Reasoning for choice of plant materials.
Proposed landscape maintenance plan and water
1. Acoustical calculations.
Brief operating description of irrigation system.
2. Dew point location.
5. Site construction description.
Brief description of materials proposed for pave-
3. Toilet fixture count.
ments and utilities.
1. Building concept, explaining:
1. The Code criteria shall be reviewed by each design
Reasons for building massing, entrance locations
team discipline member to the degree of detail
and service locations.
necessary to assure that tasks accomplished in this
Building circulation and arrangement of major
phase meet all the Code requirements.
Identify local zoning and all building code
requirements and provide a complete analysis as
Adherence to the Building Preservation Plan, if
they pertain to the project.
Energy conservation design elements.
Water conservation considerations.
1. Site layout plan, showing:
Explain how all these design considerations are
All buildings, roads, walks, parking and other
combined to provide a well integrated cohesive
paved areas (including type of pavement).
Accessible route from parking areas and from
2. Analysis of refuse removal, recycled materials storage
public street to main facility entrance.
and removal, and maintenance requirements.
Fire apparatus and fire lanes.
3. Building construction description, explaining:
Structural bay size.
Site grading and storm drainage inlets, including
Exterior materials, waterproofing, air
storm water detention features.
barriers/vapor retarders, and insulation elements.
3. Site utilities plan, showing:
Sizes and locations of domestic and fire protection
Exterior glazing system.
water supply lines, sanitary sewer lines, steam/
Interior finishes, with detailed explanation for
condensate lines, and chilled water supply and
return lines, if applicable.
Potential locations for artwork commissioned
4. Landscape design plan, showing:
under the "Art in Architecture " program, if
General areas of planting, paving, site furniture,
water features, etc.
Use of recycled materials.
5. Irrigation plan, if applicable.
Sustainable design concepts and LEED strategy
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Revised March 2005 PBS-P100