Parking Lot


4207 13 Ave S



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Parking lot for new car wash.

Name Value
Project Costs 125000.00
Number of Spaces 28
Surface Type Concrete
Total Impervious Surface (ft²)
Number of Handicap Spaces 2
Contact Name John Lapointe
Status Information
Name Complete Date
Application Submittal Yes 1/14/2021 11:06:15 AM
Completeness Review Yes 1/14/2021 11:06:17 AM
Plan Review Fee Payment Yes 1/21/2021 8:29:53 AM
Staff Review Yes 2/1/2021 11:21:42 AM
Returned for Revisions Yes 3/1/2021 8:48:44 AM
Resubmission Yes 3/1/2021 8:48:47 AM
Staff Review Yes 3/9/2021 10:51:38 AM
Returned for Revisions Yes 3/9/2021 10:51:57 AM
Resubmission Yes 3/9/2021 10:52:03 AM
Staff Review Yes 7/29/2021 11:26:10 AM
Approval Yes 7/29/2021 11:26:36 AM
Issuance Yes 7/29/2021 11:27:51 AM
Finalize Yes 8/15/2022 3:10:14 PM
Type Amount Paid
Building $864.00 Yes
Plan Review $172.80 Yes
Division Status Reviewer
Inspections Complete / Approved Doug Desotel
Engineering Complete / Approved Ron Solberg
Planning Complete / Approved Kylie Bagley
Fire Complete / Approved Ryan Erickson
Inspections Complete / Approved Doug Desotel
Engineering Complete / Approved Ron Solberg
Planning Complete / Approved Kylie Bagley
Fire Complete / Approved Ryan Erickson
Inspections Complete / Approved Doug Desotel
Engineering Complete / Approved Ron Solberg
Review Comments
Division Status Comment
Engineering Resolved 1. Refer to Sheet C3.0 and following sheets. Please label all easements on the property. The Williams Brothers easement across the NE corner of the property is shown but not labeled. Also, the easement shows a bend while running through the subject property – this bend is not indicated in our data – it appears as a straight line cutting diagonally across the property. The easement line also does not match the easement line noted in the Legend on the cover sheet.
Engineering Resolved 2. Written approval from Williams Brothers will be required in order to work in their easement. Generally, this is not an issue – they just want to ensure you are clear of their pipeline. The written approval can be a letter or an email.
Engineering Resolved 3. It did not appear to me the project would be encroaching into the right-of-way (RoW). If this should change, add the following note to the plans: “Excavation or other work in the right-of-way shall require a Traffic Control Plan that meets all Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) requirements. This plan is required before any permits to work in the right-of-way will be issued.”
Engineering Resolved 4. On Sheet C5.0, add the following note: “Contractor shall coordinate with the City of Fargo Mains and Hydrants Department for all wet-tapping operations.” The Mains & Hydrants phone number is 701 241-1453. You may want to change the notes on the water system from “Local Utility Provider” to City of Fargo Mains & Hydrants Department” also.
Engineering Resolved 5. On Sheet C5.0, include curbstops for both the domestic and irrigation supply lines (I was not sure if the note refers to a curbstop or corporation).
Engineering Resolved 6. On Sheet C5.0, change the reference to “Pex” water supply line to “Municipex”.
Engineering Resolved 7. On Sheets EC2.0 & EC3.0, the construction entrance cannot be located as shown unless permission is obtained from the neighboring property. The approval must be in writing with a copy of the approval provided to the City of Fargo Engineering Department. The entrance will have to be located on 13th Avenue South, if approval is not granted.
Engineering Resolved 8. On Sheet EC6.0, with regard to Detail “CE”, modify the detail to start the Construction Entrance behind the sidewalk. Do not place construction entrance materials (i.e. rock, crushed concrete, etc.) in the gutter or street. We are moving toward modifying this standard detail to try to keep debris off City streets during construction.
Engineering Resolved 9. On Sheet C9.1, with regard to the detail showing the irrigation meter pit, how will this be winterized? The meter, and some of the service line will freeze. A recommendation is to supply the irrigation system from the building. The meter can be mounted in the building – but this meter may not be required if the water passes through the building meter. If the meter is to remain where it is, a deeper pit (8 feet), or heat, is probably required. On the same detail, the supply line from the main must be “Municipex”. After the curbstop HDPE can be used.
Type Date Status Inspection Items
Final Parking Lot 8/15/2022 10:00:00 AM Passed
Name License
Project Builders, Inc 43987A


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