Dakota at Parkside
Location: Ontario, California
Client: KB Homes
- Precise grading plans in conformance with requirements by the City of Ontario
- Designed from established pads with grades to local inlets that led to a constructed backbone storm drain.
- Design of other improvements: curb/gutter, paving sections, sewer, and water
- Erosion control plans.
- Design for model parking lots
- Detailed utility conflict exhibits inclusive of sewer, water, storm drain, and dry utilities (natural gas, cable, telephone and electrical service) within the motor courts
PENCO prepared model precise grading plans at a scale of 1”=10’, in conformance with requirements by the City of Ontario, California. Client provided four building footprints and cad drawings in digital format prior to plan preparation. This project included designing to establish finish floors, grade to inlet elevation, and a private storm drain network as part of the precise grading plan. The plans also include the design of alley improvements (gutter, paving sections, sewer, and water). Sewer and storm drain stubs were provided to tract boundary by master developer for our connection. Plans also include erosion control and a model parking lot.
PENCO prepared Department of Real Estate (D.R.E.) Exhibit(s) depicting the common improvements (i.e. motor courts) and side yard exclusive use easements for each release and a detailed utility conflict exhibit inclusive of sewer, water, storm drain, and dry utilities (natural gas, cable, telephone and electrical service) within the motor courts. The dry utility consultant provided design plans and cad files to points-of-connections (POC) and locations of all dry utilities.
PENCO obtained copies of record data maps with the City of Ontario and the County of San Bernardino. Record data and the Tentative Tract Map was used to prepare the final map in accordance with the project Conditions of Approval. The Map was in full compliance with the City of Ontario and County of San Bernardino mapping standards.
PENCO processed the Tract Map through approval with the City of Ontario and the County of San Bernardino and ultimately with the map recordation.