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NW Marine Drive/Chancellor Boulevard/East Mall Intersection Redesign : Detailed Design Report Chen, Aaron; Waine, Daniel; van Agteren, Gerad; Jorgensen, Janet; Mathur, Kanish; Ranchal, Pearl Apr 8, 2016

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 UBC Social Ecological Economic Development Studies (SEEDS) Student ReportAaron Chen, Daniel Waine, Gerad van Agteren, Janet Jorgensen, Kanish Mathur, Pearl RanchalNW Marine Drive/Chancellor Boulevard/East Mall Intersection RedesignCIVL 446April 08, 201614792153University of British Columbia Disclaimer: “UBC SEEDS Program provides students with the opportunity to share the findings of their studies, as well as their opinions, conclusions and recommendations with the UBC community. The reader should bear in mind that this is a student project/report and is not an official document of UBC. Furthermore readers should bear in mind that these reports may not reflect the current status of activities at UBC. We urge you to contact the research persons mentioned in a report or a SEEDS team representative about the current status of the subject matter of a project/report”.		 NW Marine Drive/Chancellor Boulevard/East Mall Intersection Redesign     Detailed Design Report   Client: UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program & UBC Campus and Community Planning Proponent: Van Augustine Consultants (Team #5) Aaron Chen  Daniel Waine  Gerad van Agteren  Janet Jorgensen Kanish Mathur  Pearl Ranchal  April 8, 2016     NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   	 Van  August ine  Consu l tan ts   April 2016   	Executive Summary  Van Augustine Consultants proposes the construction of a single lane roundabout at the intersection of NW Marine Drive, East Mall, and Chancellor Boulevard in order to provide a safer alternative to the current non-standard intersection layout. The single lane roundabout increases user safety by reducing vehicle speeds, reducing the number of conflict areas, and decreasing potential collision angles to angles less than 90 degrees. The new design also creates less driver confusion, and promotes sustainability by better accommodating pedestrians and cyclists. Stormwater management was a major criteria and was considered in depth during the design phase. This report builds on the Detailed Design Summary Report and Presentation delivered to UBC Campus and Community Planning February 29, 2016.  A major development since the preliminary design phase was the proposal of a bike parking facility, the Bike Garden.  This showcase gateway feature realizes UBC’s mission for sustainability and commitment to alternative modes of transportation. This facility provides storage for 84 bikes north of Allard Hall. The Bike Garden is a steel frame structure featuring a green roof and integration with the newly proposed stormwater management system. An Issued for Tender Structural and envelope drawing set is included in the report. In a stormwater management context, cliff erosion along the northern edge of the campus has been a major concern for UBC. Therefore, minimizing infiltration and controlling surface runoff were key design parameters. Specifically, the detailed stormwater management design provides a reduction in the volume of runoff by lowering the impervious-to-pervious area ratio through the addition of rain gardens and pervious pavers, and better collection of surface run-off by adding six new catch basins. Furthermore, the additional captured stormwater will be diverted through a Stormceptor Oil and Grit separator and to an 800m3 underground stormwater detention facility allowing for attenuation and controlled release of stormwater to the minor system during high flow events. The project team has consulted with the Langley Concrete Group and Ibrium Systems for the sizing of the Stormceptor system to ensure water quality standards are sufficient to use captured stormwater for irrigation of the on-site landscaping, the bike garden green roof, and the Rose Garden. For the detailed design of the proposal, guidance was sought from the UBC 2015 Integrated Stormwater Management Plan and the Metro Vancouver 2012 Stormwater Source Control Guidelines. The project (roundabout, Bike Garden, landscaping and drainage) is estimated to cost $1.59 million for a September 2016 delivery. In terms of construction staging, Bike Garden construction begins May 1st, 2016, and roadwork beings June 3rd, 2016. This staging avoids potential conflicts between roadwork and the traffic surges associated with the annual UBC graduation ceremonies hosted at Chan Centre situated to the immediate southwest of the subject intersection. Furthermore, the majority of all roadwork will be performed with comprehensive traffic management and only periodic detours and partial closures. The redesigned intersection will be commissioned in time for September 1st. Van Augustine Consultants will continue to involve stakeholders in the final stages of design. Crossing agreement requests will be sent to utility providers and a meeting will be setup with Metro Vancouver to mitigate any right-of-way conflicts. The project team will also seek input on the construction staging plan from the stakeholders including nearby residents, intersection users, and nearby event facility managers. Their input will be essential in ensuring that the construction of the new roundabout will be efficient and user friendly. The engagement plan involves a public open house, an online feedback forum, and the creation of the project website with information and updates regarding the project.        NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   	 Van  August ine  Consu l tan ts   April 2016   	Table of Contents 1  Introduction .............................................................................................................. 1 .0 Project Objectives ............................................................................................................. 1 1.1 Project Scope ................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Report Organization .......................................................................................................... 2 1.3 Team Contributions To Detailed Design ............................................................................. 3 1.4 Existing Conditions and Design Constraints .............................................................. 4 2.0 Transportation Infrastructure ............................................................................................. 5 2.1 Utilities .............................................................................................................................. 5 2.2 Key Design Constraints ..................................................................................................... 6 2.3 Design Criteria .......................................................................................................... 8 3.0 Design Criteria ................................................................................................................... 8 3.1 Regulatory Considerations and Design Standards ............................................................. 9 3.2 Preliminary Design Recommendations .................................................................... 10 4.0 Traffic Forecasting ........................................................................................................... 10 4.1 Intersection Options and Evaluation ................................................................................. 11 4.2 Recommendations .......................................................................................................... 12 4.3 Roadway Design ..................................................................................................... 13 5.0 Geometric Design ........................................................................................................... 14 5.1 Survey Layout and Site Profile ......................................................................................... 15 5.2 Pedestrian and Cycling Connectivity ................................................................................ 15 5.3 Pavement Design ............................................................................................................ 16 5.4 Utility Coordination .......................................................................................................... 18 5.5 Integrated Stormwater Management Strategy ......................................................... 19 6.0 Exiting Conditions ........................................................................................................... 19 6.1 Technical Guidelines and Site Specific Targets ................................................................ 21 6.2 Absorbent Landscaping and Pervious Surface Cover ...................................................... 22 6.3 Catchbasin Relocations ................................................................................................... 24 6.4 On-site Stormwater Treatment and Detention ................................................................. 25 6.5 Gateway Feature ..................................................................................................... 27 7.0 Integration With UBC Planning Objectives ....................................................................... 27 7.1 Structural Design ............................................................................................................. 28 7.2 Architectural, Landscape and Sustainability Considerations ............................................. 30 7.3 Construction Planning ............................................................................................. 32 8.0 Construction Schedule .................................................................................................... 32 8.1 Construction Staging Plan ............................................................................................... 33 8.2 Pre-Tender Cost Estimate ............................................................................................... 34 8.3 Risk Assessment ............................................................................................................. 36 8.4 Stakeholder Engagement ................................................................................................ 38 8.5 Closing ................................................................................................................... 40 9.0References ...................................................................................................................... 42      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   	 Van  August ine  Consu l tan ts   April 2016   	 APPENDICES Appendix A IFT Drawing Set  Appendix B Site Photos  Appendix C Conceptual Design Options  Appendix D Stormwater Design  Appendix E Structural Design   Appendix F Construction Schedule  Appendix G  Pre-Tender Cost Estimate Appendix H Permit Application Forms  Appendix I Risk Assessment   Appendix J Stakeholder Engagement             NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   	 Van  August ine  Consu l tan ts   April 2016   	LIST OF FIGURES  Figure 1: Land Ownership near Project Intersection ....................................................................... 4 Figure 2: Aerial View if Exiting Intersection ..................................................................................... 4 Figure 3: Exiting Utilities ................................................................................................................. 6 Figure 4: Key Site Constraints and Design Considerations ............................................................. 7 Figure 5 Daily Person Trips to UBC 1997-2012 ........................................................................... 10 Figure 6: Proposed Intersection Layout ....................................................................................... 13 Figure 7: Cycist Ramp Detail ........................................................................................................ 16 Figure 8: Typical Pavement Section ............................................................................................. 17 Figure 9: UBC Storm Sewer Catchments .................................................................................... 19 Figure 10: Point Grey Subsurface Conditions ............................................................................... 20 Figure 11: Ponding Along North Curb Alignment .......................................................................... 20 Figure 12: Typical Rain Garden Detail .......................................................................................... 23 Figure 13: Permeable Truck Apron Detail ..................................................................................... 24 Figure 14: Type C Catchbasin Capture Curves ............................................................................ 25 Figure 15: Double Trap StormTrap System .................................................................................. 26 Figure 16: Stormceptor Oil and Grit Separator System ................................................................ 26 Figure 17: Bike Garden and Surroundings ................................................................................... 27 Figure 18: Roof Framing Plan ...................................................................................................... 29 Figure 19: West Elevation ............................................................................................................ 29 Figure 20: Bike Garden North West View ..................................................................................... 30 Figure 21: Cedar Siding Detail ..................................................................................................... 31 Figure 22: Construction Phasing .................................................................................................. 33 Figure 23: Possible Property Encroachment Area ........................................................................ 37 Figure 24: Stakeholder Engagement Plan .................................................................................... 39         NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   	 Van  August ine  Consu l tan ts   April 2016   	LIST OF TABLES Table 1:Project Team Contributions to Detailed Design ................................................................. 3 Table 2: Design Criteria ................................................................................................................. 8 Table 3: Projected Change in Intersection Volumes      2014 - 2030 ............................................ 10 Table 4: Multi-Criteria Decision Matrix Results .............................................................................. 11 Table 5: Geometric Design Summary .......................................................................................... 14 Table 6: Pavement Material Specifications ................................................................................... 17 Table 7: Federal and Provincial Stromwater Design Guidelines and Targets ................................. 21 Table 8: Pre vs Post Development Flow Rates ............................................................................. 22 Table 9: Summary of Design Loading .......................................................................................... 28 Table 10: Green Roof Planting Schedule ..................................................................................... 31 Table 11: Key Project Milestones ................................................................................................. 33 Table 12: Pre-Tender Cost Estimate ............................................................................................ 34 Table 13: Key Project Risks ......................................................................................................... 36          NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   	 Van  August ine  Consu l tan ts   April 2016   	List of Abbreviations  BC  British Columbia   BCBC  British Columbia Building Code CCC  Construction Completion Certificate  CSA  Canadian Standards Association  ESAL   Equivalent Single Axial Loading  FHWA  Federal Highway Association (for the United States) IFC  Issued For Construction  IFT  Issue for Tender  ISMP  Integrated Stormwater Management Plan MoTI  Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (for the Province of British Columbia) MSU  Medium Single Unit Truck (refer to TAC Geometric Design Manual) NBCC  National Building Code of Canada NW  Northwest RAP  Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement  TAC  Transportation Association of Canada WB-19  Semitrailer Classification (refer to TAC Geometric Design Manual) WB-21  Semitrailer Classification (refer to TAC Geometric Design Manual) UBC  University of British Columbia       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 1 	 Introduction 1.0Van Augustine Consultants has been retained by UBC Campus and Community Planning to redesign the NW Marine Drive, Chancellor Blvd. and East Mall Intersection. This report summarizes the detailed design of the intersection with the intent to provide details for UBC Campus and Community Planning and other stakeholders.  Project Objectives 1.1Located at the north end of campus, the intersection sits at the confluence of UBC Campus, the University Endowment Lands and Pacific Spirit Park and serves as one of the five gateways to UBC’s Point Grey Campus. The primary objective of this redesign project is to propose a safer and more efficient alternative to the current layout of the intersection. This redesign aims to better accommodate all elements of the traffic spectrum including heavy vehicles, bikes and pedestrians while aligning the intersection space with UBC's sustainability and transportation goals.  Project Scope 1.2As mentioned earlier, the current non-standard configuration of the intersection results in inefficient and unsafe operation during peak periods. This detailed design report builds on the results and feedback from the NW Marine Drive / Chancellor Boulevard / East Mall Intersection Redesign Detailed Design Summary Report from February 2016, and covers the scope of work outlined below: • Gather, review and forecast existing site and traffic data.  • Model existing site and traffic conditions to test prospective intersection configurations, control types, and orientations.  • Select and develop the best-suited intersection design using the client-submitted design criteria. • Develop a detailed design roadway concept that offers operational improvements to the existing intersection and features the intersection as a gateway to UBC’s Point Grey Campus.  • Deliver the Bike Garden’s structural design complete with the green roof, and in accordance with CSA A23.3-14 and CSA S16-14. • Prepare a stakeholder engagement and communication plan. • Prepare detailed cost and construction schedules with a construction start date of May 1, 2016. • Prepare a set of issued-for-tender design drawings complete with sections, plans, elevations, and details for the roadwork, the associated pavement structure, and the Bike Garden.      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 2 	 Report Organization 1.3The layout of this report follows the key stages in the design process. It begins with a clear outline of the existing site conditions and identifies key considerations addressed in the design process. The next section outlines design criteria and lists the design standards reinvent to the intersection design. Section 4 summarized work completed in the conceptual and preliminary design phases and the recommendations put fourth in the Preliminary Design Report.  Section 5, highlights key elements of the roadway design that were refined during th detailed design process. A key feature of the proposed roundabout is an integrated stormwater management system outlined in Section 6. The stormwater system ties the roadway and the gateway feature together into the underground stormwater storage tank. The gateway feature, the Bike Garden, is described in Section 7, which includes details on architecture considerations and structural design.  Section eight covers the construction planning efforts that assure the project is ready for a May 1, 2016 Start Date.  Included in this section is a detailed construction schedule, construction phasing plan, pre-tender cost estimate, risk assessment and stakeholder engagement strategy. The report’s final section provides a summary of the key project elements and outlines final revision process that will lead to the issue of the project tender.  A set of construction drawing have been prepared for review prior to the issue of tender April 11, 2016. A list of drawings is included below; the full drawing package can be found in Appendix A. Additional design detailed and supporting information in provided in Appendix B through J.   Issue for Tender Drawing Set (Refer to Appendix A) A0  Plan Rendering A1  Traffic and Signing A2  Geometric Design A3.1  Existing Storm System A3.2 Proposed Storm Water Management Plan A4  IP Ratio A5  Phase 3: Removals and Detour Road Construction A6  Phase 4: South Chancellor BLVD Construction A7  Phase 5: East Mall Construction A8  Phase 6: NE Marine Drive Construction A9  Phase 7 Roundabout Construction A10  Phase8: North Chancellor BLVD and East Mall Construction A11  Roadway Sections S0  UBC Bike Garden 3D View S1  UBC Bike Garden Ground Floor S2  UBC Bike Garden Roof Framing S3  UBC Bike Garden West Elevation  D1  Roof Assembly 1 D2  Roof Assembly 2 D3  Wall Assembly 1 D4 Asphalt Assemblies  D5  Rain Garden Details        NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 3 	  Team Contributions To Detailed Design 1.4The following table summarizes the contributions of each team member to development of the detailed design and the compilation of this report. Contributions are organized by report sections and identify primary and secondary contributors as well and reviewer roles.. Separate categories have been included for drafting as a considerable amount of time and effort was dedicated to this task.  Table 1:Project Team Contributions to Detailed Design   Report Component  Primary Contributor Secondary Contributor Reviewer   Executive Summary  1.0 Introduction  2.0 Existing Conditions 3.0 Design Criteria  4.0 Preliminary Design Recommendations 5.0 Roadway Design  6.0 Stormwater Design  7.0 Gateway Feature  8.0 Construction Planning 9.0 Closing  DW KM PR GVA KM GVA JJ DW PR JJ  PR GVA JJ JJ DW JJ AC KM GVA PR  JJ DW GVA PR JJ PR GVA GVA JJ KM Design  / Project Element Primary Contributor Secondary Contributor Reviewer  Roadway Design – Geometric Layout Roadway Design – Pavement Structure  Pedestrian/Cycling Facilities + Signage Stormwater Design – Overland Flow Stormwater Design – Minor System Upgrades Stormwater Design – Rain Gardens  Bike Garden – Structural Design  Bike Garden – Envelope + Green Roof  Roadway Design Drawings & Drafting  Gateway Feature Drawings & Rendering  Quantities and Cost Estimate Construction Schedule & Staging  Stakeholder Engagement Strategy  Risk Assessment  Report Compilation   GVA GVA GVA JJ JJ JJ KM/DW GVA  GVA KM/DW  PR JJ JJ PR  PR  DW DW JJ PR AC PR GVA KM/DW  JJ GVA  KM GVA DW KM  KM  KM KM PR GVA GVA GVA PR JJ  DW PR  JJ DW KM DW  All      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 4 	 Existing Conditions and Design Constraints 2.0Located at the north end of campus, the intersection sits at the confluence of UBC Campus, the University Endowment Lands and Pacific Spirit Park as shown in Figure 1. Figure 2 identifies adjacent landowners and facilities including the Chan Centre of Preforming Arts, Allard Hall Law School, Chancellor Place University Neighborhood and University Endowment Lands and Metro Vancouver as the owner of Pacific Spirit Park. The intersection itself is maintained and operated by BC Ministry of Transportation Infrastructure (MoTI). This section provides an overview of the site features relevant to the intersection redesign.    Figure 1: Land Ownership near Project Intersection (UBC, 2012)  Figure 2: Aerial View if Exiting Intersection            (Image Source: Google Maps)   	       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 5 	 Transportation Infrastructure  2.1The intersection in question is at the north end of campus, at the end of East Mall. Chancellor Boulevard begins at the intersection and heads east, NW Marine approaches from the west and turns north. The east-west roads have right of way, and the north-south roads are controlled by stop signs. The intersection slopes down south to north, and is relatively flat east to west. Key aspects of the roadway network are described below:           • Roadway Classification:  the through route on NW Marine Dr. and Chancellor Blvd. as a community shuttle route; the western leg of NW Marine Dr. as a collector road; and both the northern leg of NW Marine Dr. and Chancellor Blvd. as arterial roads with bike traffic (UBC, 2014).  • Cycling Facilities:  Bike lanes are clearly marked for bike traffic in all direction for roads east, west, and south of the subject intersection. However, no separate bike lane is provided along either direction of the northern leg of NW Marine Dr. • Pedestrian Facilities: A pedestrian crosswalk across Chancellor Blvd. is situated to the immediate east of the intersection. For the western leg of Marine Dr, and East Mall, pedestrian crosswalks are moved 60m and 80m away from the intersection, respectively. No crosswalk is present across the northern part of NW Marine Dr. • Transit: Two transit stops, one for either direction, are present west of the intersection along NW Marine Dr. These two stops are the only transit access stops present within a 400m radius of the intersection and are part of Tranlink’s community shuttle route.  • Emergency Vehicle Access: An emergency vehicle access point is along westbound NW Marine drive on the West side of the intersection.   Utilities 2.2The high density of utilities present at the intersection is an important design consideration. Figure 3 below proves a schematic of the existing utilities present of the intersection. The deep and shallow utilities present within the project boundary are summarized below.       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 6 	 Figure 3: Exiting Utilities  (Image Source: Krista Falkner, 2015) 	• Deep Utilities: Several sanitary lines converge at the center of the intersection. A storm main zigzags across the intersection connecting a series of manholes and several small feeder lines. Each of these two utilities are connected through a large number of manholes across the project site. Two water mains are present to on the west side of the project site but are unlikely to impact the project.   • Shallow Utilities: There are several streetlights of varying decorative standards lining the streets on the three sides of the intersection while the northern alignment of NW Marine Drive does not have street lighting. Two gas lines, one along either shoulder, are embedded along Cecil Green Park Rd. to the south west of the intersection. These lines are fed by a line buried along the western shoulder of Iona Drive. Two power and electrical ducts are installed south of the East Mall pedestrian crosswalk. Additionally, a small portion of the sidewalk along the northern shoulder of NW Marine Dr.’s western alignment.  Key Design Constraints 2.3The existing, non-standard intersection configuration and surrounding project area presents a number of issues and constraints that have been addressed through the design process. Key site constraints and      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 7 	design considerations are summarized below and identified in Figure 4. Specific site details documented through site visits are included in Appendix B for further reference. • Shifts in horizontal alignment across the intersection and skewed approaches on the north and south sides of the intersection,  • Insufficient connectivity of pedestrian facilities,  • Excessive signage and an unconventional centre median that are inconsistent with user expectation, • Surface drainage and ponding on the north curb alignment observed during site visits,  • Bus stops and emergency vehicle access points that need to be accommodated throughout construction.  • A lager number of landowners and university facilities and stakeholders to engage throughout design and construction processes.   Figure 4: Key Site Constraints and Design Considerations       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 8 	 Design Criteria  3.0Throughout the conceptual, preliminary and detailed design phases; the project team has worked to address these key site concerns by evaluating all design decisions using a comprehensive set of design criteria. This section includes a brief overview of each design criteria category as well summary design guidelines and regulatory considerations relevant to the project.   Design Criteria  3.1Using objectives outlined in the RFP, as well as the goals and targets outlined in the 2014 Transportation Plan, UBC Campus Plan, and UBC Land Use Plan, the project team has established a comprehensive set of design criteria. These criteria have been organized into three broad categories: safety, operational efficiency and sustainability as shown below in Table 2. A comprehensive list of design criteria can be found in the Preliminary Design Report.  Table 2: Design Criteria Safety Operational Efficiency Sustainability:  Tipple Bottom Line • Collision points and severity  • Intersection sight distance  • Signage  • Lighting  • Emergency Access  • Synchro Outputs: v/c ratio, LOS, Delay and Queue Length  • Accommodation of event volumes • Accommodation of cyclists, pedestrians and transit  • Social: Gateway Feature, Traffic Noise, protection of pedestrian core, constructability  • Economic: Capital costs, life cycle cost, risk/uncertainty  • Environmental: change in impervious area, stormwater management, and alignment with UBC planning objectives.  Typically, Van Augustine Consultants would recommend that the design criteria be developed in consultation with UBC Campus and Community Planning and targeted stakeholder groups. However, schedule constraints and project limitations did not permit such engagement at the design development stage. As extensive stakeholder engagement was completed as part of the 2014 UBC Transpiration Plan and the construction of the 16th Avenue Westbrook Mall roundabout. Stakeholder reports from the 16th Avenue Roundabout construction and targets and goals outlined in UBC planning documents were assumed to represent stakeholder interests and used to inform the priority weighting in the evaluation of the intersection.  	       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 9 	 Regulatory Considerations and Design Standards  3.2UBC Planning Documents including the UBC 20-Year Sustainability Strategy (2015), UBC Campus Plan (2012) and the UBC Transportation Plan (2014) have been foundational to the design development process. Key documents that have been used to establish technical design criteria and minimum design standards for specific design elements are included below:  Roadway Design • Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) Geometric Design Guidelines (1999) • BC Ministry of Transportation Supplement to TAC Geometric Design Guidelines (2007) • Kansas Roundabout Design Manual (2014) • MoTI Manual of Standard Traffic Signs and Pavement Markings (2000) • MoTI Pavement Strucutre Design Guidelines (2015) • As requested by UBC, all intersection movements were designed to accommodate a WB-17 design vehicle with through movements along Chancellor Blvd and NW Marine Drive able to accommodate a WB-20 design vehicle. Stormwater Design  • DFO Canada Urban Stormwater Management Guidelines and Best Practices, (2001) • BC Stormwater Management Guidebook (2002) • Metro Vancouver Stormwater Source Control Guideline (2012)  • UBC Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (2015) Structural Design  • National Building Code of Canada (2010) • British Columbia Building Code (2012) • CSA A 23.3-14 Design of Concrete Structures (2014) • CSA S16-09 Steel Design Handbook – 10th Edition (2009) • CSA S136-12 North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members  As a retrofit project where design standards for new construction could not be met, emphasis was placed on demonstrating an improvement in safety and performance over the existing condition.       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 10 	 Preliminary Design Recommendations 4.0During the conceptual design phase, the Project Team considered three intersection options. These designs were evaluated against the design criteria and a single lane roundabout was selected as a preferred option. The preliminary design phase largely focused on developing the geometric configuration of the roundabout to optimize the operational efficiency and safety design criteria. This section summarizes the options considered, key aspects of the early design development and justification for the proposed design. A detailed account of the preliminary design decisions can be found in the Preliminary Design Report submitted to the UBC SEEDs Sustainability Program on December 4, 2015.   Traffic Forecasting 4.1Design traffic volumes for the 2030 horizon were generated by augmenting the client-supplied traffic counts with the campus growth projections identified in the UBC 2014 Transportation Plan and data from UBC Transportation Status Reports. A summary historical transportation trends to and from UBC Campus and the forecasted percent change in intersection volumes at the project intersection between 2014 and 2030 is provided in Figure 5 and Table 3 respectively.  Figure 5 Daily Person Trips to UBC 1997-2012 (UBC, 2014)  Table 3: Projected Change in Intersection Volumes      2014 - 2030 Mode Choice Percent Change 2014 - 2030 SOV -14% Heavy Vehicles 38% Bikes -37% Pedestrians -27%  As the subject intersection provides thoroughfare for the Chan Centre and the Museum of Anthropology (MOA), additional trips were generated and distributed around the intersection to account for attendance at events held at both facilities. This produced an additional 473 passenger moving through the intersection in the east-west direction and an additional 53 passenger cars accessing the event facilities via the North Leg of NW Marine Drive. Event volumes both arriving and leaving the campus were modeled in conjunction with p.m. peak hour traffic to ensure the proposed intersection configurations are able to accommodate higher than normal traffic volumes both during and outside of peak hour traffic.      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 11 	 Intersection Options and Evaluation 4.2Three intersection concepts were developed to address the safety and operational efficiency issues at the intersection. As required by BC Ministry of Transportation, a roundabout was considered as a first option.  Two convention intersection configurations were also developed. Each conventional layout offered options for either signal or two-way stop controls with restrictions to intersections movements where required to ensure safety.  Figures of each conceptual design option are included in Appendix C.  The a.m. and p.m. peak hour operating conditions at the intersection were modeled using the Synchro software package based on the methodology outlined in the Transportation Research Board Highway Capacity Manual. The existing intersection configuration and each proposed configuration was assessed based on the level of operating service (LOS), volume to capacity ratio (v/c), average vehicle delay and 95th percentile queue length. These assessments were performed for current traffic volumes, design volumes at the 2030 horizon year, and also under event volume spikes. Detailed outputs from the traffic analysis can be found in the Preliminary Design Report.  In order to numerically and objectively evaluate the design options a Multi-Criteria Decision Matrix (MCDM) was implemented. This process allows for an objective and logical approach to the determination of a recommendation. The design criteria were evaluated by weighing and normalizing the assigned scores for each criterion. Evaluation results were normalized at two levels, within each design criteria category, and again between categories based on both the priority assigned to each individual criterion and to the criteria categories. Table 4 summarizes the evaluation results based the overall design criteria categories. A more detailed explanation the design evaluation can be found in the Preliminary Design Report.  Table 4: Multi-Criteria Decision Matrix Results Criteria Category Priority Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Safety 5.00 8.9 6.6 7.7 Operational Efficiency 3.50 9.1 6.7 7.7 Sustainability 1.50 7.3 8.5 7.4 Total 10 8.7 6.9 7.7  	       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 12 	 Recommendations 4.3Based on the results of the MCDM, a single lane roundabout (option 1) configuration was recommended. The key design features of the proposed preliminary design are summarized below:  Safety benefits include:  • Forced reduction in speed upon approach giving drivers more time to react and avoid potential conflicts with other vehicles, bikers, and pedestrians. • A reduction in the number of potential conflict points between vehicles, bikes, and pedestrians and the elimination of more severe head-on and T-bone types of collisions. • Shorter crossing distances and reduce crossing delays which intern reduces the number of illegal pedestrian crossings. Operational efficiency benefits include:  • Reduced traffic delays and queue lengths. Traffic models indicate that a single lane roundabout provides equivalent or improved LOS under peak hour and event traffic demands.  • Increased capacity. The roundabout significantly outperformed the conventional intersection options under higher event volumes in the Syncro traffic models Sustainability features include:  • Increased in total pervious area due to narrower lanes and opportunities to use permeable paving stones at the truck apron.  • Reduced noise and emissions due to lever speeds, less idling and less instances where vehicles will be required to accelerate from a stopped position.  • The added pervious area around the roundabout creates opportunities to use landscaping features for a natural systems approach to stormwater management. The key detailed design features summarized in the remaining sections of this report build on the design features identified above. They focus on optimizing the intersection layout with emphasis on promoting safety, efficiently and sustainability while advancing the design elements to the tender ready stage.  	       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 13 	 Roadway Design  5.0Building on the geometric initial layout established in the preliminary design phase, elements of the overall roadway layout have been finalized to a tender ready stage.  Conformance to UBC’s goals regarding the corridor has been maintained and the final curb and asphalt layout details have been measured against all criteria developed in earlier design stages.  This criterion includes the fundamental elements discussed in the preliminary design: optimization of safety, operational efficiently and sustainability features of the intersection. The categories critical to the road design are described in the following section and include the roundabout geometry, pedestrian and cyclist connectivity, roadway material selection, grading requirements for the roadway profile and utility coordination. A high level image of the new layout, updated from the preliminary design, has been included below in Figure 6.  Figure 6: Proposed Intersection Layout        NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 14 	 Geometric Design 5.1During the detailed design, curb and lane positions were finalized based on the parameters defined in the preliminary design.  These parameters not only maximize the capacity and the safety of the proposed design, but also implement the ideal geometric layout. The proposed geometric configuration encourages drivers to enter and circulate the roundabout at controlled speeds. Such controlled traffic movement maintains a desirable level of safety around the intersection without compromising its operational efficiency. Like the safety requirements, the operational efficiency requirements determined in the earlier design stages have also been maintained in the final layout.  This is a critical aspect of the design because while the reduced speeds boost safety, they also have the potential to compromise the efficiency of traffic flow. Thus, to maintain unobstructed flow, optimum parameters for roundabout size and position, ideal vehicle turn path and fastest path were computed in the preliminary design and have now been implemented in detail as outlined in the final geometric layout.  Further to this, the final version of the curb layout, proposed as part of the detailed design, has been reviewed for compliance with the three criteria noted above. The final design parameters are summarized in the table below. Table 5: Geometric Design Summary Design Parameter Roundabout Element Dimension Size and Position Optimization Inscribed Circle Diameter 37 m Turn Path Analysis Truck Apron Diameter 26 m Raised Central Island Diameter 6.4 m Circulatory Lane Width 4.6 m Fastest Path Analysis Approach Lane Width 3.7 m Entry Defection Radii 30m – 60m Exit Defection Radii 60m – 90m Approach Speed 50 km/hr Circulatory Speed 30 km/h Curb and Gutter  Inner Roundabout Curb 200mm Standard C&G  Truck Apron Curb Roll Face C&G  Approach and Median Curbs 200mm Standard C&G Pedestrian & Cycling Facilities Bike Lane Width 1.5 m  Sidewalk/Pathway Width 2.0 m  Crosswalks  3.0 m        NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 15 	 Survey Layout and Site Profile 5.2Survey points indicating the exact positions of the curbs at each critical road curve location are shown on Drawing A2 in Appendix A. Worth noting is that the survey points reference the original datum of the site determined from the original CAD layout and will be used for construction layout survey. The contractor will be required to complete a detailed site survey prior to the commencement of the roadway construction to confirm the proposed pavement tie-in points and final grade elevations. Cross-sections of both east-west and north-south directions of the roundabout are provided in Drawing A11 Appendix A. The pre-construction site survey noted above will also confirm the vertical alignment of the proposed cross-sections. In addition, the topographical information from the said survey will help confirm that the proposed design does not alter the existing drainage pattern undesirably.   Pedestrian and Cycling Connectivity  5.3An emphasis on pedestrians and cyclists in the development of the overall intersection design has been maintained throughout the preliminary and detailed design phases. This objective was addressed in the geometric design by reducing the speed of vehicles circulating the roundabout, creating a safer crossing environment for both pedestrians and cyclists. Additional features that promote pedestrian and cycling connectivity and safety are shown on Drawing A1 in Appendix A and are summarized below:  • Pedestrian Treatments: Pedestrian crossings have been accommodated on all sides of the intersection, oriented perpendicular to the lanes to minimize crossing distances. The final layouts of the crosswalks include ramps indicated at all required locations to accommodate wheelchairs.  The final positions of the crosswalks were determined based on an optimized layout to reduce travel time and the potential for jaywalking.    • Acoustic Pedestrian Crossing Signals: Finding sufficient gaps in traffic to enable safe crossing is a particularly difficult task for visually impaired users. Due to high peak hour east-west traffic volumes, acoustic pedestrian crossing signals are proposed along all north-south pedestrian crossings.  • Bike Treatments: As not all cyclists will be comfortable merging into existing traffic and navigating the roundabout in the circulatory lane, bicycle ramps have been provided at each approach leg. The dedicated bike lanes terminate at the ramps, and the cyclist is given the option of merging into the regular traffic stream or exit in the roadway via the ramp. The ramp      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 16 	configuration, shown in Figure 7 below, is constant with those proposed by Bunt & Associates (2016) in the design of the Chancellor Blvd and Westbrook Mall roundabout.    Figure 7: Cyclist Ramp Detail  Pavement Design 5.4Pavement types are specified based on road classification and the anticipated traffic loading over a 20-year design life. Traffic loading is measured in equivalent single axial loads (ESALs). While the volumes through the intersection are relatively low, since Chancellor Blvd and NW Marine Drive are designated truck routes, the pavement design has been based of MoTI Type A Pavement (2015). A summary of the proposed pavement structure based on MoTI Guidelines is provided in Table 6. The proposed design includes MoTI’s new provisions for the use of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) material in hot mix asphalt construction. The pavement design will need to be confirmed by geotechnical sub-consultant through asphalt cores to ensure structural performance and tie in to the existing structure.        NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 17 	 Figure 8: Typical Pavement Section  Table 6: Pavement Material Specifications Structural Element Material Thickness Top Lift Asphalt Hot Mix Asphalt with PG 58-28 Binder 30% RAP Content 50mm Base Lift Asphalt Hot Mix Asphalt with PG 58-28 Binder 30% RAP Content 100mm Crushed Base Course 25mm Open Graded Base 300mm Separation Fabric Geotextile Fabric Material - Select Granular Sub-Base 75mm Crushed Gravel 300mm                                                                                                             The final design of the roundabout truck apron consists of a mountable curb installed at its perimeter as well as visually distinct paving stones so large trucks can navigate turns.  Drainage at this location will be facilitated through the use of permeable pavers and a perforated perimeter drainage pipe directed towards the storm drainage system.  See Drawing D4 for a detailed layout of truck apron materials including sub-base, geotextile overlays, and aggregate bedding layers.     Colored paving stones, in place of a standard asphalt or concrete road surface, are proposed for the truck apron to provide a visually distinct surface. This will discourage drivers in standard sized vehicles from using the truck apron. The stone color will also be distinctly different from the concrete sidewalks to discourage pedestrians from crossing into the interior of the roundabout.      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 18 	 Utility Coordination 5.5Utility coordination will be a critical element to address early on in the construction process. The utility schematic released by UBC Campus and Community Planning revealed that the intersection hosts a significantly dense network of both deep and shallow utilities comprised of storm, sewer, water, electrical, and fiber cable services. No information, however, is available for the depths and offsets associated with any utility. Thus, the contractor is required to seek utility depths and offsets through crossing agreements with individual utility providers.  Aside from catchbasin relocations, all other existing deep utility infrastructure will be largely unaffected by the proposed intersection upgrades. Manhole rims and valve stems, however, will need to be adjusted to match the final grade profile. Locations of manholes and valves have been estimated based on site visits and utility schematics provided by UBC Campus and Community Planning. The contractor must verify these locations prior to construction. Given the uncertainty in the depths and offsets associated with the existing storm and sewer mains under the intersection, assumptions had to be made in the course of the detailed design of the proposed integrated stormwater management system. Some of the key assumptions governing the risks associated with the proposed design are as follows: • It is assumed that the sanitary main is significantly deeper than the storm main running underneath the intersection. This is a reasonable assumption on the part of the proposed design because it generally holds true in most existing utility corridors in the Metro Vancouver area. However, the expectation that the utility layout underneath the subject intersection conforms to standard practice does not mitigate the risk associated with this assumption. Therefore, the contractor must obtain the alignments and depths of the storm and sewer utilities from the relevant utility owners, and verify the depths and locations using ground-penetrating radar prior to commencing roadwork. • At the time of the detailed design the condition of the existing catchbasins and manholes was estimated through visual inspections. Based on the results of such inspections, the need for replacing or salvaging the catchbasins and manholes was determined. In assuming a particular piece of infrastructure to be worth salvaging, it was assumed that its associated pipework was also worth salvaging. Such assumptions may be confirmed or refuted only on the basis of inspections performed through excavation.       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 19 	 Integrated Stormwater Management Strategy 6.0The proposed stormwater strategy is inspired by the UBC 20-Year Sustainability Strategy and Board of Governors Policy #39 which encourage a natural systems approach to managing stormwater on campus (UBC 2014b). The design achieves provincial and federal volume control, rate control and water quality objectives through a integrated system of absorbent landscaping features, minor system upgrades and the installation of a Stormceptror oil and grit separator and underground stormwater detention facility. Futhermore, the Stomceptor and modular underground detention system ialows for on-site stormwater re-use and is pre-qualified for LEED credits under the Sustainable Site, Water Efficiency and Material and Resources categories (Stormceptor, 2015, StormTrap, 2011b). Stormwater Drawings are included in Appendix A (Drawings A3.1, A3.2 and A4) and additional design details are provided in Appendix D.   Existing Conditions 6.1The recently released UBC Integrated Stormwater Management Plan recognizes distinct challenges for the Point Grey Campus. The NW Marine Dr/Chancellor Blvd/East Mall intersection is situated within the north campus catchment shown in red in Figure 9 below. The minor storm system in the north catchment area is channeled thought the Spiral Drain to an outfall at the lower cliff face. Surface runoff in proximity to the intersection generally flows north toward NW marine Drive and Pacific Spirit Park.    Figure 9: UBC Storm Sewer Catchments (UBC Energy and Water Services, 2016)       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 20 	This of campus is particularly vulnerable to cliff erosion through both overland and infiltrated flows.  Subsurface conditions along the Point Grey peninsula consist of approximately 0.5m of topsoil, underlain by up to 30m of glacial till followed by a Quadra Sand unit. This Qaudra sand unit creates upper and lower aquifers that are separated by the impermeable layer of silt. The aquifers are tilted towards the north and west resulting in sub-surface water that flows the cliff face in Pacific Spirit Park casing subsurface seepage erosion (Russel, 2005). This phenomenon is shown in Figure 10.   Figure 10: Point Grey Subsurface Conditions (Russel, 2005)  Figure 11: Ponding Along North Curb Alignment (Documented September 21, 2015) In addition to subsurface drainage concerns, there are a number of surface drainage issues that need to be addressed. The localized ponding due to poor surface grading shown in Figure 11 was noted on a site visit on September 21, 2015.  The UBC Overland Flow Study completed by Urban Systems in 2012, identified the project intersection as prone to approximately 680 m3 will flood the intersection in a 1:100 year storm event (Bell, 2012). This area is of particular concern as there currently no way to stop overland flows from entering Pacific Spirit Park and travelling down Marine drive where it spills over the cliffs and onto the Spanish Bank Beaches.  An extensive stromwater assessment of the project area completed as a part of the UBC ISMP. Study results indicate that minor system undersized for current demand leading to heighted flooding risks in storms larger than a 1:10 year event. The ISMP recommends that a stormwater detention facility be built      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 21 	in this location to detain excess stormwater in high flow events. The facility would attenuate its release of stormwater into the storm system to lessen the demand on the Spiral Drain during high flow events.  Technical Guidelines and Site Specific Targets 6.2Urban stormwater runoff is regulated at the federal, provincial and municipal levels.  The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) and the BC Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection outline specific guidelines and targets regarding the reduction of runoff volume and rates, the conveyance of peak flows during high flow events and water quality.  These guidelines are summarized below in Table 7.  Table 7: Federal and Provincial Stromwater Design Guidelines and Targets Level Federal Guidelines & Targets Provincial Guidelines & Targets Reference Document DFO Urban Stormwater Management Guidelines and Best Practices, 2001 BC Stormwater Management Guidebook, 2002 Volume Reduction Retain the 6-month/24-hour post-development volume from impervious areas on-site and infiltrate to ground.  Capture 0 to 50% of the MAR at the source (building lots and streets) and infiltrate, evaporate, or reuse it. Runoff Rate Control Reduce post-development flows to pre-development levels for the 6-mth24-hr, 2-yr/24-hr, and 5 yr/24-hr precipitation events. Store 50% to 100% of MAR runoff and release at a rate that approximates the natural forested condition. Peak Flow Conveyance None Ensure that the drainage system is able to convey extreme storm events (up to 100-yr. return period) with only minimal damage to property. Water Quality Collect and treat the volume of the 24-hour precipitation event equaling 90% of the total rainfall from impervious areas with suitable BMPs. Refer to DFO Requirements  Notes: MAR = Mean Annual Rainfall ,1:2.33 year storm event (1:2 year storm event used for design) At the local level, the Metro Vancouver Stormwater Source Control Guideline (2012) and the UBC Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (2015) defer to the targets set out by DFO and BC Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection and promote the use of low impact stormwater features such as absorptive landscaping and stormwater reuse. Furthermore, UBC’s 20-year sustainability strategy UBC Board of Governors Policy #39 places a strong emphasis on a natural systems approach to Stormwater management on campus.   In lieu for detailed topographic information for all upstream and downstream catchment areas, the proposed strategy aims to demonstrate an improvement relative to the exiting site conditions and accommodate future upstream and downstream improvements. Overall the objective of the design is to demonstrate a “Positive Net Impact” post-development scenario through the following design targets:       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 22 	• Volume Reduction and Peak Flow Conveyance: short term onsite storage is can accommodate 100% of the MAR and 100% of the 1:100 year runoff volume, • Runoff Rate Reduction: there is a reduction in peak flow rates in the major system with no notable increase in minor system,  • Water Quality: a minimum of 85% of TSS is removed from 100% of the 100-yr, 24-hr runoff volume. To assist in stormwater design and evaluation site scale stormwater runoff model has been generated using XPSWMM and a water quality model was creating using PCSWMM. The models utilize a Horton infiltration model and the native glacial till soil has been assumed to have similar hydraulic conductivity to silty clay type soil to simulate the low permeability indicated by Russel (2005). Model results and design details can be found in Appendix D.    Absorbent Landscaping and Pervious Surface Cover 6.3The narrow lanes that reduce traffic speeds and improve intersection safety also reduce overall asphalt surface area and allow the addition of more landscaped pervious surface cover. In total the propped intersection adds an additional 910 m2 of pervious surface cover to the intersection through a combination of landscaped medians and islands, permeable paving stones at the truck apron and the elimination of the pavement on the lower stretch of Iona Dr. Drawing A4 in Appendix A shows the change in pervious and impervious surface cover between pre and post development conditions. This increase in permeable surface cover reduces runoff rates in the post-development condition. Table 8 provides a comparison of the pre-and post development flow rates under the 5min and 24 hour 1:2 year (MAR) and 1:100 year design storms. Overall the reduction in I/P ratio from 1.19 to 0.90 creates a 8% reduction in post development flow rates when compared to pre-development flows. The flow rates have been established using rational method analysis and localized catchment areas. Results should be confirmed with continuous simulation modeling once upstream catchment date is available.  Table 8: Pre vs Post Development Flow Rates Design Storm  Pre-Development Flow (L/s) Post-Development Flow (L/s) 1:2 year 5 min 95.4 87.5  24 hour 6.14 5.63 1:100 year 5 min 224.5 206.0  24 hour 11.3 10.4       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 23 	To mitigate, cliff erosion concerns, 1215 m2 of the landscaped area has been converted into rain gardens. The rain garden areas have been sized and designed as retention facilities that provide temporary storage for 50% of the rainfall volume in a 1:2 year storm event. A typical cross section of the rain garden is shown below in Figure 12.   Figure 12: Typical Rain Garden Detail  The rain gardens have been sized using Metro Vancouver Stormwater Source Control Guideline (2012) and rock trench depths are indicated on Drawing A3.2 in Appendix A. The layer of geotextile fabric at the base of the assembly prevents infiltration while the perforated drainpipe carries retained flows to the minor system at a controlled rate. The perforated drainpipe, orifice, and pipes tying into the minor system control the release into the existing system. As the system is currently at capacity, controlling the release rates is critical to the design. These sizing for the perforated drains and orifice are to be determined once the system can be model in conjunction with the downstream pipe flows in the existing minor system.  Growing medium and plant species are to be determined by UBC Landscape Architects and must comply with the approved list of rain garden species in Metro Vancouver Stormwater Source Control Guideline (2012). As per Metro Vancouver Guidelines, the growing medium must have a minimum hydraulic conductivity of 70mm/hr (2012). As indicated on Drawing A3.2 in Appendix A, concrete weirs are to be installed at 10m intervals along all rain gardens installed south of the intersection. The weirs promote uniform capture and prevent erosion of the growing medium along the rain gardens installed on      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 24 	the sloped regions in front of Allard Hall. Weirs are to be installed as per the Metro Vancouver Stormwater Source Control Guideline (2012).  Additional landscaped areas indicated on Drawing A3.2 are to be hydro-seeded as per UBC landscape standards. As indicated in Section 5.0, permeable pavers will be installed around the truck apron of the roundabout. A detail for the truck apron is shown below in Figure 13. The depth of the sub-base will be established by the geotechnical sub-consultant once asphalt cores are taken to ensure the structure can accommodate the required ESAL loading and the desired hydraulic conductivity for stormwater capture.      Figure 13: Permeable Truck Apron Detail   Catchbasin Relocations  6.4Due to the realignment of curbs in proximity to the intersection, 11 catchbasin will need to be relocated and five new catchbasin will be installed. The project team has completed an initial visual inspection of the exiting catchbasin and determined that two if the Type C twin catchbasins along East Mall are in good enough condition to be savaged and reused on-site. The remainder of the relocated catchbasin will need to be replaced during construction. The existing and proposed catchbasin layouts and sizing are presented in Drawing A3.1 and A3.2.       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 25 	By adding five new catchbasin to the site, upgrading three single catchbasin to double catchbasin, the proposed design captures 30% more runoff volume than the pre-development condition. Furthermore, the catchbasins located at the base of each bike ramp will act as localized trap lows in high flow events. This will allow up to 0.15m of ponding to occur, significantly increasing capture rates at these locations during large storm events as shown by the capture curves presented in Figure 14.      Figure 14: Type C Catchbasin Capture Curves 	Exiting ponding issues will be mitigated though milling and resurfacing of the top lift of asphalt tying into the catchbasins identified on Drawing A3.2. To help control subsurface drainage beneath the road structure, perimeter drains will be installed beneath all new curbs that tie into a new catchbasin. All proposed catchbasins use single or double standard 1.2m barrels with bike-proof Type C frame and covers.  Catchbasins and perimeter drains are to be installed as per the most recent edition of the Municipal Master Design Specification.    On-site Stormwater Treatment and Detention 6.5To mitigate the increased demand on the minor system due to increased stormwater capture through catchbasins and rain gardens, the proposed stormwater upgrades include the installation of an 800 m3 StromTank undergrad stormwater detention facility and Furthermore, to meet water quality objectives, a STC 9000 Stormceptor oil and grit separator will be installed upstream of the stormwater tank.   0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Q capture (L/s) Q approach (L/s) Type C CB Capture Rating Curve - Flow By Conditions 0 50 100 150 200 250 0.00 0.10 0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50 0.60 Q capture  (L/s) Ponding Depth (m) Type C CB Capture Rating Curve - Ponding Conditions Single Type C Double Type C      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 26 	 Figure 15: Double Trap StormTrap System (StromTrap, 2011a)   Figure 16: Stormceptor Oil and Grit Separator System (Imbrium Systems, 2015)  An extra bypass pipe will be installed in Manholes four and nine as shown on Drawing A3.2. By installing this bypass line at a lower invert than the exiting mainline, the bypass line will divert stormwater water collected upstream of Manhole 4 to be diverted through an STC 9000 Stormceptor oil and grit separator and to the stormwater detention tank. The STC 9000 is capable of treating 100% of the diverted stormwater runoff and removing 88% of the TSS content. PCSWMM Model results and a construction detail for the STC 9000 system are provided in Appendix D.  The 6 m by 45m by 3m StromTrap Double Trap detention facility has been sized to provide both flood protection and irrigation capacity. The modular precast system is made of designed with a duel exit pipe connecting to Manhole two (refer to Drawing A3.2) which limits the retained stormwater volume at 120 m3 for irrigation purposes during normal flow conditions and allow larger volumes to be retained for flood control during large storm events. This system will ensure that anticipated 680 m3 runoff from a 1:100 year storm event can be accommodated at all times. The installation of Stormceptor upstream of the detention facility will ensure water to the tank during high frequency, low intensity events is of sufficient quality to be recycled through a purple pipe system an used to irrigate the nearby rose garden and landscaped areas around the Chan Centre. The StormTrap system pre-qualified for LEED credits  under the Sustainable Site, Water Efficiency and Material and Resources categories (StormTrap, 2011b).      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 27 	 Gateway Feature 7.0The Bike Garden provides UBC with a gateway feature to campus that is functional, aesthetically attractive, and aligns with UBC’s mission to promote sustainability. The Bike Garden provides secure storage for up to 84 bicycles near the campus core.. A key feature of the Bike Garden is the integration of the structure into the area’s stormwater management strategy through its green roof and nearby rain gardens. The proposed design includes the structural design complete with enclosures, green roof and drainage details. The structure and surrounding landscaping is shown in Figure 17. Detailed structural plans and elevations of the structure may be found in Appendix A.  Figure 17: Bike Garden and Surroundings  Integration With UBC Planning Objectives 7.1Justification for the design of the Bike Garden was provided by the following documents published by UBC: the UBC Transportation Plan, the UBC Vancouver Campus Plan, the UBC Land Use Plan, and the UBC 20-Year Sustainability Strategy. Policy C2 of the UBC Transportation Plan (2014) states that investments in bike racks and secure parking either under cover or in parkades shall be made a priority, and that a minimum of 25% of UBC’s bike racks shall be covered. This policy refers to, and summarizes requirements outlined in the UBC Vancouver Campus Plan, and the UBC Land Use Plan. Also, the UBC 20-Year Sustainability Strategy makes it a goal to campus with restricted vehicular access by facilitating alternative means of transportation such as cycling. The use of a green roof covered bike parkade is an efficient way to support UBC policy and produce an aesthetically pleasing gateway feature that can be enjoyed by cyclist and non-cyclist members of the public.      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 28 	 Structural Design 7.2The Bike Garden features elements of timber, glass, concrete, and steel. Structural steel framing was chosen as the main structural system due to the relatively heavy loads of the green roof, and the long spans required in creating the open space of the interior. The structure was designed according to the 2012 British Columbia Building Code (BCBC), and its corresponding relevant adopted materials standard including: CSA S16-09 Design of Steel Structures, CSA S136-12 North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members, and CSA A23.3-14 Design of Concrete Structures. As per BCBC 2012, the design life of the structure is 50 years. The structure was modelled in SAP2000 with wind, seismic, snow, dead, and live loads as specified from the 2012 BCBC. The structural members were designed for the forces obtained from this model. Appendix E contains the structural calculations for the design of the joists, girders, columns, braces, and steel composite decking. Table 9 below summarizes the design loading (ULS is Ultimate Limit States and SLS is Serviceability Limit States). Table 9: Summary of Design Loading Load Size ULS Snow Load 1.31 kPa SLS Snow Load 1.48 kPa ULS Wind Load 0.38 kPa SLS Wind Load 0.36 kPa Deck Weight Dead Load 1.62 kPa Joist Weight Dead Load 1.28 kPa Soil Weight Dead Load 2.20 kPa Girder Weight Dead Load 0.65 kN/m Glass Wall Weight Dead Load 0.32 kPa Column Weight Dead Load 1.26 kN Earthquake Base Shear (Distributed Over Each Roof Dimension) 338 kN Roof Live Load 1.00 kPa  A steel composite deck supports the green roof assembly, which is in turn is supported by steel wide-flange joists (W460x52) spanning east to west. These joists frame into W530x66 girders running north-south. The following Figure 18 outlines the steel framing of the roof.        NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 29 	 Figure 18: Roof Framing Plan These girders are continuous along the entire length of the structure and rest on top of the six Hollow Structural Steel (HSS) columns, which direct the gravity loads to the footings and, finally, the ground. The lateral resistance in the longitudinal direction of the structure is provided by HSS braces, which resist loads in compression and tension. Figure 19 shows the west elevation of the structure with the lateral bracing.   Figure 19: West Elevation In the transverse direction, moment frames at each end of the structure provide lateral resistance to seismic and wind loads. The connections between all steel and concrete elements are to be designed by the steel fabricator based on the loads specified in the drawings. Details are provided in Appendix A and show the parapet framing on the roof and the retaining wall design on the south end of the structure. The retaining wall and footings can be designed in full once the geotechnical sub-consultant has provided the      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 30 	relevant soil properties. The geotechnical consultant may require a site investigation to be completed prior to the start of construction. They may perform this investigation with boreholes.   Architectural, Landscape and Sustainability Considerations 7.3The architectural design of the Bike Garden was inspired by the natural surroundings of the site, including both the terrain and the natural vegetation. Furthermore, the Bike Garden was designed to uphold UBC’s vision of sustainability and green design. Taking advantage of the site’s natural grade, the structure appears to emerge from the terrain with a gentle upward sloping roofline.   Figure 20: Bike Garden North West View Architectural finishes are designed to match the material palate specified for UBC’s Contemporary District in which it is situated (UBC, 2012). The vertical faces of the structure were left as open as possible, and filled in with glazing on the long sides. This maximizes the amount of natural light in the interior, thus reducing the need for artificial lighting, and reducing the electrical demand. The roof parapet and the soffit are clad in locally sourced cedar siding as detailed in Figure 21; the cedar siding was chosen to convey a contemporary west coast feeling.      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 31 	 Figure 21: Cedar Siding Detail Due to the need to limit the amount of stormwater infiltration in the area, the Project Team developed a design that integrated the Bike Garden into the site’s Stormwater Management Plan. The structure features a green roof that is designed to capture 90% of rainwater in a 1:2 year event.  This excess water then flows from the roof is distributed to rain gardens adjacent to the structure. Any water not retained by the rain gardens is collected by a system of geotextile and perforated pipes, which connect to the main stormwater system.  Table 10 identifies plant sepcied selected for the green roof. These species have been selected in accordance with BC Landscape Standard, current edition, Section 11 - Landscape over Structures, BC Standard for Extensive Green Roofs as per the UBC Technical Guidelines for Green Roofs (2015).  These species maximize the water retention time for controlled release during a storm event while also minimizing the amount of required maintenance. Table 10: Green Roof Planting Schedule Planting Schedule Sourced From Bearskin Fescue UBC Botanical Gardens Blue Gamma Grass Blue Sedge Mountain Moss Sedum       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 32 	 Construction Planning  8.0The overall constructability of the intersection has been a key consideration throughout the design stages of the project. A number of considerations have been taken into account while developing the construction phasing and the traffic management strategies. These strategies are expected to simplify construction staging, help minimize construction costs, and achieve the desired timelines. This section presents four key aspects of construction planning: a detailed construction schedule and phasing plan, a pre-tender cost estimate, a comprehensive risk assessment and a stakeholder management plan  Construction Schedule  8.1Detailed design work and tender preparation has been fast tracked to accommodate a May 1, 2016 Construction start date, as requested by UBC Campus and Community Planning.  The project is now ready to go to tender on April 11, 2016. This accommodates a minimum two tender period, and approximately a week for bid evaluation and project award ahead of the May 1st construction start date.  Special consideration given to graduation ceremonies that are set to take place May 25th – May 27th and May 30th – June 1st, 2016 at the Chan Centre. To minimize conflicts between ongoing roadwork and the traffic surges associated with the graduation ceremonies, construction will be limited to the bike garden during the month of May with the roadworks beginning June 2, 2016. Such strategic construction phasing also provides the contractor more time for mobilization, site investigation and material procurement for the proposed roadwork. Van Augustine estimates a three-month period for all proposed roadwork and the associated utility work. An interim construction completion date of September XX will be written into the contract documents to ensure the intersection is operational before the start of the 2016 – 2017 school year.  With roadway constriction and landscaping completed by the first week of September, Construction Completion Certificate (CCC) inspections are scheduled to span all of September. All deficiencies reported during these inspections will be remediated promptly. After the issuance of the CCC, as-built surveys will be performed in October, following which as-built drawings will be delivered to UBC Campus and Community and MoTI. Key milestones for the tender and construction period are indicated in Table 11. A Gnatt Chart and a with a detailed timeline of all construction activities is included in Appendix F.      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 33 	Table 11: Key Project Milestones Project Milestone Start Date Completion Date IFT Review and Revisions April 8, 2016 April 10, 2016 Tender Period April 11, 2016 April 25, 2016 Contract Award April 29, 2016 April 29, 2016 Gateway Construction  May 5, 2016 June 3, 2016 Roadway Construction  June 3, 2016 August 17, 2016 Site Landscaping August 17, 2016 August 30, 2016 CCC Inspections and Deficiency Review  August 31, 2016 September 30, 2016 Construction Completion October 3, 2016 October 31, 2016  Construction Staging Plan 8.2A construction staging plan has been included in the tender package to provide clarity and guidance to constructors in establishing their construction bids. The staging plan will also be used to support stakeholder engagement activities. Construction sequencing takes has been established in accordance with UBC’s Traffic Management Plan Guidelines for Events and Construction and aims to minimize lane closures and disruption during peak operating hours and maintain public safety at all times. Figure 22, provides an overview of the proposed construction sequencing.   Figure 22: Construction Phasing  Key aspects of the proposed staging strategy are identified below. Drawings have also been prepared for each phase of the road construction and are included in Appendix A.      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 34 	• Work zones, as indicated on the phasing plans, has been limited to the minimum required 0.5m outside of the immediate construction area to minimize the need for lane closures and detours.  • A temporary detour road is to be constructed across the Chancellor Blvd. median to accommodate two way traffic along Chancellor Blvd. while the stormwater detention facility is installed.  • The contractor will be required to complete tasks that require single lane alternating traffic during non-peak hours only (between 10am and 3pm). During peak hours, the contractor must arrange the work zone in these stages to accommodate two-way traffic. • Stakeholder engagement will take place throughout the duration of construction to ensure all intersection users and nearby residents and facilities are aware of changes to traffic and pedestrian patterns from one phase to the next. The phasing strategy is designed to be a high level-planning tool for contractors. Upon contract award, the contractor will be required to submit a detailed Traffic Control Plan, Public Communication Plan, Incident Response Plan, and Implementation Plan. These documents must clearly indicate all necessary traffic and pedestrian detours, signage, temporary barriers and traffic management personal.   Pre-Tender Cost Estimate 8.3The Class C cost estimate reported at the conclusion of the preliminary design stage has been revised to a construction ready version that is reflective of the features developed during the detailed design of the project. As per the summarized cost breakdown in Table 12, the project will be delivered, by September 2016, at a net cost of $1.59 million. Table 12: Pre-Tender Cost Estimate Item Description Estimated Cost P1 Development Permit  $1,500     P2 Excavation & Backfill Permits  $2,500  P3 Erosion and Sediment Control Permit  $500     P4 Traffic Management Permit  $500  P5 Building Permit for Bike Park Gateway  $2,000  P6 Streets and Landscape Permit  $500  Permitting Subtotal  $7,500              NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 35 	Item Description Estimated Cost C1 Mobilization, Demobilization and Removals  $268,000     C2 Earthworks  $23,000     C3 Concrete & Roadwork  $284,925 C4 Detour Road  $7,236  C5 Underground Works  $113,300  C6 Temporary Traffic and Pedestrian Traffic Control  $20,000  C7 Streetlighting  $21,000  C8 Erosion & Sediment Control and Landscaping  $131,700  C9 Bike Garden Construction  $276,000   C10 Miscellaneous Items – Record Drawings  $5,000 C11 Provisional Items  $404,000  Construction Subtotal  $1,448,800   E1 Engineering Fees – Contract Administration and Testing (10%)  $144,880 Engineering & Project Management Subtotal  $144,880  Total Estimate (2016 Dollars)  $1,593,680 Annual Operation and Maintenance Costs (0.7%)    $10,200 As shown in Table 12, the final estimate is based on a construction cost of $1.45 million. A Schedule of Quantities and full breakdown of the Pre-Tender Cost Estimate can be found in Appendix G. Worth noting is that the final construction cost estimate includes provisional items worth $404,000. The provisional items, which include a proposed underground stormwater management facility, are recommended, but optional and may be removed from the scope of work on the project owners’ request. Furthermore, in keeping with MoTI guidelines, the contract administration fees for the construction phase have been estimated at 10% percent of the total construction cost.  In addition to the construction and engineering costs, the permitting costs for the project are estimated to be $7,500. Required permits include a Development Permit for the overall Site, A Streets and Landscape Permit and a Building Permit for the Bike Garden. As the Bike Garden is to be used for bike storage only, the project is exempt from UBC’s Infrastructure Impact Charge, Community Amenity Charge and Regional Sewerage Levy. The relevant permit application forms are included in Appendix H.         NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 36 	The principal revisions made to the cost estimate as part of the detailed design process are as follows: • A refined estimate of the supply and install costs for the gateway feature – the Bike Garden. • Adjustment of the costs to account for the fast-tracking of activities for individual construction phases. • Refinement of construction cost associated with rain gardens around the Bike Garden. • Updated quantities for the supply and install of new catch basins and manholes. • A more accurate estimate of concrete, asphalt, and landscape addition and removal. • Elimination of the contingency buffer. For the post-construction period, the annual maintenance costs of the intersection are estimated at 0.7% of the net construction costs, in accordance with MoTI guidelines. Any uncertainty in quantities and project elements that remains at the time of tender will be accounted for as cash allowance items in the contract documents.   Risk Assessment 8.4A comprehensive risk analysis has been completed as part of the construction planning process. Key project risks are outlined below. A complete Risk Register is included in Appendix I.  Table 13: Key Project Risks Key Project Risks Probability Consequence Pacific Spirit Park Encroachment Medium High Permit and Crossing Agreement Delays High Medium Runoff Catchment Size High Low Deep Utility Elevations Medium High Probability: Refers to likelihood of occurrence Consequence: Refers to impact to both project schedule and budget  • Pacific Spirit Park Encroachment: Specific right-of-way information is not currently available for NW Marine Dr. The position of the inscribed circle of the roundabout has been optimized to minimize impact on adjacent properties however there may be a small amount of encroachment onto the Metro Vancouver property   the existing curb alignments and the east-west property line shown on UBC base maps. This area is highlighted in red in Figure 23 below. While it is likely that the right-of-way actually extends beyond the construction limits, property encroachment will need to be confirmed during pre-construction site investigations. If property appropriation is required, the      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 37 	schedule for proposed roadwork may suffer delays. However, the project team is confident that the benefits to Pacific Sprit Park in terms of safer access for park users and improved stormwater management far outweigh the minimal encroachment area and the probability that encroachment will become a major project issue has been rated as medium.  Figure 23: Possible Property Encroachment Area • Permit and Crossing Agreement Delays: All proposed roadworks and developmental works are subject to permit processes. Thus, risks are associated with delays in permit deliveries. Due to the heavy density of underground utilities under the intersection, several parties will need to be coordinated with for obtaining permits for construction around their respective utilities. Specifically, Metro Vancouver, BC Hydro, FortisBC, and UBC operations will need to be consulted for: work around their shallow utilities, the grade adjustment of their manholes, the relocation of catch basins in the stormwater management system, and the extensions of the associated stormwater leads. Delays due to the permit application reviews and the associated inspections may also push roadworks schedule into September.  • Runoff Catchment Size: Since detailed topographic and pipe profile information is not available at this stage of the project, the stormwater modelling has been completed using localized catchment areas.  There is a high likelihood that these catchment areas are undersized. To mitigate this risk, models have been executed using the required 1:2yr and 1:100 year at the 24 hour intensity level as well as the 5 min intensity. 5 min intensity level givens an overestimate of peak flow rates to provide      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 38 	a conservative upper bound for the model. Furthermore, the underground stormwater detention facility has been sized using the 1:100 year flood volume estimated by Urban Systems using an overland flow model for the entire campus. Based on these mitigation measures, the risk consequence level has been rated as low.  • Deep Utility Elevations. In the design of the minor system it has been assumed that the proposed upgrades can be accommodated around the existing infrastructure. It is assumed that the existing manhole barrel depths and mainline inverts to accommodate the bypass system that directs water to the underground detention facility. If invert elevations or manhole depths are not able to suppor the proposed system, an alternative configuration will need to be design. The density of utilities and the intersection and integration of utility upgrades with each of the construction phases render this a medium probability and high consequence risk. Sequencing the roadworks after the completion of the Bike Garden helps mitigate this risk as the month of May is available for detailed utility survey  and any necessary design revisions.   Stakeholder Engagement 8.5Early and proactive stakeholder engagement is crucial to efficiently and sustainably executing the construction phase within the constraints of the project budget and schedule. The stakeholder registry created during the preliminary design phase to identify all project stakeholders is included in Appendix J. This document was used to tailor an engagement strategy to the particular interests and role of each stakeholder group. As joint owners of the intersection right-of-way, MoTI and the Musqueam First Nation are key stakeholders in the tender review and final construction approval process. Based on current and past use of the site as part of the provincial road network, the project team does not anticipate any major objections to the project on behalf of the Musqueam First Nation. However, the pre-construction investigation will provide an opportunity to revisit historic use of the area and determine if the project area holds any special cultural significance for the Musqueam Indian Band. This assessment provides a forum to identify existing or future impacts and establish reconciliation measures in collaboration the Musquean Indian Band, if necessary.  The preliminary design report proposed a comprehensive stakeholder engagement plan based on the project phasing, as illustrated in Figure. 24. The objectives and the timing of each engagement activity were carefully planned based on the anticipated project impacts as well as the interest and level of      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 39 	influence of each stakeholder group central to the planned activity. The engagement plan is inclusive and ensures the right information gets distributed at the right time to keep the project on schedule. Phases 1, 2, and 3 have been completed through the conceptual, preliminary, and detailed design processes. Phase 4 and 5 will be ongoing throughout the construction process.  Figure 24: Stakeholder Engagement Plan Key Aspects of the remaining stakeholder engagement phases include: • Phase 4 – Construction Information: The project team will work with UBC to ensure all relevant construction information lane closures and detours are distributed to stakeholders in the days leading up to construction and at the start of every new construction stage. Nearby residents, intersection users and adjacent landowners or building occupants will be specifically targeted in this phase along with the information dissemination measures enacted for the general public through the project website. • Phase 5– Education Campaign: While there are three existing roundabouts on UBC Campus, roundabouts are a fairly recent addition to the campus roadway network. Many jurisdictions in Canada have found that educating users prior to and during the first months of installation can reduce undesirable driver behaviour and complaints. Public education will be achieved though a combination of road signs, community flyers, web materials and staging construction. These measures will allow drivers to see the roundabout evolve and drive through it during construction. This phase will begin when road construction begins and will continue for the first four months of operation.     NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 40 	 Closing  9.0Van Augustine Consultants proposes a roundabout for the redesign of NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. intersection. The roundabout incorporates several features to improve intersection safety, operational efficiency, and sustainability. Most notably, roundabout geometry is optimized for safer use; proposed lane widths, turning and entry/exit radii are engineered for reduced traffic speeds. While reducing vehicular collision risk, slower traffic also makes the intersection safer for cyclists and pedestrians. Furthermore, the addition of a bike parking facility featuring a green roof is proposed as the gateway feature for the intersection. Named the Bike Garden, the structure will house 84 bikes and will reflect UBC’s continued commitment to sustain green building design and alternate transport modes. Overall, the redesigned intersection adds 910 m2 of pervious area to the site and 1215 m2 of landscaped area is converted to rain gardens to retain stormwater and mitigate existing cliff erosion issues north of the intersection. New catchbasins are also being added to increase stormwater capture. Most of the captured stormwater will be diverted through a Stormceptor Oil and Grit separator to an 800m3 underground stormwater detention facility located under Chancellor Blvd. east of the roundabout. This will allow for controlled release of stormwater into the already at-capacity stormwater network in the area. The storage tank also provides opportunity for utilizing any collected water for irrigation of the proposed as well as existing landscape By the pre-tender cost estimate, this proposed redesign will require an investment of $1.59 million for a September 2016 delivery. In terms of construction staging, Bike Garden construction begins May 1st, 2016, and roadwork beings June 3rd, 2016. This staging avoids potential conflicts between roadwork and the traffic surges associated with the annual UBC graduation ceremonies hosted at Chan Centre situated to the immediate southwest of the intersection. Additionally, all roadwork will be performed with comprehensive traffic management, and only periodic detours and partial closures. Finally, the redesigned intersection will be commissioned on September 1st, in time for the 2016-17 school year. Van Augustine Consultants will continue to involve stakeholders in the final stages of design. Crossing agreement requests will be sent to utility providers and a meeting will be setup between the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and Metro Vancouver to mitigate the right-of-way conflicts. In addition, the project team will also seek input on the construction staging plan from the stakeholders including nearby residents, intersection users, and nearby event facility managers. Their feedback will ensure that the construction of the new roundabout is efficient and user friendly. The stakeholder engagement plan      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program   		 Van August ine  Consu l tan ts  April 2016 | Page 41 	involves a public open house, an online feedback forum hosted on a public website with detailed information and periodic updates on the project.  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Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 			 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix B  Site Visit – September 21, 2015       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 			 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix B   Site Visit – February 2, 2016          NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 			 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix B             NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 			 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix C  										APPENDIX C Conceptual Design Options PROJECTCHANCELLOR BLVD, EAST DRAWING TITLE:CONCEPTUAL DESIGN 3DATEOCTOBER 2015MALL, NW MARINE DRINTERSECTION DESIGNTEAM 5PROJECTCHANCELLOR BLVD, EAST DRAWING TITLE:CONCEPTUAL DESIGN 3DATEOCTOBER 2015MALL, NW MARINE DRINTERSECTION DESIGNTEAM 5     NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  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IT WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER OF THE INFORMATION SHOWN ON THIS DRAWING TO LOCATE & ESTABLISH THE PRECISE LOCATION OF ALL EXISTING INFORMATION WHETHER SHOWN OR NOT.HHHHHHHNorthwest   Marine DriveNewton WyndChancellor BoulevardEast MallIona DriveChancellor BoulevardEast MallUV6-2UV6-3UV6-1Legend        H Overland flowPotential Flooding / Ponding InfrastructureBuilding FootprintStorm Structures!!8 MH (modeled)" Catch Basin (not modeled)Structure (not modeled)Storm Main (modeled)Storm Main (not modeled)Ditch (modeled)Ditch (not modeled)  HighModerateLow Anticipated Flood Volumes Elevation Colour Banding>= 80m<= 57mHH1:1,500Overland FlowRoute Assessment*Area 6*University ofBritish Columbia* Refer to Table 1 for further detail[_ [_[_>> >>>>UV1-1 UV1-1 UV1-1Assessed Level of RiskLow HighMediumCategoryBuildingPotentialOverflowItemNo. *U:\Projects_VAN\1332\0309\01\D-Drafting-Design-Analysis\GIS\Projects\MXD\Current\ReportFigures\Figure 06 - Area6.mxd   Last revised by: bpauls on  17/03/2011 at 8:44:45 AMORTHOPHOTO (2009) LIDAR SURVEY (2010)10yr: 10m3100yr: 100m3Identified StormwaterFlooding Locations} magnitudeof floodvolume% Impervious Runoff Coefficient - Source: BCMoTI Supplemnt to TAC Project: UBC Intersection Upgrade Asphalt/concrete 95.0% 0.95Project No.: 25839 Permeable Pavement 45.0% 0.30XP-SWMM File: Grass/Landscaping - Flat Slope (2%) 15.0% 0.12Grass/Landscaping - Steep Slope (7%) 15.0% 0.22Rain Garden 5.0% 0.05North East South West5min 24hr Asphalt/concrete 0.116 0.308 0.184 0.1961:2 Year 40.4 2.6 Grass/Landscaping 0.000 0.128 0.271 0.0911:100 Year 95.1 4.8 Total 0.116 0.436 0.455 0.287Asphalt/concrete 0.116 0.264 0.158 0.164Permeable Pavement 0.000 0.022 0.002 0.022Grass/Landscaping 0.000 0.124 0.206 0.096Rain Garden 0.000 0.026 0.090 0.006Total 0.116 0.436 0.455 0.287Runoff Mode - Drainage Areas Model Outputs: Runoff Node Name Area Label Area (ha) Impervious (%)Runoff Coefficient Flow Path Length (m) Average Width (m) Slope (%) Routing Method Rainfall Intensity (mm/hr) Runoff (L/s) Runoff (L/s/ha)Design Storm: 1:100 yr , 5min Pre-Development Flow North N 0.116 95% 0.95 84 14 7.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 95.1 29.105 250.692East E 0.436 72% 0.71 125 35 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 95.1 81.428 186.633South S 0.455 47% 0.52 72 63 5.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 95.1 61.920 136.118West W 0.287 70% 0.69 45 64 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 95.1 52.022 181.389Total 1.294 65% 0.66 224.476 173.461Post-Development North N 0.116 95% 0.95 84 14 7.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 95.1 29.111 250.742East E 0.436 64% 0.66 125 35 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 95.1 75.582 173.233South S 0.455 41% 0.44 72 63 5.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 95.1 52.833 116.142West W 0.287 63% 0.64 45 64 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 95.1 48.433 168.874Total 1.294 58% 0.60 205.959 159.152 18.517 8%Design Storm: 1:100 yr ,24 hrPre-Development Flow North N 0.116 95% 0.95 84 14 7.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 4.8 1.469 12.653East E 0.436 72% 0.71 125 35 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 4.8 4.110 9.420South S 0.455 47% 0.52 72 63 5.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 4.8 3.125 6.870West W 0.287 70% 0.69 45 64 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 4.8 2.626 9.155Total 1.294 65% 0.66 11.330 8.755Post-Development North N 0.116 95% 0.95 84 14 7.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 4.8 1.469 12.656East E 0.436 64% 0.66 125 35 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 4.8 3.815 8.744South S 0.455 41% 0.44 72 63 5.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 4.8 2.667 5.862West W 0.287 63% 0.64 45 64 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 4.8 2.445 8.524Total 1.294 58% 0.60 10.395 8.033 0.935 8%Design Storm: 1:2 yr , 5min Pre-Development Flow North N 0.116 95% 0.95 84 14 7.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 40.4 12.364 106.498East E 0.436 72% 0.71 125 35 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 40.4 34.592 79.285South S 0.455 47% 0.52 72 63 5.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 40.4 26.305 57.825West W 0.287 70% 0.69 45 64 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 40.4 22.100 77.057Total 1.294 65% 0.66 95.361 73.689Post-Development North N 0.116 95% 0.95 84 14 7.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 40.4 12.367 106.519East E 0.436 64% 0.66 125 35 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 40.4 32.108 73.592South S 0.455 41% 0.44 72 63 5.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 40.4 22.444 49.339West W 0.287 63% 0.64 45 64 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 40.4 20.575 71.740Total 1.294 58% 0.60 87.495 67.610 7.866 8%Design Storm: 1:2 yr , 24 hr Pre-Development Flow North N 0.116 95% 0.95 84 14 7.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 2.6 0.796 6.854East E 0.436 72% 0.71 125 35 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 2.6 2.226 5.102South S 0.455 47% 0.52 72 63 5.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 2.6 1.693 3.721West W 0.287 70% 0.69 45 64 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 2.6 1.422 4.959Total 1.294 65% 0.66 6.137 4.742Post-Development North N 0.116 95% 0.95 84 14 7.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 2.6 0.796 6.855East E 0.436 64% 0.66 125 35 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 2.6 2.066 4.736South S 0.455 41% 0.44 72 63 5.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 2.6 1.444 3.175West W 0.287 63% 0.64 45 64 2.0% Runoff 100-Year, 24-Hour 2.6 1.324 4.617Total 1.294 58% 0.60 5.631 4.351 0.506 8%Reduction in Runoff Rainfall Intensity Data Pre-Development Post-Development XP-SWMM Input Parameter SummaryLand Use Date Catchment AreasINLET CAPTURE DATACatchbasins under Flow-By Conditions (with no ICD)Qapp Qcap Capture Efficincecy (l/s) (l/s) % 0 09 9 100%15 13 85%25 17 66%50 23 46%75 28 38%100 33 33%200 48 24%300 61 20%500 79 16%1000 104 10%Catchbasins under Ponding Conditions (with no ICD)Ponding Capture Rate (l/s)   Depth (m) Single Type C Double Type C0.00 0 00.10 110 2010.20 150 2100.30 156 2180.40 161 2260.50 166 233Catchbasin Capture for High Intensity Rain Event - 1:100yr, 5min Catchment Ha Total # of CBs Runoff (L/s) Runoff (L/s/ha) inlets/ha Qapp  (L/s/inlet)Q Capture/inlet Q capture - Total (L/s) Capture Efficiency Pre-Development N 0.1161 0 29.11 250.69 0.0 0.0 0.00 0.000E 0.4363 5 81.43 186.63 11.5 37.3 10.37 51.845S 0.4549 6 61.92 136.12 13.2 22.7 7.48 44.874W 0.2868 1 52.02 181.39 3.5 181.4 36.09 36.086Total 1.2941 12 224.476 132.805 59%N 0.1161 1 29.11 250.74 8.6 62.7 15.55 15.554E 0.4363 6 75.58 173.23 13.8 28.9 11.01 66.038S 0.4549 6 52.83 116.14 13.2 19.4 9.11 54.688W 0.2868 4 48.43 168.87 13.9 42.2 13.62 54.493Total 1.2941 17 205.959 190.773 93%Increase in Capture Effciency 33%Additional Water Captures 30%TYPE C & K0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Q capture (L/s) Q approach (L/s) Type C CB Capture Rating Curve - Flow By Conditions 0 50 100 150 200 250 0.00 0.10 0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50 0.60 Q capture  (L/s) Qapp (L/s) Type C CB Capture Rating Curve - Ponding Conditions Single Type C Double Type C Project Information & LocationProject Name UBC Intersection Redesign Project Number 487City State/ Province British ColumbiaCountry Canada Date 2/28/2016 Designer Information  EOR Information (optional)Name Janet Jorgensen Name  Company UBC CompanyPhone # Phone #Email EmailThe recommended Stormceptor Model(s) which achieve or exceed the user defined water quality objective for each site within the project are listed in the below Sizing Summary table.Site Name UBCRecommended Stormceptor Model STC 9000Target TSS Removal (%) 85.0TSS Removal (%) Provided 88PSD City of Victoria PSDRainfall Station VANCOUVER - KITSILANO HIThe recommended Stormceptor model achieves the water quality objectives based on the selected inputs, historical rainfall records and selected particle size distribution.Detailed Stormceptor Sizing Report – UBCStormceptor Sizing SummaryStormceptor Model % TSS Removal Provided% Runoff Volume Captured ProvidedSTC 300 55 95STC 750 67 99STC 1000 69 99STC 1500 69 99STC 2000 73 100STC 3000 75 100STC 4000 80 100STC 5000 81 100STC 6000 83 100STC 9000 88 100STC 10000 88 100STC 14000 91 100Stormceptor MAX Custom CustomStormwater Treatment RecommendationStormceptor Detailed Sizing Report – Page 1 of 7Notes• Stormceptor performance estimates are based on simulations using PCSWMM for Stormceptor, which uses the EPA Rainfall and Runoff modules.• Design estimates listed are only representative of specific project requirements based on total suspended solids (TSS) removal defined by the selected PSD, and based on stable site conditions only, after construction is completed.• For submerged applications or sites specific to spill control, please contact your local Stormceptor representative for further design assistance.Stormceptor The Stormceptor oil and sediment separator is sized to treat stormwater runoff by removing pollutants through gravity separation and flotation. Stormceptor’s patented design generates positive TSS removal for each rainfall event, including large storms. Significant levels of pollutants such as heavy metals, free oils and nutrients are prevented from entering natural water resources and the re-suspension of previously captured sediment (scour) does not occur. Stormceptor provides a high level of TSS removal for small frequent storm events that represent the majority of annual rainfall volume and pollutant load. Positive treatment continues for large infrequent events, however, such events have little impact on the average annual TSS removal as they represent a small percentage of the total runoff volume and pollutant load. Design Methodology Stormceptor is sized using PCSWMM for Stormceptor, a continuous simulation model based on US EPA SWMM. The program calculates hydrology using local historical rainfall data and specified site parameters. With US EPA SWMM’s precision, every Stormceptor unit is designed to achieve a defined water quality objective. The TSS removal data presented follows US EPA guidelines to reduce the average annual TSS load. The Stormceptor’s unit process for TSS removal is settling. The settling model calculates TSS removal by analyzing: • Site parameters • Continuous historical rainfall data, including duration, distribution, peaks & inter-event dry periods • Particle size distribution, and associated settling velocities (Stokes Law, corrected for drag) • TSS load • Detention time of the systemHydrology AnalysisPCSWMM for Stormceptor calculates annual hydrology with the US EPA SWMM and local continuous historical rainfall data. Performance calculations of Stormceptor are based on the average annual removal of TSS for the selected site parameters. The Stormceptor is engineered to capture sediment particles by treating the required average annual runoff volume, ensuring positive removal efficiency is maintained during each rainfall event, and preventing negative removal efficiency (scour). Smaller recurring storms account for the majority of rainfall events and average annual runoff volume, as observed in the historical rainfall data analyses presented in this section.Rainfall StationState/Province British Columbia Total Number of Rainfall Events 5128Rainfall Station Name VANCOUVER - KITSILANO HI Total Rainfall (mm) 24905.7Station ID # 4201 Average Annual Rainfall (mm) 1245.3Coordinates 49°15'N, 123°9'W Total Evaporation (mm) 1241.4Elevation (ft) Total Infiltration (mm) 10472.5Years of Rainfall Data 20 Total Rainfall that is Runoff 13191.8Stormceptor Detailed Sizing Report – Page 2 of 7Drainage AreaTotal Area (ha) 1.29Imperviousness % 58.0Water Quality ObjectiveTSS Removal (%) 85.0Runoff Volume Capture (%) 90.00Oil Spill Capture Volume (L)Peak Conveyed Flow Rate (L/s)Water Quality Flow Rate (L/s)Design DetailsStormceptor Inlet Invert Elev (m)Stormceptor Outlet Invert Elev (m)Stormceptor Rim Elev (m)Normal Water Level Elevation (m)Pipe Diameter (mm)Pipe MaterialMultiple Inlets (Y/N) YesGrate Inlet (Y/N) NoParticle Size Distribution (PSD)Removing the smallest fraction of particulates from runoff ensures the majority of pollutants, such as metals, hydrocarbons and nutrients are captured. The table below identifies the Particle Size Distribution (PSD) that was selected to define TSS removal for the Stormceptor design.City of Victoria PSDParticle Diameter(microns)Distribution % Specific Gravity3.0 10.0 2.6510.0 23.0 2.6533.0 25.0 2.6567.0 11.0 2.65100.0 12.0 2.65333.0 11.0 2.65500.0 8.0 2.65Up Stream StorageStorage (ha-m) Discharge (cms)0.020 0.000Up Stream Flow DiversionMax. Flow to Stormceptor (cms)Stormceptor Detailed Sizing Report – Page 3 of 7Site Name UBCSite DetailsDrainage AreaTotal Area (ha) 1.29Imperviousness % 58.0Infiltration ParametersHorton’s equation is used to estimate infiltrationMax. Infiltration Rate (mm/hr) 61.98Min. Infiltration Rate (mm/hr) 10.16Decay Rate (1/sec) 0.00055Regeneration Rate (1/sec) 0.01Surface CharacteristicsWidth (m) 227.00Slope % 2Impervious Depression Storage (mm) 0.508Pervious Depression Storage (mm) 5.08Impervious Manning’s n 0.015Pervious Manning’s n 0.25EvaporationDaily Evaporation Rate (mm/day) 2.54Dry Weather FlowDry Weather Flow (lps) 0Maintenance FrequencyMaintenance Frequency (months) > 12Winter MonthsWinter Infiltration 0TSS Loading ParametersTSS Loading FunctionBuildup/Wash-off ParametersTarget Event Mean Conc. (EMC) mg/L Exponential Buildup PowerExponential Washoff ExponentTSS Availability ParametersAvailability Constant AAvailability Factor BAvailability Exponent CMin. Particle Size Affected by Availability (micron)Stormceptor Detailed Sizing Report – Page 4 of 7Cumulative Runoff  Volume by Runoff RateRunoff Rate (L/s) Runoff Volume (m³) Volume Over (m³) Cumulative Runoff Volume (%)1 51.362 119.671 30.04 131.807 39.214 77.19 161.507 9.507 94.516 168.871 2.125 98.825 170.339 0.656 99.636 170.755 0.24 99.949 170.888 0.107 99.964 170.939 0.056 100.0Stormceptor Detailed Sizing Report – Page 5 of 7Rainfall Event AnalysisRainfall Depth (mm)No. of Events Percentage of Total Events (%)Total Volume (mm) Percentage of Annual Volume (%)6.35 4012 78.2 6090 24.512.70 555 10.8 5038 20.219.05 275 5.4 4288 17.225.40 119 2.3 2641 10.631.75 63 1.2 1790 7.238.10 43 0.8 1499 6.044.45 16 0.3 664 2.750.80 10 0.2 475 1.957.15 15 0.3 806 3.263.50 5 0.1 296 1.269.85 3 0.1 196 0.876.20 3 0.1 219 0.982.55 3 0.1 240 1.088.90 1 0.0 86 0.395.25 2 0.0 182 0.7101.60 0 0.0 0 0.0107.95 1 0.0 104 0.4114.30 0 0.0 0 0.0120.65 1 0.0 120 0.5127.00 0 0.0 0 0.0133.35 0 0.0 0 0.0139.70 0 0.0 0 0.0146.05 0 0.0 0 0.0152.40 0 0.0 0 0.0158.75 0 0.0 0 0.0165.10 0 0.0 0 0.0171.45 1 0.0 170 0.7177.80 0 0.0 0 0.0184.15 0 0.0 0 0.0Stormceptor Detailed Sizing Report – Page 6 of 7For Stormceptor Specifications and Drawings Please Visit: http://www.imbriumsystems.com/technical-specificationsStormceptor Detailed Sizing Report – Page 7 of 7######## 75 ##### ### ###OSR 9000STANDARD MODEL####SHEETDATE: SCALE: CHECKED:DRAWN:PROJECT No.:OF THE DESIGN AND INFORMATION  SHOWN ON THIS DRAWING  IS PROVIDED  AS A SERVICE TO THE PROJECT OWNER,  ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR  BY  IMBRIUM  SYSTEMS  ("IMBRIUM").   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IMBRIUM ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR DESIGNS BASED ON MISSING, INCOMPLETE OR INACCURATE INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY OTHERS .DATEREV # REVISION DESCRIPTION BYNUMBER  1     1USA 888-279-8826    CA 800-565-4801    INTL +1-416-960-9900DRAWING NOT TO BE USED FOR CONSTRUCTIONTHE STORMCEPTOR SYSTEM IS PROTECTED BY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING PATENTS:United States Patent No. 5,753,115 • 5,849,181 • 6,068,765 • 6,371,690 • 7,582,216 • 7,666,303 | Australia Patent No. 693,164 • 707,133 • 729,096 • 779,401 • 289,647 • 2008,279,378 • 2008,288,900 |Canadian Patent No. 2,009,280 • 2,137,942 • 2,175,277 • 2,180,305 • 2,180,383 • 2,206,338 • 2,327,768 | Indonesian Patent No. 007058 | Japan Patent No. 3581233 • 9-11476 |Korea Patent No. 10-1451593 •  0519212 | Malaysia Patent No. 118987 | New Zealand Patent No. 314,646 • 583,583 • 583,008 | South African Patent No. 2010/00683 • 2010/01796 |WWW.IMBRIUMSYSTEMS.COM     NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability 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'HVLJQ%\.DQLVK0DWKXU	'DQLHO:DLQH)HEUXDU\3DJHRI'HVLJQ6XPPDU\'HFN&DQDP3PPPP7KLFN6WHHO'HFNZLWKPP&RQFUHWH6ODE3HULPHWHU&RQQHFWRUV +LOWL(136SDFHGDWPP6LGH/DS&RQQHFWRUV 6FUHZV6SDFHGDWPP-RLVWV::[P/RQJ-RLVWV6SDFHGDWPP*LUGHUV::[P/RQJ*LUGHUV&ROXPQV:+66[[&ROXPQVRI9DU\LQJ+HLJKWXSWRP%UDFHV:+66[[%UDFHV     NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 			 Van Augustine Consultants   April 2016 | Appendix F  										APPENDIX F Construction Schedule 1.1) Phase 1: Mobilization and Site Preparation 1.2) Phase 2: Gateway Feature Construction1.3) Phase 3: Removals and Detour Road Construction1.4) Phase 4: South Chancellor Blvd. Construction1.5) Phase 5: East Mall Construction1.6) Phase 6: NW Marine Dr. Construction1.7) Phase 7: Roundabout Construction1.8) Phase 8: N Chacellor Blvd. & East Ml. Construction1.9) Phase 9: Pathways and Landscaping1.10) Phase 10: CCC Inspections1.11) Phase 11: Construction Completion1) Construction Schedule2.1) Tender Period2.2) Bid Evaluation2.3) Contract Award2.4) Stakeholder Engagement2.5) Contract Administration and Inspection2.6) Geotechnical Testing (As Required)2) EngineeringConstruction SchedulePhase 1: Mobilization and Site Preparation Phase 2: Gateway Feature ConstructionPhase 3: Removals and Detour Road ConstructionPhase 4: South Chancellor Blvd. ConstructionPhase 5: East Mall ConstructionPhase 6: NW Marine Dr. ConstructionPhase 7: Roundabout ConstructionPhase 8: N Chacellor Blvd. & East Ml. ConstructionPhase 9: Pathways and LandscapingPhase 10: CCC InspectionsPhase 11: Construction CompletionEngineeringTender PeriodBid EvaluationContract AwardStakeholder EngagementContract Administration and InspectionGeotechnical Testing (As Required)Title 2016 Jan 2016 Feb 2016 Mar 2016 Apr 2016 May 2016 Jun 2016 Jul 2016 Aug 2016 Sep 2016 Oct 2016 Nov 2016 Dec 2017 Jan2016-05-03, 5:00 PM2016-05-03, 8:00 AM1.1.1) Intall Tree Protection2016-05-04, 5:00 PM2016-05-04, 8:00 AM1.1.2) Relocate Bus Stop2016-05-02, 5:00 PM2016-05-02, 8:00 AM1.1.3) Mobilization2016-05-02, 5:00 PM2016-05-02, 8:00 AM1.1.4) Install Construction Signage2016-05-02, 5:00 PM2016-05-02, 8:00 AM1.1.5) Install Erosion and Sediment Control2016-05-04, 5:00 PM2016-05-02, 8:00 AM1.1) Phase 1: Mobilization and Site Preparation 2016-05-18, 5:00 PM2016-05-12, 8:00 AM1.2.1) Install Green Roof2016-05-19, 5:00 PM2016-05-16, 8:00 AM1.2.2) Install Fixtures2016-05-24, 5:00 PM2016-05-20, 8:00 AM1.2.3) Install Glazing2016-05-27, 5:00 PM2016-05-25, 8:00 AM1.2.4) Exterior Finishes2016-05-30, 5:00 PM2016-05-30, 8:00 AM1.2.5) Install Bike Racks2016-06-03, 5:00 PM2016-05-31, 8:00 AM1.2.6) Landscaping2016-05-06, 5:00 PM2016-05-05, 8:00 AM1.2.7) Excavate2016-05-10, 5:00 PM2016-05-09, 8:00 AM1.2.8) Grade Site2016-05-10, 5:00 PM2016-05-09, 8:00 AM1.2.9) Lay Drain Rock2016-05-10, 5:00 PM2016-05-09, 8:00 AM1.2.10) Build Formwork2016-05-10, 5:00 PM2016-05-09, 8:00 AM1.2.11) Reinf. Footings2016-05-11, 5:00 PM2016-05-11, 8:00 AM1.2.12) Pour Footing2016-05-11, 5:00 PM2016-05-11, 8:00 AM1.2.13) Strip forms2016-05-11, 5:00 PM2016-05-11, 8:00 AM1.2.14) Erect Columns & Girders2016-05-11, 5:00 PM2016-05-11, 8:00 AM1.2.15) Erect Joists2016-05-11, 5:00 PM2016-05-11, 8:00 AM1.2.16) Place Steel Deck2016-05-11, 5:00 PM2016-05-11, 8:00 AM1.2.17) Reinf. + Form Deck2016-05-11, 5:00 PM2016-05-11, 8:00 AM1.2.18) Pour Deck2016-05-11, 5:00 PM2016-05-11, 8:00 AM1.2.19) Backfill Site2016-06-03, 5:00 PM2016-05-05, 8:00 AM1.2) Phase 2: Bike Garden Construction2016-06-02, 5:00 PM2016-06-01, 8:00 AM1.3.1) Asphalt Milling2016-06-09, 5:00 PM2016-06-01, 8:00 AM1.3.2) Removals2016-06-09, 5:00 PM2016-06-03, 8:00 AM1.3.3) Install Temporary Detour Road2016-06-10, 5:00 PM2016-06-10, 8:00 AM1.3.4) Install Temporary Traffic Control2016-06-10, 5:00 PM2016-06-01, 8:00 AM1.3) Phase 3: Removals and Detour Road Construction2016-06-24, 5:00 PM2016-06-13, 8:00 AM1.4.1) Stormwater Detention Tank Installation2016-06-15, 5:00 PM2016-06-13, 8:00 AM1.4.2) Utility Installations/Adjustments2016-06-17, 5:00 PM2016-06-16, 8:00 AM1.4.3) Subgrade Preparation2016-06-23, 5:00 PM2016-06-20, 8:00 AM1.4.4) Install New Curbs and Medians2016-06-24, 5:00 PM2016-06-24, 8:00 AM1.4.5) Install Base Lift Asphalt2016-06-24, 5:00 PM2016-06-13, 8:00 AM1.4) Phase 4: South Chancellor Blvd. Construction2016-06-27, 5:00 PM2016-06-27, 8:00 AM1.5.1) Adjust Temporary Traffic Control + Install Tree Protection2016-06-29, 5:00 PM2016-06-27, 8:00 AM1.5.2) Utility Installations/Adjustments2016-07-01, 5:00 PM2016-06-30, 8:00 AM1.5.3) Subgrade Preparation2016-07-06, 5:00 PM2016-07-04, 8:00 AM1.5.4) Install New Curbs and Medians2016-07-07, 5:00 PM2016-07-07, 8:00 AM1.5.5) Install Base Lift Asphalt2016-07-07, 5:00 PM2016-06-27, 8:00 AM1.5) Phase 5: East Mall Construction2016-07-08, 5:00 PM2016-07-08, 8:00 AM1.6.1) Adjust Temporary Traffic Control2016-07-11, 5:00 PM2016-07-08, 8:00 AM1.6.2) Utility Installations/Adjustments2016-07-13, 5:00 PM2016-07-12, 8:00 AM1.6.3) Subgrade Preparation2016-07-19, 5:00 PM2016-07-14, 8:00 AM1.6.4) Install New Curbs and Medians2016-07-20, 5:00 PM2016-07-20, 8:00 AM1.6.5) Install Base Lift Asphalt2016-07-20, 5:00 PM2016-07-08, 8:00 AM1.6) Phase 6: NW Marine Dr. Construction2016-07-21, 5:00 PM2016-07-21, 8:00 AM1.7.1) Adjust Temporary Traffic Control2016-07-26, 5:00 PM2016-07-21, 8:00 AM1.7.2) Subgrade Preparation2016-08-04, 5:00 PM2016-07-27, 8:00 AM1.7.3) Install Truck Apron2016-08-04, 5:00 PM2016-07-27, 8:00 AM1.7.4) Install New Curbs and Medians2016-08-05, 5:00 PM2016-08-05, 8:00 AM1.7.5) Install Base Lift Asphalt2016-08-05, 5:00 PM2016-07-21, 8:00 AM1.7) Phase 7: Roundabout Construction2016-08-08, 5:00 PM2016-08-08, 8:00 AM1.8.1) Adjust Temporary Traffic Control2016-08-10, 5:00 PM2016-08-08, 8:00 AM1.8.2) Subgrade Prepration2016-08-15, 5:00 PM2016-08-11, 8:00 AM1.8.3) Install Top Lift Asphalt2016-08-17, 5:00 PM2016-08-16, 8:00 AM1.8.4) Install Lane Markings and Crosswalks2016-08-16, 5:00 PM2016-08-16, 8:00 AM1.8.5) Install Road Signs2016-08-17, 5:00 PM2016-08-08, 8:00 AM1.8) Phase 8: N Chacellor Blvd. & East Ml. Construction2016-08-23, 5:00 PM2016-08-17, 8:00 AM1.9.1) Install Pathway and Sidewalks2016-08-23, 5:00 PM2016-08-23, 8:00 AM1.9.2) Install Pedestrian Signage2016-08-30, 5:00 PM2016-08-24, 8:00 AM1.9.3) Install Street Lighting2016-08-30, 5:00 PM2016-08-17, 8:00 AM1.9.4) Landscaping2016-08-30, 5:00 PM2016-08-17, 8:00 AM1.9) Phase 9: Pathways and Landscaping2016-09-29, 5:00 PM2016-08-31, 8:00 AM1.10.1) Deficencies Inspection2016-09-29, 5:00 PM2016-09-05, 8:00 AM1.10.2) Deficencies Correction2016-09-30, 5:00 PM2016-09-30, 8:00 AM1.10.3) FCC Inspection2016-09-30, 5:00 PM2016-08-31, 8:00 AM1.10) Phase 10: CCC Inspections2016-10-17, 5:00 PM2016-10-03, 8:00 AM1.11.1) As Built Surveys2016-10-31, 5:00 PM2016-10-10, 8:00 AM1.11.2) Red Line Drawings2016-10-31, 5:00 PM2016-10-03, 8:00 AM1.11) Phase 11: Construction Completion2016-10-31, 5:00 PM2016-05-02, 8:00 AM1) Construction Schedule2016-04-25, 12:00 PM2016-04-11, 8:00 AM2.1) Tender Period2016-04-29, 5:00 PM2016-04-25, 1:00 PM2.2) Bid Evaluation2016-04-29, 5:00 PM2016-04-29, 5:00 PM2.3) Contract Award2016-10-31, 12:00 PM2016-04-11, 8:00 AM2.4) Stakeholder Engagement2016-10-31, 5:00 PM2016-04-11, 8:00 AM2.5) Contract Administration and Inspection2016-08-08, 5:00 PM2016-04-11, 8:00 AM2.6) Geotechnical Testing (As Required)2016-10-31, 5:00 PM2016-04-11, 8:00 AM2) EngineeringConstruction SchedulePhase 1: Mobilization and Site Preparation Intall Tree ProtectionRelocate Bus StopMobilizationInstall Construction SignageInstall Erosion and Sediment ControlPhase 2: Bike Garden ConstructionInstall Green RoofInstall FixturesInstall GlazingExterior FinishesInstall Bike RacksLandscapingExcavateGrade SiteLay Drain RockBuild FormworkReinf. FootingsPour FootingStrip formsErect Columns & GirdersErect JoistsPlace Steel DeckReinf. + Form DeckPour DeckBackfill SitePhase 3: Removals and Detour Road ConstructionAsphalt MillingRemovalsInstall Temporary Detour RoadInstall Temporary Traffic ControlPhase 4: South Chancellor Blvd. ConstructionStormwater Detention Tank InstallationUtility Installations/AdjustmentsSubgrade PreparationInstall New Curbs and MediansInstall Base Lift AsphaltPhase 5: East Mall ConstructionAdjust Temporary Traffic Control + Install Tree ProtectionUtility Installations/AdjustmentsSubgrade PreparationInstall New Curbs and MediansInstall Base Lift AsphaltPhase 6: NW Marine Dr. ConstructionAdjust Temporary Traffic ControlUtility Installations/AdjustmentsSubgrade PreparationInstall New Curbs and MediansInstall Base Lift AsphaltPhase 7: Roundabout ConstructionAdjust Temporary Traffic ControlSubgrade PreparationInstall Truck ApronInstall New Curbs and MediansInstall Base Lift AsphaltPhase 8: N Chacellor Blvd. & East Ml. ConstructionAdjust Temporary Traffic ControlSubgrade PreprationInstall Top Lift AsphaltInstall Lane Markings and CrosswalksInstall Road SignsPhase 9: Pathways and LandscapingInstall Pathway and SidewalksInstall Pedestrian SignageInstall Street LightingLandscapingPhase 10: CCC InspectionsDeficencies InspectionDeficencies CorrectionFCC InspectionPhase 11: Construction CompletionAs Built SurveysRed Line DrawingsEngineeringTender PeriodBid EvaluationContract AwardStakeholder EngagementContract Administration and InspectionGeotechnical Testing (As Required)Title Start End2016 Jan 2016 Feb 2016 Mar 2016 Apr 2016 May 2016 Jun 2016 Jul 2016 Aug 2016 Sep 2016 Oct 2016 Nov 2016 Dec 2017 Jan     NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 				 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix G 											APPENDIX G Pre-Tender Cost Estimate Page 1 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price Site Preparation and Removals Part 1 Mobilization/Demobilization 1 Mobilization and Demobilization L.S. 1 10,000$                             10,000$                                 2 Site Clearing and Grubbing L.S. 1 5,000$                               5,000$                                   15,000$                                 Part 2 Removals and Relocation1 Sawcut, Remove & Dispose of Existing Concrete Curb and Gutter m 1000 20$                                    20,000$                                 2 Sawcut, Remove & Dispose of Existing Concrete Fill m2 600 30$                                    18,000$                                 3 Sawcut, Remove & Dispose of Existing Concrete Sidewalk (including Wheelchair Ramp) m2 600 30$                                    18,000$                                 4 Sawcut, Remove & Dispose of Existing Asphalt Pavement m2 1900 30$                                    57,000$                                 5 Asphalt Milling (0-50mm Thickness) m2 4,000 35$                                    140,000$                               253,000$                               268,000$                               ItemSchedule ASubtotal Schedule A - Part 1 - Mobilization/Demobilization :Subtotal Schedule A - Part 2 - Removals and Relocation:Detailed Cost EstimateDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsTotal Schedule A - Site Preparation and Removals : Page 2 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsEarthworksPart 1 Grading1 Stripping (Typical 0.15mm Depth) - includes on-site stockpiling m³ 1,000 6$                                      6,000$                                   2 Common Excavation (Cut-to-Fill) m³ 700 10$                                    7,000$                                   3 Waste Excavation - Off-site Disposal m³ 350 20$                                    7,000$                                   4 Subgrade Preparation for Road Structure m² 1,000 3$                                      3,000$                                   23,000$                                 23,000$                                 Schedule BSubtotal Schedule B - Part 1 - Grading:Total Schedule B - Earthworks: Page 3 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsConcrete and Roadworks Part 1 Gravel1 25mm - Crushed Gravel Base (150mm Thick) t 280 36$                                    10,080$                                 2 75mm - Crushed Gravel Sub-Base (300mm Thick) t 480 30$                                    14,400$                                 24,480$                                 Part 2 Asphalt Pavement1 Top Lift Asphalt - Hot-Mix Asphalt with PG 58-28 Binder and 30% RAP Content (50mm thick) t 360 140$                                  50,400$                                 2 Base Lift Asphalt - Hot-Mix Asphalt with PG 58-28 Binder and 30% RAP Content (300mm thick) t 90 138$                                  12,420$                                 3 Prime Coat m² 4,000 2$                                      8,000$                                   4 Tack Coat m² 4,000 2$                                      8,000$                                   78,820$                                 Part 3 Concrete Construction1 Concrete Standard Curb with 250mm Gutter m 1,100 60$                                    66,000$                                 2 Concrete Median/Island Fill m2 75 100$                                  7,500$                                   3 Supply and Install Concrete Sidewalk (2.00m width) m 700 150$                                  105,000$                               5 Wheelchair Ramp ea. 25 125$                                  3,125$                                   181,625$                               284,925$                               Schedule CSubtotal Schedule C - Part 2 - Asphalt Pavement:Subtotal Schedule C - Part 3 - Concrete Construction:Subtotal Schedule C - Part 1 - Gravel:Total Schedule C - Concrete and Roadworks : Page 4 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsSchedule D Detour Road Part 1 Detour Road Grading 1 Common Excavation (Cut-to-Fill) m³ 20 20$                                    400$                                      2 Subgrade Preparation for Road Structure m² 125 6$                                      750$                                      1,150$                                   Part 2 Detour Roadworks 1 Asphalt Mix Type A with PG 58-31 Binder (140mm thick) t 2 125$                                  250$                                      2 25mm - Crushed Gravel Base (160mm Thick) t 1 36$                                    36$                                        3 Prime Coat m² 125 2$                                      250$                                      536$                                      Part 3 Detour Road Removals 1 Asphalt Removal m² 125 30$                                    3,750$                                   2 Waste Excavation - Off-site Disposal m³ 60 30$                                    1,800$                                   5,550$                                   7,236$                                   Subtotal Schedule D - Part 1 - Detour Road Grading :Total Schedule D - Detour Road : Subtotal Schedule D - Part 2 - Detour Roadworks :Subtotal Schedule D - Part 3 - Detour Road Removals :Page 5 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsSchedule E Underground WorksPart 1 Stormwater Infrastructure1 Supply and Install Type C Catch Basin ea 17 5,500$                               93,500$                                 2 Existing Manhole Adjusted to Finished Grade ea 17 700$                                  11,900$                                 93,500$                                 Part 2 Adjustment of Roadway Appurtenances and Waterworks 1 Existing Water Valve Adjusted to Finished Grade ea 3 1,000$                               3,000$                                   2 Existing Manhole Adjusted to Finished Grade ea 14 350$                                  4,900$                                   7,900$                                   113,300$                               Total Schedule E - Underground Works: Subtotal Schedule E - Part 1 - Stormwater Infrastructure:Subtotal Schedule E - Part 2 - Adjustment of Roadway Appurtenances and Waterworks :Page 6 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsSchedule F Temporary Traffic and Pedestrian Traffic Control Part 1 Temporary Traffic Control 1 Lane Control Technicians, Construction Traffic Signs, and Traffic Management L.S. 1 10,000$                             10,000$                                 10,000$                                 Part 2 Temporary Pedestrian Traffic Control 1 Supply and Implement Pedestrian and Cyclist  Accommodation Plan and Implement Pedestrian Accommodation Measures L.S. 1 10,000$                             10,000$                                 10,000$                                 20,000$                                 Total Schedule F - Temporary Traffic and Pedestrian Traffic Control : Subtotal Schedule F - Part 1 - Temporary Traffic Control :Subtotal Schedule F - Part 2 - Temporary Pedestrian Traffic Control :Page 7 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsSchedule G StreetlightingPart 1 Poles, Lights & Bases1 Relocation ea 7 3,000$                               21,000$                                 21,000$                                 21,000$                                 Subtotal Schedule G - Part 1 - Streetlighting:Total Schedule G - Streetlighting: Page 8 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsErosion and Sediment Control & LandscapingPart 1 ESC Measures1 Implement ESC Plan L.S. 1 10,000$                             10,000$                                 2 Implementation of Tree Protection Plan L.S. 1 10,000$                             10,000$                                 20,000$                                 Part 2 Landscaping1 Loam Respread m² 2,900 3$                                      8,700$                                   2 Seed - Hydroseed m² 2,900 2$                                      5,800$                                   3 Rain Gardens m² 1,215 80$                                    97,200$                                 111,700$                               131,700$                               Subtotal Schedule H - Part 1 - ESC Measures:Subtotal Schedule H - Part 2 - Landscaping:Total Schedule H - Erosion and Sediment Control & Landscaping: Schedule HPage 9 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsGateway Structure: Bike GardenPart 1 Site Prepration1 Excavating and Grading m3 120 330.00$                             39,600$                                 2 Landscaping m² 500 20$                                    10,000$                                 3 Green Roof m² 225 200$                                  45,000$                                 49,600$                                 Part 2 Structural Erection1 Steel Members kg 13000 1.40$                                 18,200$                                 2 Supply and Install Concrete Foundation m3 90 150$                                  13,500$                                 3 Glass & Mullions m² 80 350$                                  28,000$                                 59,700$                                 286,000$                               Schedule ITotal Schedule I - Gateway Structure: Bike Garden: Subtotal Schedule I - Part 1 - Site Prepration:Subtotal Schedule I - Part 2 - Structural Erection:Page 10 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsMiscelaneous Items Part 1 Record Drawings 1 Record Drawings L.S. 1 5,000$                               5,000$                                   5,000$                                   5,000$                                   Subtotal Schedule J - Part 1 - Record Drawings :Total Schedule J - Miscelaneous Items : Schedule JPage 11 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsProvisional Items Part 1 Concrete Construction 1 Fillcrete m3 138 100$                                  13,800$                                 13,800$                                 Part 2 Earthworks1 Imported Engineered Fill (Off-Site Source) m³ 60 25$                                    1,500$                                   .1,500$                                   Part 3 Underground Stormwater Detention Facility1 Excavation and Grading L.S. 1 50,000$                             50,000$                                 2 Supply and Install (tank to accommodate 800m3 water) L.S. 1 275,000$                           275,000$                               3 Stormceptor L.S. 1 30,000$                             30,000$                                 4 Irrigation Plumbing L.S. 1 50,000$                             50,000$                                 405,000$                               ..420,300$                               Total Schedule K - Provisional Items : Subtotal Schedule K - Part 1 - Concrete Construction :Schedule KSubtotal Schedule K - Part 3 - Underground Stormwater Detention Facility:Subtotal Schedule K - Part 2 - Earthworks:Page 12 of 12Level of Estimate: Pre-Tender EstimateDescription Unit Tendered Quantity Engineer's Estimate  Extended Estimate Price ItemDate: April 8, 2016Project: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection Redesign Client: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwner: BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine Consultants1,448,761$                            1,448,761$                            TOTAL TENDERED PRICE:All Schedules Subtotal:     NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 				 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix H 											APPENDIX H Permit Application Forms T H E U NI VE R SI T Y  O F B RI T I SH  CO L UM BI A  Campus and Community Planning 2210 West Mall  x  Vancouver, B.C.  x  V6T 1Z4  604.822.2633  x   604.822.6119  Revised Oct 2015 1/3   BP #    Building Permit Application Form  Please submit completed Application Form and Building Permit Application Checklist to:  Campus and Community Planning Building Address:    Building Name:    Building Number:   Development Permit #:   Legal Description:    Type of Application: ‰ Demolition      ‰ Alteration    ‰ Addition    ‰ New building    ‰ Relocation  ‰ Amendment    ‰ Other      Owner Name / Authorized Agent Name: Phone: Email: Applicant name: Phone: Email: Mailing Address: City: Province: Postal Code: Fax:  I HEREBY AGREE THAT I WILL COMPLY WITH ALL RULES, BYLAWS, REGULATIONS AND POLICIES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AND ALL OTHER STATUTES, RULES, BYLAWS, POLICIES AND REGULATIONS OF OTHER AUTHORITIES IN FORCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA RELATING TO THE WORK, UNDERTAKING OR PERMISSION IN RESPECT OF WHICH THIS APPLICATION IS MADE AND THAT I WILL INDEMNIFY AND SAVE HARMLESS THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, ITS OFFICIALS, EMPLOYEES AND AGENTS FROM ALL CLAIMS, LIABILITIES, JUDGEMENTS, COSTS OR EXPENSES OF EVERY KIND, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, IN RESPECT OF ANYTHING DONE OR NOT DONE IN CONSEQUENCE OF ANY PERMISSION, PERMIT OR LICENSE ISSUED AS A RESULT OF THE APPLICATION OR THE FAILURE TO OBSERVE COMPLETELY ALL STATUTES, RULES, BYLAWS, POLICIES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO ANY WORK OR UNDERTAKING IN RESPECT OF WHICH THIS APPLICATION IS MADE.  SIGNED AT VANCOUVER, B.C. THIS    DAY OF      20    SIGNATURE OF AUTHORIZED AGENT:             Please continue application on reverse Print FormT H E U NI VE R SI T Y  O F B RI T I SH  CO L UM BI A  Campus and Community Planning 2210 West Mall  x  Vancouver, B.C.  x  V6T 1Z4  604.822.2633  x   604.822.6119  Revised Oct 2015 2/3  Project Fees All fees where applicable (Infrastructure Impact Charge (IIC), Community Amenity Charge (CAC), and Greater Vancouver Sewerage & Drainage District (GVS&DD) Development Cost Charge must be paid prior to the issuance of a Building Permit (see Building Permit Fee Schedule).  Submit calculations for all Fees.  Building Permit Fee Contract Value*: $ Permit fee: $  Amount enclosed: $ Type:  ‰ Institutional                     ‰ Non-Institutional Payment by: ‰ Cheque**  ‰ Cash  ‰ PS Project#:________  ‰ BOW#:________-__  ‰ Other:________  * Refer to Building Permit Fee Schedule. Note: Contract values are required for each partial permit, if phased permits are requested. ** All fees may be paid by cheque, money order or UBC internal requisition, payable to “University of British Columbia”. Building Permit application fee is non-refundable.  Project Data for IIC and CAC Fee calculation*  ‰ IIC  ‰ CAC  ‰ N/A Building Area**:   ft 2  Amount:  $  Net New Building Area:   ft 2 Classification: ‰ Market Housing   ft 2   ‰ Institutional   ft 2  ‰ Commercial   ft 2   ‰ Industry Research   ft 2  ‰ Separate Parking Structures    ft2 * Academic Buildings are exempt ** Refer to Building Area definition on IIC, CAC, and Regional Sewerage Levy  Project Data for Regional Sewerage Levy calculation ‰ Levy  ‰ N/A Unit Count:       Duplex(es)         Townhouse(s)         Apartment(s) Non-Residential Use:   square feet Total Amount: $   In addition to fees, a refundable deposit in the amount of $1000 per drawing for as-built drawings to a maximum of $20,000 is required. Deposit will be returned upon receipt of satisfactory as-built drawings and the UBC 3D PlanMap model where applicable. T H E U NI VE R SI T Y  O F B RI T I SH  CO L UM BI A  Campus and Community Planning 2210 West Mall  x  Vancouver, B.C.  x  V6T 1Z4  604.822.2633  x   604.822.6119  Revised Oct 2015 3/3  Building Permit Fee Schedule  Contract Value: The current monetary worth of the work described on the permit application and includes finishes, roofing, electrical, plumbing, drains, heating, air conditioning, fire extinguishing systems, elevators and other equipment or materials, construction management, contractor’s profit and overhead, sales taxes (except goods and services taxes), insurance, the current monetary worth of contributed labour and materials and a reasonable value for site works and improvements not included in other permits.  Non-Institutional Development  Rate Amount For the first $5,000 of contract value or part thereof  $98.00  For each $1,000 of contract value or part thereof from $5,001 to $19,999 $14.00  For each $1,000 of contract value or part thereof from $20,000 to $49,999 $8.25  For each $1,000 of contract value or part thereof over $50,000  $7.00    Total   Institutional Development  Rate Amount For the first $5,000 of contract value or part thereof  $98.00  For each $1,000 of contract value or part thereof from $5,001 to $19,999 $14.00  For each $1,000 of contract value or part thereof from $20,000 to $49,999 $8.25  For each $1,000 of contract value or part thereof over $50,000.00 to $19,999,999 $7.00  For each $1,000 of contract value or part thereof over $20,000,000  $3.80    Total   Special Permit Services  For evaluation of plans, specifications, building materials, appliances, systems, equipment, methods of design and construction, pursuant to Clause 1.2.1.1.(1)(b), Division A of the 2012 BC Building Code: For initial evaluation $225.00 For each hour or part thereof $113.00  For issuance of a partial permit in addition to the permit fee for the full project For a partial permit $200.00  Other fees For issuance of a permit for work which has already started Double Permit Fee To process a Permit Amendment, rate per hour or part thereof $113.00 Re-inspection due to faulty work or materials, rate per hour or part thereof $75.00 Special inspection during normal business hours, per hour or part thereof $75.00  T H E U NI VE R SI T Y  O F B RI T I SH  CO L UM BI A  Campus and Community Planning 2210 West Mall  x  Vancouver, B.C.  x  V6T 1Z4  604.822.8228  x   604.822.6119  Revised August 2015 1/5   DP #    Development Permit Application Form  Complete application form and prepare associated materials prior to scheduling an application intake meeting with the UBC Manager, Development Services.   Project Address and Building Name:   Description of Area:   Description of Project:    Applicant (authorized agent): Contact name: Mailing address: Email: City: Postal Code: Phone: Architect: Contact name: Mailing address: Email: City: Postal Code: Phone: Landscape Architect: Contact name: Mailing address: Email: City: Postal Code: Phone:  I, THE AUTHORIZIED AGENT, GIVE CONSENT FOR CAMPUS & COMMUNITY PLANNING TO POST DIGITAL DRAWINGS AND SUPPORTING TEXT FOR PUBLIC VIEWING ON THEIR WEBSITE. I HEREBY AGREE THAT I WILL COMPLY WITH ALL RULES, BYLAWS, REGULATIONS AND POLICIES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AND ALL OTHER STATUTES, RULES, BYLAWS, POLICIES AND REGULATIONS OF OTHER AUTHORITIES IN FORCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA RELATING TO THE WORK, UNDERTAKING OR PERMISSION IN RESPECT OF WHICH THIS APPLICATION IS MADE AND THAT I WILL INDEMNIFY AND SAVE HARMLESS THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, ITS OFFICIALS, EMPLOYEES AND AGENTS FROM ALL CLAIMS, LIABILITIES, JUDGEMENTS, COSTS OR EXPENSES OF EVERY KIND, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, IN RESPECT OF ANYTHING DONE OR NOT DONE IN CONSEQUENCE OF ANY PERMISSION, PERMIT OR LICENSE ISSUED AS A RESULT OF THE APPLICATION OR THE FAILURE TO OBSERVE COMPLETELY ALL STATUTES, RULES, BYLAWS, POLICIES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO ANY WORK OR UNDERTAKING IN RESPECT OF WHICH THIS APPLICATION IS MADE. SIGNED AT VANCOUVER, B.C. THIS    DAY OF     20   SIGNATURE OF AUTHORIZED AGENT:   Please continue application on reverse T H E U NI VE R SI T Y  O F B RI T I SH  CO L UM BI A  Campus and Community Planning 2210 West Mall  x  Vancouver, B.C.  x  V6T 1Z4  604.822.8228  x   604.822.6119  Revised August 2015 2/5  DP Fee (see Fee Schedule below): All fees must be paid prior to the issuance of a permit. Development permit projects Type of application:   ‰ Major (Value > $2.5 Million)   ‰ Minor (Value < $2.5 Million)   ‰ New Building   ‰ Addition   ‰ Façade Alterations only   ‰ Site / Park Design   ‰ Amendment   ‰ DP Extension  Gross Floor Area:                         ft2 or                    m2 Permit fee: Amount enclosed: Payment by:      ‰ Cheque** ‰ Cash ‰ Work Order/Project#: Fee Schedule: A Minor Applications (Development Permit Board approval not required)   Fee For each 100 m2 up to 500 m2 GFA* (or part thereof)  $350 Additional GFA (rate per 100 m2 or part thereof) $150 Maximum $15,000 B Major Applications  Fee For each 100 m2 up to 500 m2 GFA* (or part thereof) $300 Additional GFA (rate per 100 m2 or part thereof) $110 Maximum None REAP Applications - For Residential projects only, UBC REAP (Residential Environmental Assessment Program) certification is required. Documentation review and certification services provided by the Campus Sustainability Office (fee includes 5% GST). $3,150 (please provide a separate cheque) C Site Changes (includes Public Realm) Fee Up to 1,000 m2 (rate per 200 m2 or part thereof) $250 Additional area (rate per 200 m2 or part thereof) $85 Maximum $5000 D Alterations, Changes of Use Fee For each 100 m2 GFA* (or part thereof) $290 Maximum $2,350 E Revisions Fee Revisions to drawings resulting from non-compliance or insufficient information, or applicant’s request 10% of fee that would apply  to a new application  (minimum fee $160) F Minor Amendments Fee Amendments where less than 15% of GFA or building exterior is altered or where less than 15% of GFA use is changed 25% of fee that would apply  to a new application  (minimum fee $160) G Extensions and Renewals Fee Extension of validity of development permit or renewal of a development permit which has become void 75% of fee that would apply  to a new application  (minimum fee $340)  * GFA = gross floor area ** Submit separate cheques for each application and make payable to the ‘University of British Columbia’ Note: Where public notice in community newspapers is required as part of the Development Permit process, Campus & Community Planning will coordinate the advertising, but the applicant is responsible for all costs. T H E U NI VE R SI T Y  O F B RI T I SH  CO L UM BI A  Campus and Community Planning 2210 West Mall  x  Vancouver, B.C.  x  V6T 1Z4  604.822.8228  x   604.822.6119  Revised August 2015 3/5  DEVELOPMENT PERMIT APPLICATION CHECKLIST  Submission Requirements  Comments Application Form x A Development Permit Application Form must be completed and signed at time of submission. … Application Fee x An application fee is due at time of submission. … Written Description x A description of the project, outlining the use, site context and rationale. … Design Policy Compliance x A brief written outline on how the project complies with the campus wide design guidelines (Vancouver Campus Plan Part 3) for academic projects or the design guidelines in the applicable neighbourhood plan for neighbourhood projects. … Title Search x Copy of current title search from the Land Title Office, for each parcel involved in the proposal (include Legal description and Property Identifier). … Site Profile x See UBC Procedures Related to Contaminated Sites Regulation. A Stage 1 Preliminary Site Investigation, Site Profile are required. http://riskmanagement.ubc.ca/environment/contaminated-site-procedures x Environmental Compliance Check List is required http://planning.ubc.ca/sites/planning.ubc.ca/files/documents/planning-services/forms-documents/DP-Envtl-ComplianceChecklist-Jun13.pdf  … Tree Survey x Location and identification of all existing trees and other significant plant material on-site. … Green Building Certification x Academic: Submit LEED checklist; min. LEED Gold and 42% below MNECB http://www.sustain.ubc.ca/campus-initiatives/buildings/leed-ubc x Residential: Submit REAP checklist; min. REAP Gold http://sustain.ubc.ca/campus-initiatives/green-buildings/reap … Geotechnical Report x Prepared by a Geotechnical Engineer for potentially hazardous or unstable areas. … Photos x Pre-construction digital photos of site and surrounding context … DP Notification Sign x See Development Permit Notification Sign Guidelines below  (photo verification required). … Building Signage x See UBC Sign Standards and Guidelines http://planning.ubc.ca/sites/planning.ubc.ca/files/attachments/2010_Sign_Guidelines.pdf  … 3D Model x 3D digital model of the project in Sketch-Up format. …  Drawing Requirements  One hardcopy set (11” x 17” and stapled only) and one digital set (email or CD of all drawings in PDF format).  Cover Sheet with Project Statistics (Data Sheet) x Total Site Area and Site Coverage x Net and Gross Floor Area by Use x Building Height(s)  x Setbacks: Front Yard, Rear Yard and Side Yards (permitted + proposed) x Number of Parking, loading and bicycle parking spaces (Class 1 + 2) (permitted + proposed) x Number of Dwelling Units, unit sizes, bedrooms per unit + CRUs x Floor Space Ratio permitted and proposed x Summary of floor areas by level and exclusions (residential projects) x List of variances requested and rationale …  Context Plan x Plan showing the relationship of the proposed buildings to surrounding developments at front, rear and sides …  T H E U NI VE R SI T Y  O F B RI T I SH  CO L UM BI A  Campus and Community Planning 2210 West Mall  x  Vancouver, B.C.  x  V6T 1Z4  604.822.8228  x   604.822.6119  Revised August 2015 4/5  Drawing Requirements (cont.) Comments Site Plan x Address (if available) x Street name(s) x Dimensions of site x Location and dimensions of all buildings with north arrow x Required yards, setbacks and building lines x Size and location of all off street parking and loading x Access to parking and loading x Existing and finished grade levels x Treatment of open areas, courtyards, pedestrian areas, etc. x Location of garbage facilities x Location of fire hydrants and their distance from the subject site x Fire access routes or lanes x Area of proposed work if adding to an existing building (highlight) …  Utilities x Site Plan showing the adjacent existing utility lines, clearances between the building and existing utility lines and preliminary service connections to the existing utility systems (sign off by Utilities required prior to DP issuance) x Preliminary Service Connection Application Form to be submitted to Utilities. x Residential projects only: Submit a copy of the completed Energy Service Agreement with Corix Multi-Utility Services Inc. …  Survey Plan x Street address, street name(s) and location x Dimensions of site and site area, including north arrow x Location and dimensions of all existing buildings on the site x Ultimate property line x Lane dedications, registered easements, encroachments and right-of-ways must be indicated on the surveys x Location of existing street crossings x Existing grades at each of the four corners of the site x Existing grades at each corner of the existing and/or proposed principle building envelope  … Shadow Analysis x Spring / Summer at 10 am, 12 pm and 2 pm …  Floor Plans x All storeys including all levels of underground parking x All door, window and skylight locations x Location of vents, bay or box windows, air conditioning units and/or condensing units  …  Roof Plan  x Dimensions  x Elevations of roof parapet, mechanical, elevator/stair housing, amenity areas …  Elevations x Elevation of front, rear, two sides and courtyard (if applicable) x Floor levels and height above and below finished grades x Exterior finishing details and materials x Elevation on each floor level, peak of pitched roof or parapet wall of flat roof x Door and window details and sizes x Weather protection x Accessory building details x Sign Location …  Sections x Longitudinal and cross sections x Details of vaulted areas and adjacent attic spaces  x Envelope or height protrusions x Bay window, window seats and window well details …  Landscape Plans x Provide a full Landscape Plan illustrating both common and botanical names, sizes and quantity of all proposed plant material x Proposed plant material, paved surfaces and materials, other landscape elements and existing/proposed trees must be shown on Landscape Plan x Existing site contours, landscaping and material to be removed, include size, common name and location x All landscape elements and details, including new/existing surfaces to be retained, enclosures, site furniture, fences and structures …  Lighting x Proposed Lighting Plan is to comply with Lighting Guidelines  (Vancouver Campus Plan Part 3 Sec. 2.5.2) …  T H E U NI VE R SI T Y  O F B RI T I SH  CO L UM BI A  Campus and Community Planning 2210 West Mall  x  Vancouver, B.C.  x  V6T 1Z4  604.822.8228  x   604.822.6119  Revised August 2015 5/5  DEVELOPMENT PERMIT NOTIFICATION SIGN GUIDELINES *  From UBC Development & Building Regulations, Section 1.10 Public Process: The applicant shall erect information signs in the specified format on or immediately adjacent to the site in location(s) approved by the Manager, Development Services for Development Permits. The sign must be in place no later than 1 week after submission of the application and shall remain until the project is complete or withdrawn, whichever comes first. Size: The standard size is 4’ x 8’ (1.2 m x 2.4 m). Lettering: The lettering is to be Helvetica and is to be black on a white background. Construction Specifications: Standard format is a freestanding sign supported only by posts or poles where the top of the sign does not exceed 9 feet (2.75 m) in height above grade. All signs must be erected in a safe manner and be structurally sound to withstand wind and weather. Location: Signs must be placed within the boundaries of the site, approximately but not closer than 6 feet (1.82 m) from any property line and such that it does not interfere with pedestrian or vehicular traffic. The sign must be located so that it can be clearly read from streets or lanes and be clear of all site obstructions. Where site is bounded by more than one street or corridor, more than one sign may be required. Content: Signs must contain the information in the standard sign layout template below.  Prior to installation the applicant or agent must: 1. Submit a drawing of the proposed sign(s) and map indicating its (their) location to Campus & Community Planning (C&CP) for approval. 2. Advise in advance of the date of posting and call to confirm when the sign has been erected.  Following installation of all approved signs the applicant or agent must: 1. Submit dated photographs of all signage to C&CP.  Removal of Signs: The sign must be removed from the site at the applicant’s cost 14 days after issuance of DP.  * Note: DP notification signs are not usually required for minor DP Applications; please check with C&CP.   Development Permit Sign Layout 8 ft          4 ft        NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT PERMIT APPLICATION – No. DP XXXXX  (Name of the development)  (Applicant’s name) have applied to the University of British Columbia  for a Development Permit to construct (building type, storeys & units).  The total building area is    m2. Anticipated start of construction date  Public Open House Date + Time:  Location: Development Permit Board meeting details if applicable.  Developer’s name: Contact number:  For more information contact: Karen Russell, Manager, Development Services Campus & Community Planning 2210 West Mall, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z4 Phone: (604) 822-1586, Fax: (604) 822-6119 Email:  Karen.Russell@ubc.ca http://www.planning.ubc.ca Site Plan (24’’x24’’)  Includes north arrow, street names, building names, lot dimensions & ‘You are here’.  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Dissemination of Information and Adherence to the Building Permit Terms & Conditions 7KHDSSOLFDQWLVUHVSRQVLEOHIRUHQVXULQJDOOWUDGHVFRQWUDFWRUVDQGVXEFRQWUDFWRUVWKDWZRUNRQWKHMREVLWHDUHDZDUHRIDQGFRPSO\ZLWKWKHVH7HUPVDQG&RQGLWLRQVDVZHOODVWKHVWDQGDUG7HUPV	&RQGLWLRQVIRU%XLOGLQJ3HUPLWVKWWSSODQQLQJXEFFDVLWHVSODQQLQJXEFFDILOHVGRFXPHQWVSODQQLQJVHUYLFHVIRUPVGRFXPHQWV%37HUPV&RQGLWLRQVB-DQSGI     NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 				 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix I 											APPENDIX I Risk Assessment 1 Retained by Client SiteRisk of protracted encroachment negotiations prior to roundabout constructionDesignRisk that Metro Vancouver might not accommodate encroachment upon the Pacific Spirit Park property lineDelay in select project works related to roundabout construction due to negotiations Mitigate: Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is experienced in property negotiations with the regional body and can ensure timely grant of easement2 Retained by Client PlanningRisk of lengthy utility crossing permit approval periods prior to commencing utility/road worksConstructionRisk that utility owner approval process for the proposed works is longer than anticipatedDelay in roadworks construction commencement and completion, resulting in increased cost and traffic disruption during the start of school year due to the overlap between construction and academic schedulesMitigate: UBC Campus + Community Planning can ensure that approval time is conservative in project planning timelines and ensure sound procedures are carried out3 Transferred to Client Design/SiteRisk of overestimation of catchment area for the stormwater systemDesignRisk that size of catchment area estimated to be draining into the site is overly conservativeExcessive expenditure associated with the oversized components of the stormwater management systemMitigate: UBC Campus + Community Planning to supply reliable topographical information4 Transferred to Contractor ConstructionRisk of existing invert elevations or manhole depths not being able to support the proposed systemConstructionDesign of the new minor system assumes that the proposed upgrades can be accommodated around the existing infrastructure, and that the existing manhole barrel depths and mainline inverts will accommodate the bypass system that directs water to the underground detention facilityIf invert elevations or manhole depths are not able to suppor the proposed system, an alternative configuration will need to be designedMitigate: Sequencing the roadworks after the completion of the Bike Garden helps mitigate this risk as the month of May is available for detailed utility survey  and any necessary design revisions. R I S K   R E G I S T E RProject: NW Marine Dr.-East Mall-Chancellor Blvd. Intersection RedesignClient: UBC Campus + Community PlanningOwners: Musqueam First Nation & BC Ministry of TransportationConsultant: Van Augustine ConsultantsRisk CategoryRisk IDRisk Allocation (Retained/Shared/Transferred)Risk Treatment (Avoid, Transfer, Mitigate, Accept)ConsequenceDescriptionTiming of Risk Event (Planning, Design, Construction, Operations)RiskRevision Issue Date: 2016-04-085 Shared with Client SiteRisk of lengthy approval process associated with the construction plans for the Bike Park Gateway BuildingDesignRisk that client review of gateway building plans is more drawn out than expectedDelay in building construction, completion and service commissioning. Trucks bringing in construction materials and taking out any excavated materials may cause traffic disruption during the high-traffic time the school yearMitigate: UBC Campus + Community Planning has proposed an on-going review process to identify deficiencies in the building plans as early as possible6 Transferred to Contractor ConstructionRisk that traffic volumes higher than those anticipated are experienced during the construction phase.ConstructionTraffic volumes higher than those anticipated are experienced during construction May require the enforcement of additional traffic management measures. Also, increased traffic may slow down roadwork and construction activities, resulting in an off-schedule deliveryMitigate: Inflation of traffic mangement budget.      NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 				 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix J 											APPENDIX J Stakeholder Engagement Strategy 	       NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 				 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix J 	Stakeholder Engagement Framework  Different stakeholder group require different levels of engagement at different stages in the project. To maintain consistency and transparency the following consultation model is followed once an engagement activity has been selected.        NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 				 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix J 	 	Stakeholder Registry   Project:  NW Marine Dr./ Chancellor Blvd./ East Mall Intersection Redesign  Client:    UBC Campus and Community Planning Highest: 5 Lowest: 1 Power Level of Concern Location Position Expectations and Roles of stakeholders (Direct Control, Influence) (Interest, Technical, Non-technical) Internal/ External Support/ Neutral/ Resist     Stakeholder Name/ Group Score:  1-5 Score:  1-5 Score:  I / E Score:  S / N / R 1 UBC Board of Governors  5 3 I S or N Funder/Decision Maker 2 UBC Senate  5 3 I S or N Funder/Decision Maker 3 UBC Campus and Community Planning 5 5 I S Coordinator 4 UBC Students 1 2 I N User 5 Alma Masters Society  3 2 I S User/ Indirect Financial Contributor 6 UBC Transportation Committee  3 4 I S Decision Maker 7 UBC Building Operations  2 1 I N Site Neighbor  8 UBC Facilities Management 2 1 I N Site Neighbor 9 Chan Centre 2 3 I N or R Site Neighbor / Destination for Users 10 Museum of Anthropology  2 3 I N or R Destination for Users 11 Musqueum First Nation  1 1 E N Owner  12 BC MOTI 5 5 E S Owner/Maintainer/  Regulator  13 Metro Vancouver  4 3 E N or R Decision Maker (to be confirmed) 14 Translink  3 4 E N or R User  15 Utility Owners  1 3 E N or R Service Provider 16 UBC Community Members 1 2 E S and R User  17 Nearby Residents  1 5 E S and R User / Site Neighbor 18 UBC Faculty Association  4 1 E N User 19 University Neighborhoods Association  3 3 E S  User 20 UBC Community Liaison Committee 3 3 E S User  21 UEL Administration  3 3 E S an R User  22 UEL Citizens Advisory Committee 3 3 E S and R User 23 General Public  2 2 E N User 		 	     NW Marine Dr/Chancel lor Blvd/East Mal l  Intersect ion Redesign  UBC SEEDS Sustainability Program 				 Van Augustine Consultants April 2016 | Appendix J 		Figure 25: Stakeholder Classification 

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