Information as of : 12-Aug-2020 12:30:37 AM

Permit Information

Permit Number:  
PDEX-033-290328-1
Project Name:  
Geotechnical Soil Borings for FDOT's Interstate 10 at CR 99 Interchange Study
 
Sequence Type:  
New/Creation
Permit Type:  
ERP Permit Determination/Exemption
County:  
Escambia
 
Received:  
11/27/2019
Decision Date:  
12/02/2019
Expiration Date:  
No Date
Description:  
designed to serve exempt activities associated with geotechnical investigations near roadways in Escambia County. The exempt activities consist of a study that includes 16 soil borings and temporary clearing near Interstate 10 at County Road 99 (Beulah Road) Interchange. The proposed project appears to meet the criteria for the exemption listed under Paragraph 62-330.051(11)(d), F.A.C. for geotechnical investigations including soil test borings, standard penetration tests, and other work involving boring, augering, or drilling for the purposes of collecting geotechnical data, together with clearing for temporary access corridors to perform these investigations. The amount of impacts proposed to wetlands and/or surface waters is less than 0.5 acres.
Project Status:  
Closed
Recommendation:  
NPR - Rule Exemption
Applicant:  
FDOT
Owner:  
Agent:  
Current Process Stage:
Closed  
Wetlands:  
Yes
 
Consultant:  
Terracon Consultants, Inc
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documents in folder Application  (3)

documents in folder Technical Staff Report  (1)
Permit Application Processing Stages
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Data Capture
The application submittal is being verified by Administrative staff before being routed to Regulatory staff for technical review.
 
Review
Application is under technical review by Regulatory staff.
Timeline: Staff has 30 days to review the new application or the RAI Response from the date it was received.
 
Pending RAI Response
Request for additional information (RAI) was sent to permittee/consultant and District staff is waiting on a response.
Timeline: Applicant has 90-days to respond to a RAI
 
Note:  The project may alternate between 'Review' and 'Pending RAI Response' stages more than once.
 
 
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Compliance
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Rescinded
Permit is annulled and no longer active.
 
Closed