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


Review DateStatusComment(s)
7/8/2013 FYIRESUBMITTED: The plans have been re-submitted, and the disapproved issues have been addressed as follows: **PLEASE NOTE** ALL COMMENTS FOUND ON PREVIOUS PLAN REVIEWS REMAIN ENFORCEABLE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN THIS REVIEW. 1) Termination points were idientified on plan sheet by DAT, M2.0 dated 6/25/13. OK ATTENTION: 2) 44 Gallons of Flammable liquids were declared on the chemical inventory sheets attached in the resubmittal. The declaration form states that this facility is below permit amounts, however, 44 gallons of flammable liquids does exceed the permit amounts and therefore, this facility is required to enroll in the annual operational hazardous materials permit program. It appears that most of this material will be stored and mixed in the paint mixing area. An annual fee and inspection applies. The amount of Flammable IB does not exceed the MAQs, for unsprinklered (120 gal). No control areas were identified. Plan reviewer has reviewed this facility as one control area, therefore all hazardous materials are limited to one control area. *** During the construction inspection, please coordinate with the Jay Weightman, Hazardous Materials Specialist- Inspector for this facility, regarding storage, spill control, and additional inventory information and reporting. If the unreported (at this time) materials exceed MAQs additional construction requirements may apply or drive facility modifications. Contact the Div of the Fire Marshal to schedule your hazmat inspections @ 719-385-5978. 3) The chemical inventory is inaccurate or incomplete. The CSFD Triage form states that welding and used oil, and antifreeze storage tanks will be located at this facility, however, no information on the chemical inventory regarding these materials was reported. Please provide all information. Product, chemical, hazard class, amounts and storage locations. 4) Mfr. brochure cut sheets were provided. OK 5) ATTENTION: PLAN REVIEWER REDLINE COMMENTS ON MIXING ROOM CLASSIFIED SAME AS PAINT BOOTHS IS REQUIRED. PLEASE CONTACT PPRBD ELECTRICAL TO REVIEW AND RELEASE FOR PERMIT THIS REQUIREMENT. AND SPILL CONTROL IS REQUIRED FOR THIS AREA.
FYI6) ABOVE GROUND FUEL TANKS The CSFD requires a Construction Permit for the installation of any aboveground fuel tank in excess of 60 gallons. This facility reports five aboveground storage tanks shall be installed the service/repair garage. Flammable and combustible liquids shall comply with the IFC 2003 CHAPTERS 34 AND 27 as amended, and NFPA 30. It is the responsibility of the TANK INSTALLER to submit an application for the tank installation permit prior to installation. The tank installer shall submit to : Kay Yeager CSFD Office of the Fire Marshal 375 Printers Parkway A full set of the tank manufacturer's cut sheets, a declaration of contained volume, a declaration of tank contents and a to scale site plan of the tank location with respect to walls, other structures, property lines, drive lanes, reduced size construction plan sheets if applicable, etc. When a potential exists for impact to the tanks, the tanks will be required to have vehicular protection diagrammed and installed in accordance with the 2003 IFC, Chapter 3. Any associated piping shall be diagramed and submitted as well. Note: Additional fees shall be applied for a tank installation permits.
FYIABOVE GROUND FUEL TANKS The design, fabrication and construction of tanks shall comply with NFPA 30. Each tank shall bear a permanent nameplate or marking indicating the standard used as the basis of design. The materials used in tank construction shall be in accordance with NFPA 30. Tanks shall be designed for the pressures to which they will be subjected in accordance with NFPA 30. Tanks storing Class I, II and IIIA liquids inside buildings shall be equipped with a device or other means to prevent overflow into the building including, but not limited to: a float valve; a preset meter on the fill line; a valve actuated by the weight of the tanks contents; a low head pump which is incapable of producing overflow; or a liquid-tight overflow pipe at least one pipe size larger than the fill pipe and discharging by gravity back to the outside source of liquid or to an approved location.
6/27/2013 FYI*****(STANDARD COMMENT) This project is: DMI Collision, 512 E Fillmore Pl: interior and exterior remodel including 2 new paint booths Date of Plans: 6.12.13 You can access our web site for the latest fire department plan review comments: 1. From, select PLAN REVIEW then FIND PLANS next COLORADO SPRINGS 2. Scroll down to the correct address. You may then select APPROVED/DISAPPROVED to view comments associated with that particular project.
DisapprovedThe PPRBD Code Study Form (Section 4.0) does NOT indicate the scope of work includes hazardous materials. Yet, the CSFD hazmat Triage form identifies hazardous materials and activities. This form instructs user to provide a Hazardous Material Inventory Statement. This Inventory Statement was within the submitted plan set, however, INCOMPLETE DATA SUBMITTED Hazardous materials inventory statement. When required by the chief, each application for a permit shall include a hazardous materials inventory statement (HMIS). International Fire Code - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PLANS AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENTS section 2.1 provides guidance on the minimum information required to complete an HMIS. A separate HMIS shall be provided for each building, including its appurtenant structures, and each exterior facility in which hazardous materials are stored. The hazardous materials inventory statement shall list by hazard class all hazardous materials stored. The hazardous materials inventory statement shall include the following information for each hazardous material listed: 1. Hazard class. 2. Common or trade name. 3. Chemical name, major constituents and concentrations if a mixture. If a waste, the waste category. 4. Chemical Abstract Service number (CAS number) found in 29 Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.). 5. Whether the material is pure or a mixture, and whether the material is a solid, liquid or gas. 6. Maximum aggregate quantity stored at any one time. 7. Storage conditions related to the storage type, temperature and pressure. If, during the plan review process, changes to the HMIS are identified by the owner, user, subcontractor, or submitter of the HMIS then the following guidance is provided on when to notify CSFD. An amended HMIS shall be provided within 30 days of the storage of any hazardous materials which changes or adds a hazard class or which is sufficient in quantity to cause an increase in the quantity which exceeds 5 percent for any hazard class. ATTENTION: PLEASE SEE PRE SUBMITTAL MEETING NOTES FROM CONTRACTOR AND PLAN REVIEWER.
DisapprovedCHEMICAL INVENTORY - DISAPPROVED *** No chemical inventory was provided with the plans. **** Resubmit with chemical inventory. See additional review comments. Please contact CSFD Kay Yeager, Hazardous Materials Program Coord. @ 719-385-7356 if you have questions or additional information regarding chemical inventory.
DisapprovedIndicate on the plans the locations of all hazardous materials storage as well as indicate how the hazardous materials will be stored (i.e. flam cabinets, shelves, floor, drums, etc.)
DisapprovedSPRAY BOOTH AND CABIN CUT SHEET SPECIFICATION INFORMATION NOT PROVIDED OR ATTACHED ***Please provide cut sheets or specification sheets for the booths. This provides useful information in order to complete a plan review
DisapprovedMIXING ROOM ATTENTION: Mixing room shall be required to be in accordance with NFPA 33 Standard, Section 8.3 (current edition) Please resubmit and show compliance with the list below: *** Mixing room is required to be designed to contain a spill; *** Mixing room is required to be electrically classified the same as enclosed spray booths; *** Additional requirements as applicable in NFPA 33, 8.3 Mixing room shall not exceed 150 sf (mixing room is 90 sf).---OK 59 sf
Disapproved1504.7.6 Termination point. The termination point for exhaust ducts discharging to the atmosphere shall not be less than the following distances: 1. Ducts conveying explosive or flammable vapors, fumes or dusts: 30 feet (9144 mm) from the property line; 10 feet (3048 mm) from openings into the building; 6 feet (1829 mm) from exterior walls and roofs; 30 feet (9144 mm) from combustible walls or openings into the building that are in the direction of the exhaust discharge; 10 feet (3048 mm) above adjoining grade. 2. Other product-conveying outlets: 10 feet (3048 mm) from the property line; 3 feet (914 mm) from exterior walls and roofs; 10 feet (3048 mm) from openings into the building; 10 feet (3048 mm) above adjoining grade. **DISAPPROVED ATTENTION: Not shown on plans. SHOW ROOF TERMINATION POINTS ON PLANS AND DELINEATE ALL distances to property line RESUBMIT and declare compliance with the above requirement.
FYIADDITIONAL SUBMITTALS Fire extinguishing system shall be required in accordance with Table 903.2.13, of the IFC 2009, as amended. *****ATTENTION Special hazard suppression systems shall be required to submit for plan review and necessary permits to the CSFD, Fire Systems Plans Reviewer. ****Submit plans and application to the CSFD-DRE, 2880 International Circle. You may contact Ms. Withee, CSFD, Fire Systems Plans Reviewer, at 719-385-7361 for questions or additional information. Plan reviews are based on the requirements found within the 2009 editions of the International Building Code, International Fire Code and the most recent editions of the NFPA standards as applicable. *** PLANS INDICATE A FIRE SUPRESSION SYSTEM WILL BE INSTALLED.


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