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C.
A 100% erosion/sediment control submission, incorporating the 35% Submission comments and
detailed design elements, shall be provided at the 60% or four (4) weeks before the 100%
Submission.
D.
In the 100% erosion/sediment control submission the A/E shall provide contract documents which
are complete and present functional cost-effective erosion/sediment control measures, satisfying
all submission requirements necessary for review and approval by the appropriate jurisdiction.
E.
The A/E shall deliver all submissions to EFA CHES and not to the subject jurisdiction. The
A/E shall obtain from the project AIC/EIC an erosion/sediment control/stormwater management
handout containing up-to-date EFA CHES standards and procedures.
F.
The A/E shall edit and modify NFGS 01575 to incorporate the appropriate erosion and sediment
control measures. When the area of site disturbance is five acres or more, edit NFGS 01575 to
require the prime contractor and applicable subcontractors to submit the appropriate Notice of
Intent (NOI) and Notice of Termination (NOT) forms (as required for coverage under the
applicable Federal and/or State NPDES general construction permit). When the area of site
disturbance is five acres or more, the A/E shall also prepare an NOI Form for submission and
signature by the government. Submit the NOI Form with the final ESC Submission.
3.22 Stormwater Management
A.
The A/E shall prepare stormwater management documents for review and approval by the
appropriate jurisdiction, when necessitated by site disturbance in excess of that which would allow
exemption.
B.
For projects requiring stormwater management, the A/E shall always address the requirements of
the State and Navy criteria, and shall not base the design on county or local standards without
explicit direction from EFA CHES.
C.
The draft stormwater management submission shall be included in the 35% Submission. It shall
contain all pertinent computations, site-specific information, upstream and downstream data, and
resulting conclusions as necessary for a thorough assessment of the design intent.
D.
A 100% stormwater management submission, incorporating 35% Submission comments and
detailed design elements, shall be provided at the 60% or four (4) weeks before the 100%
Submission, if a 60% Submission is not required.
E.
In the 100% stormwater management submission, the A/E shall provide all necessary
permit/waiver application forms. The 100% stormwater management report and the Civil portion
of the contract documents shall be complete, and present a functional, cost-effective stormwater
management design solution based on the stormwater management report. The 100% stormwater
management submission shall satisfy all submission requirements necessary for review and
approval by the appropriate jurisdiction.
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