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- Provide a survey or plot plan showing the location of the generator, the electrical meter, electrical panel, the new transfer switch and gas meter. Show the dimensions from the generator to the rear property line and side property line. The generator, the gas line, and electrical conduit cannot be placed or encroach in the U.E.
- Provide the generator specifications.
- Provide the concrete pad details or factory provide pad, and or the stand.
- Provide the electrical one-line diagram from the master electrician. Mark conduit size and provide the wire sizes from the electrical panel to ATS. From the ATS to the generator, from the ATS to the meter.
- Provide the electrical load analysis from the master electrician.
- Provide the gas one-line diagram from the master plumber. This will include the gas meter, the length of pipe from the gas meter to the generator, type of pipe being installed, the size of pipe being installed, the total BTU’S of the house and the generator BTU’S and inlet pressure. The master plumber must put his information on the plan.
- The generator, the gas line and electrical line cannot go into or encroach the existing U.E.
- Show the proposed location of the generator with the setback from the rear property line and side property line.
- The generator must meet the manufacture specifications on placement of the generator.
- Provide the HOA Approval Documentation
- On the survey showing the pool location with all the dimensions from the rear property line, both side property lines, setback from any structures, utility and aerial easements, to the back of the beam wall of the pool not water edge.
- If the pool and spa location is 5 Foot or closer to a structure, a licensed professional engineer needs to review and seal the plans, to the back of the beam wall of the pool not water edge.
- Please note on plans, Current Codes: 2015 (IRC) International Residential 2015 (ISPSC) International Swimming Pool & Spa, and the 2014(NEC) National Electrical Code. This information must be placed on the plans.
- Fencing details.
- Gate or gates self-closing and self-latching at 54”.
- Show the location of the pool equipment, which cannot cause a nuisance to the neighbor.
- Show the pool and spa drains location and VGB compliance, provide the VGB compliance information.
- Show how the pool overflow is collected and drained to the street (through a pop up valve before the sidewalk). Show the flow line. If there is no overflow pipe, state on the plans, that there is no overflow pipe. This must be noted and shown on the plans.
- Show the deck-grading plan with flow directions, inlets, drainage pipes, etc.
- Provide a grading plan for area adjacent to the pool clearly indicating storm water flow direction.
- If pool drainage is connected to storm water system, indicate where.
- Provide the pool steal detail.
- Provide the steal cross-section detail, showing wall & deck construction.
- Address on all the construction plans and documentation.
- Provide the HOA approval letter.
- Provide the pool depth in three locations.
- Provide an electrical load analysis from a Master Electrician.
NOTE TO CONTRACTOR:
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION MUST BE PUT ON THE PLANS: AS IT IS WORDED BELOW:
SEE BELOW NUMBER 20, 21 AND 22.
18. Please note on plans, door alarms on any door that is facing the pool must comply with UL 2017. This information must be placed on the plans.
19. Please note on plans, Per Section 305.4 #1 out of the 2015 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code, Operable windows have a sill height of less than 48 inches above the indoor finished floor and doors shall have an alarm that produces an audible warning when the window, door or their screens are opened. This information must be placed on the plans.
20. Please note on plans, the alarm shall be listed, Per Section 305.4 #1 out of the 2015 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code, and labeled as a water hazard entrance alarm in accordance with UL 2017. This information must be placed on the plans.
- Cover Sheet
- Site Plan-Stamped by the license professional engineer
- Roof Plan with Modules layout-Stamped by the license professional engineer
- Mounting details-Stamped by the license professional engineer
- 3-line Electrical Diagram-stamped by the license professional engineer or the master electrician information on the page
- Conductors Calculations- stamped by the license professional engineer or the master electrician information on the page
- Labels/site placard
- Optimizer Chart
- Safety Plan
- Structural Letter from the license professional engineer
- Wind Load Letter (address Specific) with calculations from the license professional engineer
- Manufacture specifications
- HOA Approval Documentation
- Solar panels designed to the 2015 IRC International Residential Code
- Solar panels designed to the 2015 IFC-International Fire Code
- Solar panels designed to the 2014 NEC-National Electrical Code
- Solar panels must be designed and installed to the 2020 NEC National Electrical Code, since the State of Texas has adopted the code