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PlanPrepGuide1_0Page 1 of 60 Prepared: July 2019 Page 2 of 60 Table of Contents 1. General Information 2. Definitions 2.010 Definitions 2.010.01 CADD Deliverables 2.010.02 Survey Corridor 2.010.03 Strip Map 2.010.04 Limited Strip Map 2.010.05 Topographic Map 2.010.06 Submittal 2.010.07 As-Built Documents 2.010.08 Control Basis 2.010.09 Digital Signature and Seal 3. CADD Guidelines 3.010 General Information 3.020 File Naming Convention 3.030 CADD File Content and Accuracy 3.030.01 Accuracy 3.030.02 Unused Entities 3.030.03 Layer Naming Conventions 3.030.04 Support Files 3.030.05 CADD Text Fonts 4. Right of Way and Survey Guidelines 4.010 Strip Maps 4.010.01 General Strip Map Guidelines 4.010.02 Strip Map Drafting Guidelines 4.010.03 Strip Map Support Information 4.020 Topographic Maps 4.030 Field Notes 4.040 Legal Documents 4.040.01 Easements 4.040.02 Use of Existing Easements 4.040.03 Location of Easements 4.040.04 Width of Easements 4.040.05 Easement Exhibits and Temporary Construction Easement 4.050 Construction Staking 4.060 As-Built Page 3 of 60 5. Design Guidelines 5.010 Design Services to be Provided 6. Document Transmittal 6.010 Transmission of Electronic Files to the District 7. Appendices Appendix A – Naming Conventions Appendix B – Layer Guide Appendix C – Layer Index Appendix D – Layer Index (Details) Appendix E – Layer Index (Easements) Appendix F – MSD AutoCAD®Customization Appendix G – Asbuilt Info Appendix H – Sheet Library Appendix I – Symbols Appendix J – Template drawings Appendix K – Sample Plans and Strip Maps Appendix L – Legal Documents Appendix M – Field Information Appendix N – Non Standard Details Appendix O – Longitudinal Profile Page 4 of 60 1. General Information It is the intent of these guidelines to establish the minimum standards, which must be met during the process of plan preparation for The District. It is not the intent of these guidelines to limit the efficiency or creativity of the design consultant. Instead, these guidelines have been put in place to ensure the District continues to provide the same high quality plans and construction documents that everyone is accustomed to using. Additionally these guidelines will continue to develop as necessary. Please submit your questions and comment via email: PPGQUESTIONS@STLMSD.COM Page 5 of 60 2. Definitions 2.010 Definitions 2.010.01 CADD Deliverables: An electronic representation of drawings required at the Preliminary Plan, Plan Submittals and As-built Documents in compliance with these Plan Preparation Guidelines and the Drawing Submittal Schedule as outlined by the District representative. 2.010.02 Survey Corridor: The Survey Corridor is defined as the area 60 feet in all directions of the proposed alignment shown on the design study provided, or as delineated by a District representative for the project. 2.010.03 Strip Map: A CADD drawing developed to provide an accurate basis from which the District or its agents may produce sewer construction plans and legal documents for properties affected by a project design. 2.010.04 Limited Stripmap A CADD drawing developed to provide an accurate basis from which the District or its agents may produce sewer construction plans, but is not of sufficient quality that legal documents can be produced for the taking of Easements or Temporary Construction Easement. A limited strip map can be prepared for projects that are located entirely within street right-of-way, and when easement and/or temporary construction easement rights will not need to be acquired from adjacent properties. The District must approve the use of a limited strip map during fee negotiations. Sufficient property control is required to establish the existing right-of-way lines. Lot lines and owner information can be obtained from the City or County Assessors’ information. 2.010.05 Topographic Map: A CADD drawing representing the earth’s surface and existing features, indicated by a series of lines and symbols. The purpose of the Topographic Map (Topo Map) is to provide a detailed drawing for use in the design and construction of a sewer project. The map includes any existing features or obstacles within the Survey Corridor that might impact the sewer design. The map will be in turn be used in the preparation of sewer plans. Aerial photos are not acceptable as Topo Maps. 2.010.06 Submittals: Plan Submittals shall reflect requirement set forth in Attachment “A” included in the Fee Proposal. Page 6 of 60 2.010.07 As-Built Documents: The District’s final record of a project developed by manually marking up final constructions documents to reflect the actual final field verified horizontal locations and elevations of improvements built during construction. 2.010.08 Control Basis / Traverse Baseline: Below is the control basis for all projects on which plans are prepared for the District: HORIZONTAL DATA All horizontal data provided will be in State Plane Coordinates – Missouri East Zone, NAD 83(HARN). Since the District requires State Plane Coordinates to be the basis for all projects, GPS will most likely be utilized to establish survey control. Due to the positional accuracy limits of GPS Equipment, special consideration and specific survey techniques will need to be employed in order to meet the accuracy standards of an “Urban Class Survey” established by the Missouri Board of Architects, Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors (20 CSR 2030-16.040). The District will periodically check control established for projects and will reject control that does not meet Urban Class Survey Standards. MODOT now offer the use of continually operating base stations. These systems have shown to be an effective way of doing Real Time Kinematic (RTK) surveys. When utilizing these systems the vendor name and date of survey will need to be indicated on the Stripmap. VERTICAL DATA Vertical Datum shall be referenced to the North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD 1988) and provide a conversion to NVGD 29 (A.K.A. U.S.G.S.). (NVGD 29 is the datum used for the St. Louis County & St. Louis City Benchmark Books). NVGD 29 may be submitted with conversion to NAVD 1988 provided it has been previously approved by an MSD representative. GPS can be used for vertical control but shall require redundancy to establish elevations. (i.e. double occupancy of control points with a minimum of 4 hours between occupations). Differential leveling shall be used to adjust elevations of control points set by GPS. Page 7 of 60 2.010.09 Digital Signatures and Seals: The digital signature must be unique to, and under the sole control of the person using it; it must also be capable of verification and be linked to a document in such manner that the digital signature is invalidated if any data on the document is altered. For more information see: Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects, Chapter 3, Board Rule 20 CSR 2030-3.060 (3) A tutorial video on how to electronically sign a .PDF document utilizing Adobe Acrobat can be found on the Missouri Div. of Professional Registration website: www.pr.mo.gov/apelsla.asp Page 8 of 60 3. CADD Guidelines It is the intent of these guidelines to establish the minimum standards, which must be met in the submission of Computer Aided Design Drafting (CADD) deliverables for the District. The District provides the following information with no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The entire risk as to the quality of performance of the program is with the user. The District does not warranty that the functions contained in the program will meet your requirements or that the operation of the program will be uninterrupted or error free. Copyright is not claimed as to any part of AutoCAD© software or derivative works based thereon. The following document contains AutoCAD blocks, standard prototype drawings, drawing sheet blanks, and custom AutoCAD menus, which are used by the District for plan preparation. All files that are referenced in this document are part of the MSD-ACAD Folder unless noted. The MSD-ACAD Folder also contains the AutoCAD PC3 and CTB files to be used when plotting. Click on the link below to download this file. MSD-ACAD FOLDER To see how the enclosed material can be installed on your system, please refer to Appendix F. Example plans are available at Appendix K or from the District Engineering Department. 3.010 General Information The following information shall be submitted: Electronic Files • All drawings (.DWG) shall be submitted in AutoCAD version 2018. o All electronic drawing files created in anything other than AutoCAD must be converted to AutoCAD. No .dgn or .dxf files will be accepted. o Any AutoCAD files created in a version other than AutoCAD version 2018 may be submitted provided it has been previously approved by an MSD representative. o All drawing files must conform to the Districts CADD Standards set forth in this document. o All drawings must include project data. e.g. DTM, alignment, etc. o All drawing files shall be in vector format. • One overall electronic Strip Map drawing for the entire project • ASCII file of coordinate list format (Pt., north, east, elevation, description) • Topo, Stripmaps, & Easements shall be in the same coordinate system. Contact a District representative for clarification. Page 9 of 60 3.020 File Naming Convention All submitted CADD files of plans shall follow the Districts Naming Conventions herein: Example: 19001-[C1-P1]. DWG Oracle No. Applicable extension Coversheet and Plan & Profile 1 All submitted legal document shall follow the Districts Naming Conventions herein: Example: Oracle No 19001-12-25P610133-[E]. DWG Applicable extension Stripmap Parcel No. Locator No. Type of Document For Further examples of electronic file names refer to Appendix A. 3.030 CADD File Content and Accuracy 3.030.01 Accuracy: Accepted professional standards and drafting practices shall be maintained throughout the production of all CADD submittals, as well as the General Plan Guidelines listed below: General Design Plan Guidelines: NOTE: These guidelines do NOT include Longitudinal Profile. (see Appendix O) 1. Current Standard MSD Sheets and Blocks are to be used. Refer to St. Louis Place (Appendix K) for examples 2. A cover sheet is to be used for all projects. The location map is to be included on the cover sheet. Refer to St. Louis Place (Appendix K) for examples 3. Plan sheets are to be read from left to right. The downstream end of the project is to be at station 0+00 on the far left side of the first Plan and Profile sheet. An exception to this orientation exists for projects involving improvements to only one side of a channel. In this case the plan and profile sheets shall be oriented as the channel bank is viewed from the center of the channel. 4. Plan sheet and corresponding Profile shall be on the same sheet. 5. Centerlines and stationing are to be indicated on plan and profile views for all projects. 6. North arrow and bar scales are to be indicated on all plan views. The plan view scale shall be 1”=20’. The profile view scale shall be 1”=20’ horizontally, 1”=5’ vertically. District approval must be obtained before using any other scale. 7. The cross section scale shall be 1”=5’ horizontally, 1”=5’ vertically. Page 10 of 60 8. Excavation and fill quantities to the nearest square foot are to be included on the cross sections. Crushed limestone quantities shall be indicated as directed by the District. 9. For gabion projects the plan view shall be at 1”=10’ horizontally. 10. For pump station projects the plan view shall be at 1”=4’. 11. For bio-stabilization projects the plan view may be at 1”=20’ or 1”=10’ horizontally depending on the complexity. Please coordinate with the District project representative. 12. Cross sections are to be plotted from the bottom to top of sheet, consecutively beginning at centerline station 0+00. Cross sections shall be plotted as viewed looking upstream. 13. Centerline stationing is to be included on cross sections. 14. Project alignment curve data shall be shown on the plans and include the following: Intersection angle, point of intersection, radius, length of arc and tangent distance. Refer to St. Louis Place (Appendix K) for examples 15. Crushed limestone area is to be shown on cross sections of new channel. 16. Details from MSD Standard Construction Specifications are not to be put on plans. These will not be given out under any circumstances. Refer to the current MSD Standard Construction Specifications Book. 17. Use MSD Non Standard Details as required. Complete detail sheets if using Non Standard Details. Non Standard Details are available in Appendix N. 18. The scale used on special details shall be as required for clarity and shall be specified on plans. 19. In plan view, indicate top and flowline elevations of existing structures. 20. In profile view, dimension proposed length of reaches (to the nearest foot) and determine proposed grade from centerline of structures. Indicate station and flow line elevation at center of structures. 21. If construction requires the removal of concrete pavement, show nearest pavement joints, excluding sidewalks. 22. Revision dates are not to be indicated on any plans until after District Board Approval. 23. Ties to control points shall be shown on plans. If the control point is positioned so that it is not visible on the plan, show the typical “triangle / point number” symbol and reference the actual location of the control point. Refer to St. Louis Place (Appendix K) for examples Page 11 of 60 3.030.02 Unused Entities: Before Final Construction Document Submittal to either Design Division or Program Management Division, all CADD files shall be purged of all unused blocks, symbols, layers and font styles. 3.030.03 Layering Name Conventions All CADD files shall be submitted using the District layering schemes provided in this document (Appendices C, D, E). There is a separate scheme for Plan and Profile / Cross-sections and one for details. If a layer does not appear in the layering scheme, a new layer may be created, but must be approved by an District Representative. 3.030.04 Support Files All CADD Deliverables that are going to be submitted using X-ref’s, special menu’s, or linking of Word or Excel documents through OLE (Object Linking Embedding) technology shall include all such files when transferring CADD Deliverables or “BIND” the drawings before transmittal. A text file in an ASCII file format shall accompany every CADD Deliverable. The text file shall include CADD filename(s), sheet number(s), descriptions(s) and drawing attachment(s) for each file submitted (see sample below). Sample File St. Louis Place Sanitary Relief Phase II 13999 1/15/2018 19001-[C1-P1].DWG: Cover Sheet and Plan & Profile Sheet Tab Label Contained within Tab Model Base Drawing, Profiles, Cross Sections, and Details (if applicable) C1-1 Coversheet P1-2…P3-4 Plan & Profile sheets(s) X1-5…X3-7 Cross Sections (if applicable) D1-8…D2-9 Detail sheet(s) (if applicable) Example: 3.030.05 CADD Text Fonts All CADD fonts shall conform to “St. Louis Place” sample drawing (Appendix K) and the information below. In addition all text in CADD deliverables shall use the SIMPLEX font name (simplex.shx), unless otherwise noted below: Page 12 of 60 Location Font Name Substitution Cover sheet Title bold.shx SansSerif.shx(bold) Subdivision Name/City Block Ha.shx RomanC.shx Text Guidelines: When entering text into a drawing the text style shall be simplex. For existing text the height shall be 100 guide and shall be placed on the layer which the text refers to, for example any text used to call out fencing would be placed on the fence layer. All text other than existing text shall be placed on the layer corresponding to the Leroy guide, for example text which is 120 Leroy guide is placed on layer 120. For proposed text the height normally used will be 100 guide. The table below indicates what height text shall be entered in an AutoCAD drawing to insure text is the proper size for a given plot scale when the drawing is plotted. For example, when the plot scale is 1=20 and you want the plotted text height to be LeRoy guide 100 you would enter the text height as 2.0. Text Height Table Letter Guides Plot Scales 1 5 10 20 50 100 LeRoy Guide 80 0.08 0.4 0.8 1.6 4.0 8.0 LeRoy Guide 100 0.1 0.5 1.0 2.0 5.0 10.0 LeRoy Guide 120 0.12 0.6 1.2 2.4 6.0 12.0 LeRoy Guide 140 0.14 0.7 1.4 2.8 7.0 14.0 LeRoy Guide 175 0.175 0.875 1.75 3.5 8.75 17.5 LeRoy Guide 200 0.20 1.0 2.0 4.0 10.0 20.0 ACAD variable settings DIMSCALE Setting 1.0 5.0 10.0 20.0 50.0 100.0 LTSCALE Setting 1.0 5.0 10.0 20.0 50.0 100.0 Text Equation For scales and text heights not listed above use the following equation Drawing text height = Plot height * Plot Scale For example if you want the plotted text height to be 0.1 (100 guide) and your plot scale is 200 the drawing text height would be 20. Drawing text height = 0.1 * 200 = 20 Page 13 of 60 4. Right of Way and Survey Guidelines This section is intended to give the user a detailed description of the process of developing Right of Way and survey documents related to the design, easement acquisition and construction of sewers for the District. Due to the broad range of scenarios associated with the types of projects done by the District, this section may not cover every scenario and the District’s representative may have specific instructions not covered here. 4.010 Strip Map Guidelines The following is intended to aid in the developing of a Strip Map. The Example Strip Map Drawings (Appendix K), along with the guidelines shown throughout this manual shall be adhered to when preparing a Strip Map. The Example Strip Map shows the minimum information that will be required on a Strip Map. The purpose of the Strip Map is to provide an accurate basis from which The District or its agents may produce sewer construction plans and legal documents for properties affected by a project design. The Strip Map shall show every parcel in its entirety, which falls within any portion of the Survey Corridor. Right-of-Ways and large parcels shall be shown far enough beyond the Survey Corridor in order to adequately define them. 4.010.01 General Strip Map Guidelines 1. Establish horizontal control within 50 to 200 feet of the proposed route. Note: The baseline shall not be located on the proposed route, as this control is expected to remain throughout the construction phase, if at all possible. The horizontal control shall meet the accuracy standards of an “Urban Class Survey” as defined in the Current Minimum Standards for Property Boundary Surveys (20 CSR 2030-16.040). 2. The baseline shall be monumented with a “Permanent” type survey monument or cross on concrete within the Right of Way of public streets, (concrete must be in good condition, do not use concrete that appears to be in an area of road repair). (Point number assigned to monument to match field notes along with the Strip Map designation). These points will need to survive for many years and special care shall be taken to see that they do. 3. Establish Project Benchmarks by differential leveling (field notes signed and sealed by a Professional Land Surveyor shall be submitted with the Strip Map – no trigonometric levels will be accepted), with descriptions near the proposed route at 0.5-mile intervals (minimum of two). Benchmarks shall be established from control as defined in section 2.010.08. At least two published benchmarks must be utilized. Established Project Benchmarks shall be stable and accessible in an area not to be disturbed. Iron pipes/bars are not acceptable benchmarks. Project Benchmarks shall be set so they remain in existence throughout the entire project. 4. For the entire Survey Corridor locate sufficient property control to establish Subdivision Boundaries, Interior lot lines, Large Parcels, and Right of Way (plus centerline of State and County Right of Ways), to establish a “Best Fit” of Record Information with the actual field survey. An individual boundary survey of each lot is not required. In addition to the above monumentation, it will be required that a search for monumentation along the Page 14 of 60 proposed route be conducted. Any such monumentation shall be located and shown on the stripmap. 5. Research all assessor maps, deeds, subdivision plats, County Road Plans, State Highway Plans, etc. as required. Much of this will be taken care of by getting Easement Search Reports and Title commitments as outlined in Attachment “A” included in the Fee Proposal. 6. All parcels that fall within the Survey Corridor shall be labeled with bearings, distances, curve data, etc. in order to fully describe both record and calculated (if necessary) dimensions of the entire parcel. See the Example Strip Map Drawings (Appendix K). 7. Record and Calculated: All distances are considered record [within ½ foot] unless noted as calculated (C). All bearings are shown as both record (R) and calculated (C). 8. Surveyor’s Report shall accompany the strip map. This report shall give a general account how the strip map’s subdivision boundaries, interior lot lines, large Parcels, and Right of Way line were established and any assumptions that were made in the process. 4.010.02 Strip Map Drafting Guidelines 1. The District will not accept any CADD drawing in which the Universal Coordinate System (UCS), North Orientation, and Basis of Grid do not all agree with each other. 2. Strip Maps will conform to the CADD Guidelines herein established. Some additional layers and blocks are associated with the strip map, see the Example Strip Map Drawings (Appendix K). 3. If Strip Map consists of multiple pages the cover Sheet shall include the following: a. Title of District Project b. Index of Sheets c. Map Index, if more than two sheets (possible to combine with Location Map) d. Location Map – North Arrow & Approximate Scale e. Benchmark Descriptions – Published and Project f. General Notes g. Source of Record Information h. Basis of Bearing i. Legend j. Disclaimers, If Any k. References System to establish State Plane Coordinates 4. Three point ties of all Baseline Points a. Three Point Tie Sketches to include: i. Point number ii. Monument description Example: (Rebar w/cap MSD #10) iii. Sketch iv. North arrow v. Dimension ties vi. Sheet reference, if all ties are provided on an individual sheet Page 15 of 60 5. Drawing Scale choices are 1”=20’, 1”=30’, 1”=40’, and 1”=50’. The District Representative must approve any other scales. 6. Owners List 7. All easements provided by Easement Search Reports, Title Reports, Recorded Plats, and/or other sources. 8. Meet the District’s Control Basis & Traverse Baseline as defined in section 2.010.08 9. The District may request that a project be tied to a previous project. In this case, a minimum of two control points from the previous project must be collected on State Plane Coordinates. A relationship between the collected coordinates for the present project and the coordinates noted from the previous project shall be shown on the strip map. 4.010.03 Strip Map Support Information The following information will be submitted along with the Strip Map as support information: Electronic Files • Shall be submitted per section 3.010 Field notes (See Appendix M for Sample Field notes) • Traverse Notes, Location of monumentation • Bench Loop (Signed & Sealed) • Description of Known Benchmarks • Description of Project Benchmarks • Original Three Point Tie Sketches Hard copies of additional Documents acquired to complete survey • Property Conveyances • Easement deeds • PDF files may be accepted as directed by the District. • Assessor’s Map • GRS information used, if applicable • Easement Search Reports, Title Reports 4.010.04 Limited Stripmaps Guidelines The intended and only use of the Limited Stripmap is for projects or portions of projects that lie totally and without question, within existing street right-of-way. The Limited Stripmap does not work if Easements or TCEs may be required for a project area. 1. Horizontal and Vertical Control, control monumentation, benchmarks, and CADD Standards. 2. Locate sufficient property control to establish the existing right-of-way lines. 3. Lot lines and owner information taken from City or County assessor’s information. 4. Area of Limited Stripmap shall be indicated and shown in a way that distinguishes it from the regular Stripmap area. All lines and information in this area shall be ghosted except the right-of-way lines, which would be shown as normal. Page 16 of 60 5. A note indicating that this area is a “Limited Stripmap Not to be Used for Easement Acquisition”. 4.010.05 Deliverables for Strip Maps 1. A digitally signed and sealed (see 2.010.09) file in portable document format (PDF). A single page is preferred. However, multiple pages are acceptable. o Single page strip maps shall include the following: • Title of District Project • Schematic of the project area drawn to a convenient scale showing a minimum of property lines, street names, locater numbers and North arrow. Label bearings and distances on property lines. But do not show on schematic. See example-dwg folder. • Location Map – North Arrow & Approximate Scale • Benchmark Descriptions • General Notes • Source of Record Information • Basis of Bearing • Legend • Disclaimers, If Any • References System to establish State Plane Coordinates • 3 point ties o Multiple page strip maps shall include a cover sheet, see section 4.010.02, item 3 for additional instructions. 2. Electronic drawing file of the survey in plan view. o Text and line types shall be scaled to a 1”-20’ scale. o See section 3.010 for additional instructions. 3. Original Field notes and electronic point file. o See section 4.030 for additional instructions. 4.020 Topographic Map Guidelines The following is intended to aid in the developing of a Topographic Map (Topo Map). The Example Plan Drawings (Appendix K), along with the guidelines shown throughout this manual shall be adhered to when preparing a Topo Map. The purpose of the Topographic Map is to provide a CADD drawing representing the earth’s surface and existing features, indicated by a series of lines and symbols. The purpose of the Topographic Map is to provide a detailed drawing for use in the design and construction of a sewer project. The map is to include any existing features or obstacles within the Survey Corridor that might impact the sewer design. This map will be in turn be used in the preparation of sewer plans. Aerial photos are not acceptable as Topo Maps. The following is a list of existing features that shall be included on a Topo Map. This list is intended to give an example of the information shown on a Topo Map, but does not cover everything that might be encountered in the field. Existing Data Requirements Page 17 of 60 • Sufficient ground elevations to develop contours and profiles as needed. • Houses and Sheds • Plot locations of structures, above and below ground, man-made or natural features within the Survey Corridor. • Locate size, depth with direction of flow of sanitary sewers, combination sewers, storm sewers, culverts, catch basins and manholes with inverts and outfalls of each. On trapped inlets and manholes both the bottom of the structure and the elevation at the stopper or waterline shall be shown. • If manholes or inlets cannot be found or need to be cleaned, the District representative shall be contacted in order to coordinate with the District’s Operations Department. • Locate test borings or soil boring locations with the elevation of the top of holes. • Locate all trees in sparsely wooded areas. (i.e. maintained front and back yards) • Show perimeter outline of densely wooded areas and all trees 6” and above within the perimeter. • First floor, top of foundation and/or basement elevations of homes as required by the District project representative. • Flood plain cross-sections as necessary. • The topographic map shall be prepared at 1”=20’ drawing scale unless instructed otherwise by a District Representative. 4.020.01 Longitudinal Profile Guidelines The guidelines shown in (Appendix O) shall be adhered to when preparing a Longitudinal Profile (Long Profile) Map. 4.030 Field Note Guidelines The following is intended to ensure that field notes are prepared in a way that not only works for the District, but also does not greatly hinder the survey crew’s productivity. The following guidelines will be adhered to for all field notes. Field Note Guidelines 1. The District Survey Descriptor Codes must be utilized for all fieldwork. The District Survey Descriptor Codes can be found in Appendix M. 2. Electronic Survey Data to be provided: a. Electronic Points File – electronic copy of the points file in an ASCII file format (Point, Northing, Easting, Elevation, Description (P,N,E,Z,D)). 3. Paper Field Notes - Sample Field Notes can be found in Appendix M. a. All on Loose Leaf Paper, National 446 Page 18 of 60 b. Cover Sheet / Index Page c. Instrument Point, Backsight Point, Foresight Point; Point Range d. Changes in Rod Heights e. Any notes to avoid confusion f. Overall Project Sketch showing the following: g. North Arrow h. Streets ROW with names i. Approximate Property Lines j. Traverse Point Locations w/ Point Numbers k. TBM / BM Locations w/ Name or Number l. Property Points Found w/ Point Numbers m. Manhole Locations w/ Point Numbers n. Rough basic topo locations i. building ii. sidewalks iii. wooded areas iv. etc. o. Topographic Area Sketch – where needed i. North Arrow ii. Necessary Topo in order to resolve any confusion p. Traverse Points – Three Point Ties i. North Arrow ii. Street intersections and/or addresses, etc. in order to give general location iii. Distances measured to 1/100 of a foot to three described, identifiable points. iv. Type of control monument v. Point number of control monument q. Level Loop Notes i. Complete description of published BMs used as start or any BM tied into as a check, along with all elevations corresponding to such. ii. Level Loop (Signed and Sealed) iii. Closed level loop turning through all site TBMs iv. Hard level check shots through all primary baseline control points. r. Complete description of TBMs set including: i. Type of TBM (cut square, spike in PP, etc.) ii. Location of TBM (street intersection, address, etc.) 4.040 Legal Documents 4.040.01 Easements All sewers shall be constructed in easements with working room. Existing easements without working room may be used if and only if pre-approved by the District representative. All public sewers, storm drains and open channels shall be constructed in public right-of-way or in easements. All new easement exhibits shall be shown with adjacent temporary construction easements and associated documents will be submitted as detailed in the Attachment “A” included in the Fee Proposal. These guidelines along with samples shown in Appendix L will be adhered to for all legal documents. 4.040.02 Use of Existing Easements Page 19 of 60 Every existing recorded easement that will be used or will affect a project shall be shown on the plans submitted for review. The information on the plans shall include the City or County book and page number and the width or variable widths of every existing recorded easement. All restrictive clauses as to the use of the easements, i.e. for utility purpose, storm sewer only, sanitary sewers only, etc. shall be noted on the plan adjacent to the pertinent easement. Construction of a sewer in the same easement with a water or gas main will not be approved unless the easement is of such size that the location of the sewer and utility relative to each other comply with dimensional clearances required by the regulatory authorities. 4.040.03 Location of Easements In locating easements, consideration shall be given to the property owner’s interests. Undue splitting and angling across property shall be avoided. Special consideration shall be taken not to leave small remainder areas cut off by the easements. Do not divide properties leaving unusable sections on either side of designed channel without approval from the District. Easements shall be adequate enough to allow for proper access and maintenance of the sewer. Temporary Construction Easement shall be required unless otherwise directed by the District. Easement locations shall be fixed by distances (widths), angles or bearings to known property lines or public right-of-way lines. 4.040.04 Width of Easements The width of the easements shall be sufficient to allow proper access for maintenance of the sewer. Easement widths shall provide a two (2) foot minimum clearance between outside limits of sewer structures to easement line, with a ten (10) foot minimum width unless approved by the District’s representative. All new easements shall include adjacent Temporary Construction Easements as may be required for working room during construction, unless otherwise directed by the District. 4.040.05 Easement and Temporary Construction Easement Exhibits Easement and/or Temporary Construction Easement Exhibits and the associated documents will be prepared for all proposed easements, licenses, or takings. All Easement, Temporary Construction Easement Exhibits, and Area Sheets shall conform to the checklists and samples in Appendix L. All documents will be submitted as detailed in the Attachment “A” included in the Fee Proposal. The following will be submitted for each proposed easement, license, or taking: 1. Easement and/or TCE Exhibit 2. Area Sheet showing the area of the overall property, area of new easement, and area overlapping existing easements, etc. (See sample Appendix L) 4.050 Construction Staking Guidelines This section is intended to provide guidelines as to how the District expects its constructions staking to be conducted. The following checklist shall be used along with the examples in Appendix M, when staking out District projects. The District representative responsible for construction will coordinate all construction staking work and can make adjustments as they see necessary. See Appendix M for checklist and Page 20 of 60 examples. A printable MSD CONSTRUCTION STAKING GUIDELINES booklet is available in Appendix M. Page 21 of 60 4.060 As -Builts 4.060.01 As-Built Project Types (Capital Project): - Project designed by consultants for the District. - As-Built are prepared by consultant (per contract agreement) District Designed: - Project designed by the District and/or General Services Agreement (GSA) Consultant - As-Built are prepared by the District and/or GSA Consultant 4.060.02 As-Built Plan Preparation (General Instructions) As a minimum, the following information shall be provided for As-Builts: 1. Storm, Sanitary and Combined a. As-built drawing shall indicate the horizontal location, top and flowline elevation, and corresponding grade of the storm, sanitary, combined sewers and structures in both the plan and profile views. (1) On trapped inlets and manholes both the bottom of the structure and the elevation at the stopper or waterline shall be shown 2. Detention Basin b. A field survey shall be made to confirm the location, size, and depth. As a minimum, the as-built drawing shall include: (1) As-built cross-sections of the basin plotted over the design cross- sections. (2) Spot elevations shown in plan, defining the location and elevation of the basin berm and overflow spillway. (3) Location, length, size, shape and flow line elevation of the detention basin / channel concrete swale. (4) Control and overflow structure location, size, elevation, and any other information relevant to the proper operation of the structure (i.e.; opening size; low flow; and outlet pipe size, slope and flow line elevation; etc.) 3. Channel Improvement a. A field survey shall be made to confirm the location, size, and depth. As a minimum, the as-built drawing shall include: (1) As-built cross-sections of the channel plotted over the design cross- sections. (2) Spot elevations shown in plan, defining the location and elevation of the rock structure, and planting areas, and grading limits. (3) Location, length, size, shape and flow line elevation of channel and or walls. 4. Pump Station Construction Page 22 of 60 a. As-Built Drawing shall indicate the physical location of the pump station, retention, access road and other related structures. 5. As-built Deliverables 1. A Schematic (.dwg format) drawing of all District’s improvements using as-built layering standards. (See Appendix G). Refer to example drawing in Appendix K. The drawing name should follow the format: Job#-AB.dwg (Example: 19001-AB.dwg) 2. A corresponding electronic point file of all District’s improvements is required. The format for the electronic point file shall be PNEZD comma delimited with the extension .ASC. The file name should follow the format: Job#-AB.asc (Example: 19001-AB.asc) The D in PNEZD refers to description and is defined as: Identifying number assigned to structure or location that corresponds with the plans (see sample). Sample: 22, 1020432.283, 850432.952, 501.82, MH 23 23, 1020641.663, 850350.877, 503.96, MH 24 24, 1022447.353, 848806.986, 507.24, MH 25 6. Provide the original field notes signed and sealed by a Land Surveyor or Engineer registered in the State of Missouri. 7. See section 4.060.03 for additional instructions dependent upon the As-Built Project Type as defined in section 4.060.01. 4.060.03 As -Built Project Types Preparation (Specific Instructions) Capital Project: As-built documents, certified by a Land Surveyor or Engineer registered in the State of Missouri will be submitted to the District for review prior to final payment for project completion. As-builts should be produced electronically. A digitally signed and sealed (see 2.010.09) file in portable document format (PDF). MSD asbuilt standards (see Appendix G) are to be adhered to. All horizontal and vertical data shall conform to section 2.010.08. If original coordinate system does not conform to section 2.010.08, include coordinate translation. The District shall be notified if any facilities are not within a valid District easement. District Designed Project: As-builts should be produced electronically. A digitally signed and sealed (see 2.010.09) file in portable document format (PDF). MSD as-built standards (see Appendix G) are to be adhered to. All horizontal and vertical data shall conform to section 2.010.08. If original coordinate system does not conform to section 2.010.08, include coordinate translation. The District shall be notified if any facilities are not within a valid District easement. Page 23 of 60 5. Design Guidelines It is the intent of the design guidelines to establish minimum requirements to be included in consultant design services. The consultant will be responsible for all design services, including municipal/agency coordination, engineering calculations, strip map and topography surveys, soil investigation, construction document preparation, right-of-way acquisition document preparation, permit applications and all other services required to obtain bids for construction. The scope of the project will be indicated in the Request For Proposal (RFP). The scope may vary from a general idea of the problem to a detailed design study. A list of the basic services to be provided for each design phase may also be included in the RFP for the consultants’ reference. The consultant is to review these services to assure that provisions are included in the contract for these and all other design services. Note that engineering services during construction may also be included in the scope of the project. 5.010 Design Services to be Provided Based on the information received, the Consultant is responsible for the design of the project including length, sizes, alignment, etc. The sizes and alignments shall be checked and verified but the scope shall be as indicated in the RFP. If the consultant disagrees with the alignment or sizes of sewers, or channels, the concerns shall be discussed with the District prior to completing the design. If the Consultant believes further special investigation and/or preliminary design work is required prior to proceeding with the final design, these costs shall be included in the proposal and identified as such. This will include any investigations up or downstream of the project, as required. Additionally, unless otherwise directed by the District, the Consultant as part of the contract shall do all of the following services. 1. All work is to conform to the current “Plan Preparation Guidelines”, the “Request for Proposal”, and the “Contract.” 2. Plans and technical specifications are to be prepared by a registered Professional Engineer licensed in the State of Missouri and sealed in accordance with State Statutes. 3. Design and prepare detailed construction plans, specifications, quantities and cost estimates. Plans, technical specifications, and pay quantities are to conform to the District’s current “Rules and Regulations and Engineering Design Requirements for Sanitary Sewerage and Storm Water Facilities”, and “MSD Standard Construction Specifications.” 4. Coordinate work with the District’s Project Manager in accordance with the “Coordination Schedule With The District.” Items to be completed at each review stage: a. It is the responsibility of the Consultant to set up coordination meetings with the District’s Project Manager and meet all review schedule dates as required. b. Conference memorandum of items discussed and/or decisions made, with the District, municipalities, utility companies, or other agencies, are to be submitted by the Consultant to the District’s Project Manager within a week. Page 24 of 60 5. As directed, notify, municipalities, and property owners of pending design and field work and answer any related questions they might have. Attendance at special meetings may also be required to present the project scope and answer questions. Visual aids may be required for the presentation. 6. The Consultant shall contact all railroads, utilities, MDNR, Corps of Engineers, municipalities, the City of St. Louis, St. Louis County and the State Highway Department as appropriate for a particular project to ascertain requirements and conflicts and to provide general job coordination. Project approval from these organizations shall be obtained with concurrence by the District. The plans shall be designed accordingly. a. Initial contact shall be made with St. Louis County, municipalities, railroads, utilities, City of St. Louis, MDNR, Corps of Engineers and State Highway Department before Plan Review Submittal to avoid redesign because of special requirements. b. There will be no additional payment made for redesign required due to non- compliance with the requirements of the State Highway Department, City of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Corps of Engineers, MDNR, municipalities, or other agencies. c. Work required to change and/or redesign the plans due to apparent utility or existing sewer conflicts, agency requirements or the District Plan Review is included in the initial fee. 7. Determine proper pipe and/or channel size, alignment, and length. Final recommendations shall be approved by the District. Prepare a floodplain study if required. The 100 year water surface elevation must be evaluated to assure that channel improvements do not result in an increased 100 year water surface elevation. 8. Conduct field alignments and level surveys in order to correctly represent all of the conditions that would be encountered at or near the project during construction of work in accordance with District requirements. The survey shall extend both upstream and downstream a sufficient distance as required to ensure proper design and transitions. The minimum Survey Corridor width shall be 120 feet unless otherwise approved by the District. Meet the District’s Control Basis & Traverse Baseline as defined in section 2.010.08. All Survey work shall conform to District standards presented in the current “Plan Preparations Guidelines.” 9. Adequate soil borings to determine rock excavation, special pipe bedding, shoring requirements, slope stability and other soil characteristics required to complete the design. The approximate number of borings and/or corings and depths to be completed shall be indicated in the proposal and may vary in number, depending on the project type, location, and available information. The location of all soil borings shall be DIRECTLY above the proposed alignment and tied to the survey vertically and horizontally unless otherwise approved by District Project Manager. Copies of the boring logs and geotechnical information shall be submitted and Page 25 of 60 become the property of the District. The geotechnical report shall indicate the expected limits of Class “A” and Class “B” Excavation and other pertinent design information. 10. Soil boring shall be performed in the presence of an experienced geologist or qualified field representative to prepare preliminary boring logs. Existing geology in the project area must be researched and documented prior to preparing the boring plan. Provide Percent Recovery for all rock corings. Borings shall extend ten (10) feet below the proposed sewer line if rock is not encountered in order to evaluate the rock profile. Contact the District Project Manager before mobilizing for drilling so a District representative can observe the drilling operation. 11. All calculations and work shall be submitted, titled, and dated. All work is to be neat, legible and submitted electronically. A digitally signed and sealed (see 2.010.09) file in portable document format (PDF). Work shall include but not be limited to the following: a. Final hydraulic calculations based on actual sizes and slopes used. b. Structural calculations. c. Quantity calculations. d. Earthwork calculations. The District may supply preliminary hydraulic calculations and flood studies. These are to be reviewed and verified by the consultant. 12. Coordinates are to be shown for all sewer structures, a minimum of two survey control points, and a minimum of two 3-point tie details per plan sheet. 13. In plan view, indicate top and flowline elevations of existing structures. 14. In profile view, dimension proposed length of reaches and determine proposed grade from centerline of structures. Indicate station and flow line elevation at center of structures. 15. Where crossing pavement is required, indicate location of nearest joints if sewer is to be installed in “open cut.” If possible, design crossing perpendicular to paving and under one section of the pavement. Verify with the appropriate agency if a tunnel is required. 16. Granular fill in trenches within street right-of-ways shall not include the top 24 inches in lawn areas. 17. Concrete design shall use the working stress design method or the alternate Ultimate Strength design presented in the Corps of Engineers Manual EM-110-2- 2104. 18. Concrete walls with two rows of reinforcing steel shall be a minimum of ten inches thick. In addition, short sections in vertical wall channels and retaining walls shall also be ten inches thick at fence post locations to properly accommodate the post sleeves. Page 26 of 60 19. If Special Design Details are required, use available District Non-Standard Details (Appendix N) or contact the District Project Manager. 20. Identify lots by lot numbers and street addresses with current owners names. (See current St. Louis Place plans.) Provide mailing list for Open Line Meetings. 21. Sodding is to be used for restoration on all projects unless otherwise directed. Lot areas with existing zoysia sod shall be identified on the plans. 22. Indicate first floor, top of foundation, and/or basement elevations of buildings and tops and flowlines of vents to be served by sanitary projects. This may be required for storm projects located parallel to existing sanitary sewers. Investigate sewers to be abandoned to assure no active lateral connections remain. 23. St. Louis County, municipalities, or other agency specifications are to be incorporated into final design plans and technical specifications with the knowledge and approval of the District. 24. Non-standard items included in the project design shall have technical specifications written as necessary and as required to cover, supplement, and clarify those special items. Pay items for non-standard items shall be determined on a project specific basis. 25. Flood study requirements are available from the District. Contact the District’s Project Manager. 26. The District will assemble the Contract Bid Package using the plans, technical specifications, and quantities submitted by the Consultant with all easement agreements incorporated. The District will prepare the “Front End Documents.” 27. The guidelines shown in (Appendix O) shall be adhered to when preparing a Longitudinal Profile (Long Profile) Map. NOTE: (Any variance from these guidelines must be approved by the District Project Manager.) Page 27 of 60 6. Document Transmittal 6.010 Transmission of Electronic Files to the District All submittals shall be delivered to the design project manager with the following guidelines. All CADD Deliverables shall conform to section 3 and shall be submitted on CD Rom media (non re-writable with a minimum of 650MB capacity). Directory structure of submitted CD shall be the same as the creator’s hard drive. Please remember to make the CD accessible for multi-users. Please use the CD Label below: Click here for Word file (cd-label.docx) to create label Use Avery Laser #5931 Testing Testing 123 Testing Testing 123 Testing Testing 123 Testing Testing 01 12 04 Testing Testing 123 X X X YOUR LOGO HERE Page 28 of 60 Appendix A NAMING CONVENTIONS All electronic files, for a job, are to be stored in one directory. The job number is to be used as the name of the directory. The following example is for an alleged job with a job number of 13999. If drawing tabs are used, the tabs shall be named as shown below. PLAN DRAWINGS File Name Description 13999 BASE.DWG Drawing file contains survey points, all existing information, and proposed information. (WHEN USING MODEL SPACE) 13999 SM1.DWG First property line strip map drawing 13999 C1.DWG Cover Sheet 13999 P1.DWG First plan & profile sheet 13999 P2.DWG Second plan & profile sheet 13999 X1.DWG First cross section sheet 13999 D1.DWG First detail sheet 13999 SP1.DWG First site plan sheet 13999 S1.DWG First pump station specification sheet 13999 PS1.DWG Pump station plan view and section view sheet 13999 PS2.DWG Pump station structural detail sheet 13999 PS3.DWG Pump station equipment sheet 13999 TX1.DWG First tax plat. 13999 A1.DWG First addendum sheet LEGAL DOCUMENTS File Name Description 13999-01-11K121954-[E].DWG Easement plat for Locator #11K121954 13999-01-11K121954-E.DOC Legal description for easement on Locator #11K121954 13999-01-11K121954-TCE.DOC Legal description for TCE on Locator #11K121954 *.ORG Copy original drawing to this extension prior to making major alignment or design changes to a drawing (suggested). The District Representative must first approve any names for drawings that do not conform to the above. Page 29 of 60 Appendix B LAYER GUIDE FOR PLAN AND PROFILE, CROSS SECTION, COVER SHEET & STRIP MAP Layer Name Contents Line Type Color 0 Construction lines continuous white (7) 80 80 guide text continuous magenta (6) 100 100 guide text, leaders and misc 00 pen continuous white (7) 120 120 guide text and misc 0 pen continuous yellow (2) 140 140 guide text and misc 1 pen continuous green (3) 175 175 guide text and misc 2 pen continuous cyan (4) 200 200 guide text and misc 3 pen continuous blue (5) BANKS Tops and toes of creeks and tornado symbol continuous (9) BORDER Plan border, North arrow, etc. continuous cyan (4) BLDG Houses, shed garages, decks and assoc. text continuous red (1) CL Centerline of const. in plan and profile center2 magenta(6) CITY City boundary lines phantom2 blue (5) CONTROL Coordinates, control point and designator continuous white (7) DES Structure designator continuous cyan (4) DESIGNCL Engineering layer for drawing layout center2 (150) DESIGNPRO Engineering layer for drawing on profile continuous (150) DWGINFO Information about drawing, not for plotting continuous yellow (2) EXESMT Existing easements and assoc. text (120 guide) hidden2 yellow (2) EXGR Ex. ground line in profile and cross section dashed2 (9) EXHATCH Conc.limestone and all other ex hatching continuous (9) EXPRO Ex. pipes and structures in profile hidden2 yellow (2) EXSAN Existing sanitary lines in plan fence2 (45) EXSTM Existing storm lines in plan dashed2 green (3) FENCE Fences and associated text (100 guide) fence2 red (1) FL Flowline creek and assoc. text (100 guide) flowline2 red (1) GRID Grid lines continuous (8) NEWESMT New easmt lines and assoc. text (140 guide) dashed2 green (3) NEWHATCH All new hatching continuous magenta (6) NEWGR Proposed ground line in profile continuous (15) NEWPRO New construction in profile continuous cyan (4) NEWSAN New sanitary lines in plan continuous (12) NEWSTM New storm lines in plan continuous blue (5) ORIGPL Original property lines or old lot lines dashed2 red (1) PL Property lines and associated text continuous yellow (2) PVMT Pavements, curbs, and asphalt symbol continuous red (1) RADLINE Radius dimension lines dashed2 magenta (6) ROW Right of way continuous cyan (4) SHADOW1-4 1/4" shadow text continuous yellow (2) SHADOW3-8 3/8" shadow text continuous yellow (2) STRUC New and existing structures in plan continuous white (7) SUBD Subdivision boundary lines subdivision2 cyan (4) SWALE Flow direction arrows continuous yellow (2) TOPO Miscellaneous topo and assoc. text (100 guide) continuous (9) TREE Trees, bushes, hedges and text (100 guide) continuous (84) UTILITY Utility lines and assoc. text (100 guide) utility2 red (1) (Or specific utility linetype) Note: Survey points shall not be placed on the above layers use TOPOIN lisp routine or other methods Page 30 of 60 Appendix C LAYER INDEX FOR PLAN, PROFILE AND CROSS SECTIONS Item View Layer Comments Asphalt edge symbol Plan PVMT Asphalt pavement lines Plan PVMT Include assoc. text, 100 guide Barbecue grill or pit Plan TOPO Basketball goal Plan TOPO Bedding limits Xsect HID100 New layer - white, hidden2 Berms, ex. Plan BANKS Berms, new Plan NEWBERM New layer - yellow, contin. Bird Paraphernalia Plan TOPO Box culvert, ex All EXCHAN New layer - green, dashed2 Box culvert, inside Plan HID140 New layer - green, hidden2 Box culvert, new All NEWCHAN New layer - cyan, continuous Buildings Plan BLDG Bushes Plan TREE Center line Plan, Profile CL Center line Xsect XCL Clean out (vent) Plan TOPO Clothesline Plan TOPO Concrete hatching, ex. Plan PVMT Concrete hatch, new Plan NEWHATCH Concrete pvmt lines Plan PVMT Include assoc. text, 100 guide Construction limits Plan CONST LIMITS New Layer- cyan, dot2 Contours, existing Plan EXCON New layer - red, hidden2. Assoc. text, 100 guide Contours, 10' inc., ex. Plan EXCON10 New layer - red, dashed2 Contours, new Plan NEWCON New layer - yellow, continuous Control pt designator Plan CONTROL Control point symbol Plan CONTROL Coordinate text Plan CONTROL Culvert Pipe, existing Plan EXSTM Culvert pipe, new Plan NEWSTM Curb inlet, ex. & new Plan STRUC Curbs Plan PVMT Decks Plan BLDG Design Redups Plan DESIGNCL Layer for engineer or designer to work on Design redups Profile DESIGNPRO Layer for engineer to work on for profiles Dog House Plan TOPO Drain pipe, existing Plan, Profile EXDRAIN New layer color 9, hidden2.Assoc. text, 100 guide Drain pipe, new Plan, Profile NEWDRAIN New layer - green, continuous Driveways Plan PVMT Include assoc. text, 100 guide Easement, ex. Plan, Xsect EXESMT assoc. text, 100 layer Easement, hatching Plan NEWHATCH Easement, new Plan, Xsect NEWESMT assoc. text, 120 layer Fences Plan FENCE Fence, new Plan NEWFENCE New layer - green, fence2 Fire hydrant Plan UTILITY Flowline, ex. Plan, Profile FL Flowline, new Plan, Profile NEWFL New layer - green, flowline2 Gabions, existing Plan TOPO Gabions, existing Profile EXPRO Gabions, new Plan, Profile GABION New layer - cyan, continuous Garages (detached) Plan BLDG Call out det. garages on same layer, 100 guide Gardens Plan TOPO Gas line Plan UTILITY Include assoc. text, 100 guide Gas line symbols Plan UTILITY Grading limits Plan GRADELIMIT New layer - green, dashed2 Gravel, existing all EXHATCH Page 31 of 60 Item View Layer Comments Gravel, new all NEWHATCH Ground line, existing Profile, Xsect EXGR Ground line, proposed Profile, Xsect NEWGR Headwalls, ex. Plan TOPO Hedges Plan TREE Houses Plan BLDG House hatching Plan BLDG Hatching scale = drawing scale Inlet, ex. & new Plan STRUC Inlet MH, ex. & new Plan STRUC Iron pipe Plan CONTROL Landscape ties Plan TOPO Lateral, ex. Plan, Profile EXLAT New layer - magenta, hidden2 Lateral, new Plan, Profile NEWLAT New layer - green, dashed2 Light standard Plan TOPO Mail box Plan TOPO Match line Plan, Profile 200 Manhole, ex. & new Plan STRUC North arrow and Bar Scale Plan BORDER Patio edge lines Plan PVMT Payline limits Xsect 100 Perm. working room Easement WORKESMT Planters Plan TOPO Pools and pool equip. Plan TOPO Related text to be placed on topo layer Power pole Plan UTILITY Power pole guy wire Plan UTILITY Property lines Plan PL Property line break Plan PL Property line symbol Plan PL Property line Z or hook Plan PL Property owner names Plan 100 Pavement, New Plan NEWPVMT New Layer – green, continuous Radius lines Plan RADLINE Railroad ties, ex. Plan TOPO Retaining walls, ex. Plan, Profile TOPO Retaining walls, new Plan, Profile RETWALL New layer - cyan, continuous Right of way lines all ROW Rip rap, existing all EXHATCH Rip rap, new all NEWHATCH Sanitary line, ex. Plan EXSAN Sanitary line, ex. Profile, Xsect EXPRO Sanitary line, new Plan NEWSAN Sanitary line, new Profile, Xsect NEWPRO Sheds Plan BLDG Call out shed on BLDG layer, 100 guide Sheet piling, ex. Plan, Profile TOPO Sheet piling, new Plan, Profile SHEETPILE New layer - Cyan, continuous Sidewalks Plan PVMT Sinkhole Plan,Profile TOPO Stop sign Plan TOPO Storm channel, ex. All EXCHAN New layer - green, dashed2 Storm channel, new All NEWCHAN New layer - cyan, continuous Storm line, ex. Plan EXSTM Storm line, ex. Profile, Xsect EXPRO Storm line, new Plan NEWSTM Storm line, new Profile, Xsect NEWPRO Street name Plan 175 Include ROW width in parenthesize Structure designator all DES Stumps Plan TREE Subdivision line Plan SUBD Page 32 of 60 Item View Layer Comments Temp. Const. License Plan NEWEASMT Include assoc. text, 140 guide Testhole line and text Plan Profile 120 Testhole symbol Plan 120 Toes of bank or slope Plan BANKS Topo items Plan TOPO Include assoc. text, 100 guide Tops of bank or slope Plan BANKS Top left bank Profile EXGRLEFT New layer - dark green, dashed2 Top right bank Profile EXGRRIGHT New layer - red, hidden2 Tornado symbol Plan BANKS Traffic signal Plan TOPO Trees Plan TREE Walkways Plan PVMT Water line Plan UTILITY Include assoc. text, 100 guide Water line symbols Plan UTILITY U. S. survey line Plan PL Indicate line is U.S. survey line Utilities Plan UTILITY Include assoc. text, 100 guide Vent (sanitary) Plan TOPO Existing Topo features which are not indicated above and are not of great significance shall be placed on the TOPO layer. Page 33 of 60 Appendix D LAYERS INDEX FOR DETAILS Layer Name Contents Line Type Color 0 Construction lines continuous white (7) 80 80 guide text continuous magenta (6) 100 100 guide text, leaders and misc. 00 pen continuous white (7) 120 120 guide text and misc. 0 pen continuous yellow (2) 140 140 guide text and misc. 1 pen continuous green (3) 175 175 guide text and misc. 2 pen continuous cyan (4) 200 200 guide text and misc. 3 pen continuous blue (5) BORDER Detail border continuous cyan (4) CL Centerline center magenta(6) DASH100 Misc. 00 pen to be dashed dashed2 white (7) DASH120 Misc. 0 pen to be dashed dashed2 yellow (2) DASH140 Misc. 1 pen to be dashed dashed2 green (3) DWGINFO Information about drawing, not for plotting continuous yellow (2) EXCAV Actual line of excavation continuous yellow (2) EXGR Existing ground line hidden2 (9) EXHATCH Conc., limestone, and ex. hatching continuous (9) HID100 Misc. 00 pen to be hidden hidden2 white (7) HID120 Misc. 0 pen to be hidden hidden2 yellow (2) HID140 Misc. 1 pen to be hidden hidden2 green (3) NEWGR New ground line continuous (15) NEWHATCH All new hatching continuous magenta (6) PAYLINE Payline width for excavation dashed2 yellow (2) PIPE Pipes continuous yellow (2) REBAR Reinforcing steel dashed2 white (1) STRUCWALL Walls for structures continuous green (3) Page 34 of 60 Appendix E LAYERS INDEX FOR EASEMENTS AND TCE’S Layer Name Contents Line Type Color 0 Construction lines continuous white (7) 80 80 guide text continuous magenta (6) 100 100 guide text, leaders and misc. 00 pen continuous white (7) 120 120 guide text and misc. 0 pen continuous yellow (2) 140 140 guide text and misc. 1 pen continuous green (3) 175 175 guide text and misc. 2 pen continuous cyan (4) 200 200 guide text and misc. 3 pen continuous blue (5) AREA Area boundary continuous white (7) NOPLOT BORDER Easement border continuous cyan (4) CL Centerline of proposed easement center2 magenta(6) DEFPOINTS Information about drawing, not for plotting continuous white (7) EXESMT Existing Easements hidden2 yellow (2) NEWESMT New Easement dashed2 green (3) NEWHATCH Hatching of new easement continuous magenta (6) ORIGPL Original property lines dashed2 red (1) PL Property lines continuous yellow (2) RADLINE Curve radius lines hidden2 magenta (6) ROW Dedicated right-of-way lines continuous cyan (4) SHADOW1-4 Subdivision names continuous yellow (2) SUBD Subdivision limits Subdivision2 cyan (4) Page 35 of 60 Appendix F MSD AutoCAD® Customization Associated AutoCAD files This section deals with the MSD ACAD program. The District has composed a collection of files throughout the years and feels that it may be an asset to the CAD user preparing plans for the District. The District provides the following information with no warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The entire risk as to the quality of performance of the program is with you. The District does not warranty that the functions contained in the program will meet your requirements or that the operation of the program will be uninterrupted or error free. Copyright is not claimed as to any part of AutoCAD© software or derivative works based thereon. See msd-acad folder MSD Custom Pipe Catalog User will need to update the location of the MSD custom Pipes Catalog. See pipes-catalog folder To update location of MSD custom Pipes Catalog (refer to illustration below): 1. Under the [Home] tab. 2. Click [Create Design] panel. 3. Click [Set Pipe Network Catalog]. Page 36 of 60 4. The [Pipe Network Catalog Settings] window appears. (Refer to illustration to the right) 5. Under [Catalog folder:], browse to the folder that the above referenced pipes-catalog.zip file was extracted to. 6. Note: the “catalogs” will revert to “Metric”. You will need to manually change back to “US Imperial Pipe Catalog”. Page 37 of 60 Appendix G Page 38 of 60 Page 39 of 60 Appendix H SHEET LIBRARY The files included in sheet-library.zip are the sheet borders that shall be used when preparing plans for MSD. See sheet-library folder Page 40 of 60 Appendix I STRUCTURE AND DESIGNATOR SYMBOLS The files included in struck.zip are the structure blocks that shall be inserted when preparing plans for MSD. See struc folder MISCELLANEOUS SYMBOLS The files included in symbols.zip are the structure blocks that shall be inserted when preparing plans for MSD. See symbols folder Page 41 of 60 Appendix J TEMPLATE DRAWINGS Decimal Units - prototype drawing name MSDENG This is the prototype drawing that is loaded when you begin a new drawing (provide that instructions were followed in Appendix H to setup msdacad). The default layers for the MSDENG prototype drawing are listed in the layer guide section under layers for plan and profiles. The default text style is AutoCAD's simplex font. The default dimensioning text size is 100 Leroy Guide (this may be modified by changing the DIMTXT variable). When using decimal units the base unit is 1 foot. When drawing in AutoCAD all items shall be drawn at full scale i.e. A line that is 5.5 feet long would be drawn 5.5 feet long, and if you use AutoCAD LIST command to select the line, it will be listed with a length of 5.5 feet. The plot scale controls the drawing scale which appears on plotted output. The AutoCAD variables DIMSCALE and LTSCALE and text sized used must correspond to the plot scale. The following pages indicate the proper text sizes, DIMSCALE setting and LTSCALE setting to be used for the various plot scales. The default plot scale for this prototype is 1" = 20'. Default Units System of units: Decimal Number of digits to right of decimal point: 8 System of angle measure: Decimal Degrees Number of fractional places for display of angles: 8 Direction for angle 0.00000000: 0 Do you want angles measured clockwise: N Default Dimension Variable settings Variable Setting Description DIMALT Off* Alternate units selected DIMALTD 2* Alternate unit decimal places DIMAPOST No Suffix* Default suffix for alternate text DIMASO On* Create associative dimensions DIMASZ 0.1000 Arrow size DIMBLK None* Arrow block name DIMBLK None* First arrow block name DIMBLK2 None* Second arrow block name DIMCEN 0.0900* Center mark size DIMDLE 0.0000* Dimension line extension DIMDLI 0.3800* Dim. on line increment for continuation DIMEXE 0.1000 Extension above dimension line DIMEXO 0.0625* Extension line origin offset DIMLFAC 1.0000* Linear unit scale factor DIMLIN Off* Generate dimension limits DIMPOST No Suffix* Default suffix for dimension text DIMRND 0.0000* Rounding value Variable Setting Description DIMSAH Off* Separate arrow blocks DIMSCALE 20 Overall scale factor DIMSE1 Off* Suppress the first extension line DIMSE2 Off* Suppress the second extension line DIMSHO Off* Update dimensions while dragging DIMSOXD Off* Suppress outside extension dimension DIMTAD Off* Place text above the dimension line DIMTIH On* Text inside extensions is horizontal DIMTIX Off* Place text inside extensions DIMTM 0.0000* Minus tolerance DIMTOFL Off* Force Line inside extension lines DIMTOH On* Text outside extensions is horizontal DIMTOL Off* General dimension tolerances DIMTP 0.0000* Plus tolerance DIMTSZ 0.0000* Tick size DIMTVP 0.0000* Text vertical position DIMTXT 0.1000 Text height DIMZIN 0* Zero suppression * Default Value Page 42 of 60 The following pages show typical scales which civil plans are drawn at. The DIMSCALE and LTSCALE must correspond to the plot scale. These control dashing of lines, dimension text size and size of symbols inserted from the menu. The SETSCALE lisp routine can be used to change these values. Text heights: Plotted height is the actual size in inches that the text will be plotted out at for each Leroy guide. Drawing height is the actual number that is typed in at the text height prompt of the text command. Plot Scale 1" = 5' DIMSCALE: 5 LTSCALE: 5 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 0.400 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 0.500 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 0.600 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 0.700 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 0.875 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 1.000 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 1.250 Plot Scale 1" = 10' DIMSCALE: 10 LTSCALE: 10 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 0.80 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 1.00 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 1.20 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 1.40 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 1.75 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 2.00 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 2.50 Plot Scale: 1" = 20' DIMSCALE: 20 LTSCALE: 20 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 1.6 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 2.0 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 2.4 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 2.8 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 3.5 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 4.0 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 5.0 Page 43 of 60 Plot Scale: 1" = 30' DIMSCALE: 30 LTSCALE: 30 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 2.40 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 3.00 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 3.60 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 4.20 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 5.25 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 6.00 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 7.50 Plot Scale: 1" = 40' DIMSCALE: 40 LTSCALE: 20 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 3.20 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 4.00 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 4.80 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 5.60 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 7.00 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 8.00 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 10.00 Plot Scale: 1" = 50' DIMSCALE: 50 LTSCALE: 25 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 4.00 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 5.00 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 6.00 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 7.00 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 8.75 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 10.0 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 12.50 Plot Scale: 1" = 60' DIMSCALE: 60 LTSCALE: 60 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 4.8 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 6.0 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 7.2 Page 44 of 60 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 8.4 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 10.5 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 12.0 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 15.0 Plot Scale: 1" = 80' DIMSCALE: 80 LTSCALE: 80 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 6.4 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 8.0 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 9.6 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 11.2 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 14.0 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 16.0 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 20.0 Plot Scale: 1" = 100' DIMSCALE: 100 LTSCALE: 100 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 8.0 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 10.0 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 12.0 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 14.0 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 17.5 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 20.0 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 25.0 Plot Scale: 1" = 200' DIMSCALE: 200 LTSCALE: 100 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 16.0 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 20.0 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 24.0 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 28.0 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 35.0 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 40.0 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 50.0 Plot Scale: 1" = 500' DIMSCALE: 500 LTSCALE: 500 Page 45 of 60 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 40.0 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 50.0 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 60.0 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 70.0 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 87.5 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 100.0 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 125.0 Plot Scale: 1" = 1000' DIMSCALE: 1000 LTSCALE: 1000 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 80 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 100 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 120 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 140 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 175 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 200 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 250 Plot Scale: 1" = 2000' DIMSCALE: 2000 LTSCALE: 2000 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 160 LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 200 LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 240 LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 280 LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 350 LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 400 1/4" Shadow Guide 0.250" 500 Architectural Units - template drawing name MSDARCH To load this prototype start a new drawing, enter the name, then type =C:\MSDACAD\PROTO\MSDARCH. The default layers for the MSDARCH prototype drawing are listed in the layer guide section under layers for details. The default text style is AutoCAD's simplex font. The default dimensioning text size is 80 Leroy Guide (this may be modified by changing the DIMTXT variable). Page 46 of 60 When using Architectural units the base unit is 1 inch. When drawing in AutoCAD all items shall be drawn at full scale i.e. a line that is 5' 3" long would be drawn 5' 3" long, if you use the AutoCAD LIST command, select the line the distance listed would be 5' 3". The plot scale controls the drawing scale which appears on the plotted output. AutoCAD variables DIMSCALE and LTSCALE and the text size must correspond to the plot scale. The following pages indicate the proper text sizes, DIMSCALE setting and LTSCALE setting to be used for various plot scales. The default plot scale for this prototype is 1/2" = 1'. Default Units System of units: Architectural Denominator of smallest fraction to display: 64 System of angle measure: Decimal Degrees Number of fractional places for display of angles: 8 Direction for angle 0.00000000: 0 Do you want angles measured clockwise: N Default Dimension Variable settings Variable Setting Description DIMALT Off* Alternate units selected DIMALTD 2* Alternate unit decimal places DIMALTF 25.4000* Alternate unit scale factor DIMAPOST No Suffix* Default suffix for alternate text DIMASO On* Create associative dimensions DIMASZ 0.1000 Arrow size DIMBLK None* Arrow block name DIMBLK1 None* First arrow block name DIMBLK2 None* Second arrow block name DIMCEN 0.0900* Center mark size DIMDLE 0.0000* Dimension line extension DIMDLI 0.3800* Dimension line increment for continuation DIMEXE 0.1000 Extension above dimension line DIMEXO 0.0625* Extension line origin offset DIMLFAC 1.0000* Linear unit scale factor DIMLIN Off* Generate dimension limits DIMPOST No Suffix* Default suffix for dimension text DIMRND 0.0000* Rounding value Variable Setting Description DIMSAH Off* Separate arrow blocks DIMSCALE 24 Overall scale factor DIMSE1 Off* Suppress the first extension line DIMSE2 Off* Suppress the second extension line DIMSHO Off* Update dimensions while dragging DIMSOXD Off* Suppress outside extension dimension DIMTAD Off* Place text above the dimension line DIMTIH On* Text inside extensions is horizontal DIMTIX Off* Place text inside extensions DIMTM 0.0000* Minus tolerance DIMTOFL Off* Force Line inside extension lines DIMTOH On* Text outside extensions is horizontal DIMTOL Off* General dimension tolerances DIMTP 0.0000* Plus tolerance DIMTSZ 0.0000* Tick size DIMTVP 0.0000* Text vertical position DIMTXT 0.0800 Text height DIMZIN 0* Zero suppression * Default Value Page 47 of 60 The following pages show typical scales which civil plans are drawn at. The DIMSCALE and LTSCALE must correspond to the plot scale. These control dashing of lines, dimension text size and size of symbols inserted from the menu. The SETSCALE lisp routine can be used to change these values. Text heights: Plotted height is the actual size in inches that the text will be plotted out at for each Leroy guide. Drawing height is the actual number that is typed in at the text height prompt of the text command. Plot Scale: 1/16" = 1' (1" = 16' or 1" = 192") DIMSCALE: 192 LTSCALE: 192 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 15.36" (15 23/64") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 19.20" (19 13/64") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 23.04" (23 3/64") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 28.88" (13 7/8") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 33.60" (33 19/32") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 38.40" (38 13/32") Plot Scale: 3/32" = 1' (1" = 10.6667' or 1" = 128") DIMSCALE: 128 LTSCALE: 128 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 10.24" (10 15/64") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 12.80" (12 51/64") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 15.36" (15 23/64") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 17.92" (17 59/64") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 22.40" (22 13/32") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 25.60" (25 19/32") Plot Scale: 1/8" = 1' (1" = 8' or 1" = 96") DIMSCALE: 96 LTSCALE: 96 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 7.68" (7 11/16") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 9.60" (9 19/32") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 11.52" (11 33/64") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 13.44" (13 7/16") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 16.80" (16 51/64") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 19.20" (19 13/64") Plot Scale: 3/16" = 1' (1" = 5.3333' or 1" = 64") DIMSCALE: 64 Page 48 of 60 LTSCALE: 64 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 5.12" (5 1/8") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 6.40" (6 13/32") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 7.68" (7 11/16") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 8.96" (8 61/64") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 11.20" (11 13/64") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 12.80" (12 51/64") Plot Scale: 1/4" = 1' (1" = 4' or 1" = 48") DIMSCALE: 48 LTSCALE: 48 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 3.84" (3 27/32") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 4.80" (4 51/64") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 5.76" (5 49/64") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 6.72" (6 23/32") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 8.40" (8 13/32") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 9.60" (9 19/32") Plot Scale: 3/8" = 1' (1" = 2.667 or 1" = 32") DIMSCALE: 32 Ltscale: 32 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 2.56" (2 9/16") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 3.20" (3 13/64") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 3.84" (3 27/64") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 4.48" (4 31/64") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 5.60" (5 19/32") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 6.40" (6 13/32") Plot Scale: 1/2" = 1' (1" = 2' or 1" = 24") DIMSCALE: 24 LTSCALE: 24 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 1.92" (1 59/64") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 2.40" (2 13/32") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 2.88" (2 7/8") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 3.36" (3 23/64") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 4.20" (4 13/64") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 4.80" (4 51/64") Plot Scale: 3/4" = 1' (1" = 1.3333' or 1" = 16") Page 49 of 60 DIMSCALE: 16 LTSCALE: 16 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 1.28" (1 9/32) LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 1.60" (1 19/32") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 1.92" (1 59/64") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 2.24" (2 15/64") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 2.80" (2 51/64") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 3.20" (3 13/64") Plot Scale: 1" = 1' (1" = 1' or 1" = 12") DIMSCALE: 12 Ltscale: 12 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 0.96" (0 61/64") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 1.20" (1 13/64") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 1.44" (1 7/16") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 1.68" (1 11/16") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 2.10" (2 3/32") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 2.40" (2 13/32") Plot Scale: 1 1/2" = 1' (1" = 0.6667' or 1" = 8") DIMSCALE: 8 LTSCALE: 8 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 0.64" (0 41/64") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 0.80" (0 51/64") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 0.96" (0 61/64") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 1.12" (1 1/8") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 1.40" (1 13/32") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 1.60" (1 19/32") Plot Scale: 3" = 1' (1" = 0.3333' or 1" = 4") DIMSCALE: 4 LTSCALE: 4 Text Heights Letter Guide Plotted Height Drawing Height LeRoy 80 Guide 0.080" 0.32" (0 5/16") LeRoy 100 Guide 0.100" 0.40" (0 13/32") LeRoy 120 Guide 0.120" 0.48" (0 31/64") LeRoy 140 Guide 0.140" 0.56" (0 9/16") LeRoy 175 Guide 0.175" 0.70" (0 45/64") LeRoy 200 Guide 0.200" 0.80" (0 51/64") Page 50 of 60 Appendix K SAMPLE DRAWINGS The files below are the sample drawings that shall be used when preparing sewer plans and strip maps. See example-dwg folder Plans – St. Louis Place 17999-[C1-X4].DWG Strip Map SMSAMPLE1.DWG SMSAMPLE-INSERT.DWG SM-TEMPLATE.DWT (Strip map Template) As-Built AS-BUILT SCHEMATIC EXAMPLE.DWG Page 51 of 60 Appendix L LEGAL DOCUMENTS The files below are samples of how legal documents associated with sewer projects are to be prepared. The Easement / TCE Checklist is to be used when preparing Easements and Temporary Construction Easement. TCE – Temporary Construction Easement STE – Subterranean Easement See legal-docs folder Easement & Temporary Construction Easement Sample Drawings and Associated Checklist Easement (Subdivision Lot) – 13999-01-11K121954-[E].DWG Easement (Metes & Bounds) – 13999-01-11K121954-[E]1.DWG Easement with TCE – 13999-01-11K121954-[E-TCE].DWG Subterranean Easement – 13999-01-11K121954-[STE].DWG Template Drawing – ESMTPLAT.DWG Easement / TCE Checklist – ESMT-CKLIST.DOC Condemnation Document Samples Easement Cover Sheet – ESMT-COVER.DOC Page 52 of 60 Appendix M FIELD INFORMATION The files below are samples of how field notes, cut sheets, point description codes, construction staking and final sheets are to be prepared. See field-info folder Field Notes FIELDNOTES.DOC is a word document that contains a scanned set of sample field notes. Point Descriptor Codes DESCRIPTORS.DOC is a word document that contains a scanned Point Descriptor Code Book. Electronic Cut-Sheet CUTSHEET PROTO.XLS is an Excel file for making cutsheets. The District does not warranty this file in any way. Page 53 of 60 Appendix N NON STANDARD DETAIL The Non-Standard Details book is a collection of CADD generated drawings from different past projects. These drawings can be used as guides in new projects as a starting point for creating new drawings. The engineer in considering these references should remember that structural calculations should be performed to modify these drawings to his project’s conditions. While these drawings have been taken from past projects, errors may exist. Any errors should be brought to MSD’s attention for correction. All the drawing files listed below can be downloaded at http://www.msd.st-louis.mo.us/ Full size plan sheets are available upon request. See non-standard-dwg folder TABLE OF CONTENTS NAME PLOT SCALE FILE BOX CLULVERT 1. BOX CULVERT ¼ = 1’ BOXCV01 2. SECTION 1” = 12” BOXCV02 3. HEAD & TOE WALL 1” = 12” BOXCV03 4. DETAIL SHEET 1” = 12” BOXCV04 5. CONNECTING – CULVERTS ¾ “=1’ BOXCV05 6. BOX SECTION 1”=1’ BOXCV06 CHAMBERS 1. CHAMBER FOR 66” & 48” PIPE 1” = 2’ CHAMB01 2. JUNCTION PLAN ½” = 1’ CHAMB02 3. SLUICE GATE STRUCK 1” = 4’ CHAMB03 4. SLUICE GATE MOUNT DDT’S 1” = 10’ CHAMB04 5. JC FOR 33” PIPE ½” = 1’ CHAMB05 CHANNELS 1. CHANNEL DETAIL SHEET ½” = 1’ CHAN01 2. DESIGN CHANNEL FORM ½” = 1’ CHAN02 3. DESIGN CHANNEL TABLE ½” = 1’ CHAN03 4. WIDE VERT. CHAN. ¼” = 1’ CHAN04 5. GENERAL NOTES ¼” = 1’ CHAN05 6. TRAPEZOIDAL SECTION ½” = 1’ CHAN06 7. TANS. SEC. ½” = 1’ CHAN07 Page 54 of 60 8. TOE WALL ½” = 1’ CHAN08 9. CUTOFF WALL ½” = 1’ CHAN09 10. CUTOFF WALL (CHAN. PAVING) ¾” = 1’ CHAN10 11. WEEP HOLES ½” = 1’ CHAN11 12. EXPANSION JOINT 1” = 1’ CHAN12 13. FOOTING EXPANSION JOINT ½” = 1’ CHAN13 14. OPENNING REINFORCEMENT 3/8” = 1’ CHAN14 15. SEWER DISCHARGE IN CHANNEL ¾” = 1’ CHAN15 16. SEWER CROSSING ¼” = 1’ CHAN16 17. FOOTBRIDGE DETAIL ¼” = 1’ CHAN17 18. FOOTBRIDGE DETAIL TABLE ¼” = 1’ CHAN18 19. CHANNEL RAMP 1” = 400’ CHAN19 20. SLOPE PROTEC. ½” = 1’ CHAN20 21. BANK PROTECT I 1” = 3’ CHAN 21 22. BANK PROTECT II 1” = 3’ CHAN22 23. BANK PROTECT III 1” = 3’ CHAN23 24. BANK PROTECT IV 1” = 3’ CHAN24 25. BANK PROTECT V 1” = 3’ CHAN25 26. BANK PROTECT VI 1” = 3’ CHAN26 27. BANK PROTECT VII 1” = 4’ CHAN27 28. GEO WEB 1” = 1’ CHAN28 FENCES 1. FEN. POST IN EARTH 1” = 1’ FENCE01 2. FEN. POST IN CHANNEL (TRAP) 1” = 1’ FENCE02 3. POST PLACEMENT EX, WALL ½” = 1’ FENCE03 4. POST PLACEMENT (VERT.) 1” = 1’ FENCE04 5. FENCE INSTALLATION 1” = 2’ FENCE05 6. LOCKING DEVICE (GATE) 1” = 1’ FENCE06 7. ENTRANCE GATE (PIPE) ½” = 1’ FENCE07 8. ENTRANCE GATE (CHAIN) 1” = 2’ FENCE08 9. CHAIN LINK GATE (6 FT. HIGH) ½” = 1’ FENCE09 10. BOLLARD ½” = 1’ FENCE10 MANHOLES/INLETS 1. R.C. MANHOLE CAP 3/8” = 1’ MHINL01 2. TRAPPED DRAIN (CITY OF ST. LOUIS) ½” = 1’ MHINL02 3. SPECIAL TRAPPED INLET ½” = 1’ MHINL03 4. SPECIAL INLET MANHOLE ½” = 1’ MHINL04 5. SPEC MH TOP #1 ½” = 1’ MHINL05 6. SPEC. MANHOLE TOP ½” = 1’ MHINL06 7. SPECIAL INLET TOP (UNEVEN SILLS) ½” = 1’ MHINL07 8. TRENCH DRAIN DETAILS (W/MH) 1” = 1’ MHINL08 9. TRENCH DRAIN NO. II (W/O MH) 1” = 1’ MHINL09 10. DROP STORM MH ½” = 1’ MHINL10 11. SPEC MH TOP #2 ½” = 1’ MHINL11 Page 55 of 60 12. SPEC MH ON 42” PIPE ½” = 1’ MHINL12 13. DROP STRUCTURE ½” = 1’ MHINL13 14. SPECIAL GRATE INLET ½” = 1’ MHINL14 15. SPEC MH – 3 WAY 42” PIPE ½” = 1’ MHINL15 16. DOUBLE INLET (1) ½” = 1’ MHINL16 PAVEMENT 1. HANDICAP RAMP 1” = 20’ PVMT01 2. TYPICAL SECTION (ASPH-CONC) 1” = 1’ PVMT02 3. ROLLED CURB 1” = 1’ PVMT03 4. HIGH VERT. CURB 1” = 1’ PVMT04 PIPES 1. PRECAST BULKHEAD ½” = 1’ PIPES01 2. MASTER TRAP 1” = 1’ PIPES02 3. SUB -RELIEF ¼” = 1’ (NO FILE AVAILABLE) 4. BEDDING FOR FLEX PIPE 1” = 1’ PIPES04 5. SPECIAL BEDDING 1” = 1’ PIPES05 6. CLEAN OUT ON FRENCH DRAIN 1” = 3’ PIPES06 7. UNDERDRAIN ½ ” = 1’ PIPES07 PUMPS & FORCE MAINS 1. THRUST BLOCKS ½” = 1’ PUMP01 2. AIR & VACUUM MH ½” = 1’ PUMP02 3. AIR RELEASE 1” = 1’ PUMP03 4. AIR VALVE MH ½” = 1’ PUMP04 5. F M DISCHARGE 3/8” = 1’ PUMP05 6. ANTENNA POLE ½” = 1’ PUMP06 7. 7A. LADDER-UP LADDER-UP 6” = 1’ 6” = 1’ PUMP07 PUMP07A 8. PUMP DETAILS I 1” = 1’ PUMP08 9. PUMP DETAILS II 1” = 1’ PUMP09 10. PUMP DETAILS III 1” = 1’ PUMP10 11. 11A. PUMP DETAILS IV PUMP DETAILS IV 1” = 1’ 1” = 1’ PUMP11 PUMP11A 12. PUMP SPEC’S I 1” = 1’ PUMP12 13. PUMP SPEC’S II 1” = 1’ PUMP13 14. SITE PLAN 1” = 4’ PUMP14 Page 56 of 60 SITE WORK 1. SILT CONTROL 1” = 1’ SITE01 2. TIE RET. WALL DETAIL 1” = 20’ SITE02 3. WATER SERVICE VAULT 1” = 1’ SITE03 4. WATER SERVICE 1” = 1’ SITE04 5. WATER METER 1” = 1’ SITE05 6. SWALE DETAIL 1” = 4’ SITE06 7. SIGNS I 1” = 1’ SITE07 8. SIGNS II 1” = 400’ SITE08 Page 57 of 60 Appendix O LONGITUDINAL PROFILE The Long Profile Survey shall provide plan and profile views of the channel thalweg, the deepest part of the channel, to be used for a geomorphic analysis. The elevations shall be consistent with MSD’s standards. The coordinate system shall be in State Plane Coordinates. Surveying These points should be described as necessary for relocation: • Stationing endpoint • Stationing checkpoints at least every 500 feet • Prominent landmarks Thalweg: Take as many shots as necessary to define any slope breaks in the long profile, pools, and riffles. In segments where the channel is flat and without pools, riffles, or other undulations in channel slope, a minimum of one shot shall be taken every 20 feet. See Figures 1 and 2. Other required survey shots include: • Bed elevation in deepest part of the channel (thalweg) at the selected station • Water surface elevation (if applicable) at each bed elevation point riffle head riffle tail pool riffle = bed and water surface shot Channel with pool/riffle structure • Shots wherever water surface elevation changes. • Shots at bed slope breaks. Figure 1. Channel bed and water surface elevation points for a channel with pool riffle structure. This covers most channels with slopes of 1% or less. The points should be taken at minimum 20-foot horizontal intervals and should accurately define breaks in bed slope and abrupt breaks in water surface slope. Page 58 of 60 Minor Tributaries: Should a minor tributary be discovered that discharges into the main channel being surveyed, the surveyor shall long profile survey 200 feet of the minor tributary beginning at the confluence tie into the main stem. The station of the confluence of the minor tributary must be noted and described on the survey in plan and profile. Structures: As encountered, record station and elevation of: • Flared End Sections: Locate and define the floor of flared end sections on stream culverts. Use a minimum of three shots each for the front edge (sill) and the culvert/flared end section edge. Make sure to take a flow line shot and distance to the next upstream structure (including top and flowline) feeding the flared end to determine slope. Use additional shots as necessary. • Culverts: Locate and define the upstream and downstream edges of each culvert box, call out the culvert size, length and type (example: Double 10’x12’ – 120’ - Concrete Culvert), Make sure to take shots of the flow line of each individual culvert at the up and down stream edge to determine slope. Should the culvert be the furthest up or down stream limit, make sure to extend the long profile 50 feet up or down stream of that limit. • Bridges: Locate and define the bridge opening by shooting a section at the up and down stream face to define the channel section, the support structure and the lower cord of the bridge. Set a BM on all bridge abutments or convenient location. Should the bridge be the furthest up or down stream limit, make sure to extend the long profile 50 feet up or down stream of that limit. If a well-defined “water line” is visible, obtain the elevation of the “water line” in several locations. • Roadway and foot path crossings: Locate and define the centerline of the roadway or footbridge, the lower cord of the roadway or foot bridge. • Storm water structures (i.e. outlet pipes, etc.): Locate and define flow line elevation and sill at the outfall and at the next upstream juncture, pipe diameter and type for all structures that empty into the channel. = bed elevation shot Steep channel with no pool/riffle structure Water surface shots not necessary unless significant pools present. Define channel slope and general degree of bed roughness. Figure 2. Long profile elevation shots for a high-slope channel with no pool-riffle structure. Water surface elevations are not taken unless significant pools exist. Page 59 of 60 • Locate and define elevations, limits, size and type of all permanent structure in or along the channel (i.e. retaining walls, sanitary sewer crossings or other utility crossings or bridges). • Locate and define prominent landmarks convenient for location on aerial photographs and maps. Entry of gullies and tributaries, major utilities, bridges, etc. • Note other structures as encountered. Provide stations and elevations for the thalweg and existing structures (i.e. storm water outlets, utility crossings, retaining walls or bridges) Stationing and Annotation • Stationing line: The station line shall follow the thalweg. The thalweg station line typically meanders from bank to bank and in and out of pools. • Endpoints: The stationing shall start at station 0+00. This point will be paint and chisel marked, if at all possible, and clearly described. The 0+00 station shall be at the downstream limit of the long profile survey. • Station markers: Flagged lath stakes shall be set in banks at each 100-foot station. If possible, set the station stakes up on the bank to avoid loss during high water flows. Additionally, tie flagging to a tree or shrub overhanging the channel to further mark station locations. • Stationing and Elevation Benchmarks (BMs) checkpoints: These BMs shall be set at locations convenient for a surveyor working in the channel to sight with a laser level. Additionally, tie flagging to a tree or shrub overhanging the channel to further mark BM locations. BMs shall be clearly marked and described. In order to make stationing recoverable for several years, semi-permanent stationing checkpoints shall be established and recorded approximately every 1000 feet of channel length and at the beginning and the end of the project reach. These semi-permanent marks can be BM hubs, storm sewer structures (such as outfalls), bridges, etc. BMs should be marked and recorded, or set, if necessary, in conjunction with stationing checkpoints. Existing fixed structures such as storm water outlets, bridge supports, bedrock outcrops, concrete retaining walls, etc. can be used. BMs should be marked by means of paint, chisel, and/or P-K nail in order to remain visible for at least three years. Note: Left Descending Bank and Right Descending Bank are always described when facing downstream. Deliverables for Long Profiles The following deliverables are required. o A digitally signed and sealed (see 2.010.09) file of the long profile survey shall be provided in portable document format (PDF). o Flag and label hundred foot stations (1+00, 2+00, etc.) along the channel so field scientists and engineers can walk the channel after the survey and easily identify the location of items by station. o Space Delimited Text File of survey points. o Provide electronic drawing file of the survey in plan view. This can be combined with the boundary and topographic survey submittal drawing if appropriate. Text and line types shall be scaled to a 1”-20’ scale. Page 60 of 60 o Provide electronic drawing file of the thalweg in profile view. The electronic profile drawing may be combined with the plan view drawing. Profile text and line types shall be scaled to 1”=20’ horizontal and 1”=5’ vertical. o A table of BMs including location by station, left or right bank and description of form (whether chiseled mark or spike) for each BM. The list shall include the State Plane Coordinates for each BM. o Original Field notes. See section 4.030 for additional instructions