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Summary

PLPSP20220155
Fortress Puyallup
Preliminary Site Plan
Preliminary Site Plan
Waiting for Revisions
10/26/2022
CREF3 PUYALLUP OWNER LLC
Construct an approximately 135,900 square foot warehouse with truck loading bays and associated parking. Project is required to go through industrial administrative design review and will include landscaping, storm water controls, utilities, and other site improvements as required.

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Application Types

Preliminary Site Plan

Administrative
Waiting for Revisions

Reviews

Documents Returned For Corrections

Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Date Completed
Engineering Traffic Review Revisions Required 12/17/2022 01/27/2023
Bryan Roberts ((253) 841-5542)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Traffic Impact Analysis (1-13-23) Comments: Markups sent directly to TENW 1/27/23
Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
01/20/2023


General Comments: See document markups.
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Proposed driveway does not meet minimum spacing standards. Per previous communication & pre-application comments: -15th St SE along the site is designated as a Minor Arterial. City standards (Section 101.10.1) require minimum spacing of 300 feet from the intersection & driveways measured between closest edges of the driveway. -Per City standards, commercial driveways must be aligned with intersections/driveways across the street. [Site plan P3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Proposed driveway does not meet minimum spacing standards. Per previous communication & pre-application comments: -15th St SE along the site is designated as a Minor Arterial. City standards (Section 101.10.1) require minimum spacing of 300 feet from the intersection & driveways measured between closest edges of the driveway. -Per City standards, commercial driveways must be aligned with intersections/driveways across the street. [Site plan P3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Per previous communication & pre-application comments: This commercial/industrial development shall provide an AutoTurn analysis for the largest anticipated vehicle that would access the site (WB-67, fire apparatus). Curb radii and entrance dimensions shall be increased as necessary to allow vehicles to access the site without encroaching into adjacent lanes of traffic. Include EBR truck movement analysis at E Main/15th St SE intersection. [Site plan P3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Show preliminary locations for City standard streetlights. This development will require streetlights every 150ft (minimum) spacing along frontage. 4-5 required streetlights to meet standards. Skyline service cabinet must be placed outside sight triangle [Site plan P3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Parking spaces shall not be located within the driveway throat (related terms include the driveway connection depth, reservoir length, stacking distance, storage length etc.). The proposed parking spaces will cause blocking events that will cause undesirable operational issues. [Site plan P3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Provide comprehensive sight distance analysis. City of Puyallup requires 350ft of available ESD. Assume 18ft setback from face of curb to simulate trucks. [Site plan P3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Provide comprehensive sight distance analysis along frontage to ensure landscaping doesn't interfere with sight lines. Also, evaluate RR flasher visibility for approaching vehicles. Assume AASHTO truck eye height [L1.10]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Show extent of half-street paving along frontage. A separate streetlight & channelization design will be required for civil plan submittal. [Site plan P3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Clearly identify existing driveways on the east side of 15th St SE [Site plan P3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
01/20/2023


Coordinate with garbage service provider on the proposed trash pickup location [Site plan P3]
Planning Review Revisions Required 12/17/2022 01/03/2023
Nabila Comstock ((253) 770-3361)   Send Email
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/09/2022


Signage is applied for and permitted through a sign permit and subject to the special sign code provisions for the ML zone found in PMC 20.60.055 [exterior elevations, A2.00]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


You have noted that there is a water easement that crosses through where the landscaping is required on the northern portion of the site along the interior side yard. In the pre-app notes, planning commented that although trees may not be able to be planted here due to the waterline, you would need to substitute trees for adequate shrubbery and other vegetation required in the landscape buffer. Vegetation is required to be planted in this area interior to the site. The minimum distance from underground water, sewer, or storm is 10'. [landscape plans, L0.01]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


Landscape islands every eight stalls are required for trailer parking [landscape plans, L0.01]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


Perimeter landscaping required to be 12' [landscape plans, L1.10]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


Parking landscape islands not meeting required widths Perimeter: 12’ wide Internal: 15’ wide [landscape plan, L1.10]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


Trees required to be planted in landscape area abutting wall [landscape plans, L1.10]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


Trees required to be planted in the blank wall landscaping [landscape plans, L1.10]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


Parking landscape islands not meeting required widths Perimeter: 12’ wide Internal: 15’ wide [landscape plan, L1.11]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


Please add another wide vegetative screen wall here [elevations, A2.00]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


The perimeter of all parking areas and associated access drives which abut public right-of ways shall be screened with on-site landscaping, earth berms, fencing, or a combination of both [landscape plans, L1.10]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


PMC 20.26.400 (1) requires that the 15 wide landscape strip along blank walls include a mixture of medium to large evergreen conifer and deciduous trees and shrubs. Please include trees on the landscape plan chosen from class II, II, or IV street tree list in the VMS. [landscape plans, L1.10 & L1.11]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/23/2022


3.Please add soil cells to the 66 blank wall landscape area [landscape plans, L1.10 & L1.11]
Engineering Review Revisions Required 12/17/2022 12/21/2022
Anthony Hulse ((253) 841-5553)   Send Email
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/09/2022


The Engineering approval block is outdated, you can find the most up to date here: https://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/6921/Section-10-Engineering-Services-Review-Process?bidId= [site plan, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/09/2022


Include City of Puyallup Sewer and stormwater in the utilities/services list. [site plan, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/09/2022


Add this hatch to the legend. [site plan, pg 3]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/14/2022


A connection to the SSMH is not desired by the City, tap the main with a sewer saddle per city standard 04.02.01[site plan, pg 4]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/14/2022


The backflow devices will need to be placed downstream of the water meters. [site plan, pg 4]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/09/2022


Add this linetype to the legend or revise accordingly. [site plan, pg 4]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/12/2022


Provide a scale for the vicinity map. [site plan, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/21/2022


Provide the lot dimensions [site plan, pg 3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/13/2022


The geotech report is blurry, provide a new copy during the next submission. [drainage report, pg 12]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/13/2022


Update MR 4. The site discharges to Deer Creek which discharges to the Puyallup River. [Drainage report, pg 15]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Provide the following surfaces in a table format in square feet/acres for the west and east threshold discharge areas: *Pollution Generating Hard Surfaces *Effective impervious areas [drainage plans, pg 29]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


The pre-developed land use basin (5.213 acres) and proposed land use basin (5.44 acres) do not match, revise accordingly. [drainage report, pg 38]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Where did this printout come from? It appears that the vault meets the flow control requirement on page 50, but this information is contradictive. [drainage report, pg 53]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/14/2022


See Document Markup
Resolved
12/21/2022


Why are the basin sizes being altered between the existing and proposed conditions? [drainage plans, pg 29]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Why are the basin sizes being altered between the existing and proposed conditions? [drainage plans, pg 25]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Fill out and include Figure III-1.1: Runoff Treatment BMP Selection flow chart. [drainage report, pg 18]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/21/2022


Provide dimensions that prove whether there are two threshold discharge areas (TDA) for the site. Ecology defines a TDA as an area within a project site draining to a single natural discharge location or multiple natural discharge locations that combine within one-quarter mile downstream (as determined by the shortest flowpath) [drainage report, pg 23]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Provide figure I-3.5: Flow Chart for Determining Wetland Protection Level Requirements. [drainage report, pg 19]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Provide a preliminary WWHM calculation for the wetland protection as required by the flow chart to ensure they hydroperiod of the wetland is not altered . [drainage report, pg 19]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Provide the square footages of each parcel. [site plan, pg 3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Depict/label the water mains in 15th St SE. [site plan, pg 3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Easements AFN 8212150220 and 1084061 are historic and the city does not have access per Pierce County's Recorded Documents, provide a copy of these easements during the next submittal. [site plan, pg 3]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Provide dimensions between the underground detention system and the new building, and adjacent property lines. [site plan, pg 4]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/14/2022


Provide the total proposed impervious area in square feet. [site plan, pg 4]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/21/2022


Show AFN 20190090363 on this sheet. Does this easement restrict the placement of the storm vault in this area? [civils, pg 4]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/21/2022


Include the pervious/impervious areas in 15th St SE that is within the east basin as part of this project. [drainage plans, pg 29]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/21/2022


What are these triangles representing? [civils, pg 4]
Fire Review No Comments 12/17/2022 12/13/2022
David Drake ((253) 864-4171)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
12/13/2022


Building Review Revisions Required 12/17/2022 12/06/2022
Janelle Montgomery ((253) 770-3328)   Send Email
BLTR - Add Submittal Item: Geotech - Soil
Outstanding
12/06/2022


Additional Submittal Item: Provide a Geo-Tech report for soils with the building permit applications.
BLTR - Demolition
Outstanding
12/06/2022


A separate demolition permit will be required for the demo of the structures currently on the site and will require documentation from the Puget Sound Clean Air agency at the time of submittal for the demo permit.
BLTR - EV - R-2
Resolved
12/06/2022


The R-2 apartments and Occupancy B are required to have the infrastructure in place for charging stations per IBC section 429 Washington State amendments and will need to be shown on the plans.
Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
12/06/2022


Building plans will need to be complete with all building, mechanical, plumbing, energy code items and accessibility requirements that apply to project. The proposed Code Analysis (sheet G0.01) claims the building area been calculated on unlimited area buildings (section 507). Per 507.2.1 reduced open space the minimum reduced shall not be less then 40 feet with 3 conditions. Appears you meet the 3 conditions on sheet A1.10 but the site plan reflects 38 feet to the south property line adjacent to the Union Pacific Railroad. Provide code path how it can be reduced to 38 feet or revise site plan to reflect required 40 feet setback. Two different construction types and occupancies are noted, application notes IIIB, S-1 or S-2 and B and the Site Plan (G0.01) notes VB, S-1, F-1 and B. Acknowledge this preliminary but upon submittal for permits all construction types and occupancy will need to match. Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure are required in place for charging stations per IBC section 429 Washington State amendments for occupancy B square footage and will need to be shown on the plans. None are currently noted in parking calculations or on the site plan. **Note if building permit is applied for after July 1, 2023, the EV parking requirements change to require EV parking provided for all occupancies. Plans will need to be per the applicable codes 2018 adopted February 1, 2021, for all permits. Unless submitted after July 1, 2023, to current state adopted code. All electrical is permitted by the Washington State Department L & I. Accessible parking and access to the public way will be required. For all accessible requirements the City adopted the 2018 IBC / WAC 51-50 and the ICC A117.1-2009 standard. Minimum one electric vehicle charging infrastructure is required to be accessible. **Note if permit is applied after July 1, 2023, there are significate accessibility requirements changes in the code. If VB construction the truss specs will also be required with the truss engineers’ stamps and a layout that matches the submitted plans at the time of submittal. Please reach out to me if I can answer any other questions in relationship to Building code items for this project. No other Building items at this time.

Fees

Paid Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
SEPA Checklist Fee (with planning permit) $250.00 $250.00 Paid 10/26/2022
Preliminary Site Plan Fee $1,890.00 $1,890.00 Paid 10/26/2022
Outstanding Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
No outstanding fees.


Application(s) will not be processed until outstanding fees have been paid in full.

$0.00

Meetings

There are no hearings for this planning application.

Conditions

Condition Status Department Category Expiration Date Due Date
Sign Posted On Site Open Planning Division
: Sign Posted On Site must be provided.
Signed Affidavit Open Planning Division
: Signed Affidavit must be provided.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: A connection to the SSMH is not desired by the City, tap the main with a sewer saddle per city standard 04.02.01[site plan, pg 4]
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: The backflow devices will need to be placed downstream of the water meters. [site plan, pg 4]
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: Fill out right of way dedication and REETA forms found on the city website located here: https://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/7331/Appendix-C-?bidId=
Miscellaneous Planning Condition Open Planning Division
: Staff is supportive of reducing the blank wall planter width along the south side of the building dependent upon mitigation in the form of CU-Structural plant soils (or equivalent) in a total soil volume equal to that which would have been provided if the full 15’ planter had been installed. Mitigation and installation details will be required at the time of civil permit approval. [planning]
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Standard Conditions
: TRAFFIC ENGINEERING GENERAL CONDITIONS: Traffic Impact fees (TIF) will be assessed in accordance with fees adopted by ordinance, per PMC 21.10. Impact fees are subject to change and are adopted by ordinance. The applicant shall pay the proportionate impact fees adopted at the time of building permit application Park impact fees shall be charged based on size of building. Fees are assessed in accordance with fees adopted by ordinance, per PMC 21.10 Per Puyallup Municipal Code Section 11.08.135, the applicant/owner would be expected to construct half-street improvements including curb, gutter, planter strip, sidewalk, roadway base, pavement, and street lighting. Any existing improvements which are damaged now or during construction, or which do not meet current City Standards, shall be replaced.

Related Permit & Planning Applications

There are no related items for this planning application.

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