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20200841 National Grid Pole 157/1 Application ��v K C OG 4 5F f` f FOR OFFICE USE1 C OF SARATOGA SPRINGS ,� �, , i %16(984/1 Ai °J ,+`` c1 } '" \, DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION (Application#) -) , AV 2.020 \ City Hall -474 Broadway • ' '!...7z" 1 ()\I 13 i) Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 /VcORPORATED \9\'i , Tel 518-587-3550 x.5I5 fax:518-580-9480 i " — (Date received) - www.saratoga-springs.org ARCHITECTURAL/ HISTORIC REVIEW APPLICATION APPLICANT(S)* OWNER(S) (If not applicant) ATTORNEY/AGENT Name Tilson Technology Management, Inc. National Grid Centerline Communications, LLC -Cr1 Address 16 Middle St., 4th Floor 300 Erie Blvd. West 750 W. Center Street, Suite 301 Portland, ME 04101 Syracuse, NY 13202 West Bridgewater, MA 02379 Phone (603) 401 / 9498 (781) 907 / 1863 (781) 831 / 1281 Email ptrudel@tilsontech.com mmnytele@us.ngrid.com ccody(cr)_clinellc.com Identify primary contact person: 0 Applicant 0 Owner rif Attorney/Agent Craig Cody *An applicant must be the property owner, lessee, or one with an option to lease or purchase the property in question. Applicant's interest in premises: 0 Owner EX Lessee 0 Under option to lease or purchase PROPERTY INFORMATION National Grid utility pole#157/1 Property Address/Location: Located at 3291 Route 9 Tax Parcel #: 191 . 1 - 56 - 1 (for example:/65.52-4-37) Current Zoning District: Rural Residential Property use: 0 Residential fil Non-residential/mixed-use Type of Review: 12f.Architectural 0 Historic 0 Extension/modification (of current approval) Summary description of proposed action: Proposed AT&T Omni Antenna to be mounted on the top of an existing wooden pole; affixed to the side of the pole will be an equipment shroud housing the RRUS along with ancillary cables. All equipment to be painted to match existing pole color (grey) Has a previous application been filed with the DRC for this property? E7(No 0 Yes—date(s)? -App. No.(s)? APPLICATION FEE (payable to "Commissioner of Finance"): Residential Structures (principal, accessory) $50 Non-residential/mixed-use structures (principal) $500 Residential approval—extension/mod $50 Non-residential signs, awnings, accessory structures $125 Non-residential mixed-use sketch $150 Non-residential approval—extension/mod $125 Demolition $350 "A "complete" application consists of 1 hard copy(original) , and I electronic copy of application &ALL other materials as required below: New Construction/Additions ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and adjacent properties ❑ Site plan, drawn to scale,showing existing&proposed construction, property lines&dimensions, required&proposed setbacks&lot coverage,site features (fences,walks,trees, etc.);on no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller preferred if legible ❑ Elevation drawings showing design of all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions, colors, materials, lighting(fixture &lamp type,wattage), etc. -include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Floor plans for proposed structure;on sheet no larger than 2'x3'—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Change in exterior building materials (windows, doors, roof, siding, etc.), or color(in non-residential districts only) ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and that illustrate affected features ❑ Elevation drawings showing all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions,colors, materials, lighting(fixture&lamp type,wattage),etc.-include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Within front yard setbacks in Historic Districts only (Front setbacks:UR-I &INST-HTR=30';UR-4=25';UR-2,UR-3&NCUD-I=10') - Installation, removal or change in material of drive- and walkways - Installation or removal of architectural, sculptural or vegetative screening over 3' in height - Installation of accessory utility structures or radio/satellite transmission/reception devices (more than 2' diameter) For any of above: ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures, and of adjacent properties ❑ Site plan showing existing&proposed construction: include property lines&dimensions, required&proposed setbacks&lot coverage,site features(fences,walks,trees, etc.) street names,compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller preferred if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Signage/Awnings ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures, and adjacent properties ❑ Plan showing location of proposed sign/awning structure on building/premises: no larger than I I"x 17" ❑ Scaled illustration of proposed sign/awning structure and lettering(front view&profile):include all dimensions of structure;type, dimensions and style of lettering or logo;description of colors, materials, mounting method and hardware ❑ Descriptions,specifications of proposed lighting including fixture&lamp type,wattage, mounting method,and location ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Demolition ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and of adjacent properties ❑ Site plan showing existing and any proposed structures-include dimensions,setbacks,street names,compass bearing,and scale ❑Written description of reasons for demolition and, in addition: ❑ For structures of"architectural/historical significance",demonstrate"good cause"why structure cannot be preserved ❑ For structures in an architectural district that might be eligible for listing on National Register of Historic Places,or for a "contributing"structure in a National Register district(contact City staff), provide plans for site development following demolition- include a timetable and letter of credit for project completion Telecommunication facilities ►4 Color photographs showing site/existing structures,and of adjacent properties ER Site plan showing existing and proposed structures: include dimensions,setbacks,street names,compass bearing,and scale IX Scaled illustration of proposed structures: include all dimensions;colors, materials, lighting, mounting details ® Consult Article 240-12.22 of the City's Zoning Ordinance and City staff to ensure compliance with requirements for visual impact assessment and existing and proposed vegetative screening Revised 01/2019 Request for extension of current approval ❑ Identify date of original DRC approval: Current expiration date: Org.App. No. ❑ Describe why this extension is necessary and whether any significant changes have occurred either on the site or in the neighborhood. SEQR Environmental Assessment Form Ill Applicants proposing the following must complete"Part I"of the SEQR Short Environmental Assessment Form (available here: http://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/permits ei operations_pdf/seafpartone.pdf): -Construction or expansion of a multi-family residential structure(4 units +) -Construction or expansion(exceeding 4,000 sq.ft.gross floor area)of a principal or accessory non-residential structure -Telecommunications facility, radio antennae,satellite dishes - Demolition Disclosure Does any City officer, employee or family member thereof have a financial interest (as defined by General Municipal Law Section 809) in this application? ❑ No 0 Yes- If yes, a statement disclosing the name, residence, nature, and extent of this interest must be filed with this application. Certification I/we,the property owner(s), or purchaser(s)/lessee(s) under contract, of the land in question, hereby request an appearance before the Design Review Commission. By the signature(s) attached hereto, I/we certify that the information provided within this application and accompanying documentation is, to the best of my/our knowledge,true and accurate. I/we further understand that intentionally providing false or misleading information is grounds for immediate denial of this application. I/we hereby authorize the members of the Design Review Commission and designated City staff to enter the property associated with this application for purposes of conducting any necessary site inspections relating to this application. Furthermore, I/we agree to meet all requirements under Article VII for Historic Review or Article VIII for Architectural Review of the Zoning Code of the City of Saratoga Springs. Craig Cody p'.,o°° °" ,mg 11/9/2020 Date: Date: (applicant si nature) Craig Cody, as agent for Applicant Date: (applicant signature) If applicant is not the currently the owner of the property, the current owner must also sign. Owner Signature: Please see attached consent letter Date: Owner Signature: Please see enclosed licenses from utility pole owner Date: Revised 01/2019 FOR OFFICE USE ONLY This application has been reviewed by the Zoning Enforcement Officer and is being forwarded to the Commission. Signature: Date: Additional Comments: Revised 01/2019 .rte NT OGA 'FOR OFFICE USEI ��`-;, `sf.� _w____ (__c_ITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS } '1` .-� �P 1 illi i'n ..-, . S, i DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION = 1--;':3:7'2,:N.-:14 i= U � ,1 0 (Application#) ,;W-;,A;.. .` .� �Q,n 1 ti)\ City HaII-474 Broadway " Nw 1---� Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 /Nc°RPORATEO �9,,11 Te,518-587-3550 x.5 I5 fax:518-580-9480 Date received) www.saratoga-springs.org ( ARCHITECTURAL/ H ISTORIC REVIEW APPLICATION APPLICANT(S) OWNER(S) (If not applicant) ATTORNEY/AGENT Name Tilson Technology Management, Inc. National Grid Centerline Communications, LLC -Cil Address 16 Middle St., 4th Floor 300 Erie Blvd. West 750 W. Center Street, Suite 301 Portland, ME 04101 Syracuse, NY 13202 West Bridgewater, MA 02379 Phone (603) 401 / 9498 (781) 907 / 1863 (781) 831 / 1281 Email ptrudel@tilsontech.com nmnytele@us.ngrid.com ccody(a�clinellc.com Identify primary contact person: 0 Applicant 0 Owner Di Attorney/Agent Craig Cody *An applicant must be the property owner, lessee, or one with an option to lease or purchase the property in question. Applicant's interest in premises: 0 Owner a Lessee 0 Under option to lease or purchase PROPERTY INFORMATION National Grid utility pole#157/1 Property Address/Location: Located at 3291 Route 9 Tax Parcel #: 191 , 1 _ 56 _ 1 (for example:/65.52—4—37) Current Zoning District: Rural Residential Property use: 0 Residential Non-residential/mixed-use Type of Review: iff Architectural 0 Historic 0 Extension/modification (of current approval) Summary description of proposed action: Proposed AT&T Omni Antenna to be mounted on the top of an existing wooden pole; affixed to the side of the pole will be an equipment shroud housing the RRUS along with ancillary cables. All equipment to be painted to match existing pole color(grey) -- 0231711 Centerline Communications LLC ROCKLAND TRUST COMPANY 750 W. Center Street MEDFIELD,MA 02052 Suite 301 ' 53-447/113 W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 (781)713-4725 23171 DATE AMOUNT m 7t 0 11/5/2020 **********500.00 PAY THE SUM OF FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ******************************************* TO THE ORDER VO AFTER 90 DAYS 8 OF City of Saratoga Springs7/ AORIZEDSIGNATURE ' Short Environmental Assessment Form Part 1 -Project Information Instructions for Completing Part 1—Project Information. The applicant or project sponsor is responsible for the completion of Part 1. Responses become part of the application for approval or funding, are subject to public review,and may be subject to further verification. Complete Part 1 based on information currently available. If additional research or investigation would be needed to fully respond to any item,please answer as thoroughly as possible based on current information. Complete all items in Part 1.You may also provide any additional information which you believe will be needed by or useful to the lead agency; attach additional pages as necessary to supplement any item. Part 1—Project and Sponsor Information New Cingular Wireless PCS,LLC("AT&T")-CRAN_RUNY_STOG1_012 Name of Action or Project: Communications equipment attachment to utility pole Project Location(describe,and attach a location map): Utility Pole#157/1 ;Best Western at 3291 Route 9 Brief Description of Proposed Action: Attach communications equipment to utility pole#157/1 as shown in Plans Name of Applicant or Sponsor: Telephone: 781-831-1281 Craig Cody E-Mail: ccody@clinellc.com Address: 750 West Center Street,Suite 301 City/PO: State: Zip Code: West Bridgewater MA 02379 1. Does the proposed action only involve the legislative adoption of a plan, local law,ordinance, NO YES administrative rule,or regulation? If Yes,attach a narrative description of the intent of the proposed action and the environmental resources that may be affected in the municipality and proceed to Part 2. If no, continue to question 2. I I I v 2. Does the proposed action require a permit,approval or funding from any other government Agency? NO YES If Yes, list agency(s)name and permit or approval:City of Saratoga Springs Design Review and building permit I I ri 3. a. Total acreage of the site of the proposed action? 0 acres I�/ b. Total acreage to be physically disturbed? 0 acres c.Total acreage(project site and any contiguous properties)owned or controlled by the applicant or project sponsor? 0 acres 4. Check all land uses that occur on,are adjoining or near the proposed action: Urban ❑ Rural(non-agriculture) ❑ Industrial m Commercial ❑ Residential(suburban) ❑ Forest ❑ Agriculture J Aquatic ❑ Other(Specify): ❑Parkland • Page 1 of 3 SEAF 2019 5. Is the proposed action, NO YES N/A a. A permitted use under the zoning regulations? ✓ n b. Consistent with the adopted comprehensive plan? I v l n NO YES 6. Is the proposed action consistent with the predominant character of the existing built or natural landscape? n 7. Is the site of the proposed action located in,or does it adjoin,a state listed Critical Environmental Area? NO YES If Yes,identify: 1 I- NO YES 8. a. Will the proposed action result in a substantial increase in traffic above present levels? ✓ b. Are public transportation services available at or near the site of the proposed action? ✓ c. Are any pedestrian accommodations or bicycle routes available on or near the site of the proposed ✓ action? 9. Does the proposed action meet or exceed the state energy code requirements? NO YES If the proposed action will exceed requirements, describe design features and technologies: 10. Will the proposed action connect to an existing public/private water supply? NO YES If No,describe method for providing potable water: Not applicable ✓ 11. Will the proposed action connect to existing wastewater utilities? NO YES If No, describe method for providing wastewater treatment: _ Not applicable ✓ 12. a.Does the project site contain,or is it substantially contiguous to, a building,archaeological site,or district NO YES which is listed on the National or State Register of Historic Places,or that has been determined by the ✓ Commissioner of the NYS Office of Parks,Recreation and Historic Preservation to be eligible for listing on the State Register of Historic Places? b. Is the project site, or any portion of it, located in or adjacent to an area designated as sensitive for ✓ archaeological sites on the NY State Historic Preservation Office(SHPO)archaeological site inventory? 13. a. Does any portion of the site of the proposed action, or lands adjoining the proposed action,contain NO YES wetlands or other waterbodies regulated by a federal,state or local agency? ✓ b. Would the proposed action physically alter,or encroach into,any existing wetland or waterbody? r If Yes, identify the wetland or waterbody and extent of alterations in square feet or acres: I v Page 2 of 3 14. Identify the typical habitat types that occur on,or are likely to be found on the project site. Check all that apply: Shoreline ❑ Forest ❑Agricultural/grasslands ❑ Early mid-successional ❑Wetland 0 Urban 0 Suburban 15. Does the site of the proposed action contain any species of animal,or associated habitats,listed by the State or NO YES Federal government as threatened or endangered? 16. Is the project site located in the 100-year flood plan? NO YES I✓I n NO YES 17. Will the proposed action create storm water discharge,either from point or non-point sources? If Yes, [7 I- a. Will storm water discharges flow to adjacent properties? I v f b. Will storm water discharges be directed to established conveyance systems(runoff and storm drains)? 1 If Yes,briefly describe: 18. Does the proposed action include construction or other activities that would result in the impoundment of water NO YES or other liquids(e.g.,retention pond,waste lagoon,dam)? If Yes,explain the purpose and size of the impoundment: ✓ 19. Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the location of an active or closed solid waste NO YES management facility? If Yes,describe: ✓ 20.Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the subject of remediation(ongoing or NO YES completed) for hazardous waste? If Yes,describe: 11 I I CERTIFY THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ABOVE IS TRUE AND ACCURATE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE Cody CraigDate: 11/09/2020 Applicant/sponsor/name: o,..„,,, a,.q , Agent Signature: Craig Cody o.k,mo,,�,o,9,a-0r� o .�...�,.T.�.om.� Title: 9 I PRINT FORM I Page 3 of 3 AT&T Mobility } 550 Cochituate Road ata 550 13&14 Framingham,MA 01701 October 28th, 2020 BWPSS Holdings LLC 5763 S Scenic Rd Springfield, MO 65810 Regarding: AT&T Installation on Utility Pole Property Address: 3291 Route 9, Saratoga Springs,NY 12866 Dear Owner, AT&T is looking to install equipment on a utility pole that is owned by National Grid,but which pole we believe may be located on the boundary line of the utility easements and Best Western's property. The National Grid pole number is pole 157/1 and it is located near the southern corner of Parcel ID 191.-1-56.1 in between the New York State Right of Way and the subject property. AT&T's equipment will help to increase AT&T's data capacity and transmission speed within the immediate vicinity of the equipment. This equipment will aid in reaching AT&T's goal of continuing to provide reliable wireless communications services in and around this area of Saratoga Springs. We currently have licenses from National Grid for this installation, however because this utility pole may not be in the public right of way, the City of Saratoga has asked us to reach out to you the abutting landowner for permission to install on the utility pole. I have enclosed a copy of the construction drawings showing AT&T's planned installation. If the Owner consents to AT&T's installation,kindly sign below in the space provided and return same to me as soon as possible. Please contact me at the email address or phone number below if you have any questions. I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Mark Zehr AT&T Mobility T NY RAN Construction Professional Technical-Vendor MGMT Mobile: 315-243-8493 AGREED AND CONSENTED TO BY: BWP Holdings LLC By: Print Name: Drew I er Title: Managing Member Attachee Code: 0307 State: NY Attachment Type: Wireless APPLICATION FOR POLE ATTACHMENT LICENSE Date: 01-Jun-2020 14931872- Application Number: CRAN_RUNY_STOG1_012 Licensee: New Cingular Wireless Street Address: 575 Morosgo Dr. NE City,State,Zip Code: Atlanta,GA 30324 In accordance with the terms and conditions of the License Agreement between us,application is hereby made for a license to make attachments to the specific poles indicated on the attached Exhibit 5 Form. Poles: 0 JO 1 SO, Tpoles: 0 , UG: MHs& ft Conduit By: Jilian Fancher Title: Site Acquisition Project Manager Tel.No.: 5088131614 Email: jfancher@clinellc.com POLE ATTACHMENT LICENSE Pole Attachment License is hereby granted to make the attachments described in this application which are located as indicated on the attached Exhibit 5 Form. Poles: 0 JO and 1 SO, Tpoles: 0 , UG: 0 MHs& ft Conduit Date: 13-Aug-2020 License Number: 29789862 Licensor: Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. By: Cheryl Catino Signature: ell,"e44..c2 Title: Telecom Attachments Coordinator Tel. No.: 781-907-1863 Mi,- .„ Y { Yf' p. � �? - 4,t- i^q-t-t 1.0 4 ..fi "e,, ,, 71 fT !t?4 erg 9 ,.�',' A", { d J .- t. D {a .3 ' -V',- A''t 2 z.. il o ll - ,.. 7 s , {'4,',",e;fit,/ rs+. t`P y st ' � '- , y1" a PO lit a „sawlAeitult,.. �. 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Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page Il NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration _•4111 CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS 1.0 GENERAL SUMMARY Centerline Communications,LLC ("Centerline")has been contracted to provide a Radio Frequency(RF) Analysis for the following AT&T wireless monopole facility to determine whether the facility is in compliance with federal standards and regulations regarding RF emissions. This analysis includes theoretical emissions calculations for all equipment for AT&T . 1.1 SITE SUMMARY Van ... Analysis ite Data Site Name: Antenna Model Facility Type: Unknown «4. Nlr. . Compliance Summary..,. . „' ... .r ., ..' , H. Compliance Status: Compliant Upon Mitigation Installation Maximum Modeled MPE%the Ground Level AT&T 0.65% (General Public Limit): Maximum Modeled MPE%on the Nearest Rooftop 0.00 % AT&T(General Public Limit): Maximum Modeled MPE%at the Antenna Level AT&T 2256.90% (General Public Limit): Site Data4Information CD: N/A ��� . __.r There are areas near the proposed antenna that are predicted to exceed MPE limits. The table below shows the distance from the antenna these areas extend. Horizontal Safety Distance(from Antenna Face) General Public Limit (ft.) 19' Occupational Limit(ft.) 9' Vertical Safety Distance(From Bottom Tip of agnom. n._. `Antenna) .. ... General Public Limit(ft.) 5' Occupational Limit (ft.) 4' Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 P a g e 3 • CENTERUNE COMMUNICATIONS Signage and barriers are the primary means of mitigating access to accessible areas of exposure. Below is a summary of existing and recommended signage at this AT&T facility. _. 141iftr...., ',�� < % s ;"� a Sign Type Sign Size #of Signs Sign Placement None N/A N/A N/A Sign Type Sign Size #of Signs Sign Placement Yellow Caution Standard 8"x12" N/A All Approaches Signage Installation Detail ■ Caution 2 signs must be installed so they are viewable from all approaches to the antenna. ■ This configuration must not be deployed within 19 feet of any structures or surfaces that may be walkable. Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 14 e U In 4J U L ^,4 `"ggj A i1 cs N _ `� z E I �S•533 v isi c#} s s O O O O o �_ ed!'.o f e o !� Mill Via€ 9 * f CI c a-+ b0 0 O.. O_ E 4 I. 1 M 11 4 `I O_II-at = ilE ya5 € 2. ii ll! .. C 4% N - 1 y0 Z' : I I Q$'1m ziliEtIIs Iii111 S°`R? 2d " o z, g< v '- ' c g 3p! 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CU CiD Ae >+ a) W U d o A U o • a Lill o UF" 01 w Cr) 0 C ) p' U M V] d C C/] 7. d' N (I) U NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration _of/ CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS 5.0 STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE Centerline conducted worst case modeling to determine whether the antenna configuration for NNV4SSP-360S-F4, is in compliance with FCC Regulations. 5.1 STATEMENT OF AT&T MOBILITY COMPLIANCE Based on the information analyzed,AT&T will be compliant with FCC Regulations once the mitigation measures recommended in this report are implemented. 5.2 RECOMMENDATIONS Sign Type Sign Size #of Signs Sign Placement Yellow Caution Standard ❑'WJ' NEE ❑ET]:IItoa= Signage Installation Detail • Caution 2 signs must be installed so they are viewable from all approaches to the antenna. • This configuration must not be deployed within 19 feet of any structures or surfaces that may be walkable. 5.3 DESCRIPTION OF MPE-LIMIT EXCEEDING AREAS Based on worst-case predictive modeling,there are no modeled exposures on any accessible walking/working surface related to AT&T's proposed antennas that exceed the FCC's occupational and/or general population exposure limits at this site. At the antenna level there is an area that extends 9 feet from the antenna face that may exceed the FCC's occupational limit for exposure to radio frequency emisssions. There is an area that extends 19 feet from the antenna face that may exceed the FCC's general population limit for exposure to radio frequency emissions. There is an area that extends 4 feet below the bottom tip of the antenna that may exceed the FCC's occupational limit for exposure to radio frequency emissions. There is an area that extends 5 feet below the bottom tip of the antenna that may exceed the FCC's general public limit for exposure to radio frequency emissions. 5.4 CARRIER SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION AREAS At ground level there are no areas predicted to exceed 1% MPE of the general population limit. Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 1 10 LINE NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration ODA, CENTER NNW COMMUNICATIONS 5.5 COLLOCATOR SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION AREAS Based on review of construction drawings and aerial photographs, no collocators were identified onsite. Emission exceedances are predicted 9 feet from the antenna face. This antenna must not be installed within 9 feet of any structures or surfaces that may be walkable. 6.0 FALL ARREST AND PARAPET INFORMATION As per AT&T barrier policy, rooftop edges that are protected with a 39-inch parapet wall or guardrail are safe for work activity within six(6)feet of the edge. OSHA has stated that an existing 39-inch guardrail or parapet provides sufficient protection for employees. The height of the top rail or equivalent component of guardrail systems in new construction shall be at least 42 inches above the walking or working surface. It should also be noted that the height of the parapet or guardrail may be reduced to no less than 30 inches at any point provided the sum of the depth(horizontal distance)of the top edge,and the height of the top edge (vertical distance from the work surface to the top edge of the top member, is at least 48 inches. If there is no reason for working atop the roof,then edge protection is not required. In addition,workers may use personnel lifts or temporary fall protection measures to perform work within 6 feet of the roof edge in place of permanent edge protection. Reference: 29 CFR 1910.28, 29 CFR 1910.23 (NPRM-1990); OSHA Letters of Interpretation 2/9/83 and 3/8/9 Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 111 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration CENTERLINE W. COMMUNICATIONS APPENDIX A: RF SIGNAGE RF Signage Description Sign Description Sign Blue Notice Decal Blue Notice Sign Used to alert individuals that Used to alert individuals that xorree�. they are entering an area that ....pp...M.mn. bNNry Ma. they are entering an area that r N[ TILE may exceed the FCC's . :Ca�PeK. n may exceed the FCC's General AfxwyY..axre bl tbN arm.....,a.v.,NU�..CCI •a .N.,Y4Wu n.�n Yar�nrtlnb x.m ^"'� "�'I/Mt antenna, General Population emissions """'°""'""` Population emissions limit. �r..R NIwI Iwt.wanhm tl.aaN�.nw. M1awrY hom lMhonb ollM 1rIATATN.bbi."''..b-'''n].w"-tY'-u Con ttl=.1,bb]],uN.i] �H<_-ten__ mew-.m-§ limit. Must be positioned such •... -�.N�n•h....,. p.b Must be positioned such that that persons approaching from .--z-""""°-* .- persons approaching from any any angle have ample warning angle have ample warning to to avoid the marked areas. avoid the marked areas. Yellow Caution Decal Yellow Caution Sign Used to inform individuals Used to inform individuals that that theyentering are an area Att.!'a.M.CAUTIONN46h..4S they are entering an area that Ny. .,... . .. A1_ CAUTION that may exceed the FCC's or*V,..T,...k.h.4.0.T�n'IAawa may exceed the FCC's Ofor ".wfI.TCC OatMNN0.Ni M Mte,bT tn,.. mwm.T.ne.e IM TCC. Wqun len4M "" """ NH `' Occupational emissions limit. TnNN.a.MTyebb]Mai"-"~'bN`°""^ Occupational emissions limit. Say AT&Tsa 4N awry h S*.,3.fo, C0041 aru. cab TAT NIW,WM3l.agbnbd.n).fw Mtp 11 Mou Kil.g Pt.wsk.NlN hnnti MX4 ---*"w^'=— ------ Must be positioned such that ,:,,N«T6+YA],FMif.„,,,„, Must be positioned such that 904�....,�.NN„., a Cl.�Mn aN�..1.4,..N....,” N. persons approaching from any N,Y.„�4 A�N.,,,�, persons approaching from any angle have ample warning to ._... -.. angle have ample warning to avoid the marked areas. avoid the marked areas. Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 P a g e 1 12 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS APPENDIX B: FCC GUIDELINES AND EMISSIONS THRESHOLD LIMITS All power density values used in this report were analyzed as a percentage of current Maximum Permissible Exposure (% MPE) as listed in the FCC OET Bulletin 65 Edition 97-Oland ANSI/IEEE Std C95.1. The FCC regulates Maximum Permissible Exposure in units of microwatts per square centimeter (µW/cm2). The number ofµW/cm2 calculated at each sample point is called the power density. The exposure limit for power density varies depending upon the frequencies being utilized. Wireless Carriers and Paging Services use different frequency bands each with different exposure limits,therefore it is necessary to report results and limits in terms of percent MPE rather than power density. All results were compared to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) radio frequency exposure rules, 47 CFR 1.1307(b)(1)— (b)(3), to determine compliance with the Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) limits for General Population/Uncontrolled environments as defined below. General Population/Uncontrolled exposure limits apply to situations in which the general public may be exposed or in which persons who are exposed as a consequence of their employment may not be made fully aware of the potential for exposure or cannot exercise control over their exposure. Therefore, members of the general public would always be considered under this category when exposure is not employment related, for example, in the case of a telecommunications tower that exposes persons in a nearby residential area. Public exposure to radio frequencies is regulated and enforced in units of microwatts per square centimeter (µW/cm'-). The general population exposure limit for the 700 and 800 MHz Bands is approximately 467 µW/cm2 and 567 µW/cm2 respectively, and the general population exposure limit for the 1900 MHz PCS and 2100 MHz AWS bands is 1000 µW/cm2. Because each carrier will be using different frequency bands, and each frequency band has different exposure limits, it is necessary to report percent of MPE rather than power density. Occupational/Controlled exposure limits apply to situations in which persons are exposed as a consequence of their employment and in which those persons who are exposed have been made fully aware of the potential for exposure,have been properly trained in RF safety and can exercise control over their exposure. Occupational/Controlled exposure limits also apply where exposure is of a transient nature as a result of incidental passage through a location where exposure levels may be above general population/uncontrolled limits (see below), as long as the exposed person has been made fully aware of the potential for exposure, have been trained in RF safety and can exercise control over his or her exposure by leaving the area or by some other appropriate means.The Occupational/Controlled exposure limits all utilized frequency bands is five(5)times the FCC's General Public/Uncontrolled exposure limit. Additional details can be found in FCC OET 65. Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 113 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS Table 1:Limits for Maximum Permissible Exposure(MPE) (A)Limits for Occupational/Controlled Exposure Frequency Range Electric Field Strength Magnetic Field Strength Averaging Time[E12, q y Power Density(S) [1112,or S (MHz) (E) (II) (mW/cm2) (minutes) (V/m) (A/m) 0.3-3.0 614 1.63 (100)* 6 3.0-30 1842/f 4.89/f (900/f2)* 6 30-300 61.4 0.163 1.0 6 300-1,500 -- -- f/300 6 1,500-100,000 -- -- 5 6 (B)Limits for General Public/Uncontrolled Exposure Frequency Range Electric Field Strength Magnetic Field Strength Averaging Time [E12, Power Density(S) (MHz) (E) (H) [1112,or S (mW/cm2) (minutes) (V/m) (A/m) 0.3-1.34 614 1.63 (100)* 30 1.34-30 824/f 2.19/f (180/f2)* 30 30-300 27.5 0.073 0.2 30 300-1,500 -- -- f/1,500 30 1,500-100,000 -- -- 1.0 30 f=Frequency in(MHz) *Plane-wave equivalent power density Fgure 9 FCC Limits for Maximum Permissible Exposure(MPE) Plane-wave Equivalent Power Density t,000 . 1 1 1 I ' OccupauonalControlled Exposure f— Genera 1 Pop0iation/Uncontrofled Exposure - 100- . \ 10- - 5- / 1- - 01- 0.1 1 1 1 t r t 0.03 0.3 1 3 30 300 1 3.000 30,000 i 300,000 1,3„1 1,500 100.000 Frequency(MHz) Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page i 14 ivIv v4SSP�360S P4 co”,. •~ CE NTE; AppEND co., C: CALCULA T JDOLOGY Centerl;e CO Roo astejTMm "unications formed theoretical modeling using Waterford Consultants' Predict; 2020 Vers ' Ihich uses a cylindrical model for conservative power density this are ns 1jth! on itenna where the antenna pattern has not truly formed yet. Within a power n the near fie p Where it is a del)sity val crease based upon an inverse distance function. At the point Powe r decrease rOPriate form(change from near-field calculations to far-field calculations the ry low ant Jr/verse/37`v uare ofthe distance. This modeling technique is very accurate with through field in na centerline's rooftops, where persons can get very close to the antennas and pass close proxi The modelino.g is based on l yecasessumptions for the number of antennas and transmitter power. Centerline Conlin unication s, LLC 7S0 W Center St West BridPpwarP, r A A nn,,,,-. CARLSON ENGINEERING \ LAND SURVEYING \ ENVIRONMENTAL Mma_ CAI September 2, 2020 Sent via email:vpaquette@clinellc.com Vincent Paquette Centerline Communications 750 W Center St,Suite 301 West Bridgewater,MA 02379 Subject: Utility Pole-Structural Analysis Report Carrier Information: Atoll Site Name: CRAN_RUNY_STOG1_012 FA Code: 14931872 Node Information: 3291 Route 9,Saratoga Springs,NY 12866 43.04291, -73.79102 Dear Mr.Paquette, Carlson McCain, Inc. (Carlson McCain) is pleased to present this "Utility Pole Structural Analysis Report" to determine the structural integrity of the antenna mount and equipment on the structure listed above. The purpose of the analysis is to determine acceptability of the Existing Utility Pole. Based on our analysis we have determined the stress level for the pole under the following load case to be: Existing Utility Pole+Proposed Equipment: Sufficient Capacity Note:See attached report for loading case (Passing at 24.1%) This analysis has been performed in accordance with the 2015 International Building Code based upon an ultimate 3-second gust wind speed of 115 mph converted to a nominal 3-second gust wind speed of 89 mph per section 1609.3.1 as required for use in the ANSI/TIA-222-G Standard per Exception#5 of Section 1609.1.1. All the equipment proposed in this report shall be installed in accordance with the construction drawings for the determined available structural capacity to be effective. See Appendix A for list of proposed equipment. Carlson McCain appreciates the opportunity of providing our current professional services to you and Centerline Communications, LLC. If you have any questions or need further assistance on this or any other projects, please give us a call. Sincerely, �,`Q. W. WR/G*f* 4> • ,afar Carlson McCain,Inc. ,1 1 * j r;p� ' xr ), 1 Lee W.Wright,P.E. ��,. 102 :• ��� Project Manager/Engineer /39°F 4���, ESS 9/3/2020 Carlson McCain Project No.—8459-00 15650 36TH AVENUE NORTH,SUITE 110,PLYMOUTH,MN 55446 \ TEL 952.346.3900 \ FAX 952.346.3901 \ CARLSONMCCAIN.COM September 2, 2020 Appendix A: Proposed Final Equipment Item Model Quantity Antenna Commscope NNV4SSP-360S-F4 w/Mount 1 Shroud SchroffTech AF000342-B Equipment Shroud 1 Meter Milbank U2272-RL-5T9 BL Meter 1 Disconnect SquareD QO8L100RB Load Center 1 Radio Ericsson 4449 1* Radio Ericsson 8843 1* *Located inside Equipment Shroud Carlson McCain, Inc. Page 2 Q c CD- 0c0 LO 0)� cq co O 4) d 0 O CO d 0 0 O Lo s 0 0 Q �U) M ai Q-0 M di co CO CO a) Q) F- TS TS c O 0O C C N a) N I.. 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McCAIN JURISDICTION: SARATOGA COUNTY sUBMITTALS 139.211 ., PERM-RING A., BNB OWNER: NATIONAL GRID 0.„,,20„ CON41,CTION a NEN PACE#: MRUNY015509 SITE NAME: CRAN_RUNY_STOG1_012 . CHECKED BY sAK APPROVED ST LEM PROJECT INFORMATION VICINITY MAP LOCAL MAP SPECIAL NOTES . . • THIS DOCUMENT is THE CREATION,DESIGN.PROPERTY AND COPTRIG=vANIg; .,,,,,,,I3 k F N Eli/ SITE NAME CRAN_RUNT_STOGI_012 N . N AT&T ANT DUPLICATION OR USE WITHOUT EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSE ,ru,,,.... 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B'STSTOIT-LZ ROAD ' _ H? -','EF:Fici'z'Fitiggifr'- FRAMINGHAM,MA 0170-1 BOIS INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE,,,,,,„,.co,,E SITE 2015 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY'CONSE BOIS INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODS °ETON USID pApTATA'otrCT =7010SOTENIN COM Jusn Cats Ve19 ...INTERNS:MEAL MECHANICAL CODE 255549 2015 INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE tij 205 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE e MIS INTERNATIONAL EXISTING BUILDING CODS PROJECT CONSULTANTS ,H,,,,,,,, 59 3291 ROUTE 9 0 ® SARATOGA SPRINGS,NY 12868 PROJECT CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMEN' 750 WEST CENTER STREET,SUITE Mt DIRECTIONS UTILITY NOTE SCOPE OF WORK WEST BRIDGEWATER,R.ESTIS FA LOCATION. CONTACT.VINCENT PAQUETTE DIRECTIONS FROM AT&T OFFICE 550 COCHITUATE fiOAD TINS IS NOTAN ALL INCLOSE.LIST CONTRACTOR SHALT UTILISE SPECIFIED EDUIPMENT PART 14931872 EMAIL.VPASUETTE@CLINELLC CAN FRAMINGHAM MA OM, UNDERGROUND OR AN APPROVES NOUNALENT.CONTRACTORSHALLBTRIEVALLNEEDES,LE=N7 SEFSECE ALERT TO PROVIDE A FUNCTIONAL SST TED PROJECT GENERALLY CONSISTS OF THE =1.TIE"TOTOZVAZg=TO'N'=ET',R=NTO UTILITIES PROTECTION CENTER,NC. PEOPOSESNODS WORN 'AgUISTION ZO'WrE"'C'Et.7TTRIZEWZTE 301 COGNITLIATT ROAD IMERGE ONTO I-90 TV VIA THE RAMP TO SPRINGFIELD. ADD(I)PROPOSED ANINNNAMOUNSNOBRESSET SHEN., WEST BRIDGEWATER MC 02002 CONTINUE ON 190-W TAKE EXIT St FOR I-90 TOWARDNTO US.ALBANYSTIDSON ADD O,PROPOSED SCH. SHATT=EZ=BINST TSTE GRAN_RUNTSroc _ i_oi2 CONTACT'SHAN FANCHER CONTINUE ON I-90 W TAKE EMT SATO MERGE OTTST N TOWARD TROTo.A ADD(1,PROPOSED WOMB',HASS OISCONNECT LOA°CENTER EMAIL JFANCHER@EITNELLC COM TAKE EXIT TN TO MERGE ONTO NY,WTOWARDINNSCNENECTADMARA. BB HOURS BEFORE TOU DIG ADD(1,PROPOSED METER YHTHISSIN BYPASS SPRINGS TAKE THE ENO ONTO INT N TOWARD SARATOGA SPRINGS/GLENS ADD(2)PROPOSED,TNCH NOVAE. FALLS.TAKE EXIT ISN TO MERGE ON10 UN 9 N TOWARD BALLSTON SPA ADD(HMO?...BORATES BUSNANSCHSOSTE asPvC COND.' SHEET,. MERGE ONTO US 9 N.DESSNATION IS ON THE LEFT TITLE 'N'"ER =fferTfrgEAIZE NORTH SUITE CIO 8 1 SHEET PLYMOUTH.MN SEW DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS CONTACT.LEE W VVRIGHT .., NIES/NUMBER EWES LWRIGHTSSCABLSONNOCAIN COM R SHAI L SERIES ALL PLANS 8 EXISTING DIMENSION"CONDITIONS ON THE JOT:ACHE S'SNALT IMMEDIATELY NON,THE ARCHITE0RCKT0ORBLEGRINsE”..ER IsIT1rINGOF Ar T-1 DISCREPANCIES BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH TNT W GENERAL CONSTRUCTION 26 GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL MINIMIZE DISTURBANCE TO THE EASING SITE DURING TORQUE REQUIREMENTS 2.4.2. CONSTRUCTION EROSION CONTROL MEASURES,IF REQUIRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. 1. POR THE.RPOSE OF CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS THE FOLLOWING DEFINITIONS SHALL SHALL BE IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE FEDE.L AND LOCAL JURISDICTION FOR EROSION 48. ALL RF CONNECTIONS,GROUNDING HARDWARE AND ANTENNA HARDWARE SH.L HAVE A -*) -7'1 AT&T AND SEDIMENT CONTROL. TORQUE MARK INSTALLED IN A CONTINUOUS ST.IGHT LINE FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE .PLY 26. NO FILL OR EMANKIXENT MATER.L SHALL BE PLACED ON FRO.N GROUND.FROZEN CONNECTION. M-2999:9:4121' 9 CONT.CTORICE1-AA.WIRELESS MATERIALS,SNOW OR ICE SHALL NOT BE...ED IN ANY FILL OR EMBANKMENT. A. RF CONNECTION BOTH SIDES OF THE CONNECTOR. 9 GENERAL CONTRACTOR-TBD 2, THE SUBGR.E SHALL BE BROUGHT TO A SMOOTH UNIFORM GRADE AND COMPACTED TO B. GROUNDING AND ANTENNA HARDWARE ON THE NUT SIDE STAR°NG FROM THE 9 OWNER.Al.WIRELESS .PERCENT STANDARD PROCTOR.DENS.LINDER PAVEMENT AND STRUCTURES AND 80 THRE.S TO THE SOLID SURFACE.EXAMPLE OF SOLID SURFACE.GROUND BAR, 2. ALL SPE WORK SHALL BE COMPLETED AS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS AND AT8,T PERCENT STANDARD PROCTOR DENSITY IN OPEN SPACE.ALL TRENCHES IN PUBLIC RICHT ANTENNA BRACKET METAL SPECIFICATIONS PROJECT. OF WAY SHALL BE BACKFILLED WITH FLOWASLE FILL OR OTHER MATER.L PRE.APPROVED f;‘ 3 CONTRACTOR SHALL visrr THE SITE AND SHALL FAMILIAR.TH...LATH ALL BY THE LOCAL JURISDICTION. CABLE MOUNTING IL ,01 CENTERLINE CONDITIONS AFFECTING THE PROPOSED WORK AND S.LL MAKE PROVISIONS. 28. ALL NECESSARY RUBBISH...PS,DRIS.STIG ,STONES,TOTEM/ To ORESE SHALL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR FAMILIARIANG THEMSELF.TH ALL CONTRACT BE REMOVED FROM THE arm TAM/ ER DISPOSED OF IN A LAWFUL MANNER. Mbar 6.91114171714. 99. TYPES AND SIMS OF THE ANTENNA CABLE ARE BASED ON ESTIMATED LENGTHS PRIORTO DOCUMENTS.FIELD CONDITIONS,DIMENSIONS,AND CONFIRMING THAT THE WORK MAY BE . ALI-BR.HURES,OPE.TING AND MAINTENANCE MANU.S,CATALOGS,SHOP D.WINGS, ORDERING CABLE.CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ACTUAL L.GTH BASED ON ACCOMPLISHED.SHOWN PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITTI CONSTR.TION ANY AND OTHER DOCUMENTS SHALL BE TURNED OVER TO THE CONTRACTOR AT COMPLETION CONSTRUCTION LAYOUT.0 NOTIFY THE PROJECT MANAGER IF ACTUAL LENGT.EXCEED DISCREPANCIES STIALL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ENGINEER PRIOR TO THE OF CONSTRUCTION AND PRIOR TO PAYMENT, RK WEAESTIMATED LENGTHS. COMMENCEMENT OF WO30. GENERAL CONT.CTOR S.LL SUBMIT A COMP.TE SET OF ANBUST REDLINES TO THE 4. 50. ALL COAXIAL CABLE SHALL BE SECURED TO THE DESIGNED SUPPORT STRUCTURE,IN AN ALL MATERIALS FURNISHED AND INSTAILED SHALL BE IN STRICT ACCORDANCE ITH ALL .NE.L CONT.CTOR UPON COMPLETION OF PROJECT AND PRIOR TO FIN.PAYMENT. CARLSON APPROVED MANNER,AT DISTANCES NOT TO EXCEED..OC. APPLICABLE CODES,REGUL6TIONS,AND ORDINANCES.CONT.CTOR SHALL NAN ALL 31. GENERAL CONTIANTOR SHALL LVE PREMISES IN A OLEAN CONDITION 51 0 GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL FOLLOW.MANUFACTURERS.COMMENDATIONS APPROPRIATE NOTICAND COMPLV ITH ALL .,ORDINANCES,RULES.REGULATIONS. 25, THE PROPOSFAC1L.WI.BE UNMANNED AND DOES NOT REQUIRE POTABLE WATER McCAIN REGARDING BOTH THE INSTALLATION AND GROUNDING OF ALL CO.AL GABLES, AND LAW.-ORDERSES WLA OP ANY PLISLIC AUTHORITY REG.DING THE PERFORMANCE OF OR SEW. ED SERVICE,AND IS NOT FOR HUMAN .H.ITAT(NO HANDICAP ACCEREQUIRED} CONNECTORS ANTENNAS AND ALL OTHER EQUIPMENT WORK. .. 0.LIPANCY IS LIMITED TO PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION,APPROXIMATE., " • 52. GEN.AL CONT.CTOR SHALL GROUND ALL EQUIPMENT.INCLUDING ANTENNAS,RET 5. ALL WORK CARRIED OUT SHALL.61PLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE MUNICIPAL AND UTILITY TIM.PER MONTH,BY ATST TECHNICIANS. MOTORS,TMAS,CO.CABLES,AND RET CONTROL CABLES AS A COMPLETE SYSTEM A. NO OUTDOOR STORAGE OR SOLID WASTE CONTAINERS.E PROPOSED. . COMPANY SPECIFICATIONS AND LOCAL JURISDICTIONAL CODES.ORDINANCES.AND GROUNDING SH.L BE EXECUTED BY QUALIFIED WREMEN IN COMPLIANCE WITH SUBMITTA. 55. ALL MATERIAL S.LL BE FURNISHED AND TVORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN ACC.DANCE APPLIC.LE REGULATIONS. MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATION AND RECOMMENDATION. FAA ANNAN BA:77278 AA BLITH THE LATEST REVISION AT.MOBILITY GROUNDING STANDARD"TECHNICAL 6. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.THE WORK SHALL INCLUDE FURNISHING MATERIALS, 094.9 f404,90),00 )A, ,44, SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF GSMAPRS W0WIRELESS SITES..'TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT,APPURTENANCES,AND LABOR NECESSARY TO COMPLETE ALL INSTALLATIONS GENERAL CABLE AND EQUIPMENT NOTES woman azfisiallerea .,o., ..ww CA FOR FACILITY GROUNDING°.IN CASE OF A GUCT BE1.EN THE /TS INDICATED ON THE DRAWINGS. CONSTRUCAON SPECIFICATION AND THE D.WINGS.THE DRAWINGS SHALL GOVERN, . 7. PLANS ARE NOT TO BE SCAMS.THESE PLANS ARE INTENDED TO BE A DIAGRAM.TIC . GENERAL CONTRACTORS SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING ALL PERMITS AND .. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE TO VERIFY ANTENNA.AND COAX OUTLINE ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED DIMENSIONS SHOWN.E TO FINISH INSPECTIONS REQUIRED FOR CONSTRUCTION.IF GENERAL CONTRACTOR CANNOT OBTAIN .NFIGLIRATION,MAKE AND MODELS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION SURFACES UNL.S OAIERWISE NOTED.SPACING FIERVEEN EQUIPMENT IS THE MINIMUM A PERMIT THEY MUST NOMA.DONT.CTOR IMMEDIATELY. 59. ALL CONNECTIONS FOR HANGERS,SUPPORTS,BRACING,ETC.SHALL BE INSTALLED PER • I REQUIRED CLEA.NCE.THEREFORE.IT IS CRITIC.TO FIELD VERIFY DIMENSIONS, 37. GENE.L CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ALL TRASH AND D.RIS FROM THE SITE ON A POLE MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDATIONS. . . SHOULD THERE BE ANY QUESTA.REGARDING THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS,THE DAILY BASIS. 55. GENER.CONTI.CTOR SHALL REFERENCE THE POLE STRIATUM.ANALYSIS/DESION . CONTRACTOR SH.L BE RESPONSIBLE POR OBTAINING A CLARIF.ATION FROM THE 38. INFORMATION SHOWN ON THE.DRAWINGS WAS OBTAIN...SITE VISITS AND/OR DRAWINGS FOR DIRECTIONS ON CABLE DISTRIBUTION/ROUTING. - ENGINEER PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK.DETAAS ARE INTENDED TO SHOW D.WINGS PROVIDED BY TTIE SITE OWNER.CONTRACTORS SHALL NOTI.THE ENGINEER . ALL OUTDOOR RF CONNECTORSAONNECAONS SHALL BE WEATHERPROOFED,EXCEPT THE DESIGN INTENT.MODIFICATIONS MAY BE REQUIRED TO SUIT JOB DIME.IONS OR OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO ORD.!.MATERIAL OR PROC.DING WITH RET CONNECTORS,USING BUTYL TAPE AFTER INSTALLATION AND FINAL CONNECTIONS D.WN BV: AAK CONDITIONS AND SUCH MODIFICATIONS S..BE INCLUDED AS PART OF WORK AND CONSTR.TION. ARE MADE.BUTYL TAPE SHALL..A MINIMUM OF ONE-HALF TA.NADIR OVERLAP ON PREPARED BY THE ENGINEER PRIOR TO PROCEEDING...WORK MI NO WHITE AROBE LIGHTS ARE PERMITTED,LIGHTING IF REQUIRED,WILL MEET FAA .CH TURN AND EACH LI9VER S.LL BE W.PPED THREE AMEN WEN.ERPROOFING CHECKED BY. .11 8 THE.NT.CTOR S..INSTALL ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH STAN.RDS AND REQUIREMENTS. SHALL BE SMOOTH VWTHOUT BUCKLING BUTYL BLEEDING 15 NOT A.OWED. APPROVED BA TWW 57. IF REQUIRED TO PAINT ANTENNAS AND1OR GO. : /), ,;,:w.,7: k( ANUFACTURE.RECO/LIME...NS UNLESS SPECIE...T.47ED OTHERWISE. B. IP THE SPECIFIED EQUIFIMENT.NNOT FIE INSTALLED AS SHOWN ON T..DRA.N., ANTENNA MOUNTING A TEMPERATURE SHALL BE AMAVE NT F. THE S, PAINT COLOR MUST BE APPRO.D BY BUILDING OWNER/LANDLORD.CONTRACTOR SHALL PROPOSE AN ALTERNATIVE MULL..SPACE FOR C. FOR REGULATED TOWERS,P.FCC APPROVED PAINT IS REQUIRED. APIIROVAL BY THE ENGINEER PRIOR TO PROCEEDING, 40. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCAON OE ANTENNA SUPPORTS SHALL CONFORM TO CURRENT Nt,ZF NEfi D. DO NOT PAINT MEI OLOR EN CCODING OR ON EQUIPMT MODEL NUMBERS. 10 GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY OF WORK AREA, ANSIMA52.5 OR APPLICABLE LOCAL CODES. 58. ALL CABLES SHALL BE GROUNDED WITH... THE CABLE GROUND KITS.FOLLOW ADJACENT AR.S AND BUILDING OCCUPANTS THAT ARE LIKELY TO BE.FECTED BATHE 91. ALL STEEL MATERIALS SHALL BE GALVANIZED AFT.FABRIC...IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. \'''''\ WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACT...ALL CONFIRM TO ALL OSHA REQUIREMENT.. ATM A.MINC(HOT-DIP GALVANIZED)COATINGS ON IRON AND STEEL PROOL.T., E. GROUNDING AT THE ANTENNA LEVEL. i ..) ,. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. 11. THE LOCAL JURISDICTION, F. GROUNDING AT BASE OF PILE PRIOR TO TURNING HOR..AL. 45. ALL.LTS,ANCHORS AND MISCELLANEOUS HARDWARE SHALL BE GALVANIZED IN CONTF.CTOR SHALL COORDINATE WORK AND SCHEDULE WORK ACT.TIES WITH OTHER ACCORDANCE WITH ASTM Al.MINO-COATING IHOT.DIP)ON IRON. GROUNDING NOTES 0 STEEL HARIX.R. 2'. •,,,..0,-.1,4,e,....11., DISCIPLINES. UNL.S NOTE°OTHERWISE. 15. ERECTION SHALL BE DONE IN A WORKMANLIKE MANNER BY COMPETENT.PERI.CED 45. DAMAGED GALVANIZED SURFACES S..BE REPAIRED BY COLD GALVANIZING IN 1. THE G.E.L CONTRACTOR SHA.REVIEW AND INSPECT THE EXISTING FACILITY I-- I I:As:4?... WORKMAN IN ACCORDANCE..APPLICABLE CODES AND THE BEST ACCEPTED ACCO ( ST ) ADPTA RDANCE...TM 78, GROUNDING SYSTEM AND LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM(AS DESIGNED AND '-' 9411. -...11P.9'47' RACTICE,ALL MEMBERS SHALL BE A.PLUMB ME TRUE AS INDICATED ON THE 44. ALL ANTENNA MOUNTS SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH LOCK NUTS,DOC.NAS AND SHALL INALLEDFOR STRICT COMPLMNCE WITH THE NEC AS OED.THE HJI. N E I.‘ - 96.0..A- ORM°NGS. BE TORQUED TO MANUFACTURERS EPA ER 10): SITE..ECIFIC THE 13. IUL,LPI.OR NEPA)LIGHTING PROTECT.CODE,AND GENERAL WO.PREVIOUSLY COMPLETE°IS REPRESENTED BY LIGHT SHADED LINES AND NOTES. 45. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL ANTENNA PER MANUFACTURERS Lf.'06 1C22 589 CANPLIANCE WITH ERICSSON AND TIA GROUNDING STANDA.S.THE SUBCONTRACTOR SCOPE OF WORK FOR Al.PROJECT IS REPRESENTED BE DARK SHADED LINES AND RECOMMENDATION FOR INSTALLATION AND GROUNDING. Ie?) ,<IX. SHALL REPORTS,.VIOLATIONS OR AD.RSE FINDINGS TO THE CONTRACTOR FOR NOTES.CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE CONT.CTOR OF ANY EXISTING CONDITIONS 45. ALL UNUSED PORTS ON ANY ANTENNAS SHALL BE TERMINATED WITH A 50-0.2 LOAD TO A,f RESOLUTION, °FES S 1 Z*'') THAT DEVIATE FROM THE DRAWN.PRIOR TO BEGINNING CONSTRUCTION MANAGER 48 97. GENERAL CONTRACTOR HALL RECO.THE SERIAL N SECTOR,AND POSITION AFEAC ' 'AL:07E'=/X1917:=Q1=r:FIA'E'L'EVSO'NLggrZ=EF,°A'T RAO To T'NG T 910312020 HOURS PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF WORN ACTUATOR INSTALLED AT THE ANTENNAS AND PRON.THE INFOR.TION TO ATE.. GRADE,BY TWO OR MORE COPPER BONDING CONDUCTORS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 15. THE G.E.L CONT...A.LL PFtOTECT EXISTING IMPROV.ENTS,PAVEMENTS, NEC, m'fly B.97);'N ILL IN 6MTIP&I,M9199R0 77 F A I CURBS,LANDSCAPING PM STRUCTURES.ANY DAMAGED PAR.SH.L BE REPAIRED AT 3 THE GENE.L CONT.CTOR SHALL PERFO.IEEE FALLOPPOTENTIAL RESISTANCE TO CONT...EXPENSE TO THE SAASFACTION OF TFIE OWNER. EARTH.STING(PER IEEE MO AND 81)FOR NEW GROUND ELECTf.DE SYSTEMS.THE 16. THE GENE.L.NTRACTOR SFIALL CONTACT UTILITY:LOCATING SERVIC.PRIOR TO THE GENERAL CONT.CTOR SHALL FURNISH AND INSTALL SUPPLEMENTAL GROUND START OF CONSTRUCTION. TELLER NEEDED TO ACHIEVE A TEST RESULT OF 5 OHMS OR LESS .10' 17, CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE AND MAINTAIN ACCESS FOR ALL TRADES AND 4. METAL.CONAN SHALL NOT BE USED.TfiE NEC REQUIRED EQUIPMENT GROUND 255509 CONTRACTORS TO THE SITE ANL.R BUILDING, COLOR/TEXT INDEX CONDUCTOR.ST.NDED COPPER CONDUCTORS..GREEN INS...SIZED IN 18. THE CENEF.L CONTRACTOR SHALL.RESPONSIBLE FOR SECURITY OF THE SITE FOR THE A.ORDANCE WITH THE NEG.SHALL SE FURNISH.AND INAALLED WI.THE POWER DURATION DE CONSTRUCTION UNTIL JOS COMPLETION. CIR..TO STS EQUIPMENT. SIM... 19. THE GEN.AL EL:CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINT.IN GOOD CONDITION ONE COMPLETE SET EACH BTS CABINET FRAME SHALL BE DIRECT.CONNECTED TO THE MASTEIT GROUND.: 3291 ROUTES LAO W .REVISIONS,ADDENDA.AND CHANGE ORDERS ON THE PREMISES AT ALL LIAR WITH.2E.INSULATED SUPPLEMENTAL EQUIPMENT GROUND WREN 6 AWN TIMES. STRANDED COPPER OR LARGER FOR INDOOR BIS 2 A.ST.NOED COPPER POE SARATOGA SPRINGS,NY 12866 M. THE GENE.L CONTRACT.SHALL PROVIDE PORTABLE FIRE EXANGUISHERS WITH A 1 :1 PROPOSED NEW OUTDOOR BTS. RATING OF NOT LESS THAN 5.94 TO L.A:10.8:C AND SHALL BE.THIN 25 FEET OF TRAVEL 8 EXOTHERMIC WELDS SHALL BE MED FOR ALL GROUNDING CONNECTIONS BELOW GRADE. DISTANCE TO ALL PORTIONS OP WHERE TIN WORK IS BEING COMPLETED DURING , APPROVED ANTIOXIDANT COATINGS(I.E.,CONDUCTIVE GEL OR PASTE)SHALL BE USED ON FA LOCATION- ALL COMPRESSION AND BOLTED GROUND CONNECTIO. CONSTRUCTION. 8. ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR OR COPPER CLAD STEEL CONDUCTOR SMELLNAT BE USED FOR 14931872 21. ALL EXISTING ACTIVE SEWER,WATER.GAN ELECTRIC.AND OTHER UTILITIES SHALL BE GROUNDING CONNECTIONS, PROTECTED AT ALL TIMES,MID WHERE REQUIRED FOR THE PROPER E.CUTION OF THE 9. MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL AND NONNLECTRIC.METAL BOX..FRAM.AND WORIL SHALL 8E RELOCATED AS DIRECTED BY TTIE ENGINEER.EXTREME CAUTION SUPPORTS SHALL BE BONDED TO THE GROUND ROD,IN ACCORDANCE WITH TO NEC. SHOULD BE USED IA THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR WHEN EXCAVATING OR DRILLING PIERS NOTE 10. METAL CONDUIT SHALL BE MADE ELECTRICALLY CONTINUOUS WITH LISTED BONDING SITE NA. IIIOUND OR N.R UTILITIES GENE.L CONTRACTOR.SHALL PROVIDE SAFETY...NG AP R . FITTINGS OR BY BONDING ACROSS.E DISCONTINUITY WITH 6 AWS COPPER WRE. CRAN_RUNT_STOG1_012 FOR THE WORKING CREW.AIM SHALL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMED TOFALL (NEE. TATENOTPLY IN PLIBLE SITUATIONS ONLY APPROVED GROUNDING TYPE CONDUIT CLAMPS. PROTECTION.Ii)CONFINED SPACE,CI ELECTRI.L SAFETY.AND 0)TO N ENCH. EXCAVATION. 25, ALL EXISTING INACTIVE SEWER.WATER.GAS.ELECT.,AND ONIER UTILITIES,WHICH SHEA TITLE INTERFERE WITH.E.ECUTION OF THE WORK,SH.L BE REMOVED,CAPPED,PLUGGED OR OTHERWISE DISCONNECTED AT POINTS WHICH WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH THE GENERAL EXECUTION OF THE WORK,AS DIRECTED.THE RESPONSIBLE ENGINEER,AND SUBJECT NOTES TO THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER ANDAR LOCAL UTILITIES. 23. THE AREAS OF THE OWNERS PROPERTY DISTURBED BY THE WORK AND NOT COVERED FIX SHEET NUMBER THE POLE,EQUIPMENT OR DRIVEWAY,SHALL BE GRADED TO A UNIFORM SLOPE,AND STABIL/ZED TO PR.ENT EROSION. GN-1 NOTE . . . „ . . . , . . . . , . , . , , . -,-, „ OREHit 2MrLETENESS OF THE COPIED SURVEY/SITE PLAN INFORMATION EXISTING BUILDING L AT&T SITE NOTES IT --_____ 1 :,C,.:ESPONSIBLE FOR SUBMTING/140 HOUR NOTICE PRIOR TO MOBILIZATION TO THE iii tit 61% EC NTERLNE 2 A PRE-CONSTRUCTION MEETING IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION START TO , '-. i!0 Nail. .1911,11:.11.i .... ,_ •;,,,,TIrTNG PLAN MAYBE REQUIRED ANO SHALL BE SUBMITTED WITH THE.18;MR •GC RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THE SAFE!YU IMS IS NOT TRAPPED OR CARLSON OTHERWISE OBSTRUCTED WITH REASONABLE BUILDING PRACTICES ' ' ' 0, McCAI N 3 GC RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATING DAILY LOG-IN AND LOGAUT WITH THE POLE OWNER WHERE APPLICABLE 4 g;ritZeRrTi:M.UTPFMTN r'llIS'T'YLZTC:i'UlITTT02 EPA7T20 0 A0 r'NES EXISTING POLE it157/1) , \ CATE ISESOMPTON REV 14,1E,, CONS TRUCTION COMPLETE ' Irrirolnom PEPNOT. A I.N.W SITE PHOTO , . , , t /i , ; . „ , . . AM< AAK LWW , . .. . Nee ''1'' AVira 1 .. ., i t.r,,,2). 102 589 , . 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Ericsson Micro 14449+8843 Dual Bands 4T4R Radios) / 4 St CENTERLINE 3 CONTEACTOR SHALL VERIFY THE HEIGHT OF THE ANTENNA WITH THE AT.'WIRELESS '1/4 ail ...13.3.8 PROJECT MANAGER. 4 VERIFY TYPE AND SIZE OF NODE POLE PRIOR TO ORDERING ANY ANTENNA MOUNT 5. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE THE CONTRACTOR MUST PROVIDE ALL MATERIAL OWI"'"'IIII4244.4 t's 10.4,8 *VW/...Z;-1.7::',$ _ CARLSON NECESSARY •..,;: olipt,''-., :,, ,-,,—.-"leh 4; ',g, ,:;4=4 (';' McCAIN 6. ANTENNA AZIMUT.ARE DEGREES OFF OF TRUE NORTH,BEARING CLOCKWISE,IN WHICH 4,V WZ-1,h.-7'11'1' ANTENNA FACE IS DIRECTED ALL ANTENNAS(AND SUPPORTING STRUCTURES AS PRACTICAL)SHALL BE ACCURATELY ORIENTED IN THE 7 CONTRACTOR SHALL VERSON,RF INFORMAT/ON PRIOR TO CONERECTION FLINI 1111 1r, ARA IMAM/111181tr 101/EH SUBMITTALS 1147£ poscalorox roov...sr 09,01(2720 oosoorrrolo A ors ' 8. SWEEP rEST SLOW BE PERFORMED BY GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUNSET.TO ATAT .32.2. coxsTRuctiou o oroot , WIRELESS CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST TEST SHALL BE PERFORMED PER AM WIRELESS STANDARDS. 4 BEES 15.1 146E1.34 MO/%99R Wt.KEW. 9 CABLE LENGTHS WERE DETERMINED BASED ON THE DESIGN DRAWING.CONTRACTOR TO m-L.:Ai SE 5454 ft:40,,,SUltR44ta 1.9543} VERIFY ACTUAL LENGTH DURING PRE-CONSTRUCTION WALK ..19399.999 .F. ...... , # WOWS BY OAK IIIII, 11.1 _-:,,,,,,. ,--3; CHECKED BY ARK RF, DC,&COAX CABLE MARKING LOCATIONS TABLE 4:,,% APPROVED Br rm. NO LOCATIONS I 0 EACH TOP-JUMPER SHALL BE COU.CODED WTH(1)SET OF N WIDE BANDS A ,s\cc,,,I3.,F 0 7,=="I'cLi.`igU,rg,IAT:gAELT.Z=1:31Z:, _.f___j 1 '.` "s.wu A <.., , ,,.. ENTERING rDE BLS OD TRANSMITTER BUILDING 1 f • 4.' 0 CABLE ENTRY PORT ON THE INTERIOR OF THE SHELTER 0 ALL BOTTOM JUMPERS SHALL BE COLOR CODED WITH(i)SET OF WE WIDE BANDS ON EACH END OF THE BOTTOM!UWE, I I IGT-I, , 0 ALL BOTTOM JUMPERS SHALL DE COLOR CODED:TT::SET OF 3/41196.BANDS ON ii I 0, 1 2589 4? EACH END OF THE BOTTOM JUMPER . '1IrI ..4,avue,...m.DKL.L.N.D.L..DOL.000. /3c, •eitIVIt Dr Lonw0MaLth hiVaDvittarinb. 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ABSENCE OF AN EXISTING COLOR CODING.AND TAGGING SCHEME.OR WHEN INSTALLING PROPOSED COAXIAL CABLES,THIS GUIDELINE SHALL BE IMPLEMENTED AT THAT SITE 14931E72 REGARDLESS OF TECHNOLOGY 5 ALL COLOR CODE TAPE SHALL BE..ANDS.,BE INSTALLED USING A MNIMUM OF (3)THREE WRAPS OF TAPE AND SHALL BE NEATLY TRIMMED AND SMOOTHED OUT SO. Erre NAAR. TO AVOID UNRAVELING GRAN_RUNY_STOG1_012 6 ALL COLOR BANDS INSTALLED AT THE TOP OP THE TOWER SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 3' WIDE,NED SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM OF NW OF SPACE BETWEEN EACH COLOR. SHEET TITLE 7 ALL COLOR GODES SHALL EE INSTALLED SO AS TO ALIGN NEATLY WITH ORE ANOTHER CABLE NOTES AND FROM SIDOTENSIDE. CABLE WIRING DIAGRAM COLOR CODING 8 IF EXISTING CABLES AT THE SITE Al READY HAVE A COLOR CODING SCHEME AND THEY ARE NOT INTENDED TO BE REUSED OR SHARED WITH THE PROPOSED TECHNOLOGY. SHEET NUMBER THE EXISTING COLOR CODING SCHEME SHALL REMAIN UNTOUCHED C-5 I (1)PROPOSE0 ANTENNA ANTENNA MOUNTING ORAOHET ANTENNA CABLE • h. { " EQUIPMENT SIDE 6 MVO STRANDED COPPER WIRE WITH GREEN ‘''''*4 ro AT&T WEATHERPROOFING KIT—7. 800,11.IWN INSULATION OR SLACK MARKED NV (SEE NOTE 3) AS REQUIRED BY THE NEC(GROUNDED TO GROUND BAR)(SGS NOTES,&2) . ‘,.. „ION CENTERLINE .:,---- .fa SECONDARY POWER LINES CABLE GROUND KIT GROUND BAR ON WALL,FLOOR OR ON ANTENNA TOWER —02,N 2'UV FEATE0 U GUARD )' , CONNECTION OF CABLE GROUND KIT TO ANTENNA CABLE FOR FIRER CABLES k--,-----rOTOTtl=tgir AND...GABLE I i UTILITY CO TIE INS) N T S CARLSON FIBER' g Kg...CAIN 1-1/4,11N NOD.40 • rOEU:IPTE' SUBMITTALS , 0.9tE 1.-SRII,MI ne,i.uwer RRU Mve COAX CABLES ....... ..N. ' ' emrsozo PENATA. A AMY MAYNE COAATRUCTION 0 1,4, FIBER IN 2'PVC N4 4MI r'''''' M.11 CONDUIT MP)--- 1:, :MI - DIPLEXERS 3/ : 00 HEAD RRU 1 EQUIPMENT SHROUD . (IF REWIRED) 1 5/S.GROUND ROD DRAWN BY AAK -----',—T CHECKED BY AN( I APPROVED BY LWW 000 0002 .... , .... /42 AM COPPER .... GROUND CONNECTION TO GROUND ROD CANESA4 ,' , I K,..'1^,,,,...,4d WR/4 DISCONNECT Scrc,T,ROEM,. (SEE ELECTRICAL NOTES) = t_ 7:''' ANTENNA I ,''' ,Y17,0 WEATHER P.OF SQUARE 0 CAT NO SOSAIVS j ' ' ilf4kI - LA „„4-11789 COAX GROUND KITS GIMP NICE CMP) MUER MAIN WITH BYPASS Ir`C, CODED NON CONNEC FOR WITH Illi' GROUNDING STRAP rERAN TOP OF POLE OR EQUAL P'90FESS 1*\'' .9/03/2020 GENERAL WIRING DIAGRAM III 4Z4Fit:4fAVATT'÷' I uslo 255549 7P'j 46 AWG SPLIT BOLT GROUND NOTES 0 CLAMP(ME CLAMP) COMPRESSION CONNECTOR WITH GROUNDING STRAP 18'FROM SITE ADDRESS 3291 ROUTER [4,f4 NODE SARATOGA SPRINGS,NT 12866 BONDING AND GROUNDING TO MEET APPIJCABLE NEBO REQUIREMENTS li FA LOCATION =--_—_----.,-; 19931872 NOTES ".".” Mr.LONG COPPER-CLAD STEEL GROUND ROD BURIED SITE NAME. MINIMUM 2-FT OFF POLE WITHIN 2.1,36'HANONOLE I Do Km INSTALI CABLE GROUND KIT AT A BEND AND ALWAYS DIRECT GROUND WIRE DOWN 000002ND BAR SONO USING#6 AWG CRAN_RUNY_STOG1012 AND SECURED WITH 5/B. BARE GROUND WIRE GROUND CLAMP COMPRESSION ,..., 2 GROUNDING KIT SHALL BE TYPE AND PART NUMBER AS SUPPLIED OR RECOMMENDED eT GABLE MANUFACTURER AND CONDUCTORS CONNECTOR SHEET TITLE 3 WEATHERPROOFING SHALL BE(TYPE AND PART NUMBER)AS SUPPLIED OR REOMMENOED BY CABLE MR.) MANUFACTURER AND APPROVED ST CONIRAGTOR GROUNDING ONE LINE DIAGRAM ELECTRICAL AND GROUNDING DETAILS SHEET NUMBER G-1