- Engineering and Construction
- Connect Water or Sewer Service
- Five Year Capital Expenditures
- Request an As-Built Drawing
Design Phase of a Water and Wastewater Development Project
Once the planning portion of your project has been completed, you are ready to submit plans for review. A JEA Development Plan Reviewer will be assigned to your project to review it for completeness, constructability and conformance with the JEA Standards.
Step 1: Easements & Plats
Submit requests to the JEA Real Estate group for plat review and/or easement approval if needed. Easements are required when JEA owned and operated utilities are located on private property and give JEA necessary access. Plats are legal documents that deed land to the city or county and are required on projects that develop a subdivision from raw land and sometimes include easements for utilities as well. Easements and plats are reviewed by Water/Wastewater Development as well as Electric Development.
Step 2: Flow Calculation Validation
The total calculated flow should be calculated using Table 1 of 64E-6 F.A.C. The total calculated flow should match the flow requested in the service availability letter. If the calculated flow is different than what was initially requested, an updated service availability should be requested. All applicable permits should also have the same flow that is shown in the calculation and service availability letter.
Step 3: Development Review
A JEA plan reviewer will look at the design in detail and will check the following:
- All Items on Preliminary Submittal Checklist are accounted for.
- Flows are consistent throughout project (see b above).
- Design is to JEA Standards:
- Permit Review:
- JEA Water and Wastewater Permit Self Permit:
- FDEP Water and Wastewater Permit
- FDOT Application
- FDOT Special Instructions
- All items on JEA Reviewer Checklist are correct.
Step 4: Revisions
JEA’s review and approval will be required for any significant changes which may require permit modifications, property line or easement change.
Sometimes you need As-Built drawings to represent the final detailed 'blueprints' as to how amd infrastructure was actually installed during the construction phase.