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Espresso Stand Requirements NEW CONSTRUCTION OF AN ESPRESSO STAND COMPLETE BUILDING PERMIT SUBMITTAL FOR EACH BUILDING SHALL INCLUDE: 1. Building Permit Application and Construction Permit Application if applicable. 2. The applicant shall submit complete set of plans containing architectural, structural, civil, landscaping, sprinkler, electrical, and mechanical plans. 3. Stress/structural calculations and geotechnical report, if required. 4. Storm Drainage Analysis (TIR) in accordance with City Ordinance, if required. 5. A Fill Source Statement certified by a professional engineer licensed in the State of Washington on appropriate City form, if:  The property is located in Zone 1 of the Aquifer Protection Area and the volume of imported fill will exceed 50 cubic yards; or  The property is located in Zone 2 of the Aquifer Protection Area and the volume of imported fill will exceed 100 cubic yards. Refer to the form entitled “Fill Source Statement” for more information. Contact the Development Services Division to determine if your project site is in the Aquifer Protection Area (APA). 6. A Special Inspection Authorization Form. 7. An NREC Energy Code Checklist is required for non -residential buildings that will be heated. 8. If this is a manufactured structure, it must contain Dept. of Labor and Industries label for its occupancy or use. THE SITE PLAN SHALL CLEARLY SHOW THE FOLLOWING: (All items will be checked before acceptance) 9. Scale and north arrow. 10. Location, identification and dimensions of all buildings, property lines, streets, alleys and easements. Indicate condition of all public right-of-ways and submit verification of rights to use easements. 11. Off-street parking layouts and driveways showing circulation and paving. 12. Show new and existing curbs, gutters, sidewalks, street paving, storm drainage, and submit storm drainage calculations. 13. Show fire hydrant locations (new and existing) within 300 feet of building. 14. Show lighting and sign standards (new and existing). 15. Location of garbage containers and recycling collection center. 16. Landscaped areas. 17. Grading plan required, showing proposed and existing contours and elevations of sit e. BUILDING PERMIT REQUIREMENTS: ESPRESSO STANDS Development Services Division 1055 South Grady Way – Renton, WA 98057 Phone: 425-430-7200 www.rentonwa.gov www.MyBuildingPermit.com GENERAL NOTES MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: (Preferably on cover sheet) 18. The full name of the project. 19. The name, address and telephone number of owner and agent(s). 20. The area, in square feet or acres, of the project site. 21. The existing zoning of the project site. 22. The seismic zone (Zone #3) of the project site. 23. The floor, roof and wind design loads. 24. The proposed use of the building. 25. The IBC designation of occupancy group. 26. The IBC type of construction of proposed building. 27. The area of the building in square fe et. 28. The occupancy load (maximum capacity) of the building. NOTES – PLANS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR A PERMIT WITHOUT THE FOREGOING INFORMATION. ** After each section has approved the proposed construction, the required permits will be issued and the builder’s copy of the approved plan turned over to the applicant. THE BUILDER’S COPY MUST BE AVAILABLE TO INSPECTORS AT THE JOB SITE AT ALL TIMES. ** Separate permits are required for, but not limited to, plumbing, electrical, septic tanks, signs, refrigeration equipment, sewer hook-ups and off-site improvements, such as sidewalks, curbs and gutters, water mains, curb cuts for driveways, storm drainage, street lighting and street signs. ** The Building Inspection/Permits Section will be responsible for the inspe ction and enforcement of requirements of building, plumbing, heating, electrical, occupancy, fire resistive construction, parking, signs and any other building requirements not specifically provided for below. ** The Fire Department will be responsible for the inspection and enforcement of requirements for fire alarm systems, fire extinguishing systems, fire hydrants, fire lane access and fire exits. ** The Public Works Inspection/Permits Section will be responsible for the inspection and enforcement of requirements for grade and drainage, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, access and egress from parking areas, water service, sanitary sewers, sidesewers, storm drainage, street lighting, and street signs. ** A Certificate of Occupancy will not be issued until all dep artments have given final approval.