3 -GUN NAILS JACK RAFTER TO HIP TOE NAIL (3-10d) 4 -GUN NAILS SIZE BORED HOLE SIZE BORED HOLE SIZE WALL CONT. HEADER, TWO PIECES FACE NAIL 16d@ 16" O.C. @ EDGE CONT. HEADER TO STUD 2x4 BLOCKING ABOVE - SEE (3-16d) 4 -GUN NAILS STUD TO SOLE PLATE TOE NAIL (3-16d) 4 -GUN NAILS SOLE PLATE TO JOIST/BLOCKING FACE NAIL (16d @ 16") GUN NAIL @ 8" STUD FACE AND BELOW OPENING FSHEARWALL PLAN 40% 60% 60% 25% 40% 5/" MIN. 2x4 1 3/8" - 2 Y8" 7/S" 1 3/$" STUD FACE BORED HOLES z 2 2x4 ( ) - 2 Y8" 2 Y8" /8" " 1 3/8„ MIN. DIA. 40% OF STUD WIDTH, BORED HOLES DIA. 60% OF z 2x6 2 Y4" - 3 5/6 1 3/8 2X4 60% OF STUD STUD WIDTH (2)2x6 - 3 5/6" 3 5/6" 1 3/8" 2 Y4" WIDTH IF DOUBLE MAX. F// SEE STUD SCHED. 2x8 2 �/8" - 4 3j8" 1 136" 2 7j8" STUD AND SHEARWALLS (2)2x - 4 3/8" 4 3/8" 1 13/6" 2 7/8" NOTCH 25% NOTCH 40% X WALL AS NOTED ON OF STUD OF STUD -�< PENETRATION PLAN WALL HOLE WIDTH MAX. WIDTH MAX. SIZE SIZE 2x4 1 3/4" EXTERIOR OR NON BEARING 2x6 2 3/4" BEARING WALL PARTITION 2x8 3 5/8" 2x4 BLOCKING WCS16 STRAP OVER FACE OF 1'-2» SHEATHING w/ MAX. 8d NAILS IN EACH BLOCK PROVIDE EDGE NAILING PLATES: EACH SIDE OF OPENING TOP AND BOTTOM PLATE HOLE, CUT OR NOTCH THAT IS 50% OR MORE OF FOR 1'-0" ABOVE AND WIDTH MUST BE REPAIRED USING 16 GA.(MIN.) METAL TIE THAT IS AT BELOW OPENING LEAST 1 Y2" WIDE (SECTION 2308 9.8 IBC) IF WALL IS A SHEARWALL IT MUST BE REPAIRED USING HARDY FRAME SADDLE (HITS) SECTION AT SHEARWALL PENETRATION S7.0 SCALE: 3/4" = V-0" ATTACH 2" WIDE METAL CHANNEL TO SHEATHING NOTE: SEE SECTION 2308 9.10, 2308 9.11, AND FIGURE 2308 9.10 IBC CUTTING, NOTCHING, BORED HOLES IN STUDS AND PLATES SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" STUD BELOW LOWER TOP PLATE AT BREAK OVER LAP DOUBLE TOP PLATES ORTHOGONAL VIEW OF CORNER CORNER WALL INTERSECTION CONDITIONS CONDITIONS NOTES: 1. OVERLAP TOP PLATES AT CORNERS AND INTERSECTIONS 2. DENOTES 3"x0.131" GUN NAILS @ 6"o.c VERTICAL FRAMED WALL CORNER AND INTERSECTIONS STUDS CONFIGURATIONS NAIL SPECIFICATIONS 3"x0.131"O = 10d (GUN NAIL) 2"x0.113"O = RINK SHANK 2"x0.113"0 = 6d 21/2"x0.131"0 = 8d 3"x0.148"0 = 10d COMMON 31/2 "x0.162"0 = 16d 11/2 "x0.148"0 = 10dx11/2 " 11/2 "x0.131 "0 = 8dx11/2 " SHAFT LINER SEE ARCH FIRE WALL ATTACH 2" WIDE METAL CHANNEL TO SHEATHING PER WRITTEN SPECIFICATIONS SHAFT LINER SEE ARCH END OF FIRE WALL WOOD FASTENING SCHEDULE MEMBERS CONNECTION TYPE 0.131X3" TOE NAILS FASTENER TOP PLATE TO TOP PLATE FACE NAIL 2 -GUN NAILS @ 12 STAG. TOP PLATE, LAPS/INTERSECTION FACE NAIL (2-16d) 3 -GUN NAILS DBL. TOP PLATE TO STUD FACE NAIL (2-16d) 3 -GUN NAILS RIM JOIST TO TOP PLATE TOE NAIL (8d @ 6") GUN NAIL @ 6" CEILING JOIST TO TOP PLATE TOE NAIL (3-8d) 5 -GUN NAILS CEILING JOIST, OVER PARTITIONS FACE NAIL (3-16d) 4 -GUN NAILS CEILING JOIST TO ROOF RAFTER FACE NAIL (6-16d) 8 -GUN NAILS JOIST/TRUSS TO PLATE TOE NAIL (2-16d) 3 -GUN NAILS RAFTER TO PLATE TOE NAIL (3-8d) 3 -GUN NAILS JACK RAFTER TO HIP TOE NAIL (3-10d) 4 -GUN NAILS ROOF RAFTER TO 2x_ RIDGE BM. TOE NAIL (2-16d) 3 -GUN NAILS CONT. HEADER, TWO PIECES FACE NAIL 16d@ 16" O.C. @ EDGE CONT. HEADER TO STUD TOE NAIL (3-16d) 4 -GUN NAILS STUD TO SOLE PLATE TOE NAIL (3-16d) 4 -GUN NAILS SOLE PLATE TO JOIST/BLOCKING FACE NAIL (16d @ 16") GUN NAIL @ 8" WOOD FASTENING SCHEDULE SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" TOP PLATE TO H2.5T @ 32" ON -CE VLI V JVL/"'SS INSTALLED OVER BOT PLATE TO TRUSS SHEATHING, SEE Y4"x3Y2" LAG SCRE\ ARCHITECTURAL WITH ROUND WASHE! FIRE RATING AT EACH FLOOR TRUS REQUIREMENTS STUDS TO TOP PLATE STUD TO BOT PLATE: CIkA0CnKI W7 TRUSSES PERPENDICULAR TO WALL ABOVE WALL STRAPPING DETAIL THIS DETAIL ONLY APPLIES WHEN NOTED ON PLAN Y BEAM DEPTH A S700 SOLE PLATE ANCHOR 12" 1Y" „ J 11 it Z_ V_O$) 6„ SILL PLATE BUTT JOINT MAX. MIN. SOLE PLATE BREAK 4-16d EA. SIDE A n" AAIKI 2x SYP.#2 DBL. TOP PLATE. FASTEN TOGETHER w/ (2) ROWS OF .131x3" @ 12"o.c STAGGERED UPPER PLATE BREAK PLATE BREAK DETAIL D SCALE: 3/4" = V-0" DO NOT: CUT, NOTCH, OR DRILL HOLES IN BEAMS/ HEADERS UNLESS REVIEWED / BY DESIGN PROFESSIONAL ALLOWABLE SCALE: N.T.S CLEAR SPAN BEAM HOLE DETAIL ----------- ARCHED TRANSOM FASTEN LOWER STUD OPTION TO TALLER STUD w/ SEE RIGHT 2 -ROWS OF 10d COMS @ 12" O.C. WINDOW SILL SEE TYPICAL SOLE SCHEDULE PLATE NAILING: FOR SILL SIZE AND 0.131x3" TOE NAILS: CONNECTION EACH END (3) @ 2x4, (4) @ 2x6, (5) @ 2x8. PT. SYP#2 SOLE PLATE WALL FRAMING AT PLATE CHANGE CONDITION Jr IIL VVIIV I 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 16d NAILS J III I 11 3"3" 3" 3" 3" 3"3" 1'-2" 1'-2" 1Y" 1Y" 1'-2" 1'-2" 4'-0" SECTION "A" NOTE: 2x4 LAP SPLICE = 16d NAILS @ 3"o.c(MAX.) 2x6 LAP SPLICE = 16d NAILS @ 3"o.c(MAX.) TYPICAL FACE NAILING 16d NAILS @ 14"o.c(MAX.) 5 NAILING AT LAP SPLICE S7.0 SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" EXCEPTION: SMALL HOLES MAY BE DRILLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BEAM HOLE DETAILS. NOTES: 1. THESE GUIDELINES APPLY TO UNIFORMLY LOADED BEAMS SELECTED FROM THE QUICK REFERENCE TABLES OR THE UNIFORM LOAD TABLES OR DESIGNED WITH LP'S DESIGN/SPECIFICATION SOFTWARE ONLY. FOR ALL OTHER APPLICATIONS, SUCH AS BEAMS WITH CONCENTRATED LOADS, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LPOSOLIDSTART@ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTOR FOR ASSISTANCE. 2. ROUND HOLES CAN BE DRILLED ANYWHERE IN "AREA A° PROVIDED THAT: NO MORE THAN FOUR HOLES ARE CUT, WITH THE MINIMUM SPACING DESCRIBED IN THE DIAGRAM. THE MAXIMUM HOLE SIZE IS 1-1/2" FOR DEPTHS UP TO 9-1/4," AND 2" FOR DEPTHS GREATER THAN 9-1/4." 3. RECTANGULAR HOLES ARE NOT ALLOWED. 4. DO NOT DRILL HOLES IN CANTILEVERS WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL FROM THE PROJECT DESIGNER. 5. OTHER HOLE SIZES AND CONFIGURATIONS MAY BE POSSIBLE WITH FURTHER ENGINEERING ANALYSIS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT YOUR LP SOLID START ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTOR. 6. UP TO THREE 3/4" HOLES MAY BE DRILLED IN "AREA B"TO ACCOMMODATE WIRING AND/OR WATER LINES. THESE HOLES SHALL BE AT LEAST 12" APART. THE HOLES SHALL BE LOCATED IN THE MIDDLE THIRD OF THE DEPTH, OR A MINIMUM OF 3" FROM THE BOTTOM AND TOP OF THE BEAM. FOR BEAMS SHALLOWER THAN 9-1/4", LOCATE HOLES AT MID -DEPTH. 7. PROTECT PLUMBING HOLES FROM MOISTURE. '-0" MIN. SPLICE LENC / (16) 0.131x3" NAILS VENLY SPACED SYP#2 HEADER, PER PLAN FOUNDATION, SEE PLAN WALL FRAMING AT RAISED HEADER CONDITION TYPICAL HEADER NAILING WINDOW SILL SCHEDULE 0.131X3" TOE NAILS TYPICAL STUD NAILING: 2X6, 2x8 = (5) NAILS 3/8 (1)2x4 SPF 2x12 = (7) NAILS 0.131x3" END NAILS:2x10, 9" LVL, 11" LVL = (7) NAILS (2)2x4 SPF 14" LVL, 16" LVL = (9) NAILS (3) @ 2x6, 31/2 " (3)2x4 SYP (4) @ 2x8. (1)A34 + (4)12d TOE NAILS SYP#2 DBL. FULL HEIGHT ANCHOR 6IAXl TOP PLATE EITHER SIDE OF PLATE Z HEIGHT CHANGE 3 2x -BLOCKING ONLY RAISED REQUIRED IF SHEARWALL HEADER SIMPSON H2.5T ORI IL LSTA12 STRAP FOLDED 00 OVER TOP PLATE ----------- ARCHED TRANSOM FASTEN LOWER STUD OPTION TO TALLER STUD w/ SEE RIGHT 2 -ROWS OF 10d COMS @ 12" O.C. WINDOW SILL SEE TYPICAL SOLE SCHEDULE PLATE NAILING: FOR SILL SIZE AND 0.131x3" TOE NAILS: CONNECTION EACH END (3) @ 2x4, (4) @ 2x6, (5) @ 2x8. PT. SYP#2 SOLE PLATE WALL FRAMING AT PLATE CHANGE CONDITION Jr IIL VVIIV I 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 16d NAILS J III I 11 3"3" 3" 3" 3" 3"3" 1'-2" 1'-2" 1Y" 1Y" 1'-2" 1'-2" 4'-0" SECTION "A" NOTE: 2x4 LAP SPLICE = 16d NAILS @ 3"o.c(MAX.) 2x6 LAP SPLICE = 16d NAILS @ 3"o.c(MAX.) TYPICAL FACE NAILING 16d NAILS @ 14"o.c(MAX.) 5 NAILING AT LAP SPLICE S7.0 SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" EXCEPTION: SMALL HOLES MAY BE DRILLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BEAM HOLE DETAILS. NOTES: 1. THESE GUIDELINES APPLY TO UNIFORMLY LOADED BEAMS SELECTED FROM THE QUICK REFERENCE TABLES OR THE UNIFORM LOAD TABLES OR DESIGNED WITH LP'S DESIGN/SPECIFICATION SOFTWARE ONLY. FOR ALL OTHER APPLICATIONS, SUCH AS BEAMS WITH CONCENTRATED LOADS, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LPOSOLIDSTART@ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTOR FOR ASSISTANCE. 2. ROUND HOLES CAN BE DRILLED ANYWHERE IN "AREA A° PROVIDED THAT: NO MORE THAN FOUR HOLES ARE CUT, WITH THE MINIMUM SPACING DESCRIBED IN THE DIAGRAM. THE MAXIMUM HOLE SIZE IS 1-1/2" FOR DEPTHS UP TO 9-1/4," AND 2" FOR DEPTHS GREATER THAN 9-1/4." 3. RECTANGULAR HOLES ARE NOT ALLOWED. 4. DO NOT DRILL HOLES IN CANTILEVERS WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL FROM THE PROJECT DESIGNER. 5. OTHER HOLE SIZES AND CONFIGURATIONS MAY BE POSSIBLE WITH FURTHER ENGINEERING ANALYSIS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT YOUR LP SOLID START ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTOR. 6. UP TO THREE 3/4" HOLES MAY BE DRILLED IN "AREA B"TO ACCOMMODATE WIRING AND/OR WATER LINES. THESE HOLES SHALL BE AT LEAST 12" APART. THE HOLES SHALL BE LOCATED IN THE MIDDLE THIRD OF THE DEPTH, OR A MINIMUM OF 3" FROM THE BOTTOM AND TOP OF THE BEAM. FOR BEAMS SHALLOWER THAN 9-1/4", LOCATE HOLES AT MID -DEPTH. 7. PROTECT PLUMBING HOLES FROM MOISTURE. '-0" MIN. SPLICE LENC / (16) 0.131x3" NAILS VENLY SPACED SYP#2 HEADER, PER PLAN FOUNDATION, SEE PLAN WALL FRAMING AT RAISED HEADER CONDITION THREADED ROD 4 WINDOW SILL SCHEDULE ROUGH OPENING DROPPED HEAD OR SILL PLATES MINIMUM END FASTENER EACH END 4'-4" 3/8 (1)2x4 SPF #2 (4)12d TOE NAILS 5 6'-4" WALL FRAMING AT PLATE CHANGE CONDITION Jr IIL VVIIV I 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 16d NAILS J III I 11 3"3" 3" 3" 3" 3"3" 1'-2" 1'-2" 1Y" 1Y" 1'-2" 1'-2" 4'-0" SECTION "A" NOTE: 2x4 LAP SPLICE = 16d NAILS @ 3"o.c(MAX.) 2x6 LAP SPLICE = 16d NAILS @ 3"o.c(MAX.) TYPICAL FACE NAILING 16d NAILS @ 14"o.c(MAX.) 5 NAILING AT LAP SPLICE S7.0 SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" EXCEPTION: SMALL HOLES MAY BE DRILLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BEAM HOLE DETAILS. NOTES: 1. THESE GUIDELINES APPLY TO UNIFORMLY LOADED BEAMS SELECTED FROM THE QUICK REFERENCE TABLES OR THE UNIFORM LOAD TABLES OR DESIGNED WITH LP'S DESIGN/SPECIFICATION SOFTWARE ONLY. FOR ALL OTHER APPLICATIONS, SUCH AS BEAMS WITH CONCENTRATED LOADS, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LPOSOLIDSTART@ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTOR FOR ASSISTANCE. 2. ROUND HOLES CAN BE DRILLED ANYWHERE IN "AREA A° PROVIDED THAT: NO MORE THAN FOUR HOLES ARE CUT, WITH THE MINIMUM SPACING DESCRIBED IN THE DIAGRAM. THE MAXIMUM HOLE SIZE IS 1-1/2" FOR DEPTHS UP TO 9-1/4," AND 2" FOR DEPTHS GREATER THAN 9-1/4." 3. RECTANGULAR HOLES ARE NOT ALLOWED. 4. DO NOT DRILL HOLES IN CANTILEVERS WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL FROM THE PROJECT DESIGNER. 5. OTHER HOLE SIZES AND CONFIGURATIONS MAY BE POSSIBLE WITH FURTHER ENGINEERING ANALYSIS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT YOUR LP SOLID START ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTOR. 6. UP TO THREE 3/4" HOLES MAY BE DRILLED IN "AREA B"TO ACCOMMODATE WIRING AND/OR WATER LINES. THESE HOLES SHALL BE AT LEAST 12" APART. THE HOLES SHALL BE LOCATED IN THE MIDDLE THIRD OF THE DEPTH, OR A MINIMUM OF 3" FROM THE BOTTOM AND TOP OF THE BEAM. FOR BEAMS SHALLOWER THAN 9-1/4", LOCATE HOLES AT MID -DEPTH. 7. PROTECT PLUMBING HOLES FROM MOISTURE. '-0" MIN. SPLICE LENC / (16) 0.131x3" NAILS VENLY SPACED SYP#2 HEADER, PER PLAN FOUNDATION, SEE PLAN WALL FRAMING AT RAISED HEADER CONDITION SOLE PLATE ANCHOR SCHEDULE THREADED ROD 4 WINDOW SILL SCHEDULE ROUGH OPENING DROPPED HEAD OR SILL PLATES MINIMUM END FASTENER EACH END 4'-4" 3/8 (1)2x4 SPF #2 (4)12d TOE NAILS 5 6'-4" 1 3/4" (2)2x4 SPF #2 (5)12d TOE NAILS 5 8'-4" 31/2 " (3)2x4 SYP #2 (1)A34 + (4)12d TOE NAILS 1< 12'-0" N/A (3)2x6 SYP #2 (1)A35 + (4)12d TOE NAILS SOLE PLATE ANCHOR SCHEDULE THREADED ROD 4 EXT. WALL SPACING SHEARWALLS SPACING WASHER SPEC. EMBEDMENT DEPTH EDGE DISTANCE 3/8 40" 16" 2x2x1/8 " 31/2 " 1 3/4" 1/2 48" 24" 2x2x1/8 " 31/2 " 1 3/4" MASA 48" 24" N/A N/A N/A TYPICAL WOOD WALL ELEVATIONS SCALE: 3/4" 4'-O"\_MIN. FULL HEIGHT ANCHOR, SEE PLAN FOR SIZE AND LOCATION TYPICAL TOP PLATE NAILING: FASTEN ALL TOP PLATES TOGETHER w/ (3) ROWS OF .131x3 @ 12" O.C. STAGGERED. ARCHED TRANSOM OPTION: 2x SPF DIAGONAL BLOCKING FASTENED w/ 3-0.131"x3" EA. END TYPICAL. SHEATHING MAY EXTEND 2" PAST DROPPED BLOCKING- WINDOW HEADER ATTACHMENTS MUST ANCHOR INTO 2x MATERIAL. SYP#2 HEADER, PER PLANS WINDOW SILL SEE SCHEDULE FOR SILL SIZE AND CONNECTION EACH END WALL FRAMING AT DROPPED HEADER CONDITION THREADED ROD ANCHOR BOLT W/2" 2"XPLATE WASHER OR FULL HEIGHT ANCHOR BUTT JOINT u u 6" PT. SYP#2 IMAX. MIN. SILL PLATE SOLE PLATE BREAK JACK AND KING STUDS, SEE PLAN SOLE PLATE ANCHOR: SEE PLAN 420 Osceola Avenue Jacksonville Beach, Fl 32250 Ph. 242-0908 FL: CA # 8344 SC: CA# 3579 www.lp-a.com ;4FeNs cc sTxrepR0 ,; Luis A. Ponti3o, PE FL PE#53311 REVISIONS DATE FIELD ALTERATION CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT LOU PONTIGO 8 ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIOR TO MAKING ANY STRUCTURAL FIELD MODIFICATIONS WHICH MAY VARY FROM THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. ANY FIELD ALTERNATIONS MADE PRIOR TO BEING APPROVED BY LOU PONTIGO & ASSOCIATES, INC. MAY RESULT IN ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING OR INSPECTION FEES. N m � N tJ� w m 0 Ln ry = ZO Z w� 3 QU 0 Nw 00 m du Q/ Z W �m � = Q Q WOOD FRAMING SECTIONS AND DETAILS DO NOT SCALE DIMENSIONS FROM THESE DRAWINGS. IF A DIMENSION IS UNCLEAR REFER TO THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONTACT THE E.O.R. PLAN NAME AHERN TOWNHOUSES 2 DESIGN/DRAWN/CHECKED JWA / MX /LAP DATE 06.01.18 CONTROL NO. TRUSS ID. LPA NO. MACC-16-01038 SHEET 57.4 SHEET 1 7 OF 1 8 10 PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904.249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 6 ® K GE ° 6 C No. 65689 STATE OF ®�'°•° ORI®P' t V A Seal 11 � MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE LEGEND, ABBREV. & INDEX - MECHANICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By C L B Checked By B D R M 001 Scale 12" = 1'-0" 7 ti 0 6 L0 0 o N HVAC SYMBOL LEGENC HVAC ABBREVIATIONS HVAC GENERAL NOTES SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION 1. CONNECTION TO EQUIPMENT SHALL BE VERIFIED WITH MANUFACTURER'S CERTIFIED I I I I I I I I -CEILING DIFFUSER, ROUND NECK FIRE DAMPER -TERMINAL UNIT, VARIABLE/CONSTANT AIR VOLUME WITH ELECTRIC HEAT LD DRAWINGS. TRANSITIONS TO ALL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE VERIFIED AND PROVIDED FOR EQUIPMENT FURNISHED. (CEILING DIFFUSERS ARE 4 -WAY THROW UNO) WITH ACCESS PANEL) AFD -ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE -LINEAR DIFFUSER TERMINAL UNIT, VARIABLE/CONSTANT AIR AFF -ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR MBH -THOUSAND BTUs PER HOUR 2. DIMENSIONS SHALL BE FIELD -VERIFIED AND COORDINATED PRIOR TO PROCUREMENT OR VOLUME WITH ELECTRIC HEAT FABRICATION. COORDINATE THE WORK WITH OTHER TRADES INVOLVED. FIELD MODIFICATIONS -ROUND DIFFUSER FIRE &SMOKE DAMPER AFR ABOVE FINISHED ROOF MCA MINIMUM CIRCUIT AMPS SUCH AS OFFSETS IN PIPING OR DUCTWORK (INCLUDING DIVIDED DUCTWORK) NEEDED DUE TO WITH ACCESS PANEL) AHU -AIR HANDLING UNIT MOCP -MAXIMUM OVER CURRENT PROTECTION OBSTRUCTIONS OR INTERFERENCES SHALL BE PROVIDED AT NO ADDITIONAL COST, FOR PROJECTS INVOLVING RENOVATION, COORDINATE NEW WORK WITH EXISTING ELEMENTS SUCH AS THE -CEILING RETURN -EXISTING FIRE DAMPER TO REMA N L— —1 AP -ACCESS PANEL MOD -MOTOR OPERATED CONTROL DAMPER (MOD) BUILDING STRUCTURE AND ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES, SPRINKLER PIPING, LIGHTS, PLUMBING, AND I BOP -BOTTOM OF PIPE NC -NORMALLY CLOSED ELECTRICAL CONDUIT. -CEILING EXHAUST -EXISTING FIRE & SMOKE DAMPER TO REMAIN LL -TERMINAL UNIT, VARIABLE/CONSTANT AIR VOLUME, FAN POWERED BHP -BRAKE HORSEPOWER NO -NORMALLY OPEN 3. DUCT CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF THE -CEILING DIFFUSER, RECTANGULAR OR BTU -BRITISH THERMAL UNIT NTS NOT TO SCALE SMACNA HVAC DUCT CONSTRUCTION STANDARD. Fn I SQUARE NECK (CEILING DIFFUSERS ARE 4 -WAY THROW UNO) SA 1 SOUND ATTENUATOR CL -CENTER LINE OA -OUTSIDE AIR 4. SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR GAUGES, THICKNESS, BRACING, REQUIREMENTS, ETC., OF DUCTWORK. �I I I -TERMINAL UNIT, VARIABLE/CONSTANT AIR CFM -CFM (CUBIC FEET PER MINUTE) OAL -OUTSIDE AIR LOUVER 5. PROVIDE AIR TURNING VANES IN ALL 90 DEGREE RECTANGULAR DUCT ELBOWS. _ -SUPPLY REGISTER OR GRILLE -MOTOR OPERATED CONTROL DAMPER (MOD) VOLUME, FAN POWERED, WITH ELECTRIC CD -CEILING DIFFUSER PRV PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE 6. DUCT SIZES AND ALL OPENINGS THROUGH BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SHALL SUIT EQUIPMENT (VERTICAL MOUNT, SIDEWALL) CT COOLING TOWER PRS -PRESSURE REDUCING STATION FURNISHED. M -ELECTRIC DUCT HEATER _ -RETURN/EXHAUST REGISTER OR GRILLE (W/ PANEL CLEARANCE) CV -CONSTANT AIR VOLUME PSI POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH 7 COORDINATE DIFFUSER, GRILLE AND REGISTERWITH ARCHITECTURAL (VERTICAL MOUNT, SIDEWALL) F -AIR FLOW MEASURING STATION � -CHANGE IN PRESSURE PSIG -PSI GAUGE CEILING PLANS AND EQUIPMENT OF ALL TRADES. Q -REVISION REFERENCE L � -CHANGE IN TEMPERATURE PTAC -PACKAGED TERMINAL AIR CONDITIONER 8. LOCATE THERMOSTATS, TEMPERATURE SENSORS, HUMIDISTATS, AND HUMIDITY SENSORS AT 48" 1 -DETAIL REFERENCE: TOP -DETAIL#, MANUAL BALANCING DAMPER -MANUAL CFM -CUBIC FEET PER MINUTEPVC -POLYVINYL CHLORIDE PIPE ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. COORDINATE LOCATIONS WITH OTHER M 1 BOTTOM -DRAWING# SHOWN ON CU EQUIPMENT, FURNITURE, AND DOOR SWINGS. -HYDRONIC REHEAT COIL -CONDENSING UNIT RA -RETURN AIR 0 -THERMOSTAT/TEMPERATURE SENSOR DOOR GRILLE DDC -DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROLS9. RHC -REHEAT COIL ALL EQUIPMENT, DUCTWORK, ETC., SHALL BE SUPPORTED AS DETAILED AND/OR SPECIFIED, PROVIDE ADDITIONAL SUPPORTS AS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE AVIBRATION-FREE, RIGID INSTALLATION. ® -HUMIDISTAT/HUMIDITY SENSOR DN -DOWN RHP -ROOFTOP HEAT PUMP � -DUCT SMOKE DETECTOR = -UNDERCUT DOOR INLINE CENTRIFUGAL FAN EAT ENTERING AIR TEMPERATURE RPM -REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE 10. ALL DUCT SIZES SHOWN ARE INSIDE CLEAR DIMENSIONS. ESP -EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE RS/L -REFRIGERANT SUCTION &LIQUID LINES 11. DAMPERS AND INSIDES OF DUCTS VISIBLE THROUGH GRILLES, REGISTERS AND DIFFUSERS SHALL BE 0 -CONNECT TO EXISTING ® -ACCESS DOORS, VERTICAL OR HORIZONTAL �® -PACKAGED TERMINAL AIR CONDITIONER EWT -ENTERING WATER TEMPERATURE RTU -ROOFTOP AIR HANDLING UNIT PAINTED FLAT BLACK. �► -DEMOLISH TO POINT INDICATED (PTAC) FCU -FAN COIL UNIT SA -SUPPLY AIR 12. REFER TO TYPICAL DETAILS FOR PIPING AND INSTALLATION OF EQUIPMENT. -MOTORIZED CONTROL DAMPER -STAIN LESS STEEL DUCTWORK UP DN FD -FIRE DAMPER SP -STATIC PRESSURE 13. TRAPPED CONDENSATE DRAINS FROM ALL MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE PROVIDED FOR CHANGE OF ELEVATION FF -FINAL FILTERS TSP TOTAL STATIC PRESSURE PROPER DRAINAGE TO SUIT EQUIPMENT FURNISHED. �— -TEMPERATURE SENSOR III -FLEXIBLE CONNECTION FLA -FULL LOAD AMPS UNO -UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE 14 PAELS IN DUCTWORK AND CEILINGS LMECHANILL BE OCALDED WHERE REQUIRED FOR -PRESSURE SENSOR -FLEXIBLE DUCT FPM -FEET PER MINUTE V/PH OPERATIONNBALANCIN OR MAINTENANCE OF ALACCESS EQUIPMEN — -BACKDRAFT DAMPER 12x8 -FLAT OVAL DUCT GPM -GALLONS PER MINUTE VAV -VOLTS/PHASE 15. ALL DUCTWORK AND PIPING IS SHOWN SCHEMATICALLY. PROVIDE ALL TRANSITIONS, TURNING -VARIABLE AIR VOLUME VANES, ELBOWS, FITTINGS, ETC., TO ALLOW SMOOTH FLOWS. ALL SPLIT DUCT FITTINGS SHALL 0Q -NEUTRAL RELATIVE PRESSURE TRANSITION, CONCENTRIC KW -KILOWATT VFD VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE TRANSITION TO FULL SIZE OF THE SUM OF BOTH BRANCHES, UPSTREAM OF SPLIT. 0 -POSITIVE RELATIVE PRESSURE 24x12 -NEW DUCTWORK, FIRST DIMENSION IS SIDE SHOWN LAT -LEAVING AIR TEMPERATURE 16. PROVIDE CONCRETE HOUSEKEEPING PAD UNDER ALL FLOOR -MOUNTED EQUIPMENT. REFER TO -TRANSITION, ECCENTRIC LWT LEAVING WATER TEMPERATURE SPECIFICATIONS FOR DETAILED REQUIREMENTS. 0 -NEGATIVE RELATIVE PRESSURE 24x12 -EXISTING DUCTWORK TO REMAIN 17. VERIFY FINISH WITH ARCHITECT PRIOR TO PURCHASING GRILLES, REGISTERS, DIFFUSERS, LOUVERS -SHEET NOTE CALLOUT _ — 2412— — -EXISTING DUCTWORK TO BE REMOVED 10x8 -TRANSITION, SQUARE TO ROUND AND OTHER AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICES. -SHEET NOTE CALLOUT 2412 18. PROVIDE FLEXIBLE DUCT CONNECTIONS ON ALL DUCTWORK CONNECTING TO EACH FAN, AIR -DUCT ELBOW, POSITIVE PRESSURE (SUPPLY), FIRST �� SQUARE THROAT TEE HANDLING UNITS, AND FAN COIL UNITS. -SHEET NOTE CALLOUT DOWN UP W/IN FLOOR DIMENSION INDICATES SIDE TO WHICH ARROW IS POINTING 19. PROVIDE TRANSITIONS AT DIFFUSER NECKS AS REQUIRED TO MATCH SIZES OF FLEX DUCTS TO BE ® -CEILING MOUNTED ACCESS DOOR i � -DUCT ELBOW, EXHAUST CONNECTED. OTHER THAN NORMAL 20. INTERRUPTIONS TO EXISTING SERVICES SHALL BE SCHEDULED FOR TIMES -DUCT ELBOW, NEGATIVE PRESSURE, RETURN OPERATING HOURS (SUCH AS NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS). SUCH INTERRUPTIONS TO SERVICES SHALL NOT BE MADE WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE AND E12x8 -RADIUS TEE PROPER COORDINATION WITH OTHER TRADES. PRE -WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED TO MAKE THE -DUCT ELBOW UP THROUGH ROOF OR SLAB ABOVE SHUTDOWN PERIOD AS BRIEF AS POSSIBLE. ;P4 21. ALL EQUIPMENT, DUCTWORK, ETC., TO BE REMOVED SHALL REMAIN PROPERTY OF THE OWNER OR ® -RECTANGULAR DUCT SECTION UP, POSITIVE PRESSURE, -RECTANGLE-TO-ROUND TAKE -OFF DISPOSED OF LEGALLY, AS DIRECTED BY OWNER. SUPPLY OR OUTSIDE AIR ❑ -RECTANGULAR DUCT SECTION UF', 22. MAINTAIN CLEARANCE OF A MINIMUM OF 6" BETWEEN DUCTWORK, PIPING, EQUIPMENT, ETC., AND ALL RATED AND FIRE/SMOKE RATED PARTITIONS, TO ALLOW FOR INSPECTIONS OF RATED WALLS. NEGATIVE PRESSURE, RETURN FIRE ® -RECTANGULAR DUCT SECTION UF, EXHAUST -STANDARD BRANCH TAKE -OFF 23. LOCATE ALL OUTSIDE AIR INTAKES A MINIMUM OF 10' CLEAR FROM ALL PLUMBING VENTS AND EXHAUST AIR DISCHARGE LOCATIONS. O -ROUND DUCT SECTION UP -SPIN-IN TAKE -OFF 24. DUCT RUNOUTS TO DIFFUSERS SHALL MATCH THE SIZE OF THE DIFFUSER NECK. © -FLAT OVAL DUCT SECTION UP 25. WATER PRESSURE DROPS THROUGH COIL CONTROL VALVES SHALL NOT EXCEED 5 PSI. i� -SQUARE THROAT ELBOW W/TURNING VANES 26. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ALL EQUIPMENT AND VALVE DRAINS SHALL BE INDEPENDENTLY PIPED FULL SIZE TO THE NEAREST PLUMBING DRAIN. 27. SLEEVE AND SEAL ALL PIPING PENETRATIONS THROUGH BUILDING PARTITIONS. PROVIDE MANUAL AIR -RADIUS ELBOW VENTS AT ALL HIGH POINTS IN CHILLED WATER AND HOT WATER PIPING. 28. PIPING, DUCTWORK, LEAK PROTECTION APPARATUS, OR OTHER EQUIPMENT FOREIGN TO ELECTRICAL -RECTANGULAR/ROUND BRANCH TAKE -OFF SWITCHBOARDS, PANELBOARDS, DISTRIBUTION BOARDS, OR MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS SHALL NOT BE INSTALLED WITHIN THE REQUIRED SPACE FOR WORKING CLEARANCES OR DEDICATED SPACES OF OR ROUND/ROUND BRANCH TAKE -OFF THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, EXTENDING IN FRONT OF AND FROM FLOOR TO STRUCTURAL CEILING WITH A WIDTH AND DEPTH OF THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEC -110.26. ®� -EXHAUST DUCT UP THROUGH SLAB W/ FAN ON ROOF ABOVE ®/ -EXHAUST FAN ON ROOF W/ DUCT DOWN THROUGH ROOF HVAC EQUIPMENT TAGS TAG A 200 AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICE CFM AHU NUMBER AHU-1 -AIR HANDLING UNIT HVAC DRAWING INDEX AHU NUMBER COIL NUMBER SHEET DESCRIPTION M 001 LEGEND, ABBREV. & INDEX - MECHANICAL -REHEAT COIL M 002 SCHEDULES - MECHANICAL RHC -1-1 M 101 FIRST FLOOR PLAN - MECHANICAL M1 02 2ND FLOOR PLAN - MECHANICAL VARIABLE/CONSTANT AIR VOLUME TERMINAL UNITS M 103 3RD FLOOR PLAN - MECHANICAL M 300 DETAILS - MECHANICAL TERMINAL UNIT TYPE VTU - VARIABLE TERMINAL UNIT AHU NUMBER M 301 SPECIFICATIONS - MECHANICAL CTU - CONSTANT TERMINAL UNIT TERMINAL NUMBER PTU - PARALLEL TERMINAL UNIT STU - SERIES TERMINAL UNIT VTU-1-1 NOTE: SOME SYMBOLS SHOWN ON THIS LEGEND MAY NOT PERTAIN TO THIS PROJECT PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904.249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.com Benjamin D. 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"'%RAG 548 SIF CU -04: r- - - - - - - - - - - -7 L ---------------J PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION ; A I AA K 7mnll "'"K MACCC A R C H I T E C T S INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: lnfogMaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249–ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects,c 1650 Prudential Drive Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32207 Phone: 904-306-9111 ENGINEERING Fax: 904-306-9117 FOR ARCHITECTURE - I _-- - ir—r5.-crn © : : [ 1 1: — -TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc. COA 15 TLC NO: TLC NO Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 AH ERN TOWN HOUSE FIRST FLOOR PLAN - MECHANICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By C L B Checked By B D R M 101 Scale 1/4" = 01 r-4 -AU STAIR 4 -- — — — — — — — -------------- — E. ........................................... .. CU -04: r- - - - - - - - - - - -7 L ---------------J PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION ; A I AA K 7mnll "'"K MACCC A R C H I T E C T S INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: lnfogMaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249–ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects,c 1650 Prudential Drive Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32207 Phone: 904-306-9111 ENGINEERING Fax: 904-306-9117 FOR ARCHITECTURE - I _-- - ir—r5.-crn © : : [ 1 1: — -TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc. COA 15 TLC NO: TLC NO Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 AH ERN TOWN HOUSE FIRST FLOOR PLAN - MECHANICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By C L B Checked By B D R M 101 Scale 1/4" = 01 r-4 N 00 M 00 0 N i� r LO M r r oo r O N r_ CD ARK MACCO I SUPPLY AIR ELBOW. M.C. SHALL e„ ARCHITECTS INSTARADIUS R INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RADIus ELBow (MIN 1.0) SUPPLY AIR RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS �,\ DUCTWORK r THREADED CAP, HAND TIGHTENED _ FLEXIBLE DUCT 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE SUPPORT JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 i THREADED CAP WITH 1/4" DIA.SPIN-IN FITTING WNOLUME EXTENDED OPERATOR E; Info@MaccoArchitects.com / ON BALANCE DAMPER UNION TIGHTENED. PER SPEC.) HOLE DRILLED IN TOP, HAND �, CONTROL DAMPER (INSUL. / PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) � GAOLING COIL WWW.Ma ccOArchitects.c TRANSITION FROM AHU FLEXIBLE DUCT DRAW BAND ! G CONNECTION SIZE TO DUCT — \\,\� WIDTH AS SHOWN ON G� PLANS. 1650 Prudential Drive ��—FLEX CONNECTION AT SUPPLY AIR ! Suite 200 m CONNECTION Jacksonville, Florida 32207 FLEXIBLE DUCT MAX. Phone: 904-306-9111 8'-0" IN LENGTH E N 61 N E E R I N 6 Fax: 904-306-9117 A FOR ARCHITECTURE p;, tl IiUll DRAIN PAN MC SHALL ROUTE INSULATED CONDENSATE PIPING SLOPE TO DRAIN TO FLOOR DRAIN IN THE GARAGE. CONDENSATE FULLY EXTENDED. CASING SLEEVE U LINE SHALL BE INSULATED WHERE IN THE ©�_ , p;r�c rt zo ! TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc. Q CONCELLED SPACES, WALLS, PLENUM ETC .... MC COA 75 TLC NO: TLC NO SHALL PROVIDE WITH P -TRAP AND UNION FOR CONDENSATE PAN REMOVAL. MC SHALL PROVIDE SEPARATE FULL LINE SIZE CONDENSATE BY MATCHING THE CONNECTION SIZE. Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. ! SUPPLY AIR DUCT DRAW BAND Florida License # 65689 DOWN TO FLOOR BELOW FILTER BLANK -OFF PLATES WHERE REQUIRED DIFFUSER NECK (INSUL. PER SPEC.) I` CONDENSATE DRAIN PIPING DIMENSIONS: MANUAL DAMPER ! DIFFUSER CONE (INSUL. PER SPEC.) a�e��uaw+n+ A = FULL SIZE OF UNIT DRAIN CONNECTION`'````o RtS B > 1-1/2 TIMES FAN SUCTION STATIC PRESSURE BACK DRAFT DAMPER.°°*•-*��NNW C > FAN DISCHARGE STATIC PRESSURE PLUS 1/2" INCH RETURN AIR PLENUM WITH 1' CEILING TEE �Q�•'`C;,Ely°S :�U'�. DRAIN PAN THICK, 3LB/FT3 v G � THERMAL&ACOUSTICAL LINER+' COORDINATE MOUNTING/CURB HEIGHT AS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PROPER CONDENSATE DRAINAGE.PLACED ON THE OUTSIDE, OUT o o No' 65689 ' OF THE AIR STREAM. ----------------- n STATE OF TITUS MODEL: 350FL, ! LIGHT 36x18 RETURN AIR �,+r GRILLENA >,��s,'`'"►►►mn►imm�u��"`����``` AHU CONDENSATE DRAIN TRAP TYPICAL AIR HANDLING UNIT INSTALLATION TYPICAL RETURN AIR BOOT(2) 2� DIFFUSER MOUNTING 9 6 4 ! 1 No Scale No Scale No Scale No Scale I ! RUNNER TYPE 2 SINGLE VANE SCHEDULE a TO ALUM. ROOF CAP WITH R (RADIUS) SP GAUGE U) INSECT SCREEN AND BDD- — T.O. STRUCTURE — — — — — 34'-11" I 2° 1-1/2" 24 SMALL (51 mm) (38 mm) (0.70 mm) —STAIR TOWER TOP PLATE 33'-11 LARGE 4-1/2" 3-1/4" 22 _ o T.O. MAIN_ROOF (114 mm) (83 mm) (0.85 mm) �spp° 1-011 G 33TO AHU COOLING COIL R DRAW BAND ( ) INSULATION (SUCTION ! 3RD LEVEL TOP PLATE LINE oNLY) SINGLE VANE 31 -4 MAXIMUM 2 PIPES j SEAL WATER PER CONDUIT, TYP. SUPPLY TIGHT-- DUCT `III � - � I!i!�LL ,/ MANUAL DAMPER (! MIN. 26 GA. VANES !Li A 2-1/4 . 2-1 /4 . I i MIN. 24 GA. VANES FLEXIBLE DUCT = � 6 ABOVE GRADE I �I CONDENSING UNIT ON 6" ABOVE FINISHED N BACK DRAFT DAMPER CONCRETE PAD FLOOR, ROOF OR c SPIN -IN FITTING WNOLUME CONTROL GROUND �2-114"R / DAMPER (INSUL. PER SPEC. REQ'D.) � � I 4-1/2"R RUNNER TYPE 2 ` LIQUID AND SUCTION LINES UP FROM �5 Po° 4S p 1 2"R BELOW GRADE4S�p0 ° RUNNER TYPE 2 I LIQUID AND SUCTION LINES UNDER GRADE I! AH -01 ENCASED IN SCHEDULE 40 PVC PIPE CONDUIT. MARK 1 V 1 A C C O � ! REFRIGERANT LINES IN PVC PIPE SHALL BE SOFT �! ` COPPER, SEAMLESS WITHOUT JOINTS. Larqe Small 1 DOUBLE VANE AIA N CAR B FBRAG FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 D 1100 _ 3RD FLOOR PLAN VANE * MAXIMUM UNSUPPORTED VANE LENGTH No. Description Date li TIE RODSMALL SINGLE VANE 36 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 LARGE SINGLE VANE36" j 2ND LEVEL TOP PLAT4E REFRIGERANT PIPING DIAGRAM 7 SMALL DOUBLE VANE 48° i TYPICAL FLEX DUCT CONNECTION LARGE DOUBLE VANE 72" No Scale c soo I No Scale ! II NOTE: FILTER BACK RETURN GRILLE COORDINATE LOCATION OF BOTTOM INSTALL VANES IN SECTIONS OR USE TIE RODS TO (FBRAG) RETURN WITH CEILING TRUSSES. LIMIT THE UNBRACED VANE LENGTH I 1 I � I NOTES: VANE MECH CLOSET SECTION (SIM.) 1. VANES SHALL BE SECURELY FASTENED TO RUNNERS /2 — 1 O 2. ALL VANES SHALL BE SECURE AND STABLE IN INSTALLED INSULATION AS SPECIFIED PASSES THROUGH OPERATING POSITION. RUNNER —PIPE SLEEVE. PROVIDE FOAMGLAS INSULATION THROUGH SMOKE AND/OR FIRE FLOOR SLAB. TAP, TYPICAL 45 DEGREE BOOT METAL SCREWS 12" --XZ DUCT O C I DAMPER, TYPICAL MANUAL BALANCING AHERN T FLOOR SLAB EXTEND PIPE SLEEVE 1" ABOVE FLOOR. VANE SUPPORT WHERE MORE THAN ONE OCCURS, TOPS ARE LEVEL. HOUSE 22 GA. TAB TAB i� SCREW EVERY 6TH VANE TO TAB G— O! 1 1 4 DETAILS - CEMENT GROUT ! TROWEL SMOOTH MECHANICAL I ! CHROMED PIPE COLLARS 1-1/2" MIN. BOLT, SCREW OR WELD USED RUNNER TO DUCT IN EXPOSED AREAS. RADIUS ELBOWS MAY BE RUNNER TYPE 1 USED IN LIEU OF SQUARE ELBOWS Project Number 816010 NOTE: Date 05/31/18 SEE MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. J� Drawn By CLB I Checked By B D R -- — — PIPE FLOOR SLAB PENETRATION TURNING VANES TYPICAL LOW PRESSURE DUCTWORK No Scale No Scale `� No Scale Scale As indicated PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION 10 U im BASIC MECHANICAL REQUIREMENTS: CONFLICTS: NOTHING CONTAINED HEREIN SHALL BE CONSTRUED TO CONFLICT IN ANY WAY WITH OTHER PROVISIONS OR REQUIREMENTS OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. THE INTENT IS THAT THIS SECTION WILL TAKE PRECEDENCE. WHERE DIFFERENCES ARISE, THE ARCHITECT SHALL DECIDE WHICH DIRECTIONS OR INSTRUCTIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE. UNLESS AN ITEM IS SPECIFICALLY MENTIONED AS BEING PROVIDED BY OTHERS, THE REQUIREMENTS OF DIVISION 15 CONTRACT DOCUMENTS SHALL BE COMPLETED. THE SYSTEMS, EQUIPMENT, DEVICES AND ACCESSORIES SHALL BE INSTALLED, FINISHED, TESTED AND ADJUSTED FOR CONTINUOUS AND PROPER OPERATION. ANY APPARATUS, MATERIAL OR DEVICE NOT SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS BUT MENTIONED IN THESE SPECIFICATIONS, OR VICE VERSA, OR ANY INCIDENTAL ACCESSORIES NECESSARY TO MAKE THE PROJECT COMPLETE AND OPERATIONAL IN ALL RESPECTS, SHALL BE FURNISHED, DELIVERED AND INSTALLED WITHOUT ADDITIONAL EXPENSE TO THE OWNER. INCLUDE ALL MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, SUPERVISION, OPERATION, METHODS AND LABOR FOR THE FABRICATION, INSTALLATION, START-UP AND TESTS NECESSARY FOR COMPLETE AND PROPERLY FUNCTIONING SYSTEMS. COMPLY WITH ALL RULES, REGULATIONS, STANDARDS, CODES, ORDINANCES AND LAWS OF LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS AND THE AMENDMENTS AND INTERPRETATION OF SUCH RULES, REGULATIONS, STANDARDS, CODES, ORDINANCES AND LAWS OF LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS BY THE AUTHORITIES HAVING LAWFUL JURISDICTION. APPLICABLE CODES: A. STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY HEALTH AND BUILDING CODES. B. NFPA 51 B, 2009 EDITION. C. NFPA 70, 2011 EDITION. D. NFPA 72, 2010 EDITION. E. NFPA 90A & 90B, 2012 EDITION. F. NFPA 99: STANDARD FOR HEALTHCARE FACILITIES, 2012 EDITION. G. NFPA 101, LIFE SAFETY CODE, 2012 EDITION, FLORIDA SPECIFIC. H. FLORIDA BUILDING CODE -BUILDING, 2014 EDITION. I. FLORIDA BUILDING CODE -MECHANICAL AND ENERGY, 2014 EDITION. J. FLORIDA BUILDING CODE -PLUMBING, 2014 EDITION. K. OTHER NFPA CODES AS REFERENCED BY STANDARD CODES. L. ANSI A117.1 -1992 -ACCESSIBLE AND USABLE BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES. M. THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA), ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES FOR BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES -1991. DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS: INTENT: THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS IS TO ESTABLISH MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALITY STANDARDS FOR MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT AND WORKMANSHIP, AND TO PROVIDE OPERABLE MECHANICAL SYSTEMS COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT. EQUIPMENT PLACEMENT: THE DRAWINGS ARE DIAGRAMMATIC, INTENDED TO SHOW GENERAL ARRANGEMENT, CAPACITY AND LOCATION OF VARIOUS COMPONENTS, EQUIPMENT AND DEVICES. EACH LOCATION SHALL BE DETERMINED BY REFERENCE TO THE GENERAL BUILDING PLANS AND BY ACTUAL MEASUREMENTS IN THE BUILDING AS BUILT. REASONABLE CHANGES IN LOCATIONS ORDERED BY THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO THE PERFORMANCE OF THE AFFECTED WORK SHALL BE PROVIDED AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER. DRAWING SCALE: DUE TO THE SMALL SCALE OF THE DRAWINGS, AND TO UNFORESEEN JOB CONDITIONS, ALL REQUIRED OFFSETS, TRANSITIONS AND FITTINGS MAY NOT BE SHOWN BUT SHALL BE PROVIDED AT NO ADDITIONAL COST. CONFLICT: IN THE EVENT OF A CONFLICT, THE ARCHITECT WILL RENDER AN INTERPRETATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE GENERAL CONDITIONS. ABBREVIATIONS: ABBREVIATIONS, WHERE NOT DEFINED IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, SHALL BE INTERPRETED TO MEAN THE NORMAL CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TERMINOLOGY, AS DETERMINED BY THE ARCHITECT. PLURAL WORDS SHALL BE INTERPRETED AS SINGULAR AND SINGULAR WORDS SHALL BE INTERPRETED AS PLURAL WHERE APPLICABLE FOR CONTEXT OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. WORKMANSHIP: GENERAL: THE INSTALLATION OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT SHALL BE DONE IN A NEAT, WORKMANLIKE AND TIMELY MANNER BY AN ADEQUATE NUMBER OF CRAFTSMEN KNOWLEDGEABLE OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. THEY SHALL BE SKILLED IN THE METHODS AND CRAFTSMANSHIP NEEDED TO PRODUCE A FIRST -QUALITY INSTALLATION. PERSONNEL WHO INSTALL MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT SHALL BE QUALIFIED BY TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE TO PERFORM THEIR ASSIGNED TASKS. HOUSEKEEPING: KEEP INTERIORS OF DUCT AND PIPE SYSTEMS CLEAN AND FREE FROM DIRT, RUBBISH AND FOREIGN MATTER. CLOSE OPEN ENDS OF PIPING AND DUCTWORK AT ALL TIMES THROUGHOUT THE INSTALLATION. EQUIPMENT PROTECTION: PROTECT FAN MOTORS, SWITCHES, EQUIPMENT, FIXTURES, AND OTHER ITEMS FROM DIRT, RUBBISH AND FOREIGN MATTER. DO NOT OPERATE AIR HANDLING EQUIPMENT IF THE BUILDING IS NOT CLEAN OR IF DUST CAN ENTER THE COILS OR THE FAN HOUSINGS. EQUIPMENT CLEANING: THOROUGHLY CLEAN EQUIPMENT AND ENTIRE PIPING SYSTEMS INTERNALLY UPON COMPLETION OF INSTALLATION AND IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO FINAL ACCEPTANCE. BUILDING CLEANUP: REMOVE DEBRIS, RUBBISH, LEFTOVER MATERIALS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FROM WORK AREAS AND SITE. CLEAN TUNNELS AND CLOSED OFF SPACES OF PACKING BOXES, WOOD FRAME MEMBERS AND OTHER WASTE MATERIALS USED IN THE INSTALLATION. FILTER REPLACEMENT: PROVIDE FILTERS, WITH THE SAME EFFICIENCY RATING AS REQUIRED FOR THE FINAL INSTALLATION, FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE AIR MOVING EQUIPMENT AND DUCTWORK CONTINUOUSLY THROUGHOUT THE CONSTRUCTION PHASE. PROVIDE A NEW SET OF CLEAN FILTERS FOR THE TEST AND BALANCE OF THE AIR SIDE EQUIPMENT. PROTECTION OF FINISHED INSTALLATION: WHERE INSTALLATION IS REQUIRED IN AREAS PREVIOUSLY FINISHED BY OTHER TRADES, PROTECT THE AREA FROM MARRING, SOILING OR OTHER DAMAGE. CLEAN-UP: DEBRIS AND RUBBISH SHALL NOT BE DISPOSED INTO THE OWNER'S CONTAINERS. CORRECTION OF WORK: GENERAL: AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER, RECTIFY DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE ACTUAL INSTALLATION AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS WHEN IN THE OPINION OF THE T&B AGENCY OR THE ARCHITECT THE DISCREPANCIES WILL AFFECT SYSTEM BALANCE AND PERFORMANCE. DRIVE CHANGES: INCLUDE THE COST OF ALL PULLEY, BELT, AND DRIVE CHANGES, AS WELL AS BALANCING DAMPERS, VALVES AND FITTINGS, AND ACCESS PANELS TO ACHIEVE PROPER SYSTEM BALANCE RECOMMENDED BY THE T&B AGENCY. COORDINATION AND ASSISTANCE: GENERAL: PROVIDE ALL LABOR, EQUIPMENT, TOOLS AND MATERIAL REQUIRED TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS NECESSARY FOR THE TESTING AND BALANCING OF THE SYSTEMS. COORDINATE THE OPERATION OF THESE SYSTEMS WITH THE OWNER PROVIDED T&B AGENCY. CORRECT DEFICIENCIES NOTED BY THE T&B AGENCY. THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE HELD LIABLE FOR RETEST/REBALANCE REQUIRED FROM CONTRACTOR RELATED SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES. DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS: PROVIDE TO THE T&B AGENCY A COMPLETE SET OF PROJECT RECORD DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND AN APPROVED COPY OF ALL HVAC SHOP DRAWINGS AND EQUIPMENT SUBMITTALS. THE T&B AGENCY SHALL BE INFORMED OF ALL CHANGES MADE TO THE SYSTEM DURING CONSTRUCTION, INCLUDING APPLICABLE CHANGE ORDERS. COORDINATION: COORDINATE THE WORK OF ALL TRADES AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS TO COMPLETE THE MODIFICATIONS RECOMMENDED BY THE T&B AGENCY AND ACCEPTED BY THE ARCHITECT. CUT OR DRILL HOLES FOR THE INSERTION OF AIR MEASURING DEVICES AS DIRECTED FOR TEST PURPOSES; REPAIR TO AS -NEW CONDITION, INSERTING PLASTIC CAPS OR COVERS TO PREVENT AIR LEAKAGE. REPAIR OR REPLACE INSULATION AND RE-ESTABLISH THE INTEGRITY OF THE VAPOR RETARDANT. COORDINATION DRAWINGS: CONTRACTOR WILL PROVIDE M, E, P, & FP COORDINATION DRAWINGS TO BE RECEIVED AND APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER AND ARCHITECT BEFORE FABRICATION OR INSTALLATION OF ANY SYSTEM. PROVIDE 6 COPIES OF COORDINATED 1/4" SCALE DRAWINGS FOR REVIEW. ALL CONFLICTS SHALL RESOLVED BEFORE FINAL ACCEPTANCE. PROTECTION OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT: REPLACEMENT OF DAMAGED STORED MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT: ANY MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT THAT HAS BEEN WET OR OTHERWISE DAMAGED PRIOR TO INSTALLATION, IN THE OPINION OF THE ARCHITECT, SHEkLL BE REPLACED WITH NEW MATERIAL REGARDLESS OF THE CONDITION OF THE MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT AT THE TIME OF INSTALLATION. REPAIR OF DAMAGED EXISTING MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT: AFTER INSTALLATION CORRECT OR REPAIR DENTS, SCRATCHES AND OTHER VISIBLE BLEMISHES. AT THE DIRECTION OF ARCHITECT REPLACE OR REPAIR TO "AS NEW" CONDITION EQUIPMENT THAT HAS BEEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION. ASBESTOS AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: GENERAL: SHOULD ASBESTOS OR OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIAL BE ENCOUNTERED DURING EXECUTION OF THE WORK, OR SHOULD THE PRESENCE OF ASBESTOS OR OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIAL BE SUSPECTED, IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT AND SUSPEND WORK IN THE AFFECTED AREA. THE OWNER WILL INITIATE A STUDY TO DETERMINE IF ASBESTOS OR OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ARE PRESENT AND WILL DETERMINE WHAT ACTION WILL BE TAKEN. REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS OR OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS WILL BE DONE UNDER A SEPARATE CONTRACT. COORDINATION OF SERVICES: GENERAL: COORDINATE INTERRUPTION OF EXISTING SERVICES TO OWNER -OCCUPIED AREAS, IN WRITING, AT LEAST 1 -WEEK IN ADVANCE WITH THE ARCHITECT. THE OWNER SHALL DECIDE SHUTDOWN TIME AND DURATION OF SERVICES INTERRUPTION. PROVIDE SHUTOFF VALVES AT POINTS OF INTERCONNECTION TO MINIMI1ZE DOWNTIME. PROCEDURES INCIDENTAL TO THE OUTAGE SHALL BE PREPARED IN ADVANCE TO MINIMIZE: DOWNTIME. FIRE SAFETY IN EXISTING FACILITIES: DO NOT DECREASE THE FIRE RATING OF WALLS, PARTITIONS, CEILINGS, FLOORS, DOORS OR COMBINATIONS THEREOF IN ADJACENT AREAS OR MEANS OF EGRESS. DO NOT INTERRUPT FIRE SPRINKLING OR LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS WITHOUT PRIOR COORDINATION WITH THE ARCHITECT. INFORM ALL NECESSARY PARTIES (FIRE DEPARTMENT, OWNER'S INSURANCE CARRIER, ETC.) IN ADVANCE, PRIOR TO AND IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHUTDOWN, DISCONNECTION OR ISOLATION OF ANY PORTION OF LIFE SAFETY OR FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM. LAYOUT OF EXISTING EQUIPMENT: GENERAL: EXISTING EQUIPMENT, PIPING, DUCTWORK, ETC., AS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS HAVE, FOR THE MOST PART, BEEN PROVIDED TO THE ARCHITECT THROUGH EXISTING DRAWINGS. THE LAYOUTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE FROM AS -BUILT DRAWINGS AND MAY BE FROM PARTIAL COPIES OF ORIGINAL DESIGN DOCUMENTS NOT PRODUCED BY THE ARCHITECT. THE ARCHITECT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURACY NOR COMPLETENESS OF THE EXISTING INSTALLATION AND ALL LAYOUTS ARE SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY. IT IS TO BE UNDERSTOOD THAT UNFORESEEN CONDITIONS PROBABLY EXIST AND THAT EXISTING AND NEW WORK MAY NOT BE FIELD LOCATED EXACTLY AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS. VERIFY EXISTING CONDITIONS IN THE FIELD AND NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT OF ANY DEVIATIONS REQUIRED TO INSTALL THE WORK AS SHOWN. COORDINATE NEW WORK WITH EXISTING EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING REMOVING, RELOCATING, REROUTING, EXTENDING WITH NEW MATERIALS, AND REINSTALL EXISTING PIPING, DUCTWORK, CONDUITS, WIRING, TUBING, SUPPORTS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT. THE ARCHITECT SHALL MAKE THE FINAL DECISION ON ALL DEVIATIONS OR MODIFICATIONS REQUIRED BY THE EXISTING CONDITIONS. AIR FILTER SUBMITTALS SHALL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING DATA: MANUFACTURERS LITERATURE, SIZE, MAKE, MODEL NUMBER, THICKNESS, MERV RATING, AND EFFICIENCY OF FILTER SELECTED. PERFORMANCE DATA: INITIAL AND RECOMMENDED FINAL PRESSURE DROP ACROSS EACH FILTER ASSEMBLY AT THE AIR FLOWS INDICATED. PLEATED FILTER MEDIA GENERAL: UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ALL PLEATED MEDIA FILTERS SHALL HAVE A FACE SIZE OF 24 INCHES BY 24 INCHES OR 24 INCHES BY 12 INCHES. 30 PERCENT EFFICIENT/MERV 8 FILTERS: FILTER MEDIA SHALL BE REINFORCED NOW WOVEN COTTON WITH POLYESTER TRACE FIBERS, TREATED WITH ADHESIVE AND CONTINUOUSLY LAMINATED TO A SUPPORTED STEEL WELDED WIRE GRID. THE DISPOSABLE FILTER MEDIA ENCLOSING FRAME SHALL BE RIGID WET -STRENGTH BEVERAGE BOARD WITH DIAGONAL SUPPORT MEMBERS. THE INSIDE PERIPHERY OF THE FRAME SHALL BE BONDED TO THE FILTER MEDIA TO ELIMINATE AIR BYPASS. EACH FILTER SHALL CONTAIN A MINIMUM 3 SQUARE FEET OF MEDIA PER SQUARE FOOT OF FACE AREA, AND A MINIMUM 11 PLEATS PER LINEAR FOOT. UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, MEDIA THICKNESS SHALL BE 2 INCHES; CLEAN RESISTANCE SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.30 INCHES OF WATER AT 500 FPM FACE VELOCITY. MANUFACTURER AND MODEL: AMERICAN AIR FILTER, PERFECT PLEAT ULTRA, CAMFIL FARR, 30/30. 90 PERCENT EFFICIENT/MERV 14 CARTRIDGE FILTERS: AIR FILTERS SHALL BE HIGH PERFORMANCE, EXTENDED AREA, DEEP PLEATED, CARTRIDGE TYPE CONSISTING OF A FILTER ELEMENT, MEDIA RETAINER HOLDING FRAME AND SEALER FRAME. THE MEDIA SHALL BE MICROFINE GLASS FIBER REINFORCED BY A LAMINATED SYNTHETIC BACKING. RETAINER SHALL BE OF WELDED STEEL CONSTRUCTION AND SHALL BE DESIGNED TO SUPPORT THE MULTIPLE PLEATS OF THE FILTER ELEMENT AGAINST THE DIRECTION OF AIRFLOW. THE WELDED WIRE GRID SHALL BE BONDED TO THE FILTER MEDIA. ENCLOSURE FRAMES SHALL BE FACTORY FABRICATED OF GALVANIZED STEEL AND SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH GASKETS AND FOUR SPRING -TYPE POSITIVE SEALING FASTENERS CAPABLE OF BEING ATTACHED OR REMOVED WITHOUT TOOLS. SEALER FRAMES SHALL BE FABRICATED OF 20 GAUGE GALVANIZED STEEL AND SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH GASKETING MATERIAL ON THE FRAME REAR FLANGE. UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, FILTER CLEAN RESISTANCE SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.70 INCHES OF WATER AT 500 FPM FACE VELOCITY. MANUFACTURER AND MODEL: AMERICAN AIR FILTER, VARICEL DH, CAMFIL FARR, MICRETAIN TEST AND BALANCE: GENERAL: SHALL BE PERFORMED BY AN INDEPENDENT T&B AGENCY. RENOVATION PROJECTS, PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION: PROVIDE A PRE -DEMOLITION TEST OF ALL AIR DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT WITHIN THE SCOPE OF WORK AREA OR AS OTHERWISE INSTRUCTED. FORWARD REPORT TO ENGINEER BEFORE DEMOLITION OF SYSTEMS. CERTIFICATION: THE T&B AGENCY SHALL BE A CERTIFIED MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED AIR BALANCE COUNCIL (AABC) OR THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL BALANCING BUREAU (NEBB). WORK INCLUDED: THE T&B AGENCY SHALL PROVIDE ALL LABOR, SUPERVISION, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, TOOLS, TEST EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS (EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE INDICATED) TO PERFORM WORK OF THIS SECTION; INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: REVIEW THE AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL AND AIR TERMINAL UNIT SPECIFICATIONS FOR THEIR EFFECTS ON THE TESTING AND BALANCING PROCEDURES FOR THE AIR SYSTEMS. WHERE CONDITIONS MAY EXIST IN THE SYSTEM DESIGN OR CONSTRUCTION WHICH MAY ADVERSELY AFFECT SYSTEM PERFORMANCE, IDENTIFY THE CONDITIONS AND SUBMIT RECOMMENDED CORRECTIONS IN WRITING FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE ARCHITECT. PERFORM A COMPLETE AIR TEST AND BALANCE OF ALL HEATING, VENTILATING, AIR CONDITIONING AND EXHAUST AIR SYSTEMS SHOWN AND DESCRIBED ON THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. TAB REPORT: RECORDED TEST DATA SHALL BE AT THE FINAL BALANCED CONDITION FOR EACH SYSTEM, AND SHALL BE ARRANGED BY SYSTEM USING THE APPROPRIATE DESIGNATION AS ESTABLISHED ON THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. 6 COPIES OF THE TYPEWRITTEN, SIGNED, BOUND AND INDEXED FINAL REPORT SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ARCHITECT FOR REVIEW PRIOR TO REQUEST FOR SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION INSPECTION. THE SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION INSPECTION SHALL NOT BE SCHEDULED UNTIL THE FINAL REPORT HAS BEEN RECEIVED AND IS ACCEPTABLE TO THE ARCHITECT. REPORT FORMAT SHALL BE SIMILAR TO FORMS APPROVED FOR USE BY SMACNA OR AABC. MEASUREMENTS: WHERE ACTUAL MEASUREMENTS RECORDED FOR THE FINAL BALANCE SHOW DEVIATIONS OF MORE THAN 10 PERCENT FROM THE DESIGN, THE T&B AGENCY SHALL NOTE SAME IN THE REPORT AND SUBMIT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION TO THE ARCHITECT. VIBRATION: WHERE, IN THE OPINION OF THE T&B AGENCY, THERE IS EXCESSIVE VIBRATION, MOVEMENT OR NOISE FROM ANY PIECE OF EQUIPMENT, DUCTWORK, PIPES, ETC., THE T&B AGENCY SHALL NOTE SAME IN THE REPORT AND SUBMIT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION TO THE ARCHITECT. TEST DATA: PROVIDE TEST AND BALANCE REPORT PRIOR TO AND AFTER THE BALANCING OF EACH CONSTRUCTION PHASE. INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING DATA IN THE SYSTEMS TEST AND BALANCE REPORT: 1. FANS: MANUFACTURER, MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER, TYPE OF FAN, WHEEL DIAMETER RATED CFM, MEASURED CFM DESIGN INLET AND OUTLET TOTAL EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURES, ACTUAL INLET AND OUTLET TOTAL AND EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURES 2. AIR SYSTEMS (INCLUDING INLETS AND OUTLETS): GRILLE AND OR DIFFUSER: REFERENCE NUMBER, MANUFACTURER, SYSTEM TYPE AND LOCATION. DESIGN AND MEASURED CFM TABULATION OF DESIGN AND MEASURED CFM FOR EACH INLET OR OUTLET. A SUMMARIZATION BY SYSTEM TO COMPARE DESIGN DATA TO ACTUAL 3. AIR HANDLING UNITS: DESIGN AND MEASURED AIR FLOW DESIGN AND MEASURED AIRSIDE STATIC PRESSURE DROPS ACROSS EACH COIL AND ACROSS THE ENTIRE UNIT. DESIGN AND MEASURED AIRSIDE COOLING COIL ENTERING AND LEAVING DRY AND WET BULB TEMPERATURES DESIGN AND MEASURED AIRSIDE HEATING COIL ENTERING AND LEAVING DRY BULB TEMPERATURES. 4. UPON COMPLETION OF ALL OTHER AIR BALANCING WORK, TEST THE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE AVAILABLE ACROSS EACH DUCT MOUNTED SMOKE DETECTOR AND VERIFY THAT THE SMOKE DETECTOR IS OPERATING WITHIN ITS SPECIFIED DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE RANGE. IN THE FINAL TEST AND BALANCE REPORT, RECORD THE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE AVAILABLE ACROSS EACH DUCT MOUNTED SMOKE DETECTOR, INDICATE THE ALLOWABLE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE RANGE AS CATALOGED BY THE DETECTOR MANUFACTURER, AND DOCUMENT THAT THE SMOKE DETECTOR IS OPERATING WITHIN THE ALLOWABLE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE RANGE. 5. CONTROLS: THE T&B AGENCY SHALL VERIFY THAT EACH CONTROLLER AND THE DEVICES IT CONTROLS, SUCH AS CONTROL VALVES, MOTORIZED DAMPERS, VAV BOXES, ETC., OPERATES IN THE EXACT SEQUENCE REQUIRED. FOR AHCA PROJECTS, A TEST AND BALANCE REPRESENTATIVE SHALL BE PRESENT DURING FINAL AHCA WALK THRU. PRODUCTS AIR DISTRIBUTION SUBMITTAL DATA: MANUFACTURERS LITERATURE, PHOTOGRAPH OR RENDERING OF EACH DEVICE, STATIC AND TOTAL PRESSURE DROP, FACE VELOCITY, THROW AND NOISE LEVEL FOR EACH OF THE AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICES AT THE AIR FLOWS INDICATED. DEVICES: PROVIDE AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICES AS INDICATED. ALL AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICES PROVIDED SHALL BE THE PRODUCT OF A SINGLE MANUFACTURER UNLESS SPECIFICALLY INDICATED OTHERWISE. MATERIAL: ALL DEVICES SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF ALUMINUM UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICES INSTALLED IN FIRE RATED CEILING, FLOOR/CEILING ASSEMBLY, OR RATED WALL SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF STEEL. DEVICES INSTALLED ON HARD SURFACES (DRYWALL OR PLASTER CEILINGS OR WALLS) SHALL HAVE A NEOPRENE GASKET ALONG EACH EDGE TO PROVIDE AN AIRTIGHT SEAL. FINISH: EACH AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICE SHALL HAVE A FACTORY APPLIED BAKED ENAMEL FINISH. CEILING DEVICES SHALL BE FINISHED IN OFF-WHITE AND SIDEWALL DEVICES SHALL BE FINISHED IN OFF-WHITE UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. INTEGRAL COMPONENTS: ALL DAMPERS, BLANK -OFF BAFFLES AND OTHER COMPANION DEVICES WHICH FORM AN INTEGRAL PART OF AN AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICE SHALL BE FACTORY -MADE. APPROVED MANUFACTURERS: TITUS, E. H. PRICE, ANEMOSTAT, KRUEGER, METALAIRE INSTALLATION AND COORDINATION: COORDINATE THE LOCATION OF AIR DISTRIBUTION DEVICES AND REFLECTED CEILING DRAWINGS WITH RESPECT TO PLACEMENT AND ALIGNMENT TO PREVENT CONFLICT WITH LIGHTING FIXTURES, FIRE PROTECTION SPRINKLERS AND SMOKE DETECTORS. ALL RECTANGULAR CEILING DEVICES SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH THEIR LINES PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR TO THE BUILDING LINES AND ALIGNED WITH THE CEILING. SURFACE MOUNTED DEVICES SHALL BE SECURED TO AND SUPPORTED BY METAL DUCT BRANCHES OR DROPS. DEVICES SHALL BE SUPPORTED BY SEPARATE HANGERS WHERE FLEXIBLE DUCT CONNECTIONS ARE INDICATED. DUCTWORK SHEET METAL DUCTWORK APPLICABLE STANDARDS: SMACNA: USE MATERIAL, WEIGHT, THICKNESS, GAUGE, REINFORCING, SEAMS AND JOINTS, SUSPENSION, WORKMANSHIP AND CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION METHODS AS OUTLINED IN THE SHEET METAL AND AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, INC. AND SHALL COMPLY WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S PUBLISHED RECOMMENDATIONS AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. MATERIAL: PRIME QUALITY 48 INCH WIDE RESQUARE TIGHT COAT COLD- ROLLED HOT -DIPPED GALVANIZED STEEL CAPABLE OF DOUBLE SEAMING WITHOUT FRACTURE. CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF ASTM A-525 AND ASTM -G90 FOR A MINIMUM GALVANIZING COAT OF 1.25 OUNCES PER SQUARE FOOT TOTAL FOR BOTH SIDES. ALL DUCT SUPPORTS SHALL BE SUPPORTED FROM THE STRUCTURAL MEMBERS, NO PENETRATIONS OF THE ROOF DECK IS ALLOWED. PROHIBITED DUCT LOCATIONS: DO NOT ROUTE DUCTWORK THROUGH TRANSFORMER VAULTS, OR INTO ELECTRICAL ROOMS OR ELEVATOR EQUIPMENT SPACES UNLESS THE DUCTWORK IS DEDICATED TO SERVING THAT SPACE. DO NOT INSTALL DUCTWORK OVER ELEVATOR EQUIPMENT, ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION PANELS OR MOTOR CONTROL STATIONS. BALANCING DEVICES: IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN CLARITY OF THE DRAWINGS, NOT ALL REQUIRED DUCT BALANCING DAMPERS ARE INDICATED. HOWEVER, PROVIDE EACH DUCT BRANCH AND EACH DUCT TAKEOFF WITH A BALANCING DAMPER TO ASSURE CORRECT BALANCE AND QUIET DISTRIBUTION OF INDICATED AIR QUANTITIES. EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS: PROVIDE AND INSTALL ALL DUCT CONNECTIONS TO AIR HANDLING UNITS AND FANS AND PROVIDE FLEXIBLE CONNECTIONS, ELBOWS AND BENDS WHICH MINIMIZE NOISE AND PRESSURE DROP. PROVIDE FLEXIBLE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN DUCTWORK AND ALL ROTATING OR VIBRATING EQUIPMENT. COORDINATION: COORDINATE DIMENSIONS AT INTERFACES OF DISSIMILAR TYPE OF DUCTWORK AND AT INTERFACES OF DUCTWORK WITH EQUIPMENT SO THAT PROPER OVERLAPS, INTERFACES, ETC., OF INSULATION AND CONTINUITY OF VAPOR BARRIERS ARE MAINTAINED. WHERE DUCTS OF TWO DISSIMILAR METALS MEET, THE JOINTS SHALL BE INSTALLED SUCH THAT THE METALS DO NOT CONTACT EACH OTHER. SUPPLY, RETURN, INTAKE, EXHAUST AND RELIEF DUCTWORK MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ALL DUCTWORK SHALL COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM PRESSURE REQUIREMENTS: 3 INCH W.G. PRESSURE: FROM THE SUPPLY FAN DISCHARGE TO A TERMINAL UNIT OR ZONE DAMPER INLET. 2 INCH W.G. PRESSURE: FROM THE RETURN AIR INLET DEVICE TO THE INLET OF THE RETURN FAN OR AIR HANDLING FAN RETURN CONNECTION. FROM THE DISCHARGE SIDE OF A TERMINAL UNIT TO THE ROOM SUPPLY AIR DEVICE. FROM THE ROOM EXHAUST DEVICE TO THE INLET OF THE EXHAUST FAN. ALL SUPPLY AND OUTSIDE AIR DUCTS SHALL BE EXTERNALLY INSULATED EXTENDING FROM SUPPLY FAN DISCHARGE, THROUGHOUT SYSTEM, TO ALL OUTLETS. TOILET EXHAUST, GENERAL EXHAUST: DUCTWORK SHALL NOT HAVE INTERNAL INSULATION, AND DOES NOT HAVE TO BE EXTERNALLY INSULATED UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. CHANGES IN SHAPE OR DIMENSION CRITERIA, WHERE DUCT SIZE OR SHAPE IS ALTERED TO EFFECT A CHANGE IN AREA, THE FOLLOWING SHALL APPLY: 1. DO NOT EXCEED A SLOPE OF 1 INCH IN 7 INCHES FOR TRANSITIONS WITH INCREASING AREA. 2. DO NOT EXCEED A SLOPE OF 1 INCH IN 4 INCHES FOR TRANSITIONS WITH DECREASING AREA. 1 INCH IN 7 INCHES IS PREFERABLE AND SHOULD BE USED WHEN EVER POSSIBLE. 3. TRANSITION ANGLES SHALL NOT EXCEED 30 DEGREES AT INLET CONNECTIONS TO COILS OR OTHER EQUIPMENT, NOR 15 DEGREES AT OUTLET CONNECTIONS. THERMAL INSULATION: PERFORMANCE DATA: PROVIDE THERMAL PERFORMANCE, DENSITY AND VAPOR PERMEANCE FOR EACH TYPE OF INSULATION, FINISH, COVER, FACING OR JACKET SPECIFIED IN THIS DOCUMENT. UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, INSULATION TYPES AND THICKNESSES SPECIFIED ARE BASED ON INSULATING MATERIALS HAVING A "K" VALUE (BTU PER HOUR PER SQUARE FOOT PER DEGREE TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCE) PER INCH OF THICKNESS AS INDICATED. VAPOR PERMEANCE IS BASED ON VAPOR RETARDANT MATERIALS HAVING WATER VAPOR TRANSMISSION RATES IN PERMS (GRAINS OF VAPOR PER HOUR PER SQUARE FOOT PER INCH OF MERCURY VAPOR PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL). ALTERNATE MATERIALS SHALL BE APPROVED ON THE BASIS OF THICKNESSES PROVIDING EQUIVALENT HEAT TRANSFER OR VAPOR TRANSMISSION RATES. APPLICABLE STANDARDS: NFPA: ALL MATERIALS AND ADHESIVES USED SHALL CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF NFPA 90A, 2012 REVISION, AS TO FLAME SPREAD AND SMOKE DEVELOPED RATINGS THROUGHOUT THEIR OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE. ALL INSULATION, JACKETS, FACINGS AND ADHESIVES USED TO ADHERE THE JACKET OR FACING TO THE INSULATION, INCLUDING FITTINGS AND BUTT STRIPS, SHALL HAVE A NON-COMBUSTIBLE FIRE AND SMOKE HAZARD RATING AND LABEL AS TESTED BY ASTM E-84, NFPA 255 AND UL -723 NOT EXCEEDING FLAME SPREAD VALUE OF 25 AND SMOKE DEVELOPED/FUEL CONTRIBUTED VALUE OF 50. ACCESSORIES SUCH AS MASTICS, CEMENTS, TAPES AND CLOTH FOR FITTINGS SHALL HAVE THE SAME RATINGS. FLORIDA BUILDING CODE: INSULATION THERMAL CONDUCTANCE VALUES AND INSULATION THICKNESS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE FLORIDA BUILDING CODE- MECHANICAL. INSULATION FOR DUCT SYSTEMS: GENERAL: AIR HANDLING UNIT CASINGS DOWNSTREAM OF COOLING COILS SHALL BE INSULATED. INSULATE SUPPLY AND RETURN AIR DUCTS FOR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS FROM SUPPLY FAN DISCHARGE TO ROOM OUTLETS ON ALL SYSTEMS. OUTSIDE AIR DUCTS SHALL BE EXTERNALLY INSULATED, EXCEPT WHERE LOCATED IN MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT ROOMS. INSULATE WITH A MINIMUM OF 2 INCH THICK FIBERGLASS BLANKET WRAP APPLIED OVER CLEAN, DRY SHEET METAL DUCTWORK INSTALLED TO ALLOW MAXIMUM FULLNESS AT CORNERS (AVOID EXCESSIVE COMPRESSION). ADHERE DUCT INSULATION TO METAL AND PROVIDE CONTINUITY OF VAPOR RETARDANT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. WHERE DUCT WIDTH EXCEEDS 24 INCHES, THE INSULATION SHALL BE ADDITIONALLY SECURED TO THE BOTTOM OF THE DUCT USING MECHANICAL FASTENERS SPACED 1 FOOT ON CENTER TO PREVENT SAGGING OF THE INSULATION. DUCTWORK INSULATION SHALL BE INORGANIC FIBROUS GLASS, FLEXIBLE BLANKET OF GLASS FIBER FACTORY LAMINATED TO A REINFORCED FOIL KRAFT (FRK) VAPOR RETARDANT WITH A MINIMUM 2 INCH TAPING AND STAPLING FLANGE ON ONE EDGE. SUITABLE FOR OPERATION AT TEMPERATURES FROM 40 DEGREES F. TO 250 DEGREES F. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF 0.31 AT 75 DEGREES F. MINIMUM DENSITY OF 1-1/2 PCF. MANUFACTURER: OWENS-CORNING, SCHULLER, CERTAINTEED, KNAUF FLEXIBLE DUCTS APPLICABLE STANDARDS: SMACNA: USE MATERIAL, WEIGHT, THICKNESS, GAUGE, REINFORCING, SEAMS AND JOINTS, SUSPENSION, WORKMANSHIP AND CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION METHODS AS OUTLINED IN THE HVAC DUCT CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS, METAL & FLEXIBLE, FIRST EDITION, 1985. AND SHALL COMPLY WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S PUBLISHED RECOMMENDATIONS AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. MATERIALS: INSULATED FLEXIBLE DUCTS SHALL BE FACTORY -FABRICATED, PRE -INSULATED TYPE WITH SEAMLESS VAPOR BARRIER. FIBERGLASS INSULATION SHALL BE NOMINAL 1 INCH THICKNESS WITH MAXIMUM THERMAL CONDUCTANCE OF 0.23 BTU/HR-SQ.FT.-DEGREE F. AT 75 DEGREE F. MEAN TEMPERATURE. FLEXIBLE DUCT SHALL HAVE AN OPERATING PRESSURE RANGE OF MINUS 3.0 INCH W.G. TO PLUS 6 INCH W.G., MAXIMUM WORKING VELOCITY TO 4000 FPM AND TEMPERATURE RANGE TO 250 DEGREE F. INNER LINER SHALL BE CONTINUOUS AND CONSIST OF CORREGATED POLYTHYLENE (CPE) BONDED TO A METAL HELIX. VAPOR RETARDANT RATING SHALL BE 0.05 PERM MAXIMUM PER ASTM E96 -A. CODE REQUIREMENTS: THE DUCT SHALL BE UL181 LISTED AS A CLASS 1 AIR DUCT AND SHALL COMPLY WITH PARAGRAPH 419.3.11.6 OF THE FLORIDA BUILDING CODE. MANUFACTURER AND TYPE: THERMAFLEX M -KE OR FLEXMASTER 1 M ARE ACCEPTABLE. PIPING ALL PRESSURIZED PIPING SYSTEMS SHALL CONFORM TO ASME 831.9, CODE FOR PRESSURE PIPING, BUILDING SERVICES PIPING. BEFORE FINAL TESTING, FLUSH PIPING SYSTEMS WITH CLEAN WATER TO REMOVE DEBRIS. DISCONNECT ALL COILS FROM SYSTEM BEFORE FLUSHING. FLUSH ALL COILS SEPARATE FROM SYSTEM. PROVIDE TEMPORARY VALVES AND DRAINS AS REQUIRED. PRIOR TO INSULATING AND CONCEALING THE PIPING SYSTEM, APPLY A WATER PRESSURE TEST TO ALL PARTS OF EACH SYSTEM BEFORE EQUIPMENT IS CONNECTED. USE A HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE OF NOT LESS THAN 100 PSIG OR 150 PERCENT OF SYSTEM OPERATING PRESSURE WHICHEVER IS GREATER. TEST SYSTEM FOR A PERIOD NOT LESS THAN FOUR HOURS. THERE SHALL BE NO LEAKS AT ANY POINT IN THE SYSTEM AT THIS PRESSURE. CONDENSATE PIPING: PROVIDE AND INSTALL PIPE AND FITTINGS AS INDICATED, INCLUDING ALL OFFSETS, FITTINGS, SLEEVES AND SIMILAR ITEMS REQUIRED BUT NOT NECESSARILY INDICATED DUT TO DRAWING SCALE FOR COMPLETE AND OPERABLE SYSTEMS. ALL LOW PRESSURE SYSTEMS OPERATING AT 15 PSIG OR LESS SHALL CONFORM TO ASME B31.9 INSTALL CONDENSATE PIPING AT A MINIMUM GRADE OF 0.4 PERCENT DOWNWARD IN DIRECTION OF CONDENSATE FLOW. INSTALL BRANCH CONNECTION TO MAINS WITH THE BRANCH CONNECTED TO TOP OF MAIN PIPE. PIPING IDENTIFICATION: PROVIDE PIPE IDENTIFICATION CONSISTING OF SETON SNAP-ON PLASTIC SLEEVES OR EQUAL. PIPE INSULATION: ACCEPTABLE INSULATION MANUFACTURERS OF FLEXIBLE ELASTOMERIC INSULATION PRODUCTS INCLUDE ARMSTRONG, HALSTEAD, MANVILLE, RUBATEX, OR SPECIFICALLY APPROVED EQUAL. INSULATION AND ACCESSORIES SHALL HAVE A FLAME SPREAD RATING OF 25 OR LESS AND A SMOKE DEVELOPED RATING OF 50 OR LESS WHEN TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM E84-75, NFPA 225, UL 723, AND FURTHER MUST MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF NFPA 90-A. PROVIDE FIRE-RETADANT CLOSED -CELL SLIP-ON FLEXIBLE TYPE. PRODUCT SHALL HAVE CONTINUOUS OPERATIONAL TEMPERATURE LIMIT OF NOT LESS THAN 220 DEGREES F, AND A MINIMUM "F" VALUE OF ((3.70 DEGREE F/FT/HR)1/2BTUH) PER INCH THICKNESS AT 75 DEGREES F AMBIENT. PIPE REQUIRING INSULATION SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH SUFFICIENT CLEARANCES TO PERMIT PROPER APPLICATION OF INSULATION AND MAINTAIN REQUIRED CLEARANCES. USE ELASTOMERIC PIPING INSULATION FOR THE FOLLOWING SERVICES: 1. BOTH REFRIGERANT AND CONDENSATE LINES SHALL HAVE 3/4" THICK INSULATION OF AS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE ENERGY CODES, WHICH EVER IS MORE ASTRINGENT. JACKET SHALL BE REINFORCED KRAFT PAPER WITH ALUMINUM FOIL. PREMOLDED FITTING MATERIAL (INSERTS) SHALL BE PRECISELY CUT OR MITERED TO FIT AND TAPED TO FORM A FULLY INSULATED PIPE COVERING. USE ADHESIVE AND / OR TAPE SPECIFIED FOR TYPE OF INSULATION TO INSURE A THOROUGH VAPOR BARRIER. PRIOR TO INSULATING AND CONCEALING THE PIPING SYSTEM, APPLY A WATER PRESSURE TEST TO ALL PARTS OF EACH SYSTEM BEFORE EQUIPMENT IS CONNECTED. USE A HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE OF NOT LESS THAN 100 PSIG OR 150 PERCENT OF SYSTEM OPERATING PRESSURE WHICHEVER IS GREATER. TEST SYSTEM FOR A PERIOD NOT LESS THAN FOUR HOURS. THERE SHALL BE NO LEAKS AT ANY POINT IN THE SYSTEM AT THIS PRESSURE. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www,MaccoArchitects,c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 M_ : No. 66689 i �Y- STATE OF Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 I No. Description Date i� I AHERN TOWN HOUSE SPECIFICATIONS - MECHANICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By C L B Checked By B D R M 301 Scale 12" = V-0" 2 NO KEYED NOTES: 1 ROUTE COLD WATER LINE TO METER PROVIDED BY CONTRACTOR. COORDINATE WITH CIVIL FOR EXACT LOCATION AND SIZE. 2 ROUTE SANITARY LINE OUT 5-0" FROM BUILDING AND CONNECT TO CIVIL. COORDINATE WITH CIVIL FOR EXACT LOCATION AND INVERT ELEVATION PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. MARK MACCC N`vA R C H I T E C T S INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904.249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects,c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 �```Np ROS "' ge Flo. 65689 -o. STATE OF MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. ! Description Date 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE PLUMBING SITE PLAN Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By —RLN Checked By CMS P 002 PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION scale 3/32" = 1'-0" P UNDERSLAB PLUMBING PLAN 1/411 = 1'-0'/ KEYED NOTES: 51 1 ROUTE PIPING TO FLOOR DRAIN. PROVIDE DEEP SEAL TRAP. SIZE AS INDICATED. 2 ROUTE PIPING TO OUTLET BOX. SIZE AS INDICATED. 3 ROUTE PIPING TO LAUNDRY TUB. SIZE AS INDICATED. 4 ROUTE SANITARY LINE OUT 6-0" FROM BUILDING AND CONNECT TO CIVIL. COORDINATE WITH CIVIL FOR EXACT LOCATION AND INVERT ELEVATION PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. 5 ROUTE COLD WATER LINE TO METER PROVIDED BY CONTRACTOR. COORDINATE WITH CIVIL FOR EXACT LOCATION AND SIZE. 6 ROUTE PIPING TO CLEANOUT. SIZE AS INDICATED. 7 ROUTE 3/4" CW UP TO WALL HYDRANT. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK MA ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www,MaccoArchitects.c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE UNDERSLAB - GRAVITY 8 PRESSURE - PLUMBING Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By RLN Checked By CMS P 100 Scale 1/4" = 1'-0" Q 00 C> N 1� 1 ST. FLOOR PLAN -GRAVITY _ :EYED NOTES: FE 1 ROUTE PIPING TO LAVATORY. SIZE AS INDICATED. 2 ROUTE PIPING TO SHOWER. SIZE AS INDICATED. 3 ROUTE PIPING TO WATER CLOSET. SIZE AS INDICATED. 4 ROUTE PIPING TO KITCHEN SINK. SIZE AS INDICATED. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION Ilk F ARK L=J A R CHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 ►: r to M 4 770 0 N No. Description Date 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE FIRST FLOOR - GRAVITY - PLUMBING Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By R L N Checked By CMS p 101 Scale 1/4" = 1'-0" ►: r to M 4 770 0 N 1 1 ST. FLOOR PLAN - PRESSURE OTES: 'ROVIDE SHUT OFF VALVE ON BYPASS. 'ROVIDE SHUT OFF VALVE IN VALVE BOX ON RISER. ;OUTS T&P VALVE TO FUNNELED FLOOR DRAIN. TERMINATE ✓ITH 900 TURNDOWN AND MINIMUM 1" AIR GAP. ;OUTE PIPING TO KITCHEN SINK. SIZE AS INDICATED. ROVIDE AUTOMATIC TRAP PRIMER. BASIS OF DESIGN: PPP -1 AND PPP P-2, PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK MACCO A R C H I T E C T INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: InfoMMaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects,c 1650 Prudential Drive Suite 200 ti Jacksonville, Florida 32207 s N Phone: 904-306-9111 E N 6 1 N E E R I N 6 Fax: 904-306-9117 FOR ARCHITECTURE „_,�- tIC—enoineet" .;--n-! .-TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc. COA 15 TLC NO: TLC NO Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 xv g No. 65689 e ► STP"TE F *? MARIA MACCO, AIA N CAR B FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 1 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE FIRST FLOOR - PRESSURE - PLUMBING Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By RLN Checked By CMS P 102 Scale 1/4" = 1'-0" 10 Z 00 r oo T11 - 0 N cfl 2ND FLOOR PLAN - GRAVITY 1/4" = 1 '-0" KEYED NOTES: 1 ROUTE PIPING TO LAVATORY. SIZE AS INDICATED. 2 ROUTE PIPING TO BATHTUB. SIZE AS INDICATED. 3 ROUTE PIPING TO WATER CLOSET. SIZE AS INDICATED. 4 PROVIDE AIR ADMITTANCE VALVE FOR KITCHEN SINK AS REQUIRED. BASIS OF DESIGN: STUDOR MINI -VENT AAV OR EQUIVALENT. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK M R C H ITET INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects,c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 • No.65689 . • � s ,®�, STATE OF 40 Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 2 OWNER CHANGES 112/04/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE 2ND FLOOR - GRAVITY - PLUMBING Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By R L N Checked By CMS P 103 Scale 1/4" = 1'-0" T_ r r r 0 O N 1/2" 1 /2" _�. _.x��__ _.............. �,. . 77 7-77=7 - a UN! 4 UM nki 77 ...3 ... __ 2# F0 R"- —I 0 -1 K MASTER BED 2.03 SF 1 1/2' u I 00 SF 1/2" HW, DN 1/2" CW, DN � 2ND FLOOR PLAN -PRESSURE KEYED NOTES: 1 ROUTE PIPING TO BATHTUB. SIZE AS INDICATED. 2 ROUTE PIPING TO WATER CLOSET. SIZE AS INDICATED. 3 ROUTE PIPING TO LAVATORY. SIZE AS INDICATED. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK MACCC E TS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904.249 -ARCH (2724) www,MaccoArchitects.c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 �T R Nay. 65689 2 t .e'; STATE OF ° s s 4+4' RIQo �#' Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 2 1 OWNER CHANGES 12/04/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE 2ND FLOOR - PRESSURE - PLUMBING Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By R L N Checked By CMS P 10 Scale 1/4" = 1'-0" N r r r co r 0 N X. 10 3RD FLOOR PLAN - GRAVITY AND PRESSURE 1/411 = 1'-0" KEYED NOTES- 1 ROUTE 3" V UP TO 3" VTR. FLASH AND COUNTERFLASH ROOF PENETRATION WEATHER TIGHT. CONTRACTOR SHALL ENSURE ROOF PENETRATION IS 10'-0" FROM ANY OUTSIDE AIR INTAKE. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www,MaccoArchitects.c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 1 COORDINATION 11/22/17 2 OWNER CHANGES 12/04/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE 3RD FLOOR - GRAVITY 8 PRESSURE - PLUMBING Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By R L N Checked By CMS P 105 Scale 1/4" = 1°-0" ►:04 0 0 T- o N 0 ID R T �o O N 06 CL w c m �N Of E a o�. s a J 1/2"- 1/2"- 1/2"1/2"- 1/2"- 1/2" 1/2" 3/4" --\ '40� r 1„ 1" j�3/4" „ 1/2"� �cu1 1 L 1 1/2" 1/2" 3l4" HW/CW 1 /2" BT 1 1/2" 1/2" 1/2" >/ u H-1 L-2 W 1 1/2" 1/2" 1/2" 3/4" � 1/2 1/2 1/2" „ WC 1 e WH -1 1/2" 3/4" 1/2 1/2" 3/4°' � 2ND FLOOR PLAN - PRESSURE RISER �a e 1/2" 1/2" "1 /2" 3/4" -1/2" „ 1/2" 1/2" L 4 WC 1 1/2"1/2" D 1/2" BT -1 BT -1 1/2" 3/ 1/2 1/2" X1/2" 1/2" L 1DIP1 1/2„ 1 /4 L-4 1 /2" B-2 1/2 1 /2' 0 -1/2 „ L-4 3/4" 1/2" 1/2" ' ul 3/4" WC -1 L2 1/2' L 4 1 1/4" 3/4" WH -1 ,t 1/2„ 1/2„ 1/2' �, 3/4" 01 3/4" W 1 1 1/4"„ 1/2" 1 /2 1/2" u B 2 1/2"--//), 1 /2„ 1 /2 „ L-4 1 /2” LT 1 WS -1 1 ' 1 1/4" WC -1 � 1/2„ o � 1/2" 1 /2" 1 „� ' 3/4" X1/2" 1 1/4" WC 1 o SH -1 1 /2" 1/2" OB -2 WH -1 11/4" WS -1 2ND FLOOR PLAN - PRESSURE RISER �a e 1/2" 1/2" "1 /2" 3/4" -1/2" „ 1/2" 1/2" L 4 WC 1 1/2"1/2" D 1/2" BT -1 BT -1 1/2" 3/ 1/2 1/2" X1/2" 1 1/4" -3/4„ 1„ -3/4" 1 1/4 WH -1 f \ 1 1/2 X1/2" �- 1/2" �' � I , WS -1 1/2" BT -1 -1/2" 1/2„ L�. 1/2" t� 1/2" , l �3/4" 1/2"l L1/2"1/2" 110 1 �- 1/2„ WC 1 1/2" 4: 1/2" 3/4" '� 1/2" a L-1 WH -1 ®\ 112"-U 1 1/2 , ' 1/2" 1/2" 314" 0 H 1 3/4„ 1 /2 WS -1 " ' u L-1 u WH -11/2„ 1 1/4" L-1 WH -1 1 1/4"' 1/2"1 1 /2" 1/2" L- X1/2„ 3/4„ �1/2" L-1 j L-1 1/2" WH 1 3" VTR � 2" I 2" 2" 2„ 2" \ 3„ VTR 2„_�I 2„ II I C-1 I 2 � I ` � �i 1i�2„ I —3„ I 2„ II I L-1 > II 2„ 2 � SH -1 ' \ 3” VTR I 3"—� 3 3„ W 1 I „ 3„ VTR 2„ 2„ II/ 2" ILT 3" i o 11l0 1-4 II II 2„�3„ 2„mfr II II WC 1 2„ 4 LT -1 II �I2„ 2„ �2„ II 2° „ B 2 II �I I 2 I�® WC 1 3„J 3„ II JI' WC 1 Ilh 2„ L-4 L-4 I 112„-1 i BT 1 � 4” - 2 3„ I O S 1 3„ 3„ FD 1 3„ VTR 2 2” I BT 1 II ® III _3„ 3„ � � 2 �� 2„ 3-1-4q/3' II 2„ 4„ II 2„ WC 1 „ 2„ WC 2„�I 1 L-4 3 3' WC 1 3” 2" OB 2 I '� WC 1 III I�2„ S 1 \\ 2 3„LT-iL 4 I� ' L 4 II II 2„meq 0B-1 2„ FD -1 II� BT 1 2” I� 3 C 3„ VTR 3" 2 S 1 II II -2„ 2" II 3 „ I I� L-2 II�2„ 3„ LT 1 II OB -2 2„�II o II II LT -1\ 4” L 4 L 4 2„� 3„ FD 1 3„ 2„ 2„ II 2„ BT 1 B 2 OB 1 2"-/1I 2" I Y- II II FD -1 � \ 2„ 3” � \ � � II �� WC1 S1 II % 0 3„ � � 2„ WC -1 2„ 2 3„ II 3„ L-2 o II 'w „4 � LT 1 FD 1 2 �� _ � 3„ 2 2” 2„ II WC -1 I'� 3„ I � SH -1 3„ II II II 3„ ® L 1 _4„ 2„ 2„ 2„ 3RD FLOOR PLAN - GRAVITY RISER PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects,c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 ,. E6689 GAT�s•� -gam S E 'OF rr IOo /` irrf3Yi/�Y Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 . Description Date No. COORDINATION 11/22/17 2 OWNER CHANGES 12/04/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE PRESSURE - RISER - PLUMBING Project Number $16010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By R L N Checked By CMS P 201 Scale 5 1F C) 00 0 N 1/2" 1/2„ r1/2" ,1/2" BT 1 1 /2" B-2 1/2 1 1/4" -3/4„ 1„ -3/4" 1 1/4 WH -1 f \ 1 1/2 X1/2" �- 1/2" �' � I , WS -1 1/2" BT -1 -1/2" 1/2„ L�. 1/2" t� 1/2" , l �3/4" 1/2"l L1/2"1/2" 110 1 �- 1/2„ WC 1 1/2" 4: 1/2" 3/4" '� 1/2" a L-1 WH -1 ®\ 112"-U 1 1/2 , ' 1/2" 1/2" 314" 0 H 1 3/4„ 1 /2 WS -1 " ' u L-1 u WH -11/2„ 1 1/4" L-1 WH -1 1 1/4"' 1/2"1 1 /2" 1/2" L- X1/2„ 3/4„ �1/2" L-1 j L-1 1/2" WH 1 3" VTR � 2" I 2" 2" 2„ 2" \ 3„ VTR 2„_�I 2„ II I C-1 I 2 � I ` � �i 1i�2„ I —3„ I 2„ II I L-1 > II 2„ 2 � SH -1 ' \ 3” VTR I 3"—� 3 3„ W 1 I „ 3„ VTR 2„ 2„ II/ 2" ILT 3" i o 11l0 1-4 II II 2„�3„ 2„mfr II II WC 1 2„ 4 LT -1 II �I2„ 2„ �2„ II 2° „ B 2 II �I I 2 I�® WC 1 3„J 3„ II JI' WC 1 Ilh 2„ L-4 L-4 I 112„-1 i BT 1 � 4” - 2 3„ I O S 1 3„ 3„ FD 1 3„ VTR 2 2” I BT 1 II ® III _3„ 3„ � � 2 �� 2„ 3-1-4q/3' II 2„ 4„ II 2„ WC 1 „ 2„ WC 2„�I 1 L-4 3 3' WC 1 3” 2" OB 2 I '� WC 1 III I�2„ S 1 \\ 2 3„LT-iL 4 I� ' L 4 II II 2„meq 0B-1 2„ FD -1 II� BT 1 2” I� 3 C 3„ VTR 3" 2 S 1 II II -2„ 2" II 3 „ I I� L-2 II�2„ 3„ LT 1 II OB -2 2„�II o II II LT -1\ 4” L 4 L 4 2„� 3„ FD 1 3„ 2„ 2„ II 2„ BT 1 B 2 OB 1 2"-/1I 2" I Y- II II FD -1 � \ 2„ 3” � \ � � II �� WC1 S1 II % 0 3„ � � 2„ WC -1 2„ 2 3„ II 3„ L-2 o II 'w „4 � LT 1 FD 1 2 �� _ � 3„ 2 2” 2„ II WC -1 I'� 3„ I � SH -1 3„ II II II 3„ ® L 1 _4„ 2„ 2„ 2„ 3RD FLOOR PLAN - GRAVITY RISER PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects,c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 ,. E6689 GAT�s•� -gam S E 'OF rr IOo /` irrf3Yi/�Y Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 . Description Date No. COORDINATION 11/22/17 2 OWNER CHANGES 12/04/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE PRESSURE - RISER - PLUMBING Project Number $16010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By R L N Checked By CMS P 201 Scale 5 1F C) 00 0 N - ----- ------ - -- --- I SINK FINISH WALL 3"x4" PIPE INCREASER. INSTALL TOP OF HUB 1"ABOVE FINISH FLOOR (FOR AIR ADMITTANCE VALVE RECEIVING CONDENSATE ONLY). CABINET FINISHED FLOOR i i INSECT SCREEN ° FINISHED FLOOR SANITARY TEE I 1" P -TRAP 3" SANITARY PROVIDE DEEP SEAL P -TRAP ONLY IF CONNECTED TO SANITARY SEWER NOTE INSTALLATION SHALL COMPLY WITH I LOCAL CODE REQUIREMENTS. i i I HUB DRAIN ISLAND SINK DRAIN No Scale 1-� No Scale j I I DUAL CHECK BACKFLOW PREVENTER W� SOFT WATER SCORIATED CLEANOUT COVER ._. HARD WATER (ZURN - Z-1406) CD 18"x18"x4"THICK NORMALLY CLOSED BYPASS CONCRETE COLLAR IN AREAS W/NO SLAB VALVE DRIVE ASSEMBLY CLEANOUT PLUG °a RESIN TANK COMBINATION WYE BRINE TANK & 1/8TH BEND BRINE TANK OVERFLOW 4" HOUSEKEEPING PAD L4 d d 4 7PIPEBACKWASH I i LINE & BRINE TANK OVERFLOW TO NEAREST FLOOR DRAIN i i EXTERIOR CLEANOUT WATER SOFTENER No Scale No Scale SHUT-OFF BALL VALVE (TYP) i I CW SUPPLY THERMOMETER TO FIXTURES HW (110°F) TO FIXTURES VACUUM RELIEF VALVE �11 6 i EXPANSION TANK, AMTROL SHUT-OFF VALVE ST -5 (OR APPROVED EQUAL) i WITH VALVE BOX 1 LO �I PIPE HANGER T (SEE SPECS.) 1 UNIT WATER MAIN FROM RISER IN WALL U GALVANIZED SHEETMETAL ' PIPE SADDLE W/FLARED ENDS I T & P RELIEF VALVE ELECTRIC WATER HEATER (SEE SCHEDULE) Eck - FULL SIZE OF RELIEF VALVE I DRAIN PAN INSULATED PIPE 1'-0" DRAIN VALVE 4" HOUSEKEEPING PADFLOOR DRAIN W/ FUNNEL OR HUB DRAIN d% TYPICAL UNIT WATER HEATER CLOSET DETAIL INSULATED Scale PIPE HANGER No ScaleNo i — PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK M A R C H I T E C T S INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitects.c Benjamin D. Roseborough, P.E. Florida License # 65689 COEN N0.65689 STATE. OF g bA ♦®♦A-- O 1®�♦♦♦ we I ♦ Fxk- ♦ i MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date AHERN T OWN HOUSE DETAILS - PLUMBING Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By R L N Checked By CMS P 202 Scale 12" = 1'-0" ►: LO CD r co r O N ID PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitectsrc Ryan D. Fryman, P.E. Florida License # 55472 N 5472 g E OF "'a)ef9itTi f Y nrrrfePrr::r\• Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date i AHERN TOWN HOUSE LEGEND, ABBREV. 8 INDEX - ELECTRICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By MAR Checked By R D F E 001 Scale 12" = 1'-0" ELECTRICAL SYMBOL LEGEND GENERAL NOTES: BASIC MATERIALS BASIC MATERIALS CONT. FIRE ALARM/DETECTION SYSTEM 1. LIGHT SWITCHES SHALL BE MOUNTED 48 INCHES ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR TO CENTER LINE OF DEVICE, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION 2. RECEPTACLES SHALL BE LOCATED 18 INCHES ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR TO CENTER LINE OF DEVICE, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. ABOVE COUNTER RECEPTACLES SHALL BE MOUNTED 6" TRANSFORMERMANUAL PULL STATION Sa SINGLE POLE SWITCH ABOVE BACK SPLASH TO CENTERLINE OF DEVICE. (SUBSCRIPT INDICATES ITEM CONTROLLED) AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH CEILING SMOKE DETECTOR, PHOTO -ELECTRIC 3. EQUIPMENT SHALL BE OF MATERIALS SUITABLE FOR AND RATED FOR THE ENVIRONMENT IN TYPE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED WHICH THEY ARE TO BE INSTALLED. S3 THREE-WAY SWITCH 30AR NON-FUSED DISCONNECT SWITCH, SIZE AS NOTED E = ELEVATOR WITH RECALL CONTACTS 4. WORKING CLEARANCES FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH NEC 110. S 4 FOUR-WAY SWITCH ___ �1 NF NF DENOTES NON-FUSED I = IONIZATION S =SINGLE STATION -120V. WITH BATTERY BACKUP30AR LE FUSED DISCONNECT 5. THE EXCLUSIVELY DEDICATED SPACE EXTENDING FROM FLOOR TO STRUCTURAL CEILING WITH SWP SINGLE POLE SWITCH WITH WEATHERPROOF COVER 20AF DUCT SMOKE DETECTOR A WIDTH AND DEPTH OF THE PANELBOARD OR SWITCHBOARD MUST BE CLEAR OF ALL PIPING, AR DENOTES AMP RATING OF SWITCH DUCTS, EQUIPMENT FOREIGN TO THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT OR ARCHITECTURAL SWPL SINGLE POLE SWITCH WITH WEATHERPROOF LOCKING COVER AF DENOTES AMP FUSE SIZE R = RETURN APPURTENANCES IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEC 408. SOSab WALL MOUNTED DUAL TECHNOLOGY OCCUPANCY SENSOR SWITCH, MCP SIZE �# OF POLES S =SUPPLY 6. WHEN ELECTRICAL BOXES ARE LOCATED IN VERTICAL FIRE RESISTIVE ASSEMBLIES, (CLASSIFIED AS PARTITIONS), THEY SHALL BE INSTALLED WITHOUT AFFECTING THE FIRE DUAL RELAY `3013 ® CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR FIRE/SMOKE AND SMOKE WALL MOUNTED DUAL TECHNOLOGY OCCUPANCY SENSOR qz_3R COMBINATION MAGNETIC MOTOR STARTER, SIZE AS NOTED CLASSIFICATION. ALL OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS SHALL BE MET: S OS SWITCH 0 3 POLE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED A. ALL ELECTRICAL BOXES SHALL BE METALLIC. SK SINGLE POLE KEY SWITCH ENCLOSURE NEMA 1 UNLESS NOTED NEMA STARTER SIZE B. BOX OPENING SHALL OCCUR ONLY ON ONE SIDE OF FRAMING SPACE. VOICE AND DATA SYSTEMA DAYLIGHT SENSOR CEILING MOUNTED C. BOX OPENING SHALL NOT EXCEED 16 SQUARE INCHES. BRANCH CIRCUIT PANELBOARD, UNDER 250 VOLTS, SURFACE MOUNTED DS DAYLIGHT SENSOR WALL MOUNTED VOICE/DATA OUTLET BACK BOX WITH V CONDUIT STUBBED UP AND D. ALL CLEARANCES BETWEEN OUTLET BOX AND GYPSUM BOARD SHALL BE COMPLETELY T�— BRANCH CIRCUIT PANELBOARD, UNDER 250 VOLTS, FLUSH INTO NEAREST ACCESSIBLE CEILING; PROVIDE IINITH NYLON PULL FILLED WITH JOINT COMPOUND (OR OTHER APPROVED MATERIAL). Q WALL MOUNTED OCCUPANCY SENSOR MOUNTED � STRING &SMOOTH BUSHING E. PROVIDE A WALL AROUND OUTLETS LARGER THAN 16 SQUARE INCHES. THE INTEGRITY OF CEILING MOUNTED OCCUPACY SENSOR BRANCH CIRCUIT PANELBOARD, OVER 250 VOLTS, SURFACE MOUNTED C = ABOVE THE COUNTER THE WALL RATING SHALL BE MAINTAINED. SL SINGLE POLE SWITCH WITH SECURITY LOCKING KEY BRANCH CIRCUIT PANELBOARD, OVER 250 VOLTS, FLUSH MOUNTED W TELEPHONE OUTLET BACK BOX WITH 1" CONDUIT STUBBED UP AND F. THE TOTAL AGGREGATE SURFACE AREA OF THE BOXES SHALL NOT EXCEED 100 SQUARE INTO NEAREST ACCESSIBLE CEILING; PROVIDE WITH NYLON PULL INCHES PER 100 SQUARE FEET. SLV LOW VOLTAGE SWITCH BRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUIT CONCEALED ABOVE STRING & SMOOTH BUSHING G. OUTLET BOXES LOCATED ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF FIRE RESISTIVE ASSEMBLIES SHALL BE CEILING OR IN WALL. CONDUIT SHALL INCLUDE PHASE, NEUTRAL AND GROUND CONDUCTORS W = WALL MOUNTED AT 48 AFF SEPARATED BY A MINIMUM HORIZONTAL DISTANCE OF 24 INCHES. SF FAN SWITCH AS REQUIRED FOR CIRCUITS (UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED). 3/4" THICK X THIGH PLYWOOD TELEPHONE TERMINAL BOARD H. OUTLET BOXES SHALL BE SECURELY FASTENED TO WALL FRAMING MEMBERS. S M MANUAL MOTOR STARTER WITH OVERLOAD HEATERS - /\ BRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUIT CONCEALED IN SLAB, TTB �'� MOUNTED 6" AFF; PAINTED WITH GRAY FIRE-RESISTANT PAINT; I. THE OPENING IN THE GYPSUM BOARD FACING SHALL BE CUT NOT TO EXCEED 1/8 INCH SMP MANUAL MOTOR STARTER WITH OVERLOAD HEATERS AND PILOT LIGHT UNDERGROUND OR UNDER FLOOR. WIDTH AS SHOWN ON FLOOR PLAN BETWEEN THE EDGES OF THE OUTLET BOX AND THE EDGES OF THE OPENING. SD DIMMER SWITCH OTHERWISE INDICATED) BRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUIT EXPOSED 7. ALL DEVICES SHALL BE MOUNTED VERTICAL, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. AU D I ONI D EO SYSTEM (1500 WATTS UNLESS IF— GROUND OR GROUND ROD AS NOTED 8. ALL RECEPTACLES SHALL BE MOUNTED SUCH THAT THE GROUND PIN IS MOUNTED DOWN. DUPLEX RECEPTACLE TELEVISION SIGNAL WALL OUTLET - MOUNTED A17-00" ABOVE 9 ALL WIRE SHALL BE SIZED AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS. IF NO SIZE IS SHOWN, H = HOSPITAL GRADE �- EQ EQUIPMENT BRANCH CONDUIT FINISHED FLOOR. ADJACENT TO DUPLEX RECEPl'ACLE BY ELECTRICAL THAN WIRE SHALL BE #12 AWG, EXCEPT THAT BRANCH HOME -RUNS OVER 100' IN TV = TV RECEPTACLE MOUNTED ADJACENT TO TV OUTLET INSTALLER LENGTH SHALL BE #10 AWG FOR 120/208 VOLT CIRCUITS, AND HOME -RUNS OVER 200' T= TAMPERPROOF —oUP CONDUIT TURNING UP SD SATELLITE DISH IN LENGTH SHALL BE #10 AWG FOR 277/480 VOLT CIRCUITS. IG =ISOLATED GROUND —� CONDUIT TURNING DOWNQ CEILING MOUNTED SPEAKER; X = ZONE TO BE CCNTROLLED 10. CONNECTIONS TO TRANSFORMERS, AHU'S, AND PUMPS SHALL BE WITH LIGUIDTIGHT, FLEXIBLE B- SINGLE RECEPTACLE DN X METAL CONDUIT. PEDESTAL MOUNTED RECEPTACLE _JVC CONDUIT STUB VOLUME CONTROL. PROVIDE 3/4" CONDUIT STUEI-UP ABOVE CEILING AND SINGLE STANDARD ELECTRICAL BOX AT 48" ABOVE FINISHED 11. PROVIDE POLYOLEFIN JET -LINE #232 IN EACH EMPTY CONDUIT WITH ENGRAVED METAL TAG INDICATING CONDUIT DESIGNATION. ® FLOOR OUTLET BOX AND DUPLEX RECEPTACLE CONDUIT CONTINUED FLOOR 12. ALL CONDUCTORS IN CABINETS MUST BE CAREFULLY FORMED AND HARNESSED SO THAT EACH WITH APPROPRIATE FLANGE. MASTER VOLUME CONTROL. PROVIDE 3/4" CONDUIT STUB -UP ABOVE CONDUCTOR DROPS OFF DIRECTLY OPPOSITE TO TERMINAL. FLEXIBLE CONDUIT MC X CEILING AND SINGLE STANDARD ELECTRICAL BOX AT 48" ABOVE FLOOR OUTLET BOX WITH TWO DUPLEX RECEPTACLES TO BE REMOVED FINISHED FLOOR; X = ZONE TO BE CONTROLLED 13. MINIMUM RACEWAY SIZE SHALL BE 3/4". AND ONE COMBINATION W/ VOICE/DATA OUTLET — — — EXISTING © DUAL RCA JACKS FOR MP3 CONNECTION 14. PROVIDE PANEL -CIRCUIT IDENTIFICATION ON INSIDE OF LIGHT SWITCH DUPLEX RECEPTACLE WITH EXISTING TO REMAIN FACEPLATES, RECEPTACLE FACEPLATES AND JUNCTION BOX COVERS. EACH HALF ON SEPARATE CIRCUIT 15. NO PVC CONDUIT MAY BE USED INSIDE OF BUILDING. (BREAKER SHALL BE TWO POLE WITH COMMON TRIP) � EXISTING AFFECTED BY THIS PROJECT 16. ALL NEW AND EXISTING PANELS AFFECTED BY THIS PROJECT SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH A NEW DUPLEX RECEPTACLE MOUNTED ABOVE COUNTER — — — — — FUTURE TYPE WRITTEN DIRECTORY. DUPLEX SAFETY RECEPTACLE MOUNT NEW COVERPLATES WITH SPANNER HEAD SCREWS DUPLEX RECEPTACLE WITH TOP HALF SWITCHED SIMPLEX RECEPTACLE (EWC DENOTES ELECTRIC WATER COOLER. COORDINATE WITH EWC ELECTRICAL DRAWING INDEX EWC INSTALLER FOR MOUNTING HEIGHT) ff #GFI RECEPTACLE. WP DENOTES WEATHERPROOF "IN -USE" COVER. LI G HTI N G SHEET DESCRIPTION ISSUED WP E 001 LEGEND, ABBREV. & INDEX - ELECTRICAL Yes GFI RECEPTACLE MOUNTED ABOVE COUNTER E 002 SPECIFICATIONS - ELECTRICAL Yes H--0-1 FLUORESCENT STRIP FIXTURE TWO DUPLEX RECEPTACLES WITH COMMON COVER E 100 ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN Yes A FIXTURE DESIGNATION E 101 1 ST FLOOR PLAN - ELECTRICAL Yes TWO DUPLEX RECEPTACLES WITH COMMON COVER FLUORESCENT FIXTURE E 102 2ND FLOOR PLAN - ELECTRICAL Yes MOUNTED ABOVE COUNTER 2 E 103 3RD FLOOR PLAN -ELECTRICAL Yes ISOLATED GROUND DUPLEX RECEPTACLE, a _�--LOWER CASE LETTER INDICATES E 201 POWER RISER DIAGRAM AND SCHEDULES Yes IG (ORANGE DEVICE) CONTROL CIRCUIT SWITCH LEG CIRCUIT NUMBER DUPLEX RECEPTACLE FLUORESCENT FIXTURE DIAGONAL SHADING DENOTES LIGHT FIXTURE CONNECTED TO EMERGENCY CIRCUIT OR WITH BATTERY NOTE: PACK TICK MARKS SHOWN ON ANY DEVICE REPRESENTS RECEPTACLE CONNECTED TO THE EMERGENCY CIRCUIT (RED DEVICE) TYPICAL FOR ANY DEVICE IN LEGEND FLUORESCENT WALL MOUNTED FIXTURE WITH WALL OUTLET BOX CLOCK RECEPTACLE HID, FLUORESCENT, OR LED FIXTURE SPECIAL PURPOSE RECEPTACLE, RATING AS NOTED FLUORESCENT, OR LED WALL WASHER. PHOTOCELL, MOUNTED ON ROOF FACING NORTH 77 GROUND BAR ® EXIT LIGHT FIXTURE, DIRECTION ARROWS AS SHOWN (SHADED QUADRANT INDICATES FACE(S) OF FIXTURE) PLUG-IN STRIP WITH RECEPTACLES, 18" O.C. UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED �0 WALL MOUNTED EXIT LIGHT FIXTURE (J� �JO JUNCTION BOX WALL MOUNTED ET o-0 fl EXTERIOR LIGHT FIXTURE WITH ARMS AS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS JUNCTION BOX CEILING MOUNTED TRACK WITH TRACK LIGHT FIXTURE 113 CONDUIT SEAL -OFF FITTINGS (TRIANGLES INDICATE QUANTITY OF LIGHT FIXTURES) In SURGE SUPRESSOR BATTERY PACK WITH TWIN HEADS C3 C3 = SERVICE ENTRANCE DEVICE B3 = DISTRIBUTION BOARD DEVICE A3 = PANELBOARD DEVICE ST SHUNT -TRIP BUTTON - FLUSH MOUNTED UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED NEMA 3R FOR EXTERIOR LOCATIONS MOTOR CONNECTION SPECIAL LIGHTING NOTES: MD MOTORIZED DAMPER CONNECTION 1. ALL LIGHTING CIRCUITS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH A DEDICATED NEUTRAL. I [VF`0 VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE FDO -0 DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL PANEL NOTE: SOME SYMBOLS SHOWN ON THIS LEGEND MAY NOT PERTAIN TO THIS PROJECT. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www.MaccoArchitectsrc Ryan D. Fryman, P.E. Florida License # 55472 N 5472 g E OF "'a)ef9itTi f Y nrrrfePrr::r\• Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date i AHERN TOWN HOUSE LEGEND, ABBREV. 8 INDEX - ELECTRICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By MAR Checked By R D F E 001 Scale 12" = 1'-0" ID GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. BOXES: OUTLET, PULL AND JUNCTION BOXES. PULL AND JUNCTION BOXES LIGHTING FIXTURES: FIXTURES SHALL BE AS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS. SHALL HAVE SCREW FASTENED COVERS, EACH BOX SHALL HAVE SUFFICIENT ALTERNATE FIXTURES OF SIMILAR DESIGN, EQUIVALENT LIGHT DISTRIBUTION CONFORMANCE TO CODES: ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION SHALL CONFORM TO VOLUME TO ACCOMMODATE THE NUMBER OF CONDUCTOR ENTERING THE BOX AND BRIGHTNESS CHARACTERISTICS AND HAVING EQUAL FINISH AND QUALITY LATEST APPLICABLE RULES OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE, NFPA 70; IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE N.E.C. BOXES SHALL BE MAY BE SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER FOR REVIEW NO LATER THAN TEN DAYS ALL ORDINANCES OF THE LOCAL CITY OR COUNTY AND THE REQUIREMENTS NOT LESS THAN 11/2" DEEP UNLESS SHALLOWER BOXES AR =_ REQUIRED BY PRIOR TO BID, OF THE STATE. STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS AND ARE SPECIFICALLY APPROVED. CEILING AND LAMP BRACKET OUTLET BOXES SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 4 INCH OCTAGONAL. INSTALLATION: TYPE OF SERVICE: SERVICE TO BUILDINGS SHALL BE UNDERGROUND TO SWITCH AND RECEPTACLE BOXES SHALL BE STANDARD 2 INCH X 4 INCH, MANUFACTURER BUILDING AS INDICATED ON PLANS. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE BOXES USED WITH RACEWAYS SHALL BE STEEL AND BOXES USED WITH CABLE GENERAL: ALL CABLE SHALL BE CONCEALED ABOVE FINISHED CEILING OR IN FOR COORDINATING SERVICE REQUIREMENTS AND LOCATIONS WITH THE MAY BE PVC TYPE. WALLS. WHERE WIRING IS EXPOSED, METAL RACEWAYS SHALL BE REQUIRED. LOCAL UTILITY COMPANY. A HORIZONTAL DOWNLIGHT, WHITE TRIM AND BAFFLE HE Williams RECEPTACLES CONDUIT TUBING AND PVC SYSTEM: CONDUIT, TUBING AND PVC SHALL BE STANDARDS: ELECTRICAL MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT SHALL BE NEW AND 1 INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE N.E.C. MINIMUM SIZE OF CONDUIT AND BEAR THE UL LABEL. COPPER WIRING SHALL BE USED. ALUMINUM WIRING DUPLEX RECEPTACLES: SHALL BE RATED 20 AMPERES, 125 VOLTS, 2 POLE, TUBING SHALL BE 112 INCH. RACEWAYS SHALL BE CONCEALED WITHIN SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTABLE. 3 WIRE GROUNDING TYPE WITH POLARIZED PARALLEL STOPS, TYPE D SERIES. FINISHED WALLS, CEILINGS AND FLOORS WHERE POSSIBLE AND SHALL BE KEPT 120 V BODIES SHALL BE OF WHITE THERMOSETTING COMPOUND SiJPPORTED BY 6 INCHES AWAY FROM PARALLEL RUNS OF HOT WATER PIPES. RACEWAYS STANDARD PRODUCTS: MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT FURNISHED UNDER THIS MOUNTING YOKE HAVING PLASTER EARS. RECEPTACLES HAVING SCREW SHALL BE SUPPORTED AT INTERVALS OF NOT MORE THAN 8 FEET AND SHALL SPECIFICATION SHALL BE STANDARD PRODUCTS OF MANUFACTURERS TERMINALS SHALL BE SIDE OR BACK WIRED WITH 2 SCREWS PRE TERMINAL. HAVE RUNS INSTALLED PARALLEL OR PERPENDICULAR TO WALLS, STRUCTURAL REGULARLY ENGAGED IN THE PRODUCTION OF SUCH EQUIPMENT AND SHALL SCREWLESS TYPE TERMINALS SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED. RECEPTACLES SHALL MEMBERS OR INTERSECTIONS OF VERTICAL PLANES AND CEILINGS. FIELD MADE BE THE MANUFACTURERS LATEST STANDARD DESIGN THAT COMPLIES WITH BE CAPABLE OF RECEIVING 2 WIRE PARALLEL BLADED CAPS OR 3 POLE CAPS. BENDS AND OFFSETS SHALL BE AVOIDED WHERE POSSIBLE, BUT WHERE NECESSARY SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS. THE THIRD GROUNDING POLE SHALL BE CONNECTED TO MEl'AL MOUNTING SHALL BE MADE WITH AN APPROVED HICKEY OR CONDUIT BENDING MACHINE. YOKE. MOUNTING STRAP OF RECEPTACLE SHALL BE WRAP AROUND TYPE, SO CHANGES IN DIRECTION OF RUNS SHALL BE MADE WITH SYMMETRICAL BENDS SCOPE OF WORK: CONSTRUCTED THAT STRAP WILL NOT SEPARATE FROM ENDS OF BODY OR OR CAST METAL FITTINGS. CRUSHED OR DEFORMED RACEWAYS SHALL NOT BE BE BENT AWAY DUE TO WIRING PRESSURES. INSTALLED. CARE SHALL BE TAKEN TO PREVENT THE LODGMENT OF PLASTER, THE SCOPE OF WORK SHALL INCLUDE PROVIDING A COMPLETE ELECTRICAL 79435BLE 1162 DIRT, WATER OR TRASH IN RACEWAYS, BOXES, FITTINGS AND EQUIPMENT DURING SYSTEM WITHIN THE BUILDING, BUILDING SERVICE ENTRANCE, SITE RANGE RECEPTACLES: SHALL BE SURFACE MOUNTED 50 AMPERE, 3 POLE, 4 THE COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION. THREADLESS FITTINGS FOR ELECTRIC METALLIC DISTRIBUTION AND AREA LIGHTING. WIRE, 125/250 VOLT, WITH STAINLESS STEEL COVER (NEMA 14-50R). TUBING SHALL BE OF A TYPE APPROVED FOR THE CONDITIONS ENCOUNTERED. LIGHTING THOSE INSTALLED IN WET LOCATIONS OR EXPOSED TO WEATHER SHALL BE RAIN SHOP DRAWINGS: SWITCHES: BRANCH CIRCUIT WALL SWITCHES SHALL BE RATED AC ONLY, TIGHT. WOOD PLUGS INSERTED IN CONCRETE OR MASONRY ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE QUIET TYPE, 15 AMPERES,125 VOLTS AND SHALL BE TOTALLti' ENCLOSED AS A BASE FOR RACEWAY FASTENINGS. AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE AFTER NOTICE TO PROCEED AND BEFORE THE TOGGLE TYPE WITH THERMOSETTING PLASTIC COMPOUND BODIES. TOGGLE COMMENCEMENT OF INSTALLATION OF MATERIAL OR EQUIPMENT, THE SWITCHES SHALL BE SIDE OR BACK WIRED. TOGGLE LEVERS SHALL BE WHITE CONDUCTORS: CONDUCTORS SHALL BE COPPER UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT TO THE ARCHITECT FOR APPROVAL, A COMPLETE IN COLOR OR AS DIRECTED BY THE ARCHITECT. ON DRAWINGS. CONDUCTOR SIZES SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN THOSE INDICATED. LIST OF FIXTURES, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT TO BE INCORPORATED IN LIGHTING BRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUCTORS SHALL NOT BE SMALLER THAN NO. 12. THE WORK. LIST SHALL INCLUDE CATALOG NUMBERS, CUT SHEETS, DIAGRAMS DEVICE PLATES: ONE PIECE TYPE DEVICE PLATES SHALL BE PROVIDED FOR AND OTHER SUCH DATA AS MAY BE REQUIRED BY THE ARCHITECT. NO ALL OUTLETS. PLATES ON UNFINISHED WALLS OR ON FITTINGS SHALL BE CONNECTORS AND TERMINALS: ALL CONNECTORS AND TERMINALS SHALL BE UL CONSIDERATION SHALL BE GIVEN TO PARTIAL LISTS, SUBMITTED FROM ZINC COATED CAST METAL HAVING ROUNDED OR BEVELED EDGES. PLATES ON LISTED AND SHALL BE APPLIED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE N.E.C. TIME TO TIME. APPROVAL OF MATERIALS WILL BE BASED ON MANUFACTURERS FINISHED WALLS SHALL BE OF WHITE PHENOLIC COMPOUND. SCREWS SHALL 32W T8 PUBLISHED RATINGS. MATERIALS, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT LISTED THAT BE OF METAL WITH OVAL HEADS, COLORED TO MATCH FINISH OF PLATE. 1. TWIST ON TYPE: INSULATED SHELLS, HELICAL SPRING STEEL CONNECTORS ARE NOT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS WILL SECTIONAL TYPE DEVICE PLATES SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED. FOR FIXTURE CONNECTIONS. NO. 10 AWG MAXIMUM SIZE PERMITTED. BE REJECTED. PANELBOARDS: PANELBOARDS SHALL BE LOAD CENTER TYPE; CONFORMING 2. SOLDERLESS COMPRESSION TYPE: USE FOR CONDUCTORS NO. 10 AWG AND THE CONTRACT DRAWINGS INDICATE EXTENT AND GENERAL ARRANGEMENT TO UL 50. LOAD CENTERS SHALL BE DEAD FRONT TYPE CONFORMING TO LARGER. OF CONDUIT AND WIRING SYSTEM. IF ANY DEPARTURES FROM CONTRACT FEDERAL SPECIFICATION W -P-115, TYPE 1, CLASS 2, HAVING NUMBER AND 120 V DRAWINGS ARE DEEMED NECESSARY BY THE CONTRACTOR, DETAILS OF SIZE BREAKERS AS INDICATED. MULTI -POLE BREAKERS SHALT_ BE OF THE 3. COMPRESSION TYPE RING STYLE LUGS: FOR CONTROL AND POWER WIRING SUCH DEPARTURES AND THE REASONS THEREFORE SHALL BE SUBMITTED COMMON TRIP TYPE HAVING A SINGLE OPERATING HANDLE AND FOR SIZES TERMINATIONS AT SCREW TYPE TERMINAL STRIPS. MAXIMUM OF THREE PER LUG. AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE AFTER AWARD OF CONTRACT TO THE 50 AMPERES OR LESS MAY CONSIST OF SINGLE POLE CIRCUI"Ir BREAKERS ARCHITECT FOR WRITTEN APPROVAL. PERMANENTLY ASSEMBLED AT THE FACTORY INTO A MULIT-POLE UNIT, GROUNDING: PROVIDE AN EQUIPMENT GROUNDING CONDUCTOR FOR ALL CIRCUITS CIRCUIT BREAKERS SHALL BE OF THE PLUG IN TYPE CONFORMING TO UL AND FEEDERS. EQUIPMENT GROUNDING CONDUCTORS SHALL BE GREEN INSULATED MATERIALS: 489. PANELS MOUNTED OUTSIDE SHALL BE IN NEMA 3R ENCLOSURES. PANELS TYPE WHERE WITHIN CONDUIT AND BARE WHERE WITHIN SHEATHED CABLE. GROUND SHALL BE RATED FOR SERVICE ENTRANCE. CONNECTIONS SHALL BE MADE AT MAIN SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE RACEWAYS: INSTALL RACEWAYS OF THE FOLLOWING TYPES WHERE 8 VA EXTENDED TO A GROUND ROD AS REQUIRED. APPLICABLE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NEC AND LOCAL CODES. SAFETY SWITCHES: SAFETY SWITCHES SHALL BE GENERAL DUTY, FUSED OR LIGHTING NON-FUSED AS INDICATED. QUICK MAKE, QUICK BREAK, HORSEPOWER RATED BOXES: EACH OUTLET IN THE WIRING OR RACEWAY SYSTEM SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH 1. RIGID NON-METALLIC CONDUIT: SCHEDULE 40 PVC. SWITCHES. INTERIOR SWITCHES SHALL BE NEMA 1 ENCLOSURES. EXTERIOR AN OUTLET BOX. PROVIDE PULL AND JUNCTION BOXES TO PERMIT EASY PULLING 2. ELECTRIC METALLIC TUBING. SWITCHES SHALL BE NEMA 3R ENCLOSURES. UNITS SHALL B : POLE AND AMP OF CONDUCTORS AND WHERE REQUIRED BY THE N.E.C. 3. FLEXIBLE METAL CONDUIT. RATING AS INDICATED ON DRAWINGS, MINIMUM 250 VOLT. 4. LIQUIDTIGHT FLEXIBLE NON-METALLIC/METALLIC CONDUIT. 18W CFL OUTLET BOXES SHALL BE OF THE PROPER TYPE TO SUIT THE CONDITIONS 5. METAL CLAD CABLE. LAMPS AND LIGHTING FIXTURES: ENCOUNTERED. BOXES INSTALLED WHERE THEY ARE EXPOSED TO WEATHER OR IN WET LIGHTING LOCATIONS SHALL BE OF THE CAST METAL TYPE HAVING THREADED HUBS. BOXES WIRE AND CABLE: GENERAL: LAMPS AND LIGHTING FIXTURES OF TYPES AND S12ES INDICATED SHALL BE CADMIUM PLATED, ZINC COATED SHEET METAL OR ALUMINUM. BOXES ON THE DRAWINGS SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED COMPLETE. INSTALLED IN CONCEALED LOCATIONS SHALL BE SET FLUSH WITH THE FINISHED ALL CONDUCTORS SHALL BE COPPER OF NOT LESS THAN NINETY-EIGHT HIGH RISE COLLECTION, 24" LED, 2 LIGHT BATH SCONCE, CHROME SURFACES AND SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH THE PROPER TYPE EXTENSION RINGS OR PERCENT (98 %) CONDUCTIVITY, WITH NEC TYPE THHN/THWN, 600 VOLT LAMPS: LAMPS SHALL BE DELIVERED TO THE PROJECT IN THEIR ORIGINAL PLASTER COVERS WHERE REQUIRED. BOXES SHALL BE SUPPORTED BY BAR HANGERS INSULATION. CONDUCTORS NO. 12 THROUGH NO. 10 MAY BE SOLID OR CARTONS AND INSTALLED IN THE FIXTURES JUST PRIOR TO COMPLETION OF IN FRAME CONSTRUCTIONS OR SHALL BE FASTENED WITH WOOD SCREWS. LOCATIONS STRANDED AND NO.8 AND LARGER SHALL BE STRANDED. NO CONDUCTORS ' THE PROJECT. LAMPS OF THE PROPER TYPE, WATTAGE ANDVOLTAGE RATING OF OUTLETS INDICATED IS APPROXIMATE. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL STUDY THE SMALLER THAN NO. 12 SHALL BE USED EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE NOTED. SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED IN EACH FIXTURE. BUILDING PLANS IN RELATION TO SPACES AND EQUIPMENT SURROUNDING EACH CONTROL CONDUCTORS SHALL BE NO. 14. OUTLET SO THAT LIGHTING FIXTURES ARE SYMMETRICALLY LOCATED ACCORDING TO ROOM LAYOUT, RELOCATION OF OUTLETS TO AVOID INTERFERENCE WITH MECHANICAL TWO LIGHT CEILING FLUSH MOUNT SEAGULL EQUIPMENT OR STRUCTURAL FEATURES SHALL BE APPROVED. FLUSH OR RECESSED 120 V 13W CFL FIXTURES SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH SEPARATE JUNCTION BOXES WHEN REQUIRED BY 26 VA THE FIXTURE TERMINAL TEMPERATURE REQUIREMENTS. LIGHTING FIXTURE SCHEDULE REQUIRED LAMPS LAMP TYPE DESCRIPTION MANUFACTURER MODEL VOLTAGE TYPE QUANTITY VA COMMENTS A HORIZONTAL DOWNLIGHT, WHITE TRIM AND BAFFLE HE Williams PH60-132T-WH-MB-EB-UNV 120 V 32W PL -T 1 32 VA B 6" ROUND SHOWER LIGHT -VERTICAL LAMP HE Williams PVSL6-132T-E[31-UNV 120 V 32W PL -T 1 32 VA C AIRPRO HUGGER CEILING FAN, 4 BLADE PROGRESS P2524-30 120 V N/A N/A 53 VA LIGHTING D TWO LIGHT FLUORESCENT FLUSH FIXTURE SEAGULL 79435BLE 1162 120 V 13W CFL 2 26 VA LIGHTING E TWO LIGHT FLUORESCENT CEILING FIXTURE SEAGULL 5902BLE-15 120 V 13W CFL 2 26 VA LIGHTING F 4' BW NARROW WRAPAROUND DAY-BRITE BWN232-120-EB 120 V 32W T8 2 64 VA LIGHTING G ONE LIGHT MINI -PENDANT SEAGULL 61850BLE-965 120 V 13W CFL 1 13 VA LIGHTING H TWO LIGHT CEILING FLUSH MOUNT SEAGULL 5328-15 120 V LED PROVIDED 8 VA LIGHTING WITH FIXTURE K ONE LIGHT WALL / BATH SCONCE SEAGULL 49340BLE-962 18W CFL 1 18 VA MOUNT FIXTURE ON WALL AT 6'-6" A.F.F. LIGHTING L HIGH RISE COLLECTION, 24" LED, 2 LIGHT BATH SCONCE, CHROME MINKA GROUP 2922-77-1- LED PROVIDED 37 VA MOUNT ON WALL ABOVE MIRROR FINISH WITH MITERED WHITE GLASS WITH FIXTURE M TWO LIGHT CEILING FLUSH MOUNT SEAGULL 75952BLE-962 120 V 13W CFL 2 26 VA LIGHTING N TWO LIGHT INDOOR / OUTDOOR WALL LANTERN SEAGULL 89060BLE-72 13W CFL 2 26 VA MOUNT ON WALL AT 7'-6" ABOVE GRADE LIGHTING P LATITUDE COLLECTION, 18" CHROME BATH LIGHT HINKLEY LIGHTING 5652 -CIV! 7W G9 LED 2 15 VA MOUNT ON WALL ABOVE MIRROR Q 26" BRUSHED NICKEL, LINEAR LED BATH LIGHT KITCHLER 11149NILE:D LED PROVIDED 26 VA MOUNT ON WALL ADJACENT TO MIRROR, LIGHTING WITH FIXTURE COORDINATE MOUNTING HEIGHT WITH ARCHITECT EQUIPMENT AND APPLIANCE CONNECTIONS: ALL WIRING FOR CONNECTION OF APPLIANCES AND EQUIPMENT INDICATED ON ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED UNDER THIS SECTION OF THE SPECIFICATIONS. THIS INCLUDES CONNECTIONS TO ELECTRICAL WATER HEATERS, ELECTRIC HEATING AND COOLING UNITS, BATHROOM FANS, RANGE HOODS, DISPOSALS, DISHWASHERS, ETC. FLEXIBLE CONNECTIONS: FLEXIBLE CONNECTIONS OF SHORT LENGTH SHALL BE PROVIDED FOR ALL MOTORS AND EQUIPMENT SUBJECT TO VIBRATION OR MOVEMENT WHERE USED. FLEXIBLE STEEL CONDUIT SHALL CONFORM TO UL 1. LIQUIDTIGHT FLEXIBLE CONDUIT SHALL BE USED ON EXTERIOR WORK. TELEPHONE SYSTEM: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH AND INSTALL A COMPLETE PRE -WIRE CABLE INCLUDING RACEWAYS, OUTLETS, JUNCTION BOXES AND OTHER ITEMS AS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A COMPLETE INSTALLATION EXCLUDING TELEPHONE DEVICES. ALL WORK SHALL MEET LOCAL TELEPHONE COMPANY REQUIREMENTS. CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEM: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH AND INSTALL A COMPLETE PRE -WIRE CABLE TV SYSTEM INCLUDING RACEWAYS, OUTLETS, JUNCTION BOXES AND OTHER ITEMS AS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A COMPLETE METER CENTER METERS WILL BE FURNISHED BY THE UTILITY COMPANY METER SOCKETS: COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS OF ELECTRICAL UTILITY COMPANY. STEADY STATE AND SHORT CIRCUIT RATINGS SHALL MEET INDICATED CIRCUIT RATINGS. MODULAR METER CENTER: FACTORY COORDINATED ASSEMBLY OF A MAIN SERVICE DISCONNECT DEVICE, WIREWAYS, TENANT METER SOCKET MODULES, AND TENANT FEEDER CIRCUIT BREAKERS ARRANGED IN ADJACENT VERTICAL SECTIONS. ASSEMBLY SHALL BE COMPLETE WITH INTERCONNECTING BUSES AND OTHER FEATURES AS SPECIFIED BELOW. COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS OF UTILITY COMPANY FOR METER CENTER. HOUSING: NEMA 4X ENCLOSURE. MINIMUM SHORT CIRCUIT RATING: 42,000 A.I.C. MINIMUM AT RATED VOLTAGE. MAIN SERVICE DISCONNECT DEVICE: CIRCUIT BREAKER, SERIES RATED FOR USE WITH DOWNSTREAM FEEDER AND BRANCH CIRCUIT BREAKERS. TENANT FEEDER CIRCUIT BREAKERS: SERIES COMBINATION RATED MOLDED CASE UNITS, RATED TO PROTECT CIRCUIT BREAKERS IN DOWNSTREAM TENANT AND TO HOUSE LOADCENTERS AND PANELBOARDS THAT HAVE 10,000A INTERRUPTING CAPACITY. IDENTIFICATION: INDICATE TENANT'S ADDRESS WITH METER NUMBER. PHYSICAL PROTECTION: TAMPER RESISTANT WITH HASP FOR PADLOCK. METER SOCKET: RATING COORDINATED WITH INDICATED TENANT FEEDER CIRCUIT RATING. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) wwwrMaccoArchitects.c Ryan D. Fryman, P.E. Florida License # 55472 `'�e`vµea��osst�aa�aflrl/r/Jfl�7 o. 472 E OF o =� • w -.4 R\V.-- COR,O.--' Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 2 OWNER CHANGES 12/04/17 i AHERN TOWN HOUSE SPECIFICATIONS - ELECTRICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By MAR Checked By R D F E 002 Scale 3/16" = 1'-0" 9 N 8V-11 1/21 N 8 1'-11 1/2" J 1/2" 2" PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION ,7 MARK Ln=J A R C H ITECT INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www\MaccOArchitectsac Ryan D. Fryman, P.E. Florida License # 55472 IF E OF °•� •_•. ,.GN Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date AHERN TOWN HOUSE ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By MAR Checked By R ® F E 100 Scale 1" = 10'-0" A A A A L5 M N O O N O P. U 5 GARAGE 557 1= FOR ELECTRICAL SEE UNIT 2 P2-23,25 P1-23,25 SNF 4X)J I _bukNF rc 411� O t3 CU -2 CU -1 F rP2-1 EF -03 P2-31 a _� P2-3 P1-24,26 ' P1-1 P1-35 F EF -03 a O el 1 ST. FLOOR PLAN - POWER - BLDG #1 ffBLDG #2 SIMILAR) 1/411 = 1'-0" NOTES: O MOUNT RECEPTACLE FLUSH IN CEILING FOR CONNECTION TO GARAGE DOOR OPENER. CONNECT PUSH BUTTON PROVIDED WITH EQUIPMENT. VERIFY EXACT LOCATION. O PROVIDE A 2P/30A NEMA 6-30 DRYER RECEPTACLE. VERIFY EXACT CONFIGURATION WITH EQUIPMENT TO BE PROVIDED. 30 CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE DISCONNECT AND COORDINATE LOCATION AS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PROPER CLEARANCE. ® UP TO STAIR LIGHTING FIXTURES. SEE SHEETS E102 AND E103 FOR CONTINUATION. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK A R C H ITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904.249 -ARCH (2724) www,MaccoArchitects,c Ryan D. Fryman, P.E. Florida License # 55472 ee^„N`f�o,;,,,ss ss trur,BogrylO�je/ �a``�4,`aaP♦ .........� e �( V e♦ Y q O.5 4 STATE OF so Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 3 PERMIT REVIEW 105/31/18 COMMENTS AHERN TOWN HOUSE 1ST FLOOR PLAN - ELECTRICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By MAR Checked By R D F E 101 Scale 1/4" I S P2-17 ER 2 ;T 13SF EF 02 I -NIT , P2-8 IING 2 M F �i P14 dereP PIP1_13 -17E . M. CLOIET LIVING 2 243 SF LIVING 1 231 SF ., 2ND FLOOR PLAN - POWER - BLDG #1_ (BLDG #2 SIMILAR) 1 /4 — 1I -Off STIFF 6B. _ 72 SF �;I . � � ;: 777 ---;STAID'5 S 72 SF �i MASTER BED, 6 215 Sr- ......... .. . _. __. _---......_.._ __.. ...... _ _. ._ .. r N I 3 �f ASTER BED 210 "!F FOR ELECTRICAL SEE UNIT 1 - MIRROR IMAGE LIVING 4 231 SF NOTES: 1D PROVIDE A 3P/50A NAME 14-50 RANGE RECEPTACLE. VERIFY EXACT CONFIGURATION WITH EQUIPMENT TO BE PROVIDED. 20 MOUNT RECEPTACLE IN CABINET FOR MICROWAVE, VERIFY EXACT LOCATION. O3 MOUNT RECEPTACLE BELOW COUNTER FOR CONNECTION TO DISHWASHER. VERIFY EXACT LOCATION AND CONNECTION REQUIREMENTS. ® MOUNT RECEPTACLE BELOW COUNTER FOR CONNECTION TO GARBAGE DISPOSAL. �5 TO FIRST FLOOR AND THIRD FLOOR STAIR LIGHTING. SEE SHEETS E101 AND E103 FOR CONTINUATION. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION 1650 Prudential Drive Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32207 Phone: 904-306-9111 ENGINEERING Fax: 904-306-9117 FOR ARCHITECTURE ,, w.tic-ercif 5e1S.Com 2_!TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc. COA 15 TLC NO: TLC NO Ryan D. Fryman, P.E. Florida License # 55472 o. - STATE OF F ��'�,�'O ♦♦,.�1� ��. \may,,,,, Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date_ 2 OWNER CHANGES 12/04/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE 2ND FLOOR PLAN - ELECTRICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By MAR Checked By RDF E 102 Scale 1/4" = 1'-0" OEC R U 1 3R�=l FLOOR PLAN - POWER - BLDG #1 (BLDG #2 SIMILAR) 1 /4-0 NOTES: O CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE DISCONNECT SWITCH TO COORDINATE LOCATION AS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PROPER CLEARANCE. O DOWN TO STAIR LIGHTING FIXTURES. SEE SHEETS E101 AND E102 FOR CONTINUATION. PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION MARK MACC* ARCHITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 E: Info@MaccoArchitects.com PH: 904. 249 -ARCH (2724) www/MaccoArchitects,c Ryan D. Fryman, P.E. Florida License # 55472 j11110111111i 1° 1!11111FiFFlt J s �-�; •��GE . Sic ••. ''% 's No A STATE OF Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date 2 OWNER CHANGES 12/04/17 AHERN TOWN HOUSE 3RD FLOOR PLAN - ELECTRICAL Project Number 816010 Date 05/31/18 Drawn By MAR Checked By R D F E 103 Scale 1/4" = 1'-0" L I U 0 � Branch Panel: HPC Location: Supply From: Mounting: Surface Enclosure: Type 4X Notes: CKT Circuit Description :No Trip Po I e Volts: 120!240 Single Phases: 1 Wires: 3 A B Po I e A.LC. Rating: 10,000 Mains Type: MCB Mains Rating: 100 A MCB Rating: 100 A Neutral Rating: 100.00% Trip No t e Circuit Description CKT 1 Timeclock - 20 A 1 0.2 kVA 1.0 kVA ; Location: 1 20 A Receptacle 2 A.I.C. Rating: 10,000 Mains Type: MLO 5.0 kVA 1.0 kVA 1 20 A _ _ Receptacle 4 3 5 Spa 1 50 A 2 5.0 kVA 0.8 kVA Mains Rating: 200 A 1 20 A Receptacle 6 1 Wires: 3 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A Spare 8 7 Spare _ 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A Spare 10 9 Spare 20 A 1 TYPICAL UNIT TYPE 2 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A _ Spare. 12 11 Spare _ 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA Trip Po I e 1 20 A Spare 14 __- 13 Spare 20A 1 No t e Trip 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20A Spare 16 15 Spare _ 20 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 1 1 1 1 1 20 A - --__- 20 A _ 20 A 20 A - _ 20 A ___ -_ 20 A Spare - Spare p Spare Spare Spare Spare 18 20 22 24 26 28 -- -- - 17 Spare p 19 Spare 20 A 20 A 21 Spare 23 Spare - -- 25 Spare 27 Spare 20 A 20 A 20 A 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 1.2 kVA 1 20 A Spare 30 29 Spare 20 A 1 20A 3 Spa 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A Spare 32 31 Spare 20 A 1 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 1 20 A - 20 A Spare Spare 34 36 33 Spare 35 Spare 20 A 20 A 1 1 1 Load. Amps: 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 7.0 kVA 58 A 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 6.0 kVA 50 A 1 1 1 20 A _ 20 A _ 20 A Spare Spare Spare 38 40 42 37 Spare _ 39 Spare 41 Spare 20 A 20 A 20 A Total Total Load Classfcation Connected Load Demand Factor Estimated Demand Panel Totals 1.2 kVA 1 Motor Power Receptacle Spare 10.0 kVA 0.2 kVA 2.8 kVA 11 Spareq_� 125.00% 100.00% 100.00% 14 12.5 kVA 0.2 kVA 2.8 kVA 1 Total Conn. Load: 13.0 kVA Total Est. Demand: 15.50 kVA Total Conn. Current: 54 A 20 A 0.0 kVA - - 1 20 A - _ - Spare 12 13 Spare20 Receptacle - Garbage Disposal 12 Total Est. Demand Current: 65A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 20 A pOk 1 20 A -_ Spare 14 15 Spare20 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting -Kitchen, Living A 1 0.4 kVA 1 0.0 kVA 20 A 1 20 A Spare 16 17 Spare20 1 - --- 1. (3)#6, (1)#10 GRND -1"C. A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA Receptacle - Bathroom 21 Smoke Detectors 1 20 A _ Spare 18 Branch Panel: HP2 Volts: 120/240 Single A.I.C. Rating: 10,000 Supply From: Location: GARAGE 2 106 Location: Phases: 1 Volts: 120/240 Single A.I.C. Rating: 10,000 Mains Type: MLO Supply From: Mounting: Flush Phases: 1 Mains Type: MLO Wires: 3 Mounting: Flush Mains Type: MCB Mains Rating: 200 A Wires: 3 Mounting: Surface Enclosure: Type 1 Mains Wires: 3 Enclosure: Type 1 Mains Rating: 100 A Neutral Enclosure: Type 4X Neutral Rating: 100.00% Notes: Notes: MCB Rating: 100 A TYPICAL UNIT TYPE 2 TYPICAL UNIT TYPE 1 Neutral Rating: 100.00% Notes: CKT Circuit Description No t e Trip Po I e A CKT Circuit Description No t e Trip Pol e CKT Circuit Description No t e Trip Po I e Po I e A Note Circuit Description B Po I e Trip Note Circuit Description 1 CKT Timeclock 20 A 1 20 A 1 0.2 kVA 1.0 kVA 1 20 A 1 24 A Receptacle 2 Receptacle - Garage Door Opener 20 A 20 A 1 1.2 kVA 5.0 kVA 1.0 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle 4 1 20A 3 Spa Receptacle and Lighting - Level 1 1 50 A 2 5.0 kVA 0.8 kVA Receptacle -Kitchen 8 1 20 A - Receptacle 6 5 7 Spare 7 Lighting - Stairs 20 A 1 1 10 0.0 kVA 0.3°kVA 1 -- 20 A Spare 8 9 Spare 1 9 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1.5 kVA 1.2 kVA 1 20 A - _ Spare 10 11 Spareq_� 10 14 20 A 1 5 20 A 0.0 kVA 1 20 A - _ - Spare 12 13 Spare20 Receptacle - Garbage Disposal 12 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 20 A pOk 1 20 A -_ Spare 14 15 Spare20 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting -Kitchen, Living A 1 0.4 kVA 1 0.0 kVA 20 A 1 20 A Spare 16 17 Spare20 1 20 A A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA Receptacle - Bathroom 21 Smoke Detectors 1 20 A _ Spare 18 A 1 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting -Bedroom 0.0 kVA 23 Condensing Unit CU -2 (CU -3, CU -5, 1 20 A Spare 20 19 Spare20 21 Spare20 2 0.6 kVA A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 20 3.4 kVA 1 20A Spare 22 23 Spare 20 A 1 1 20 A 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20A - Spare 24 25 Spare 1 0.0 kVA 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A _ - Spare 26 27 Spare 1 20 A 1 4.4 kVA 2.3 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A Spare 28 29 Spare 4 60 A 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 34 35 Spare 1 20 A _ Spare 30 31 Spare 0.0 kVA 1 20 A 1 36 37 Spare 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A - Spare 32 33 Spare - AHU-01 (Fan) 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 2.5 kVA 1 20A -_ Spare 34 30 20 A 1 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A Spare 36 35 Spare 37 Spare 3 Receptacle - Range 32 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 25 A 1 20 A __- Spare 38 39 Spare 223 A 20 A 1 35 EF -03 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A Spare 40 41 Spare 1 20 A 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA Spare 1 20 A Spare 42 1.8 kVA 1 Total Load: 7.0 kVA 6.0 kVA Spare Other 20 A 1 0.00% 0.0 kVA Total Amps: 1 58 A Spare 50 A Receptacle 41 Spare Load Classification 1 Connected Load Demand Factor Estimated Demand Panel Totals 1 20 A Motor 42 10.0 kVA 125.00% Total Load: 12.5 kVA kVA 31.0 kVA 0.2 kVA 100.00% Total Amps: 0.2 kVA 259 A Total Conn. Load: 13.0 kVA Power Load Classification 2.8 kVA Connected Load 100.00% Estimated Demand 2.8 kVA Panel Totals Total Est. Demand: 15.50 kVA HVAC Receptacle 23.1 kVA 110.40% 3.(3)#6, (1)#10 GRIND -1"C. 25.5 kVA Total Conn. Current: 54 A 1.9 kVA 125.00% Total Est. Demand Current: 65 A Total. Conn. Load: 61.7 kVA Lighting 5. PROVIDE ARC FAULT TYPE CIRCUIT BREAKER 0.0 kVA 0.00% 0.0 kVA Total Est. Demand: 53.90 kVA Other Notes: 31.3 kVA 1. (3)#6, (1)#10 GRND -1"C. 65.97% 20.7 kVA Total Conn. Current: 257 A Receptacle METER CENTER 120/240V,1PH IN,120/240V, 1PH OUT. 800 AMP MAIN 10,000 AIC NEMA 4X ENCLOSURE P4 200A MCB HP 100A OO 800A Q O P5 200A P1 200A P6 200A P2 200A SPACE P3 200A w O TO UTILITY COMPANY TRANSFORMER AS DIRECTED - - BY UTILITY COMPANY 2 SETS OF (3) 600 KCMIL 2 ----- 3112" C Branch Panel: P1 TYPICAL TENANT PANEL. SEE TYPICAL UNIT PLANS FOR LOCATIONS HP P1 P2 ❑ ❑ ❑ TC 100A 200A 200A EXTERIOR LIGHTING CONTROL TIMECLOCK (3) #3 (3) #3/0 T2" 3/0 (1) #8 GND NORMAL HOUSE PANEL TO SERVE (1) #6 GND 6 GND 11/4" C COMMON LIGHTS AND RECEPTACLES. 2" C POWER RISER DIAGRAM - APARTMENT BUILDING #1 (BUILDING #2 SIMILAR) NOT TO SCALE RISER DIAGRAM NOTES: PROVIDE CIRCUIT BREAKER AND WIRE SIZE AS RECOMMENDED BY SURGE PROTECTIVE DEVICE MANUFACTURER. MINIMIZE LEAD LENGTH AND TWIST LEADS IN CONDUIT. 02 PROVIDE GROUND WIRE AS INDICATED BONDED TO: * (3) 5/8" x 20'-0" VERTICALLY DRIVEN COPPERWELD GROUND RODS, MINIMUM 20'-0" APART * BUILDING STEEL * MAIN WATER PIPE Notes: 1. (2)#10, (1)#10 GRIND - 3/4"C. 2. (2)#6, (1)#10 GRIND -1"C. 3.(3)#6, (1)#10 GRND -1"C. 4. (2)#4, (1)#10 GRND -1"C. 5. PROVIDE ARC FAULT TYPE CIRCUIT BREAKER P3 P4 200A 200A (3) #3/0 (3) #3/0 (1) #6 GND (1) #6 GND 2"C TC P5 P6 200A 200A (3) #310 (3) #310 (1) #6 GND (1) #6 GND 2" C 2" C 1 ST FLOOR Branch Panel: P2 Location: GARAGE 1 102 Volts: 120/240 Single A.I.C. Rating: 10,000 Supply From: Location: GARAGE 2 106 Phases: 1 A.I.C. Rating: 10,000 Supply From: Mains Type: MLO Phases: 1 Mounting: Flush Mains Type: MLO Wires: 3 Mounting: Flush Mains Rating: 200 A Wires: 3 Enclosure: Type 1 Mains Rating: 200 A Enclosure: Type 1 Neutral Rating: 100.00% Neutral Rating: 100.00% Notes: Notes: TYPICAL UNIT TYPE 2 TYPICAL UNIT TYPE 1 CKT Circuit Description No t e Trip Po I e A CKT Circuit Description No t e Trip Pol e A CKT 1 Receptacle and Lighting - Garage B Po I e Trip Note Circuit Description CKT 1 Receptacle and Lighting - Garage Receptacle -Refrigerator 20 A 1 1.0 kVA 1.0 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle - Refrigerator 2 Receptacle - Kitchen 3 Receptacle - Garage Door Opener 20 A 20 A 1 1.2 kVA 1.2 kVA 1.5 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle -Kitchen 4 20A 5 Receptacle and Lighting - Level 1 5 20A 1 0.9 kVA 1.2 kVA Receptacle -Kitchen 8 1 20 A Receptacle - Microwave 6 1.2 kVA 7 Lighting - Stairs 5 20 A 1 10 11 Receptacle and Lighting - Master... 5 0.3°kVA 1.5 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle - Kitchen 8 1 9 Receptacle - Washing Machine 12 20 A 1 1.5 kVA 1.2 kVA 0.8 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle - Dishwasher 10 14 11 Receptacle and Lighting -Master... 5 20 A 1 0.4 kVA 1.2 kVA 1.4 kVA 1.0 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle - Garbage Disposal 12 1 13 Receptacle and Lighting Bathroom,... 5 20 A 1 0,7 kVA --f.O kVA 18 17 Receptacle - Bathroom 1 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting -Kitchen, Living 14 0.6 kVA 0.4 kVA 1 20 A 20 A 1 19 Receptacle and Lighting - Kitchen, Dinin... 5 0.4 kVA 1.4 kVA 1 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting- Bedroom 16 20 A 15 Receptacle - Bathroom 21 Smoke Detectors 20 A 1 0.2 kVA 1.2 kVA 1 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting -Bedroom 18 23 Condensing Unit CU -2 (CU -3, CU -5, 17 Receptacle - Bathroom 5 20 A 1 2.3 kVAZ 2 0.6 kVA 0.9 kVA 1 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting - Hall, Bathroo... 20 3.4 kVA 19 Receptacle and Lighting - Kitchen, Dinin... 27 1 20 A Receptacle -Bathroom 22 2.5 kVA 21 Smoke Detectors 1 Receptacle - Dryer 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.4 kVA 4.8 kVA 2.5 kVA 24 23 31 EF -03 20 A 1 0.5 kVA 4.4 kVA 2.3 kVA 2 30 A 1 Water Heater 33 Spare 20A 1 Condensing Unit CU -1 (CU -4) 4 60 A 2 4.4 kVA 2.3 kVA 34 35 Spare 20 A 1 26 25 27 0.0 kVA 1 20A Spare 36 37 Spare 4.8 kVA 25 kVA 2 30 A _ _. 1 Receptacle - Dryer 28 1 29 AHU-01 (Fan) 4 60 A 20 A 4.8 kVA 2.5 kVA 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20A 30 40 31 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 2.4 kVA 4.0 kVA 2 50 A 3 Receptacle - Range 32 27.3 33 AHU-01 (Heater) 1 25 A 2.4 kVA 4.0 kVA Total Amps: 228 A 223 A 34 35 EF -03 Connected Load 20A 1 Panel Totals 0.5 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A Spare 36 37 Spare 20A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1.8 kVA 1 20 A Spare 38 39 Spare Other 20 A 1 0.00% 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 -21A Spare 40 Receptacle 41 Spare 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA Total Conn. Current: 225 A 1 20 A Spare 42 Total Load: 30.7 kVA 31.0 kVA Total Amps: 255 A 259 A Load Classification Connected Load Demand Factor Estimated Demand 2. (2)#6, (1)#10 GRIND -1"C. Panel Totals HVAC 23.1 kVA 110.40% 3.(3)#6, (1)#10 GRIND -1"C. 25.5 kVA 1.9 kVA 125.00% 2.4 kVA Total. Conn. Load: 61.7 kVA Lighting 5. PROVIDE ARC FAULT TYPE CIRCUIT BREAKER 0.0 kVA 0.00% 0.0 kVA Total Est. Demand: 53.90 kVA Other 31.3 kVA 65.97% 20.7 kVA Total Conn. Current: 257 A Receptacle Total Est. Demand Current: 1225 A Notes: 1. (2)#10, (1)#10 GRIND - 3/4"C. 2. (2)#6, (1)#10 GRIND -1"C. 3.(3)#6, (1)#10 GRND -1"C. 4. (2)#4, (1)#10 GRND -1"C. 5. PROVIDE ARC FAULT TYPE CIRCUIT BREAKER P3 P4 200A 200A (3) #3/0 (3) #3/0 (1) #6 GND (1) #6 GND 2"C TC P5 P6 200A 200A (3) #310 (3) #310 (1) #6 GND (1) #6 GND 2" C 2" C 1 ST FLOOR Branch Panel: P2 Location: GARAGE 2 106 Volts: 120/240 Single A.I.C. Rating: 10,000 Supply From: Phases: 1 Mains Type: MLO Mounting: Flush Wires: 3 Mains Rating: 200 A Enclosure: Type 1 Neutral Rating: 100.00% Notes: TYPICAL UNIT TYPE 2 CKT Circuit Description No t e Trip Po I e A B Po I e Trip Note Circuit Description CKT 1 Receptacle and Lighting - Garage 20 A 1 1.0 kVA 1.0 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle -Refrigerator 2 3 Receptacle - Garage Door Opener 20 A 1 1.2 kVA 1.5 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle - Kitchen 4 5 Receptacle and Lighting - Level 1 5 20 A 1 0.7 kVA 1.2 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle - Microwave 6 7 Lighting - Stairs 5 20A 1 0.4 kVA 1.5 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle -Kitchen 8 9 Receptacle - Washing Machine 20 A 1 1.5 kVA 1.2 kVA 1 20 A Receptacle - Dishwasher 10 11 Receptacle and Lighting - Master... 5 20 A 1 1,2 kVA 1.0 kVA 1 20A Receptacle -Garbage Disposal 12 13 Receptacle and Lighting - Bathroom,... 5 20 A 1 0.4 kVA 0.8 kVA 1 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting - Kitchen, Living 14 20 A 1 0.4 kVA 1.2 kVA 1 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting - Hall, Bathroo... 16 15 Receptacle -Bathroom 20 A 1 0.2 kVA 1.6 kVA 1 20 A 5 Receptacle and Lighting -Bedroom 18 17 Receptacle - Bathroom 20 A 1 0.6 kVA 0.4 kVA 1 20 A 5 Receptacle - Hall, Bathroom, Closet 20 19 Receptacle and Lighting - Kitchen, Dinin... 5 1 20 A Receptacle - Bathroom 22 21 Smoke Detectors 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.8 kVA 24 23 Condensing Unit CU -2 (CU -3, CU -5, 45 A 2 3.4 kVA 2.3 kVAZ 2 30 A 1 Water Heater 26 25 CU -6) 3.4 kVA 2.3 kVA 27 4.8 kVA 2.5 kVA 2 30 A 1 Receptacle - Dryer 28 AHU-02 4 29 60 A 2 4.8 kVA 2.5 kVA 30 31 EF -03 20 A 1 0.5 kVA 4.0 kVA 2 50 A 3 Receptacle -Range 32 33 Spare 20A 1 0.0 kVA 4.0 kVA 34 35 Spare 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20A Spare 36 37 Spare 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20 A Spare 38 39 Spare 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20A Spare 40 41 Spare 20 A 1 0.0 kVA 0.0 kVA 1 20A Spare 42 Total Load: 27.3 kVA 26.7 kVA Total Amps: 228 A 223 A Load Classification Connected Load Demand Factor Estimated Demand Panel Totals HVAC 20.9 kVA 111.47% 23.3 kVA Lighting 1.8 kVA 125.00% 2.3 kVA Total Conn. Load: 54.0 kVA Other 0.0 kVA 0.00% 0.0 kVA Total Est. Demand: 46.41 kVA Receptacle 30.9 kVA 66.18% 20.5 kVA Total Conn. Current: 225 A Total Est. Demand Current: 193 A Notes: 1. (2)#10, (1)#10 GRND - 314"C. 2. (2)#6, (1)#10 GRIND -1"C. 3.(3)#6, (1)#10 GRIND -1"C. 4.(2)#8, (1)#10 GRND -1"C. 5. PROVIDE ARC FAULT TYPE CIRCUIT BREAKER MARK MACCC ARCH ITECTS INNOVATIVE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS 476 OSCEOLA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32250 1650 Prudential Drive Aw Suite 200 Jacksonville, Florida 32207 Phone: 904-306-9111 ENGINEERING Fax- 904-306-9117 EUR ARCHITECTURE ,;,' tic-engineers.co of of r r z2' --TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc. COA 15 TLC NO: TLC NO Ryan D. Fryman, P.E. Florida License # 55472 -�Q;.• eGE NSA , ' No. 79' A E OF Seal MARK MACCO, AIA NCARB FLORIDA REGISTRATION: # AR96004 No. Description Date AHERN T HOUSE POWER RISER DIAGRAM AND SCHEDULES Project Number 816010 Date - 05/31/18 Drawn By MAR Checked By RDF E 201 Scale PERMIT AND CONSTRUCTION I