We are looking for quotes for Grading plan, Drainage plan and driveway plan for prelim city review.
Property: 3700 sqft two level single family home with 100 sqft detached unit , The engineer should have California PE license.
Grading Plan* – The grading plan will indicate the existing and proposed grades, all cut and fill areas, existing and proposed drainage, and plans for erosion control during and after grading. The plan must be prepared and signed by a California registered civil engineer. If a grading plan is required, see the “Grading Plan Submittal Requirements” sheet for additional information.
Drainage Plan* – The drainage plan will indicate existing and proposed grades, existing and proposed drainage improvements, all trees and their drip lines. The plan must be prepared and signed by a California registered civil engineer. If a drainage plan is required, see the “Drainage Plan Submittal Requirements” sheet for additional information.
* Note: The Grading and Drainage Plan(s) shall provide location of trees, and existing/proposed utility lines. Indicate the extent of grading limits (daylights) and all drainage facilities including roof leaders. For new homes and additions outside the existing footprint of the home, provide grading estimates (cut, fill, off-haul, import) and a grading breakdown table. Include columns for each feature (i.e., driveway access, foundations, utilities, etc.)
Driveway plan and profile – The driveway plan and profile will indicate the proposed driveway alignment, dimensions, grades and directions of cross slopes. Profiles will indicate both left and right edge where cross slopes vary. Data will be provided to support structural sections.
Calculations for Estimated Cut and Fill – The cut and fill calculations will include the number of cubic yards proposed to be removed for grading, retaining walls and structural foundations, regardless of whether the amount cut will be exported or used as fill on the site. Separate calculations will identify the cubic yards to be used as fill, including any cut or imported materials.
Hardscape Table – Identify all existing and proposed hardscape in a table format. Note the hardscape associated with each feature (i.e., driveway, patio, footprint of home, etc.) and hardscape totals. Indicate whether existing/proposed hardscape would include pervious concrete, and/or pavers over a pervious substrate