The resources listed below are provided to assist developers, engineers, and contractors in designing and installing new dedicated fire services in accordance with Spartanburg Water's requirements.
We require all projects to adhere to the standards and requirements outlined in Spartanburg Water's Technical Specifications for Water Distribution System Improvements, available below.
We also provide standard details and specifications that can easily be incorporated into the site or private fire protection system plans. By providing details to design professionals at the outset of the project and having these incorporated into the design early, the process can be streamlined. Spartanburg Water will review and approve the proposed plans, review internal fire protection system plans, require a pre-construction conference and perform construction inspections for all new fire services.
The key to success of fire service projects is early communication. Contact us at the beginning of a project so we can assist you. Contact Joel Watson at (864) 580-5681 or email@example.com if you have questions.
The following details are to assist with the preparation of plans for Fire Service Projects and streamline plan review. Any modifications to the details shown should be conveyed to the assigned Spartanburg Water Project Manager.
|Autocad | PDF||Above Ground Fire Service Enclosure|
|Autocad | PDF||Pit Detail 7: Fire Service Backflow Assembly Pit with No Fire Dept. Connection|
|Autocad | PDF||Pit Detail 8: Fire Service Backflow Assembly Pit with Fire Dept. Connection|
|Autocad | PDF||Typical Trenching Detail|
|Autocad | PDF||Typical Permanent "Blow-off" Detail|
|Autocad | PDF||Concrete Thrust Block Detail|
|Autocad | PDF||Typical DIP Concrete Collar Detail|
|Autocad | PDF||Typical Valve Box|
|Autocad | PDF||Water Main Air Release Valve and Manhole|
|Autocad | PDF||Typical Hydrant Installation with Curb|
|Autocad | PDF||Typical Hydrant Installation without Curb|
|Autocad | PDF||Typical Hydrant Installation with Water Main in Pavement|
|Autocad | PDF||Carrier Pipe Installation in Casing|
|Autocad | PDF||Typical Concrete Dead-Man Detail 16" and Smaller|
|Autocad | PDF||General Notes|