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303 9th St POOL20-0036 Permit PacketOWNER:ADDRESS:CITY:STATE:ZIP: KARA & TIMMOTHY WAITE 303 9TH ST ATLANTIC BEACH FL 32233-5437 COMPANY:ADDRESS:CITY:STATE:ZIP: ISLAND POOLS,LLC 1546 LINKSIDE DR ATLANTIC BEACH FL 32233 TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION: REAL ESTATE NUMBER:ZONING:BUILDING USE GROUP:SUBDIVISION: 170029 0010 ATLANTIC BEACH JOB ADDRESS:PERMIT TYPE:DESCRIPTION: VALUE OF WORK: 303 9TH ST SWIMMING POOL SWIMMING POOL RESIDENTIAL SWIMMING POOL $42715.00 LIST OF CONDITIONS Roll off container company must be on City approved list . Container cannot be placed on City right-of-way. 1 PUBLIC WORKS EROSION CONTROL INSTALLATION INFORMATIONAL Notes: Full erosion control measures must be installed and approved prior to beginning any earth disturbing activities. Contact the Inspection Line (904-247- 5814) to request an Erosion and Sediment Control Inspection prior to start of construction. 2 PUBLIC WORKS ON SITE RUNOFF INFORMATIONAL Notes: All runoff must remain on-site during construction. NOTICE: In addition to the requirements of this permit, there may be additional restrictions applicable to this property that may be found in the public records of this county, and there may be additional permits required from other governmental entities such as water management districts, state agencies, or federal agencies. WARNING TO OWNER: YOUR FAILURE TO RECORD A NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT MAY RESULT IN YOUR PAYING TWICE FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO YOUR PROPERTY. A NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT MUST BE RECORDED AND POSTED ON THE JOB SITE BEFORE THE FIRST INSPECTION. IF YOU INTEND TO OBTAIN FINANCING, CONSULT WITH YOUR LENDER OR AN ATTORNEY BEFORE RECORDING YOUR NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT. MUST CALL INSPECTION PHONE LINE (904) 247-5814 BY 4 PM FOR NEXT DAY INSPECTION. ALL WORK MUST CONFORM TO THE CURRENT 6TH EDITION (2017) OF THE FLORIDA BUILDING CODE, NEC, IPMC, AND CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH CODE OF ORDINANCES . ALL CONDITIONS OF PERMIT APPLY, PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. 1 of 2Issued Date: 2/1/2021 PERMIT NUMBER POOL20-0036 ISSUED: 2/1/2021 EXPIRES: 7/31/2021 SWIMMING POOL PERMIT CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH 800 SEMINOLE ROAD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 FEES DESCRIPTION ACCOUNT QUANTITY PAID AMOUNT BLDG 2ND PLAN REVIEW FEE 455-0000-322-1006 0 $50.00 BUILDING PERMIT 455-0000-322-1000 0 $265.00 BUILDING PLAN CHECK 455-0000-322-1001 0 $132.50 PW REVIEW RESIDENTIAL BLDG 001-0000-329-1004 0 $100.00 STATE DBPR SURCHARGE 455-0000-208-0700 0 $7.46 STATE DCA SURCHARGE 455-0000-208-0600 0 $4.98 ZONING REVIEW SINGLE AND TWO FAMILY USES 001-0000-329-1003 0 $100.00 TOTAL: $659.94 3 PUBLIC WORKS POOL WELLPOINT INFORMATIONAL Notes: Pool Wellpoint (if used) must discharge into vegetated area 10 foot minimum from street or drainage feature (swale, structure or lagoon). 4 PUBLIC WORKS ROLL OFF CONTAINER INFORMATIONAL Notes: Roll off container company must be on City approved list. Approved list can be obtained at the Building Department at City Hall. Roll off container cannot be placed on City right-of-way. 5 PUBLIC WORKS RIGHT OF WAY RESTORATION INFORMATIONAL Notes: Full right-of-way restoration, including sod, is required. 6 PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION SITE MANAGEMENT INFORMATIONAL Notes: Provide construction site management plan, including location of silt fence, dumpster, portable toilet. Right-of-Way Permit is required if using right-of- way for construction parking. 7 PUBLIC WORKS RUNOFF INFORMATIONAL Notes: All runoff must remain on-site. Cannot raise lot elevation. 8 PUBLIC WORKS DECKING REMOVED INFORMATIONAL Notes: All old decking and debris must be removed from job site by Contractor. 9 PUBLIC WORKS OTHER PUBLIC WORKS CONDITION INFORMATIONAL Notes: No additional impervious area can be added to this property. 2 of 2Issued Date: 2/1/2021 PERMIT NUMBER POOL20-0036 ISSUED: 2/1/2021 EXPIRES: 7/31/2021 SWIMMING POOL PERMIT CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH 800 SEMINOLE ROAD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 DESCRIPTION ACCOUNT QTY PAID PermitTRAK $709.94 POOL20-0036 Address: 303 9TH ST APN: 170029 0010 $709.94 BLDG SUBSEQUENT PLAN REVIEW FEES $100.00 BLDG 2ND PLAN REVIEW FEE 455-0000-322-1006 0 $50.00 BLDG 2ND PLAN REVIEW FEE 455-0000-322-1006 0 $50.00 BUILDING $265.00 BUILDING PERMIT 455-0000-322-1000 0 $265.00 BUILDING PLAN REVIEW $132.50 BUILDING PLAN CHECK 455-0000-322-1001 0 $132.50 PUBLIC WORKS PLAN REVIEW $100.00 PW REVIEW RESIDENTIAL BLDG 001-0000-329-1004 0 $100.00 STATE SURCHARGES $12.44 STATE DBPR SURCHARGE 455-0000-208-0700 0 $7.46 STATE DCA SURCHARGE 455-0000-208-0600 0 $4.98 ZONING PLAN REVIEW $100.00 ZONING REVIEW SINGLE AND TWO FAMILY USES 001-0000-329-1003 0 $100.00 TOTAL FEES PAID BY RECEIPT: R14754 $709.94 Printed: Monday, February 1, 2021 8:08 AM Date Paid: Monday, February 01, 2021 Paid By: ISLAND POOLS,LLC Pay Method: CREDIT CARD 418531498 1 of 1 Cashier: CG Cash Register Receipt City of Atlantic Beach Receipt Number R14754 ~+; CENTRALSQUARE Page 1 of 2 CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH 800 SEMINOLE ROAD ATLANTIC BEACH, FL 32233 (904) 247-5800 BULLETIN 2-18 To: All Permit Applicants. From: Dan Arlington, CBO City Building Official Date: May 9, 2018 Re: PRE-CONSTRUCTION, FORM BOARD, AND FINAL POST- CONSTRUCTION SURVEYS REQUIRED. Per COAB, Section 24-66(a), a PRE-CONSTRUCTION TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEY and a POST- CONSTRUCTION TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEY are required for any new development. Sec. 24-66. - Stormwater, drainage, storage and treatment requirements. (a) Topography and grading. All lots and development sites shall be constructed and graded in such a manner so that the stormwater drains to the adjacent street, an existing natural element used to convey stormwater (see section 22-303, definitions: Stormwater management system), or a city drainage structure after meeting onsite storage requirements, as set forth within this section. The city shall be provided with a pre-construction topographical survey prior to the issuance of a development permit and a post-construction topographical survey prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy. Elevations in all topographic surveys will be referenced to NAVD 1988. Said surveys shall be prepared by a licensed Florida surveyor, and the requirement for either or both surveys may be waived by the director of public works if determined to be unnecessary. 1. A pre-construction topographical survey must be provided with the building permit application for any new development over 250 square feet. 2. A site survey, showing Finished Floor Elevation (FFE), Building Restriction Lines (BRL), and distances to property lines must be on site for the Slab Inspection, where the proposed structures are less than 0.5 feet from any BRL. NOTE: A Form Board Elevation Certificate, signed by a licensed surveyor, may suffice, where the proposed structures are greater than 0.5 feet from all BRLs. (Blank Form Board Certificates are provided by the City) 3. A final post-construction topographical survey must be provided before the Final Inspections can be scheduled. .Ir, ~(,) 11\ y . S-) r\~ OHL., ~ Page 2 of 2 The surveys must be original document; prepared by a licensed surveyor; signed, sealed, and dated; drawn to scale; and should be of sufficient size and clarity to indicate the location, nature, and extent of the new work and the existing structures on the site. The surveys must also show the locations and dimensions of the following: all impervious surfaces, pavers (new and previously existing, not removed by construction), setbacks, distances from lot lines, finished floor elevation, street address, site drainage patterns, and established finished grades. Where on-site stormwater retention is required, elevations must be shown to fully define the retention areas. All elevations should reference NAVD 1988 and the elevation and location of the benchmark for the survey should be indicated. If the structure is located in a flood zone, please provide finish floor elevations for all floor levels, including garages, enclosures, and habitable spaces. Additionally, a preliminary FEMA Elevation Certificate is required before the slab is poured and a final Elevation Certificate is required before final C.O. inspection, per FEMA and NFIP Guidelines. Other features to be shown include flood zone boundary lines, base flood elevations (BFE), flood ways, the Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL), all easements, storm water retention areas, all storm water requirements of COAB, Land Development Regulations, Section 24-66 and any other development features. All fill dirt must be approved by Public Works before delivery. The pre-construction, form board, and final post-construction surveys are important documents for ensuring adequate drainage throughout neighborhoods, code compliance, and archiving this information in the permanent record. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter. DJA 5/9/2018, 10/02/2018 POOL20-0036 Building Permit Application ~ City of Atlantic Beach Building Department 800 Seminole Road , Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 Phone: (904) 247-5826 Email : Building-Dept@coab.us Updated 10/9/18 **AU INFORMATION HIGHLIGHTED IN GRAY IS REQUIRED. Job Address: ?;'03 =r:' 5:t A--+:l~ic f3:a:1:J , Ek 522::33 Permit Number: _________ _ Legal Description ~ -Id l1.R-2S-£1 E kt:l&r+c 8e:¥ki I Lo±::4 e,Y:( l 2 RE# 11mz:t-00 /0 Valuation of Work (Replacement Cost) $ i±:~:ZI 5 .00 Heated/Cooled SF _____ Non-Heated/Cooled ____ _ • Class of Work: ~w □Addition □Alteration □Repair □Move □Demo □Pool □Window/Door • Use of existing/proposed structure(s): □Commercial uirl(esidential • If an existing structure, is a fire sprinkler system installed?: □Yes &?N o osed ro·ect? D Y Describe in detail the type of work to be performed: vow,,,4 ~1111m1i rx:v/ , 11'1 Florida Product Approval # ___________________ for multiple products use product approval form Prope Owner Information Nam Address 30;5 :7-#1 5± • City4-µ._~~~s;;..-'-i~~----State f 1.--Zip =3ZZ3~ Phone /2iXP )l.R11-fi27 2- E-M Owner Contractor Info · ney or Agency Letter Required) ___________________ _ ...-=~~1.¥-!I-..J..6~~~,L_----Quaru~t 'fovi~kl k2("dJ -'---"-~~~~~"'--'::l:'r-:::.--------City ~C ~ State f L--1 Zip :SZZ.:32 Job Site Conta,ct N~umb r I State Certification/Registration# .-.-""'..L..1..,,,_ .......... .:::::;.,._,___ E-Mail V-~ I'S _?no_S. Dq Architect Name & Phone# ______________________ ·__;::_) ___________ _ Engineer's Name & Phone# ____________________ ~1:.__ ____________ _ Workers Compensation Insurer _______________ OR Exempt rt' Expiration Date _______ _ Application is hereby made to obtain a permit to do the work and installations as indicated. I certify that no w ork or installation has commenced prior to the issuance of a permit and that all work will be performed to meet the standards of all the laws regulating construction in this jurisdiction. I understand that a separate permit must be secured for ELECTRICAL WORK, PLUMB IN G, SIGNS, WELLS, POOLS, FURNACES, BOILERS, HEATERS, TANKS, and AIR CONDITIONERS, etc. NOTICE: In addition to the requirements of this pe rmit, there may be additional restrictions applicable to this property that may be found in the public records of this county, and there may be additional permits required from other governmental entities such as water management districts, state agencies, or federal agencies. OWNER'S AFFIDAVIT: I certify that all the foregoing information is accurate and that all work will be done in compliance with all applicable laws regulating construction and zoning. WARNING TO OWNER: YOUR FAILURE TO RECORD A NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT MAY RESULT IN YOUR PAYING TWICE FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO YOUR PROPERTY. IF YOU INTEND TO OBTAIN FINANCING, CONSULT WITH YOUR LENDER OR AN ATTORNEY BEFORE R ORD G YOUR NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT. (Signature of Owner or Agent) Signed and sworn to (or affirmed) befor me t?·s 2D day of $eC): , ci _t:z:O , by;..,... ~~.,u£b~:k:----:--:--- <::±±ee,-sonally Known OR [ ] Produced identification Type of Identification: _____________ _ ~~re of Contractor) is 2.o day of POOL20-0036 TREE & VEGETATION AFFIDAVIT City of Atlantic Beach Community Development Department 800 Seminole Road Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 (P) 904-247 -5 800 SITE INFORMATION ADDRESS 303 9th St Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 SUBDIVISION 03101 ATLANTIC BEACH FOR INTERNAL OFFICE USE ONLY PERMIT# ______ _ BLOCK 12 LOT 4 RE# 170029-0010 (gJ RESIDENTIAL 0 COMMERCIAL 0 OTHER APPLICANT INFORMATION NAME Kara Waite PHONE# (206)617-5272 ADDRESS 303 9th St CELL # --------- CITY Atlantic Beach STATE FL ZIP CODE 32233 EMAIL (gJ OWNER 0 LEGAL AUTHORIZED AGENT -------------------- I affirm that I have reviewed the provisions of Chapter 23, "Protection of Trees and Native Vegetation", of the Municipal Code of Ordinances for the City of Atlantic Beach Florida and/or I have participated in a pre- application meeting with the Administrator of those regulations. Subsequently, I affirm that no regulated trees and no regulated vegetation w ill be damaged, destroyed and/or removed from the above-described property and/or adjacent properties including right-of-way. I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ALL INFORMATION PROVIDED IS CORRECT: Signature of Property Owner(s) or Authorized Agent ~o -======= S~ URE f APPLICANT Kara Waite PRINT OR TYPE NAME SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT (2) Signed and sworn before me on this ~ ~<h,,r ~ "1 LoS k PRINT OR TYPE NAME dayof SeW-- Identification verified: _____________________ _ Oath Sworn~ D No DATE DATE Stateof F<----'-------- County of [;)uv ...... I ---~'q~~,I\Y.~~~;;--. KAY KEEL SMITH My Commission expire f:.( L \:} Commission # GG 129904 • •• _.,,~ ..... 0-.,-. • .-ove moer J , 021 04 TREE AND VEGETATIONAFFIDAVIT03 .01 .2018 '••,/;~.'..\·•·· Bonded Thru Troy Fain lnsurallte 800 -3S5-?0lg Simplified Total Dynamic Head {TOH} Calculation Worksh7::1 CALCULATIONS MUST BE PER ANSI /APSP /ICC 7-13 & FBC-R R45 0 1 .6 The Contractor is responsible t he accu racy of the Work sheet Determine Maximum System Flow Rate Minimum Flow Ra te Required: 35gpm per skimmer (require d : 1 s k immer per 800 sq ft of s urf. are a) 1. Calculat e Pool Volume 4 50 X LI, 5 X 7.48 (gal./cubic foot)= J 55 D() (Surface Area) (Avg Depth) { _ (Volume in Gallons) 2. Determine preferred Turnov er Time in Hours: __ \...O, __ X 60 (min/ hour)= 3Gi0 (Hours) (Turnover;n min) 3. Determine Max Flow Rate I 5 'S"DD / 3 l.52-D + 0 = l.j Y t::rP/Y\ )...--... ':' (Volume in Gallons) (Turnover in Min) (Pool Flow Rate) (System Flow Rate) 4. Spa Jets: _~ __ X _~--"-"-'--GPM per jet=-~~~ ___ flow rate (No of Jets) QetFlow) (Total Jet Flow Rate) (For Single Pump poo l/spa combo , use the higher of No. 3 or No. 4 in the following calculations for the pool & Spa ) Determine Pipe Sizes: 2'• Branc h P ip in g to be ----"'~=----in ch to keep velocity @ 6 fps max. a t / 00 g pm M axi m um S yste m Flow Rate 2'' o Suc tion Pipi ng to be _,a:,.....,_ __ inc h to keep velocity @ 8 f ps max. a t 1.QQ_ gpm M axi mum Syste m Flow R ate :\'' 0 Re turn P ip in g to be __.~~--in c h t o ke e p v e locity @ 10 f ps max. a t J.QQ_ g pm Max imum S yste m Fl ow Rate Determine Simplified TDH: 1 1. Di s ta nce fr om pool , to pump in Ft: d-.0 2 . Fri c ti o n loss (i n su ction pipe) in 3 1 1 inch pipe pe r 1 t.@ gpm =} CO (fro m pi pe fl ow/fri c ti o n loss c hart) '"'I I I 3. F ricti on loss (in re turn pipe) in -°'~--inch pipe pe r I t.@ gpm = lCO (fro m pi pe fl ow/fri ctio n loss c hart) 4. d-.0 X ,C)L\ == 0 .'6 (Length of Suction Pipe) (Ft of head/I ft of Pipe) (TOH Suction Pipe) ~o x --&....t L....>.1 O..___ __ = -~~-5. (Length of Suction Pipe) (Ft of head/I ft of Pipe) (TOH Suction Pipe) Fl o w and Fri ction Loss Pe r Foot (Schedule 4-0 pvc Pipe) Velocity • Feet Per Second Pi~Slze 6FPS SFPS 10 FPS 15• 37&pm 0 .08' soapm .14' 62gpm 2· 62£pm 0.06' 82epm .10· 103gpm 2 .s · BBapm 0 .05' 1171pm .08' 148gpm 3" 136gpm 0 .04' 1811pm .07' 227gpm Selected Pump and Main Dra in Cover: .21· .16' .13' .10' TDH in Piping d. · g Filter los s in TD H (fro m filter data s heet)_..:.../ =5":..-_ He ater loss in TDH (from h eater d a t a s heet)_.._) ..;:;5 __ Total all other loss _ _,Q.._,__ __ Total Dynamic Head (TDH) 3a · i Pump s ele ction .I"N~e/ Ii -+lo VS F-305L) u s ing pump curve fo r TDH & Sy stem Flow Ra te (Pump model and size in HP) Ma in Dr ain Co v er CM P /vO VA (System Flow Ra t e must n o t e xceed a pprov e d c over flo w r a tes ) (Pump m odel and size in HP) Note s: Minimum system flow b ased on minimum flo w per s kimmer of 3 5 gpm. Determine the Number and Type ofReguired In-floor Suction Outlets: (Check all that a pply) 1, tB---0 -3 ' -0 7 ¾ suction outlets@ / DO gpm max. flow (see note 2) D 0 0 0 _____ suction outlets @ _____ gpm max. flow (see note 3) D .__ _____ ...., ______ channel drai n @ gpm w / ___ ports (see note 4 ) TOH Calculation Options {For each Pump) Check one ~ Simplified Total Dynamic Head (STDH) Complete STDH Worksheet -Fill in all blanks □ Total Dy namic Head (TDH) Complete Program or other calcs. Fill in required blanks on worksheet & attach calculations □ Maxi mum Flow Capacity of the new or replacement pump Notes: 1. If a variable speed pump is used, use the max pump low in calculations 2. For side wall drains, use appropriate side wall drain flow as published by manufacturer 3. Insert manufacturer's name and approved maximum flow 4. See installation instructions for number of ports to be used 5. In-Floor suction outlet cover/grate must conform to most recent edition of ASME/ ANSI AllZ.19.8 and be embossed with that edition a pproval 6. Pump, Filter and Heater make and model cannot change, and equipment location cannot be move closer the pool without submitting a revised plan and TOH calculation worksheet for aooroval Velocity -Feet Per Second Pipe Size 6 FPS 8 FPS 10 FPS 1 .5" 37 gpm 0.08' 50gpm .14' 62gpm .21' 2" 62 gpm 0.06' 82 gpm .10" 103 gpm .16' 2.5" 88gpm 0 .05' 117 gpm .08' 148gpm .13 ' 3" 136 gpm 0.04' 181 gpm .07' 227 gpm .10' 4" 234 gpm 0.03' 313 gpm .05' 392 gpm .07' 6" 534 gpm 0.02' 712 gpm .03' Print Name ~p C, \ 0 \. S ] Y ~ q Telephone Number ANSI/ APSP /ICC Worksheet Swimming Pool Energy Efficiency Compliance Information Note: These Requirements Apply ONLY to the Filtration Pump Maximum Filtration Flow Rate Calcutlations Pool Water Voume 1656(:>7 360 = ~ gpm = filtration flow rate l s there an Auxiliary load on the filtration pump? Yes_ NOJL If so, what is the auxiliary fl ow rate opm Maximum Flow Rate 1.-\j gpm (maximum auxiliary pool loads or the filtration flow rate , whichever is greater. The poolfiltratio11flow rate shall not be greater than the rate needed to turn over the pool water volume in 6 hours or 36 gpm whichever is greater. This means that for pools of less than 13000 gallons, the pump shall be sized to have a flow rate of 36 gpm or less. -2" Suction Pipe size @ 6 fps __ :::J __ inch Return Pipe size @ 8 FPS ;),'' inch Filter Factors: (Cartridge .375) or (D.E 2) or (Sand 15 ) /00 .~,S = ;L(r.O (flow rate) Filter Make/Size .4,.4....,..__._._..,_,_,.___....._ ....... ...._..c.,_ ____ _ Backwash valve? Yes __ No ()<.__ (if yes, must be 2 inch min) Pump Selection from APSP database on Curv~ gallons) or C (greater than 17000 gallons) (c ircl e one) Mode1::LN.k)l,•f\ D VS f 3D SD How Rate (low s peed) / 0 opm @ f <NO rpm How Rate (high speed) / OC> gpm @ :tiX) rpm not require if no auxi liary load on filtration pump Pump Controls / Standard tim e clock / 2 speed time clock_/_ nor other __ _ Heater Model ________________ _ Notes: suction piping in front of pump inlet must be 4 pipe diameters in length. Must h ave 18" of straight pipe after the filter for solar. Swimming Pool Specifications for: Owner: _____________________ _ Address ___________________ _ City, State, Zip ________________ _ p s 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 0 0 2 .3 4.6 6 .9 9.2 11.5 13.9 16.2 18.5 20.8 23.1 25.4 27.7 30 32.3 34.6 37 39.3 41 .6 43.9 46.2 48.5 50.8 53.1 55.4 57.8 60.1 62.4 64.7 67 69.3 71.6 73.9 76.2 78.5 80.9 Total Head In Feet Conversion Chart Inches Mercury (Vacuum Gauge) 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 2.3 4 .5 6.8 9 11 .3 13.6 15.8 4 .6 5.8 9 .1 11.4 13.6 15.9 18.1 6.9 6 .1 11.4 13.7 15.9 18.2 20.4 9 .2 11.5 13.7 16 18.2 20.5 22.8 11.5 13.8 16 18.3 20.5 22.8 25.1 13 .8 16.1 18.3 20.6 22.8 25.1 27.4 16.1 18.4 20.6 22.9 25.2 27.4 29.7 18.4 20.7 23 25.2 27.5 29.7 32 20.7 23 25.3 27.5 29.8 32 34.4 23.1 25.3 27.6 29.8 32.1 34.3 36.6 25.4 27.6 29.9 32.1 34.4 36.7 38.9 27.7 29.9 32.2 34.5 36.7 39 41 .2 30 32.2 34.5 36.8 39 41.3 43.5 32.3 34.5 36.8 39.1 41 .3 43.6 45.9 34.6 36.9 39.1 41.4 43.6 45.9 48.2 36.9 39.2 41.4 43.7 45.9 48.2 50.5 39.2 41 .5 43.7 46 48.3 50.5 52.8 41.5 43.8 46.1 48.3 50.6 52.8 55.1 43.8 46.1 48.4 50.6 52.9 55.1 57.4 46.2 48.4 50.7 52.9 55.2 57.4 59.7 48.5 50.7 53 55.2 57.5 59.8 62 50.8 53 55.3 57.6 59.8 62.1 64.3 53.1 55.3 57.6 59.9 62.1 64.4 66.6 55.4 57.7 59.9 62.2 64.4 66.7 69 57 .7 60 62.5 64.5 66.7 69 71 .3 60 62.3 64.5 66.8 69.1 71 .3 73.6 62.3 64.6 66.8 69.1 71.4 73.6 75.9 64.6 66.9 69.2 71.4 73.7 75.9 78.2 66.9 69.2 71.5 73.7 76 78.2 80.5 69.3 71 .5 73.8 76 78.3 80.5 82.8 71 .6 73.8 76.1 78.3 80.6 82.9 85.1 73.9 76.1 78.4 80.7 82.9 85.2 87.4 76.2 78.4 80.7 83.1 85.2 87.5 89.7 78.5 80.7 83 85.3 87.5 89.8 92 80.8 83.1 85.3 87.6 89.8 92.1 94.4 83.1 85.4 87.6 89.9 92.2 94.4 96.7 16 18 18.1 20.3 20.4 22.7 22.7 25 25 27.3 27.3 29.6 29.6 31.9 31 .9 34.2 34.3 36.5 36.6 38.8 38.9 41 .1 4 1.2 43.4 43.5 45.8 45.8 48.1 48.1 50.4 50.4 52.7 52.7 55 55 57.3 57.4 59.6 59.7 61.9 62 64.2 64.3 66.5 66.6 58.9 68.9 71.2 71.2 73.5 73.5 75.8 75.8 78 78.1 80.4 90.5 82.7 82.8 85 85.1 87.3 87.4 89.6 89.7 92 92 94.3 94.3 96.6 96.6 98.9 98.9 101.2 * NOTE: FIELD TOH MUST BE EQUAL TO OR HIGHER THAN THE CALCULATED TOH . ** GAGES TO BE INSTALLED AT THE TIME OF FINAL INSPECTION FOR VERIFICATION . Revision Request/Correction to Comments City of Atlantic Beach Building Department 800 Seminole Rd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 **ALL INFORMATION HIGHLIGHTED IN GRAY IS REQUIRED. Phone: {904) 247-5826 Email: Building-Dept@coab.us PERMIT #: Pool 20-0036 IZJ Revision to Issued Permit OR 0 Corrections to Comments Date: 11 /13/2020 Project Address: _3_03_9_t_h_st ________________________________ __; Contractor/Contact Name: RD Gray Island Pools -------------------------------- Contact Phone: (904) 334-5421 Email: rd@islandpools.org ------------- Description of Proposed Revision / Corrections: topo survey attached I_R_D_G_r_a~y_ls_la_n_d_P_oo_ls _______ affirm the revision/correction to comments is inclusive of the proposed changes. (printed name) ;jfl~~ropose evision/corrections add additional square footage to origina l submittal? ~ ~ es (additional s.f. to be added: ____________ ) •~~~~rop~ revision~c_orrec~ions ad~ addi_ti~nal increase in building value to original submittal? ~ ~*Yes (add1t1onal increase m bu1ldm alue: $_=--=====::,r-__ ) (Co ntractor must sign if increase in valuation) *Signature of Contractor/ Agent : ---t~--===--~,.....=~---==----------- (Office Use Only) i' Approved D Denied D Not Applicable to Department Permit Fee Due$ _____ _ Revision/Plan Review Comments _____________________________ _ Department Review Required: Building Planning & Zoning Tree Administrator Public Works Public Utilities Public Safety Fire Services Reviewed By Date Updated 10/1 7/18 Revision Request/Correction to Comments **ALL INFORMATION HIGHLIGHTED IN GRAY IS REQUIRED. City of Atlantic Beach Building Department 800 Seminole Rd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 Phone: (904) 247-5826 Email: Building-Dept@coab.us PERMIT #: _____________________ Revision to Issued Permit OR Corrections to Comments Date: ________________ Project Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________ Contractor/Contact Name: ____________________________________________________________________________ Contact Phone: ______________________________ Email: _________________________________________________ Description of Proposed Revision / Corrections: __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ I_______________________________ affirm the revision/correction to comments is inclusive of the proposed changes. (printed name)  Will proposed revision/corrections add additional square footage to original submittal? No Yes (additional s.f. to be added: _____________________________)  Will proposed revision/corrections add additional increase in building value to original submittal? No *Yes (additional increase in building value: $____________________) (Contractor must sign if increase in valuation) *Signature of Contractor/Agent: _______________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ (Office Use Only) Approved Denied Not Applicable to Department Permit Fee Due $_______________ Revision/Plan Review Comments_______________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Department Review Required: Building _____________________________________________ Planning & Zoning Reviewed By Tree Administrator Public Works Public Utilities _____________________________________________ Public Safety Date Fire Services Updated 10/17/18 □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ oolguard® IMPORTANT OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL HELPFUL HINTS & TIPS "MEETS REQUIREMENTS OF ASTM SAFETY SPECIFICATION F 2208" CE@ • MODEL PGRM - 2 85dB Horn at 10 Feet This product has been designed to aid in the detection of unwanted intrusions into unsupervised pools. POOLGUARD IS A SAFETY ALARM SYSTEM AND NOT A LIFE SAVING DEVICE. "This device is not intended to replace any other safety consideration -i.e., adult supervision, lifeguards, fences, gates, pool covers, locks, etc., and some devices may not detect gradual entry:' GENERAL POOLGUARD is the result of quality design and manufacturing techniques that are a standard at PBM Industries, Inc.; a company dedicated to high quality products. POOLGUARD is a result of that dedication and we guarantee and stand behind the POOLGUARD alarm system. POOLGUARD Pool Alarms have been tested and comply to the ASTM Safety and Performance Standard for Pool Alarms, ASTM F 2208, see insert. POOLGUARD is an electronic monitoring system that automatically sounds an alarm when children or pets fall into your unsupervised pool. POOLGUARD is a portable, self-contained, lightweight unit that is safe and simple to operate. Entry into the pool will be detected by the unit's electronic sensor, triggering a loud pulsating alarm and an internal RF transmitter. The remote receiver will receive the transmitted signal and sound an alarm within the home. INSPECTION POOLGUARD is packaged in a shipping carton that minimizes the chance of damage due to handling. Check for damage and confirm that the con- tents of the carton include the following items: • POOLGUARD Unit • Handle • Remote Receiver and Power Supply • Operating Instructions Manual • Warranty and Registration Card If an item is missing, contact either the place of purchase or PBM Industries, Inc. for replacement. CARE AND HANDLING POOLGUARD is constructed from sturdy plastic to withstand the adverse moisture environment of a swimming pool. Care needs to be taken when handling to ensure against being dropped, kicked, etc. Also, be sure to remove the pool unit and set it away from activity in the upright position when the pool is being used, (See Figure 1 }. If the pool unit accidentally falls into your pool, remove it immediately and drain the water from it. Take the unit apart as indicated in the Battery Replacement Procedure and remove the battery. Tip and shake unit and remove all excess water from inside the unit and the battery, and the circuit board area with a paper towel or cloth. Completely test unit before each use as described in manual to ensure proper operation. (Remember to always remove the pool unit from the pool while swimming and set it aside away from pool activity}. •----------- ATTACHING HANDLE The two handle screws are located in the top of the alarm, remove them and attach the handle, (See Figure 1 ). INSTALLING YOUR ALARM RESET/SLEEP SWITCH (SEE FIGURE 1) RESET: When the pool unit is installed in the pool and the horn is sounding; press the reset/sleep switch once to silence the alarm. SLEEP MODE: When the pool unit is removed from the pool and the horn is sounding; press and hold the reset/sleep switch for 3 seconds to silence the alarm. The pool unit will automatically wake up when it is installed into the pool. THE POOL UNIT WILL NOT GO INTO SLEEP MODE ONCE IT IS INSTALLED IN THE POOL! SILENT INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL FEATURE • The poolguard system will sound an alarm (Horn will sound) when you install or remove the pool unit from your pool. If you would like the poolguard system not to sound an alarm (horn will not sound) when you install or remove the pool unit from your pool, follow the directions below. 1.SILENT INSTALLATION (HORN WILL NOT SOUND) • Press and hold the reset/sleep switch for 3 seconds, until you hear the pool units horn chirp. Release the reset/sleep switch, you now have 15 seconds to gently and slowly install the pool unit into your pool without the horn sounding. POOLGUARD WILL INSTANTLY BE MONITORING YOUR POOL FOR AN INTRUSION. 2. SILENT REMOVAL (HORN WILL NOT SOUND) • Before removing the pool unit from your pool. Press and hold the reset/sleep switch for 3 seconds, until you hear the pool units horn chirp. Release the reset/sleep switch, you now have 5 seconds to remove the pool unit from your pool without the horn sounding. IMPORTANT: THIS DOES NOT TURN POOLGUARD OFF, IF THE POOL UNIT IS NOT REMOVED IT WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR YOUR POOL FOR AN INTRUSION. (Cont. on next page) e SILENT INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL FEATURE (Cont.) 3. POOLGUARD HAS DESIGNED THIS FEATURE FOR "ONLY"THOSE WHO HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF INSTALLING OR REMOVING THE ALARM FROM YOUR POOL! BATTERY INSTALLATION / REPLACEMENT (Battery not included) POOLGUARD is powered by a standard 9 -volt alkaline battery. To install or replace the battery: • Remove the screw from the bottom of the unit, {See Figure 1 ). • Carefully slide out electronics assembly; do not pull or jerk on internal hook up cable. (If necessary, gently shake unit to remove assembly.) • Remove old battery and check for leakage or corrosion. (Remove any leakage or corrosion if present before installing new battery.) • IMPORTANT: WHEN A 9V BATTERY IS FIRST INSTALLED IN THE POOL UNIT, THE HORN WILL SOUND. TO SILENCE THE ALARM PRESS AND HOLD THE RESET/SLEEP SWITCH FOR 3 SECONDS. THIS PLACES THE POOL UNIT IN SLEEP MODE. THE POOL UNIT WILL AUTOMATICALLY WAKE UP WHEN IT IS INSTALLED INTO THE POOL. • Install new battery by attaching snap connection and sliding into battery holder. • Slide electronics assembly into pool unit; do not pinch internal hookup cable. • Replace the screw, hand tighten until screw is all the way in and flush against the pool unit. To prevent possible damage, battery should be removed whenever storing the alarm, for an extended period of time. LOW BATTERY FUNCTION The POOL UNIT AND THE REMOTE RECEIVER will beep once approximately every 20 seconds to alert you that the battery is low in the pool unit and needs to be replaced. 0----------- HORN 85dB at 10 feet ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY l RESET/SLEEP SWI TCH HANDLE SCREWS "~--- - PLACEMENT IN YOUR POOL POOL UNIT FIGURE 1 UPRIGHT POSITION Figure 2 illustrates locations best suited for detecting intrusions from any area of the pool. If your pool is larger than 800 square feet, if you have more than 2 return lines, any concerns about the size, or if you have an irregular shaped pool or water features such as waterfalls, please call customer service to clarify the recommended number of alarms and locations for alarms: 1-800-242-7163. Poolguard Pool Alarms have been tested and comply to the ASTM Standard Specifications for Pool Alarms ASTM F 2208, in a 16' x 32' pool. POOLGUARD alarms can be used in pools up to 20' x 40' or 800 square feet. --LJ FIGURE 2 Pools 800 Square Feet and Smaller. (Cont. on next page) -----------• PLACEMENT IN YOUR POOL (Continued) POOLGUARD automatically compensates for variations in pool levels within the unit's operating range. The unit utilizes a sensing throat which projects into the water and is designed to operate in most pools with an in-wall skimmer. The sensing throat cannot be less than 2 inches, (See Figure 3), and not more than 7 inches into the water, POOLGUARD recommends that the sensing throat be approximately 4" in the water POOLGUARD can be used with SOLAR BLANKETS on the pool. POOLGUARD can also be used in spas. SENSING THROAT CANNOT BE LESS THAN 2" IN THE WATER, POOLGUARD RECOMMENDSTHAT THE SENSING THROAT BE APPROXIMATELY 4" IN THEWATER IMPORTANT ► SUPPORT BLOCK FIGURE 3 POOLGUARD may not function properly if your pool's water level is not maintained within the required levels of your alarm. Also, the unit may not operate effectively while certain types of automatic pool cleaners are in operation. Some irregular shaped decks may not provide a level foundation for the unit by the pool's edge. This minor problem can be overcome by appropriately supporting the unit, (See Figure 3). STABILIZING YOUR POOL ALARM The Alarm Stabilizing Pin (ASP) is factory installed onto your pool alarm. Tools needed to install your alarm are: One 5/16" masonry drill bit that can be found at your local hardware store, a drill, a pencil, a tape measure or yard stick. 1. Position your pool alarm so that the sensing throat is in the water and the ASP is touching the deck, (leave a small space no more than 3/8" between the sensing throat and the top edge of your deck or coping), (See Figure 4). 2. Mark with a pencil the spot where you wish to drill the hole for the ASP. 3. With the 5/16" masonry drill bit, drill a hole 2 1/4" inches deep, as straight as possible. (Cont. on next page) 0----------------- STABILIZING YOUR POOL ALARM (Continued) 4. Clean off the debris and install the alarm by placing the ASP into the 5/16" diameter by 2 1 /4" deep hole. 5. Your Pool Alarm is now ready for use. If you have any questions or need help with installation, please give us a call at 1-800-242-7163. 6. Be sure to keep your ASP hole clean from debris and dirt so that your alarm will always lay flat on the pool deck when installed. REMEMBER THAT THE POOL UNIT MUST BE REMOVED FROM POOL BEFORE SWIMMING! ALARMS STABILIZING Pl SMALL SPACE, NOMOR~---- THAN 3/8" SENSING TH ROA-------• l WATER LEVEL MARK LOCATION FOR 5/16" DIAMETER & 21/4" DEEP HOLE IN DECK POOL DECK FIGURE 4 Sensing throat cannot be less than 2" in the water, POOLGUARD recommends that the sensing throat be approximately 4" in the water. TEST BEFORE USING To ensure effectiveness, test POOLGUARD every time you place it into the pool by performing the following procedure: •POOLGUARD DOES NOT HAVE AN ON/OFF SWITCH When the alarm is in the pool it is always in the ON position and cannot be turned off. When the alarm is out of the pool it is always in the OFF position. •To test your alarm push an object of appropriate volume and weight off the deck edge at the farthest location from the alarm. (A four (4) gallon jug of water or 3-one (1) gallon jugs of water tied together are ideal for testing.) The alarm should sound when the water action caused by the intrusion reaches the unit. It may take a few seconds for the alarm to react to the water action. (Cont. on next page) -----------• TEST BEFORE USING (continued) •After resetting the alarm and allowing time for the water action to settle, repeat the procedure from another point in the pool until you are confident of detection performance. •POOLGUARD includes a timer function which automatically resets the unit after the alarm has sounded for approximately 5 minutes. ADJUSTING YOUR RETURN LINE FITTINGS The POOLGUARD alarm should not be placed too close to a return line, also do not place POOLGUARD in a location in the pool where a return line is pointing in the alarms direction. Water turbulence may be too strong, falsely setting the alarm off or the water turbulence may interfere with the alarms ability to detect an intrusion. If you have more than 2 return lines please call customer service at 1-800-242-7163. It is very important in pools to adjust all the eyeball fittings on your return lines so that the water flow will not interfere with your pool alarm. Point all the eyeball fittings down and your pool will still circulate properly and this will allow POOLGUARD to function properly, (See Fgure 5). Pointing the eyeball fittings down also helps prevent algae growth. FIGURE 5 CORRECT INCORRECT 8,--------------- POOLGUARD REMOTE RECEIVER The POOLGUARD REMOTE RECEIVER has been integrated with the standard POOLGUARD unit to provide a wireless remote alert operating at distances of up to 200 feet. The POOLGUARD REMOTE RECEIVER sounds an alarm in the house when the POOLGUARD unit is activated at the pool.The remote system consists of the following functional elements: • A coded pulse receiver (Remote Receiver), (See Figure 6). • A standard wall outlet power supply, (See Figure 6). The REMOTE RECEIVER is a compact unit powered by a UL and CSA approved AC/DC power supply. The REMOTE RECEIVER can be placed on a table or a counter top inside the house. The pulse coded radio frequency signal is transmitted from the pool unit and is received and decoded to sound the remote receiver. The remote receiver will sound for an additional 3 seconds after the pool unit has been silenced. If the REMOTE RECEIVER beeps once approximately every 20 seconds, it is indicating that the 9v battery in the pool unit is low and needs to be replaced. After you have purchased your POOLGUARD alarm and you wish to add another remote receiver to your alarm system you can acquire one from PBM Industries, Inc. Contact PBM by phone or mail or contact your place of purchase. POWER SUPPLY • 85dB Horn at 1 0 feet ~ REMOTE RECEIVER FIGURE 6 ----------~o TO OPERATE YOUR REMOTE RECEIVER Try to locate your REMOTE RECEIVER in a convenient part of your house close to the pool. Avoid steel walls or any other large metal objects or obstructions that might interfere with the signal reception. The REMOTE RECEIVER has to be placed on the same level or a level above the pool in the house (do not place receiver in an underground basement). The ideal location for your REMOTE RECEIVER would be by a window overlooking your pool. Test your REMOTE RECEIVER in different locations in your house to find the best working place for your receiver. Connect the power supply to any 120V, electrical outlet and insert the jack into the receiver. Check that indicator light is on. Your REMOTE RECEIVER unit is now ready to receive a transmission from your POOLGUARD unit. DO NOT USE YOUR REMOTE RECEIVER OUTDOORS. 0----------- SWIMMING POOL SAFETY TIPS • Supervise children at all times. • Never permit swimming alone. Never leave a child alone, even to answer the telephone. • Always remove the entire solar cover from a pool before swimming. • Remember that alcohol and water safety do not mix. • Have your pool area fenced and the gate locked to prevent unauthorized entry to the pool, and install a gate alarm. • Lock and secure all doors in the house which permit easy access to the pool, and install a door alarm. • Have a responsible adult teach swimming and water safety to your children. • Maintain clean, clear water in the pool. • Do not swim during electrical storms. • Do not permit bottles, glass, or sharp objects to be used around the pool. •Ask your pool dealer how you can improve your pool safety -they will be glad to assist you. •Above all: remember that common sense, awareness, and caution will allow you to enjoy your pool. WARRANTY AND REPAIRS POOLG UARD is sold with a limited warranty to cover defects in parts and workmanship for three years from date of purchase, (retain proof of purchase). If POOLGUARD exhibits a defect, please call Customer Service at 1-800-242-7163. Unauthorized returns will not be accepted. Proper repair is only ensured when the unit is returned to the manufacturer. SEND CORRESPONDENCE TO: PBM INDUSTRIES, INC. P.O.BOX 658, NORTH VERNON, IN 47265 1-800-242-7163 This product has been designed to aid in the detection of unwanted intrusions into unsupervised pools. POOLGUARD IS A SAFETY ALARM SYSTEM AND NOT A LIFE SAVING DEVICE. ''This device is not intended to replace any other safety consideration -i.e., adult supervision, lifeguards, fences, gates, pool covers, locks, etc., and some devices may not detect gradual entry:' REV. 10/2007 -----------• HELPFUL HINTS AND TROUBLESHOOTING Poolside Unit roolguard® Powdool, FALSE ALARMS All pool alarms will false alarm on occasion for different reasons. False alarms can be minimized; however, it is important to remember that a false alarm is better than no alarm at all. WEATHER & WIND-POOLGUARD sets stationary on the deck of the pool so the wind will not effect the alarm unit itself. Wind may trigger a false alarm if it is strong enough or steady enough that it causes the water in the pool to rock or bounce up and down the pool wall. When the water in the pool moves up and down the POOLGUARD sensing throat, it may finally cause the alarm to sound. On extremely windy days when the pool water is rocking it is advised to remove the POOLGUARD from the pool. Light wind or rain will not effect the POOLGUARD alarm. Another false alarm occurs when the pool owner tries to install the alarm too soon after swimming. After swimming, the water in the pool will rock or bounce up and down the pool wall for some time depending on the size of the pool and the type of swimming activity. Before installing the alarm, after swimming, the pool must be given time to calm. Time will vary (around 10 to 30 minutes); once the pool owner sees that the pool water is no longer rocking up and down the pool wall, it is time to install the alarm. Certain automatic cleaners may set the POOLGUARD unit off in some cases. If the cleaner head or the cleaner hose hits the POOLGUARD alarm it may cause it to false alarm. Solutions to this problem are to use your cleaner at night and your alarm during the day. Another option would be to find a place around the pool where the cleaner does not interfere with the alarm. Certain water features such as waterfalls can cause POOLGUARD to false alarm. To avoid this problem do not install the POOLGUARD alarm too close to the water feature. If you are having a problem with any type of water feature call POOLGUARD at 1-800-242-7163. •----------- ALARM PLACEMENT The alarm should be on a flat, solid surface for best results. The throat of the unit is designed to work in most pools with an in-wall skimmer. The water level up on the throat is important and should be checked. The sensing throat cannot be less than 2 inches in the water, and not more than 7 inches into the water. POOLGUARD recommends that the sensing throat be approximately 4 inches in the water. POOLGUARD can be used with a solar cover; however, before removing the cover, the alarm should be taken out so it does not get pulled into the pool. ALARM TESTING Drop something of approximate size, weight and volume of the families smallest child, the farthest point away from the alarm. A four (4) gallon jug of water or 3 one (1) gallon jugs of water tied together are ideal for testing. Remember, when testing you must wait about 15 minutes between tests for the pool to calm. ALARM WILL NOT SOUND Be sure that a 9 volt battery has been installed properly. If you are testing and POOLGUARD does not alarm, be sure you are testing properly- putting your feet in the pool, splashing with your hands, making waves with a leaf skimmer, or dropping something into the pool that does not have the proper size, weight and volume will not set the POOLGUARD alarm off! Testing is very important and should be done correctly. CARE AND HANDLING POOLGUARD is made of sturdy, rigid vinyl PVC -UV rated. Because the alarm is electronic and mechanical great care should be taken not to drop the unit; like any other appliance, it may break. Sun and rain will not hurt the alarm. POOLGUARD is water resistant but not waterproof. Great care should be taken not to knock the alarm into the pool. If the alarm goes into the pool there are directions in the manual on how to dry it out, but more than likely it will have to be returned to the factory for service. Always remember to remove the alarm before using the pool. -------------• REMOTE RECEIVER When the unit at the pool alarms, the remote receiver will sound. Maximum Range for the remote is 200 feet from the poolside unit. Avoid placing remote in basements or close to metal walls. Be sure that the red light on the remote is on. Remember the poolside unit must be beeping (alarming) for the remote to work. If your remote receiver is not getting a clear signal or no signal from the poolside unit, try the following: Before plugging in the power supply, be sure to stretch out the cord; do not leave it tied in a bow as packaged. When you first plug in the remote it will give one short loud beep then stop. Your Remote Receiver is similar to a small portable radio. If your remote is not sounding when the poolside unit is sounding-move the remote to different locations and stand back for a few seconds for the remote to pick up the signal. You may only have to move your remote a little to the left or right to bring in the signal-in some cases you might have to move the remote to a different location or another room. If you cannot get a signal on your remote receiver CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE AT 1-800-242-7163 •----------- QUICK DO'S AND DON'TS • DO read the manual carefully • DO install a 9 volt battery • DO untie the bow on the power supply • DO test the alarm properly • DO carry your alarm by the handle • DO remove alarm before swimming • DO hold on to your red customer service card with our 800 service number • DON'T leave alarm in pool while swimming • DON'T drop your alarm, it may break • DON'T knock or let your alarm fall into the pool • DQN'T jnstall your alarm immediately after sw1mm1ng • DON'T use your alarm on extremely windy days -----------e Cover page 303 9th St Atlantic Beach FL 32233 Occupancy class R-3 FBC 2017 NEC 2017 1.Impervious calculations (Please refer to the Topo survey attached) 2.Building Permit Application 3.Proof of ownership 4.Notice of Commencement (to be filed) 5.Site survey 6.Site management plan 7.Site plan 8.TDH worksheet 9.Drain and entrapment prevention 10.Pool steel drawings 11.a-g equipment cut sheets 12. 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Easy access 1-1/2" drain 2" x 2-1 /2" plumbing For maximum flow; innovative side entry maximizes energy efficiency. Low-force clamp r ing Opens and closes easily for quick access to cartridge. Easy to remove and rinse cartridge For near effortless cleaning. Quick-connect union Quick-connect union with diamond seal assures easy installation and servicing. Unmatched hydraulic efficiency Nearly 50% more energy efficient than other singl e cartridge filters. Model Filter Area Vertical Filter Flow Rate Turnover Capacity (Gallons) Number Sq.Ft. Clearance* Diameter CCRP 100 100 61 ' 15.5" CCRP 200 200 76' 15.5" ♦PENTAIR GPM 100 150 150 8 hrs. 10 hrs. 12 hrs. 48 ,000 60 ,000 72 ,000 72,000 90,000 108 ,000 72.000 90 ,000 108,000 "Required clearance to re move f ilter elements Th• Clean & Clear" .. Cartridge Filter has ea rned tho Eco Se ·ect• brand distinction as one of the c:veenest and mos~ emc·ent choices :rom Pen:ai r. 1620 Hawkins Ave I Sanford. NC 27330 I United States I 800.831. 7133 I pentair.com All Pentair tradPmarks and logos are owned by Pentair p,c, or ore of its global afiliates. Clea, a. Clear-'. high-Flow"' ano Eco Scl<!ct• ure trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Pentair Water Pool ard Spa. inc. and/or ·tsaff'liated companies in ~he un·ted States and/or other countries. Because we are continuously ;moroving ow· prooJcts.and services Pe,ta·r rese~,;es tt'tc rght to c"ange speciflca~ions without prior notice. Penta· r s an eoua opportunity employer Pl-109 6/19 ©2019 Pentair Water Pool and Spa. Inc. All rights reserved INTELLIFLO ®VSF VARIABLE SPEED AND FLO W PUMP PRECISE FLOW CONTROL FOR THE HIGHEST ENERGY SAVINGS AND ULTIMATE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE. PERFORMANCE CURVES 100 90 80 Max. Speed ~--I I I @USO rpm .......... I OPERATING RANGE FOR I F LOW CONTROL r-,,.. r-.. 0 X N 70 0 s/ieed4 ....... ......... @ 110rpm ' ..... U: 60 .!: ......... ' , ....... .... -0 "' .. 50 X u r"'-,,. 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All Pent air trademarks and logos are owned by Pentair plc. lnteliiFfo• EasyTouch*. lntc11iT0Jcl'\•. Screenlogic21 and Eco Se ect• are registoreo traoemarks of Perta:r Water Pool and Spa. inc ard/or its affiliated companies in :he ~r,ited Sta-::cs aio/or ott\e .. co.;ntries. Because we are co,tinuous y imp"ov·.,g our products a~d serv·c~s Penta·r ,.eserves rtie right to charge specif"cations w1:hout orior notice. Penta ·r is a n equal opportunity employer. Pl·',13 2/19 ©7019 Penra·rwater Pool and Spa. Inc. Al rights reserved. 9 c@• 7-3/4" NOVA POOL DRAINS :MP 25513-26X, 25513-4XX, 25513-SXX, 25513-6XX, 255 15-SXX, 25516-26X ~5516-4XX, 25516-SXX, 25517-SXX, 25 539-SXX, 25539-6XX, 2SS48-SXX Read and keep these instructions for future reference. fot~Ori11nU•Onty ..,_ 1.s-..-111GPM(W<lU)/140GPM(Floofj 'l"• 118GPM (Wlill)/ 150GPM CRoo,) lk..7YNrS Floo<C<w.l \lGB-2008.. COMP[IANT ~lways plumb and install all suction fittings according to all buildling codes that apply in your area. NARNING : The suction fitting and fasteners should be ins pected for damage or tampering before each use of the fac ility. If the fitting/cover breaks, is d amaged, or is 11issing, shut the system down immediately. Missing, broken, or cracked suction fittings must be replaced before using this facility. Use of the system with damaged, oose, or missing covers may result in seri ous injury or death. NARNING: Never exceed the maximum allowable flow rate stated on the suction fitting. In the event that one suction outlet is completely blocked, the remaini ng ;uction outlet(s) servi ng that system MUST have a flow rating capable of the full flow of the pump(s) for the specific suction system . :AUTION: Children should never be left unattended at any t ime in a swi mmirn;i pool, spa, or bathtub. Be sure the temperature of the water never exceeds the 11anufacturer's re commendations. The maximum flow rating for t his suction fitting with 1.s• plumbi ng is 118 GPM (Wa ll) and 140 GPM (F loor). The maximum flow rating for this suction fitting with 2" ~~s;~i;J ;~/i~~t~l~a~:~~) i~~ :!~ ~;~o~:~n~tT~t:~~i~j~~i~~~~junc- 40 ~::~ ~~s~ tion with at least one other suction fitting per pump. DO NOT adapt suction fitting to any pipe size smaller than ASTM 1.5" SCH 40 PVC. Field built su m ps 20 ;hould be constructed per ANSI/APSP-16 Figure 2 (see below) found on page 5 of the Standard . Contact your local pool and spa profess io nal for all Ni£terizing instructions and recommendations. Open area of cover is 14.57 n . rools Needed: Phillips Head Screwdriver NSTALLATI ON INSTRUCTIONS I . Install sump provided or construct sump per ANSI/APSP-16 Figure 2 (s ee below) If mounting frame is provided, secure it in concrete or plaster. Use mounting sc rews to secure cover to frame o r sump. Omin. A • (.j O • fMfdt dlntttr of~ (b) Jrfl diJNMIOM shOIJfn M tJIINffilllftt,. (c) A br-. '"' L_J lnd<-lttS S'4JIH'td ~ump ~Ion. Resulcs may vary • this data IJ provided for referenct only. REPLACEMENT PARTS •Replace within 7 installed years or immediately upon evidence of degradation or damage. •x• indicates color us ing digits 0-9. see catalog for color reference 25513-26X Sump 2551 3-250-010 Plug 25513-250 -020 Cover 25539-7XX-0 11 Screw 61004-083-212 25513-6XX Sump 25513-110-010 Plug 25520-050-010 Cover 25539-7XX-011 O-Ring 261 00-580-355 Screw 61004-083 -212 25516-4XX Sump 25516-300-010 Extens ion 25516-000-020 Plug 25513 -300-020 Cover 25539-7XX-011 Screw 61 004-083-212 25539-SXX 25513 -4XX Sump 255 13 -300-010 Plug 25513-300-020 Cover 25539-7XX-01 1 Screw 61004-083-212 25515-SXX Sump 25515-010-01 0 Plug 25520-040-010 Co ve r 25539-7XX-011 Ring 255 32 -70X-000 Gasket 25 515-000-011 Reducer 25520-020-000 Screw 61051-052-028 25513-SXX 25513 -0 10-010 25520-050 -010 25539-7)()(-011 Sump Plug Cover O-Ring Screw 26100-580-355 61004-083-212 25 516-26X Sump 2S516-250-010 Ext ension 255 16-000-020 Plug 255 13 -250-020 Cover 25539-7XX-011 Screw 61004-083-212 25516-SXX 25517 -SXX Sump 25516-000-010 Sump 25518-000-010 Extens ion 25516-000-020 Cover 25539-7XX-01 1 Plug 25520-050-010 Screw 61050-048-025 Cover 25539-7)()(-011 O-Ring 26100-580-35 5 Screw 61004-083-212 25539-6XX 25548-SXX JSTALLATION NOTES: Mount suction outlets on the wall or floor. DO NOT locate suction outlets on Frame Cover 25539-000-020 Frame 25539 -7XX-0 11 Cover 61004-083-212 Screw 25539-100-010 Ring 25539 -7XX-011 Cover 6 1054-048-019 Sc rew 25532-70X-000 25539-7XX-011 61004-083-212 !ating areas or on backrests for seati ng areas . Screw Always use multiple suction outlets. DO NOT use with si ngle drain applications. se with single drain appl ications will void any and all warranties. When using two or more suction fittings on a common suction line, suctions must be separated by a m in i mum of 3 ft or they must be located on two different anes (i.e. one on floor and one on the wall). To reduce the risk of drowning from hair and body entrapment, install suction fittings with a marked flow rate in gallons per minute that exceeds the flow rate of ,ur system by at least 25%. Increasing size of the pump may increase flow rate of suction beyond rated safety li mits causing entrapment or death. CMP drain covers are only certified for use with CMP sumps and frames. Do not mismatch with parts from other manufactu re rs. &_DANGER Hair or body parts blocking the spa or pool suctions may become t rapped and held against the suction fitting. Keep hair and clothing a mini mum of 12 inches from all su ction fittings and drains at all times. Entrapment against the suction fittings can resu lt in drowning or other severe injury. Nev er sit on or l ean up against suction fittings. 713sb CUS TOM MOLDED PRODUCTS I 36 HERRING ROAD, NEWNAN, GA 30265 I www.c-M -PCOtv FL O W TH R U S P A NO SK I M M . l l R SK I M M E R TY r lC A L GR . FO R # 3 RE B A R , 2' OU T WI T H #8 C U T O P UM P ~ - - - - - . . L . - - - l ' - - - - - - - . . L . - - ' - - - - - ~ ' - - - - - - , OP T l O N A L DE C K W / I ~ " r! T C H I N l0 ' OP T I O N A L 1 2V L I G II T W/ T R A N S . ¾" BR A S S OR PV C (S E E NO T E S ) SW I M - O U T OR LA D D E R RE Q U I RE D (G R / # 8 CU ) WH l ! R I ! 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AS T M A3 ~ 5 S tr u ct u r a l su b j e c t to su it a b l e so il co n di t i o ns . PE R CO N T R A C T FI N I S H ½" MA R C I T E O R EX J ' O S ED A GG R E G A T E PO O L / S P A , DE C K , BE A M , WA L L , FL O O R N .T. S . RA J L OP T I O N A L > MA J N DR A I N RE Q U l R E (T A M P E R PR O OF / S E E N OT E S ) > LI G H T I N G & BO N D I N G SA M E AS rO O L > NO LI M I T A T I O N S ON S H A P E FLORIDA BUI L DING CODE R4501 TH E POOL CONTRACTOR I S RESPONSIBLE FOR FURN T SHJNG ALL D E TAI L DESIGN REQUTREMENTS FOR E ACH INDIVID UAL POOL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FLORIDA BUILDING CODE, AND ALL C ONSTR UCT IO N SHALL M EET ALL APPLICABL E C ODES f NCLUDING P LU MBING , ELECTRICAL AND GAS. P IPIN G SHALL BE SCH. 40 PVC , NSFpw, MAX. PRESSURE VELOCIT Y 1 0 FPS, SUCTION 6 FPS. THE POOL PLAN SHALL SHOW THE DESIGN PLUMBING AS PER THE SAMPLE WITH THE INFORMATION REQU I RED SHOWN. MAIN DRAIN PLUMBING SHALL BE TWO DRAJNS SEPARATED BY 3' WlTH APPROVED ANSI/ASME Al 12.19.8.2009 COVERS. AS AN AL TERNA TE TH E APPROVED DRAlNS MAY BE PLACED ON DIFF ERENT PLANES. THE TWO DRAJNS SHALL HA VE A COMMON SUC TI ON LINE. SUCT I ON GRATES MAY BE U SED IF APPROVED AT A MAXIMUM OF I ½ FPS AND THE SUCTION P I PING I S RECESSED FROM THE GRATE THE DISTANCE EQUAL TO THE SUCTION P IP E SIZE. SKJMMERS D O NOT REQUIRE PROTECTION AND M UST BE DESIGNED FOR A MINIMUM 25 gpm. GE N E R A L SP A PL A N N. T .S . THE FOLLO W ING SHALL BE LABELED WITH LABEL MARKERT APE AT THE FILTER LOCATION: PIPES, VAL YES, PlJMP(S ) OFF S WIT CH. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS: . WIRING AND BONDING AND ALL EL ECTRJCAL TO COMPLY WITH CHAPTER 42, FLORJDA BUlLDlNG CODE 6T H EDIT I ON-RESIDENTIAL AND NEC 201 4 . -N O OUTLET OR OVERHEAD POWER WITIIJN l O' IF WITHJN 15' PROTECT BY GF I , TRANSFORMERMJN . 10' FROM POOL, 8" ABOVE WATER. J BOX 4' FROM POOL, BRASS T O J BOX OR TRANSFORMER WlDCH EVER I S FTRST EXCEPT WHERE P VC I S APPROVED. SA M P L E ON L Y . EA C H AP PL I CA T I O N FOR PERMIT SHALL BE BA S E D ON A TO T AL DY N A M I C HEAD OF 60 ft. De t e r m i n e Sy s t e m F l ow Ra t e : Mi n i m u m F l ow R at e Re q u i r e d : 35 g p m pe r sk i m m e r (R e q u i r e d : I Sk i mm e r pe r 800 st) Po o l Vo l um e: __ 2 Q Q _ sq . ft x _ 4 _ _ av e d ep t h x 7. 4 8 1 ga l / c f = 1 5, 0 0 0 Tu rn ov e r Ti m e in Ho u r s : _Q _ _ _ h ou r s x 60 mi n ! b r = -3 . 6 . Q . _ mi n u t e s ga llon s Fl o w Ra t e : 1 5 .0 0 0 ga ll o n s / _3 . 6 0 , _ _ m in u t e s = _ A 2 _ gp m P l PE SI Z I N G CH A R T (M A ) ( J M U ! : f l P I PE SU C T I ON ~ I½ " 35 G rM 65 G P M 2" 60 10 5 2½ 90 14 7 3" 1 35 23 0 4" 23 5 39 6 FO R PO O L S WI T H VO L U M E - I 5 ,00 0 GA L S . P UM P : ST A R I T E P 6E 6 D L OR HA Y W A R D SU P E R J I ¾ HP 4 2 GP M 60 ' TU R N TU R N O V E R RA T E - 6 HO l J R S - 36 0 M I N S . F IL T E R : ST A R I T E PT M 50 , S 0 G P M O R HA Y WA R D C7 5 1 , 75 GP M C AP A C I TY MA I N OR A J N : HA Y W A R D W6 1 0 4 8 1 ! C LE A N E R : HA Y W A R D VA CL O C MA I N SU C TI O N P I PE SI Z E -2 ' . ' . _ SK I MM E R SU C T I O N PI P E SI Z E .. . . 2 : . . . CL E A N E R / V A C P I PE S I ZE .. . . ! t . RE T U R N SU C T I O N PI P E S I ZE k EQ U I P M E N T LO C A T I O N • MAIN DRAINS AS Ol' l 2-[9-08 ANSI/ASME Al 12.1 9.8-2007 POOL MIN. GRATE OPEN AREA -F LOW /17.8 F OR VELOC I TY 6'/SEC CLEA NER LINE RESID E NCE SPECIAL SPA REQUIRE MENTS : -MAXIMUM WATER DE PTH 4 ', MAXIMUM SEAT DEPTH 28",MAX. -FL OOR SLOPE 1 :12 -STE P S: MIN. TREAD 10" X 12 ", 7" MIN. RJSER. 1 2" MAX. RJ SE R EXCEPT THE BOTTOM STEP MAY BE 14" IF I T J S THE SEAT. INTERMEDIATE T READS AND RJSERS T O BE UNIFORM. IF T HE S PA J S OPERATED INTERMITTENTLY IT SHALL HA VE A ONE HOUR TURNOVER, IF CONT I NUOUS A SD< H OUR TURNOVER. .MA.XJMUM TEMPERATURE I 04 DEGREES. -M EE T ANSJ/NSPI ART I CLE XVI I , SAFETY INSTRUCTION/SAFETY S I GNS. -PRESSURE T EST PIPING AT 35 PSl FOR 15 MINUTES OR MEET LOCAL CODE IF GREATER. GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREME N TS -DESIGN, CONSTRUC TION AND WORKMAN S HIP S HAL L BE lN CONFORMJTY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF APSP/JCC 3, APSP/JCC 4 , APSP/JCC 5, AND APSP/ICC 6 AND APSP/JCC 7 BASED ON THE POOL TYP E. -SEE NSP I FOR DIVING WATER ENVELOPES. -S LIDES SHALL MEET TIIB MANUFACTURE'S INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS . -ALL POOLS WHETHER P UBLIC OR PRJV A TE SHALL BE PROVlDED WITH A LADDER OR STEPS IN THE SHALLOW END WHERE THE WATER D E PTH EXCEEDS 24 INC H ES (6 1 0 MM). IN PRJV A TE POOLS WHERE~ ATER DEPTH EXCEEDS 5 FEET ( 1524 MM) THERE SHALL BE LADDERS, S T AIRS OR UNDER WA TER BENCHES/ SW I M-OUTS lN THE DEEP END. WHERE MANUFACTURED D I VING EQUIPMENT I S TO BE USED, BENCHES OR SWlM-OUTS SHALL BE RECESSED OR LOCATED IN A CORNER. -CIRCULA TION SYSTEMS, COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENT SHALL COMPLY WITH N SF 50. . THE MAXIMUM TURNOVER RA T E I S 12 H OURS . -F ILTERS StlALL HA VE AN AIR RELEASE AND PRESSURE GAGE . -PUMPS 3 HP AND LESS SHALL MEET ANSI/UL! 081 CORROS IO N RES I ST ANT W ITH STRAINER AND MEET THE REQUIRED FLOW. -SURFACE SK I MMERS SHALL MEET NSF 50 AND THERE SHALL BE ONE FO R EVERY 800 SQUARE F EE T OF SURFACE AREA. -APPROVED MANUF ACUTRED INLET FITTNGS FOR THE RETURN OF REC IR CULA T ED POOL WATER SHALL BE P ROVIDED ON THE BASIS OF AT LEAST ONE PER 300 SQUARE FEE T (28 m2) OF SURF ACE AREA. SUCH INLET F ITTIN GS SHALL BE DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED TO INSURE AN ADEQUATE SEAL TO THE POOL STRUCTURE AND S H ALL IN CORPORA T E A CONVEN I ENT MEANS OF SEALlNG FOR PRESSURE TESTING OF THE POOL C IR CULAT I ON PIP IN G. WHEN MORE THAN ONE INLET I S REQUIRED, T HE SHORTEST DISTANCE BETWEEN ANY TWO REQU I RED INLETS SHALL BE AT LEAST IO FEET (3048 MM). -H E ATER SHALL MEE T ANSI-221.56 OR UL 1261 OR UL559. -DISINFECTANT EQUIPMENT SHALL COMPLY WITH NSF 50. -PR ES SURE T EST PIPING AT 35 PSI FOR 15 MINUTES OR M EET LOCAL CODE IF GREATER. -RESIDENTIAL SWIMMING BARRIER REQUIREMENTS TO M EE T SECTONS 454 .2.1 7 -WASTE D I SPOSAL TO CO MPLY WITH SECTION 4 54.2 .1 0 IT HAS BEEN CERTIFIED TIIA T THESE DES I GN REQUIREMENTS ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE F LO RJDA BUILDING CODE R4501, 6TH EDITON 454 .2-2017, ANSI/APSP/JCC 3, A N SI /APSP/JCC 4, ANSI/APSP/JC C 5, AND ANSI/APSP/JCC 6 AND ANSI/APSP/JCC 7 , ANSJ /APSP/J CC 14, ANSI /APSP/I CC 15. ISLANDP N83°13'36"E50.00' (P)N06°29'25"W 130.00' (P) S 0 6 ° 2 9 ' 2 6 " E 1 3 0 . 3 2 ' ( P ) N83°35'38"E50.28' (P)S83°36'52"W49.36' (M)50.00' (P) S P E C I F I C P U R P O S E S U R V E Y S U R V E Y O F : L O T 4 , B L O C K 1 2 , S U B D I V I S I O N " A " A T L A N T I C B E A C H , A C C O R D I N G T O T H E P L A T T H E R E O F , R E C O R D E D I N P L A T B O O K 5 , P A G E 6 9 O F T H E C U R R E N T P U B L I C R E C O R D S O F D U V A L C O U N T Y , F L O R I D A F O R : K A R A W A I T E L E G E N D G E N E R A L N O T E S : 1 . T H I S I S N O T A B O U N D A R Y S U R V E Y . 2 . B Y G R A P H I C P L O T T I N G O N L Y , T H I S P R O P E R T Y L I E S W I T H I N Z O N E " X " , A S S H O W N O N T H E F L O O D I N S U R A N C E R A T E M A P , C O M M U N I T Y P A N E L N O . 1 2 0 0 7 5 0 4 0 9 J , ( M A P N O . 1 2 0 3 1 C 0 4 0 9 J ) , W H I C H B E A R S A N E F F E C T I V E D A T E O F N O V E M B E R 2 , 2 0 1 8 , A N D I S N O T I N A S P E C I A L F L O O D H A Z A R D A R E A . N O F I E L D S U R V E Y I N G W A S P E R F O R M E D T O D E T E R M I N E T H I S Z O N E . Z O N E " X " D E N O T E S A R E A S D E T E R M I N E D T O B E O U T S I D E T H E 0 . 2 % A N N U A L C H A N C E F L O O D P L A I N . 3 . I M P R O V E M E N T S A N D U T I L I T I E S W E R E N O T L O C A T E D A S P A R T O F T H I S S U R V E Y , E X C E P T A S S H O W N H E R E O N . 4 . M E A S U R E M E N T M E T H O D S U S E D F O R T H I S S U R V E Y M E E T S T A N D A R D S O F P R A C T I C E F O R L A N D S U R V E Y I N G A S S E T F O R T H I N F L O R I D A A D M I N I S T R A T I V E C O D E C H A P T E R 5 J - 1 7 . 0 5 0 - . 0 5 2 R E Q U I R E M E N T S . 5 . N O B E A R I N G S S H O W N H E R E O N . P L A T O F R E C O R D D O E S N O T C O N T A I N A N Y A N G U L A R I N F O R M A T I O N . 6 . N O T E T H A T P L A T D I M E N S I O N S A R E O N L Y E X P R E S S E D T O T H E N E A R E S T F O O T A N D T O T H E N E A R E S T M I N U T E O F A N G L E . 7 . 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L B 6 5 0 8 2 4 2 6 P H I L I P S H I G H W A Y J A C K S O N V I L L E , F L O R I D A 3 2 2 0 7 ( 9 0 4 ) 8 8 6 - 0 0 7 1 ( 9 0 4 ) 8 8 6 - 7 1 7 4 F A X W W W . G H I O T T O . c o m J O H N S . T H O M A S P S . M . N o . 6 2 2 3 N O T V A L I D I M T H O U T T H E S I G N A T U R £ A N D T H E O R I G I N A L R A I S E D S l c A L O F A F L O R I D A L I C E N S E D S U R V E Y O R A N D M A P P E R N83°13'36"E50.00' (P)N06°29'25"W 130.00' (P) S 0 6 ° 2 9 ' 2 6 " E 1 3 0 . 3 2 ' ( P ) N83°35'38"E50.28' (P)S83°36'52"W49.36' (M)50.00' (P) S P E C I F I C P U R P O S E S U R V E Y S U R V E Y O F : L O T 4 , B L O C K 1 2 , S U B D I V I S I O N " A " A T L A N T I C B E A C H , A C C O R D I N G T O T H E P L A T T H E R E O F , R E C O R D E D I N P L A T B O O K 5 , P A G E 6 9 O F T H E C U R R E N T P U B L I C R E C O R D S O F D U V A L C O U N T Y , F L O R I D A F O R : K A R A W A I T E L E G E N D G E N E R A L N O T E S : 1 . T H I S I S N O T A B O U N D A R Y S U R V E Y . 2 . B Y G R A P H I C P L O T T I N G O N L Y , T H I S P R O P E R T Y L I E S W I T H I N Z O N E " X " , A S S H O W N O N T H E F L O O D I N S U R A N C E R A T E M A P , C O M M U N I T Y P A N E L N O . 1 2 0 0 7 5 0 4 0 9 J , ( M A P N O . 1 2 0 3 1 C 0 4 0 9 J ) , W H I C H B E A R S A N E F F E C T I V E D A T E O F N O V E M B E R 2 , 2 0 1 8 , A N D I S N O T I N A S P E C I A L F L O O D H A Z A R D A R E A . N O F I E L D S U R V E Y I N G W A S P E R F O R M E D T O D E T E R M I N E T H I S Z O N E . Z O N E " X " D E N O T E S A R E A S D E T E R M I N E D T O B E O U T S I D E T H E 0 . 2 % A N N U A L C H A N C E F L O O D P L A I N . 3 . I M P R O V E M E N T S A N D U T I L I T I E S W E R E N O T L O C A T E D A S P A R T O F T H I S S U R V E Y , E X C E P T A S S H O W N H E R E O N . 4 . 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L B 6 5 0 8 2 4 2 6 P H I L I P S H I G H W A Y J A C K S O N V I L L E , F L O R I D A 3 2 2 0 7 ( 9 0 4 ) 8 8 6 - 0 0 7 1 ( 9 0 4 ) 8 8 6 - 7 1 7 4 F A X W W W . G H I O T T O c o m J O H N S . T H O M A S P S . M . N o . 6 2 2 3 N O T V A L I D I M T H O U T T H E S I G N A T U R £ A N D T H E O R I G I N A L R A I S E D S l c A L O F A F L O R I D A L I C E N S E D S U R V E Y O R A N D M A P P E R POOL20-0036 Barriers per FBC2017 water alarms and fencing <1 .- t-- ~ "": - ... if ?t ~ l .S 6ft 13' 3 .5ft 12' 1 J' 11' : 1' 1' l/ r Pool beam elevation even with existing patio pool beam is 8"-9" 120V LED light IC40 with easy touch Intelliflo VS pump access on right side of house and will need pre grade maintain minimum setbacks verify equipment location before setting ccess is side Customer Name: ..:..T.:.:..im:.:......:.W.:....:a::..:.it=-=e=------.,.------:..., Address: 303 9th St City: Atlantic Beach State/Z ip : Phone: 206-617-5272 ···"•■r1,,.,..1 .. . E I { I • \! \: Cell: -------------- Em a ii: --------------A It e rn ate Contact: --------- Job #: -------------- POOL SPECS SIZE: 15x30 SQFT: 450 sft DEPlH:=3.5=---"'--6 ______ _ PERIMETER: =90'-"lft-'-------- EST TOTAL GALLONS: ____ _ SKIMMERS: .:..1 ______ _ RETIJRNS: "'-J ______ _ INTERIOR MATERIAL: ____ _ SPECIAL: _______ _ TILE'. ________ _ NOTES: __________________ _ SPA SPECS SIZE: ________ _ SQFT: _______ _ DEP-m: _______ _ PERIMETER: ______ _ EST TOT AL GALLONS: ____ _ SPILLWAY: ______ _ RAISED HEIGHT: _____ _ SKIMMERS: ______ _ RETIJRNS: _______ _ TILE: _______ _ INTERIOR MATERIAL; ______________ _ SPEC IAL: _________________ _ NOTES: __________________ _ PLUMBING RE71JRNS: ;::.,3 ______ _ SKIMMERS:~1 ______ _ POOL MAIN DRAINS: :..2 ____ _ SPA MAIN DRAINS: ____ _ CLEANING SYSTEM: =su=ct=ior"-1 ___ _ HEADS: _______ _ VAC LINES: ______ _ ROBOTVAC: ______ _ WATER FEATURES: _____ _ SPA SPILLWAY: _____ _ LIGHTS IN POO L: _____ _ LIGHTS IN SPA, _____ _ TOTAL PIPE: ________________ _ SPECIAL: _________________ _ NOTES: __________________ _ DECK DECK TYPE: Brick pavers ELEVATION: _______ . TOTAL DECK SQF'T: :::,:50:.:::...0 sa:,.:ft'------PERlMETER: ______ _ RAISED BEAM: ______ _ LIP STYLE: ______ _ MATERIAL l: ______ _ MATERIAL 2: ______ _ SPECIAL: _________________ _ NOTES: __________________ _ EQUIPMENT POOL PUMP: Intelli0o VS3050 2ND PUMP: ______ _ FILTRATION: =ca=rtr=id=ge'-------FILTER SIZE: =RP-=1=50'------- HEATER: INUNc: _______ _ TIMER: Easy T ouch '1 Function GAS: ________ _ SPECIAL: .!::IC:..;:4.:!-0 ________________ _