creativity is a powerful asset

 

SITE PLANNING, DESIGN & ENGINEERING
CASE STUDY
BUILT PROJECT

 

PREMIER GATED ENCLAVE COMMUNITY OF TWENTY-EIGHT [28] UPSCALE EXECUTIVE HOMES

SANTERRA @ LA QUINTA
Coachella Valley
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA  ·  UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta, California USA Entry Elevation Presentation Short Version Detailed

    

 

TBNC Edgemon Environmental Planning, Site Design, Engineering & Entitlement, Construction Manage La Quinta, CA USA

La Quinta is a Resort City in Riverside County, California, USA, specifically in the Coachella Valley between Indian Wells and Indio. The population was 37,467 at the 2010 census, up from 23,694 at the 2000 census.

The Robb Report credits La Quinta as the nation's leading golf destination. Among those destinations is the La Quinta Resort and Club, a resort dating to 1926 and famous as the spot in which director Frank Capra penned the screenplay of Lost Horizon. The Tom Fazio-designed golf course at The Quarry at La Quinta is ranked among the top one hundred [100] golf courses in the United States.

In January 2008, the Arnold Palmer Classic Course at the city's SilverRock Golf Resort became one of the four host golf courses for the annual Bob Hope Chrysler Classic PGA golf tournament.

 

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta 28 Homes Enclave, Environmental Planning, Site Development Landscape Architecture Water Conservation, Edgemon Califiornia  USA

SANTA ROSA MOUNTAINS @ LA QUINTA  ·  CALIFORNIA  ·  UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 

The most prominent feature of the La Quinta area is its Santa Rosa Mountains.

Visitors to Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim, California can be treated to a brief glimpse of the foothills in one of the park's attractions: Soarin' Over California. The "Palm Springs" segment of Soarin' Over California was actually shot at the world-famous PGA West golf complex in La Quinta. The Santa Rosa Mountains [California] are nestled against the golf course and can be seen easily in the segment.

The area is very close to the earthquake-causing San Andreas Fault, with some companies offering jeep tours to the fault line.

 


STUDY CREDITS

REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY

La Quinta is located at 33°40′31″N 116°17′51″W  [33.675373, −116.297391].  According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 35.6 square miles [92 km2], of which, 35.1 square miles [91 km2] of it is land and 0.4 square miles [1.0 km2] of it [1.22%] is water.

The city's elevation is 56 feet [20 m] above sea level.

The landscape was formerly a lake shore of prehistoric Lake Cahuilla which evaporated about 5,000 years ago.

 

REGIONAL CLIMATE

The climate of the Coachella Valley is influenced by the surrounding geography. High mountain ranges on three sides contribute to its unique and year-round warm climate, with the some of warmest winters west of the Rocky Mountains.

La Quinta has a warm winter/hot summer climate: Its average annual high temperature is 89.5 °F [31.9 °C] and average annual low is 62.1 °F [16.7 °C] but summer highs above 108 °F [42 °C] are common and sometimes exceed 120 °F [49 °C], while summer night lows often stay above 82 °F [28 °C]. Winters are warm with daytime highs often between 68–86 °F [20–30 °C].   Under four [4] inches [100 mm] of annual precipitation are average, with over 348 days of sunshine per year.

The hottest temperature ever recorded there was 125 °F [52 °C] on July 6, 1905.  The mean annual temperature is 75.8 °F [24.3 °C].

 

COLONIAL HISTORY

The area of La Quinta was first established in the early 18th century [est. 1776] by Spanish Conquistadores under the command of Captain Juan Bautista De Anza as the fifth resting point for travellers along the route from present-day Mexico to the San Gabriel Missions of Los Angeles and present-day Riverside and San Bernardino 60–100 miles away.

The words "la quinta" are Spanish, translating to "the fifth". More specifically, the word "quinta" is known in Mexico as a type of hacienda. Spanish and later Mexican settlement in the "East Valley" [Eastern Coachella Valley] was sparse, most residents were members of the indigenous Cahuilla tribe. The earliest records of any inhabitation of La Quinta and other communities were in 1823, after Mexico declared independence from Spain prior to California's annexation by the United States in 1848.

 

LA QUINTA MODERN DEVELOPMENT & INCORPORATION

In the late-19th century and early-20th century [1880–1920], agriculture developed in present-day La Quinta and "East Valley" by pre-modern [mountain water runoff or open water springs] and modern irrigation techniques. At the time, California and federal land surveyors declared the sand dunes uninhabitable, only the hard rock ground of the "Marshall Cove" held potential farming and residential development.

In 1927, Walter Morgan established the La Quinta Resort at the northern section of Marshall Cove as a type of secluded hideaway for nearby Hollywood's celebrities and socialites. The Resort was the site for the Coachella Valley's first golf course, coinciding with the construction and pavement of State Route 111 in the 1930s. Further expansion of Washington Street in the 1950s and 1960s connected La Quinta with US Highways 60 and 99 [became Interstate 10 in the 1970s].

As nearby desert cities grew to capacity, La Quinta's growth rose dramatically by the mid-1990s, which led to its incorporation as a city in Riverside County in 1982.  In the 1980 census, La Quinta had 4,200 residents, then increased to 11,215 by 1990 in the city's early phases of residential area growth. Once predominantly a part-time community until the early-1990s, more full-time residents live in La Quinta to make it possibly more populous than Palm Springs by 2006, according to some demographers.

 

 

TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta California Linear Elevation Section Four Draft Study in Color

 

TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta Perimeter & Linear Privacy Security Wall Section Three Study in Color

 

GATED ENCLAVES & RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES

In its modern form, a gated community is a form of residential community or housing estate containing strictly-controlled entrances for pedestrians, bicycles, and automobiles, and often characterized by a closed perimeter of walls and fences. Gated communities usually consist of small residential streets and include various shared amenities. For smaller communities this may be only a park or other common area. For larger communities, it may be possible for residents to stay within the community for most day-to-day activities.

Gated communities are a type of common interest development, but are distinct from intentional communities. In countries with a low Human Development Index and/or high Gini coefficient, gated communities attempt to provide security to the upper class as well as expatriates.

Given that gated communities are spatially a type of enclave, Setha M. Low, among other anthropologists, has argued that they have a negative effect on the overall social capital of the broader community outside the gated community.

Some gated communities, usually called guard-gated communities, are staffed by private security guards and are often home to high-value properties, and/or are set up as retirement villages.

 

REPRESENTATIONAL GATED ENCLAVE AMENITIES


STUDY CREDIT

Amenities available in a gated community depend on a number of factors including geographical location, demographic composition, community structure, and community fees collected. When there are sub-associations that belong to master associations, the master association may provide many of the amenities. In general, the larger the association the more amenities that can be provided. Amenities also depend on the type of housing. For example, single-family-home communities may not have a common-area swimming pool, since individual homeowners have the ability to construct their own private pools. A condominium, on the other hand, may offer a community pool, since the individual units do not have the option of a private pool installation.

 

 

COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION FIELD RECORDINGS  ·   PROJECT APPROACHING SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta Entry Monument Built Structure

ICONIC MAIN ENTRY MONUMENT & ENHANCED DESIGN GATE SYSTEM

Structure Facilitates Site Access & Site Security Monitoring Equipment Hardware Enclosure
Interior Facilitates Home Owner's Association Field Storage & Maintenance Supplies

   
TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta Mettalic Entry Gates [Bonderized] Built Exhibit
TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta Mettalic Entry Gate Photograph Exhibits USA

ENHANCED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN ENTRY & SITE SECURITY GATES

VEHICLE VIEW ACCESSIBILITY METALLIC MESH SCREEN TYPICAL

   
   
TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta Entry Monument & gated privact Wall Built Structures
TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta Perimeter Privacy & Security Wall Exhibits

PEDESTRIAN VISITOR ENTRY WALKWAY & SITE SECURE GATE ACCESS
EXHIBIT VIEW ARCHITECTURALLY ENHANCED SITE SECURITY WALL

EXHIBIT VIEW THROUGH PAVERSTONE MAIN ENTRY & SIGNAGE
EXHIBIT VIEW ARCHITECTURALLY ENHANCED SITE SECURITY WALL

 

 

 

 TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta Entry Monument Sconse Light Fixture @ Privacy & Security Wall Exhibit

REPRESENTATIONAL ARCHITECTURAL ACCOUTREMENT
EXTERIOR APPLICATION SITE SECURITY COPPER SCONSE LIGHT FIXTURE

 

REPRESENTATIONAL SCONSE LIGHT FIXTURES


A sconce is a type of light fixture affixed to a wall in such a way that it uses only the wall for support, and the light is usually directed upwards. It does not have a base on the ground. The word applies both to traditional forms of torch lighting, but also to modern gas and electric light sources affixed in the same way.

The etymology of sconce is from the Latin absconsus, and the French esconce. It is a word of many meanings, mostly signifying a covering or protection, or, by extension, that which is covered or protected

Modern electric light fixture sconces are often used in hallways or corridors to provide both lighting and a point of interest in a long passage. Sconce height in a passageway is generally 3/4 of the distance up the wall as measured from the floor to the ceiling, and the distance between sconces on the wall is generally equal to the distance of the sconces from the floor, often alternating sides of the passageway.

 

 

 

 

REPRESENTATIONAL DESERT CONDITIONS [ARID] SITE PERIMETER LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS

TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta Site Perimeter Water Conservation Plantings Exhibit

VIEW SOUTHERLY FROM SANTERRA MAIN ENTRY AT MADISON STREET
FEATURING CURVILINEAR COMMUNITY TRAILWAY, WATER CONSERVING TREES AND SHRUBBERIES AND GARNULAR SURFACE APPLICATION GROUNDCOVER

EXHIBIT VIEW OF ARCHITECTURALLY ENHANCED, SEGMENTAL, STUCCO CLAD MASONRY SITE SECURITY FENCE

 

 

DESERT CONDITIONS TREE & SHRUB CONSIDERATIONS

Desert conditions landscape designs are typically implemented in extremely arid climates with very low levels of annual rainfall.

Compacted soil, usually hard clay and watertight adobe, make a xeriscape style [water conserving] planting design the most ideal. Xeriscapes include a variety of native plants that survive on just the small amount of rainwater received to create a beautiful garden that is full of life in a barren environment.

 

MAINTAINING A XERISCAPE PLANTINGS ENVIROMENT IS NEARLY EFFORTLESS

Grassy turf is used sparingly and colorful flowers and shrubs that are heat resistant are planted near the focal and site entry points for ease of watering as needed.

The wiry branches of the ocotillo are often used to design fences in desert landscaping and can add vivid color to outdoor spaces when it blooms.

Cacti, fragrant lavender, hearty ferns like juniper, and even wildflowers can be incorporated into your xeriscape.

Desert conditions landscape designs are amazing outdoor spaces that create an enjoyable way to entertain in the arid southwest. Drought tolerant plants, natural materials, and an array of outdoor accessories can blend the simplicity of the desert with the sophistication of your modern home for one of the most unique garden styles available.

 

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta, California USA Manufactured Boulder Entry Signage & Name Graphics Display

 

 

PUBLIC SAFETY

The City of La Quinta contracts for Police services through the County of Riverside. 

The La Quinta Police provide patrol officers, motorcycle officers, school resource officers, community service officers, investigators, gang task force members, narcotics task force, Special Enforcement Team, traffic reconstruction unit, a community policing officer and citizen volunteers.

Police Captain Raymond Gregory can be contacted at rgregory@riversidesheriff.org  or 760.863.8952.  

Lieutenant Jason Huskey can be contacted at jhuskey@riversidesheriff.org  or 760.771.4235.

TBNC Edgemon Recreational Resort Communities La Quinta California Site Engineering, Environmental Planning & Construction Managament USA Edgemon 274107

 

 

 

PLANNING STUDY PRESENTATION   ·    ICONIC ENTRY MONUMENT WET WALL WATERFEATURE ELEMENT

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta Iconic Entry Monument Copper Clad Roofing Modification Study, California USA

A wet wall water display is one in which the water flows down the face of a wall [elevation]. This creates water movement without a lot of spray.

Wet wall waterfeatures / fountains do well in the wind and use less water than jet or waterfall fountains. The subtle wet wall displays make little or no sound. Wet walls can be constructed of stone, cast stone, concrete, or metals.

A wet wall can have a large or small fountain pool at its bottom. The purpose of the bottom pool is to chase the descending water and provide a decorative feature to the fountain.

Wet walls can be made with no visible pool, but some water containment system must be designed into the bottom of the fountain. The top of the wet wall can have two different types of water dispersal systems. The first utilizes a smaller fountain pool which has a low "weir" at the edge on the top of the wall. The low edge disperses the water down the wet wall. The second way to get the water effect on the wall is to use a mechanical weir which emits an even amount of water down the wall / elevation. The mechanical weir can be covered with the same material that the wall is comprised of.

The equipment for the wet wall can be located in a number of locations, depending on the project's needs. If there is an above ground level pool, the equipment can be located behind the equipment wall. If there is no fountain pool or the fountain pool is at ground level, the equipment can be in a remote sump box or, if a dry pump is used, in a designated room either on the same floor at the bottom of the fountain or underneath it in a basement.

Some wet walls can be designed with a drain-down system. This system has a large sump box located below the wet wall. Wherever the equipment is located, access will be required.

Wet walls can be covered in natural stone or tile, A smooth tile creates a subtle shimmering effect on the wall. Rough material produces more movement. Depending on the desired effect of the water feature, additional pools and waterfalls always make more noise and splashing than water that stays on the wall. The effect the wall creates is altered by the texture of tile or natural stones used, its color, the lighting of the wall and volume of water used. The amount of water going down the fountain is adjustable.

Lighting the wet wall with spot and/or flood lights can be effective. It is sometimes possible to light the wall from the fountain pool if the pool is large enough. When planning wet walls, you should first consider what its purpose is. Is it to create a subtle mood in a lobby or possibly to block unsightly traffic and street noise from a building's entrance?

 

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Draft Entry Plot Plan Study with Paver Stones

 

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PUBLIC COMMENT PRESENTATION
BRIEF SITE PLANNING & PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT ELEMENT

 

SLC.ME.EC.001

Iconic Entry Monument; Utilitarian Purposes Structure Encloses Site Security, Access, & Telcom. Control Center

SLC.ME.EC.002

Architecturally Enhanced Designer Style Vehicular Entry Gates & Control Systems; Mesh Application Facilitates Viewline

SLC.ME.EC.003

Architecturally Enhanced Designer Style Pedestrian Entry Gates & Control Systems; Mesh App. Facilitates Viewline

SLC.ME.EC.004

Site Accessibly Key Pad & Telecommunications Control Pedestal; Facilitates EMS Sonar / Sensor Control Capabilities

SLC.ME.EC.005

Architecturally Enhanced Natural Stone & Manufactured Stone Placard Signage Monument & Central Design Focus

SLC.ME.EC.006

Architecturally Enhanced Segmented Stucco Clad Masonry Site Security Fencing with Colorization Palette

SLC.ME.EC.007

Primary Site Access Paverstone Roadway Surface Application per State, City & County Engineering Standards

SLC.ME.EC.008

Planter Areas Demising & Site Control with Six [6"] Inch Color Enhanced Cementitious Curbing & Paverstone Base Trim

SLC.ME.EC.009

Architecturally Enhanced Pedestrian Walkway & Site Access Paverstone Surfaces; Complimentary with Drive Surfaces

SLC.ME.EC.010

Pedestrian Resident & Visitor Key Pad Telecommunications / Video Monitoring Control Panel, Wall Mounted & Secure

SLC.ME.EC.011

Monument Structure Internal Storage Capacity; Site Securing Control, Irrigation & Lighting Control & HOA Storage

SLC.ME.EC.012

Twenty-Four [24"] Inch Paverstone Delineation Trim Application at Edges of Landscape Planters

SLC.ME.EC.013

Twenty-Four [24"] Inch Paverstone Delineation Trim Application at Edges of Main Entry Drive Surfaces

SLC.ME.EC.014

Solid Surfaces Cementitious Curbing Control Application; Slope and Drainage Control per Engineering Standards

SLC.ME.EC.015

Cementitious Curvilinear, Gradient Undulating & Width Variable Community Circulation Sidewalk at Madison Street

SLC.ME.EC.016

Representational ADA Compliant Cementitious Surfaces Curb Cut Rampage and Continuation of Circulation Element

SLC.ME.EC.017

Madison Street Public Right-of-Way [RoW] Improvements per County & City of La Quinta Engineering Standards

SLC.ME.EC.018

On-Site Private Property Interior Roadway Improvements per County & City of La Quinta Engineering Standards

SLC.ME.EC.019

On-Site Private Property Interior Cementitious Curbing & Paverstone Driveway Approaches per City of La Quinta

SLC.ME.EC.020

On-Site Private Property Interior Cementitious Rolled Type "K" Curbing per City of La Quinta Engineering Standards

SLC.ME.EC.021

Representational Site-Random Installation of Locally Sourced Rounded Natural Stone Boulders & Site Embedment

SLC.ME.EC.022

Representational Theme & Topical Landscape Plantings; Refer to Approved Landscape Development Plan Set

SLC.ME.EC.023

Representational Arid Zone Conditions Tree & Shrub Plantings; Refer to Approved Landscape Development Plan Set

SLC.ME.EC.024

Representational Water Conserving Granular Aggregate Surfaces; Refer to Approved Landscape Development Plan Set

SLC.ME.EC.025

Represents Fee Title Private Property Improvements, Enclosed in Site Secure Stucco Clad CMU Privacy Fencing

SLC.ME.EC.026

Represents Private Property Paverstone Driveway & Curb Access Surfaces, per City of La Quinta Standards

 

 

REPRESENTATIONAL INTERLOCKING CEMENTITIOUS PAVERSTONE APPLICATION

TBNC Edgemon Enclave La Quinta, California Interlocking Paverstone Planning & Engineering, Site Development, CM Ops Edgemon 274107 USA

A special type of paver referred to as an “interlocking concrete paver” or also a segmental paver has emerged over the last couple of decades in the United States as a very popular alternative to brick, clay or concrete.

Segmental pavers have been used for thousands of years. The Romans built roads with them that are still there. But it wasn’t until the mid 1940’s that pavers began to be produced out of concrete. It started in Holland where all the roads are made to be flexible because Holland is below sea level and the ground shifts, moves and sinks. Poured concrete is not an option because it will crack. Individual units not set in concrete placed in sand perform far better than concrete. Before the paver was made from concrete either real stone or a clay product had to be employed.

 

The first concrete pavers were shaped just like a brick, 4” by 8” and they were called Holland Stones and still are today. These units turned out to be far more economical to produce and were exceedingly strong.

*   Interlocking pavers create style, color and eye-catching patterns while providing a durable and long-lasting surface.
*   Make a superior integrated system for residential and commercial vehicular requirements.
*   When properly installed require practically no maintenance.
*   Do not require expansion joints.
*   Resistant to spilled fuel and oil.
*   May be used immediately upon completion of installation.
*   May be disassembled to repair subgrade or underground services then reinstalled with no unsightly patch.
*   Skid and slip resistant surface.
*   Cooler surface.
*    Easy to work to grade transitions.
*   Long design life.
*   Low life cycle costs.
*   Interlocking concrete pavers do not crack like asphalt or poured-in-place concrete or stamped concrete. Flex without cracking.
*   Easy to repair and/or replace. Asphalt, concrete, and stamped concrete can't make this claim.
*   Resist deterioration from freeze-unfreeze cycles and de-icing salts better than asphalt and better than ordinary poured-in-place concrete.
*   Concrete pavers come in many shapes and colors. Virtually unlimited combination of solid and blended colors, shapes and laying patterns.
*   Paving stones should last over 30 years, which is much longer than alternative pavements, under normal residential use.

 

TBNC Edgemon Enclave La Quinta, California Enviromental & Site Planning, Engineering & Development Programs, California, Arizona, Nevada, USA Edgemon

REPRESENTATIONAL ARCHITECTURALLY ENHANCED PAVERSTONE SURFACE APPLICATION

Since 1995, a nationwide network of Oldcastle manufacturing facilities has produced Belgard interlocking pavers, paving stone and garden wall products. These products include the traditional and antiqued paver and wall series. All Belgard products have a long history of successful applications on thousands of residential and commercial projects throughout the United States and Canada.

TBNC Edgemon Enclave La Quinta, California Interlocking Paverstone Entry System & Application, California Edgemon Planning & Engineering, California USA 
www.belgard.biz

 

REPRESENTATIONAL PAVERSTONE MANUFACTURER, VENDOR & MATERIAL PROVIDER

Since 1947, RCP Block & Brick has been manufacturing and supplying Southern California with only the finest masonry and hardscape products. With full lines of concrete block, brick, retaining wall systems, concrete interlocking pavers, stone veneer, natural building stone, decorative landscape rock, masonry tools, DIY knowledge, contractor referrals, and so much more... RCP Block & Brick has EVERYTHING for your hardscape and masonry needs.

800.794.4727

 

 

CHARRETTES   &  PUBLIC COMMENTARY 

A charrette is a method of organizing thoughts from experts and the users into a structured medium that is unrestricted and conducive to the creativity and the development of myriad scenarios.

The word charrette may refer to any collaborative session in which a group of designers drafts a solution to a design problem. While the structure of a charrette varies, depending on the design problem and the individuals in the group, charrettes often take place in multiple sessions in which the group divides into sub-groups. Each sub-group then presents its work to the full group as material for future dialogue. Such charrettes serve as a way of quickly generating a design solution while integrating the aptitudes and interests of a diverse group of people. Compare this term with workshop.

 

ORIGINS OF THE TERM "CHARRETTE"


STUDY CREDIT

Thought to originate from the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the 19th century, the word charrette is from the French for "cart" or "chariot."

It was not unusual for student architects to continue working furiously, at the last minute, on the illustrations for their design presentations, even while riding in the school cart [en charrette] through the streets of Paris en route to submit the projects to their professors.

Hence, the term metamorphosed into the current design-related usage in conjunction with working right up until a deadline.

An alternative explanation is that at the end of a class in the studio a charrette would be wheeled among the student artists to pick up their work for review while they, each working furiously to apply the finishing touch, were said to be working en charrette.

In the 16th, 17th, and 18th century when travel took long periods, a Charrette referred to long carriage rides in which politicians and policy makers would be sequestered together in order to collaborate in solving a set problem over the duration of their journey. This origin is most similar to the current usage of the word in the design world.

 

     

REPRESENTATIONAL CHARRETTE PRESENTATION & COMMUNITY INFORMATION SERIES

TBNC Edgemon Enclave La Quinta Environmental Planning, Community Charette, Public Discussion and Submittal Exhibits, La Quinta, California USA Edgemon
TBNC Edgemon Enclave La Quinta Environmental Planning & Site Engineering, Communiity Charette and Public Presentation Programs Edgemon California USA
TBNC Edgemon Enclave La Quinta Environmental Planning & Site Development, Community Charette Presentation & Discussion Programs California, Arizona, Nevada and The WORLD, Edgemon USA 274107

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PROJECT MARKETING CONCEPT
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REPRESENTATIONAL CHARRETTE PRESENTATION & COMMUNITY INFORMATION SERIES
EXTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN ELEMENTS

TBNC Edgemon Enclave La Quinta Community Charette & Public Presentation Environmnetal Planning & Site Development Programs, Edgemon CSLB 274107 & Construction Management USA Edgemon


TBNC Edgemon Enclave La Quinta Manufactured Ledgestone Application Environmental Planning & Site Engineering / Architecture Edgemon California USA

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Believability; It's the most important ingredient of Eldorado Stone and the most compelling reason why so many architects, builders and homeowners choose Eldorado Stone. Eldorado's distinct process handcrafts molds and creates the natural color palettes that capture all the nuances of real stone. The warmth and richness of Eldorado Stone creates unique spaces of permanence, romance and beauty; inside and out. The Most Believable Architectural Stone Veneer in the WorldTM. Only from Eldorado Stone.

Installed, manufactured stone is approximately 1 / 3 to 1 / 2 the cost of natural stone. Its light weight properties eliminate the need for wall ties or footings. Manufactured stone has a 2% [approximately] waste factor versus 10% or more for natural stone.

 

 

REPRESENTATIONAL CHARRETTE PRESENTATION & COMMUNITY INFORMATION SERIES
SITE & SAFETY LIGHTING SYSTEMS    ·    ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN ELEMENTS

TBNC Santerra @ La Quinta Representational Study Exhibits Sconse Light Fixtures



STUDY CREDIT

Architectural site safety lighting design is a field within architecture and architectural engineering that concerns itself primarily with the illumination of buildings.

The objective of architectural site safety lighting design is to obtain sufficient light for the purposes of the building, balancing factors of initial and operating cost, appearance, and energy efficiency. Lighting designers are often specialists who must understand the physics of light production and distribution, and the physiology and psychology of light perception by humans.

Architectural lighting design is generally concerned with the permanent illumination of a structure. Concert and theatrical lighting have different purposes and practitioners.

Practical lighting design must take into account the gradual decrease in light levels from each lamp owing to lamp aging, lamp burnout, and dirt accumulation on fixture and lamp surfaces. Empirically-established depreciation factors are listed in lighting design handbooks.

 

CONCEPT OF EFFECTIVE SITE SAFETY LIGHTING DESIGN & ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING

Comprehensive lighting design requires consideration of the amount of functional light provided, the energy consumed, as well as the aesthetic impact supplied by the lighting system. Some buildings, like surgical centers and sports facilities, are primarily concerned with providing the appropriate amount of light for the associated task. Some buildings, like warehouses and office buildings, are primarily concerned with saving money through the energy efficiency of the lighting system. Other buildings, like casinos and theatres, are primarily concerned with enhancing the appearance and emotional impact of architecture through lighting systems.

Therefore, it is important that the sciences of light production and luminaire photometrics are balanced with the artistic application of light as a medium in our built environment. These electrical lighting systems should also consider the impacts of, and ideally be integrated with, daylighting systems. Factors involved in lighting design are essentially the same as those discussed above in energy conservation analysis.

Architectural site safety and security lighting design focuses on three fundamental aspects of the illumination of buildings or spaces. The first is the aesthetic appeal of a building, an aspect particularly important in the illumination of retail environments. Secondly, the ergonomic aspect: the measure of how much of a function the lighting plays. Thirdly is the energy efficiency issue to assure that light is not wasted by over-illumination, either by illuminating vacant spaces unnecessarily or by providing more light than needed for the aesthetics or the task.

Each of these three aspects is looked at in considerable detail when the lighting designer is at work. In aesthetic appeal, the lighting designer attempts to raise the general attractiveness of the design, measure whether it should be subtly blended into the background or whether it should stand out, and assess what kind of emotions the lighting should evoke. The functional aspects of the project can encompass the need for the project to be visible (by night mostly, but also by day), the impact of daylight on the project and safety issues [glare, colour confusion etc.].

 

METHODOLOGIES OF EFFECTIVE LIGHTING DESIGN & ENGINEERING

For simple installations, hand-calculations based on tabular data can be used to provide an acceptable lighting design. More critical or optimized designs now routinely use mathematical modeling on a computer.

Based on the positions and mounting heights of the fixtures, and their photometric characteristics, the proposed lighting layout can be checked for uniformity and quantity of illumination. For larger projects or those with irregular floor plans, lighting design software can be used. Each fixture has its location entered, and the reflectance of walls, ceiling, and floors can be entered. The computer program will then produce a set of contour charts overlaid on the project floor plan, showing the light level to be expected at the working height. More advanced programs can include the effect of light from windows or skylights, allowing further optimization of the operating cost of the lighting installation. The amount of daylight received in an internal space can typically be analized by undertaking a daylight factor calculation.

The Zonal Cavity Method is used as a basis for both hand, tabulated, and computer calculations. This method uses the reflectance coefficients of room surfaces to model the contribution to useful illumination at the working level of the room due to light reflected from the walls and the ceiling. Simplified photometric values are usually given by fixture manufacturers for use in this method.

Computer modeling of outdoor flood lighting usually proceeds directly from photometric data. The total lighting power of a lamp is divided into small solid angular regions. Each region is extended to the surface which is to be lit and the area calculated, giving the light power per unit of area. Where multiple lamps are used to illuminate the same area, each one's contribution is summed. Again the tabulated light levels [in lux or foot-candles] can be presented as contour lines of constant lighting value, overlaid on the project plan drawing. Hand calculations might only be required at a few points, but computer calculations allow a better estimate of the uniformity and lighting level.

 

 

 

TBNC Edgemon Enclave Santerra @ La Quinta, the Kewl City in the Coachella Valley, Edgemon Environmental Planning & Site Engineering, California & Arizona USA Edgemon

CITY OF LA QUINTA DEMOGRAPHICS 2010


STUDY CREDIT

The 2010 United States Census reported that La Quinta had a population of 37,467. The population density was 1,053.9 people per square mile [406.9/km²]. The racial makeup of La Quinta was 29,489 [78.7%] White, 713 [21.9%] African American, 230 [0.6%] Native American, 1,176 [3.1%] Asian, 41 [0.1%] Pacific Islander, 4,595 [12.3%] from other races, and 1,223 [3.3%] from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 11,339 persons [30.3%].

The Census reported that 37,410 people [99.8% of the population] lived in households, 50 [0.1%] lived in non-institutionalized group quarters, and 7 [0%] were institutionalized.

There were 14,820 households, out of which 4,329 [29.2%] had children under the age of 18 living in them, 8,672 [58.5%] were opposite-sex married couples living together, 1,442 [9.7%] had a female householder with no husband present, 595 [4.0%] had a male householder with no wife present. There were 787 [5.3% unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 182 [1.2%] same-sex married couples or partnerships. 3,164 households [21.3%] were made up of individuals and 1,522 [10.3%] had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.52. There were 10,709 families [72.3% of all households]; the average family size was 2.93.

The population was spread out with 8,208 people [21.9%] under the age of 18, 2,509 people [6.7%] aged 18 to 24, 7,696 people [20.5%] aged 25 to 44, 11,238 people [30.0%] aged 45 to 64, and 7,816 people [20.9%] who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 45.6 years. For every 100 females there were 93.5 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 91.3 males.

There were 23,489 housing units at an average density of 660.7 per square mile [255.1/km²], of which 11,152 [75.2%] were owner-occupied, and 3,668 [24.8%] were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 6.5%; the rental vacancy rate was 16.5%. 27,386 people [73.1% of the population] lived in owner-occupied housing units and 10,024 people [26.8%] lived in rental housing units.

 

 

 

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LA QUINTA COMMUNITY AGENCY APPROVED SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN SET STUDY   ·   TRACT 32225 EXHIBITS

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TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta, California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Sheet 01 of 24 Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

C.01.R24.R.ADD.RH.001

City of La Quinta Community Development Departments;  Ink Stamp Certification, Validation and Approval, File Master Copy Set

C.01.R24.R.ADD.RH.002

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

C.01.R24.R.ADD.RH.003

Primary Key Pad Control Pedestal wish Approved EMS / Fire Marshal Sonar, Signalized, and Key Pad Systems Providing Accessibility.

C.01.R24.R.ADD.RH.004

Main Entry Site Security Video, Telecommunications and Recordings Hardware & Software Systems to City & County Safety Standards

C.01.R24.R.ADD.RH.005

Architecturally Enhanced Site Specific Pedestrian and Visitor Security Passage Gate System with Key Pad, Video and Telecommunications

C.01.R24.R.ADD.RH.006

Plan Set Vicinity Site Specific Mappage, Circulation Identification and EMS / Fire Marshal Site Security Accessibility

C.01.R24.R.ADD.RH.007

Community Planning Director Specific Application Enhanced & Colorized Stucco to CMU Site Security Fencing and Project Boundary Delineation

C.01.R24.R.ADD.RH.008

Architecturally Enhanced Community Purposes Linear Parkland Element with Curvilinear ann Grade Undulating Cementitious Sidewalk

C.01.R24.R.ADD.BS.001

SWMP / Site Drainage and Site Hydrology Management Program to the Stand rads of the City and County Engineering Departments

C.01.R24.R.ADD.BS.002

CVWD Site Drainage and Waterflow Management Programs;  Course of Construction BMPs, Erosion Control & Site Management

C.01.R24.R.ADD.BS.003

Offsite Roadway and Median Improvements Substantial Development Prior to Construction of Three-Dimensional Features [Five Display Homes]

C.01.R24.R.ADD.GB.001

Project Hardscape, Landscape & Irrigation General Notes and Site Specific Conditions, per La Quinta Community Director & County of Riverside

C.01.R24.R.ADD.GB.002

Representational Note: CVWD Water Conservaton Schedules & Applicable General Conditions and Site Specific Standards, Typical

C.01.R24.R.ADD.GB.003

Representational Site Depiction Arid Environment Tree Overstory and canopy Improvements to City of La Quinta & CVWD Minimum Standards

C.01.R24.R.ADD.GB.004

Representational Site Depiction Arid Environment Foundation Shrubberies Understory with Water Conserving Granular Aggregate Surfaces

C.01.R24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Titles, General Scope and Project Identification; Reference Listings, Schedules and Plan Set Authorship & Certifications

C.01.R24.R.ADD.OB.002

Architecturally Enhanced & Iconic Main Entry Monument Element to Minimum Stand rads of the City of La Quinta & County of Riverside, California

C.01.R24.R.ADD.OB.003

Architecturally Enhanced, Designer Class Mixed-Metallic Site Security & Main Entry Gate & Automobile Access Elements, See-Through Component

C.01.R24.R.ADD.OB.004

Architecturally Enhanced Paverstone Surface Main Entry with Colorized Surfaces Border Trim Applications, per Director of Engineering

C.01.R24.R.ADD.OB.005

Representational Stucco Clad, Architecturally Colorized CMU Site Security Fencing with 3 3/4" Visual Offset Panel Design Element

C.01.R24.R.ADD.OB.006

Representational City of La Quinta and County of Riverside Land Use, Zoning and Site-Specific Residential Approvals and Certifications

C.01.R24.R.ADD.TB.001

Architecturally Enhanced & Iconic Main Entry Monument Element to Minimum Requirements of the City of La Quinta Planning Department

C.01.R24.R.ADD.TB.002

Architecturally Enhanced & Iconic Main Entry Monument Copper Roof Element with Positive Control Rain Water Gutters and Downspouts

C.01.R24.R.ADD.TB.003

Architecturally Enhanced Main Entry Monument Glazed Tile Accouterment Application, and Companion Fixtures and Features

C.01.R24.R.ADD.TB.004

Architecturally Enhanced, Designer Class Mixed-Metallic Site Security & Main Entry Gate & Automobile Access Elements, See-Through Component

C.01.R24.R.ADD.TB.005

Representational Stucco Clad, Architecturally Colorized CMU Site Security Fencing with 3 3/4" Visual Offset Panel Design Element

C.01.R24.R.ADD.TB.006

Architecturally Enhanced Site Specific Pedestrian and Visitor Security Passage Gate System with Key Pad, Video and Telecommunications

C.01.R24.R.ADD.BD.001

Plan Set Revisions and References Inventory; Companion to Submittal Narrative and Documents Recording, per City of La Quinta, California

C.01.R24.R.ADD.BD.002

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

C.01.R24.R.ADD.BD.003

Recordings of La Quinta Community Director; Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review, Validation & Certification

C.01.R24.R.ADD.BD.004

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

C.01.R24.R.ADD.BD.005

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

 

 

 

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TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 01 of 24 Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.01R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Plan Set Note; Referral to Separate Madison Street Median Development & Installation of Dedicated Left-Turn-Only Queue into Project

P.01R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

P.01R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Site Interior Circulation & Improvements of Barristo Court Completed Prior to Site Development & Five [5] Display Homes Element

P.01R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Representational Minimum Standards to Interior EMS / Fire Marshall Accessibly  to be Substantially Complete Prior to Site Development, Typical

P.01R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Representational Statement in Support of Fire Hydrant Improvements in Place Prior to Site Development, and the Delivery of Construction Materials

P.01R.24.R.ADD.RH.006

Representational Statement in Support of the Substantial Completion of Offsite Improvements including Curb & Gutter and Drainage Structures

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Representational Statement in Support of the Substantial Completion SWMP / Recreational Component Stormwater Retention & Recharge Basin

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Site Drainage and Waterflow Management Programs;  Course of Construction BMPs, Erosion Control & Site Management per City of La Quinta

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Site Specific Course of Construction BMPs, Erosion and Dust Control per City of La Qunita & County of Riverside Minimum Standards

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BS.004

Representational Statement in Support of the Dry Well Hardware System Fully Established and Certified by the City of La Quinta & CVWD

P.01R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Note; Referral to Separate Madison Street Median Landscape Development & Installation of Dedicated Left-Turn-Only Queue into Project

P.01R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Depiction of Areas of Site Perimeter Linear Parklands Landscape & Irrigation Improvements, with Curvilinear & Undulating Public-Use Sidewalk

P.01R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Representational Note: CVWD Water Conservation Schedules & Applicable General Conditions and Site Specific Standards, Typical

P.01R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside  Mandated Substantial Completion SWMP / Recreational Component Stormwater Retention & Recharge Basin

P.01R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Depiction of Areas of Project Iconic Main Entry Site Development & Entry Gate System, Fully ADA Compliant at Pedestrian Passage Gate

P.01R.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Representational Depiction of Hardsccape, Landscape & Irrigation Improvements to Five [5] Prototypical Display Homes, Phase I Proposed

P.01R.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Arid Environment, Water Conserving Tree & Shrub Palette with Corresponding Notes & Schedules per City of La Quinta & CVWD Standards

P.01R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Representational Depiction of Madison Street and Avenue 58 Offsite Development & Improvements including Drainage, Curbs & Gutter Systems

P.01R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Architecturally Enhanced & Iconic Main Entry Monument Element to Minimum Stand rads of the City of La Quinta & County of Riverside, California

P.01R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Architecturally Enhanced, Designer Class Mixed-Metallic Site Security & Main Entry Gate & Automobile Access Elements, See-Through Component

P.01R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Community Planning Director Specific Application Enhanced & Colorized Stucco to CMU Site Security Fencing and Project Boundary Delineation

P.01R.24.R.ADD.OB.005

Architecturally Enhanced Paverstone Surface Main Entry with Colorized Surfaces Border Trim Applications, per Director of Engineering

P.01R.24.R.ADD.OB.006

Statement Associated with Separate Plan Set Generation; Madison Street Median Development & Installation of Dedicated Left-Turn-Only Queue

P.01R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Architecturally Enhanced & Iconic Main Entry Monument Copper Roof Element with Positive Control Rain Water Gutters and Downspouts

P.01R.24.R.ADD.TB.002

Stucco Clad, Architecturally Colorized CMU Site Security Fencing with Site-Specific Area of 3 3/4" Visual Offset Panel Design, per City of La Quinta

P.01R.24.R.ADD.TB.003

Plan Set Depiction of Phase I Development of Five [5] Prototypical Display Homes at Northerly Terminus [cul de sac] of Barristo Court

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Recordings of County of Riverside Agricultural Commissioner Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BD.005

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.01R.24.R.ADD.BD.006

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

 

 

 

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TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta, California USA Approved Site Development Plan Sets Exhibits Sheet 1.A of 24 Plus Exhibits Edgemon

 

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Evapotranspiration {ETo] Regional Zone Mappage Brief Narrative & Identifiers Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD]; Planning Support Documents

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Site Specific CVWD Water Conservation Mandate & Very Low Volumes Irrigation Water Engineering in Support of MAAWA \ EAAWA

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Site Specific CVWD Automatic Landscape Irrigation Calculations Schedules, Controls and Water Conservation Goals,ETo Zone Specific

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BS.004

Five [5] Display Prototypical Project Homes Water Conserving Irrigation in Support of Proposed MAAWA \ EAAWA Standards

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BS.005

Five [5] Display Prototypical Project Homes Water Conserving Tree, Shrubs & Groundcovering Palette to CVWD & City of La Quinta Approvals

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BS.006

CVWD & City of La Quinta Director of Land Planning SWMP / Site Hydrology & Surface Drainage BMP General Conditions, Typical

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.GB.001

County of Riverside Commissioner of Agriculture Project Plan Set Review, Validation and Certifications Associated with Vegetive Installation

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD] Project Plan Set Review, Validation and Certifications Associated with Vegetive Installation, Typical

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.GB.003

CVWD Site Specific Water Conservation Special Automatic Irrigation Installation and Systems Control Hardware & Applicable Programs

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.GB.004

CVWD Site Specific and Zone Specific Evapotranspiration [ETo] Schedules, Calculations, General Conditions and Site Application, Typical

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD] Project Plan Set Review, Validation and Certifications Associated with Vegetive Installation

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Recordings of La Quinta Community Director; Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review, Validation & Certification

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Five [5] Display Prototypical Project Homes Water Conserving Tree, Shrubs & Groundcovering Palette to CVWD ETO Brief Calculations

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Five [5] Display Prototypical Project Homes Improvements, Subject to City of La Quinta Director of Community Development

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.TB.001

File Reference Recording; Five [5] Display Prototypical Project Homes, Subject to City of La Quinta Director of Community Development

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.01AR.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

 

 

 

 

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TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta, California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 03 of 24 Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.03R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

P.03R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Primary Key Pad Control Pedestal wish Approved EMS / Fire Marshal Sonar, Signalized, and Key Pad Systems Providing Accessibility.

P.03R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

EMS / Fire Marshal's Project Signage & Informational Graphics Application per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Standards

P.03R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Weather-Protective & Enclosed, Fully Site Secure Primary Control Center Associated with Access, Monitoring, Video & Telecommunications

P.03R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Pedestrian Access Site Security Passage Gate System with Key Pad & Telecommunications with Video Interconnection Control Station

P.03R.24.R.ADD.RH.006

Pedestrian ADA Access & Circulation Minimum Standards, Details & Brief General Conditions; Refer to National Code & Federal Requirements

P.03R.24.R.ADD.RH.007

Main Entry All-Weather Solid Surface, Cementitious Interlocking Paverstone Driveway per City of La Quinta Director of Engineering Requirements

P.03R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Site Specific Surface and Positive Drainage Applications, SWMP & Hydrology Minimum Standards, Course of Construction BMPs, per City of La Quinta

P.03R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

CVWD Site Specific Surface and Positive Drainage Applications, SWMP & Hydrology Minimum Standards, Course of Construction BMPs

P.03R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Representational Site Specific Topical & Theme Landscape Plantings with Water Conserving Drip-Style Irrigation per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.03R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Representational Site Specific Specimen Arid Environment Tree Plantings with Water Conserving Drip-Style Irrigation per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.03R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Area Sourced Identification of Producers and Providers of Site Specific Specimen Arid Environment Tree and Representational Contact Information

P.03R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Representational Regionally Sourced Natural Stone and Site Created Manufactured Stone Boulders and Specific Creatively Interwoven Incorporation

P.03R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD] Project Plan Set Review, Validation and Certifications Associated with Vegetive Installation, Typical

P.03R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Architecturally Enhanced & Iconic Main Entry Monument Element to Minimum Requirements of the City of La Quinta Planning Department

P.03R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Architecturally Enhanced Paverstone Surface Main Entry with Colorized Surfaces Border Trim Applications, per Director of Engineering

P.03R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Architecturally Enhanced Site Specific Pedestrian and Visitor Security Passage Gate System with Key Pad, Video and Telecommunications

P.03R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Specific Plan Set Note; Reference to City of La Quinta Signage Permitting Process and Applicable Architectural Review General Conditions

P.03R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Weather-Protective & Enclosed, Fully Site Secure Primary Control Center Associated with Access, Monitoring, Video & Telecommunications

P.03R.24.R.ADD.TB.002

Representational Depiction of Site Perimeter Stucco Clad, Colorized & Enhanced CMU Masonry Privacy & Security Fence Component per City of La Quinta

P.03R.24.R.ADD.TB.003

Representational Presentation of Signage and Informational Graphics Program and General Conditions per City of La Quinta & Fire Marshal Standards

P.03R24.R.ADD.BD.001

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.03R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.03R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.03R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

 

 

 

 

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TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta, California USA Approved Site Development Plan Sets Sheet 04 of 24 Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.04R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Civil Engineer of Record Main Entry & Site Accessibility Clearances and Minimum Circulation and Alignment Standards and Conditions, Typical

P.04R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Main Entry All-Weather Solid Surface, Cementitious Interlocking Paverstone Driveway per City of La Quinta Director of Engineering Requirements

P.04R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Representation Depiction and Notes Standards Associated with the Offsite Improvements of Madison Street & Left-Turn-Only Median Queue

P.04R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Representation Reference Associated with the Onsite, Interior Circulation Improvements of Barristo Court and Complete EMS / Fire Marshal Access

P.04R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

P.04R.24.R.ADD.RH.006

Site Safety Specific Details Associated Pedestrian and Visitor Security Passage Gate System with Key Pad, Video and Telecommunications

P.04R.24.R.ADD.RH.007

Site Security Perimeter Stucco Clad, Colorized & Enhanced CMU Masonry Privacy & Security Fence Component per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.04R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Site Specific Surface and Positive Drainage Applications, SWMP & Hydrology Minimum Standards, Course of Construction BMPs, per City of La Quinta

P.04R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

CVWD Mandated & Site Monitored Water Conserving Plant Factor [wcpf] Calculations and Minimum Standards in Support of MAAWA \ EAAAWA

P.04R.24.R.ADD.BS.003

CVWD & City of La Quinta Director of Land Planning SWMP / Site Hydrology & Surface Drainage BMP General Conditions, and Minimum Standards

P.04R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Site Specific Water Conserving [Arid Environment] Specimen & Foundational Tree Palette & Water Applications Schedule with WCPF, Typical

P.04R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Site Specific Water Conserving [Arid Environment] Foundational Shrub & Ground Treatment Palette & Water Applications Schedule with WCPF, Typical

P.04R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD] Water Conserving Plant Factor [wcpf] General Conditions, Specifications and Calculations Syllabus, Typical

P.04R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

CVWD Automatic Control Water Conserving Irrigation System General Conditions & Minimum Standards Guidelines and Design Criteria, Typical

P.04R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Certificate of Site Specific Compliance Associated with Landscape Architectural Standards & Professional Authority & Delivery of Services

P.04R.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Representational Site Specific and City of La Quinta Mandated Site-Perimeter Linear Parkland Grade Undulation & Mounding Requirements

P.04R.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD] Project Plan Set Review, Validation and Certifications Associated with Vegetive Installation, Typical

P.04R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Specific Plan Set Note; Reference to City of La Quinta Signage Permitting Process and Applicable Architectural Review General Conditions

P.04R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

CVWD Recordings of Easements and Non-Conflict Conditions and Site Specific Controls; Irrigation Access & Specimen Tree Plantings Typical

P.04R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Perimeter Site Security Architecturally Enhanced, Stucco Clad CMU Fencing Engineering Minimum Standards per City of La Quinta

P.04R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

P.04R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

P.04R.24.R.ADD.TB.002

Iconic Main Entry Monument Architectural Amenities including Copper Roof, Light Sconces, Area Illumination, Signage & Graphics Typical

P.04R.24.R.ADD.TB.003

City of La Quinta Architectural Review Committee Endorsed Feature Trim & Fenestration, Accoutrement and Cosmetic Details, Typical.

P.04R.24.R.ADD.TB.004

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

P.04R.24.R.ADD.TB.005

City of La Quinta & CVWD Committee Review & Satisfactory Compliance Arid Environment Tree, Shrubbery & Ground Treatment Palette & Schedule

P.04R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.04R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.04R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.04R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.04R.24.R.ADD.BD.005

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

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TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta, California USA, Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 05 of 24 Plus Addenda Exhibits Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.05R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

P.05R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Civil Engineer of Record Main Entry & Site Accessibility Clearances and Minimum Circulation and Alignment Standards and Conditions, Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

P.05R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Primary Key Pad Control Pedestal with Approved EMS / Fire Marshal Sonar, Signalized, and Key Pad Systems Providing Accessibility.

P.05R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Representational Presentation of Signage and Informational Graphics Program and General Conditions per City of La Quinta & Fire Marshal Standards

P.05R.24.R.ADD.RH.006

Site Security Perimeter Stucco Clad, Colorized & Enhanced CMU Masonry Privacy & Security Fence Component per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Site Specific Surface and Positive Drainage Applications, SWMP & Hydrology Minimum Standards, Course of Construction BMPs, per City of La Quinta

P.05R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Site Specific CVWD Water Conservation Mandate & Very Low Volumes Irrigation Water Engineering in Support of MAAWA \ EAAWA

P.05R.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Site Specific CVWD Water Conservation Mandate & Very Low Volumes Irrigation Water Irrigation General Conditions & Specific Requirements

P.05R.24.R.ADD.BS.004

CVWD & City of La Quinta Director of Land Planning SWMP / Site Hydrology & Surface Drainage BMP General Conditions, Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Water Conserving Automatic Control Irrigation Systems & Applications Legend Key, Notes & Specifications per Plan Set Approval, Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Water Conserving Automatic Control Irrigation Emitter Applications Legend Key, Notes & Specifications per Plan Set Approval, Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Very Low Volume Water Conserving Automatic Control Irrigation Emitter Hardware Legend, Key, Notes & Specifications, per CVWD Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Representational Presentation Specific Area Application Automatic Irrigation Remote Control Valves [RCV], Notes, Specifications & Details

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Site- Specific Depiction of Area Application Automatic Irrigation Remote Control Valves [RCV], Water Calculations & Flow Control, Notes,& Details

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.006

On-Site & Off-Site Irrigation & Electrical Control Sleeves, Conduits and Underground Access Hardware Elements & Site Position Applications

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Representational Site-Master [HOA & Public-Use Areas] Automatic Irrigation Controller Secure Placement in Iconic Entry Monument, Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.008

Representational Depiction of Site-Specific Automatic Control Irrigation Remote Control Valves [RCV] Volumes, Schedules & Placement

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.009

Primary Double Check Valve 950XLU per CVWD & City of La Quinta Site Placement, Site Utilization and Applicable Pressures Calculations

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.010

Primary Double Check Valve 950XLU Secure Steel Mesh Enclosure per CVWD & City of La Quinta Site Placement, Site Utilization and Applicable

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.011

Representational Depiction Regional Area Sourced, Rounded Natural Stone Boulders and Embedment Application, Typical Multiple Areas

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.012

Representational Depiction of Ground Surfacing Application of Water Conserving Groomed Granular Aggregate per City of La Quinta & CVWD

P.05R.24.R.ADD.GB.013

CVWD General Schedule of WCPF Square Footage Calculations Associated with Arid Environment Landscape & Irrigation Applications

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Iconic Main Entry Monument Architectural Amenities including Copper Roof, Light Sconces, Area Illumination, Signage & Graphics Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Architecturally Enhanced Paverstone Surface Main Entry with Colorized Surfaces Border Trim Applications, per Director of Engineering

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Representational Statement in Support of the Substantial Completion of Offsite Improvements including Curb & Gutter and Drainage Structures

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Representational Minimum Standards to Interior EMS / Fire Marshall Accessibly  to be Substantially Complete Prior to Site Development, Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.005

Site Specific Surface and Positive Drainage Applications, SWMP & Hydrology Minimum Standards, Course of Construction BMPs, per City of La Quinta

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.006

Architecturally Enhanced EMS / Fire Marshal Accessibility Main Entry & Gate Control Systems to Standards Required and Site Approved

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.007

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.008

Specific Language Notes Associated with Installation & Site Scheduling of Potable Domestic & HOA Primary Service Water Meters per CVWD

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.009

Site Security Perimeter Stucco Clad, Colorized & Enhanced CMU Masonry Privacy & Security Fence Component per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.010

Representational Depiction of Site Perimeter Linear Parkland & Public-Use Curvilinear & Undulating Sidewalk Improvements per City of La Quinta

P.05R.24.R.ADD.OB.011

Representational Depiction of ADA Compliant Cementitious Surface Rampage and Linear Parklands Accessibility per Federal Standards

P.05R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Main Entry All-Weather Solid Surface, Cementitious Interlocking Paverstone Driveway per City of La Quinta Director of Engineering Requirements

P.05R.24.R.ADD.TB.002

Main Entry All-Weather Solid Surface, Cementitious Interlocking Paverstone Surface Trim Applications per Director of Engineering Requirements

P.05R.24.R.ADD.TB.003

City of La Quinta Architectural Review Committee Endorsed Feature Trim & Fenestration, Accoutrement and Cosmetic Details, Typical.

P.05R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.05R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.05R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.05R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.05R.24.R.ADD.BD.005

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

P.06R / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  07 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


FIVE [5] DISPLAY HOMES SITE DEVELOPMENT & LANDSCAPE   ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta, California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 08 of 24 Plus Adenda Edgemon

 

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.06R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Interior On-Site Street Improvements Including Barristo Court Prior to Construction of Five [5] Display Homes

P.06R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Developer to Confirm & Certify Non-Conflict CVWD Easements & Interior RoW Improvements Prior to Construction of Five [5] Display Homes, Typical

P.06R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Representational Depiction of Neighboring Properties Westerly Existing & Undisturbed Conditions per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.06R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Representational Depiction of Neighboring Properties Northerly Existing & Undisturbed Conditions per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.06R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Representational Depiction of Existing Site Security Demising Fence Undisturbed per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.06R.24.R.ADD.RH.006

Representational Depiction of New Installation of Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fencing, Typical of Project Perimeter

P.06R.24.R.ADD.RH.007

Representational Depiction of New Installation of Developed Fee Title Parcels Offset of property Lines Eight [8"] Inches, Typical Throughout Site

P.06R.24.R.ADD.RH.008

Representational Depiction of Fully Interior Fire Sprinklered Executive Homes per City of La Quinta & Fire Marshall Typical Throughout Project

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Site Specific Surface and Positive Drainage Applications, SWMP & Hydrology Minimum Standards, Course of Construction BMPs, per City of La Quinta

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Site Specific Curbing & Gutter Drainage Surface Applications, SWMP & Hydrology Standards, BMPs, per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Specific Conditions CVWD, City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Water Conserving Applications & Methodologies

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Site Specific Water Conserving [Arid Environment] Specimen & Foundational Tree Palette & Water Applications Schedule with WCPF, Typical

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Site Specific Water Conserving [Arid Environment] Foundational Shrub & Ground Treatment Palette & Water Applications Schedule with WCPF, Typical

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Five [5] Display Home & Selective HOA Planting Areas with Topical & Theme Landscape Plantings with Water Conserving Ground Treatment

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Representational Depiction of Site-Specific HOA Planting Areas Featuring Topical & Theme Palette & Water Conserving Granular Aggregate

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Five [5] Display Home & Selective HOA Planting Areas with Arid Environment Landscape Plantings with Water Conserving Ground Treatment

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Representational Depiction of Regional Area Sourced Natural Stone Boulders Embedded into Gradient per Landscape Architect, Typical

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Representational Depiction of Areas of Water Conserving Granular Aggregate Surfaces as Foundational Landscape Improvements, Typical

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.008

Representational Depiction of Areas of Water Conserving Vegetive Ground Covering Planting, Limited in Scope & Scale, Typical at Front Yards

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.009

Representational Depiction of Arid Environment Specimen Tree Installation, Minimum Quantities and Applicable Trade Industry Notes & Comments

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.010

Site Specific CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist in Specimen Tree Installation with Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.011

Representational Depiction of Proposed & Future Installation of Rear Yard Specimen Tree & Foundational Plantings Installation, Typical All Sites

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.012

CVWD & City of La Quinta Water Conserving Potable & Site Irrigation Water Demands, Calculations and General Conditions, Typical All Services

P.06R.24.R.ADD.GB.013

CVWD Mandated Tree, Shrubbery and Groundcovering Vegetation Demands, Calculations, and Areas of Application, Typical

P.06R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Prototypical Display Homes, Phase One, per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.06R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Representational Depiction of Each of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Front Yard or Rear Yard Swimming Pool Installations

P.06R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Representational Depiction of Each of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Solid Surface, Cementitious Paverstone Driveway Installation

P.06R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Representational Depiction of Each of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Site-Specific HVAC Noise Attenuation Application, Typical

P.06R.24.R.ADD.OB.005

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Display Homes to Feature Site Security / Pool Environment Safety Fencing with Self Closing & Latching Access

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BD.005

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BD.006

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.06R.24.R.ADD.BD.007

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

P.06BR / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  08 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


FIVE [5] DISPLAY HOMES SITE & LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT   ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Approved Siite Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 06.B Revised of 24 Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Interior On-Site Street Improvements Including Barristo Court Prior to Construction of Five [5] Display Homes

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Representational Depiction Prototypical Executive Homes Fully Fire Sprinklered, per City of La Quinta & Fire Marshal, Typical All Structures

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Display Homes to Feature Site Security / Pool Environment Safety Fencing with Self Closing & Latching Access

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Representational Plan Set Statement Associated with SWMP & BMP Landscape Mounding & Gradient Control Methodologies, per City of La Quinta

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Site Specific Curbing & Gutter Drainage Surface Applications, SWMP & Hydrology Standards, BMPs, per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Representational Plan Set Statement Associated with Course of Construction SWMP & BMP Erosion Control & Site Cleaning Applications

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BS.004

Representational Plan Set Statement Associated with Continuous and Positive Surface and Subgrade Water Flows and Site Controls

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Statement Associated with City of La Quinta Minimum Plant Quantities and Representational Schedules, Notes & Comments, Typical All Site

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.002

General Conditions and Standards Arid Environment Landscape Improvements per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside, Typical All Site

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Representational Plan Set Statement Associated with CVWD Low Water [Conservation] Application Volumes and Site Control, Typical All Site

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Plan Set Depiction Site Specific Water Conserving [Arid Environment] Tree & Shrubberies Palette & Water Applications Schedule with WCPF, Typical

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Plan Set Presentation of Regional Availability of Site-Specified Arid Environment Specimen trees and Foundational Shrubs, with Contact Numbers

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Plan Set Presentation of City of La Quinta Minimum Specimen Trees & Foundational Plantings Installed Quantities, Notes & Schedules, Typical

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Representational Depiction of Regional Area Sourced Natural Stone Boulders Embedded into Gradient per Landscape Architect, Typical

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.008

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Display Homes & Specific HOA Theme & Topical Plantings with Water Conserving Granular Aggregate

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.009

Representational Depiction of Areas of Water Conserving Granular Aggregate Surfaces as Foundational Landscape Improvements, Typical

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.GB.010

Plan Set Depiction CVWD Mandated Tree, Shrubbery and Groundcovering Vegetation Demands, Calculations, and Areas of Application, Typical

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Prototypical Display Homes, Phase One, per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Representational Depiction of Each of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Solid Surface, Cementitious Paverstone Driveway Installation

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Display Homes to Feature Site Security / Pool Environment Safety Fencing with Self Closing & Latching Access

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Representational Depiction of Each of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Site-Specific HVAC Noise Attenuation Application, Typical

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Representational Depiction of Arid Environment Specimen Tree Installation, Minimum Quantities and Applicable Trade Industry Notes & Comments

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.TB.002

Representational Depiction of Areas of Water Conserving Granular Aggregate Surfaces as Foundational Landscape Improvements, Typical

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.TB.003

Representational Depiction of Site-Specific HOA Planting Areas Featuring Topical & Theme Palette & Water Conserving Granular Aggregate

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.TB.004

Representational Depiction of Proposed Project's Limit Line of Improvements, Scope & Scale per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Plan Set Presentation of SWMP \ BMP \ Hydrology & Drainage General Conditions, Specifications and Notes & Addenda, Typical

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BD.005

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.06BR.24.R.ADD.BD.006

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

P.07R / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  09 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


CVWD 52% ACHEIVED WATER CONSERVATION CALCULATIONS   ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Technical Sheet 07 of 24 Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.07R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Plan Set Presentation General Conditions Contractor's Licensure & Certifications to State of California, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta

P.07R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Plan Set Presentation General Conditions Contractor's Insurance & Certifications to State of California, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta

P.07R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Plan Set Brief Description of Project & Work Product Implementation & Trade Industry Standards, to Federal, State, County & City Standards

P.07R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Plan Set Brief Outline & Delineation of Site Management & Course of Construction Clean Work Environment, to Trade Industry Standards

P.07R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Plan Set Brief Outline & Delineation of City of La Quinta General Conditions, Procedures, Policies and Methodologies, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Plan Set Presentation Associated with BMPs & Site Erosion & Dust Control General Conditions, Language & Minimum Requirements & Standards

P.07R.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Plan Set Presentation Associated with CVWD BMPs & Site Erosion & Dust Control General Conditions, & Minimum Requirements & Standards

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Statement Associated with City of La Quinta Minimum Plant Quantities and Representational Schedules, Notes & Comments, Typical All Site

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Display Homes & Specific HOA Theme & Topical Plantings with Water Conserving Granular Aggregate

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Prototypical Display Homes, Phase One, Minimum Vegetive [Specimen Tree] Units, per City of La Quinta

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Plan Set Presentation CVWD Mandated Tree, Shrubbery and Groundcovering Vegetation Demands, Calculations, and Areas of Application, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Plan Set Presentation CVWD Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations MAAWA \ EAAWA Calculations, Schedules & Notes, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Plan Set Presentation Five [5] Display Homes Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations MAAWA \ EAAWA Calculations, Schedules & Notes

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Plan Set Presentation Water Conserving [Emitter Methodologies] Irrigation Systems General Notes, Conditions & Schedules, All Site Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.008

Plan Set Presentation Project Hardscape, Landscape & Irrigation Guarantees & Warranties, Both Manufacturer & Vendor Provider, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.009

Plan Set Presentation Project Hardscape, Landscape & Irrigation Implementation & Conditions, Both Manufacturer & Vendor Provider, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.010

Plan Set Depiction Site Specific Water Conserving [Arid Environment] Tree & Shrubberies Palette & Water Applications Schedule & Notes

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.011

Plan Set Depiction Site Specific Water Conserving [Arid Environment] Tree & Shrubberies Palette & WCPF Calculations & Schedules, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.012

Plan Set Presentation of Regional Availability of Site-Specified Arid Environment Specimen Trees and Foundational Shrubs, with Contact Numbers

P.07R.24.R.ADD.GB.013

Plan Set Presentation of CVWD Mandated Water Conserving General Conditions Associated with Arid Environment Landscape & Irrigation

P.07R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Prototypical Display Homes, Phase One, Minimum Specimen Tree Quantities per City of La Quinta

P.07R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Plan Set Presentation of Five [5] Prototypical Display Homes, Phase One, Minimum Irrigation hardware & Systems per City of La Quinta

P.07R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Plan Set Presentation  Project Irrigation Implementation & General Conditions; Manufacturer & Vendor Provider Specifications & Support, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Plan Set Presentation General Conditions Contractor's Licensure & Insurance Certifications to State, County & City of La Quinta Requirements

P.07R.24.R.ADD.OB.005

Plan Set Presentation HOA & Common Public-Use Areas of Improvements, Phase One Minimum Quantities, Standards & Certifications, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.OB.006

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.07R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Plan Set Presentation Water Conserving [Emitter Methodologies] Irrigation Systems General Notes, Conditions & Schedules, All Site Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.TB.002

Plan Set Presentation Water Conserving Theme & Topical Plantings Irrigation Systems General Notes, Conditions & Schedules, All Site Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.TB.003

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Prototypical Display Homes, Phase One, Minimum Specimen Tree Quantities per City of La Quinta

P.07R.24.R.ADD.TB.004

Plan Set Presentation of Five [5] Prototypical Display Homes, Phase One, Minimum Irrigation Hardware & Systems per City of La Quinta

P.07R.24.R.ADD.TB.005

Plan Set Presentation CVWD Tract 32225 Water Conservation MAAWA \ EAAWA Demand Calculations, Schedules & Notes, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.07R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Plan Presentation Site Quantities & Certified Application Hardscape, Landscape, Softscape & Irrigation Improvements, Typical

P.07R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.07R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.07R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.07R.24.R.ADD.BD.005

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

P.08R / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  10 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


FIVE [5] DISPLAY HOMES WATER CONSERVING IRRIGATION   ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 08 of 24 Series Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.08R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Interior On-Site Street Improvements Including Barristo Court Prior to Construction of Five [5] Display Homes

P.08R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Developer to Substantially Complete Site Security Fencing Improvements Prior to Construction of Five [5] Display Homes & Other HOA Structures

P.08R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Neighboring Properties Westerly Existing & Undisturbed Conditions Including Site Security Fencing per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.08R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Representational Depiction of Neighboring Properties Northerly Existing & Undisturbed Conditions per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.08R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Representational Depiction of Five [5] Display Homes to Feature Site Security / Pool Environment Safety Fencing with Self Closing & Latching Access

P.08R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Plan Set Presentation Associated with Curb & Gutter & Positive Surface Drainage, SWMP \ BMP& Retention Basin Improvements Standards, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Plan Set Depiction as Segmented HOA Landscape Improvement Area as Associated with On-Site Improvements, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Water Conserving Irrigation Mainlines Schedules & Specifications, Site Access Sleeves and Connector Hardware Conditions, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Plan Set Presentation of Each Structure & HOA Public-Areas Potable Water Point of Connection [POC] General Condition & Standards

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Plan Set Presentation of Each Executive Home [28] Potable & Irrigation POC & Mainline Distribution & Site Placement, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Plan Set Presentation of Each Executive Home [28] Irrigation POC, Mainline Distribution & Quick Coupler Valve [QCV] Site Placement, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Representational Depiction of HOA & Common Area Automatic Irrigation Controller [Hunter Mfg], Secure Site Placement, Specifications & Details

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Representational Depiction of Each Dwelling Automatic Irrigation Controller [Hunter Mfg], Secure Site Placement [Garage] , Specifications & Details

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Representational Depiction of Water Conserving Automatic Irrigation Remote Control Valve [RCV] [Hunter Mfg], Site Number System & Calculations

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.008

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Automatic Control Irrigation Systems Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.009

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Double Check Valve 950 XLU; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.010

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Emitter Hardware [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.011

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Irrigation Hardware; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.08R.24.R.ADD.GB.012

Plan Set Presentation CVWD Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations, Schedules & Notes, All Site Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Representational Depiction of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Pool Environment with Site Safety Fencing, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Representational Depiction of Each of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Solid Surface, Cementitious Paverstone Driveway Installation

P.08R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Representational Depiction of Areas of Water Conserving Granular Aggregate Surfaces as Foundational Landscape Improvements, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Representational Depiction of Arid Environment Specimen Tree Installation, Minimum Quantities and Applicable Trade Industry Notes & Comments

P.08R.24.R.ADD.OB.005

Plan Set Presentation of Each Structure & HOA Public-Areas Potable Water Point of Connection [POC] & Water Meter General Condition & Standards

P.08R.24.R.ADD.OB.006

Site Security Perimeter Stucco Clad, Colorized & Enhanced CMU Masonry Privacy & Security Fence Component per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.OB.007

Plan Set Presentation CVWD Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations, Schedules & Notes, All Site Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.OB.008

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.08R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Representational Depiction of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Pool Environment with Site Safety Fencing, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.TB.002

Plan Set Presentation of HOA & Common Area and Prototypical Executive Homes Water Conserving Landscape & Irrigation Improvements, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.TB.003

Plan Set Presentation & Notes Associated with Project's Signage, Placards and Supportive Graphics; Sign Permits Required per City of La Quinta

P.08R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.08R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Plan Sets Reference to HOA Site Specific General Conditions, Notes, References, Specifications & Details per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.08R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.08R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.08R.24.R.ADD.BD.005

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.08R.24.R.ADD.BD.006

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

P.09R / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  11 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


RECREATIONAL COMPONENT SWMP RETENTION BASIN ENGINEERING   ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta, California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 09 of 24 Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.09R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Interior On-Site Street Improvements Including Barristo Court Prior to Construction of Five [5] Display Homes

P.09R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Developer to Substantially Complete Site Security Fencing Improvements Prior to Construction of Five [5] Display Homes & Other HOA Structures

P.09R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Neighboring Properties Westerly Existing & Undisturbed Conditions Including Site Security Fencing per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.09R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Developer to Substantially Complete Interior On-Site Improvements Including Fire Hydrants, Drainage Structures & BMP Erosion Control Systems

P.09R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Improvements Prior to Site Development including Irrigation & Drainage Management, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Decomposed Aggregate Base Surface Application per County of Riverside Standards, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Slope Erosion Control Application per SWMP City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Standards

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BS.004

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Dry Well Hardware & Applicable Drainage Control Apparatus, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BS.005

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin BMPs Course of Construction Erosion Control & Site Management, per City of La Quinta

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BS.006

Plan Set Presentation Associated with Curb & Gutter & Positive Surface Drainage, SWMP \ BMP& Retention Basin Improvements Standards, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BS.007

Plan Set Presentation Associated with Storm Water Retention Basin Energy Dissipating Rip-Rap Embedment & Stormwater Collector System, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BS.008

Plan Set Presentation Associated with CVWD BMPs & Site Erosion & Dust Control General Conditions, & Minimum Requirements & Standards

P.09R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Site Specific CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist in Specimen Tree Installation with Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.09R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Plan Set Presentation Associated with Commercial Landscape Installation Permit & Site Development Standards; 2006.861 per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Representational Statement & Notes Associated with Tree Canopy Installation, Continuing HOA Site-Specific Maintenance per City of La Quinta

P.09R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP Retention Basin Slope Plantings and Erosion Control Specifications & Methodologies per County of Riverside

P.09R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Plan Set Depiction On-Site Interior Loaded SWMP Retention Basin Site Security, View Accessible Chain-Link Fencing per County of Riverside Standards

P.09R.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Plan Set Depiction of SWMP Water Retention Basin Passive Areas Surface Treatment of Groomed Granular Aggregate per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Plan Set Depiction of SWMP Water Retention Basin Base Areas Surface Treatment of Decomposed Granitic Aggregate per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, per County of Riverside Standards

P.09R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Plan Set Presentation Associated with Site Specific Development Minimum Standards & General Conditions per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.09R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Representational Depiction of New Installation of Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fencing, Typical of Project Perimeter

P.09R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Plan Set Depiction On-Site Interior Loaded SWMP Retention Basin Site Security, View Accessible Chain-Link Fencing per County of Riverside Standards

P.09R.24.R.ADD.OB.005

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Dry Well Hardware & Applicable Drainage Control Apparatus, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.OB.006

Plan Set Depiction SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Site Installation of Exercise Trail System & Specific PAR Stations Program per City of La Quinta

P.09R.24.R.ADD.OB.007

Plan Set Depiction SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Site Installation of Exercise Trail System & Specific PAR Stations Graphics & Use Instructions

P.09R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Plan Set Depiction SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Site Specific Exercise Trails System with PAR Stations & Informational Signage Program

P.09R.24.R.ADD.TB.002

Plan Set Depiction of Water Conserving, Arid Environment Specimen & Foundation Tree Canopy & Identification Keys & Legends, per City of La Quinta

P.09R.24.R.ADD.TB.003

Plan Set Depiction of Water Conserving, Arid Environment Site Perimeter, Linear Parkland Element with Curvilinear Public-Access Sidewalks

P.09R.24.R.ADD.TB.004

Plan Set Depiction of Site Perimeter Linear Parkland Improvements with Public-Accessibility Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Sidewalk System

P.09R.24.R.ADD.TB.005

Representational Depiction of Water Conserving Granular Aggregate Groundcovering Application per County of Riverside & City of La Quinta, Typical

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BD.005

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.09R.24.R.ADD.BD.006

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

P.10R / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  12 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


RECREATIONAL COMPONENT SWMP RETENTION BASIN  ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 10 of 24 Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.10R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Neighboring Properties Westerly Existing & Undisturbed Conditions Including Site Security Fencing per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside

P.10R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Representational Depiction of New Installation of Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fencing, Typical of Project Perimeter

P.10R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Plan Set Depiction On-Site Interior Loaded SWMP Retention Basin Site Security, View Accessible Chain-Link Fencing per County of Riverside Standards

P.10R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Improvements Prior to Site Development including Irrigation & Drainage Management

P.10R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Developer to Substantially Complete Interior On-Site Improvements Including Fire Hydrants, Drainage Structures & BMP Erosion Control Systems

P.10R.24.R.ADD.RH.006

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, per County of Riverside

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin BMPs Course of Construction Erosion Control & Site Management, per City of La Quinta

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Plan Set Presentation Associated with Curb & Gutter & Positive Surface Drainage, SWMP \ BMP& Retention Basin Improvements Standards, Typical

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BS.004

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Decomposed Aggregate Base Surface Application per County of Riverside Standards, Typical

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BS.005

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Dry Well Hardware & Applicable Drainage Control Apparatus, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BS.006

Plan Set Presentation Associated with CVWD BMPs & Site Erosion & Dust Control General Conditions, & Minimum Requirements & Standards

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Depiction of Water Conserving Irrigation Mainline & Site Distribution Methodologies, Alignment & Vegetive Non-Conflict Conditions

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Plan Set Depiction of Water Conserving Irrigation Mainline Supply Origin & Notes Reflecting Potable Water Status & Double Check Valve Control

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Plan Presentation of Water Conserving Irrigation Mainline Sleeve Access & Alignment Applications and Vegetive Non-Conflict Conditions

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Irrigation Systems Hardware, Legends, Keys, General Conditions, Notes & Specification Comments

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Automatic Irrigation Remote Control Valve [RCV] [Hunter Mfg], Site Number System & Calculations

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Representational Depiction of HOA & Common Area Automatic Irrigation Controller [Hunter Mfg], Secure Site Placement, Specifications & Details

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Automatic Control Irrigation Hardware Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, Typical

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.008

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Emitter Hardware [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.009

Plan Set Presentation of Grade Confirmed Quick Coupler Valves [QCV] Hardware [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.010

Plan Set Presentation CVWD Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations, Schedules & Notes, All Site Typical

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.011

Site Specific CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist in Specimen Tree Installation with Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.10R.24.R.ADD.GB.012

Plan Set Presentation CVWD Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations, Schedules & Notes, All Site Typical

P.10R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, per County of Riverside

P.10R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Plan Set Depiction SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Site Specific Exercise Trails System with PAR Stations & Informational Signage Program

P.10R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Representational Depiction of Water Conserving Granular Aggregate Groundcovering Application per County of Riverside & City of La Quinta, Typical

P.10R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Representational Depiction of New Installation of Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fencing, Typical of Project Perimeter

P.10R.24.R.ADD.OB.005

Plan Set Depiction of Site Perimeter Linear Parkland Improvements with Public-Accessibility Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Sidewalk System

P.10R.24.R.ADD.OB.006

Plan Set Depiction of Water Conserving, Arid Environment Site Perimeter, Linear Parkland Element with Curvilinear Public-Access Sidewalks

P.10R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Representational Depiction of New Installation of Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fence Segmental Offset Design Element

P.10R.24.R.ADD.TB.002

Representational Depiction of New Installation of Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fencing, Typical of Project Perimeter

P.10R.24.R.ADD.TB.003

Plan Set Depiction of Site Perimeter Linear Parkland Improvements with Public-Accessibility Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Sidewalk System

P.10R.24.R.ADD.TB.004

Plan Set Depiction SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Site Specific Exercise Trails System with PAR Stations & Informational Signage Program

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Plan Set Presentation of City & County Mandated Special Conditions, Requirements, Specifications and Applications / Implementations, Typical

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BD.005

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BD.006

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.10R.24.R.ADD.BD.007

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

P.13R / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  13 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


SITE PERIMETER LINEAR PARKLAND ENGINEERING & DEVELOPMENT  ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibts Sheet 013 of Series Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.13R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Interior On-Site Street Improvements Including Barristo Court Prior to Construction of SWMP Recreational Basin, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, Prior to SWMP Improvements, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.RH.003

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.RH.004

Developer to Substantially Complete Site-Exterior Off-Site Street Improvements Including Avenue 58 & Madison Street Prior to Construction of SWMP Basin

P.13R.24.R.ADD.RH.005

Developer to Substantially Complete Site Perimeter Linear Parkland Improvements with Public-Accessibility Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Sidewalk System

P.13R.24.R.ADD.RH.006

Developer to Substantially Complete Installation of Site Perimeter Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fence Segmental Offset Design Element

P.13R.24.R.ADD.RH.007

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, per County of Riverside

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin BMPs Course of Construction Erosion Control & Site Management, per City of La Quinta

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Improvements Prior to Site Development including Irrigation & Drainage Management, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BS.004

Plan Set Presentation Associated with Curb & Gutter & Positive Surface Drainage, SWMP \ BMP& Retention Basin Improvements Standards, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BS.005

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Dry Well Hardware & Applicable Drainage Control Apparatus, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BS.006

Plan Set Presentation Associated with CVWD BMPs & Site Erosion & Dust Control General Conditions, & Minimum Requirements & Standards

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Representational Statement & Notes Associated with Tree Canopy Installation, Continuing HOA Site-Specific Maintenance per City of La Quinta

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Plan Set Depiction Site Specific Water Conserving [Arid Environment] Tree & Shrubberies Palette & WCPF Calculations & Schedules, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Representational Depiction of Gradient Control & Architecturally Enhanced Mounding & Contour Site Placement General Conditions, Typical All Project

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Representational Depiction of Ornamental Arid Environment Vegetive [Shrubbery] Screen Plantings Methodologies & Maintenance General Specifications

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Representational Depiction of Regionally Sourced, Rounded Natural Stone Boulders Site Configuration & Embedment Guidelines per City of La Quinta

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Plan Presentation of Site Identified & Specific Conditions Decomposed Aggregate Base Surface Application per County of Riverside Standards, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Site Specific CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist in Specimen Tree Installation with Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.008

Plan Presentation of Representational Water Conserving, Arid Environment Tree Planting Installation & Guidance Details & Specifications, Typical All Site

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.009

Plan Presentation of Representational Water Conserving, Arid Environment Tree Plantings Staking & Guidance Details & Specifications, Typical All Site

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.010

Plan Presentation of Representational Water Conserving, Arid Environment Shrub Planting Installation & Guidance Details & Specifications, Typical All Site

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.011

Plan Set Identification & Depiction of Water Conserving, Indigenous & Native Arid Environment Vegetation Water Demands, Calculations & Comments

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Presentation of Representational Water Conserving, Arid Environment Planting Installation & Maintenance Guidance, Details & Notes, Typical All Site

P.13R.24.R.ADD.GB.012

Plan Set Presentation CVWD Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations, Schedules & Notes, All Site Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Representational Depiction of Project Phase Two [2] Prototypical Production Executive Homes & Fee Title Lot Improvements & Configurations, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Plan Set Depiction of SWMP Water Retention Basin Base Areas Surface Treatment of Decomposed Granitic Aggregate per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.13R.24.R.ADD.OB.003

Plan Set Depiction SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Site Specific Exercise Trails System with PAR Stations & Informational Signage Program

P.13R.24.R.ADD.OB.004

Plan Set Depiction of Site Perimeter Linear Parkland Improvements with Public-Accessibility Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Sidewalk System

P.13R.24.R.ADD.OB.005

Representational Depiction of New Installation of Architecturally Enhanced, Site-Security, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fencing, Typical of Project Perimeter

P.13R.24.R.ADD.OB.006

Developer to Substantially Complete Site-Exterior Off-Site Street Improvements Including Avenue 58 & Madison Street Prior to Construction of SWMP Basin

P.13R.24.R.ADD.OB.007

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Site Specific City of La Quinta, County of Riverside & CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist within Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BD.005

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BD.006

Recordings of CVWD Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.13R.24.R.ADD.BD.007

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

P.14R / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  14 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


SITE PERIMETER LINEAR PARKLAND WATER CONSERVING IRRIGATION   ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 014 of Series Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.14R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Interior On-Site Street Improvements Including Barristo Court Prior to Construction of SWMP Recreational Basin, Typical

P.14R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Site-Exterior Off-Site Street Improvements Including Avenue 58 & Madison Street Prior to Construction of SWMP Basin

P.14R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with Curb & Gutter & Positive Surface Drainage, SWMP \ BMP& Retention Basin Improvements Standards, Typical

P.14R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Installation of Site Perimeter Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fence Segmental Offset Design Element

P.14R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Site Specific City of La Quinta, County of Riverside & CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist within Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.14R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Specific Presentation of Safety First *DigAlert Graphics & Primary Contact Numbers per County of Riverside Minimum Standards and Conditions

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Improvements Prior to Site Development including Irrigation & Drainage Management, Typical

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Improvements Prior to Site Development including Irrigation & Drainage Management, Typical

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin BMPs Course of Construction Erosion Control & Site Management, per City of La Quinta

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Dry Well Hardware & Applicable Drainage Control Apparatus, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with CVWD BMPs & Site Erosion & Dust Control General Conditions, & Minimum Requirements & Standards

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Representational Depiction of HOA & Common Area Automatic Irrigation Controller [Hunter Mfg], Secure Site Placement, Specifications & Details

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation CVWD Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations, Schedules & Notes, All Site Typical

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Presentation of Water Conserving Irrigation Mainline Sleeve Access & Alignment Applications and Vegetive Non-Conflict Conditions

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Site Specific CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist in Irrigation Systems Installation with Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Automatic Irrigation Remote Control Valve [RCV] [Hunter Mfg], Site Number System & Calculations

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Irrigation Systems Hardware, Legends, Keys, General Conditions, Notes & Specification Comments

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Emitter Hardware [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Grade Confirmed Quick Coupler Valves [QCV] Hardware [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Emitter Hardware [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Irrigation Systems Hardware, Legends, Keys, General Conditions, Notes & Specification Comments

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Emitter Specific RCV [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Sprinkler Specific RCV [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Quick Coupler Valve [QCV [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Hot Reach Pop-Up Sprinklers [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, Typical

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Presentation of Representational Water Conserving, Arid Environment Planting Installation & Maintenance Guidance, Details & Notes, Typical All Site

P.14R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation Coachella Valley Water District Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations, Schedules & Notes, Typical

P.14R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Installation of Site Perimeter Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fence Segmental Offset Design Element

P.14R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Depiction of Site Perimeter Linear Parkland Improvements with Public-Accessibility Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Sidewalk System

P.14R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Depiction of City of La Quinta Mandated Enhanced Hardscape, Landscape & Water Conserving Irrigation Systems & Methodologies, Typical All Site

P.14R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Phase Two [2] Prototypical Production Executive Homes & Representational Site Improvements, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.14R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Representational ADA Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Cementitious Sidewalk & Curb Corner Rampage per Federal Standards

P.14R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

P.14R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Plan Set Depiction of Site Perimeter Linear Parkland Improvements with Public-Accessibility Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Sidewalk System

P.14R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Site Specific City of La Quinta, County of Riverside & CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist within Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.14R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Plan Presentation of Representational Water Conserving, Arid Environment Planting Installation & Maintenance Guidance, Details & Notes, Typical All Site

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Site Specific City of La Quinta, County of Riverside & CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist within Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Recordings of Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD] Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.14R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

P.18R / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  15 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


SITE PERIMETER LINEAR PARKLAND WATER CONSERVING IRRIGATION   ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 018 of Series Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.18R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Dry Well Hardware & Applicable Drainage Control Apparatus, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.18R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Site-Exterior Off-Site Street Improvements Including Avenue 58 & Madison Street Prior to Construction of SWMP Basin

P.18R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Site Specific City of La Quinta, County of Riverside & CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist within Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.18R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Plan Set Brief Outline & Delineation of Site Management & Course of Construction Clean Work Environment, to Trade Industry Standards

P.18R.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Site Specific CVWD Water Conservation Mandate & Very Low Volumes Irrigation Water Engineering in Support of MAAWA \ EAAWA

P.18R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, Prior to SWMP Improvements, Typical

P.18R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Dry Well Hardware & Applicable Drainage Control Apparatus, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.18R.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with Curb & Gutter & Positive Surface Drainage, SWMP \ BMP& Retention Basin Improvements Standards, Typical

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Irrigation RCV / Sprinkler / Emitter Hardware, Legends, Keys, General Conditions, Notes & Specification Comments

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Scheduled Water Conserving Vegetive Inventory [Trees & Shrubs] & Representational Demand Calculations per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Scheduled Water Conserving Emitter Application [Trees & Shrubs] & Representational Demand Calculations per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Scheduled Water Conserving Bubbler Application [Trees & Shrubs] & Representational Demand Calculations per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Scheduled Water Conserving HOA, Common Public Use & Parklands Area of Irrigation Installation, Notes, Details per City of La Quinta

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Irrigation Systems Hardware, Legends, Keys, General Conditions, Notes & Specification Comments, Typical All Site

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Specific Language Notes Associated with Installation & Site Scheduling of Potable Domestic & HOA Primary Service Water Meters per CVWD

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Automatic Irrigation Remote Control Valve [RCV] [Hunter Mfg], Site Number System & Calculations

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Irrigation Systems Hardware, Legends, Keys, General Conditions, Notes & Specification Comments

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Emitter Hardware [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions, Details & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Granular Aggregate Surface Applications & Prescribed Maintenance Program per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Representational Depiction of HOA & Common Area Automatic Irrigation Controller [Hunter Mfg], Secure Site Placement, Specifications & Details

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Presentation of SWMP Storm Water Retention Basin Dry Well Hardware & Applicable Drainage Control Apparatus, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.18R.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation Coachella Valley Water District Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations, Schedules & Notes, Typical

P.18R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Phase One [1] Display & Prototypical Production Executive Homes & Representational Site Improvements, per City of La Quinta, Typical

P.18R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Installation of Site Perimeter Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fence Segmental Offset Design Element

P.18R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Presentational of General Requirements to Effect Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Cementitious Sidewalk Interconnection to Existing Northerly Project

P.18R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Representational ADA Curvilinear & Gradient Undulating Cementitious Sidewalk & Curb Corner Rampage per Federal Standards

P.18R.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Installation of Site Perimeter Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fence Segmental Offset Design Element

P.18R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Each of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Fully Developed Swimming Pool & Spa Component in Prototypal Production

P.18R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Depiction of Each of Twenty-Eight [28] Executive Homes to Feature Fully Developed Site Securing Swimming Pool & Spa Safety Fencing; Self Closing & Latching

P.18R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

Developer to Substantially Complete Installation of Site Perimeter Architecturally Enhanced, Colorized Stucco Clad CMU Fence Segmental Offset Design Element

P.18R.24.R.ADD.TB.001

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

P.18R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta, County of Riverside & CVWD Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.18R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Site Specific City of La Quinta, County of Riverside & CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist within Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.18R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.18R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.18R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Recordings of Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD] Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.18R.24.R.ADD.BD.001

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

 

 

P.18AR / 24.R.ADD.LQ.CA   ·  TBNC PRESENTATION  16 / 16 [24 MASTER]   ·   NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION   ·   STUDY EXHIBIT ONLY


REPRESENTATIONAL IRRIGATION GENERAL NOTES & DETAILS   ·   PUBLIC AGENCY CONDITIONS APPROVAL

 

TBNC Edgemon Santerra @ La Quinta California USA Approved Site Development Plan Set Exhibits Sheet 018.A of Series Plus Addenda Edgemon

PLAN
KEY

FILE REF. NUMBER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION & IDENTIFICATION

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.RH.001

Site Specific City of La Quinta, County of Riverside & CVWD Requirement Note; No Conflict Shall Exist within Easements and Improvements, Typical All Site

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.RH.002

Specific Plan Note: Under Separate Cover Madison Street Median Improvements, Including Dedicated Left-Turn-Only Queue, Landscape & Irrigation Development

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.BS.001

Plan Set Presentation Associated with SWMP \ BMP \ Drainage & Hydrology Minimum Standards & General Conditions, Prior to SWMP Improvements, Typical

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.BS.002

Plan Set Presentation of Water Conserving Emitter Hardware On Slope Conditions [Hunter Mfg]; Legends, Keys, Descriptions & Notes, per CVWD & City of La Quinta

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.BS.003

Site Specific CVWD Water Conservation Mandate & Very Low Volumes Irrigation Water Engineering in Support of MAAWA \ EAAWA

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.001

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Irrigation & Electrical Control Trenching & Backfill; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Minimum Standards, Typical

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.002

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation DPL 950XLU Double Check Valve; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Minimum Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.003

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation Gate Valve [GV] Assembly; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Minimum Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.004

Plan Set Depiction of Water Conserving Master Automatic Electric Irrigation Controller; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Minimum Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.005

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation Ball Valve [BV] Assembly; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Minimum Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.006

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation Quick Coupler Valve [QCV] Assembly; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.007

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation Bubbler Assembly & Application; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.008

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation Sprinkler Assembly & Application; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.009

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation 12v / 24v Splice Assembly & Application; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.010

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation Remote Control Valve [RCV] Assembly & Application; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.011

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation Emitter / Drip / Filter Remote Control Valve [E.RCV] Assembly & Application; Typical All Site

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.012

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation Emitter Assembly & Application; CVWD, County of Riverside & City of La Quinta Standards,Typical

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.013

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Irrigation Emitter / Drip / Filter Assembly Application & Representational Schedule; Typical All Site

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.014

Plan Set Presentation of Specific Water Conserving Tree Irrigation Emitter / Drip / Filter Assembly Application &Details / Notes; Typical All Site

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.015

Representational Notes HOA & Public Access-Use Landscape & Irrigation General Notes, Specification, Notes & Details per CVWD & City of La Quinta, Typical

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.016

Plan Set Presentation Coachella Valley Water District Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Water Conservation Calculations, Schedules & Notes, Typical

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.GB.017

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.OB.001

Plan Set Presentation of TBNC Site & Landscape Irrigation Engineering Achieved Fifty-Two [52%] Percent Water Conservation per CVWD Minimum Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.OB.002

Plan Set Confirmation; Coachella Valley Water District Certifications & Validations Tract 32225 Fifty-Two [52%] Percent Water Conservation, Typical

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.BD.001

Inventory of Plan Set Revisions, Modifications & Addenda per City of La Quinta, County of Riverside & CVWD Directors of Planning & Engineering

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.BD.002

Plan Depiction of City of La Quinta Community Development & Planning Department Special Project Conditions, Requirements & Development Standards

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.BD.003

Authorship Information and Title of Site Development Plan Generation; TBNC Carlsbad, California USA

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.BD.004

Certification and Identification of Landscape Architect of Record; IDS.CRQ Carlsbad, California  USA

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.BD.005

Recordings of Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD] Project Site Development Improvement Minimum Standards Review & Certification

P.18AR.24.R.ADD.BD.006

City of La Quinta & County of Riverside Approved Series Plan Sheet Index; Twenty-Four Sheets with Revisions, Addenda & Attachments

 

TBNC Edgemon Enclave La Quinta Public Charrette & Presentation Schedule Environmnetal Planning & Site Engineering, Southern California USA Edgemon

 

 


 

 

COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT

CVWD

WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAMS

 

Palm Desert Administration
75-515 Hovley Lane East
Palm Desert  ·  CA 92211

Mailing Address
Coachella Valley Water District
P.O. Box 1058
Coachella  ·  CA  92236

Phone Numbers:      Main Office  760.391.9600     ·     Facsimile  760.398.3190

 

As the Coachella Valley’s domestic customer base expanded, water conservation by residential, homeowner association and business customers has become the focus of the district’s public outreach efforts.

Although only a third of the water in the Coachella Valley is used by residents, homeowner associations and businesses, these urban users can make the biggest impact on overall demand with conservation.

CVWD’s Water Management staff works closely with district customers to help them become more efficient water users and lower their monthly water bills. Since nearly 80% of residential water is used outdoors, all CVWD conservation programs are focused on promoting efficient outdoor water use.

The most common causes of water waste in the Coachella Valley are over watering and leaks.

In 2009, the district switched to a water budget-based tiered rate billing system to curb excess water use and reward water-efficient customers.  A variety of other conservation programs currently are available for residential, HOA and business customers interested in reducing their water use.

The goal of the Coachella Valley Water Management Plan is to reduce urban water use by 20% through conservation by 2020.

 

EVAPOTRANSPIRATION [ETo]

ETo, or Reference Evapotranspiration, is a standard measurement of environmental parameters that affect the water use of plants. ETo is expressed in inches per day, month or year and is an estimate of the evapotranspiration of a large field of four [4"] to seven [7"] inch tall, cool season grass that is well watered.

Coachella Valley Water District [CVWD] uses ETo to calculate water budgets for the tiered rate billing. This is the factor that allows for higher water budgets in the summer and lower budgets in the winter. CVWD’s daily ETo values are derived from the California Irrigation Management Information System [CIMIS] weather station in ETo zone 4. ETo zones 1, 2, 3 and 5 are calculated based on daily readings from the Indio CIMIS station #200.

VISIT
CIMIS California Irrigation Management Information System
Offsite Web Presence

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California Department of Water Resources
Southern District Office
Sergio Fierro
Post Office Box 29068
Glendale  ·  California  91209.9068
818.543.4601   ·  Extension 297

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LA QUINTA TRACT 32225    ·    52% WATER CONSERVATION SUCCESS

REPRESENTATIONAL ETo Chronology Available Online
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EVAPOTRANSPRATION REAL TIME DATA ACCESS
LA QUINTA   ·   CALIFORNIA    ·  USA

Native vegetation on undeveloped lands receives its water supply from precipitation and shallow groundwater. In the area underlain by the Semi-perched aquifer, evapotranspiration [ET] was a significant water loss component in the Lower Valley. As lands were developed for agricultural uses, the amount of ET from native vegetation declined. The installation of drains in the 1950s and 1960s further reduced ET as the water table was lowered.

Further ET reductions occurred in the 1980s and 1990s as increased pumping reduced groundwater levels. Historical ET estimates are presented in Table 3-4 and Figure 3-E. The ET component in 1999 was a relatively small outflow [less than one percent] of the total outflow balance.

This value has generally decreased with time as water levels in the Lower Valley have declined.

 

 

CVWD WATER CONSERVATION STATEMENT

Making every drop count is more than the Coachella Valley Water District slogan, it’s a way of life in the desert!

CVWD's Board of Directors first adopted the Coachella Valley Water Management Plan in 2002. This comprehensive, 35-year blueprint was designed to ensure reliable, affordable water is readily available well into the future. The plan outlines how the valley will achieve this through reductions in customer demand, increases in imported supplies and source substitutions (such as greater use of canal and recycled water for golf courses and large outdoor irrigation).

An updated draft of the plan was completed in December 2010.

Sacramento legislators and the governor passed a law in 2009 requiring all California urban water providers to reduce their water deliveries 20 percent by 2020.

The district’s conservation efforts are focused on three areas: agriculture, urban and golf

As the Coachella Valley’s domestic customer base expanded, water conservation by residential, homeowner association and business customers has become the focus of the district’s public outreach efforts.

Although only a third of the water in the Coachella Valley is used by residents, homeowner associations and businesses, these urban users can make the biggest impact on overall demand with conservation.

CVWD’s Water Management staff works closely with district customers to help them become more efficient water users and lower their monthly water bills. Since nearly 80% of residential water is used outdoors, all CVWD conservation programs are focused on promoting efficient outdoor water use.

The most common causes of water waste in the Coachella Valley are over watering and leaks. In 2009, the district switched to a water budget-based tiered rate billing system to curb excess water use and reward water-efficient customers.  A variety of other conservation programs currently are available for residential, HOA and business customers interested in reducing their water use.

The goal of the Coachella Valley Water Management Plan is to reduce urban water use by 20% through conservation by 2020.

 

 

REPRESENTATIONAL TECHNICAL DATA IN SUPPORT OF SIGNIFICANT WATER CONSERVATION

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COACHELLA VALLEY WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN


Prepared by:
Coachella Valley Water District
Post Office Box 1058   ·  Coachella   ·  California  92236
760.398.2651


Thomas E. Levy
General Manager-Chief Engineer

Steve Robbins
Assistant General Manager

 

Visit CVWD Complete Update Report OFFSITE
www.cvwd.org/news/publicinfo/Update.pdf

 

EXCERPTS IN SUPPORT OF SIGNIFICANT WATER CONSERVATION IN ARID ZONE LANDSCAPE PLANTINGS

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SOURCES OF SITE SUBJECT WATER SUPPLY
COACHELLA VALLEY GROUNDWATER BASIN

Water in the Upper Valley is supplied by several sources including groundwater, surface water [local streams], Canal water, and recycled water [see Figure C].

Lower Valley sources consist primarily of canal water and groundwater with a very small amount of recycled fish farm effluent for agricultural uses [see Figure D].

Canal water refers to Colorado River water supplied via the Coachella Branch of the All American Canal. The service area for canal water delivery under the District's contract with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is defined as Improvement District No. 1 [ID-1].

 

ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES

The environmental resources of the Coachella Valley, including ecology and wildlife, the Salton Sea, and groundwater resources, are briefly described in this section. A full description of the environmental resources is included in the accompanying PEIR, which addresses the environmental resources of the valley and the impacts of the Plan on those resources.

 

GROWING DEMANDS

Demands for water in the Coachella Valley are divided between urban uses [municipal and domestic, industrial, and golf courses] and agricultural uses [crop irrigation, fish farming, greenhouses, and duck clubs].

Municipal and domestic demands are expected to increase at a faster rate than agricultural demands primarily due to population growth. Coachella Valley's population within the study area is projected to increase from 285,000 in 2000 to 414,000 in 2020, and to 529,000 in 2035, a growth of 31 percent and 46 percent, respectively [see Figure E]. Growth will be more rapid in the Lower Valley, where population is projected to nearly double by 2035. Population growth in the Upper Valley is expected to be 76 percent.

The total water demand in 1999 was approximately 669,000 acre-ft/yr, of which 310,000 acreft/ yr [46 percent] was for urban uses and 359,000 acre-ft/yr [54 percent] was for agricultural uses. By the year 2035, the total demand is anticipated to be approximately 891,000 acre-ft/yr, an increase of 25 percent. Urban uses represent about 514,000 acre-ft/yr (58 percent) of the future demand while agricultural uses represent the remaining 377,000 acre-ft/yr [41 percent].

   
 
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URBAN DEMANDS

Historical urban water demands include domestic, golf course, and industrial uses. Each of these components is summarized in Table 3-1. The total urban demand for the basin was approximately 12,200 acre-ft/yr in 1936 and was approximately 310,200 acre-ft/yr in 1999.

In 1936, urban demand constituted approximately 13 percent of the total water demands. Currently, the proportion of urban demand has more than tripled to 46 percent of the total demand.

   
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UPPER VALLEY DEMANDS

Upper Valley demand is projected to increase 36 percent from 224,200 acre-ft/yr in 1999 to 352,300 acre-ft/yr in 2035 [see Figure F] due to population growth and increased golf course use.

 

LOWER VALLEY DEMANDS

Lower Valley demand is projected to increase 17 percent from 444,700 acre-ft/yr in 1999 to 538,300 acre-ft/yr in 2035 [see Figure F] due to population growth and increased golf course use as well as some additional agricultural use.

 

CURRENT CONDITION OF
THE COACHELLA VALLEY GROUNDWATER BASIN

Since the early part of this century, the Coachella Valley has been dependent on groundwater as a source of supply. The demand for groundwater has annually exceeded the limited natural recharge of the groundwater basin. The condition of a groundwater basin in which the outflows [demands] exceed the inflows [supplies] to the groundwater basin is called "overdraft".

The State of California Department of Water Resources Bulletin 160-93 describes overdraft as follows:

"Where the groundwater extraction is in excess of inflow to the groundwater basin over a period of time, the difference provides an estimate of overdraft. Such a period of time must be long enough to produce a record that, when averaged, approximates the long term average hydrologic conditions for the basin."

Bulletin 118-80 defines "overdraft as the condition of a groundwater basin where the amount of water extracted exceeds the amount of groundwater recharging he basin over a period of time." It also defines "critical condition of overdraft" as water management practices that "would probably result in significant adverse overdraft-related environmental, social, or economic effect." Water quality degradation and land subsidence are given examples of two such adverse effects.

 

This overdraft condition or "mining" of the groundwater has caused groundwater levels to decrease more than 60 feet in portions of the Lower Valley and raised concerns about water quality degradation and land subsidence. Groundwater levels in the Upper Valley have also decreased substantially, except in the areas near the Whitewater Spreading Facility where artificial recharge has successfully raised water levels. Continued overdraft will have serious consequences for the Coachella Valley. The immediate and direct effect will be increased groundwater pumping costs for all water users. Wells will have to be deepened, larger pumps will have to be installed, and energy costs will increase as the pump lifts increase. Eventually, the need for deeper wells and larger pumps will have an adverse impact on agriculture and will increase the cost of water for municipalities, resorts, homes, and businesses. Continued decline of groundwater levels could result in a substantial and possibly irreversible degradation of water quality in the groundwater basin.

   
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The calculation of an annual value of overdraft that accounts for all of the components of overdraft is difficult. One method of estimating the overdraft is to look at the net annual change in freshwater storage in the basin. Change in freshwater storage is the difference between the inflows and outflows of the basin, excluding the inflows of poor-quality water [irrigation return flows and Salton Sea water] which are induced by the overdraft. By excluding these inflows, a more accurate approximation of actual annual overdraft is possible.

In 1999, the change in freshwater storage in the Coachella Valley is estimated to be 136,700 acre-ft/yr. The cumulative change in freshwater storage from 1936 to 1999 is estimated to be nearly 4.8 million acre-ft i.e., 4.8 million acre-ft of freshwater was withdrawn from the basin and not replaced. Using freshwater storage as an indicator of overdraft does not account for all aspects of overdraft such as subsidence and other water quality, environmental, social, and economic effects.

 

 

ACTION REQUIRED BY THE COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT

It is clear that the continued decline of groundwater levels and overdraft is unacceptable. The District is charged with providing a reliable, safe water supply to its area of the Valley now and in the future. In order to fulfill its obligations to Valley residents, the District must take action to prevent continuing decline of groundwater levels and degradation of water quality.

A comprehensive water management plan will guide the District in its efforts to prevent groundwater level decline, protect water quality, prevent subsidence, and expand its water conservation programs.

   

CVWD WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN PROCESS

To meet its responsibilities for ensuring that there are adequate water supplies in the future, the District initiated a planning process in the early 1990s. The process initially addressed the Lower Valley, but was expanded to include the entire Coachella Valley in 1995. This Plan is the product of that process.

CVWD GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The goal of the Water Management Plan is to assure adequate quantities of safe, high-quality water at the lowest cost to Coachella Valley water users. To meet this goal, four objectives have been identified:

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PROPOSED CVWD FORMULATION OF PLAN ALTERNATIVES

The District staff and consultants conducted several brainstorming sessions to identify potential water management elements for inclusion in the Plan. Potential elements were considered without regard to cost, potential environmental impact, technical feasibility, or other considerations. Additional input was obtained through public meetings with local Indian tribes, state and federal agencies, regional and local governments, other interested and affected parties, and the public at large resulting in additional potential management elements for consideration.

A detailed description of the element screening and alternative formulation process is contained in Appendix B.

Potential management elements were subsequently organized into six categories: pumping restrictions, demand reduction , local water sources, imported water sources, water management actions, and water quality approaches. Each of the potential management elements was rated based on the element's ability to reduce overdraft, technical feasibility, potential environmental impacts, costs, legal and regulatory factors, and regional economic impacts. Based on these ratings, numerous potential elements were eliminated from further consideration.

 

 

PUBLIC REVIEW AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS

The Plan is subject to review under the California Environmental Quality Act [CEQA]. To comply with CEQA, the District prepared a Program Environmental Impact Report [PEIR] to evaluate the environmental impacts of the Plan and to identify environmental mitigation, as appropriate. The PEIR evaluates a series of actions that are part of one large project and are related either geographically or as parts of a chain of contemplated actions.

There are several advantages to a PEIR. First, it can provide a more detailed consideration of overall effects and alternatives than would be practical for an environmental impact report [EIR] on an individual action. Second, it ensures consideration of cumulative impacts that might be slighted in a project-level EIR. Next, it avoids duplicate consideration of basic policy issues. Fourth, it allows the District to assess broad policy alternatives and program-wide mitigation measures at the beginning of the program, when the District has greater flexibility to deal with basic problems or cumulative impacts.

   

Subsequent activities that are implemented as part of the Plan will be examined in the light of the PEIR to determine whether additional environmental documentation must be prepared.

If a future activity has effects that were not examined in the PEIR, a new initial study will be prepared leading to either a project-specific EIR or a negative declaration. If the District finds that no new effects occur or no new mitigation measures will be required, the District can approve the activity as being within the scope of the project covered by the PEIR, and no new environmental document would be required. If a subsequent EIR or negative declaration is required, the PEIR can be incorporated by reference, and the later document will focus solely on any new effects which had not been considered before.

Agencies responsible for environmental permitting are expected to use the PEIR in their decision-making process for the consideration of permits or approvals within their jurisdictions. Initial contacts with these agencies were made through the Notice of Preparation [NOP] process outlined in the state CEQA guidelines. Recipients of the NOP were notified that a PEIR is being prepared for the proposed project and were given an opportunity to express their concerns and to identify issues to be addressed in the PEIR. The NOP and responses to it are included in an appendix to the PEIR. A public scoping meeting was held on November 29, 1995 to receive oral comments from the public on the contents and level of detail of the PEIR.

 

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The draft PEIR was released to all interested public agencies and individuals for review and comment for a 45-day review period that concluded on August 9, 2002. As part of the public review process, the District held two public hearings on August 5 and 6, 2002 to solicit citizen and agency input. The CVWD Board of Directors certified the Final PEIR on October 8, 2002.

 

WATER EDUCATION

The District's education efforts concentrate on water safety and outside water use. Two certified teachers on staff reach out to thousands of children annually with CVWD's "wise water use" message. A water management specialist on staff works with country clubs, cities, and major developers to encourage the use of water-efficient plants and water-conserving landscape irrigation techniques.

District staff and Eric Johnson, one of California's leading desert landscape experts, developed Lush and Efficient: A Guide to Coachella Valley Landscaping specifically to aid Coachella Valley residents. Newsletters and other printed material promoting the wise use of water are published regularly.

   

The economic base of the Lower Valley was established in the late 19th century by mining and railroading. The development of deep-well drilling techniques advanced the settlement of the Lower Valley, which includes the cities of La Quinta, Indio, and Coachella; and three unincorporated communities, Thermal, Bermuda Dunes, and Mecca. Economical well-drilling methods and pumping machinery reduced the cost of water supply, and farming activities in the Lower Valley expanded rapidly.

 

COACHELLA CANAL COMPLETED IN 1949

Completion of the Coachella Canal by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation [Reclamation] in 1949 resulted in further expansion of irrigated farming.

In 1948, about 23,000 acres were under irrigation. By 1964, irrigated acreage exceeded 50,000 acres [Department of Water Resources 1964], and, in 1999, there were 72,800 irrigated acres [CVWD 1999]. Principal fruit crops are dates, table grapes, grapefruit, lemons and limes, oranges and tangerines, and watermelons. Corn, lettuce, carrots, broccoli, beans, onions, bell peppers, and squash are the principal vegetables.

The Lower Valley also has fish farms and greenhouses, which have located there because warm groundwater in a geothermal area is beneficial to their operations. Agriculture is now the mainstay of the economy in the Lower Valley. In calendar year 1999, the District delivered Coachella Canal water to 72,800 acres with a value of product of $570 million or $7,832 per acre [CVWD 1999]. Most of this production was in the Lower Valley.

 

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In 1992, the gross value per irrigated acre of the Coachella Valley ranked fourth among all projects in the western United States being supplied irrigation water by Reclamation.

Comparisons of the average gross value per acre with other areas in California and the western United States are provided in Table 2-1.

 

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CONCLUSIONS


The Coachella Valley Water Management Plan's goal is to assure adequate quantities of safe, high-quality water at the lowest cost to District water users. If the Plan is to succeed, it must be a living document that is flexible and can be adapted to meet the changing needs of the Coachella Valley.

As management elements are set in place, and results of implementation strategies are quantified, the Plan will be periodically evaluated to determine how well it is meeting the needs of the Valley, to consider new information and opportunities, and if needed to make appropriate adjustments. Along with the Plan, a Program Environmental Impact Report [PEIR] was prepared that fully discusses the social and environmental impacts of the preferred alternative. The CVWD Board certified the PEIR in October 2002.

Public forums and workshops were conducted to obtain input from the general public, taxpayers, water users, local governments, tribal interests, federal and state agencies, and other Colorado River water users. Based on the results of the public review of the Plan and PEIR, the CVWD Board adopted the Plan in October 2002.

Actions needed to ensure that the preferred alternative meets the objectives of the Plan require commitment, consensus, and cooperation from all water users in the Valley. The success of past water management efforts, coupled with implementation of the recommendations in the Coachella Valley Water Management Plan, will allow the Coachella Valley to sustain its vibrant economy and move into the new century with a reliable, affordable, and stable water supply

 

 

52% WATER CONSERVATION ACHIEVED   ·    APPLICABLE CRITERIA PER ORDINANCE NO. 1302.1

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52%  WATER CONSERVATION ACHIEVED

TRACT 32225    ·   123,014 Square Feet Landscape Improvements

 


SCHEDULE
KEY

SCHEDULE IDENTIFICATION

CCF VOLUMES

PERCENTAGE
CONSERVE

MAAWA

Maximum Annual Applied Water Allowance

3,835.18

EAAWA

Estimated Annual Applied Water by Hydrozone

1,859.07

 

 

Estimated Applicable Conservation Methodologies

[1,976.11]

52%

 

 

TRACT 32225  ·  CITY OF LA QUINTA  ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE   ·    CALIFORNIA   ·   USA
WATER CONSERVATION SCHEDULES, CALCULATIONS, METHODOLOGIES & DRAFT FINDINGS
SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION EXHIBIT SERIES  ·  LEAD WATER CONSERVATION AGENCY :  COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT  [CVWD]

TBNC WC.32225 EXHIBIT :  LQ.CVWD.P100.01

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TRACT 32225  ·  CITY OF LA QUINTA  ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE   ·    CALIFORNIA   ·   USA
WATER CONSERVATION SCHEDULES, CALCULATIONS, METHODOLOGIES & DRAFT FINDINGS
SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION EXHIBIT SERIES  ·  LEAD WATER CONSERVATION AGENCY :  COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT  [CVWD]

TBNC WC.32225 EXHIBIT :  LQ.CVWD.P100.02

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TRACT 32225  ·  CITY OF LA QUINTA  ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE   ·    CALIFORNIA   ·   USA
WATER CONSERVATION SCHEDULES, CALCULATIONS, METHODOLOGIES & DRAFT FINDINGS
SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION EXHIBIT SERIES  ·  LEAD WATER CONSERVATION AGENCY :  COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT  [CVWD]

TBNC WC.32225 EXHIBIT :  LQ.CVWD.P100.03

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TRACT 32225  ·  CITY OF LA QUINTA  ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE   ·    CALIFORNIA   ·   USA
WATER CONSERVATION SCHEDULES, CALCULATIONS, METHODOLOGIES & DRAFT FINDINGS
SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION EXHIBIT SERIES  ·  LEAD WATER CONSERVATION AGENCY :  COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT  [CVWD]

TBNC WC.32225 EXHIBIT :  LQ.CVWD.P100.04

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TRACT 32225  ·  CITY OF LA QUINTA  ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE   ·    CALIFORNIA   ·   USA
WATER CONSERVATION SCHEDULES, CALCULATIONS, METHODOLOGIES & DRAFT FINDINGS
SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION EXHIBIT SERIES  ·  LEAD WATER CONSERVATION AGENCY :  COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT  [CVWD]

TBNC WC.32225 EXHIBIT :  LQ.CVWD.P100.05

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TRACT 32225  ·  CITY OF LA QUINTA  ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE   ·    CALIFORNIA   ·   USA
WATER CONSERVATION SCHEDULES, CALCULATIONS, METHODOLOGIES & DRAFT FINDINGS
SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION EXHIBIT SERIES  ·  LEAD WATER CONSERVATION AGENCY :  COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT  [CVWD]

TBNC WC.32225 EXHIBIT :  LQ.CVWD.P100.06

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TRACT 32225  ·  CITY OF LA QUINTA  ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE   ·    CALIFORNIA   ·   USA
WATER CONSERVATION SCHEDULES, CALCULATIONS, METHODOLOGIES & DRAFT FINDINGS
SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION EXHIBIT SERIES  ·  LEAD WATER CONSERVATION AGENCY :  COACHELLA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT  [CVWD]

TBNC WC.32225 EXHIBIT :  LQ.CVWD.P100.07

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REPRESENTATIONAL SPECIMEN TREE SELECTION
TRACT 32225

ARID CONDITIONS & SIGNIFICANT WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAMS

 

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Parkinsonia [Cercidium] Hybrid ‘AZT™’, ‘AZT™’ Thornless hybrid Palo Verde. This thornless Palo Verde hybrid exhibits qualities found in Palo Brea, Blue and Mexican Palo Verde. The canopy is lush green and provides ample shade. The characteristics that set this ‘AZT™’ clone apart from seed selections are distinctive rich, green trunks and branches that, similar to the Palo Brea, remain smooth as they mature, the absence of thorns, semi-evergreen growth and brilliant yellow flowers that appear abundantly in spring and intermittently during the summer months.

   
   
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Chilopsis linearis ‘AZT™ Bi-Color’, ‘AZT™ Bi-Color’ Desert Willow. The ‘AZT™ Bi-Color’ produces abundant blooms during the growing season against a canopy of narrow, weepy, deep green leaves making the tree a colorful and striking addition to the landscape. The floral characteristic that sets this ‘AZT™’ clone apart from seed selections are burgundy colored petals contrasting with a pink throat.

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The introduction of the ‘Desert Museum’ to the landscape market in 1987 encouraged other landscape professionals to look for other Parkinsonia [Cercidium] hybrids that exhibited phenotypes that would expand the desert landscape palette.

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Parkinsonia[Cercidium] Hybrid 'AZT™', a thornless Palo Verde hybrid, exhibits qualities found in Palo Brea, Blue and Mexican Palo Verde.

The canopy provides ample shade with lush, green leaves.

Trees are thornless and produce brilliant yellow flowers abundantly in spring and intermittently during the summer months and occasionally in the fall. Similar to the Palo Brea, the branches and trunks of the Parkinsonia [Cercidium] Hybrid 'AZT™' remain a smooth lime green as they mature. Branches are arranged in a graceful candelabra form. The orientation and angles of branches are also reminiscent of Palo Brea making the trees excellent single specimens, theme trees, street and perimeter planting and can be dramatically up-lit at night. 

Tiny leaflets generate minimal leaf litter that easily vanish into most rock surface mulches. These highly divided leaves produce a canopy that it lush yet airy and provides filtered shade that promotes flowering of under-story shrubs and groundcovers.

Both 'Desert Museum' and C. Hybrid 'AZT™' are effective and dramatic accent or "focal point" specimen trees, ideal for streetscape and parking lot plantings or anywhere a desert look and filtered shade are needed.

Arid Zone Trees propagates 'Desert Museum' with the guidance and permission of the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Parkinsonia [Cercidium] Hybrid 'AZT™' is propagated and available exclusively from Arid Zone Trees. 

   
   

 

 

 

 

TREE PALETTE & PRECISE SELECTION SCHEDULE
COMMON AREAS & AREAS OF HOA MAINTENANCE
TRACT 32225    ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

 

PLAN SHEET CODE

CONTAINER
SIZE

BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON PLANT NAME

CVWD WATER
CONSERVING

48B.CERC.FLOR.MT

48" Box

Cercidium floridum Multi-Trunk Select Specimen

Blue Palo Verde - Special Selection

YES

36B.CERC.FLOR.MT

36" Box

Cercidium floridum Multi-Trunk Select Specimen

Blue Palo Verde- Special Selection

YES

36B.CERC.HYB.DM

36" Box

Cercidium var. hybrid MT "Desert Museum" Specimen

Desert Museum "Thornless" Palo Verde

YES

24B.ACA.SALIC.STD

24" Box

Acacia salicina - Standard

Willow Acacia - Select Standard

YES

24B.ACA.SMALL.MLT

24" Box

Acacia smallii - Multi-Trunk Specimen

Sweet Acacia - Select Multi-Trunk

YES

24B.ACA.STEN.STD

24" Box

Acacia stenophylla  - Standard

Shoe String Acacia - Select Standard

YES

24B.CERC.FLOR.MT

24" Box

Cercidium floridum Multi-Trunk Specimen

Blue Palo Verde - Special Selection

YES

24B.CERC.HYB.DM

24" Box

Cercidium var. hybrid MT "Desert Museum" Specimen

Desert Museum "Thornless" Palo Verde

YES

24B.CHIL.LIN.MLT

24" Box

Chilopsis linearis -Multi-Trunk Specimen

Desert Willow - Multi-Trunk Select Specimen

YES

24B.DAL.SISS.STD

24" Box

Dalbergia sissoo - Standard Specimen

Sissoo Tree - Standard Select Specimen

YES

24B.TIP.TIP.STD

24" Box

Tipuana tipu - Production Standard

Tipu Tree  - Production Industry Standard

Somewhat

15G.ACA.ANA.MULG

15-Gallon

Acacia aneura "Mulga"  - Mid-Branching

Evergreen Mulga Acacia - Mid-Branching

YES

15G.ACA.SALIC.STD

15-Gallon

Acacia salicina - Standard

Willow Acacia - Industry Standard

YES

15G.ACA.SMALL.MLT

15-Gallon

Acacia smallii - Multi-Trunk

Sweet Acacia - Multi-Trunk Industry Production

YES

15G.ACA.STEN.STD

15-Gallon

Acacia stenophylla  - Standard

Shoe String Acacia - Standard

YES

15G.CERC.FLOR.MT

15-Gallon

Cercidium floridum Multi-Trunk

Blue Palo Verde - Mult-Trunk Production Stock

YES

15G.CERC.HYB.DM

15-Gallon

Cercidium var. hybrid MT "Desert Museum"

Desert Museum "Thornless" Palo Verde

YES

15G.CHIL.LIN.MLT

15-Gallon

Chilopsis linearis -Multi-Trunk

Desert Willow - Multi-Trunk  - Production Stock

YES

15G.DAL.SISS.STD

15-Gallon

Dalbergia sissoo - Standard

Sissoo Tree - Standard - Production Stock

YES

15G.RHU.STD

15-Gallon

Rhus lancea Standard

African Sumac  Standard - Production Stock

YES

15G.TIP.TIP.STD

15-Gallon

Tipuana tipu - Production Standard

Tipu Tree  - Standard - Production Stock

YES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL TREE PALETTE & PRECISE SELECTION SCHEDULE
PROTOYPICAL HOME COMPLEX & PRIVATE HOME FRONT YARDS PLANTING
TRACT 32225    ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

 

PLAN SHEET CODE

CONTAINER
SIZE

BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON PLANT NAME

CVWD WATER
CONSERVING

15G.BEA.REC

15-Gallon

Beaucarnea recurvata

Bottle Palm

YES

24B.CHAM.HUM

24" Box

Chamaerops humilus

Mediterranean Fan Palm

YES

15G.DAS.ACR

15-Gallon

Dasylirion wheeleri

Toothless Spoon

YES

24B.JAC.ACUT

24" Box

Jacaranda mimosifolia [acutifolia]

Jacaranda - Standard Industry Production

Somewhat

24B.PHX.ROE

24" Box

Phoenix roebelenii

Pigmy Date Palm

YES

24B.QUE.AG.STD

24" Box

Quercus agrifolia Standard

Coast Live Oak - Standard Industry Production

YES

15G.YUC.WHIP

15-Gallon

Yucca pendula

Blue Grey Softer Tip Yucca

YES

 

 

 

 

FOUNDATION SHRUBBERIES PALETTE & PRECISE SELECTION SCHEDULE
COMMON AREAS & AREAS OF HOA MAINTENANCE
TRACT 32225    ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

 

PLAN SHEET CODE

CONTAINER
SIZE

BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON PLANT NAME

CVWD WATER
CONSERVING

BAC.SAR.1G

1-Gallon

Baccharis sarothroides

Desert Broom

YES

BO.RED.5G

5-Gallon

Bougainvillea nyctaginacea Prostrate

Prostrate La Jolla Red Bougainvillea

Somewhat

CA.CA.5G

5-Gallon

Calliandra californica

Baja Fairy Duster

Somewhat

CA.PUL.5G

5-Gallon

Caesalpinia [Poinciana] pulcherrima Dwarf

Dwarf Bird of Paradise

Somewhat

DA.LON.5G

5-Gallon

Dasylirion longissimum

Toothless Spine

YES

DA.LON.WH.15G

15-Gallon

Dasylirion wheeleri

Desert Spoon

YES

DA.LON.WH.5G

5-Gallon

Dasylirion wheeleri

Desert Spoon

YES

HE.PAR.5G

5-Gallon

Hesperaloe parviflora

Yellow Yucca

YES

ILEX.VOM.5G

5-Gallon

Ilex vomitoria "nana"

Dwarf Yaupon

YES

LA.MON.5G

5-Gallon

Lantana montevidensis "New Gold"

New Gold Lantana Creeper

YES

LEU.CAN.5G

5-gallon

Leucophyllum candidum

Siverleaf Ranger

YES

LEU.FRUT.5G

5-Gallon

Leucophyllum frutescens

Texas Ranger

YES

LEU.LAE.5G

5-Gallon

Leucophyllum laevigatum

Chihuahuan Rain Sage

YES

LEU.PRU.5G

5-Gallon

Leucophyllum prunosum

Sierra Bouquet

YES

MU.CAP.1G

1-Gallon

Muhlenbergia capillaris

Regal Mist

YES

NA.DOM.FP.5G

5-Gallon

Nandina domestica compacta "Fire Power"

Dwarf heavenly Bamboo "Fire Power"

Somewhat

PH.CRA.5G

5-Gallon

Photinia fraserii

Fraser's Red Photinia

Somewhat

PYR.GRAB.STK.5G

5-Gallon

Pyracantha graberi "Staked"

Firethorn - Secured to Wire Guides

Somewhat

RH.IND.MB.5G

5-Gallon

Raphiolepsis indica "Majestic Beauty"

Majestic Beauty Indian Hawthorne

Somewhat

TE.CAP.5G

5-Gallon

Tecomeria capensis

Cape Honeysuckle

Somewhat

XYL.CON.5G

5-Gallon

Xylosma congestum compacta

Compact Xylosma

Somewhat

 

 

 

TOPICAL.1G

1-Gallon

Topical Seasonal & Festive

Designer's Selection Festive Seasonal Color

NO

         
         

 

ADDITIONAL SHRUBBERIES PALETTE & PRECISE SELECTION SCHEDULE
PROTOYPICAL HOME COMPLEX & PRIVATE HOME FRONT YARDS PLANTING
TRACT 32225    ·  COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE

 

PLAN SHEET CODE

CONTAINER
SIZE

BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON PLANT NAME

CVWD WATER
CONSERVING

AG.AF.PP.5G

5-Gallon

Agapanthus africanus "Peter Pan"

Peter Pan Lily of the Nile

Somewhat

AG.AT.15G

15-Gallon

Agave attenuatta

Glossy Century Plant - Specific Selection

YES

AG.AT.5G

5-Gallon

Agave attenuatta

Glossy Century Plant

YES

AL.SAP.5G

5-Gallon

Aloe saponaria

Soap Aloe

YES

CAL.TWE.5G

5-Gallon

Calliandra Ineq. var. x tweedii

Brazilian Flame Bush

Somewhat

CYC.REV.15G

15-Gallon

Cycus revoluta

Sago Palm

YES

DIE.BIC.1G

1-Gallon

Dietes bicolor

African Fortnight Lily

Somewhat

FEI.SEL.5G

5-Gallon

Feijoa sellowiana

Pineapple Guava

Somewhat

FES.GLA.1G

1-Gallon

Festuca glauca [cinerea]

Common Blue Fescue

YES

FOU.SPLEN.15G

15-Gallon

Fouquieria splendins

Desert Ocotillo - Specific Selection

YES

HEM.MIX.1G

1-Gallon

Hemerocallis var. hybrids mixed

Day Lily - Designer's Selection

Somewhat

HIB.ROS.5G

5-Gallon

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis mixed

Tropical Hibiscus - Designer's Selection

NO

ILEX.WIL.5G

5-Gallon

Ilex x. altaclerenensis "Wilsonii"

Wilson Holly

NO

LIL.MUS.1G

1-Gallon

Liriope muscari "Improved"

Rock Lily - Improved Varieties

Somewhat

MAN.BOL.5G

5-Gallon

Mandevilla boliviensis

Bolivian Mandevilla

NO

NAN.DOM.Co.5G

5-Gallon

Nandina domestica "dwarf varieties"

Dwarf Heavenly Bamboo

Somewhat

PIT.TOB.WH.5G

5-Gallon

Pittosporum tobira "Wheeler's Dwarf"

Wheeler's Dwarf Mock Orange

NO

RAPH.OVA.5G

5-Gallon

Raphiolepis ovata "dwarf"

White Flower Indian Hawthorne

Somewhat

ROS.OFF.1G

1-Gallon

Rosmariensis officinalis

Dew of the Sea Rosemary

YES

SAL.AP.1G

1-Gallon

Salvia apiana

California White Sage

YES

SAL.DOR.1G

1-Gallon

Salvia dorrii

Desert Sage

YES

STEN.THU.15G

15-Gallon

Stenocereus [Lemaireocereus thuberi]

Organ Pipe Cactus - Specific Selection

YES

STE.REG.15G

15-Gallon

Strelitzia reginae

California Bird of Paradise

Somewhat

TRACH.JAS.5G

5-Gallon

Trachelospermum [Rhincospermum] jasminoides

Star Jasmine

NO

TRACH.JAS.1G

1-Gallon

Trachelospermum [Rhincospermum] jasminoides

Star Jasmine

YES

 

 

 

REGIONAL VENDORS & ARID CONDITIONS AVAILABLITY
REPRESENTATIONAL SPECIMEN TREE SELECTION
TRACT 32225

ARID CONDITIONS & SIGNIFICANT WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAMS

 

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78600 Darby Road
Bermuda Dunes   ·  California   92203
760.345.5859  Office   ·   760.345.8610  Facsimile

 

California Desert Nursery, Inc. [CDN] is a family owned and operated wholesale growers of quality landscape plants, founded in 1982 by Phil and Yvonne Furnari. 

CDN welcomes all landscapers and landscape contractors to purchase with a valid license. CDN follows a strict wholesale policy and if you are not a landscaper, you are welcome to visit only when your landscaper is present with you.

CDN goes to great measures to assure our clients that they are getting the best material available.

CDN maintains a regular maintenance programs to control any pests and weeds that may be in the area. Each plant is properly cared for to maintain it's natural growth and beauty to present an exceptional product.

A large majority of CDN plants are propagated in greenhouses from cuttings and seeds from our own "mother stock" to assure properly identified plants.

CDN also sell different varieties of palms and trees that are acclimated to the desert such as the Phoenix roebelenii, which are grown by permission of the Riverside County Agricultural Department.

For a list of items in stock, please click here. There are hundreds of varieties of plants that are able to grow and survive in the desert with proper care. CDN tries to keep most of those plants in stock with exception of a few that are brought from outside the Coachella Valley. If you are looking for plants currently not available in stock, we may be able to special order them..

Thank you for choosing California Desert Nursery, Inc. We look forward to doing business with you soon!

 

 

 

RANDY G. MYERS and NURSERY

Wholesale Distributor of premium quality specimen trees, agaves and cactus specifically adapted to the California deserts.

Mailing Address:

74-773 Joni Drive, Suite 4   Palm Desert, California  92260

Nursery Location:

21100 Hot Springs Road    Sky Valley, California  92241

Nursery Telephone:

760.329.8757

Facsimile:

760.329.8784

Cellular Contact:

760.776.4834

Email Address: 

email@rgmnurseries.com

   

 

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Mailing Address
Post Office Box 167
Queen Creek  ·  Arizona  85142

ARID ZONE TREES

www.aridzonetrees.com

Dedicated to providing quality trees to
the Landscape Industry
that are appropriate to the Desert Southwest

 

Arid Zone Trees, Quality and the “New Normal”   

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The popular phrase, “the new normal,” seems to strongly imply that we should lower our expectations about an array of aspects of our work and personal lives. That, given the economic conditions we are living through, one would be foolish to continue to expect the same levels of quality and service we have traditionally expected from our purchases and that business owners would be irresponsible to try to meet old expectations. It would be naïve, and frankly impossible, for anyone to ignore our current business climate, especially in the Southwest. That said, quality is not a fashion and professional service should never be negotiable.

For almost three decades, Arid Zone Trees [AZT] has built a reputation on providing quality desert-adapted trees, professional service and innovation to the landscape design and construction communities. We set these standards for ourselves and they have always served us well.

Quality: We continuously evaluate, scrutinize and rotate inventory on the basis of form, branch structure and caliper size relative to box size. Our pruning and Root Management programs are active and remain fully implemented.  Overgrown, root compromised trees have no more place in our inventory than they do in your landscape projects.

Professional Service:  If you haven’t already had the opportunity to work with our staff, we hope to have the pleasure to work with you on your next project. Kevin Salamandra brings more than 30 years of experience in horticultural professions having managed his own landscape construction/maintenance company and for the last 25 years overseen operations and production at AZT. Todd Power, with a Masters Degree in Business Agriculture, has an intimate, hands-on knowledge of our inventory having professionally assisted our customers with tree selection for the last 16 years.  For the last 8 years, Justin Morrow has ably assisted our customers. Justin is a Desert Botanical Garden, Certified Desert Landscaper and has a certification from the ISA, as a Certified Arborist. After a brief absence, Ed Mulrean, Ph.D. [plant pathology], has rejoined our staff as Director of Marketing and brings with him his academic and practical experience in an array of horticultural and botanical areas. We have always emphasized professional service through our newsletter, Arid Zone Times, and by making our staff available to assist you, in real time, to address your questions and respond to your challenges.

Innovations:Variety ‘AZT’ has been, and remains, the centerpiece of our inventory. From the beginning we recognized that the route to producing high quality, uniform, desert-adapted landscape trees would require vegetative [clonal] propagation. The greatest challenge is to select “Mother” trees that possess the desired physical and horticultural qualities, and bring them into production. That process remains very active and ongoing. AZT continues to introduce new clonal additions to Variety ‘AZT’ including Seedless Hybrid Mesquite, Sweet Acacia, Desert Willow ‘Dora’s Desert Rose’, and Native Mesquite. Also in our production pipeline are four [4] new unique Thornless Hybrid Palo Verde selections.

For a complete summary of Variety ‘AZT,’ visit our website www.aridzonetrees.com and select the tab “Variety AZT.”

For AZT and our customers the “new normal” remains the old normal. Within a few weeks the weather will cool and it will be a perfect time to come tour AZT, enjoy our garden and see our inventory first hand. To arrange a visit please contact Kevin at 480.987.9094 or Ed at 480.318.9425.

We look forward to seeing you.

Ed Mulrean, PhD., Editor

Physical Address:  9750 East Germann Road, Mesa, Arizona
Nursery Phone:  480.987.9094
Facsimile:   480.987.9092

Southern California Wholesale Distributor:  Randy G. Myers and Nursery              Website:   www.rgmandnurseries.com

 

 

 

 CITY OF LA QUINTA REPRESENTATIONAL MINIMUM STANDARDS
FULLY LANDSCAPED & IMPROVED ON-SITE STORMWATER RETENTION BASIN AS RECREATIONAL COMPONENT

 

 

STORMWATER RETENTION BASIC DESIGN CRITERIA

Retention basin design shall follow these guidelines. The City of La Quinta Engineering Bulletin 97-03 has been superseded by this City of La Quinta Engineering  Bulletin 06- 16. Design criteria include:

• For design purposes, the design storm shall be the 100-year storm event that produces the most volume reaching the retention basin. Runoff/retention calculations shall be prepared utilizing Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Hydrology Manual guidance to calculate the required retention capacity for each of the following storm events: 1 hour, 3 hour, 6 hour and 24 hour storms. Typical retention basin volumes are 0.12 acre-ft per acre for residential subdivisions and 0.19 acre-ft per acre for commercial developments.

• The maximum allowable water depth of a retention basin when the design storm is contained is five (5) ft, excluding freeboard. Retention basins deeper than 6-ft are not allowed, unless the depth of the basin was clearly specified on a document that was presented to the Planning Commission and/or City Council during the public hearing when the project received its entitlement.

• Retention basins deeper than 6 ft are not permitted in un-gated communities. Furthermore, retention basins deeper than 6 ft shall have eight (8) ft wide level terraced benches around the entire perimeter of the basin located at water surface contours where the water is 5, 10 and 15 ft deep, as applicable. In no event shall the maximum water depth exceed nineteen (19) ft deep in any location when the 100-year storm is contained. Retention basins irrespective of depth shall have a five (5) ft wide level bench located one (1) foot above the 100 year water surface level around the entire perimeter of the basin.

• The retention basin should be capable of percolating the entire 100-year storm retention capacity in less than 72 hours. Projects incapable of draining the 100 year storm within 72 hours will be reviewed by the City for enhancement options to promote drainage conveyance. Maxwell Plus drywell injection rates should be assumed to equal 0.1 cfs per drywell for the 72 hour retention basin percolation calculation with a standard design separation of 200 ft between drywells or per a specific geotechnical location recommendation. A higher long term volumetric flow rates (up to 0.25 cfs) can be used if approved by the City Engineer. In this case, please submit a report of a long term (24 hour) injection rate test of the actual drywell. Injection rates for alternative drywell designs shall be estimated by a qualified, California licensed Geotechnical or Civil Engineer and submitted for City Engineer review and approval. One (1) foot of freeboard above 100 year water surface elevation to the basin rim and to the adjacent building pads (including a surface overflow route) shall be provided when the 100 year storm is contained or alternatively, provide a 500 year storm analysis. The one-foot 100 year freeboard requirement is a minimum value. Freeboard is defined as the elevation differential between the 100-year water surface elevation and the retention basin overflow spillway elevation.

• The maximum allowable side slope is 3:1.

• A maintenance access ramp with a maximum 15% slope shall be provided from the nearest street to the retention basin bottom. Signage indicating not a pedestrian ramp is required. The ramp shall be located at the nearest street to the retention basin bottom. The ramp width shall be a minimum of 15 ft. Recorded CC&Rs shall provide for perpetual storm system maintenance.

• A nuisance water device shall be installed in the bottom of each retention basin, pursuant to site specific geotechnical engineering  recommendations.

• The retention basin shall be landscaped (as approved by the Planning Department) and properly irrigated.

• All areas of publicly maintained retention basins shall be visible from the adjacent street.

• The percolation rate for a retention basin bottom shall be considered zero unless a site specific percolation test is performed (per Item 8 of this Bulletin) and test results are approved by the City. The maximum allowable percolation rate is two (2) inches per hour.

• An emergency overflow route shall be provided. Overflow routes may include historical surface flows with an offsite drainage acceptance  agreement as applicable (preferred), surface flows to a City arterial street, gravity piping to the historical flow route, gravity piping to an arterial street or 500 year storm retention.

 

 

 

REPRESENTATIONAL SWMP DRYWELL INSTALLATION
FULLY LANDSCAPED & IMPROVED ON-SITE STORMWATER RETENTION BASIN AS RECREATIONAL COMPONENT

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Since 1974, over 50,000 patented MaxWell Systems have proven their value as a cost-effective solution in a wide variety of drainage applications. They are accepted by state and municipal agencies and are a standard detail in numerous drainage manuals.

Industry research, together with the company’s own experience, has shown that initial storm drainage flows have the greatest impact on system performance and can quickly cut short a system’s life by clogging the soils meant to transmit the water. This “first flush” occurs during the first few minutes of runoff and carries the majority of sediment and debris. As a result, the effect on most drainage systems is rigorous maintenance and premature failure.

The introduction of the MaxWell brought an end to life-expectancy problems and minimized the need for maintenance. Preliminary treatment in all MaxWells is provided through collection and separation in a deep, large volume settling chamber. PureFlo Debris Shields ensure containment by trapping floating debris and pavement oils. The shields are equipped with a screen to filter suspended matter and are vented to prevent siphoning of floating debris.

Each chamber is equipped with an absorbent sponge to promptly remove pavement oils. These floating pillow-like devices are 100% water repellent and literally wick petrochemical compounds from the water. Each sponge has a capacity of over 120 ounces to accommodate effective, long-term treatment. The absorbent is completely inert and will safely remove rainbow sheens, which are typically one molecule thick.

All MaxWell Systems include bolted, theft-resistant, cast iron gratings and covers as standard security features. Special inset casting which are resistant to loosening from accidental impact are available for use in landscaped applications. Machined mating surfaces and “Storm Water Only” working are standard.

Equally important to long life and performance is the care taken in drilling the drywell and installing the components. At least ten feet of penetration with a large, 4-foot diameter hole into the permeable clay-free sand, gravel and cobbles is vital. Torrent’s specially designed, “crowd”-equipped drilling rigs get through the difficult cemented soils to reach clean drainage soils at depths up to 180 feet. Additionally, the firm’s proprietary techniques assure that soils will stay clean from the drilling operation through normal well operation.

 

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REPRESENTATIONAL CITY OF LA QUINTA SPECIFICATIONS & GENERAL CONDITIONS

Retention Basin Nuisance Water Handling Drywells for nuisance water dissipation are utilized in most retention basins conditional on the site having an acceptably deep water table. Drywells for retention basins must penetrate a minimum of 10 ft. into suitable permeable strata and must utilize the Maxwell Plus design or equal. The final depth of the drywell must be above the top of the water table. Small commercial projects may utilize the Maxwell IV drywell design or equal. A single family residential home may utilize a specialized limited depth drywell design as approved by the City Engineer. A geotechnical opinion stating the allowable and specific casing design of the drywell should be provided to the City for approval.

The use of drywells and sand filters shall be determined by the infiltration testing (see below). Generally, sand filters can only be used in areas of homogenous sand deposits, which are typically found in north La Quinta. Conversely, field experience has shown that historical lake bed areas or equal lithologies are found in south La Quinta (south of Highway 111). These historical lake bed areas would most typically obtain low infiltration rate results. Additionally, shallow silt lenses may be found throughout the City of La Quinta. Silt lenses or lake bed areas generally preclude natural percolation as well as the use of sand filters. Sand filters are, in general, being phased out of La Quinta nuisance water handling systems. If utilized, sand filter designs shall follow the City of La Quinta Standard 370. Well site blow off retention must be handled within a separate nuisance water retention system.

• Well site retention shall be capable of handling a minimum of 120,000 gallons. Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD) may allow for installation of a nuisance well site blow off retention basin within the well site perimeter if sufficient area and land dedication is available. All nuisance water shall be retained on site.

• The filtering system shall be able to contain surges of up to 3 gph/1,000 sq. ft. and infiltrate 5 gpd / 1,000 sq ft. The square footage is based on landscape area.

• Drywell infiltration rate testing shall be based on the report entitled "Riverside County Department of Health - Waste Disposal for Homes, Commercial, and Industry". This report identifies the drywell test method which can be used in any location. Drywells may not be installed beyond a depth that intersects a water table. The final depth of the drywell must be above the top of the water table.

• Sand filter infiltration rate testing should use field double ring infiltrometer ASTM D3385-09 (sand lithology) or ASTM D5093-02 (clay lithology). Please see the published report and procedure for each ASTM method. City acceptance of this testing will be based on boring logs showing homogenous coarse sand or gravel deposits with a continuous depth of 10 ft or more below the bottom of retention basin. If test shows acceptable percolation, but the borings show non coarse deposits (silts or clay), then drywell use is recommended.

 

 

REPRESENTATIONAL SWMP DRYWELL INSTALLATION
SITE SELECTIVE INCIDENTAL STORMWATER FLOW MANAGEMENT

REPRESENTATIONAL MANUFACTURER
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A dry well is an underground structure that disposes of unwanted water, most commonly stormwater runoff, by dissipating it into the ground, where it merges with the local groundwater. Often called a soakaway in other countries.

 

 

REPRESENTATIONAL DRY WELL HARDWARE APPLICATION

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A dry well is a passive structure. Water flows through it under the influence of gravity. A dry well receives water from one or more entry pipes or channels at its top.

A dry well discharges the same water through a number of small exit openings distributed over a larger surface area, the side(s) and bottom of the dry well. When a dry well is above the water table, most of its internal volume will contain air. Such a dry well can accept an initial inrush of water very quickly, until the air is displaced. After that, the dry well can only accept water as fast as it can dissipate water. Some dry wells deliberately incorporate a large storage capacity, so that they can accept a large amount of water very quickly and then dissipate it gradually over time, a method that is compatible with the intermittent nature of rainfall.

A dry well maintains the connection between its inflow and outflow openings by resisting collapse and resisting clogging.

 

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Simple dry wells consist of a pit filled with gravel, riprap, rubble, or other debris. Such pits resist collapse, but do not have much storage capacity because their interior volume is mostly filled by stone. A more advanced dry well defines a large interior storage volume by a reinforced concrete cylinder with perforated sides and bottom. These dry wells are usually buried completely, so that they do not take up any land area. The dry wells for a parking lot's storm drains are usually buried below the same parking lot.

A French drain can resemble a dry well that is not covered. A covered dry well that disposes of sewage is called a cesspool, while an open pit that receives storm water and dissipates it into the ground is called a recharge basin or infiltration basin.

REPRESENTATIONAL INSTALLATION APPLICATION

 

 

CLASS V STORMWATER DRAINAGE MANAGEMENT

Class V storm water drainage wells manage surface water runoff [rainwater or snow melt] by placing it below the ground surface. They are typically shallow disposal systems designed to infiltrate storm water runoff below the ground surface. Storm water drainage wells may have a variety of designs and may be referred to by other names including dry wells, bored wells, and infiltration galleries. The names may be misleading so it is important to note that a Class V well by definition is any bored, drilled, or driven shaft, or dug hole that is deeper than its widest surface dimension, or an improved sinkhole, or a subsurface fluid distribution system[(an infiltration system with piping to enhance infiltration capabilities.

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STORM WATER DRAINAGE BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
SWMP - BMP CALIFORNIA

Best Management Practices [BMPs] are physical, structural, and /or managerial practices that prevent or reduce the contamination of USDWs.  The proper design and siting of a storm water drainage well minimizes the likelihood of accidental or routine contamination resulting from either poor operational practices or misuse. 

There are five [5] general categories of BMPs for storm water drainage well BMPs, which can be implemented alone or in combination. 

The five general categories relate to:  [1] siting, [2] design, [3] operation and maintenance, [4] education and outreach, and [5] proper closure, plugging and abandonment. 

The appropriateness and effectiveness of BMPs vary according to the type, design, setting, and operation of the well.

Consult your permitting authority for additional information and to learn about any location-specific BMPs.

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ENERGI ©
Total Body Fitness System

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Train to be the best you can be. That’s the principle behind ENERGI, the total body fitness system designed to make personal fitness a priority in your community.

Developed for ages 13 and up, ENERGI combines functional fitness and body-weight training to deliver a synergistic workout that connects all five of the body’s major anatomical systems and exercises nearly all of its 206 bones and 600 muscles.

Each of the five stations offers three levels of intensity and 24 exercises, so that everyone from beginners to fitness buffs can custom-build a progressive workout regimen that pushes them to their personal best.

ENERGI’s Mobile Personal Trainer Technology

Introducing the Mobile Personal Trainer, a revolutionary new smartphone technology that lets user’s access free ENERGI instructional exercise videos – one video for each of the 120 exercises - and workout tips directly on their mobile device. It’s like having a personal trainer on call, 24/7, right in your pocket.

 

 

REPRESENTATIONAL ENERGI © FITNESS SYSTEM EXERCISE STATIONS & INFORMATIONAL SIGNAGE

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RESEARCH PROGRAM EXCERPTS

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ENERGI SYSTEM INTRODUCTION

The ENERGI® product line is an outdoor exercise product line comprised of 5 stations that together include 120 exercises divided into three skill levels. The system is built on a philosophy of multi-joint, multi plane, whole-body exercises that combine body weight training and functional fitness to create a progressive workout routine.

This study suggests that this product line is effective in building strength, speed and flexibility in users. The average participant increased their upper body strength by 35%, improved their leg strength by 34.5%, sprinting speed by 6%, their abdominal strength as measured in full sit-ups by 34.7% and improved their flexibility by an inch in a sit and reach test.
The average participant gained just over a pound of body weight over the five week test period.

When we look at the average improvement across all tests in the study we find that the more fit someone was (fitness experience) the lower their overall average improvement percentage was likely to be. It's easier to make big progress early in an exercise program than later.

 

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TEST & SAMPLE DESCRIPTION

1. The study was conducted at the Danville Area Community Center in Danville, Pennsylvania. The participants used the equipment between September 14 – October 16, with testing occurring immediately before and after those dates.

2. The pre-testing and post-testing took place in an indoor environment. Participants were monitored by testers as they completed the test. Every participant except two completed the test in one visit.

3. The participants were instructed to add usage of ENERGI to their exercise regimen, otherwise changing as little as possible in their routines. The one exception was diet. On that subject the participants received email messages encouraging them to consider what they were eating.

4. Sample

a. 50 people committed to using ENERGI for five weeks, three times a week.
b. Gender and age:

i. 32 females and 18 males were registered for the program.
ii. Most age groups were represented in the sample, with people in their 30s representing 30% of the total.

c. Experience level:

Almost all the participants were known to the program coordinators. Based on that knowledge the coordinators assigned the individual an experience rating consistent with what they believe was the person's exercise regimen entering the study.

Over 40% [21 people] were placed in the High Experience category. This meant they were frequent gym users, were known to run frequently, take part in competitive races or the equivalent.

 

 

 

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NOTES TO STUDY COMPLETION RATES


Twenty [20] people did not complete a post-test.

These participants were 45% male, but since males only comprised 35% of the subjects who had signed up, a higher percentage of males than females did not post-test.

This does not necessarily mean they did not complete the five [5] week program. Available time was cited by more than 50% of this group as the issue that prevented them from either completing the program or attending the post-test. Other issues included illness, injuries not related to the system and loss of interest.

 

 

 
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OTHER STUDY COMMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SAMPLE


The average participant was a female in her late 30s with an average to high level of exercise experience.

The youngest participants were 11 year old triplets, the oldest were a 72 year old couple.

No racial categorization was recorded.

 

 

STUDY OBSERVATIONS

The following observations are based on comparisons between pre and post data of 30 people, 21 females and 9 males.

Upper Body Strength

The measures in our study that deal with upper body strength are the push-up, the sit-up, the static hang, and the pull-up.

• Push-up: All Subjects were given a choice of knee push-ups or toe push-ups. Both versions required the subject to touch a 4" block beneath their chest on the down stroke. Maximum # performed in 1 minute.

• Static Hang: The subject is required to grasp a bar above their head, palms facing inward and pull their chin above the bar. The clock then starts, and is stopped when the chin falls below the bar.

• Pull-up: With the subject's palms facing outward they pull themselves up until their chin is equal to the height of the bar, or above. Maximum # performed in one minute.

52% of the post-tested females were not able to perform any portion of a pull-up in their pre-test and the average pre-test pull-up for females as a whole was 0.5. In the post-test 2 women could not perform any portion of a pull-up, while post-tested females as group generated an average pull-up of 1.4 repetitions.

Average upper body results for entire sample, # reps unless otherwise stated.

 

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SHUTTLE RUN FINDINGS & COMMENTARY

The shuttle run required subjects to run twelve [12] lengths of a basketball court for a total length of 300 yards. The subject then rested five [5] minutes before repeating the run.

Sustained performance over the two runs is a meaningful measure since it incorporates the ability of the subject to recover.

Results: The participants as a whole completed the two runs 6% faster after using ENERGI(r) for five [5] weeks. Nine [9] people, or almost a third of the sample improved their shuttle run time by more than 5%.

 

 

 

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FLEXIBILITY STATEMENT

Flexibility was measured by a sit and reach test. This requires the subject to sit on the ground and reach forwards between their feet, touching the point on the ground that is furthest from their torso. The markings on the ground number from 0 to 27, with the subject's heels placed at 15. A count of 17 means they are reaching 2" beyond their heels.

Results: The average user increased their flexibility by an inch from 16.2 to 17.2 over the course of the study. Expressing this as a percentage is not meaningful since the scale is randomly assigned, but as an average change this is a significant improvement in whole body flexibility.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Thanks to the management and staff at the Danville Area Community Center, Danville PA. Jean Knouse, Executive Director was instrumental in implementing the program.

Special appreciation is due to Ralph Reedy, who, with Elizabeth, made a huge difference in recruiting, organizing, testing and encouraging participants.

Thanks to Michelle Simons for the overall direction for the study & physiological context for each test.

The participants themselves exhibited a high level of commitment and dedication to performing the exercises on the required schedule for the requested duration, and without their dedication this study could not have been conducted.

 

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