Outsource private improvement plans services
Outsource private improvement plans services are contents which we usually found in civil engineering outsourcing services. On the other word, private improvement plans are also used in other name call on-site improvement plans. It shall be submitted to the Development Services Division for review and approval for the construction of any street, storm drain, or sewer improvements, with the following exceptions:
1) Private streets and private storm drains, when the construction details and specifications are shown on an approved grading plan.
2) Sidewalk construction per Standard Detail when the adjacent curb is existing.
3) Curb ramp construction per Standard Detail No. 111, when the adjacent curb is existing.
4) Repair of existing curb, gutter, or sidewalks.
5) Private sewers which are designed in conformance with the Uniform Plumbing Code and which are reviewed and approved by the Building Division.
6) Sewer lateral construction per Standard Detail
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PRIVATE IMPROVEMENT PLANS SHALL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING
1) Vicinity map
2) Location/key map showing plan numbers.
3) Civil Engineer’s name, address, and telephone number. Civil Engineer’s stamp and signature
4) Owner/developer’s name, address, and telephone number.
5) Project description in title block.
6) City benchmark with complete description on each sheet.
7) General notes applicable to the project.
8) Construction notes and quantity estimate.
1) North arrow and scale.
2) Project description in title block. Identified by street names described from north to south and east to west. Do not use stationing.
3) City benchmark with complete description.
4) Construction notes.
5) Note: For general notes, vicinity map, and location/key map see plan # .
6) Street name
7) All necessary dimensions, for existing and proposed improvements, to locate and construct planned improvements.
8) Lot lines and lot numbers.
9) Existing improvements using dashed lines and identifying all City plan numbers.
10) Al l existing and proposed utility lines, all lines labeled and dimensioned to
street center line.
11) Street centerline stationing.