An architectural concept only needs to be submitted if
Site Planning and Landscape Design
architectural work is a substantial part of the scope of
work for the alteration.
A sitework narrative only needs to be submitted if
sitework is a substantial part of the scope of work for
1. Demolition plans.
2. Floor plans, showing as a minimum:
Existing and new spaces, circulation, entrances,
1. Site statement, describing:
stairways, elevators, special spaces and service
Existing site features.
spaces including mechanical, fire protection,
electrical and communication spaces. Dimensions
Any existing erosion conditions.
for critical clearances, such as vehicle access and
Wetlands and location of flood plains.
fire apparatus access should be indicated.
Circulation patterns around site.
1. Architectural program requirements.
Local zoning restrictions.
Describe how the design meets the project
Potential archeological artifacts.
Historic preservation considerations, if applicable.
2. Design concept, explaining:
Fire protection considerations, if applicable.
2. Site analysis of utilities, if utilities are to be changed.
Treatment of historic zones, if applicable.
3. Description of site and landscape design concept.
Proposed changes to circulation design.
Where building renovation involves window or
Proposed changes to parking.
insulated wall systems, perform an LCC
Proposed method for stormwater detention or
assessment to optimize selection.
Proposed changes to paving.
Alteration Projects Concept
Revised March 2005 PBS-P100