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Res 17-17 Approving the First Amendment to the Developer Agreement with Quail Hollow TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION 17-17 A RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, APPROVING THE FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE DEVELOPER AGREEMENT WITH QUAIL HOLLOW DEVELOPMENT II, LLC, RELATED TO THE QUAIL HOLLOW DEVELOPMENT IN WESTLAKE, TEXAS. WHEREAS, the Town is a duly created and validly existing Type A General Law Municipality, created under the laws of the State of Texas, including particularly, but not by way of limitation, Chapter 51, Texas Local Government Code ("LGC"); and WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake Town Council previously approved Resolution 16- 35 on October 24, 2016 approving A Developer Agreement with Quail Hollow Development II, LLC (the Owner); and, WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake (Town) and Quail Hollow Development II, LLC (the Owner) desire to amend the original Developer Agreement with the First Amendment to the Quail Hollow Developer Agreement, Attached as Exhibit "A", which set out responsibilities for the Owner and the Town as it relates to the development in Westlake; and, WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the passage of this Resolution is in the best interest of the citizens of Westlake. NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That, all matters stated in the Recitals hereinabove are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein by reference as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, hereby approves the First Amendment to the Quail Hollow Developer Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit"A", with the Owner; and further authorizes the Town Manager to execute said agreement and pursue any necessary procedures on behalf of the Town of Westlake. SECTION 3: If any portion of this Resolution shall, for any reason, be declared invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining provision ns hereof and the Council hereby determines that it would have adopted this Resolution without the invalid provision. Resolution 17-17 Page I of 2 SECTION 4: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 27th DAY OF MARCH, 2017. Laura Wheat, Mayor ATTEST: 7)F -;71 c)JU-,CGAL-b/— Kelly Edwards,; own Secretary fh as E. rymo n Manager APPROV T O m St owry, T tto ey T' FXAS Resolution 17-17 Page 2 of 2 EXHIBIT A TO RESOLUTION NO. 17-17 FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE QUAIL HOLLOW DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT THIS AMENDMENT ONE (1) OF ONE (1) TO THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE DEVELOPER AGREEMENT ESTABLISHED WITH THE ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION 16-35 AS ADOPTED BY THE WESTLAKE TOWN COUNCIL FOR THE QUAIL HOLLOW DEVELOPMENT is made and entered into this 27`"day of March,2017,by and between the Town of Westlake, Texas(the"Town"),and Quail Hollow Development Il, LLC, a Texas limited liability company (the "Developer"). WITNESSETH: The Quail Hollow Development("Development") is a residential project in Westlake and is currently being developed by Developer; and On October 24, 2016,the Town Council for the Town of Westlake adopted Resolution 16- 35 approving a Development Agreement with Quail Hollow Development II, LLC, related to the Quail Hollow development which addressed various development issues for the Development, provided for the payment of certain fees, the timing of certain construction and the dedication of certain property, among others; and The Town and the Developer wish to amend the Development Agreement to provide for construction of certain off-site drainage improvements; and In consideration of the foregoing premises and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of which are hereby acknowledged, the Town and Developer covenant and agree as follows: 1. The Developer Agreement Adopted by Resolution 16-35 Remains in Full Force and Effect. The Town and Developer acknowledge and agree that, except to the extent amended herein, all provisions and terms contained the Development Agreement, including any other amendments or addenda to the Development Agreement besides this Amendment to the Development Agreement, remain in full force and effect. 2. Specific Amendments Contained in this Amendment One (1) of One (1) to the Developer Agreement Adopted by Resolution 16-35 shall be amended as follows: DEVELOPER AGREEMENT SECTION 4. DEVELOPER'S OBLIGATION G. Developer will be required to install storm drain conduit and improvements on Dove Road in accordance with the attached construction plans, approved by the Town of Westlake, Attachment "A". Developer will not be responsible for restoration of pavement surface at the drainage improvement location. Resolution 17-17 Page ] of 5 2. Binding Obligation. This Amendment to the Development Agreement shall become a binding obligation of the signatories upon execution by all signatories hereto. The Town warrants and represents that the individual executing this Amendment to the Development Agreement on behalf of the Town has full authority to execute this Amendment and bind the Town to the same. Developer warrants and represents that the individual executing this Amendment to the Developer Agreement on its behalf has full authority to execute this Amendment and bind it to the same. 3. Authorization. The Town Council shall authorize the Town Manager of the Town to execute this Amendment to the Developer Agreement on behalf of the Town. 4. Severability. In the event any provision of this Amendment to the Developer Agreement shall be determined by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, the Amendment to the Developer Agreement shall, to the extent reasonably possible, remain in force as to the balance of its provisions as if such invalid provision were not a part hereof. 5. Filing in Deed Records. This Amendment to the Developer Agreement shall be filed in the deed records of Tarrant County, Texas. The provisions of this Amendment to the Development Agreement shall be deemed to run with the Property and shall be binding on heirs, successors and assigns of Developer. 6. Notices. Any notices required or permitted to be given hereunder shall be given by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, to the addresses set forth below or to such other single address as either party hereto shall notify the other: To the Town: Attn: Thomas E. Brymer Town Manager 1301 Solana Blvd., Bldg. 4, Ste.4202 Westlake, Texas 76262 FAX: 817.430.1812 With a copy to (which shall not constitute notice): Attn: L. Stanton Lowry Town Attorney Boyle & Lowry, L.L.P. 4201 Wingren, Suite 108 Irving, Texas 75062 FAX: 972.650.7105 Resolution 17-17 Page 2 of 5 To the Developer: Quail Hollow Development II, LLC 935 W. Dove Road Southlake, TX 76092 Attn: Bryan Elliott With a copy to (which shall not constitute notice): Wick Phillips Gould & Martin, LLP 3131 McKinney Ave. Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75204 Attn: Bradley K. Mahanay 7. Counterparts. This Amendment may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original. [Signature Pages Follow] Resolution 17-17 Page 3 of 5 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement as of this the 27th MARCH 2017. ATTEST: TOWN OF WESTLAKE ,L U v ec Name) Kelly Uwards Name: Thomas E. Brym r Title: Town Secretary Title: Town Manager Date: APPRO S T FO '' r�of wF e: L. St nto awry Title: Town Atto * m TEXAS. Resolution 17-17 Page 4 of DEVELOPER SIGNED AND EFFECTIVE on the date last set forth below. DEVELOPER: Quail Hollow Development II, LLC By: B an Nott Title: Pr dent Address: 935 W. Dove Rd Southlake, Texas 76092 STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF TARRANT On Jp` ',l 121 , 2017, before me, tip , Notary Public, personally appeared Bryan Elliott, personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence) to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same in his authorized capacity,and that by his signature on the instrument, the person, or the entity upon behalf of which the person acted, executed the instrument. �PaY_po@ BELLY DWARDS Notary Public WIT ESS hand and official seal. * *= STATE OF TEXAS Notary 1D#12408268-8 My Comm.Exp.February 3,2018 Resolution 17-17 Page 5 of 5 PAVING & STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENTS FOR K,,. jrLwooj F) ranck C u Ive rt at Dove Koad X L Q J TARRANT COUNTYPRELIMINARY w THIS DOCUMENT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL TOWN F WESTLAKE TEXASPURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR INTERIM REVIEW, BIDDING, ' OR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES. MARCH 2017 O U) 06 LAURA VVHEA T SOLANA BL VD SHEET INDEX z MAYOR DOVE RD SHT NO. DESCRIPTION ALESA BELVEDERE C-0.1 COVER SHEET mGENERAL MICHAEL BARRETT C-1.o GRADING PLOAN S W C-2.0 CULVERT PLAN & PROFILE WA YNE STOL TENBERG C-3.0 EROSION CONTROL PLAN Q CAROL LANGDON C-4.0 WALL & RAIL DETAILS J SD-1 TXDOT DETAIL PW RICK RENNHACK SITE SD-2 TXDOT DETAIL MC-10-7 (1 OF 2) W SD-3 TXDOT DETAIL MC-10-7 (2 OF 2) COUNCIL MEMBERS Q w LL REVIEWED i Q m TOWN OF WESTLAKE C/) z> Q NOTE: CONSTRUCTION OF ALL GRADING, STORM DRAIN, EROSION CONTROL, Released for Constructiono AND SUBGRADE IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE 0 J Date: < QUAIL HOLLOW DEVELOPMENT. TRAFFIC CONTROL AND ALL OTHER Q IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE TOWN OF LLJ WESTLAKE, TEXAS. _ z Public Works Director/City Engineer a O LL U) LOCATION MAP z SCALE: 1 " = 1000' w THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR INTERIM REVIEW W AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR CONSTRUCTION, > BIDDING OR PERMIT PURPOSES. O BY: Clayton T. Redinger Reg. No.: 97497 Date: 03/28/2017 C� G SURVEYOR: JPH LAND SURVEYING, INC. REVISIONS No. DESCRIPTION DATE APPR./DATE 807 BLUEBONNET DRIVE, SUITE C o 0 KELLER, TEXAS 76248 2 o r INC , 420 Johnson Road,Suite 303 3 r DEOTTE, Keller,Texas 76248 CONTACT: JEWEL CHADD, R.P.L.S. 4 o r N Phone (817) 337-8899 CIVIL ENGINEERING Fax (817) 337-5133 PHONE: (817) 431 -4971 5 r FIRM REGISTRATION#(TEXAS):F-003116 C) N GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES 1. STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS: ALL MATERIALS, CONSTRUCTION METHODS, WORKMANSHIP, EQUIPMENT, SERVICES AND TESTING FOR ALL PUBLIC 22. SAFETY RESTRICTIONS - WORK NEAR HIGH VOLTAGE LINES: THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES WILL BE FOLLOWED REGARDING THE SUBJECT ITEM ON THIS IMPROVEMENTS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES' ORDINANCES, REGULATIONS, REQUIREMENTS, STATUTES, SPECIFICATIONS AND CONTRACT: DETAILS, LATEST PRINTING AND AMENDMENTS THERETO. THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES' PUBLIC WORKS AND WATER DEPARTMENT REQUIREMENTS, PLUMBING A. A WARNING SIGN NOT LESS THAN FIVE INCHES BY SEVEN INCHES PAINTED YELLOW WITH BLACK LETTERS THAT ARE LEGIBLE AT 12 FEET SHALL BE CODES, AND FIRE DEPARTMENT REGULATIONS SHALL TAKE PRECEDENT FOR ALL PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS WHERE APPLICABLE. ALL OTHER PRIVATE PLACED INSIDE AND OUTSIDE VEHICLES SUCH AS CRANES, DERRICKS, POWER SHOVELS, DRILLING RIGS, PILE DRIVER, HOISTING EQUIPMENT OR SIMILAR STANDARD LEGEND & ABBREVIATIONS CONSTRUCTION, NOT REGULATED BY THE GOVERNING AUTHORITY, SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS APPARATUS. THE WARNING SIGN SHALL READ AS FOLLOWS: "WARNING - UNLAWFUL TO OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT WITHIN SIX FEET OF HIGH VOLTAGE CONSTRUCTION, NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS - NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS, LATEST PRINTING AND AMENDMENTS THERETO, EXCEPT AS LINES." EXISTING PROPOSED MODIFIED OR AMENDED BY THE PROJECT CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. B. EQUIPMENT THAT MAY BE OPERATED WITHIN TEN FEET OF HIGH VOLTAGE LINES SHALL HAVE AN INSULATING CAGE-TYPE OF GUARD ABOUT THE BOOM OR 2. EXAMINATION OF SITE: THE CONTRACTOR ACKNOWLEDGES THAT HE HAS INVESTIGATED AND SATISFIED HIMSELF AS TO THE CONDITIONS AFFECTING THE ARM, EXCEPT BACKHOES OR DIPPERS, AND INSULATOR LINKS ON THE LIFT HOOK CONNECTIONS. BOUNDARY LINE WORK, INCLUDING BUT NOT RESTRICTED TO THOSE BEARING UPON TRANSPORTATION, DISPOSAL, HANDLING AND STORAGE OF MATERIALS, AVAILABILITY OF C. WHEN NECESSARY TO WORK WITHIN SIX FEET OF HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRIC LINES, NOTIFY THE POWER COMPANY WHO WILL ERECT TEMPORARY LABOR, WATER, ELECTRIC POWER, ROADS AND UNCERTAINTIES OF WEATHER, OR SIMILAR PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AT THE SITE, CONDITIONS OF THE GROUND, MECHANICAL BARRIERS, DE-ENERGIZE THE LINE OR RAISE OR LOWER THE LINE. THE WORK DONE BY THE POWER COMPANY SHALL BE AT THE EXPENSE ROW LINE THE CHARACTER OF EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES NEEDED PRELIMINARY TO AND DURING PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK. THE CONTRACTOR ACKNOWLEDGES OF THE CONTRACTOR. THE NOTIFYING DEPARTMENT SHALL MAINTAIN AN ACCURATE LOG OF ALL SUCH CALLS TO THE POWER COMPANY AND SHALL THAT HE HAS INSPECTED THE SITE OF THE WORK AND IS FAMILIAR WITH THE SOIL CONDITIONS TO BE ENCOUNTERED. ANY FAILURE BY THE CONTRACTOR RECORD ACTION TAKEN IN EACH CASE. - - - - LOT LINE TO ACQUAINT HIMSELF WITH THE AVAILABLE INFORMATION WILL NOT RELIEVE HIM FROM RESPONSIBILITY FOR ESTIMATING PROPERLY THE DIFFICULTY OR COST D. THE CONTRACTOR IS REQUIRED TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH THE POWER COMPANY FOR THE TEMPORARY RELOCATION OR RAISING OF HIGH VOLTAGE OF SUCCESSFULLY PERFORMING THE WORK. THE DEVELOPER ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY CONCLUSIONS OR INTERPRETATIONS MADE BY THE LINES AT THE CONTRACTOR'S SOLE COST AND EXPENSE. CENTER LINE CONTRACTOR ON THE BASIS OF THE INFORMATION MADE AVAILABLE BY THE DEVELOPER. E. NO PERSON SHALL WORK WITHIN SIX FEET OF A HIGH VOLTAGE LINE WITHOUT PROTECTION HAVING BEEN TAKEN AS OUTLINED IN PARAGRAPH C. ABOVE. 562 CONTOUR 3. SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION: SUBSURFACE EXPLORATION TO ASCERTAIN THE NATURE OF SOILS, INCLUDING THE AMOUNT OF ROCK, IF ANY, IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR. IT SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO MAKE SUCH SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATIONS AS HE DEEMS 23. TRAFFIC CONTROL: IT SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO DEVELOP AND SUBMIT FOR APPROVAL BY THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES, A CURB NECESSARY TO DETERMINE THE NATURE OF THE MATERIAL TO BE ENCOUNTERED. SOME SUBSURFACE EXPLORATION HAS BEEN PERFORMED BY THE TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN, PREPARED AND SEALED BY A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LICENSED IN THE STATE OF TEXAS, OUTLINING TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER OF RECORD ON THE PROJECT AND IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES. THE DEVELOPER AND ENGINEER DISCLAIM ANY PROCEDURES TO BE PROVIDED DURING CONSTRUCTION. TRAFFIC CONTROL MEASURES SHALL BE PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING EDGE OF ASPHALT RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ACCURACY, TRUE LOCATION AND EXTENT OF THE SOILS INFORMATION THAT HAS BEEN PREPARED BY OTHERS. THEY FURTHER ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: DISCLAIM RESPONSIBILITY FOR INTERPRETATION OF THAT DATA BY THE CONTRACTOR, AS IN PROJECTING SOIL BEARING VALUES, ROCK PROFILES, SOILS A. CONSTRUCTION OF SIGNING AND BARRICADES SHALL CONFORM TO THE "TEXAS MANUAL ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES", AS CURRENTLY FIRE HYDRANT STABILITY AND THE PRESENCE, LEVEL AND EXTENT OF UNDERGROUND WATER. AMENDED, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. B. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH BARRICADES, FLARES, FLAGMEN, ETC., FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE PUBLIC, EMPLOYEES AND THE 0GUARD POST / BOLLARD 4. TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY: TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY INFORMATION SHOWN ON THE PLANS IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL WORK. BE RESPONSIBLE FOR VERIFYING THAT THE INFORMATION SHOWN IS CORRECT, AND SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER IMMEDIATELY OF ANY ERRORS, - SIGN DISCREPANCIES OR OMISSIONS TO THE SURVEY INFORMATION PROVIDED. ANY COSTS INCURRED AS THE RESULT OF NOT CONFIRMING THE ACTUAL SURVEY C. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PERFORM HIS WORK IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO CREATE A MINIMUM OF INTERRUPTION TO TRAFFIC ALONG ADJACENT SHALL BE BORNE BY THE CONTRACTOR. ROADWAYS. TWO WAY TRAFFIC MUST BE MAINTAINED ON ALL ROADWAYS AT ALL TIMES THROUGHOUT CONSTRUCTION UNLESS WRITTEN PERMISSION IS NEFWALL GRANTED BY THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES. 5. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FULLY COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS, INCLUDING ALL CODES, ORDINANCES AND D. ALL SIGNAGE, MARKINGS, LIGHTING, BARRICADES, FLAGMEN AND OTHER DEVICES AND PERSONNEL REQUIRED FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL DURING PP POWER POLE REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THIS CONTRACT AND THE WORK TO BE DONE THEREUNDER, WHICH EXIST OR MAY BE ENACTED LATER BY GOVERNMENTAL CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROJECT WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT AMOUNT. BODIES HAVING JURISDICTION OR AUTHORITY FOR SUCH ENACTMENT. ALL WORK REQUIRED UNDER THIS CONTRACT SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL REQUIREMENTS E. ALL TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES USED DURING NIGHTTIME SHALL BE REFLECTORIZED, ILLUMINATED FROM WITHIN OR EXTERNALLY ILLUMINATED. OHE OHE OVERHEAD ELECTRIC OF LAW, REGULATION, PERMIT OR LICENSE. IF THE CONTRACTOR FINDS THAT THERE IS A VARIANCE, HE SHALL IMMEDIATELY REPORT THIS TO THE DEVELOPER FOR RESOLUTION. F. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT REMOVE ANY REGULATORY SIGN, INSTRUCTIONAL SIGN, WARNING SIGN, STREET NAME SIGN OR ANY SIGNAL, WHICH OHET OHET OVERHEAD ELECTRIC & TELEPHONE CURRENTLY EXISTS, WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES. 6. PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND SAFETY: IN ACCORDANCE WITH GENERALLY ACCEPTED CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE SOLELY AND G. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN AND REPLACE WHERE NECESSARY ALL SIGNS, LIGHTS, MARKINGS AND TEMPORARY PAVEMENT THROUGHOUT THE UGE LGE UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC COMPLETELY RESPONSIBLE FOR CONDITIONS OF THE JOB SITE, INCLUDING SAFETY OF ALL PERSONS AND PROPERTY DURING PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK. CONSTRUCTION PERIOD. THIS REQUIREMENT SHALL APPLY CONTINUOUSLY AND NOT BE LIMITED TO NORMAL WORKING HOURS. H. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ALL TRAFFIC CONTROL MEASURES AT THE END OF CONSTRUCTION AND RESTORE UNIMPROVED PAVEMENT AND OTHER G G G G GAS LINE MATERIALS STORED ON THE WORK SITE SHALL BE SO PLACED, AND THE WORK SHALL AT ALL TIMES BE SO CONDUCTED, AS TO CAUSE NO GREATER DISTURBED AREAS TO THEIR ORIGINAL CONDITION. 12" RCP 12" RCP OBSTRUCTION TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC THAN IS CONSIDERED ACCEPTABLE BY THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES AND THE DEVELOPER. THE MATERIALS STORM DRAIN LINE EXCAVATED SHALL BE PLACED SO AS NOT TO ENDANGER THE WORK OR PREVENT FREE ACCESS TO ALL FIRE HYDRANTS, WATER VALVES, GAS VALVES, MANHOLES, AND FIRE ALARM OR POLICE CALL BOXES IN THE VICINITY. 24. ACCESS TO ADJACENT PROPERTIES: ACCESS TO ADJACENT PROPERTIES SHALL BE MAINTAINED AT ALL TIMES UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE SDMH O STORM DRAIN MANHOLE THE DEVELOPER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REMEDY ANY NEGLECT ON THE PART OF THE CONTRACTOR WITH REGARDS TO THE PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND GOVERNING AUTHORITIES AND/OR DEVELOPER. 8" SANITARY SEWER SAFETY WHICH MAY COME TO THE DEVELOPER'S ATTENTION, AFTER 24 HOURS NOTICE IN WRITING TO THE CONTRACTOR, SAVE IN CASES OF EMERGENCY, 8"SS SANITARY SEWER LINE WHEN THE DEVELOPER SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMEDY ANY NEGLECT WITHOUT NOTICE; AND, IN EITHER CASE, THE COST OF SUCH WORK DONE BY THE 25. ACCESS ROUTES, STAGING AREAS AND STORAGE AREAS: ALL PRIVATE HAUL ROADS AND ACCESS ROUTES AND THE LOCATION OF ALL STAGING AREAS AND SSMH DEVELOPER SHALL BE DEDUCTED FROM THE MONIES DUE OR TO BECOME DUE THE CONTRACTOR. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL KEEP STREETS IN CONDITION STORAGE AREAS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE DEVELOPER. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING O • SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE FOR UNOBSTRUCTED USE BY EMERGENCY SERVICES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE DEVELOPER AND THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES WHEN ANY ALL ROADS AND OTHER FACILITIES USED DURING CONSTRUCTION. UPON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT, ALL HAUL ROADS, ACCESS ROADS, STAGING AREAS STREET IS TO BE CLOSED OR OBSTRUCTED. WHERE THE CONTRACTOR IS REQUIRED TO CONSTRUCT TEMPORARY BRIDGES OR TO MAKE OTHER AND STORAGE AREAS SHALL BE RESTORED TO A CONDITION EQUAL TO OR BETTER THAN THAT AT THE TIME THE CONTRACTOR COMMENCES WORK ON THE oC0 OO SANITARY SEWER CLEANOUT ARRANGEMENTS FOR CROSSING OVER DITCHES OR STREAMS, HIS RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCIDENTS SHALL INCLUDE THE ROADWAY APPROACHES AS WELL AS PROJECT. 8" WATER THE STRUCTURES OF SUCH CROSSINGS. 8„W WATER LINE 26. PARKING OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT: AT NIGHT AND DURING ALL OTHER PERIODS OF TIME WHEN EQUIPMENT IS NOT BEING ACTIVELY USED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION WORK, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PARK THE EQUIPMENT AT LOCATIONS, WHICH ARE APPROVED BY THE DEVELOPER. DURING THE ❑ WATER METER 7. STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN (SWP3): EROSION CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE PLACED BY OTHERS PRIOR THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE WORK. CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROJECT, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLY WITH THE PRESENT ZONING REQUIREMENTS OF THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES IN THE USE IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO PROTECT AND MAINTAIN EROSION CONTROL MEASURES WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS. ANY DAMAGE TO OF VACANT PROPERTY FOR STORAGE PURPOSES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ALSO PROVIDE ADEQUATE BARRICADES, MARKERS AND LIGHTS TO PROTECT THE ►t WATER VALVE THE EXISTING EROSION CONTROL MEASURES CAUSED BY THE CONTRACTOR OR HIS SUBCONTRACTORS WILL BE REPLACED AT THE CONTRACTOR'S SOLE DEVELOPER, THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES, THE PUBLIC AND THE OTHER WORK. ALL BARRICADES, LIGHTS, AND MARKERS MUST MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF EXPENSE. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLY WITH THE CONDITIONS OF THE SWP3 WHILE CONDUCTING HIS ACTIVITIES ON THE PROJECT. COMPLIANCE WITH THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES' REGULATIONS. THE SWP3 INCLUDES CONFORMANCE TO CERTAIN PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES (IDENTIFIED IN THE SWP3) DURING PROJECT CONSTRUCTION. 27. WATER FOR CONSTRUCTION: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE THE NECESSARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR PURCHASING WATER FROM THE GOVERNING AUTHORITY 8. PERMITS AND LICENSES: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SECURE AND PAY FOR ALL PERMITS AND LICENSES NECESSARY FOR THE EXECUTION OF THE WORK AND FOR HIS USE ON THE PROJECT SITE. COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SERVICE SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT AMOUNT. SHALL FULLY COMPLY WITH ALL THEIR TERMS AND CONDITIONS. WHENEVER THE WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACT REQUIRES THE OBTAINING OF PERMITS FROM THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH DUPLICATE COPIES OF SUCH PERMITS TO THE DEVELOPER BEFORE THE WORK COVERED BV BLOW OFF VALVE SDMH STORM DRAIN MANHOLE THEREBY IS STARTED. NO WORK WILL BE ALLOWED TO PROCEED BEFORE SUCH PERMITS ARE OBTAINED. 28. TEMPORARY ELECTRIC AND COMMUNICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE THE NECESSARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR INSTALLATION AND CO CLEAN OUT SS SANITARY SEWER PURCHASING OF TEMPORARY ELECTRIC AND COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES FROM THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES FOR HIS USE ON THE PROJECT SITE. COSTS EM ELECTRIC METER SSMH SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE ASSOCIATED WITH THESE SERVICES SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT AMOUNT. 9. IMPACT FEES: THE DEVELOPER WILL PAY ALL IMPACT FEES APPLICABLE TO THE PROJECT. EX EXISTING TC TOP OF CURB FH FIRE HYDRANT TEL TELEPHONE 29. FENCES: ALL FENCES ENCOUNTERED AND REMOVED DURING CONSTRUCTION, EXCEPT THOSE DESIGNATED TO BE REMOVED OR RELOCATED, SHALL BE 10. BONDS: PERFORMANCE, PAYMENT AND MAINTENANCE BONDS WILL BE REQUIRED FROM THE CONTRACTOR FOR ALL WORK CONSIDERED TO BE "PUBLIC" RESTORED TO THE ORIGINAL OR BETTER THAN CONDITION UPON COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT. WHERE WIRE FENCING, EITHER WIRE MESH OR BARBED FO FIBER OPTIC TP TOP OF PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENTS OR AS REQUIRED BY THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES. BONDS SHALL BE IN THE FORM AND IN THE AMOUNTS AS REQUIRED BY THE GOVERNING WIRE, IS TO BE CROSSED, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SET CROSS-BRACED POSTS ON EITHER SIDE OF THE CROSSING. TEMPORARY FENCING SHALL BE FR FIRE RISER TR TELEPHONE RISER AUTHORITIES. ERECTED IN PLACE OF THE FENCING REMOVED WHENEVER THE WORK IS NOT IN PROGRESS, AND WHEN THE SITE IS VACATED OVERNIGHT AND/OR AT ALL TIMES TO PREVENT PERSONS AND/OR LIVESTOCK FROM ENTERING THE CONSTRUCTION AREA. THE COST OF FENCE REMOVAL, TEMPORARY CLOSURES AND G GAS W WATER GM GAS METER WMH WATER MANHOLE 11. VENDOR'S CERTIFICATION: ALL MATERIALS USED IN CONSTRUCTION SHALL HAVE A VENDOR'S CERTIFIED TEST REPORT. TEST REPORTS SHALL BE DELIVERED REPLACEMENT SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT. GP GUARD POST / BOLLARD UC UTILITY CABINET TO THE ENGINEER BEFORE PERMISSION WILL BE GRANTED FOR USE OF THE MATERIAL. ALL VENDOR'S TEST REPORTS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO REVIEW BY THE ENGINEER, AND SHALL BE SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION BY TESTING OF SAMPLES OF MATERIALS AS RECEIVED FOR USE ON THE PROJECT. IN THE EVENT 30. DRAINAGE CHANNELS: WHERE EXISTING DRAINAGE CHANNELS ARE TEMPORARILY DISTURBED OR BLOCKED DURING CONSTRUCTION, IT SHALL BE RESTORED TO GUT GUTTER UGE UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC ADDITIONAL TESTS ARE REQUIRED, THEY SHALL BE PERFORMED BY AN APPROVED INDEPENDENT TESTING LABORATORY AND SHALL BE PAID FOR BY THE THE ORIGINAL CONDITION, GRADE AND CROSS SECTION AFTER CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETED. CONTRACTOR. ICV IRRIGATION CONTROL VALVE UGT UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE LAT LATERAL UV UTILITY VAULT 31. COORDINATION WITH OTHERS: IN THE EVENT THAT OTHER CONTRACTORS ARE DOING WORK IN THE SAME AREA SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH THE PROJECT, THE MB MAILBOX WV WATER VALVE 12. TESTING: THE TESTING AND CONTROL OF ALL MATERIALS USED IN THE WORK SHALL BE DONE BY AN INDEPENDENT TESTING LABORATORY, EMPLOYED AND CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE HIS PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION WITH THAT OF THE OTHER CONTRACTORS. MH MANHOLE PAID DIRECTLY BY THE DEVELOPER. IN THE EVENT THE RESULTS OF INITIAL TESTING DO NOT COMPLY WITH THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS, SUBSEQUENT TESTS NECESSARY TO DETERMINE THE ACCEPTABILITY OF MATERIALS OR CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE FURNISHED AND PAID BY THE CONTRACTOR AS DIRECTED OHE OVERHEAD ELECTRIC BY THE DEVELOPER. PAYMENT WILL BE MADE BY DEDUCTION FROM PAYMENT DUE THE CONTRACTOR. 32. CONDITION OF SITE DURING CONSTRUCTION: DURING CONSTRUCTION OF THE WORK, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL, AT ALL TIMES, KEEP THE SITE OF THE WORK AND ADJACENT PREMISES AS FREE FROM MATERIAL, DEBRIS AND RUBBISH AS IS PRACTICABLE AND SHALL REMOVE SAME FROM ANY PORTION OF THE SITE OHET OVERHEAD ELECTRIC & TELEPHONE IF, IN THE OPINION OF THE DEVELOPER, SUCH MATERIAL, DEBRIS OR RUBBISH CONSTITUTES A NUISANCE OR IS OBJECTIONABLE. PP POWER POLE 13. INSPECTION: INSPECTION OF THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES AND/OR THE DEVELOPER. COSTS FOR PROP PROPOSED INSPECTION SERVICES WILL BE PAID BY THE DEVELOPER. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ASSISTANCE BY PROVIDING EXCAVATION, TRENCH SAFETY, OR SD STORM DRAIN OTHER WORK NECESSARY TO FACILITATE INSPECTION ACTIVITIES, AND SHALL GIVE SUFFICIENT NOTICE WELL IN ADVANCE OF PENDING CONSTRUCTION 33. EXISTING ROADWAYS: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING THE CLEANLINESS OF EXISTING PAVED ROADS. ALL COSTS ASSOCIATED ACTIVITIES TO THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES AND/OR DEVELOPER FOR SCHEDULING OF INSPECTION SERVICES. COSTS FOR ADDITIONAL INSPECTION FEES FOR WITH MAINTAINING THE CLEANLINESS OF EXISTING ROADS SHALL BE SUBSIDIARY TO THE CONTRACTORS BID ITEMS. WORK PERFORMED OUTSIDE THE NORMAL WORKING HOURS AS DETERMINED BY THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES SHALL BE BORNE BY THE CONTRACTOR. 34. DUST CONTROL: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE ALL PRECAUTIONS NECESSARY TO CONTROL DUST ON THE PROJECT SITE BY SPRINKLING OF WATER, OR 14. SHOP DRAWINGS: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE, REVIEW, APPROVE AND SUBMIT ALL SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA AND SAMPLES REQUIRED BY THE ANY OTHER METHODS APPROVED BY THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES, AND SHALL PROVIDE ALL EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL REQUIRED TO PREVENT DUST FROM GOVERNING AUTHORITIES AND THE PROJECT CONTRACT DOCUMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS BECOMING A NUISANCE TO THE ADJACENT PROPERTIES. CONSTRUCTION, NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS - NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS. 35. CLEAN-UP FOR FINAL ACCEPTANCE: UPON COMPLETION OF THE WORK, BEFORE FINAL ACCEPTANCE AND FINAL PAYMENT, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE 15. SURVEYING: ALL SURVEYING REQUIRED FOR CONSTRUCTION STAKING SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE DEVELOPER ONE TIME. ADDITIONAL STAKING FOR ANY RUBBISH, UNUSED MATERIALS, AND TEMPORARY STRUCTURES FROM THE LIMITS OF THE PROJECT AND RESTORE, IN A MANNER ACCEPTABLE TO THE OWNER, PRELIMINARY REASON SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR. ALL PROPERTY, BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE, THAT HAS BEEN DAMAGED DURING EXECUTION OF THE WORK, AND SHALL LEVEL AND GRADE ALL PORTIONS OF THE WORK WHERE THE SURFACE OF THE NATURAL GROUND OR STREET SURFACING HAS BEEN DISTURBED DURING CONSTRUCTION. THE SITE SHALL BE LEFT THIS DOCUMENT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL IN A NEAT AND PRESENTABLE CONDITION FREE FROM RUT HOLES. NO EXTRA PAYMENT WILL BE ALLOWED FOR THIS WORK. 16. PROTECTION OF PROPERTY CORNERS AND BENCHMARKS: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT ALL PROPERTY CORNER MARKERS AND BENCHMARKS, AND WHEN PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR INTERIM REVIEW, BIDDING, ANY SUCH MARKERS OR MONUMENTS ARE IN DANGER OF BEING DISTURBED, THEY SHALL BE PROPERLY REFERENCED AND IF DISTURBED SHALL BE RESET BY OR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES. A REGISTERED SURVEYOR AT THE EXPENSE OF THE CONTRACTOR. 36. REMOVAL OF DEFECTIVE AND UNAUTHORIZED WORK: ALL WORK WHICH HAS BEEN REJECTED OR CONDEMNED SHALL BE REPAIRED, OR IF IT CANNOT BE REPAIRED SATISFACTORILY, IT SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED AT THE CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE. DEFECTIVE MATERIALS SHALL BE IMMEDIATELY REMOVED FROM THE WORK SITE. WORK DONE BEYOND THE LINE OR NOT IN CONFORMITY WITH THE GRADES SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS OR AS PROVIDED, WORK DONE 17. EXISTING STRUCTURES: THE PLANS SHOW THE LOCATION OF ALL KNOWN SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE STRUCTURES, HOWEVER, THE DEVELOPER AND WITHOUT REQUIRED INSPECTION, OR ANY EXTRA OR UNCLASSIFIED WORK DONE WITHOUT WRITTEN AUTHORITY AND PRIOR AGREEMENT IN WRITING AS TO ENGINEER ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR FAILURE TO SHOW ANY OR ALL OF THESE STRUCTURES ON THE PLANS, OR TO SHOW THEM IN THEIR EXACT PRICES, SHALL BE AT THE CONTRACTOR'S RISK, AND WILL BE CONSIDERED UNAUTHORIZED, AND AT THE OPTION OF THE DEVELOPER MAY NOT BE MEASURED LOCATION. SUCH FAILURE SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED SUFFICIENT BASIS FOR CLAIMS FOR ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION FOR EXTRA WORK OR FOR AND PAID FOR AND MAY BE ORDERED REMOVED AT THE CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE. UPON FAILURE OF THE CONTRACTOR TO REPAIR SATISFACTORILY OR TO INCREASING THE PAY QUANTITIES IN ANY MANNER WHATSOEVER, UNLESS THE OBSTRUCTION ENCOUNTERED IS SUCH AS TO REQUIRE CHANGES IN THE LINES REMOVE AND REPLACE, IF SO DIRECTED, REJECTED, UNAUTHORIZED OR CONDEMNED WORK OR MATERIALS IMMEDIATELY AFTER RECEIVING NOTICE FROM THE OR GRADES, OR REQUIRE THE CONSTRUCTION OF SPECIAL WORK, FOR WHICH PROVISIONS ARE NOT MADE IN THE PLANS. DEVELOPER, THE DEVELOPER WILL, AFTER GIVING WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CONTRACTOR, HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO CAUSE DEFECTIVE WORK TO BE REMEDIED OR REMOVED AND REPLACED, OR TO CAUSE UNAUTHORIZED WORK TO BE REMOVED AND TO DEDUCT THE COST THEREOF FROM ANY MONIES DUE 18. PROTECTION OF EXISTING UTILITIES: AS REQUIRED BY "THE TEXAS UNDERGROUND FACILITY DAMAGE PREVENTION AND SAFETY ACT", TEXAS ONE CALL OR TO BECOME DUE THE CONTRACTOR. SYSTEM MUST BE CONTACTED (800-245-4545) AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ANY EXCAVATION OPERATIONS BEING PERFORMED. IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CONTACT TEXAS ONE CALL SYSTEM. 37. DISPOSITION AND DISPOSAL OF EXCESS AND UNSUITABLE MATERIALS: ALL MATERIALS TO BE REMOVED FROM THE SITE INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE LOCATION AND DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THE PLANS RELATIVE TO EXISTING UTILITIES ARE BASED ON THE BEST RECORDS AND/OR FIELD INFORMATION EXCESS MATERIAL AND UNSUITABLE MATERIALS SUCH AS CONCRETE, ASPHALT, LARGE ROCKS, REFUSE, AND OTHER DEBRIS SHALL BECOME THE PROPERTY OF AVAILABLE AND ARE NOT GUARANTEED BY THE DEVELOPER OR ENGINEER TO BE ACCURATE AS TO LOCATION AND DEPTH. IT SHALL BE THE CONTRACTOR'S THE CONTRACTOR AND SHALL BE DISPOSED OF OUTSIDE THE LIMITS OF THE PROJECT AT THE CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE. CONTRACTOR SHALL ALSO COMPLY RESPONSIBILITY TO VERIFY LOCATIONS OF ADJACENT AND/OR CONFLICTING UTILITIES SUFFICIENTLY IN ADVANCE OF HIS ACTIVITIES IN ORDER THAT HE MAY WITH ALL APPLICABLE LAWS GOVERNING SPILLAGE OF DEBRIS WHILE TRANSPORTING TO A DISPOSAL SITE. NEGOTIATE SUCH LOCAL ADJUSTMENTS AS NECESSARY IN THE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE CLEARANCES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE ALL NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS IN ORDER TO PROTECT ALL EXISTING UTILITIES, SERVICES AND STRUCTURES ENCOUNTERED, 38. SEEDING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE SEEDING, WATERING, FERTILIZING AND REQUIRED MAINTENANCE FOR THE GRASSING OF ALL UNPAVED AREAS OF WHETHER OR NOT THEY ARE INDICATED ON THE PLANS. ANY DAMAGE TO UTILITIES RESULTING FROM THE CONTRACTOR'S OPERATIONS SHALL BE RESTORED DEDICATED RIGHT-OF-WAY, EASEMENTS, AND ALL OTHER DISTURBED AREAS OF CONSTRUCTION NOT COVERED BY PLANS FOR THE PROJECT. SEEDING SHALL THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR INTERIM REVIEW AT HIS EXPENSE. TO AVOID UNNECESSARY INTERFERENCES OR DELAYS, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ALL UTILITY REMOVALS, REPLACEMENTS AND ALSO BE PROVIDED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROJECT STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH A AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR CONSTRUCTION, CONSTRUCTION WITH THE APPROPRIATE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES, THEN REQUEST WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FROM THE ENGINEER. THE DEVELOPER WILL NOT GRASS COVER ON DISTURBED AREAS SUBJECTED TO THE EROSION OF THE SOIL SURFACE. BIDDING OR PERMIT PURPOSES. BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES DUE TO DELAY AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE. BY: Clayton T. Redinger 39. RECORD DRAWINGS: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN AN ACCURATE RECORD OF THE INSTALLATION OF ALL MATERIALS AND SYSTEMS COVERED BY THE Reg. No.: 97497 PROJECT CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. THESE RECORD PRINTS ARE SUBJECT TO REVIEW BY THE DEVELOPER OR HIS DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE EACH MONTH Date: 03/03/2017 19. DAMAGE TO EXISTING FACILITIES: ALL UTILITIES, PAVEMENT, SIDEWALKS, WALLS, FENCES, ETC. NOT DESIGNATED TO BE REMOVED BUT THAT ARE DAMAGED PRIOR TO THE REVIEW OF CONTRACTOR'S REQUEST FOR PAYMENT. IF THE DRAWINGS ARE NOT COMPLETE, ACCURATE AND UP-TO DATE, THE DEVELOPER DURING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES SHALL BE REPLACED TO A CONDITION AS GOOD AS OR BETTER THAN THE CONDITIONS PRIOR TO STARTING THE WORK, WILL NOT ACCEPT THE PAYMENT REQUEST. THE COMPLETED SET OF "RECORD" DRAWINGS MUST BE DELIVERED TO THE DEVELOPER BEFORE REQUESTING SOLELY AT THE EXPENSE OF THE CONTRACTOR. FINAL PAYMENT. BENCHMARKS: BM1 DOVE RD CULVERT 20. FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS: CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT REMOVE, DISABLE OR DISRUPT EXISTING FIRE OR LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS WITHOUT WRITTEN THE SITE BENCHMARK ISA MAG NAIL SET IN CONCRETE NEAR THE FACE OF PERMISSION FROM THE GOVERNING AUTHORITY. CURB ON THE SOUTH END OF MEDIAN APPROXIMATELY 1366 FEET SOUTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF DAVIS BOULEVARD AND DOVE ROAD. THE BENCHMARK HAS THE GENERAL NOTES FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,371,356.00'1 Y =7,039,974.15' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM 21. TRENCH SAFETY: IT SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN A VIABLE TRENCH SAFETY SYSTEM AT ALL TIMES OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) Z = 675.07' (NAVD'88). TOWN OF WESTLAKE DURING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES. THE CONTRACTOR IS DIRECTED TO BECOME KNOWLEDGEABLE AND FAMILIAR WITH THE STANDARDS AS SET BY THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA) AND THE STATE OF TEXAS LAW CONCERNING TRENCHING AND SHORING. THE CONTRACTOR BM2 420 Johnson Keller, Texas Suite6248 THE SITE BENCHMARK ISA MAG NAIL SET APPROXIMATELY 40 FEET EAST OF 11DEOTTE, INC. Fax 817-337-5133 Phone817-337-8898 SHALL PROVIDE TRENCH SAFETY SYSTEM PLANS, PREPARED AND SEALED BY A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER, LICENSED IN THE STATE OF TEXAS, FOR THE THE CENTERLINE OF DOVE ROAD, SAID MAG NAIL BEING APPROXIMATELY 225 IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFETY CONTROL MEASURES, MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES, WHICH WILL BE IN EFFECT DURING THE NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF HIDDEN SPRING COURT AND DOVE ROAD. THE CIVIL ENGINEERING FIRM REGISTRATION:#F-003110 TX) \x�X-lk'.DiOTTE.CO\4 PERIOD OF CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROJECT. BENCHMARK HAS THE FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,373,155.14'1 Y =7,039,995.61' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) I Z = 615.54' (NAVD'88). DRAWN BY. SCALE: DATE: PROJECT NO.: I SHEET. DAC NTS 312212017 201511100 C-0.2 \ I LU I r �,�kd oc (n Y � \\ GLENWYCK FARMS I Q0 O 2 W6"SS 6"SS 6"SS 6"SS - 16"SS SITE N 7039423.04 _ F81r �}�s Dr E 2373187.63 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12„W 12"W 12"W 12"W 12"W 12''W 0 10 20 40 Dove Rd rn rn cD O l Co 'p+pp � It o Ertic�a�re t rn c ( IN FEET ) LU r- N 1 INCH = 20 FT I! ockin+ Wd LU zw � l+pp PT: 2+04.34 Rt�� C1 N 7039264.44 \ E 2373315.60 +0 S46° 13' 04.76"E 4+00 DOVE ROAD 4 64 Q © © \ AND 2017 Microsoft Cor oratio J_ 259. 5' DOVE RD CL P �S VICINITY MAP N.T.S. 16 m- ,r 8 - \ GAS GAS GAS GAS GAS SS ---------- 8 SS PRELIMINARY THIS DOCUMENT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL / ALIGNMENT CURVE TABLE PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR INTERIM REVIEW, BIDDING, OR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES. 1 \ CURVE RADIUS LENGTH DELTA CHORD BEARING CHORD C1 800.00 204.34 14038'06" S38054'01.79"E 203.79 QUAIL HOLLOW / � PAVING NOTES N 1. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES: REFER TO SHEET C-0.2 - GENERAL NOTES FOR THE GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES FOR THE PROJECT. 2. PROTECTION OF EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE CARE NOT TO DISTURB EXISTING UTILITIES, BUILDING FOUNDATION OR OTHER SITE STRUCTURES DURING PAVEMENT OPERATIONS. Y U 3. SUBGRADE PREPARATION: PREPARATION OF SUBGRADE UNDER PAVED AREAS SHALL BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES' SPECIFICATIONS OR THE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. THE MORE RESTRICTIVE REQUIREMENTS SHALL APPLY. >_ I I PREPARATION OF THE SUBGRADE FOR PAVING WITHIN RIGHT-OF-WAY, ACCESS EASEMENTS AND/OR FIRE LANES SHALL NOT BE INITIATED UNTIL ALL TESTING OF UNDERGROUND UTILITIES HAS BEEN COMPLETED AND VERIFIED TO MEET THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES' SPECIFICATIONS AND AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED HAS BEEN Z 73I RECEIVED FROM THE INSPECTOR. J1 PAVEMENT SUBGRADE SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED TO RETAIN WATER. WET MATERIAL SHALL BE REMOVED TO DRY, SOUND MATERIAL AND APPROPRIATE DENSITY ACHIEVED PRIOR TO PAVING OPERATIONS. Q 0, LL N 0 10 20 40 4. PROOF-ROLL SUBGRADE: THE SUBGRADE SHALL BE PROOF-ROLLED WITH HEAVY PNEUMATIC EQUIPMENT. ANY SOFT OR PUMPING AREAS SHALL BE EXCAVATED TO FIRM SUBGRADE AND BACKFILLED AND RE-COMPACTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. 5. HYDRATED LIME: HYDRATED LIME (IF REQUIRED) SHALL MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF TXDOT ITEM 260, LIME TREATMENT USED AS SUBGRADE. LIME SHALL BE APPLIED AT THE RATE OF 6% BY WEIGHT, THOROUGHLY MIXED AND BLENDED WITH THE TOP 6" OF SUBGRADE AND UNIFORMLY COMPACTED TO A MINIMUM OF 100 IN FEET PERCENT OF STANDARD PROCTOR (ASTM D698) DETERMINED BY THAT TEST. LIME STABILIZATION SHALL EXTEND ONE (1) FOOT OUTSIDE THE LIMITS OF THE PAVED AREA. IT SHOULD BE PROTECTED AND MAINTAINED IN A MOIST CONDITION UNTIL THE PAVEMENT IS PLACED. ( ) 6. SAND CUSHION PROHIBITED: THE USE OF SAND CUSHION UNDER PAVEMENT, INCLUDING SIDEWALKS, IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. 1 INCH = 20 FT 7. REINFORCING BARS: ALL REINFORCING BARS SHALL BE GRADE 40 KSI DEFORMED REINFORCING STEEL. SIZE AND SPACING SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS. 8. BAR CHAIRS: ALL REINFORCING STEEL AND DOWEL BARS IN PAVEMENT SHALL BE SUPPORTED AND MAINTAINED AT THE CORRECT CLEARANCES BY THE USE OF BAR CHAIRS OR OTHER APPROVED SUPPORT. J I 9. CONNECTION TO EXISTING PAVEMENT: WHERE PROPOSED PAVEMENT TO EXISTING PAVEMENT IS TO BE CONSTRUCTED BY THE CONTRACTOR, AT LEAST 15„ OF REINFORCING STEEL SHALL BE EXPOSED FROM THE EXISTING PAVEMENT, OR THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE HORIZONTAL DOWEL BARS PER THE DETAILS. c 10. TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS FOR CONCRETE PLACEMENT: CONCRETE SHALL NOT BE PLACED WHEN THE TEMPERATURE IS BELOW 40 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT AND FALLING, BUT MAYBE PLACED WHEN TEMPERATURE IS ABOVE 35 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT AND RISING. THE TEMPERATURE READING SHALL BETAKEN IN THE SHADE II I AND AWAY FROM ARTIFICIAL HEAT. 11. CONCRETE PAVEMENT CURING: MEMBRANE CURING TYPE 2, WHITE PIGMENTED, SHALL BE USED FOR CURING ALL CONCRETE SURFACES IMMEDIATELY AFTER FINISHING OF SURFACES AND SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TEXAS HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS ITEM #526. EP: 0+94.00 12. TESTING: SAMPLES FOR STRENGTH TESTS OF THE CONCRETE PAVEMENT WILL BETAKEN BY THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER TO VERIFY DESIGN STRENGTH. PAVEMENT AREAS FOUND TO BE DEFICIENT IN STRENGTH SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED SOLELY AT THE EXPENSE OF THE CONTRACTOR. THE GEOTECHNICAL BP: 0+00.00 I N 7039220.05 N 7039287.91 ¢ I E 2373294.00 ENGINEER SHALL ALSO RANDOMLY CORE THE PAVEMENT TO VERIFY THE THICKNESS OF CONCRETE. ANY AREA FOUND TO BE DEFICIENT IN THICKNESS SHALL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED SOLELY AT THE EXPENSE OF THE CONTRACTOR. E 2373359.0413. SIDEWALKS AND RAMPS: CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS WHEELCHAIR RAMPS AND ACCESSIBLE ROUTES SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TEXAS ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS TAS AND THE AMERICANS DISIBILITY ACT (ADA). N 14. PAVEMENT MARKINGS: PAVEMENT MARKINGS SHALL BE PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TEXAS "UNIFORM TRAFFIC MANUAL FOR PAVEMENT MARKINGS". FIRE LANES SHALL BE STRIPED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES' REQUIREMENTS. ALL HANDICAP SYMBOLS, SIGNAGE AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS +q .v S 6' 0+ -- SHALL COMPLY WITH TAS AND ADA STANDARDS. v4.0 - ¢ 15. PROTECTION OF EXISTING UTILITIES: AS REQUIRED BY "THE TEXAS UNDERGROUND FACILITY DAMAGE PREVENTION AND SAFETY ACT", TEXAS ONE CALL SYSTEM MUST BE CONTACTED (800-245-4545) AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ANY EXCAVATION OPERATIONS BEING PERFORMED. IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CONTACT TEXAS ONE CALL SYSTEM. THE LOCATION AND DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THE PLANS RELATIVE TO EXISTING UTILITIES ARE BASED ON THE BEST RECORDS AND/OR FIELD INFORMATION AVAILABLE AND ARE NOT GUARANTEED BY THE DEVELOPER OR ENGINEER MULT. BOX I TO BE ACCURATE AS TO LOCATION AND DEPTH. IT SHALL BE THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO VERIFY LOCATIONS OF ADJACENT AND/OR CONFLICTING UTILITIES SUFFICIENTLY IN ADVANCE OF HIS ACTIVITIES IN ORDER THAT HE MAY NEGOTIATE SUCH LOCAL ADJUSTMENTS AS NECESSARY IN THE CULVERT CL CONSTRUCTION PROCESS TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE CLEARANCES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE ALL NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS IN ORDER TO PROTECT ALL EXISTING UTILITIES, SERVICES AND STRUCTURES ENCOUNTERED, WHETHER OR NOT THEY ARE INDICATED ON THE PLANS. ANY DAMAGE TO UTILITIES I RESULTING FROM THE CONTRACTOR'S OPERATIONS SHALL BE RESTORED AT HIS EXPENSE. TO AVOID UNNECESSARY INTERFERENCES OR DELAYS, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ALL UTILITY REMOVALS, REPLACEMENTS AND CONSTRUCTION WITH THE APPROPRIATE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES, THEN REQUEST WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FROM THE ENGINEER. THE DEVELOPER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES DUE TO DELAY AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE. CONDUIT AND SLEEVING NOTES - 1. PLACEMENT OF CONDUIT AND SLEEVES: ALL UNDERGROUND CONDUIT AND SLEEVES ARE TO BE PLACED BEFORE SITE PAVING CONSTRUCTION COMMENCES AND SHALL BE BURIED A MINIMUM OF 24" BELOW THE BOTTOM OF PAVEMENT, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL CONDUIT WHICH REQUIRE A MINIMUM COVER OF 36". ALL CONDUIT AND CD SLEEVES SHALL EXTEND TWO (2) FEET BEYOND THE BACK OF CURB OR EDGE OF SIDEWALK. TURN CONDUIT UPWARD AND CAP EACH CONDUIT 6" ABOVE FINISH GRADE. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH DETAILED AS-BUILT LOCATION INFORMATION FOR ALL CONDUIT AND SLEEVES TO THE DEVELOPER. 2. TELEPHONE CONDUIT: FURNISH AND INSTALL TWO (2) 4" DIAMETER SCHEDULE 40 PVC TELEPHONE CONDUIT WITH PULL WIRES FROM THE SITE PROPERTY LINE TO 5' OUTSIDE THE BUILDING WALL AT THE TELEPHONE ROOM IN THE BUILDING. CONDUIT SHALL BE CAPPED AT BOTH ENDS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE _ /\ WITH THE LOCAL TELEPHONE COMPANY TO VERIFY THE EXACT LOCATION OF CONDUIT TO BE INSTALLED FOR THEIR USE. MARK LOCATIONS OF CONDUIT WITH #3 X 36" REBAR INSTALLED 2' INTO THE GROUND AT EACH END LOCATION. N I / 3. ELECTRIC AND GAS CONDUIT: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH THE LOCAL ELECTRIC AND GAS PROVIDER TO VERIFY THE EXACT SIZE, TYPE, NUMBER AND LOCATION OF CONDUIT AND/OR SLEEVING REQUIRED TO BE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR FOR GAS AND ELECTRIC FACILITIES TO SERVE THIS SITE. MARK i / \ LOCATIONS OF CONDUIT WITH #3 X 36" REBAR INSTALLED 2' INTO THE GROUND AT EACH END LOCATION. Y 4. SITE LIGHTING CONDUIT: REFERENCE MEP PLANS FOR SITE LIGHTING AND ALL RELATED CONDUIT, WIRING, PULL BOXES, POLE BASES AND ASSOCIATED ELECTRICAL WORK TO BE COORDINATED AND/OR PROVIDED FOR BY THE CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO PAVING OPERATIONS. GPS / 5. IRRIGATION CONDUIT: ALL IRRIGATION CONDUIT AND SLEEVES SHALL BE SCHEDULE 40 PVC, INSTALLED WITH A MINIMUM OF 24" COVER. REFERENCE THE PAVING PLAN AND/OR LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR NUMBER OF CONDUIT, SIZE AND LOCATIONS OF PROPOSED IRRIGATION CONDUITS AND SLEEVES. 6. PULL WIRES: ALL UNDERGROUND CONDUIT AND SLEEVES SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH PULL WIRES. / 7. CONFLICTS: IN THE EVENT OF A CONFLICT BETWEEN CONDUIT AND STORM DRAIN AND/OR UTILITY PIPING, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ADJUST CONDUIT DOWNWARD FOR CLEARANCE. THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR INTERIM REVIEW AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR CONSTRUCTION, BIDDING OR PERMIT PURPOSES. BY: Clayton T. Redinger Reg. No.: 97497 Date: 03/28/2017 BENCHMARKS: BM1 DOVE RD CULVERT THE SITE BENCHMARK ISA MAG NAIL SET IN CONCRETE NEAR THE FACE OF CURB ON THE SOUTH END OF MEDIAN APPROXIMATELY 1366 FEET SOUTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF DAVIS BOULEVARD AND DOVE ROAD. THE BENCHMARK HAS THE DIMENSIONAL CONTROL FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,371,356.00'1 Y =7,039,974.15' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) Z = 675.07' (NAVD'88). TOWN OF WESTLAKE BM2 INC. 420 Johnson Road,Suite 303 THE SITE BENCHMARK IS A MAG NAIL SET APPROXIMATELY 40 FEET EAST OF D E OTTE, Ieller,Texas 76248 THE CENTERLINE OF DOVE ROAD, SAID MAG NAIL BEING APPROXIMATELY 225 • Fax 817-337-5133 Phone 817-337-8899 NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF HIDDEN SPRING COURT AND DOVE ROAD. THE CI V I L ENGINEERING FIRM REGISTRATION:#F-003116 TX \X WAX.DEOTTE.COM BENCHMARK HAS THE FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,373,155.14'1 Y =7,039,995.61' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) I Z = 615.54' (NAVD'88). DRAWN BY. SCALE: DATE: PROJECT NO.: I SHEET. 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CAST-IN-PLACE G / C1 REMOVE EX. 36 RCP 5-10'X7' MBC / �3 2+0 3+00 4+00 DOVE ROAD 4+64 _ Q © AND © 2017 Microsoft Corporation lg.J_ STA:0+20.05 DOVE RD CL - - TW=609.68 TW4609.68 TW=609.68 REMOVE & REPLACE BEGIN CONCRETE PAVING - - -� miniBW=609.11 FL 00.70 BW=609.11 APPROX. 1250 SY PVMT. _ _ _ MATCH EXISTING _- - - - - - - _- - - - - - - VICINITY MAP ` - co -------- N T S 609- - - - --- - - 609 "' - - - - - - - - - _ - - - - - - - � \ - `�\ _ � 608 - - 608 c\ � - �- - - - -� - - - - - \ \ \ \ I 81'SS \\ GAS S '�GAS GAS � S �I STA:4+20.18 DOVE RD CL END CONCRETE PAVING l REMOVE RELOCATE MATCH EXISTING \ \ 8`SS o � 165 LF EX. GAS LINE \ AROUND CONSTRUCTION PRELIMINARY PROP. 10' UTIL. ESMT. / THIS DOCUMENT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL QUAIL HOLLOW \ \/ \ \ /, - MATCH EXISTING GRADE PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR INTERIM REVIEW, BIDDING, 606 - �� AT EX. ROAD / OR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES. STORM DRAIN NOTES TYPICAL PAVEMENT SECTION 1. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES: REFER TO SHEET C-0.4 "GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES, LEGEND AND N.T.S. ABBREVIATIONS" FOR THE GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES FOR THE PROJECT. NOTE: HMAC BASE COURSE SHALL BE TY C AND 2. PROTECTION OF UTILITIES: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE NECESSARY PROVISIONS FOR THE SUPPORT AND HMAC SURFACE COURSE SHALL BE TY D, PROTECTION OF ALL UTILITY POLES, FENCES, TREES, SHRUBS, GAS MAINS, TELEPHONE CABLES, ELECTRIC CABLES, 5" HMAC PAVEMENT PER TOWN OF WESTLAKE ENGINEERING STANDARDS. DRAINAGE PIPES, UTILITY SERVICES, AND ALL OTHER UTILITIES AND STRUCTURES BOTH ABOVE AND BELOW THE GROUND. 8" FLEX BASE SUBGRADE HMAC PAVEMENT SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED 3. PUBLIC STORM DRAIN PIPE: UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON THE DRAWINGS, ALL PIPE FOR PUBLIC STORM DRAIN BY THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE. ALL OTHER IMPROVEMENTS SHALL BE REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE (RCP), CLASS III. IMPROVEMENTS SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED THIS PHASE. i � III III � i 4. PRIVATE STORM DRAIN PIPE: UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON THE DRAWINGS, ALL PIPE FOR PRIVATE STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENTS NOT UNDER PAVEMENT SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: GREATER THAN 36": REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE (RCP), CLASS III UPSTREAM HEADWALL 15" THROUGH 36": REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE (RCP), CLASS III OR HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE PIPE (HDPE), N-12 4" THROUGH 12": POLYVINYL CHLORIDE PIPE (PVC), SDR - 35, OR HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE PIPE (HDPE), N-12 5. RCP JOINT SEALANT: REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE JOINTS SHALL BE SEALED WITH RAMNECK OR APPROVED EQUAL. 620 620 6. GROUTING: ALL PIPE ENTERING PUBLIC STORM DRAIN STRUCTURES SHALL BE GROUTED TO ASSURE WATERTIGHT o m CONNECTIONS. D T Z II W r U X L6 U I N w 7. CONCRETE COLLARS: CONCRETE COLLARS SHALL BE INSTALLED AT ALL CHANGES IN CONDUIT SIZE AND AT ALL JOINTS Qj W PVI ELEV: 609.72 + = a UTHAT ARE PULLED IN EXCESS OF THAT RECOMMENDED BY THE CONDUIT MANUFACTURER. + _ 10 .0 C:) Z LVC: 1 E 3.22 Q D a Q 615 1— w O ¢ a r Low PT. ST 2+16.40 1p ( w IF 615 8. ROOF DRAINS: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE THE EXACT LOCATION OF ROOF DRAIN LATERALS WITH BUILDING + PLANS FOR DOWNSPOUT CONNECTIONS. END AND CAP ROOF DRAIN LATERALS FIVE (5) FEET FROM BUILDING AT 12" w w BELOW FINISH GRADE FOR CONNECTION OF DOWNSPOUTS. � � TIE-IN TO EX. PVMT. TIE-IN TO EX. PVMT. PROP. GRD @ CL m w -0.50 o 105.0 TY PW-1 TXDO HEADWALL 1.1 % -- 9. ADJUSTMENT OF STRUCTURES: ALL STORM DRAIN STRUCTURES INCLUDING MANHOLES, INLETS AND CLEANOUTS MUST BE _ ADJUSTED TO PROPER LINE AND GRADE BY THE CONTRACTOR PRIOR TO, AND AFTER, PLACEMENT OF PAVING AND 610 TOP PVMT. 610.00 - 610 GRASSING. 607 10. PROTECTION OF EXISTING UTILITIES: AS REQUIRED BY "THE TEXAS UNDERGROUND FACILITY DAMAGE PREVENTION AND - - - SAFETY ACT", TEXAS ONE CALL SYSTEM MUST BE CONTACTED (800-245-4545) AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ANY � \ ' / EXCAVATION OPERATIONS BEING PERFORMED. IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CONTACT TEXAS ONE CALL Ni IFILL SYSTEM. THE LOCATION AND DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THE PLANS RELATIVE TO EXISTING UTILITIES ARE BASED ON THE 605 EX. GIRD. @ RT ROW605 BEST RECORDS AND/OR FIELD INFORMATION AVAILABLE AND ARE NOT GUARANTEED BY THE DEVELOPER OR ENGINEER TO BE ACCURATE AS TO LOCATION AND DEPTH. IT SHALL BE THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO VERIFY LOCATIONS OF ADJACENT AND/OR CONFLICTING UTILITIES SUFFICIENTLY IN ADVANCE OF HIS ACTIVITIES IN ORDER THAT EX. GRD. @ CL 1.0' HE MAY NEGOTIATE SUCH LOCAL ADJUSTMENTS AS NECESSARY IN THE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE CLEARANCES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE ALL NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS IN ORDER TO PROTECT ALL EXISTING ROP. GRD AT HEADWALL UTILITIES, SERVICES AND STRUCTURES ENCOUNTERED, WHETHER OR NOT THEY ARE INDICATED ON THE PLANS. ANY EX. GRD. @ Lr ROW DAMAGE TO UTILITIES RESULTING FROM THE CONTRACTOR'S OPERATIONS SHALL BE RESTORED AT HIS EXPENSE. TO AVOID UNNECESSARY INTERFERENCES OR DELAYS, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ALL UTILITY REMOVALS, 600 = 600 REPLACEMENTS AND CONSTRUCTION WITH THE APPROPRIATE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES, THEN REQUEST WRITTEN (H WL FOOTER) AUTHORIZATION FROM THE ENGINEER. THE DEVELOPER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES DUE TO DELAY AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE. THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR INTERIM REVIEW AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR CONSTRUCTION, BIDDING OR PERMIT PURPOSES. 595 595 BY: Clayton T. Redinger EX. GRD @ CL PROP. GRD @ CL Reg. No.: 97497 Date: 03/28/2017 BENCHMARKS: BM1 DOVE RD CULVERT CO r� (D 0) � cO O r 00 � N r r (D (D O 00 O m N 00 r- r w THE SITE BENCHMARK IS A MAG NAIL SET IN CONCRETE NEAR THE FACE OF I� N co U? (D N �? O N (D O O O O O � O 00 r (O M m �? Nt 00 O T D) CURB ON THE SOUTH END OF MEDIAN APPROXIMATELY 1366 FEET SOUTH OF THE r C C r CD CD = C O r p O r O O r O O r O ou q6 O = o T r INTERSECTION OF DAVIS BOULEVARD AND DOVE ROAD. THE BENCHMARK HAS THE GRADING PLAN r.0 CD � � CD (0 � � co � � � CD CD (0 CD CD cD � co CO (0 co co CD FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,371,356.00'1 Y =7,039,974.15' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) Z = 675.07' (NAVD'88). TOWN OF WESTLAKE BM2 420 Johnson Road,Suite 303 0+50 1 +00 1 +50 2+00 2+50 3+00 3+50 4+00 THE SITE BENCHMARK IS A MAG NAIL SET APPROXIMATELY 40 FEET EAST OF INC.+ 11DEOTTE, 1 eller,Texas 76248 -8899 THE CENTERLINE OF DOVE ROAD, SAID MAG NAIL BEING APPROXIMATELY 225 • Fax 817-337-5133 Phone 817-337-8899 NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF HIDDEN SPRING COURT AND DOVE ROAD. THE C 1 V I L ENGINEERING FIRMRl GISTRATION:#F-003116 TX \X WAX.DI OTTE.COM BENCHMARK HAS THE FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,373,155.14'1 Y =7,039,995.61' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) I Z = 615.54' (NAVD'88). DRAWN BY. SCALE: DATE: PROJECT NO.: I SHEET. DAC ill = 20' 3/28/2017 201511100 C-1.0 YRd C) _ 3:1 � U) o � \ co Z I / 1 \ o INSTALL 120CY J < J k3'•1 C° 12"-18" GROUTED 0 LL. C)� ro \ \ I STONE RIPRAP 4 tir; it -'4 STRUCTURAL WALL INSTALL TYPE 3, 8OZ NOW W/ STONE FACING o) �' x MINUS WOVEN 1FOOT ALONG WALL Lr) � ' I �o SITE I H VARIES 3" PVC WEEP HOLES @ 9' O.C. �Q ( ) Fair Oaks �� ---- I �" (FL 2 ABOVE TOP OF FOOTING) ti Dove Rd INSTALL 80CY 12"-18" GROUTED z CONTINUOUS POCKET OF CLEAN STONE RIPRAP �6O COARSE $" TO 1z" GRAVEL Ertic�avet - -- — 604- I �� WITH TYPE 1, 4 OZ. FILTER 4 n FABRIC SURROUNDING EP: 0+94.00 � M4Ckin �Id I BP: 0+00.00 .j o'er I �, r'� � N 7039220.05 N 7039287.91 �O \ E 2373294.00 E 2373359.04 6 3- - - 0 10 20 40 Rt�a 61 -hos Q O AND O 2017 Microsoft Cor oratlo a _ ( IN FEET ) OX `° ° 1 INCH M U LT. s = 20 FT i — ��" '�' - CULVE CL soe, VICINITY MAP Ro 6'0>� N.T.S. ,6 I 109 STA:0+30.00 DOVE CULVERT / \ BEGIN 10'X7' MBC - WEEP HOLE DETAIL INSTALLLL TYPE PW-1 �p9 STA:0+64.00 _ DOVE CULVERT TXDOT HEADWALL - END (5) 10'X7' MBC NOT TO SCALE W/ STONE FACING ---- � TW - 609.50 INSTALL TYPE PW-1 I TXDOT HEADWALL NOTE. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO FL == 600.50 2.0 W/ STONE FACING OUTSIDE FACE OF WALL UNLESS 1 TW = 609.68 OTHERWISE NOTED. \o FL = 600.70 i �0 I� i I REMOVE & DISPOSE OF 64 LF—j DRAIN PPE &EXISTING 2�TORM CONCRETE HEADWALLS HEADWALL/RETAINING I ca � NWALL STRUCTURE WITH 3:1 � Co�' STONE FACING FARMS RELOCATE (5) 10' X 7' MBC CK I I 0� SEE SHEET C-4.0 FOR DETAILS FARMS / I co I coo w E GAS11 11 i6�5 I C) PRELIMINARY I 3: THIS DOCUMENT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL N PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR INTERIM REVIEW, BIDDING, OR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES. CONTINUOUS POCKET OF CLEAN COARSE 8" TO 12" GRAVEL WITH FILTER FABRIC 620 620 J 0 J 0 J r J Z LL r J J Z Q U Q U t Q z o_ � Q o � o � Q o0 CD CD C:) = z o o � = zoo HEADWALL/RETAINING 3" PVC WEEP HOLES @ 9' O.C. + J O O CO `+° J O O WAL STRUCTURE WITH 615 O Q O � II O Q O c~i> II 615 STONE FACING SEE SECTION DETCD (FL 2" ABOVE AIL OTHIS OOSHEET ) p z z SEE SHEET C-4.0 FOR DETAILS PVM 610 DOVE RD. 610 100YR HGL WEEP HOLE SYSTEM f _ = 608.23 NOT TO SCALE � v 100YR HG 605 I EX. GR DE @ CL 605 /+/ GRAVEL POCKET SIZING WALL HEIGHT POCKET HEIGHT(h) Pocket Width(w) 600 600 0-4' 12" " 12 >4'-8' 24" 12" - >8' 36" 12" 120 12"-18" GROUTED STONE 80CY 12"-13" RIPRA 34 LF 5 - 10'X7' 595S I OIN IE EX. GAS CAST IN PLACE 595 RIF?R4 F? MBC 0.59% Non-Woven Geotextile Requirements Table Physical Properties Test Method Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR INTERIM REVIEW EX. 12" WTR Q100 = 2794 CFS "TEX-616J, AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR CONSTRUCTION, Hw = 7.53" Fabric Weight, on an construction BIDDING OR PERMIT PURPOSES. V = 6. FPS BY: Clayton T. Redinger ambient temperatire air- Fabrics"ASTM D 4 oz/SY 6 oz/SY 8 oz/SY Reg. No.: 97497 590 590 dried tension free sample 5261 Minimum Minimum Minimum Date: 03/28/2017 Permitivity 1/sec. ASTM D 4491 1.0, Min. 0.5, Min. 1.35, Min. 445 N (1001bs) 890 N (200lbs) 912 N (205lbs) Tensile Strength, N ASTM D 4632 Minimum Minimum Minimum BENCHMARKS: LO BM' DOVE RD CULVERT O CV Apparent Opening Size ASTM D 4751 70-100 80-120 80-120 THE SITE BENCHMARK IS A MAG NAIL SET IN CONCRETE NEAR THE FACE OF Oq LO n O T o/o CURB ON THE SOUTH END OF MEDIAN APPROXIMATELY 1366 FEET SOUTH OF THE Elongation At Yield ASTM D 4632 Zo-1oo Zo-1oo Zo 10o CULVERT PLAN & PROFILE O O O O O O INTERSECTION OF DAVIS BOULEVARD AND DOVE ROAD. THE BENCHMARK HAS THE O O O O O O 156 N (35lbs) 334 N (75lbs) 378 N (85lbs) FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,371,356.00'1 Y =7,039,974.15' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM Trapezoidal Tear, N ASTM D 4533 Minimum Minimum Minimum OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) I Z = 675.07' (NAVD'88). TOWN OF WESTLAKE BM2 420 Johnson Road,Suite 303 THE SITE BENCHMARK IS A MAG NAIL SET APPROXIMATELY 40 FEET EAST OF , +�� 0+50 0+94 Keller,Texas 76248 NDEOTTE INC. THE CENTERLINE OF DOVE ROAD, SAID MAG NAIL BEING APPROXIMATELY 225 Fax 817-337-5133 Phone 817-337-8899 NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF HIDDEN SPRING COURT AND DOVE ROAD. THE CIVIL ENGINEERING FIRM REGISTRATION:#F-003116 TX WW\X.DEOTTE.COM BENCHMARK HAS THE FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,373,155.14'1 Y =7,039,995.61' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) I Z = 615.54' (NAVD'88). DRAWN BY: SCALE: DATE: PROJECT NO.: SHEET: DAC NTS 3/28/2017 201511100 C-2.0 u�?0� SITE F81f Oaks Dr Dove Rd Mockin�'ind Q0 Rt�� APPROX. 250 LF I E EROSION CTRL FENCE I I I Q C AND C 2017 Microsoft Corporatio ,.,,a r190-- w \ _ \ \\ \ \ APPROX. 350SY \ \\ \\ \��/ X111 I I i \ I Q0I - EROSION CTRL. MAT VICINITY MAP \ 2 w \ V 6"SS 6 6"SSS 6"SS 6"SS 6"SS 6"SS \ 6 0 0 ��» o o \ I I N.T.S. 0 0 12 W ��_ _ ON 1� �I PROP. ROCK O a o \ �\ 12�� — — — \ — — — \ / BERM _ — — — \ — 608 0 — — — — — — — r \ �— V A I 12"w 1 2'' 12"W 12"W 2„ � v � 1 W 12„W � 12"W � — _ � - \ LEGEND � \ 6' O -0+00 � � ; ./ � EROSION CONTROL FENCE \ 606� `� , v - 65 \ 609 608 607�� cow _ -�:, 607—_ EROSION CONTROL MAT \ \ _ --- ---- - — - - 608 _ \ __ _ _ ROCK BERM \ —%ftmb _ I -609- o _ ', \ \ \ 2+00 < � — 3+00 — /4+64 m 71 mmmmw� S — 1 - - --� J � o -- -- - rx - - - - - -_- — - - - - - - - - -- - - - - — ----609 = 609 06 608 APPROX. 3705 608 EROSION CTRL. MAT Q ----- J PRELIMINARY THIS DOCUMENT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL 8 , \ \ I I PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR INTERIM REVIEW, BIDDING, SS GAS s ,GAS Gas G s OR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES. �„ SS — — \ \ \ ---- 8"ss APPROX. 65 LF \ >> \ \ a \ / A — - EROSION CTRL FENCE \V A A\ I\\ fl — EROSION CONTROL PLAN 1 " = 20' SILT FENCE STEEL FENCE POST 1- MAX. $' SPACING, WIN- 44 HEIGHT j L 24-" ABOVE Q, Q. EKIBEDMEN7 = 1' EXE-ST, GROUND) ����������4tL Cc 4- kiP4 T Q APTN 4� �Q'Ll B AC SING Sr PPQRT 0 10 20 40 �t c -1ir1.4x5Yi,4 INIMI.p:' EACH SIDE MAX. BJP0 14 BACKFILL AELGWAB LIE, TTP_ CHAIN4. CC LINK FENCE F, RiC I I/2 N SILT 6' MIN. TOP + INK F x+1311 s FENCE OF STONE. WOVEN WIRE ( IN FEET ) a0q o� EACH SIDE OF �HEATHINC 1 INCH = 20 FT •Qa o�A> a'tl Yeti SILT FENCE r � + { ::: I _? _ =_-_ o0��°SIo OpQ°�� o FLOW 1S'• MIN. -3 TO 4 INCHES � --- - 3� ��d oo,.o�o�dao b' '' 4{ f 1 1/2' FILTER STONE f tOVV FLOW —L- -k I I III Il �i�' � ROCK13�:1� ��T10IV STOW OVERFLOW s�uc� FALLRIC TOE--IN THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR INTERIM REVIEW SILT FENCE DETAIL AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR CONSTRUCTION, BIDDING OR PERMIT PURPOSES. N T BY: Clayton T. Redinger Reg. No.: 97497 Date: 03/28/2017 BENCHMARKS: BM' THE SITE BENCHMARK IS A MAG NAIL SET IN CONCRETE NEAR THE FACE OF DOVE RD CULVERT CURB ON THE SOUTH END OF MEDIAN APPROXIMATELY 1366 FEET SOUTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF DAVIS BOULEVARD AND DOVE ROAD. THE BENCHMARK HAS THE EROSION CONTROL PLAN FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,371,356.00'1 Y =7,039,974.15' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) I Z = 675.07' (NAVD'88). TOWN OF WES TLAKE BM2 INC. 0 Johnson Road,Suite 303 THE SITE BENCHMARK IS A MAG NAIL SET APPROXIMATELY 40 FEET EAST OF NDEOTTE 11 Veller,Texas 76248 THE CENTERLINE OF DOVE ROAD, SAID MAG NAIL BEING APPROXIMATELY 225 • Fax 817-337-5133 Phone 817-337-8899 NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF HIDDEN SPRING COURT AND DOVE ROAD. THE CIVIL ENGINEERING FIRM REGISTRATION:#F-003116(TX) WWW.DEOTTE.COM BENCHMARK HAS THE FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,373,155.14'1 Y =7,039,995.61' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) I Z = 615.54' (NAVD'88). DRAWN BY: SCALE: DATE: PROJECT NO.: SHEET DAC NTS 3/28/2017 201511100 C-3.0 ORNAMENTAL 3'-6" 7.5 RAIL 1" OVERHANG NOM. PRELIMINARY 7' THIS DOCUMENT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR INTERIM REVIEW, BIDDING, 3" OR CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES. rte\ 1._3.. 4' �;� 3.. NOTE: CONTRACTOR TO EXTEND CONCRETE 2'-6" WINGWALL TO HEIGHTS AND LENGTHS 2'-3" (MIN.) SHOWN. ADD BARS AS NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN REQUIRED SPACING AND PROPOSED GROUND LENGTHEN BARS J1 AND V ACCORDING ALONG INSIDE WALL TO TXDOT STANDARD (PW). 6" STONE WING WALL STONE WING WALL ELEVATION (TYP.) NOT TO SCALE 6" CL CL c .04 10.0 NOTE: 32' TO INSIDE FACE OF WALL ORNAMENTAL RAIL ASSEMBLY 3'-6" 6° 9,-6, GRIND ALL ORNAMENTAL RAIL WELDS SMOOTH SEE DETAIL THIS SHEET 6" AND PAINT ALL SURFACES OF ALL MEMBERS. COLOR & HARDWARE TO BE CHOSEN BY TOWN 4.0' 3" OF WESTLAKE. CONC. END WALL 3"X6" STL. TUBE 3" 3" 1.0' SUBGRADE 3'-6" 4"SQ. PICKETS @ 4" O.C. STONE VENEER 6„ 2'-1" 4" DIA. STL. TUBE ARCH = 2.0% 5" ASPHALT 6" SQ. POST W/ CAP 5" VARIES i ' 3"X6" STL. TUBE 3.. �� 3.. F- 8" (MIN.) O.C. SUBGRADE TOP OF CONC. WALL 5" t3"T. s 5" CONTINUOUS POCKET OF CLEAN COARSE 8" TO 11" GRAVEL WITH TYPE 1, 4 OZ. FILTER PROPOSED BOX STL. PLATE - BOLT OR FABRIC SURROUNDING STRUCTURE STM. SLEEVE @ CONC. WALL STONE VENEER AFFIXED TO WALL WITH TIES SPACED 24" VERTICAL AND 16" HORIZONTAL. 3" x 5" STONE LEDGE FOR ROCK FACING ORNAMENTAL RAILING PANEL W/ END POSTS (TYP.)_ NOT TO SCALE ORNAMENTAL RAILING PANEL SECTION (TYP.) NOT TO SCALE NOTES: 1. TYPICAL STONE TYPE AND PATTERNS TO BE APPROVED BY TOWN OF WESTLAKE PRIOR — (8) 10' RAIL SECTIONS STONE WING WALLS & TO INSTALLATION. 2. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE 4" STONE LEDGE FOOTING W/ STONE CAP AT BOTTOM GRADE OF HEADWALL AND TOP III im 1jLjL__m_j­­jL_L_jL_jLt1 Rml Rm 1 '00/ OF CULVERTS. PROP. GROUND ALONG INSIDE SEE INSET 0 o TOP OF PAGE OF WALL STRUCTURAL WALL o 3 3 THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR INTERIM REVIEW W/ STONE FACING �1 1� AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR CONSTRUCTION, SEE SHEET SD-1 FOR WALL BIDDING OR PERMIT PURPOSES. STRUCTURAL DETAILS o o BY: Clayton T. Redinger 3" WEEP HOLES Reg. No.: 97497 Date: 03/03/2017 (5) 10' X 7' BOX CULVERTS SEE SHEETS SD-1 & SD-3 BENCHMARKS: FOR STRUCTURAL DETAILS BM1DOVE RD CULVERT THE SITE BENCHMARK ISA MAG NAIL SET IN CONCRETE NEAR THE FACE OF CURB THE SOUTH END OF MEDIAN APPROXIMATELY 1366 FEET SOUTH OF THE TYPICAL BOX CULVERT CROSSING ELEVATION WALL & RAIL DETAILS INTERSECTION TION OF DAVIS BOULEVARD AND DOVE ROAD. THE BENCHMARK HAS THE FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,371,356.00'1 Y =7,039,974.15' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM NOT TO SCALE OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) Z = 675.07' (NAVD'88). TOWN OF WESTLAKE BM2 420 Johnson Road,Suite 303 THE SITE BENCHMARK IS A MAG NAIL SET APPROXIMATELY 40 FEET EAST OF D E OTTE, INC. eller,Texas 76248 THE CENTERLINE OF DOVE ROAD, SAID MAG NAIL BEING APPROXIMATELY 225 • Fax 817-337-5133 Phone 817-337-8899 NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF HIDDEN SPRING COURT AND DOVE ROAD. THE CI V I L ENGINEERING FIRM REGISTRATION:#F-003116 TX \X W\X.DEOTTE.COM BENCHMARK HAS THE FOLLOWING VALUES X = 2,373,155.14'1 Y =7,039,995.61' (TEXAS COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, CENTRAL ZONE) I Z = 615.54' (NAVD'88). DRAWN BY. SCALE: DATE: PROJECT NO.: I SHEET. DAC NTS 3/22/2017 201511100 C-4.a TABLE OF DIMENSIONS REINFORCING STEEL TABLE OF WINGWALL WING N DIMENSION LCUL TIONS REINFORCING 51 Angle = o° (Wings for One Structure End) ings) ■ Variable Esti mated Estimated Formulas: (A I I values are n Feet) At d i schorge end, chamfer may be 4 " . Quantities (quantities Bar Size No. a . B _ + + 11 Dimensions Reinforcing per Aft per ft of D1 #8 �. 1 ,# -o" A7 I e s Hw - H T C; i For 150 Skew - 1 of wing Toewa I I # 11 Skew Lw = (Hw) (SL cosine for T} PW- 1 For 30)° Skew - 2" Maximum Bars J1 Bars J (2-Wings) ( 1 -�Toewa I I ) D "� 1 r - 11 Angle = (Hw - 1 " ) (SL) C:os i ne for Ty PW- and Her 4 ' For 450 Skew - 3" E1 #4 1 -0 = (Hw - 0. 5j' ) (SL) ; Cosine a for Ty Pel- and H 4 � ■ Quantities shown are for two Type PW- 1 wings. YY � n rva I I Re i of Oona Re i of C:onc ■ g . He�ght � 2 .- Spa .- Spa F #q � 1 r -�" 3# "0 " For Cast- in- place cu I culverts:Hw cn (Lb Ft) ( Y F t) (Lb/Ft) (CY Ft) D #8 -W 811Adjust concrete Volume for Type PW-2 w � ngs. To r��{ �+y ��+y ��+y f Ltw = I(N) (S) + (N + 1 ) (U) ] Cos i ne determine estimated quantities for two wings, 20 _ 11 24F - 1011 - 1 011 1 CII" 1 * - fill {.1 #4 10 _fill #4 1 * _011 44+• V4 0• 4C�V V• � 0• 0 1 1 I�� #� � � f r f BAR Di multiply the tabulated values b Lw. 2' -911 * - 1 Oil 10 11 1 * _ oil 7.1 #4 1 r _011 #4 1 * -011 49. 31 0. 424 8. 85 0. 071 P #4 �- 1 ' -B" For Precast culverts:Ltw = C (N) ( U + ) + (N - 1:34 (0. 5 ] -.*1- Cosine o1J ti7 i n Quantities shown do not include weight of 3r _011 F - 10" 1 011 1 f f.l_ �11 � 1 f _011 394 -0"� I _� 49. 98 .JV 0. 444 V. .8 0. 071 #4 I , _0.. , " " � � � r Total W i ngwa I I Area (Tyro Wings - SF ) Bars D. 3. - 311 ` - 1 Oil 1011 If _ B11 T11 #4 1 ' -811 #411 4r -O" 53. 32 0. 462 8. 85 B. T1 _ ( ) (Hw) (Lw) for T for ■w� and 5 v o a 11 * 11 11 * 11 11 / 11 * 11 a - ( ) (H7T) (LR) - F 1 or T P77 - and H �* P��■ i de w�epl�Lr I � f�.r� H _ � _ 11 and greater. 3 -B - 10 10 1 - 0 T #4 1 -0 #4 1 -0 53. 98 0. 480 6. 85 0. 071 J4 X10 Fill around weepho I es with coarse grovel . 4 , _011 3* _ 211 1 , _ 211 1 * _ 011 T.1 #4 1 t _011 #4 1 . _011 55. 7T CIM. 532 . 85 0i 071 TABLE F less = (2) (H r) (Lw) - 1 . 5 F for Ty PYA-2 and Hw 4 * .. 4 ' -roll 3* _ 11 1 I _ 211 1 * _ 11 J11 ;}4 1 I _ 11 {} 1 l _ 11 f J {1 T EW LL Skew Extend Bars E21 ' -6" minimum i nto the w i ngwa I I b% Ur 7! 7! + r 568 6. 85/pay r/� 6. 96 pay w/.�1 r +r� REINFORCING Angle footing. 5` -011 Y _ X311 Is _ f11 1 f _ 11 f" #4 1 J _011 #411 'r -O' 4 1 f _O11 ■ 4 0. 32 V. J 0. 075 r r iF iF 11// Her = Height of 11 i ngwa I 5,f -611 31 - 911 1 , _ 711 1 , _ 211 711 #4 1 ' -B" #4 1 4r -O" 87. 48 0. 668 8. 98 0. 075Lop Bars i 1 * -8" mini mum with Bars M2. _ 11 * _ 11 . _ 011 1 * _ 411 T.1 #5 1 ' -011 #5 1 * -011 80. 6T CIM. 730 7. 07 0. 070 J3 #4 1 e _011 Ltw = Culvert Toewa I I Length „ o 4 B, _611 4* _ 411 2& _ 011 1 * _ 411 T.1 #5 1 , -0" #5 1 * -0" 85. CIM 0. 768 7i 07 0. 07B #4 I = Number ofCulvert ■ Spans Bars Ca equally spaced at maximum, place a L: 1 = Channel Slope rat � o. (Horizontal : 1 Vertical , shown. Provide at least two pa i r Bars 0 per 7, _011 5* _ B11 2, _ 311 1 * _ X11 8.1 # 1 , _ 11 {#5 1 . _011 J . 1 . 8�y�74 8. 7 . 093 E2 #4 �. 1t _o11 Usual value is 2: 1 ) wing, Z.P ti uqc 0E 7' _611 5F - B11 2. _ 311 1f - 11 811 #5 1r _011 #5 1 . _011 98, 54 0. 902 8. 01 0. 093 0 Culvert Skean a.a [}�` +rte [}�` [}�` 0. 095 /�` [}�`y/.��+rte [}�, my /ry / _ 11 ! _ 11 / _ 811 1 ' - 1 V 11 .1 #5 6 " sI " 1 9. V V. 9 . 1 V. V✓sI 4� " mi n to �+# _ 11 max. Estimated c � heights r�e M � B' - S* - 2' - 8" 1 * - 1 O11 811 #5 #5 " 1 44. 4 7 1 . C}CIC) 8. 1 3 0. CI~95 See applicable box culvert standard for S, H, T shown elsewhere i n the plans. For structures � 1A 9' -611 " rot - 0" 2' - 1 0" * - 9" #5 F " #5 " 156. 93 1 . 136 8. 41 0. 110 N - 411 + 3811 and l] values. with pedestrian roll , bicycle ra I r curbs taller than 1 * -0" , refer to ECB standard. For t7l QJM 1 , _811 . _ 511 3' _ 11 2' _ 511 •1 #8 811 #5 " 198. 27 1 . 234 8. 57 0. 117 =Tstructures with T8 bridge ra i I , refer to T5-OM QJ � 1 1 r _811 7r _ 211 3r - 811 2' - 8 " 1 1 " #8 8 " #8 " 230. 13 1 . 438 9. 52 0. 140 + _ _ standard. For structures with traffic roll , 0 12' -811 7' - 8 " ' - 9" 2' - 1 1 " 1 ' - g" #7 8 " #8 6" 283. 41 1 . 532 9. 74 0. 157 2t7l , U U other than Tfar refer to R�40 standard. Cam 13' -811 ig - 2 " 4 ' - 0" 3' - L " 1 ' - 2" #8 8 " #8 B" 348. 72 1 . 804 10. 02 0. 188 + + "� "� 10 ■ For Vehicle safety, the following requirements r � � 14l' _8 �� a # - 1011 4 & - 5" Y - 5 " 10 - 4 " #9 8 " #8 B" 432. 94 048 10. 30 0. 218 + $ " l 1 .1 t1. i i iu }t be {tom i without �ry �Y I 11 / _ 1. I 11 J _ 11 I _ .1 11 11 - For structures A i tl out bridge ro i I , curbs QJ LJ1 5 - 9 8 4 - 1 3 8 1 8 # #7 489. 52 2. 32 1 1 . 24 0. 253 ■ p cannot project more than 3 " above finished } Lr r 11 r I. r 1 11 r 11 11 11 D Barre I QJ a 1 -0 - 1 1 5 - 011 . 3 - 1 1 1 - 7 # 8 #7 505. 72 2. 448 1 1 . 47 0. 279 BARS � 1 BARS � BARS ,� BARS re � of grade, Z J1 Culvert J1 - For structures with bridge rail , buildcurbs flush yr i th finished grade. Field Bend as needed■ a l l s ■ ■ Reduce curb heights, I f necessary, to meet the a "� L Liv above requirements. No changes will be made in W CL , _ 11 61 -011 11 , _ D2 D1 _ quantities and no additional compensation will Ch aL A 3 Extend Bars Ca 4 41 1 \ T... 3 0 Extend Bars Ca be a I I oared for this wort . �1 (Trp) = B L (Tp) = B F C B F 1 B F ^ F 11 1 * -0" typical . * -0" t p i ca I when RAC, standard W ngwall W ngwall is referenced elsewhere in the plans. 4r tn 0 o 3ownsa - 1 3* -0" for Her 4 " . _ _ _ _ _ _ W _ _ _ _ _ _ 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ W _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION C J1 _ J1 _ 13 6" for Hw < 4* . QC CU -0oD 31! V I V I D I I wtnMM _ _ � D OL i� .-I :-- Const I 11 Const I 1W Culvert GENERAL NOTES: U � Jt 3reepho I e it 3 weeph I e u e � Yea I I s Designed i n ■ accordance ith #ASHTC) LRFC) Bridge Design Specifications. J 1 Barre I J 1 Provide Class "0" Concrete ( f' c = 3, 600 psi Min) Re of and Grade 80 reinforcing steel . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Provide 1 " Min clear caner to reinforcing steel . ,] E a ,] E , D1 C)epthf tevra I I s for yr i ngvra I I s and cu Inerts may be • D2 reduced or eliminated when founded on solid roc. , when "' ` ' 2 directed by the Engineer. 7 F F See BCS sheet for yringwaII type and additional El M 1 hal _J3 E� M 1 M J3 dimensions and information. P , B P A B W � ngwall Y � ngall The quantities for concrete and reinforcing steel resulting from the formulas given on this sheet are PART I AL ELEVATION - PW - 1 PARTIAL ELEVATION - PW - 2 SECTION C - C for the Contractor' s information onIy. MIN DESIGNER NOTE : Type PW- 1 can be used for all applications and must 1 Finished n Canada Culvert be used if railing is to be mounted to the vingwaII . 11 (Roadway Slope) ° Skew Type PW- can only be used for applications without 2 10 - - - - - _ - _ - - _ - - - _ - _ - - _ - _ - - _ a ra i I i ng mounted to the wi ngwa I I . (Typ 11 = 0 I I } J1 I I I I I � Limits of Culvert � Limits of Culvert Bddge C) Lw I I Barrel Quantities LW Barrel Quantities DNOm F I I Tomm DaWMne nt of Thanspor&Mw Standaid I I � Const it 311 I , CONCRETE W J - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - "' `' .3 Ltw Lw WITH PARALLEL WINGS FOR -� Ltw Lw BOX CULVERTS _ - E 1 P = Length of W i ngr u I vert Skew 1 + 2 " E Toe of Slope bared onSL: 1 slope PLAN MIN along this line PLN TYP1 AND ES .08 8 8" M Toe of SlopePW 6w0.' DETAILS F R DETAILSFOR FILE: pwstde01.dgn EW. GAF car: CAT DW. TOOT car: Gff SECTION SECTION BNON - SKEWED BOX CULVERTS SKEWED BOX CULVERTS VKDU Febmary 410 CON•, SJFCr HIGHWAY PREVISIONS i 11-10. "Idorcing Ouandiles. 815T cauhrrr SHEET NO. i (Showing Y ng R nf) (Showing W i ng R i nf) (Shoal i ng 0Skew) 01.12. _1 Er PW-2. LJL SD-1 a'" min to 5, -01, marc. Estimated curb heights ore shown elsewhere i n the plans. For structures with pedestrian rail , bicycle rail or curbs toiler than 1 ' -0" , refer to ECD standard. For structures with T6 bridge rail , refer to T6-CM standard. For structures with traffic rail , other than T , refer to RAC standard. Length of Bax For vehicle safety, the following requirements must be ret: For structures without bridge rail , curbs shall project Bars F Bars F no more than " above finished grade. ( TopB� Bott ) gars Bars - For structures with bridge rail , curbs shall b flush B U I with finished grade. Curb heights shall be reduced, if necessary, to meet the Bars F � Eq spa (Trp) . Till above requirements. IVa changes will be made n quantities Permissible Bars - - - - - - - - - - - and no additional compensation will be allowed for this Const J t F E F Bars worst. (Typ) Bars g11 I bars H For curbs less than 1 } - " high, tilt bars I or reduce bar ~ _ (Top) j Bars height as necessary to maintain cover. For curbs les than _ " high, bars I may be omitted. ` = a B Bars E - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - L 1 (Bottom) - - - - - - - - - � - � _ typical . when RAE standard is referred to ° B Bars F e I sevhere n the plans. ao , r (Typ)OL4 LF_I j Bars F J -L L -L-L J- - — - — - Ln wigJ = Bars 0 L_ iT p „ F Deformed welded wire reinforcement CWWR) meeting the in QJ 2requirements of ASTM A1064 may be used to replace QJ tm ( Typ) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ conventional reinforcement shown at the Contractor' s - - - - - Bore E option. The area of required reinforcement may be QJ e F bars F j (Top) rZ _ Typ} A reduced by the ratio of 60 Its i 70 Its i . Spacing of 4r 4 in _ a °° Bare B WWR i limited to 4 " Min and 18 " Max. When required Const �It (Type provide lop splices n the WWR of the some length in �` F B F I (Bottom) required for the equivalent bar size, * rounded up for QJ � I Bars M Bars 0 wire i zes between conventional bar s � es. QJ 4L.P IL o ~ - - - - I - - - - - - - - - Example Conversion: Replacement of No. 6 0r 60 at 6 " N77 p p ,Z L — — Spacing with WAR. ra •E 7 E E I WWR required = (0. 44 sq in/ 0. 5" ) (60 Its i 70 Its i ) D Bars D Bars F Bars Fj (Bottom) = 0. 754 sq win/ft. L- 0 If D30. 6 wire ! sused to meet the 0. 734 sq i n ft CL BOTTOM SLAB TSP SLAB :equirement in this example, the required spacing,. (0. 306 q n 0. 754 sq in/ft ) 1 nft 4. 87 " Max spacing.PFT PLANSSECTIONL Required lap length for the provided D30. 6 wire is ra 4 - (Lap required for uncoated No. 5 bars, as shown in Item 440) . in o La o woo ° = `" GENERAL NOTES:QJ in _ Designed according to AASHTO LRFD Specifications. ,� _ Designed t0 the maximum f I I I height IIOVfI. 4 .se o All reinforoing steel shall be Grade 80. -- Finished Grade Bar All concrete shall be Class " C" with these X (Roadway 6 I ape) D i mr1 ifir exceptions: use Class "8 " for top slabs of culverts H with overlay, with 1 -to- course surface treatment, P0 (Dor with the top slab as the final riding surface. " " "Y " Class " C " concrete shall have a minimum compressive :1 strength of 3, 600 psi . Class "8 " concrete shall have x0 -0 -6 - 3 a minimum compressive strength of 4, 000 psi . H :3 60 -011 6J -611 , _ 311 The use of permanent forms i s not a I I owed. " Chamfer ti The bottom edge of the top slab shall be chamfered (See GENERAL 7 ' -0 " 7' -6" -P - 3" 3 " at the entrance. NOTES) W -01184P -6112-f - 3 Reinforcing bars shall be adjusted to provide a minimum of 1 clear corer. SECTIONT HRIJ 9' -0 " B' -6" 2'+ - 3" Construction joints shown at the f I o I i ne may be 10• _0 " i of -6111 2 ' - all raised a maximum of 6 " at the Contractor' s option. If this option is used, Bars Mmay be cut off or raised, Bars C and D may be reversed, and Bars if and Z may be reversed. Bee standard MC-MD for spewed ends, angle sections and lengthening details. HL93 LOADING BEET 1 OF ., 6., DhMbn To=m Dlap Mnent of Thanspor&Mw Mandiord " 3 MULTIPLE BOX CULVERTS CAST-IN-PLACE 711 - 10 11 L3 J- CM 10'-0" SPAN TO r FILL BARS C BARS D BARS Z BARS Y BARS K - #4 (Spa = 1 t -0" Max) (Length q , _ 1. ) MC-10-7 F1d.F: mcJ07Ste.d9n EW. OAF cry: LRW DW:BWH TxDGT cry: GAF OOT February 2010 cora SEcr ras HIGHWAY PREVISIONS UJ +LLIJ 10-7 :Addad WkYR 81ST coiurrrY SHEET No. LJL SD-2 BILLS OF REINFORCING STEEL ( For Box Length 40 feet ) QUANTITIES CL SECTION DIMENSIONS # # # 5 Per LA. Bars F 4 Bars 4 Bars YBars Bars B Bars C & D Bars E Bars F1 at 1 ,1 - 6 " Max 1 ()t 1 ' -B" Mai at B " Max4-%-n4foot of Curb Total cc I Barrel m 0 CD Bar 0 Bar 0 Bar � Bor Bar Bar � � � �� Re i of '"' � '"` Cork Re i of H T U No. ON o v v ad vw � ._ .n � Length Wt fVa. hl�. Length t IVa. 5p� Length Wt fVa. Length Yet IVB. Length Yet a. Length Length Yet Length ._ IVa. .- (CY) Lbs U J { } (Lb) Length Wf Length Wt WtLO) W 10' _0.1 50 _011 811 711 162 #6 6 „ 1 . _ 6 " 5, 231 194 #4 5., 13& - 411 19728 1U, _ ill 1 ' 307 162 #6 6" 1 1 , _ 0„ 29677 30 8., 39 -9 " 797 72 . 39.0 -91' 1 p912 56 5" - 0 „ 1 87 61 4 ' _ 8" 190 1 1 r _ 2 11 455 21 t _ B„ 57 46 131 1 . 398 362. 1 1 . 6 188 57. 5 141 672 3 1 B' -0" 50 -011 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 " 3 ' - 1 7, 807 194 #4 5" 13' - 4 " 1 , 728 10, - 1 " 1 , 307 162 #6 6" 211 * - 7" 59252 45 8" 39' -9 " 1 ; 195 1 3 39' -9" 2v735 56 6• - 0 " 187 122 4 ' - 8" 380 11 0 - 2 11910 32' - 1 " 86 66 187 2. 029 537. 5 2. 4 273 83. 6 211774 4 10' -0" 5' -0" 8 " 7 " 162 #6 611142' - 8 " 10, 382 194 . #4 5" 1 3' - 4 " 19728 1 0' - 1 1 , 307 162 . #6 6" 32* - " 71827 60 8" 39' -9 " 1 0593 134 39" -9" 3T558 56 5' - 0 " 187 18314 ' - 8" 570 11 • - " 1 * 365 42* - 8" 114 88 250 . 659 712. 9 3. 364 109. 6 8, 881 5 1 B' -0" 5' _ �� 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 " 53' - 3 " 12, 957 1 94 #4 5" 13' - 4 " 1 , 728 10' - 1 .� 1 , 307 1 6 #6 6" 4 ' - 9" 109402 75 8" 39' -9 " 1 ; 991 165 39' -9" 4, 381 56 5' - 0 " 187 244 4 ' - 8" 761 1 1 , - �� 1 , 820 53' - 3" 1 4 1 10 31 3. 290 888. 4 4. 4541135. 6 359988 1 ' -0" 5' _ �� 8 7 16 #6 6 66' - 5 16 1 61 1 944 5" 1 3' - 4 1 78 1 0' - 1 " 1 307 1 66 6" 53' - 4 1 977 90 8�" 39' -9 �• 390 196 39' -9" 6 X04 56 5• - 0 " 187 305 4 ' - 8" 951 11 ' - 275 65' - 7 " 175 130 369 3. 921 11, 079. 5 4. 7 544 161 . 5 4 724 4.. 0 10' -0" 6' -0" 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 " 21j' - 6 " 5r 231 1 94 *4 5" 1 4 ' - 4 " 1 r 857 1 0' - 1 " 1 r 307 1 6 #6 6" 1 1 ' - 0" , 677 30 8" 39' -9 " 797 78 39' -9" r 071 56 6' - 0 " 224 61 4 ' - 8" 190 1 3' - 537 1 ' - 6" 57 46 131 1 . 463 372. 1 . 6 188 60. 1 151079 b, Z3 1 B' -0" 6' -B" 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 3 ' - 1 7 807 1 94 #4 5" 1 4 ' - 4 1 857 10, - 1 " 1 307 1 6 #6 6" 1 , - 7" 5 252 45 8" 39' -9 " 1 195 Ill 1 39' -9" 947 56 6' - 0 " 224 1 4 ' - 8" 380 13, - 1 073 ' - 1 " 86 66 187 1 15 551 1 4 273 87 0 315 r r r r r t t � Ln 4 1 B' -0" 60 -011 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 " 42" - 8 " 10, 382 194 #4 5" 141 * - 4 " 11857 10, - 111 1 r 307 162 #6 6" 32' - 211 7g827 60 8" 39 -9 " 1 , 593 144 39' -9" 39824 56 6j - 0 " 224 183 4 ' - 8" 570 13' - 2 19610 4 ' - 8" 1141 88 250 2. 7671 729. 9 3. 2 3641113. 9 29, 558 tn 5 1 f _0.1 60 -011 811 711 162 #6 611 53j' - 3f _ 3 " 12, 957 1 94 #4 5.1 1 4 ' _ 411 1 , 857 10, _ 111 1 r 307 162 #6 6.1 42* _ 1 , 402 75 8" 39" -9 " 1r991 177 39' _911 4,p700 56 6j - 0I 224 244 49 - 811 761 13, _ 211 , 146 53' _ 3" 1421110 312 3. 4201 908. 6 4. 0 454 140. 8 369799 o ,w 1 B' -0" 6' -B" 8 " 7 " 16 #6 6 66' - 5 " 16 161 1 94 #4 5" 1 4 ' - 4 1 857 10, - 1 •� 1 307 1 6 #6 6" 53' - 4 1 977 90 8" 39' -9 �• 390 1 39' -9" 5 576 56 6' - 0 4 305 4 ' - 8" 951 13, - �� 683 65' - 7 175 130 369 4. 07 11. 103. 2 4. 7 544 167. 6 44 670 tif _ u ► _ �� �� �� �� f _ �� u ► _ �� ► _ u u ► _ �� u t _ u / _ �� / _ �� ► _ it ► _ �� t _ �� 10 0 7 8 7 162 #6 6 1 6 51231 194 #4 5 15 4 10987 10 1 1 r 307 162 #6 6 Ill * - 0 2g677 30 8 3 9 797 78 39 9 2p071 56 7 0 262 61 4 8 190 15 618 1 6 57 46 131 1 . 528 378. 5 1 . 61 188 6 . 7 151 328 u r 3 1 B 0 7 8 7 162 #6 6 3 1 7r 807 1 94 #4 5 15 4 1 r 987 1 0 1 1 r 307 162 #6 6 1 7 5, 252 45 8 39 9 1 , 195 1 1 1 39 9 , 947 56 7 0 262 1 4 8 380 15 19236 3 1 86 661 187 2. 202 559. 3 2. 4 273 90. 5 22v646 f _ u r _ �� �� �� f _ �� u I _ �� r _ u u I _ �� u t _ u I _ 1� I _ �� I _ r _ �� t _ �� w � 4 1 0 7 8 7 16 #6 6 4 8 10, 382 1941 #4 5 15 4 11987 10 1 1 r 307 162 #6 6 3 7, 827 60 8 39 9 19593 144 39 9 3, 824 56 7 0 262 183 4 811 570 15 1 , 854 4 8 114 88 250 2. 876 740. 2 364 1 18. 29, 970 a 5 10' -0" 7' _ �� 8 " 7 " 16 #6 6 " 53' - 3 " 1 r 957 1 94 #4 5" 1 5' - 4 " 1 r 987 1 0' - 1 •� 1 r 307 1 6 #6 6" 4 , - 9" 1 , 402 75 8�" 39' -9 " 1 , 991 1 77 39' -9" 4, 700 56 7' - 0 " 6 244 4 ' - 8" 761 15 - 29472 53' - 3" 142 110 1 3. 549 921 . 0 4. 454 1 46. 0 379293 a 10 f _0., 7r _ „ 8 .. 7 .' 162 #6 6 „ 66f _ 5 „ 16 161 1 94 #4 5.. 15, _ 4 „ 1 987 10, _ 1 " 1 307 1 6 #6 6., 53' _ 4 .' 1 977 9 8.. 3 , _9 ,. 390 1 39' _9" 6 576 56 7. _ 0 .' 6 305 4 ' _ 8.' 951 15, _ 3 0810 650 _ 7 •' 175 130 369 4. 3 1 1 17. 5 4. 7 544 173. 6 45 245 t Qj t 101 -0" 80 -011 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 " 1 ' - 6 " 5, 231 194 #4 5" 1 6' - 4 " r 1 1 7 1 0' - 1 " 1 r 307 162 #6 6" 1 1 ' - 0" 2g677 30 8" 39' -9 " 797 84 39' -9" 2p230 56 8' - 0 " 299 61 4 ' - 8" 190 17 0 - 700 1 ' - 6" 57 46 131 1 . 593 388. 7 1 . 61 188 5. 3 15, 736 �, tA ro 3 1 f -oil 80 _011 a „ 7 .. 16 #6 6 11 3 f _ 1 7 r 807 1 94 #4 5.1 16' _ 4 11 r 1 1 7 1 0' _ 1 .� 1 r 307 1 6 #6 6.' 1 , _ 7�� 5, 252 45 8" 39' _9 " 1 9 195 1 19 39' _ 3, 1 6 56 8' _ 0 .. 299 1 4 ' _ 6�� 380 1 7 ' _ 19399 3 ' _ 1 86 66 187 . 288 572. 9 . 4 273 93. 9 39 189 r tq � 4 1 ' -0" 8' _ �� 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 " 421 - 8 " 1 382 1 94 #4 5" 16' - 4 " 1 1 7 10, - 1 " 1 307 162 #6 6" 3 ' - 7 827 6B 8" 39' -9 " 1 593 154 39' -9" 4 089 56 8' - 0 " 299 183 4 ' - 8" 570 17 , - 0819 4 ' - 8" 1 14 88 250 984 757 1 3 3641122. 6 30 647 .� r r r r r t t � C a � 5 10' -0" 80 -011 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 " 53' - 3 " 12, 957 1 94 #4 5" 16' - 4 " r 1 1 7 1 0' - 1 " 1 r 307 162 #616111 42o - 9" 1 , 402 75 8" 39' -9 " 1 , 991 189 39 -9" 5, 019 56 8• - 0 " 299 244 4 ' - 8" 761 1 7 ' - " 29798 53' - 3" 142 110 31213. 679 941 . 3 4. 0 454 151 . 381 105 tn � � 1 f _0., B, -0" 8 „ 7 „ 162 #6 6 „ 66' _ 5 „ 16 161 194 #4 5., 16' _ 4 „ 1 1 7 10 0 _ 1 ., 1 307 1162 #6 6., 53' _ 4 „ 1 977 9 8" 39`9 ,. 390 224 39' -9.' S 948 56 8' _ 0 " 299 305 4 & - 8" 951 1 7 ' _ 3 4818 65o _ 7 " 175 130 369 4. 374 19141 . 2 4. 7 544 179. 7 46 192 L_ 2 1 ' -0" 9' - " 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 " 21 ' - 6 " 5r 231 1 94 #4 5" 1 7' - 4 " r 246 10, - 1 " 1 r 307 1 62 #6 6" 1 1 , - , 677 3B 8" 39' -9 " 797 9 39' -9" r 390 56 9' - 0 " 337 61 4 ' - 8" 190 19' - 2" 781 21 ' - 6" 57 46 131 1 . 657 398. 9 1 . 6 188 67. 9 16, 144 Qj LA 3 1 f -011 r _011 811 711 162 #6 611132' _ 1 7p 807 194 #4 5.1 1 7, _ 411 2p246 10. _ 1 .� 1 r 307 162 #6 6.' 1 , _ 7�� 59252 45 8" 39o -9 �. 19 195 127 39' -9" 3, 372 56 9 j _ 0 IN 337 122 4 ' _ 811 380 19' - 2" 1 , 562 32' _ 1 86 66 187 2. 374 586. 5 2. 4 273 97. 4 239731 Qj cu tM 4 1 elf _0.� 0 _011 8 11 7 �� 162 #6 6 " 4 f _ 8 " 11 r 38 1 94 #4 5" 1 7, _ 4 ' r 246 10, _ 1 .� 1 r 307 162 #C 6" 3 , _ " 79 827 6 8.1 3 , _9 " 1 j 593 164 39. _ " 4, 355 56 9. _ 0 11 337 183 4 , _ 811 570 190 - 211 , 343 42' _ 8" 114 88 250 3. 092 774. 0 3. 364 126. 319324 � .r- 5 10' -0" 9' -0" 8 " 7 " 162 #6 6 " 53' - 3 " 1 r 957 1 94 #4 5" 1 7' - 4 " r 246 1 0' - 1 •� 1 r 307 1 62 #6 6" 4 • - " 1 , 402 75 8" 39' -9 " 1 , 8191 201 39' -9" 5, 337 56 9' - 0 " 337 244 4 ' - 8" 761 19' - 2" 39124 53' - 3" 142 110 312 3. 809 961 . 6 4. 0 454 156. 4 8►, 916 3 a 1 / f _0.� go -oil 8 7 162 #6 6 66' _ 5 16 161 1 62 #5 6" 1 7, _ 4 929 10' _ 6.. 1 774 162 #6 6.' 53' _ 4 1 977 9 8" 39' _9 �. 390 238 39' _ " 6 320 56 9' _ 0 337 305 4 ' _ 8" 951 19 _ 2„ 3 905 65' _ 7 175 130 369 4. 526 1 193. 6 4. 7 544 185. 7 48 288 1 {f _0.� 10, _ �� 8 �� 7 �� 162 #6 6 �� 1 f _ 6 " 5r 231 1 6 #5 6" 18, _ 4 " 3r 098 10, _ 6.� 1 r 774 16 �*6 6.� 1 1 , _ �� 9 677 3 8" 3 , _9 " 797 ° 3° . _ �� r 3 56 1 . _ 0 �� 374 61 4 , _ 8�� 190 1 0 - LZ �� 862 1 _ 6" 57 46 131 1 . 7 434. 8 1 . 188 70. 5 179581 CL Z' 3 10f _o., 10o _oil 811 711 162 #6 611 32' _ 1 7r 807 162 . #5 6.. 18. _ 4 " 3r 098 1 0' _ 6" 1 r 774 162 . #6 6.. 1 ' _ 711 5, 252 45 6.� 3 . _ 1. 1 , 195 1271391.0 _911 3, 372 56 10' _ 0ll 374 122 4o - 811 380 21 0 _ 211 19725 320 _ 1 6 6 187 2. 461 624. 4 2. 4 273 100. 8 25, 250 rm fa 4 1 f _0.1 10, _011 8 .. 7 .. 162 #6 6 " 4 f _ 8 „ 1 Br 382 1 62 #5 6.. 16, _ 4 " 3r 098 10, _ 6" 1 r 774 1 62 #6 6.' 3 ' _ 2„ 79 827 6 8.' 39' _ " 19593 164 39' _ 4, 355156 1 ' _ 0IN 374 183 4 ' _ 611 570 21 r _ 211 2, 587 4 ' _ 8„ 1 14 88 250 3. 200 814. 0 . 2 364 131 . 2 2, 924 0 5 1 {' -0.1 10' -011 8 7 16 #6 6 53' - 3 1 957 1 6 #5 6.1 18' _ 4 3 8 10' - 6" 1 774 162 #6 6.� 4 ' - " 1 402 75 8.� 39' -9 �. 1 X191 201 9• _9�� 5 337 56 1 • - 0 374 244 4 ' - 8�� 761 1 ' _ �� 3 450 53' - 3" 142 110 1 938 1 003 6 4 454 161 . 5 4 598 ,0 L_ 10f _0.1 10, _011 811 711 162 #6 61� 66' _ 51� 16r 161 1 62 #5 6.1 1 8' _ 4 �� 3r 098 10, _ 6.' 1 r 774 1 62 #6 6.. 53' _ 41� 129 977 901 6., 3 , _ " 2� 390 238 39' _ 6, 320 56 10' _ Oil 374 305 4 ' _ 6„ 951 21 , _ 211 4� 312 65o _ 7 " 175 130 369 4. 677 11, 208.208. 9 4. 7 544 191 . 8 489 901 Ln o Bar lengths over 60' include orae bar lop as fo I 1 oars: 4 #4 = l ' -9" 1 #5 = 2t - 211 , #6 = 2' - 7 " a For Epoxy coated reinforcing, bar 1008 Sha I 1 be as follows: Deformed rye I ded wire reinforcement (WWR) meeting the "' '" r4° #4 = 2' - 7 " #5 = - #6 = - 1 0" requirements of ASTM A1064 may be used to replace QJ Ln= � ! ` " ' conventional reinforcement shownat the Contractor' s A__ opt on. The area of required re * nforcement may be reduced b the ratio of 60 Its i 70 Its i . Spacing of ` WWR is limited to 4 " Min and 18 " Max. When required, provide lap splices in the WWII of the some length required for the equivalent bar size, rounded up for wire sizes between conventional bar sizes. Examp I e Con ers ion: Replacement of No. 6 0r 60 at 6 Spacing with WWR. WWR requ i red = (0. 4 4 sq i n 0. 5' ) x (60 Its i 70 Its i = 0. 754 sq win/ft. If D30. 6 wi rel s used to meet the 0. 754 sq in/ft requirement in this example, the required spacing _ (0. 306 sq in/ 0. 754 sq i nft ) x 12 in/ft = 4. 87 " Max spacing. Required lap length for the provided D30. 6 wire is 2" -2" (Lap required for uncoated No. 5 bars, as shown in Item 440) . HL93 LOADING SMEET 2 OF Bddge DhCskm Tis DlapaMnant of Tmnqpvr&MWn 50ndard MULTIPLE BOX CULVERTS CAST-IN-PLACE 10"-0"" r- "" SPAN TO r FILL MC-10-7 FILE: rAc107ste.dgn Dmmm GAF cc LRW aw:BWH TxD0T crr: GAF TxDUT February 2010 cora SECT ros lrlGrlwAY REVISIONS Uj +w :l0-7 Added WWR J DIST COUNTY SHEET No. LJL SD-3 -��- , : MARY LOUISE NICHOLSON r COUNTY CLERK 't 100 West Weatherford Fort Worth,TX 76196-0401 Rr •'•• °� PHONE (817) 884-1195 TOWN OF WESTLAKE 1500 SOLANA BLVD. BLDG 7, SUITE 7200 WESTLAKE, TX 76262 Submitter: TOWN OF WESTLAKE DO NOT DESTROY WARNING - THIS IS PART OF THE OFFICIAL RECORD. Filed For Registration: 3/21/2019 10:34 AM Instrument#: D219055943 RESOL 18 PGS $80.00 By: rr�es N;j -O.. D219055943 ANY PROVISION WHICH RESTRICTS THE SALE, RENTAL OR USE OF THE DESCRIBED REAL PROPERTY BECAUSE OF COLOR OR RACE IS INVALID AND UNENFORCEABLE UNDER FEDERAL LAW.