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Project Name
Powers Business Center office/warehouse
Description
12,000 sf metal building for office/warehouse use.
Location
Parcels
5407205045 5407205045
Applicant
T-Bone Construction
Kevin Shell ( kevin.shell@tboneconstruction.com )
(719) 623-3078
Kevin Shell ( kevin.shell@tboneconstruction.com )
(719) 623-3078
File Number
PPR2125
Project Manager
Mercedes Rivas
Status
Active
Created
7/8/2020 2:44:40 PM

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Review Comments (15)

Link Agency Comment
El Paso County Conservation Dist
7/7/2021 11:56:49 AM
Falcon Hwy Event Center Site Development

The El Paso County Conservation District comments are as follows:

According to NRCS soils survey, the8—Blakeland loamy sand, 1 to 9 percent slopes are poor for streets, roads, and shallow excavations due to unstable excavation walls. Due to the limitations on the above soils on the site, alternatives to mitigate the limitations of the soil will be required in your engineering design or construction techniques.

Topsoil should be stripped to a depth of 6 inches and all stockpiles should have side slopes no steeper than 3:1 and seeded. All disturbed areas should be seeded and mulched with weed free hay mulch at 4,000 lbs. /acre. All disturbed areas should be reseeded between the planting dates of Nov. 1-April 30th. Grass seed should be drilled at a depth of ¼ to ½ inch deep and if broadcasted, double the rate. Please feel free to utilize the attached native shotgun mix that will work best on your sandy foothill site.

The district recommends disturbed land be mulched or revegetated within 45 days of disturbance.

There is no Integrated Noxious Weed Control plan and it is recommended that an integrated weed management program be reviewed and approved by the El Paso County Weed Inspector and/or Weed Advisory board, the County Extension Agent, NRCS, or a qualified weed management professional prior to the land use authority approval.

Vehicle tracking control stations need to be installed at all entrance and exit points on the site. The station should consist of a pad of 3 to 6-inch rock or a vehicle control pad/mat to strip mud from tires prior to vehicles leaving the construction site to prevent spreading of noxious weeds.

Silt fences or other forms of erosion barriers need to be planned and installed as a temporary sediment control device used on construction sites to protect water quality.

The El Paso County CD board strongly recommends that Low Impact Development (LID) techniques be implemented for economic and conservation benefits.



Kenneth Barker
EPCCD Board President
7/7/2021 11:56:49 AM
View PCD Project Manager
7/6/2021 1:24:20 PM
Site Development Plan_V1 redlines 7/6/2021 1:24:20 PM
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7/6/2021 1:23:59 PM
Drainage Report - Final_V1 redlines 7/6/2021 1:23:59 PM
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7/6/2021 1:23:30 PM
Elevation Plans_V1 redlines 7/6/2021 1:23:30 PM
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7/6/2021 1:23:11 PM
Financial Assurance Forms_V1 redlines 7/6/2021 1:23:11 PM
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7/6/2021 1:22:52 PM
Letter of Intent_V1 redlines 7/6/2021 1:22:52 PM
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7/6/2021 1:22:21 PM
Vicinity-Location Map_V1 redlines 7/6/2021 1:22:21 PM
View PCD Project Manager
7/6/2021 1:22:00 PM
Landscape Plan drawings_V1n redlines 7/6/2021 1:22:00 PM
EPC Stormwater Review
7/7/2021 2:45:33 PM
Review 1: The site is not part of a "Larger Common Plan of Development, it will not have >1ac of soil disturbance, nor is it deemed a high-risk site or a sensitive area. Therefore, per the requirements of the ECM Appendix I, an ESQCP and the associated documents are not required.

EPC Stormwater does not have any comments on any of the uploaded documents. Thanks.

Reviewed by:
Glenn Reese, P.E.
Stormwater Engineer I
glennreese@elpasoco.com
7/7/2021 2:45:33 PM
Cherokee Metro Dist
7/2/2021 2:27:42 PM
Will space be subdivided and require individual Cherokee meters or will there be a master meter with private submeters?

Drawing DP-1
- Sanitary sewer: Show cleanout and reference CSU detail, label lateral size and material
- Water Service: Label size, material (HDPE DR9 CTS) Blue, show Curb box and reference CSU standard
7/2/2021 2:27:42 PM
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
7/1/2021 1:21:33 PM
If the height of the trash enclosure is over 7’ an address will be required and a separate permit. Please clarify.
Looks as though there maybe 7 tenants at the maximum in this building. Suite numbering needs to be set at core and shell. Please use the following suite numbers from south to north. 100, 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 160.
No further comment.


Amy Vanderbeek
Enumerations Plans Examiner
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
O: 719-327-2930 E: Amy@pprbd.org
7/1/2021 1:21:33 PM
Colorado Springs Planning & Community Development
7/1/2021 12:31:38 PM
The City may require annexation or developed to City standards. Applicant/Owner should follow-up with the City of Colorado Springs Planning Department, Katie Carleo (katie.carleo@coloradosprings.gov)
Thank you
7/1/2021 12:31:38 PM
View Colorado Springs Utilities, Dev, Svc.(includes water resources)
6/25/2021 1:28:44 PM
See attached review letter for action items. 6/25/2021 1:28:44 PM
PCD Engineering Division
6/23/2021 2:38:56 PM
Review 1 comments will be uploaded by the project manager. Please address comments on the following documents:

-Drainage Letter
-Site plan
-FAE

Reviewed by:
Lupe Packman
Review Engineer
lupepackman@elpasoco.com
6/23/2021 2:38:56 PM
Cimarron Hills Fire
6/23/2021 10:43:46 AM
CHFD has reviewed the proposed business office and warehouse. This is in the Cimarron Hills Fire District and we will provide emergency response, code compliance, and plan review for the structure. JT McLeod Division Chief-Fire Inspector III. 6/23/2021 10:43:46 AM