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NOTE - THE NOTED DISAPPROVED ITEMS MAY NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE LIST OF VIOLATIONS. THE DESIGNER IS TO CONDUCT A COMPLETE RE-REVIEW OF THE PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL VIOLATIONS OF THE STANDARD COMMENTS AND INCORRECT INFORMATION PRIOR TO RESUBMITTING.

 System plans must be picked up within 30 days. All system plans left longer than 30 days will be discarded as abandoned.

PENROSE HOSPITAL
02222 NEVADA AV

Review DateStatusComment(s)
1/30/2013 FYI*****(STANDARD COMMENT) REVISION: Revision Sequence: 1 Scope of Revision: remove elevators 8 and 9 from scope of work Date of Revision: 1.24.13
2/24/2011 FYI*****(STANDARD COMMENT 1) This project is: Penrose Hospital, 2222 N Nevada Av: retrofit sprinklers into elevator machine rooms; also retrofit elevators with shunt trip You can access our web site for the latest fire department plan review comments: 1. From www.springsgov.com, select CITY AGENCIES then FIRE 2. Click on FIRE CODE ENFORCEMENT. 3. Click on REVIEW PLANS STATUS in the gray box 4. Then select VIEW PLAN REVIEW STATUS. 5. Scroll down to the correct address. You may then select APPROVED/DISAPPROVED to view comments associated with that particular project.
FYI*****(STANDARD COMMENT 5) Fire alarm system is being installed by: GREEN ELECTRIC, DESIGNED BY CSSC This plan review is based on the requirements found within the 2003 Editions of the International Building Code, International Fire Code and the related Standards.
FYI*****(STANDARD COMMENT 7) Scope of Work: ADD SMOKE/HEAT DETECTION TO ELEVATOR MACHINE ROOMS FOR ELEVATOR SHUNT TRIP. 1. Heat detection used for shunt trip shall be installed within 24-inches of the fire sprinkler. 2. Time delay for the power shunt shall equal the time it takes for the Elevator to travel from teh top of the hoistway to the lowest recall (primary) level. 3. Control Circuits to shut down elevator power shall be monitored for the presence of operating voltage in accordance with 21.4.4.
FYI*****(COMMERCIAL) BATTERY CALCULATIONS - EXISTING PANEL This is an existing fire alarm system and no change is being made to the existing panel. Battery standby is designed for 24 hours The existing fire panel (Node 3) is shown to be provided with two 12 volt /----55---- AH batteries. The plans indicate the batteries will be wired in SERIES to provide 24 volts @ --55------ AH supplying a current draw of ----43.675----- AH. This appears to meet the battery calculation requirements.
FYI(STANDARD COMMENT 9) CERTIFICATE OF INSTALLATION Attached to these approved plans is the "Certificate of Installation". It is the installers responsibility to certify, through the use of this form, that the system has been properly installed and tested. The form is to be filled out in its entirety PRIOR TO THE ARRIVAL OF THE FIRE INSPECTOR conducting the final inspection and/or the acceptance test of the system. FINAL INSPECTIONS WILL NOT BE CONDUCTED WITHOUT THIS FORM BEING COMPLETED. At the time of this inspection the Fire Inspector will expect ALL devices involved in this fire alarm project to be tested. The installer should be aware of the fact that in a larger facility there may by a need to isolate the fire alarm system to only the area being tested. This testing method may be needed in such buildings as Hospitals, High Rise office buildings, and Malls to name a few. Regardless of how the fire alarm test is going to be conducted the alarm installer is to insure that building owner and/or manager and the General Contractor has been informed of the test criteria, time and date of the test, and have given their approval. NOTE - Fire alarm installers shall also complete the "RECORD OF COMPLETION" forms prior to scheduling a fire alarm final. A copy of this form can be found in NFPA 72.
FYI(STANDARD COMMENT 10) INSPECTIONS A minimum of 2-business days notice is required for all inspections. Due to work loads, holidays, meetings, vacations, etc...the CSFD cannot guarantee a 2-business day turnaround on all inspections. PLEASE help yourself by helping us - call your inspections in with ample time to allow adequate scheduling. When calling, please have your complete CSFD plan review number(s) ready for each inspection request. ( i.e. 20001234 - HM -2 or 20000012 - CN - 1) The CSFD Approved sets of plans are to be on site for all inspections.
Attention(STANDARD COMMENT) RCE - SCHEDULING INSPECTIONS: Your assigned Inspector is Rhonda Embres. You may contact her at 719-385-7369 to schedule all construction related inspection activities.
Attention(STANDARD COMMENT 11) ROUGH-IN PERMIT AND INSPECTIONS: All Fire Alarm systems wiring installed within the City of Colorado Springs must be inspected by the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department PRIOR TO the Fire Final on the system. This will require the installing contractor to obtain a Rough-In Permit issued by the Regional Building Department. Please call RBD at 327-2880 for additional information on how to obtain this permit.
FYI(STANDARD COMMENT 13) LICENSED INSTALLER An On-Site Installer shall supervise all on-site work on any fire alarm project. This On-Site Installer shall have a current Installer Certificate (RBD Wallet Card), on his person, while on the job site.
FYI(STANDARD COMMENT 14) MANUFACTURER'S PRODUCT DATA The approved set of Fire Alarm plans, manufacture's product data sheets on all equipment being installed, and the installation permit are to be on site for all fire department inspections.
FYI(STANDARD COMMENT 19) PLAN REVIEW/PERMIT FEES All fire department fees are to be paid prior to issuance of any permits. These fees must be paid directly to the Colorado Springs Fire Department - Development Review Enterprise - at 2880 International Circle - Suite 200-7.
FYI(STANDARD COMMENT) REVIEWS: Colorado Springs Fire Department construction reviews are based upon information provided on the drawings and/or the attached reference material. Issues or features that are not presented within the construction documents are assumed to be complaint with applicable codes/standards. It is the responsibility of the building owner to ensure the minimum code requirements are met as established by the Authority Having Jurisdiction, whether or not the requirements are specifically indicated on the submitted construction documents. The CSFD has reviewed the submittal in accordance with the fire code requirements of the 2003 International Fire Code, CSFD local amendments, City Code Standards, and applicable NFPA Standards. All plan review comments are subject to final on-site field inspections, and testing by the CSFD.


 

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