1. SITE PLAN.
A. Property description:
1. Written “Legal Description” of property boundaries.
2. Existing and proposed finished grades with drainage indicated.
3. Existing utilities.
2. CODE ANALYSIS.
Include the completed Code Analysis as referenced in the previous section. This form should be completed to the extent needed to describe all pertinent code requirements for the project at hand.
3. WORKING DRAWINGS.
Plans prepared by an architect or engineer shall be wet-stamped, signed, and dated on the cover sheet; electronic seals, signatures, and date are acceptable. All other sheets must also have a stamp, signature and date which may be electronically reproduced. The drawings shall include the following disciplines:
B. Plumbing and mechanical.
In written form on drawings or separate book, covering the following:
A. In CSI, 16-division format; all divisions used on project.
B. Material description.
C. Install description (when not shown on drawings).
D. Wet-stamped, signed and dated on the cover page by all design professionals.
5. STRUCTURAL CALCULATIONS.
Stamped, signed and dated by the engineer of record.
6. SOILS REPORT.
Stamped, signed, and dated by P.E.
7. ENERGY ANALYSIS.
Submit complete Energy Code Analysis for envelope requirements. Mechanical and electrical equipment as per IECC.
8. FIRE ASSEMBLIES.
Detailed on the drawings for walls, floor/ceiling assemblies and roof/ceiling assemblies as per “design number” or “file number” of one of the current publications of the following:
A. Tables 721.1(1) through 721.1(3) of the International Building Code.
B. “Fire Resistance Directory,” Underwriter's Laboratory.
C. “Fire Resistance Design Manual,” Gypsum Association.
D. ICC evaluation reports.
9. FLOOD CONTROL / DRAINAGE DRAWINGS.
As required, stamped, signed and dated by a professional engineer.
10. SPECIAL INSPECTION.
As required by IBC Chapter 17. The registered design professional in responsible charge shall submit a statement of special inspection. The statement shall include a complete list of materials and work requiring special inspection and the inspections to be performed.
11. PERFORMANCE BASED DESIGN.
Include any performance based design which has been approved by the building official.