(Amended by Ordinance No. 185397, effective July 6, 2012.)
A. All work done under and in pursuance of a permit shall be under the authorization of the Chief Engineer, who shall determine the details of the improvement and whose orders in regard to the improvement and the execution of the same shall be obeyed by the applicant for the permit and by the persons doing the work.
B. The Chief Engineer may establish standards for particular types or classes of work to be performed by contractors or by persons permitted to construct facilities in streets, easements, or other public property. Any person constructing the improvement shall comply with such standards unless otherwise specifically authorized by the Chief Engineer to deviate from those standards.
1. All discharges must be routed to a discharge point approved by the Director. Approval of discharge points must meet the following standards:
a. The discharge must be conveyed along a route of service approved by the Director.
b. The discharge point must comply with the following standards and specifications:
(1) Sanitary, wastewater or other discharges to the sanitary or combined system must comply with the Sewer and Drainage Facilities Design Manual.
(2) Stormwater or other discharges to the City’s storm and drainage system must comply with the Stormwater Management Manual.
C. The Chief Engineer shall refuse to accept work that is not in full compliance with the plans, specifications, permit or other contract documents. If the work is refused by the Chief Engineer, it shall not be accepted unless corrected to conform to plans and specifications.