Developer Guide

Edition 2.13

Real Estate Department 1000 Nicollet Mall, TPN-12D Minneapolis, MN 55403 TARGET Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 is available in PDF format on the web at: http://pdzone.target.com

Property Development

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................................... 1.1 A. CAPITAL PROJECT REQUEST / TRIGGER PROCEDURES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:............................... 1.2 B. EXTERNAL BUSINESS PARTNER NEWS GUIDELINES: ................................................................................ 1.2 C. SUSTAINABILITY: ................................................................................................................................................ 1.2 D. LEED: .................................................................................................................................................................... 1.2 2. CPR MEETING REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................................... 2.1 A. CPR MEETING AGENDA: ................................................................................................................................... 2.1 B. CPR BOOK FORMAT - REQUIRED SECTIONS AND CONTENTS:................................................................. 2.1 C. CPR MEETING - REQUIRED MATERIALS: ....................................................................................................... 2.2 D. CEC MEETING - REQUIRED MATERIALS: ....................................................................................................... 2.2 E. BUZZSAW - EXCHANGING MATERIALS: ....................................................................................................... 2.23 F. TIMETABLE FOR SUBMITTING CPR, CEC AND CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS: ................................... 2.23 3. SITE CRITERIA ......................................................................................................................................................... 3.1 A. OPERATIONS SUMMARY: ................................................................................................................................. 3.1 B. SURVEY: .............................................................................................................................................................. 3.5 C. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION: ................................................................................................................ 3.11 D. ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT PROTOCOL: ................................................................................. 3.23 E. SITE DESIGN CRITERIA: .................................................................................................................................. 3.28 F. GRADING AND DRAINAGE:.............................................................................................................................. 3.45 G. UTILITIES: .......................................................................................................................................................... 3.56 H. EXHIBIT X SITE PLAN: ..................................................................................................................................... 3.61 4. EXHIBITS ................................................................................................................................................................... 4.1 A. LAYOUTS: 1. Typical Site Area Soil Boring Locations...................................................................................................... A.1.1 2. Typical Building Area Soil Boring Locations .................................................................................... A.2.1 - A.2.2 3. Site Branding Plan .......................................................................................................................................A.3.1 4. Sustainable Site Plan ...................................................................................................................................A.3.2 5. Building Area Footprints .................................................................................................................. A.4.1 - A.4.2 B. SIGNAGE: 1. Building Identification ...................................................................................................................................B.1.1 2. Pharmacy .................................................................................................................................................... B.2.1 3. Site Identification .............................................................................................................................. B.3.1 - B.3.2 4. Shared Site Identification ................................................................................................................. B.4.1 - B.4.2 5. Traffic .......................................................................................................................................................... B.5.1 6. Accessible Parking ..................................................................................................................................... B.5.2 C. RECEIVING DOCK / COMPACTOR AREA: 1. P09.400 ........................................................................................................................................... C.1.1 - C.1.2 D. BUILDING ELEVATIONS: 1. P09.400 ....................................................................................................................................................... D.1.1 E. EXHIBIT S: STORMWATER AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SYSYEM:..................... E.1.1 - E.1.3 F. EXHIBIT F: EXPANSIVE CLAY - DESIGN OPTIONS AND PROCEDURES: ............................................... F.1.1 5. FORMS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5.1 A. SITEWORK COST ESTIMATE B. FIRE HYDRANT WATER FLOW TEST REPORT C. ALTA SURVEY CHECKLIST D. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION CHECKLIST E. IMPORT SOIL INFORMATION F. EXPORT SOIL INFORMATION G. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST H. SITE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS COORDINATION CHECKLIST i

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BUILDING PAD REPRESENTATION AND CERTIFICATION CERTIFICATE OF BUILDING PAD DELIVERY CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OF SITE IMPROVEMENT WORK LEED VOLUME PROGRAM CHECKLIST

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1. INTRODUCTION
THE INTENT OF THIS DEVELOPER GUIDE IS TO ASSIST THE DEVELOPER AND TARGET PROJECT TEAM TO PLAN AND GAIN APPROVAL OF NEW TARGET STORE PROJECTS
CONTACT THE PROJECT SPECIFIC TARGET REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT MANAGER ABOUT USE OF THIS GUIDE FOR PROJECTS OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES

A. CAPITAL PROJECT REQUEST / TRIGGER PROCEDURES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
This Target Developer Guide contains procedural and technical information needed by the Developer or Consultant to prepare a Capital Project Request (CPR) Book describing the scope and specifications for design development and preparing Site Construction Documents for a new Target store project. The Guide identifies Target’s requirements with regard to the respective obligations and responsibilities of the Developer and Target. The completed CPR Book contains a section called Target Stores Capital Project Request Scope (Scope Notes) that identifies the specific responsibilities of the Developer and Target for a particular project. The completed Scope Notes will be provided by Target based on input from Developer or Consultant. 1. PROTOTYPE BUILDING AND SITE DRAWINGS: Target provides the following drawings, known as the RE Drawings, that are intended for use in conjunction with this Guide: RE1 Building Site Criteria of the prototype building footprint; utility locations and perimeter spot elevations; RE2 Site Branding Plan of the prototype site plan; RE3 Site Details; RE4 Sustainable Site Plan; and A201 Building Elevations. The RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4, and A201 drawings are available in electronic format from the Target Development Manager by email or on Target’s secure web site called Buzzsaw. Any proposed changes to Target’s prototype building footprint or exterior elevations must be approved by Target before the CPR Meeting and any government submittals. 2. CPR MEETING: The Developer and the project Civil Engineer must attend a CPR Meeting held at Target headquarters in Minneapolis, MN to review the CPR documents with the Target Project Team. Final environmental site assessment report, draft geotechnical investigation report, fire hydrant water flow test report, draft Exhibit S and Narrative, title commitment, preliminary ALTA survey, and preliminary site improvement plans must be submitted to Target for review and comment no later than three weeks before the CPR Meeting. The trade area aerial photo, completed CPR Book, final environmental and geotechnical reports, CPR Scope Notes, preliminary site improvement plans (completed to at least 80% of final plans), site lighting photometric plan and circuitry plan, elevations of site signs and buildings, preliminary ALTA survey, preliminary Exhibit X, regulatory approval and permit process schedule (entitlements), on and off site and building construction schedule, and sitework cost estimate will be reviewed at the CPR Meeting. After the CPR Meeting, the Target project team may hold a Business Information Meeting with Developer to review closing documents. 3. CEC MEETING: After the CPR Meeting, a financial analysis of the project investment is prepared by Target’s Property Development and Financial Departments. The CPR project design and budget is typically submitted 45 to 60 days after the CPR Meeting to Target’s Capital Expenditure Committee (CEC) for review. CEC decides project approval, or denial, the day of its meeting. Some projects may require further review to gain approval by Target’s Board of Directors at a later meeting. Target will only close on the real estate transaction after CEC approval and after obtaining all entitlements that will allow Target to obtain its building permit. 4. TRIGGER BUILDING DOCUMENTS AND SITE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: After CEC approval, Target will Trigger the preparation of the Target building construction documents. Occasionally, due to project complexity and schedule, Target will Trigger a project before CEC. Developer or Consultant will prepare the Site Construction Documents to 100% completion in coordination with the Target Project Team for conformance with this Guide and the Target Building Documents. The Site Construction Documents for constructing the Target project must be approved by the Target Project Team. The Site Construction Document Coordination Checklist in Section 5 must be followed in preparation of the Site Construction Documents. The Site Construction Documents must include the Target signature block (see Checklist in Section 5.H., Forms) on the Building Walk-Around Plan for recording approval by the Target Project Team. The Site Construction Documents must include a statement by the Civil Engineer that the site design has been prepared in accordance with the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design, as amended, and with all applicable state and local accessibility requirements. 1.1

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B. EXTERNAL BUSINESS PARTNER NEWS GUIDELINES:
Target business partners must not release news or publicly disclose information related to their partnership with Target without prior consent from Target.
Vendors, Developers, Consultants, third party organizations, and other external business partners working with Target Corporation are not authorized to: 1) Provide a quote on behalf of Target; 2) Associate Target, the Bullseye logo, or Target messaging with any cause related initiatives in which Target is not directly involved, even if the product can be found at Target stores; 3) Distribute a news release that identifies or discusses Target or work projects conducted on behalf of Target; 4) Distribute a news release that announces an award received from Target; 5) Mention Target during a news interview; 6) Mention Target during a public meeting; 7) Expect an endorsement or testimonial from Target or publish information that would imply an endorsement; 8) Create, publish, or allow to be published, a case study about Target; 9) Identify Target or describe projects for Target in promotional brochures, sell-sheets, newsletters, trade show booths, annual reports, or other vehicles used to communicate outside of the vendor partnership; 10) Use any Target brand, logo, or design in any communication; or 11) Discuss Target relationship if relationship is proprietary or confidential. Some exceptions may be made at the discretion of Target. For example, Target will grant the request if a vendor is publicly owned and legally required to disclose relationships that are material to its business for SEC-mandated reports. Business partners may submit requests for consideration directly to their Target project point of contact.

C. SUSTAINABILITY:
Through best practices and innovation Target seeks healthy, long-term growth by reducing carbon footprints, saving energy and water, increasing energy efficiency, reducing waste, increasing recycling, and being respectful of its business effect on adjacent communities and eco-systems. Target complies with all federal, state, and local laws and ordinances regarding environmental protection. To learn more about Target’s programs and practices refer to the Target web site: hereforgood.target.com. Target encourages the use of sustainable practices and low impact development strategies within all sites and buildings. The Target Project Team will work with Developers, Consultants, and Jurisdictions to integrate sustainable initiatives that are project requirements and invites those that remain cost-neutral to the project. Sustainable practices and initiatives include LEED certification, LEED certifiable, photovoltaic power, wind power, vegetative roof, site location / site selection, urban density, access to mass transit, brownfield redevelopment, and alternative stormwater management practices such as bioswales, rain gardens, and permeable pavements. Exhibit A.3.2 illustrates a Target prototype sustainable site plan. Each Target project is evaluated for sustainable opportunities and any corresponding public/private incentives. Developers and Consultants are requested to partner with the Target Project Team in the early stages of planning and design to determine the most effective strategies applicable to each development project.

D. LEED:
Target’s preference is to achieve LEED certification where possible including incorpora tion of various site development strategies to meet LEED Certified or above status. See Section 5.L Forms, for a list of potential credits that may be pursued. The Developer is responsible for evaluating the site for potential LEED credits and informing Target of the credit potential. The Target Development Manager will coordinate with the Developer to determine which specific credits will be pursued at each site. Developer is responsible for preparing supporting documentation for each credit pursued us ing Target’s Volume Build or Retail Audit Documentation.

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2. CPR MEETING REQUIREMENTS
A. CPR MEETING AGENDA:
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Introduction of Participants and Meeting Overview Overview of Project Review Project CPR Scope Notes Review Project Entitlements, Permitting and Construction Schedules Review Project Sitework Cost Estimate Meeting follow up for items that require action

B. CPR BOOK FORMAT - REQUIRED SECTIONS AND CONTENTS:
The CPR Book must be submitted in PDF format on a CD. The CD must have a table of contents and folder structure using the sections listed below. The Target project name and CPR Meeting date must be labeled on the front of the CD.
Use the following as a checklist:

CPR BOOK SECTIONS: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) TABLE OF CONTENTS PROJECT CONTACTS (Target, Developer, Consultants, government agencies / departments, and utilities) REAL ESTATE LOCATION MAPS (state, city, intersection; and aerial site photo with 3 mile radius around Target) CPR SCOPE NOTES (provided by Target Development Manager) PRELIMINARY SITE IMPROVEMENT PLANS - (Complete set )
See Section 5.H., Forms - Site Construction Documents Coordination Checklist for items that must be on the plans

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Topographic Survey Demolition Plan (if required) Staging Plan (staging area, access road, construction surface, and temporary utilities) Site Plan Grading Plan (include earthwork analysis and paving types) Erosion and Sediment Control Plan Drainage Plan Utility Plan  Building Walk - Around Plan (building plan with all utility connection locations, inverts, and spot elevations)  Truck Access and Loading Dock Maneuvering Plan  Site Lighting Photometrics and Circuitry Plan (with fixture specifications sheet)  Landscape Plan (include 1” = 20’ plan of Target front sidewalk)  Detail Sheets  Off-Site Improvements Plan (signals, roads, utilities, etc. Include estimated construction completion dates) STORMWATER  Exhibit S Diagram(s) and Narrative (see Section 4.E., Exhibits)  Stormwater Structure and Feature Details Sheet (draft)  Catch Basin Detail Sheet  Stormwater and Natural Resources Permits UTILITIES  Utility Will-Serve Letters (water, sewer, natural gas, electrical, phone)  Fire Hydrant Water Flow Test Report and documentation (see Section 5.B., Forms) ARCHITECTURE (color exterior building elevations, including finish materials and parapet heights) SIGNS (color elevations of site and building signs) REAL ESTATE CLOSING DOCUMENTS  Preliminary ALTA Survey (Developer tract(s) and Target tract: each based on title report)  Plat or Subdivision map showing proposed Target Tract (if required)  Preliminary OEA Exhibit X Site Plan (if required, provided by Target Development Manager)

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 11) SCHEDULES  Entitlements Schedule (list hearings, meetings, reviews needed for site plan approval, appeal periods, etc.)  Permitting Schedule l (list permits for land disturbance, DOT, signs, stormwater management, signals, etc.)  Construction Schedule (sitework and Developer’s buildings. Target model schedule provided by Target
Development Manager)

12) SITEWORK COST ESTIMATE (see Section 5.A., Forms)  Documentation of fees and fee schedules 13) APPENDIX  Unlimited Area Building documentation (if applicable)  LEED Volume Program Checklist (if applicable)  Conditions of Site Plan Approval (if already obtained) 14) REPORTS  Final Geotechnical Investigation Report  Traffic Study Report(s) (if required)  Other Reports (drainage, wetland, EIS, etc., if required) SEPARATE REPORTS NOT ON CD:  Final Environmental Site Assessment Reports (Phase I, II, III, and remediation; PDF of each report to Target
Environmental Manager)

 Title Report (one PDF copy or web link to Target Project Attorney)

C. CPR MEETING - REQUIRED MATERIALS:
Developer or Consultant must provide to the Target Development Manager no later than two business days before the CPR Meeting the following: 1) 2) 3) 4) CPR Book (verify quantity with Target Development Manager): .............18 CDs for Target; extras for Developer Recent Trade Area Color Aerial Photograph (straight down view showing minimum 3 mile radius around Target site): .............................PDF for screen display Preliminary Site Improvements Plans (include color Landscape Plan and color Utility Plan): .................................................PDF for screen display Preliminary ALTA survey (formatted full size): ....................................PDF

D. CEC MEETING - REQUIRED MATERIALS:
Developer or Consultant must provide the following in electronic format to the Target Development Manager no later than two weeks after the CPR Meeting: 1) Full color Site Plan including landscaping and site sign locations. Plan image only; remove legends, schedules, notes and leaders, company name, title block, shading, and crosshatching. Do not show utilities, contours or cars. Target Tract boundary in red, shopping center boundary in black, all buildings in light brown, landscape in green and paving in light gray. Target site sign location(s) in red. Traffic light symbol at all existing and future locations. North to top of image. 2) Recent trade area aerial color photograph; straight down view showing 3 mile radius around Target site (no ring). Aerial image only; remove legends, schedules, notes and leaders, company name, title block, shading, and crosshatching. Label only streets adjacent to shopping center and any nearby Interstate. Include average daily traffic counts. North to top of image. 3) Full color building front elevation of the shopping center, if applicable. Target building elevation is provided by Target. Submit these images as PDF, JPG, or TIF files. The files must be 100 dpi or more with the image size a minimum of 24” x 36”. The files may be sent via a CD, emailed, or uploaded to Buzzsaw.

E. BUZZSAW - EXCHANGING MATERIALS:
The Target Development Manager will provide Developer or Consultant a user ID and password to access the Target secure web site known as Buzzsaw. This desktop web based application is designed for exchanging drawings, reports, photographs, and any other electronic project related documents between Target and Developer or Consultant. 1) Web site address: https//projectpoint.buzzsaw.com/Target/ Log in with the Target provided Buzzsaw ID. 2) Navigate to the specific project and double click to open the folder structure. 3) In the desktop application use the drag and drop method to move files into or out of folders. 4) Each folder is uniquely named to represent a step in the CPR process or section of the CPR Book. 2.2

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 5) Posted plan sets must include individual sheets and a single file of the complete plan set. Names of individual files must bear the name of the drawing sheet title and numbered to sort in the sheet index sequence. The file name must not exceed 30 characters.

F. TIMETABLE FOR CPR, CEC, AND CONSTRUCTION SUBMITTALS:
Throughout the Developer Guide are requirements for Developer or Consultant to submit materials to various Target Project Team members before and after the CPR and CEC Meetings, during site construction, and after store opening. Outlined below are specific minimum lead times required for Developer or Consultant to follow in order to allow the Target Project Team sufficient time to review and comment on the applicable materials, or receive them according to the timeline: PRE-CPR 1) Four weeks after Target executes a project agreement: To Structural Engineer, Development Manager, and Target Geotechnical Consultant  Draft geotechnical report 2) Six weeks before CPR Meeting: To Design Project Architect and Development Manager  Color elevations of shopping center  Color elevations of site signs 3) Three weeks before CPR Meeting: a) To Development Manager  Preliminary ALTA survey, plat or subdivision maps, easements  Preliminary site improvement plans  Preliminary sitework cost estimate  Preliminary entitlement schedule  Preliminary construction schedule  Fire hydrant water flow test report b) To Design Project Architect and Development Manager:  Light poles and fixtures, if any, on front sidewalk c) To Project Attorney  Title report  Preliminary ALTA survey d) To Stormwater Manager  Draft Maintenance & Repair plan  All approved stormwater permits and NOI  Requirements for on-going operations and maintenance of stormwater facilities  Draft of Stormwater Structures and Features Detail sheets  Draft of Exhibit S Diagram and Narrative e) To Environmental Manager  Final environmental site assessment report f) To Target Survey Consultant  AutoCAD file of approved shopping center site plan to prepare Exhibit X g) To Electrical Engineer  Non-prototype site and building related lighting 4) Two business days before CPR Meeting: To Development Manager  CPR Books (18 CD copies) CPR MEETING 5) No later than two weeks after CPR Meeting: To Development Manager  Electronic color site plan and trade area aerial photo and, if applicable, building elevations CEC MEETING: 45 - 60 days after CPR Meeting CONSTRUCTION 2.3

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 6) 30 days before Developer mobilization To Stormwater Manager  Final SWPPP with NOI  Final Exhibit S Diagram (as a geo-referenced AutoCAD file) and Narrative  Documented completion of StormPro Max training  Designated Stormwater inspector 7) No earlier than 15 days before scheduled building pad delivery: To Owner’s Site Representative  Building Pad Representation and Certification 8) No earlier than 7 days before scheduled building pad delivery: To Owner’s Site Representative  Certificate of Building Pad Delivery 9) No later than 5 business days after each of 5 site visits: To Owner’s Site Representative  Construction Stormwater Site Assessment Report 10) 60 days before store opening: To Stormwater Manager  Final Maintenance & Repair plan  If applicable, revised Exhibit S Diagram (as a geo-referenced AutoCad file) and Narrative  Final Stormwater Structures and Features Detail Sheets 11) Upon completion of site improvement work: To Owner’s Site Representative  Certificate of Completion of Site Improvement Work  As-Built plans of irrigation system 12) 30 days before Turnover: To Stormwater Manager  PDF of As-Built stormwater construction drawings 13) No later than 20 days before Turnover: To Development Manager  If applicable, plan of proposed screening / landscaping at incomplete building shells / outlots TURNOVER: 35 - 40 days before Store Opening STORE OPENING

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3. SITE CRITERIA
The following sections are Target’s criteria required to complete a Preliminary Design for review by the Target Project Team at the CPR Meeting, and to prepare the Site Construction Documents. The project specific Site Development Agreement (SDA) controls if there are any conflicts between the terms of such SDA and the requirements set forth in this Developer Guide. Except where noted in this Guide, all material for the CPR Meeting, preparation of Site Construction Documents, and installation of site improvement work is by the Developer. Whether retained by Developer or Target, the term “Consultant” in this Guide means the professional individual or firm of the applicable discipline responsible for preparing all drawings, exhibits, plans, specifications, reports, cost estimates, schedules, forms, applications, etc., for submittal to jurisdictions and/or Target. Any cross reference in this Guide to other standards, manuals, or codes (such as ASTM, MUTCD, or IBC) always means a reference to the current edition of such standards, manuals, or codes.

A. OPERATIONS SUMMARY:
Any proposed changes to Target’s site and building operations must be approved by the Target Development Manager before any submittal to regulatory agencies, planning commissions, review boards, or neighborhood associations. Any project publicly identifying Target in plans, drawings, or reports, must first obtain written consent from the Target Real Estate Manager or Development Manager. 1. TRAFFIC: a. VEHICLE TRIPS GENERATED: Estimated average weekday daily traffic: 8300 (4150 in - 4150 out). Target will accept trip generation rates from Trip Generation published by the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), if required by the approving jurisdiction. Prepare a traffic study only if required by the approving jurisdiction. b. PEAK HOUR TRAFFIC: 9% of daily trips occur during this period. Weekday peak: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Weekend peak: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 2. UTILITY CONSUMPTION: a. ELECTRICAL: Average use per month: 187,000 KWH. Peak demand (non-electric heat): 500 KW. b. NATURAL GAS: Peak load per 100,000 square feet of building: Upper Northeast...................... 4350 CFH Southeast and northern FL ..... 3300 CFH Northern Central ..................... 4800 CFH Southern Central ..................... 3200 CFH Northwest ............................... 3350 CFH Southwest ............................... 2900 CFH c. Northeast ………………… 3700 CFH Southern FL …………...... 2500 CFH Central …………………… 3900 CFH West ……………………… 3900 CFH West Coast ……………… 2800 CFH

WATER: Domestic average daily usage excluding site irrigation: 3,000 gallons per day (gpd). Verify irrigation water use with the Target Development Manager.

d. SANITARY SEWER: Domestic average daily usage: 3,000 gpd. 3. TRASH: Target has an aggressive program to reduce waste and promote recycling. Each store has one 42 cubic yard internally loaded, self-contained, sealed compactor container and a corrugated materials baler for paper recycling. The baler, bales and other recycling containers are located inside the store. An average store generates: a. One compactor load of trash (16,000 lbs. each): 1 - 2 times per month, depending on store volume. b. Recyclable corrugated material (900 lbs. each bale): 10 bales per week, bales are picked up from the store on a weekly basis, and in most cases by a local salvager. 4. SOUND LEVELS: a. Target rooftop mechanical units and trash compactor sound levels conform to state and local requirements. b. Roof top HVAC units produce 64 dBA at 100 feet from each source. c. Rooftop refrigeration system compressor rack produces 55 dBA at 100 feet from source. d. Compactor produces 61 dBA at 100 feet from source. 3.1

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 e. Exterior emergency generator produces 52 dBA at 100 feet from source. 5. FIRE AND HEALTH EMERGENCY PROGRAM: a. The building is protected with a monitored automatic fire protection sprinkler system. b. Target has a natural gas powered emergency generator located outside the building to provide the required temporary backup to the store electrical system for life safety functions and optional stand-by loads. The emergency generator is tested monthly for a run time of 30 minutes. 6. SITE MAINTENANCE AND CART MANAGEMENT: a. Parking lots have vacuuming and broom-sweeping of paved areas at least 3 days per week, and periodic removal of paper, debris, and refuse, but, in any event, to the extent necessary to keep the parking lot in a first-class, clean, and orderly condition. b. Sidewalks are swept and pressure washed as needed, and steam cleaned once a quarter. c. Snow plowing must commence upon 2 inch accumulation and must be completed on the Target Tract before the normal or holiday store opening hours.

d. Landscaping is maintained in a healthy, thriving, vibrant, safe, and first class condition. e. Pavement markings are re-painted on an as needed basis. f. Throughout the day store employees retrieve shopping carts from cart corrals in the parking lot and return the carts to the store. After store closing, all carts are removed from the parking lot and stored within the store and on the front sidewalk. 7. TRUCK DELIVERIES: a. Truck quantity is subject to store volume and seasonal variations. b. Receiving dock hours for local carriers and vendors are 8:00 am to 12:00 noon, Monday - Friday. c. Local carrier and vendor short trucks, vans, or mail and parcel delivery trucks: 8 - 12 per day. d. Receiving dock hours for tractor-trailer trucks from Target distribution centers and contract carriers normally average between 4:00 am to midnight Monday through Sunday. 95% of Target deliveries use WB67 trucks. e. Target distribution center tractor-trailer trucks deliver 90% of the store merchandise: 5 - 7 per week. f. Target food distribution center refrigerated trucks: 3 - 4 per week. Refrigerated trucks unload at the dock for approximately 1-hour. g. Target is a SmartWay Transport Partner with freight operation performance that increases energy efficiency, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and improves air quality. All Target store locations have a no idling policy that requires diesel truck engines to be turned off after five minutes. Distribution center trucks do not use audible back-up warning signals. 8. STORE HOURS: a. Normal business hours 8:00 am - 11:00 pm, Monday - Saturday 8:00 am - 10:00 pm, Sunday (where state law allows) b. Holiday business hours Week before Thanksgiving to December 26: 4:00 am - midnight, Monday - Saturday 8:00 am - midnight, Sunday (where state law allows) c. After hours maintenance and stocking 11:00 pm - 8:00 am, Monday - Saturday 10:00 pm - 8:00 am, Sunday (where state law allows) Cleaning crews are typically inside each store all night, every night, when stores are not open to the public. High volume stores with overnight stocking have employees in the store all night. d. Store hours must not be listed in project descriptions for governmental submittals unless required. 9. SECURITY AND SAFETY: a. Target uses a national crime statistic database service to assess the risk of potential personal and property crimes at all store sites. The analysis is the basis for selecting asset protection measures from a menu that includes the level of site lighting, CCTV cameras, crash barriers, glass protection secure employee entrance, electronic sensors, holding room, increased security staffing, and mobile security patrols. On-site police substations may be included in the store at the request of local law enforcement. 3.2

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d. Building security lighting operated by an energy management system is used at all entry / exits and remains on from dusk to dawn. e. Target installs burglar and fire protection sprinkler alarm systems (fire alarm system only when required), and an early fire warning system for specific areas in the store. These systems are connected to a UL-listed 24-hour monitoring station and, when required, with local police and/or fire departments. f. Closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras are mounted on the building exterior that record activity on the Target property. Target cameras are not interconnected with shopping center cameras. Signs mounted on Target’s site lighting poles indicate that security cameras are in use.

g. Target strives to conduct business in a safe and secure environment. In select communities Target, in partnership with community leaders, will implement a safety program called Safe City that utilizes technology and partnerships to maximize safety. The Target Development Manager will notify the Developer or Consultant if a site is a candidate for Safe City. To learn more about the Safe City program refer to mysafecity.com.

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B. SURVEY:
1. INSURANCE REQUIREMENT: The individual or firm performing the survey must have a minimum of $2,000,000 in professional liability insurance in full force and effect throughout the term of the project. Additional requirements for insurance and indemnity are contained in the Owner and Consultant Agreement available from the Target Development Manager. Consultant must provide to the Target Development Manager a copy of certificate of insurance naming Target as an additional insured. 2. PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF WORK: The following standards and criteria describe Target’s expectations with regard to a Surveyor preparing all ALTA and topographic surveys, plat or subdivision maps, easements, and any other filings affecting the Target Tract. These standards and criteria must be followed for the form, completeness and accuracy of the survey work to be performed. They are not, however, intended to serve as a directive governing the methods employed in the execution of work. Surveys, plat or subdivision maps, easements, and legal descriptions of the Target Tract must not be recorded until the document is approved by the Target Development Manager. 3. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: A completed ALTA Survey Checklist (see Section 5.C.) must be attached to the preliminary and final survey. Any survey submitted without this form, or found incomplete according to Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, Survey section, will be returned to the Surveyor for completion or revision. a. Unless required earlier by agreement, Developer or Consultant must submit no later than three weeks before the CPR Meeting preliminary copies of all surveys, plat or subdivision maps, easements, and legal descriptions to the Target Development Manager, and a copy of the survey and title report to the Target Project Attorney for review and comment. Copies must be submitted electronically in full size PDF format. b. Target’s Survey Consultant reviews all surveys for completeness and accuracy. All line work and lettering must be of such quality that electronic archiving and subsequent printing at 11” x 17” reduced and original sizes produces legible prints. All drawings must contain a graphic scale. Surveyor must verify with local jurisdictions regarding any special code requirements for survey drawing scale and sheet size that might take precedence over Target's requirement. Technical questions about preparing a survey for Target may be directed to: Nate Carlson, LS or Scott Gyllen, LS Westwood Professional Services, Inc. th 3701 12 Street North, Suite 206 St. Cloud, MN 56303-2253 952-937-5150; fax 320-253-8737 nate.carlson@westwoodps.com or scott.gyllen@westwoodps.com c. Approved final drawings, surveys, plat or subdivision maps, and easements must be submitted to the Target Development Manager in full size PDF electronic format and two full size paper copies certified, dated, signed, and sealed by the surveyor.

4. TAX PARCEL: Target requires its Tract to be designated a separate tax parcel on or before the date Target closes on its acquisition of its interest in the Target Tract. If that is not possible, such separate designation must be completed as soon as possible on a schedule, and in a manner acceptable to Target. 5. ALTA SURVEY: An ALTA survey is required for all sites. The survey must include the Target Tract, Developer Tract, and any other Tracts in the project site plan subject to the Operation and Easement Agreement (OEA). The project site plan is available from the Target Development Manager. The drawing must be provided as one survey comprised of two sheets: a. First sheet: Show and label the entire shopping center that is subject to the OEA; 1) The property boundary must include record and measured bearings and distances; 2) If the property is made up of smaller separately described parcels, those parcels must be shown and labeled by using dotted lines, letters, and numerals; 3) Show and label the proposed Target Tract, the Developer Tract, and any other separately described Tract (Other Tract) within the shopping center required by the Target approved OEA; 3.5

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 4) Include the legal description of the entire shopping center, the Developer Tract, and any Other Tract. The survey must contain the legal description of record contained in the title commitment that is to correspond with the record bearings and distances shown on the property boundary; and 5) The survey must contain area calculations in square feet and acres. b. Second sheet: Show only the Target Tract; 1) Include the Target Tract legal description as shown in the current title commitment; 2) Include the legal description of the Target Tract as depicted on the recorded plat, plan, subdivision, or parcel map, or as proposed if the property is to be re-described; and 3) The survey must contain area calculations in square feet and acres. A site comprised of only the Target Tract requires a single sheet drawing of just the Target Tract and must include all items in b. above. c. CERTIFICATION: The survey must be certified to Target Corporation, the owner, the title company providing title insurance to Target, and any other party reasonably requested by Target. Preliminary surveys must be stamped preliminary. All final surveys must be certified, dated, signed, and sealed by the responsible land surveyor in charge of preparing the survey and licensed in the state in which the project site is located. The form of certification will be either that required by local statute or the following: To: Target Corporation, (owner) (name of lender, if known), (name of insurer, if known), (names of others as negotiated with the client): This is to certify that this map or plat and the survey on which it is based were made in accordance with the 2011 Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys, jointly established and adopted by ALTA and NSPS, and includes items 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 11(a), 14, and 19 of Table A thereof. The field work was completed on _____________. The undersigned further certifies that I have surveyed the property and easement(s) described and shown hereon, and this map or plat and the survey on which it was based reflect the matters referenced in the title commitment prepared by ____________, dated _______, commitment number ________. Date: ____________________ Signed: Registration No. ___________________________ ___________________________

Items d. through m. below applies to both the First sheet and the Second sheet of the ALTA survey: d. Target requires that sufficient monuments are placed or found at the property corners of the Target Tract and shopping center boundaries to assure accurate staking of the proposed building and accurate re-establishing of the Target Tract in the future. If monuments cannot be placed, the corners of the Target Tract must be tied to nearest existing monumentation. e. The survey must contain sufficient boundary information to allow the location of all boundary points and closure computation to an accuracy of 1/100 of a foot. Measured and record distances, measured and record bearings, and monuments found and monuments set must also be shown. f. The survey must show a minimum of three boundary corners with a world-referenced coordinate system labeled such that a latitude and longitude can be extrapolated. Desired coordinate systems may include WGS 84, UTM, State Plane Coordinate Systems, and County Coordinate Systems where available. Indicate the Coordinate System used as the source of the points. Units of these points must also be noted (e.g., US Survey feet, International Feet, Meters, etc.). g. Adjacent property lines must be shown as they extend out from the subject property lines, as must the land use of adjacent properties (e.g., residential, commercial, undeveloped, road, lake, etc.). If the property is recorded by a specific name, so indicate. h. Contours and vegetation are prohibited on the survey. Only those matters (e.g., encroachments, overlaps, etc.) required by title companies to remove the standard survey exception from a title policy are to be shown. i. All encumbering and appurtenant easements and their dimensions, of which the surveyor is made aware by Target or from a title report, must be depicted and must be labeled on the survey with complete recording data and the nature of the easement. The drawing must note the date and 3.6

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 number of the title commitment used as the source of all easements, and other encumbrances shown on the survey. The location of all buildings upon the plot or tract must be shown. If there are no existing buildings on the property being surveyed, the map must bear the statement “No buildings existing on the surveyed property”. All wetlands, either field delineated or reported in a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, must be shown on the drawing. The survey must contain a statement indicating the source of the wetland locations. Include a statement on the survey indicating if no wetlands exist on the site. Include, if available, the site address(es) and zip code on the survey. All surveys must be dated and all subsequent revisions thereof must include the date of the latest revision.

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6. TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY: a. All occupations, improvements, and features must be accurately depicted on topographic surveys. b. Property lines must be depicted, but no dimensions must be shown. c. Contour lines are at 1-foot intervals, but must be no greater than 2-foot intervals. Indicate datum of elevation. Spot elevations must be shown for utilities, special features, and other items for which elevations cannot be determined from contours. 1) All buildings, paved areas, and other visible items such as trees, curbs, utility poles, ditches, etc.; 2) Adjacent streets, highways, sidewalks, etc., and any prominent or unusual topographic and/or land improvement features located on an adjacent property within 100 feet of the subject property (or as necessary to show swamps, pipelines, dumps, hazards, rivers, cliff, ditches, storage tanks, towers, fences, building walls, soil stockpiles, etc.). The size and location of such improvements need not be measured, but may be estimated provided those estimates are clearly designated as such on the drawing; 3) All above ground or underground utility lines with sizes. If underground conduits cannot be located in the field, show visible features such as I.D. signs, catch basins, etc., and determine the location of the conduits from records. Label these "not surveyed”; 4) Location of all public utilities in the streets at or within 100 feet of the periphery of the subject property. Show top and bottom invert elevations; and 5) All wetlands, either field delineated or reported in a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, must be shown on the drawing. The survey must contain a statement indicating the source of the wetland locations. e. All surveys must be certified, dated, signed, and sealed by a land surveyor licensed in the state in which the project site is located. The form of certification used will be either that required by local statute, or the following: "I hereby certify to Target Corporation that this survey has been prepared by me, or under my direct supervision, in accordance with Target’s topographic survey requirements, dated January 1, 2013." Date: ____________________ 7. EASEMENTS: a. All easements to be granted upon Target property, for utilities or any other purpose, must be in the form of a separate written instrument and must not be shown on any plat or subdivision map, or other plan to be filed in the public land records, unless otherwise required by local government authority. b. Easements of any kind affecting the Target Tract must be submitted to Target for review. The location of such easement must be specifically identified on a scaled site plan derived from the certified survey of the Target Tract. The site plan must be attached as an exhibit to the easement document. The site plan must show the easement location in relation to the most current location of the proposed Target building. If easements must be created by the subdivision process, rather than by separate grant, the subdivision must show sufficient information to accurately tie the easements to the Target property boundary, and must include provisions acceptable to Target as to the rights and obligations connected to such platted easements. 3.7 Signed: Registration No. ___________________________ ___________________________

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 c. Target has specific requirements regarding non-exclusivity, abandonment, surface improvements, etc. Where possible, the form of easement document prepared by Target Law Department must be utilized for the purpose of granting any such easement. If a utility insists on its form of easement, Developer must submit the proposed form of easement document to the Target Development Manager, for review and comment, not less than 30 days before the date that the easement document must be submitted to the utility to accommodate the project construction schedule.

d. When feasible, easements must not be granted within 40 feet of the Target building. 8. PLAT OR SUBDIVISION MAPS: a. All plat or subdivision maps, registered land surveys, and property divisions must be approved by the Target Development Manager before completing the governmental approval process, and before the document is recorded. b. Plat or subdivision maps must be prepared in accordance with local laws and regulations. c. The name "Target" must not be used in plat or subdivision names, or in the names of streets, etc. d. Whenever feasible, the Target Tract property lines must be straight, not bisect stormwater ponds, wetlands or parking spaces, and conform to the demarcation between Target parking spaces and adjacent parking spaces. e. If required by local law or custom, show easements of record on the plat, labeled as to purpose and with recording data. f. Plat or subdivision maps must contain sufficient information to allow closure computation to an accuracy of 1/100 of a foot for all data (e.g. lot lines, easements, etc.)

g. Easements must be created by separate grant document, and must not be created or dedicated by the platting process (see Easements Section 7). If the local government requires that easements be graphically depicted on the plat, the plat must include enough mathematical data to accurately compute the easement locations. All easements within the Target Tract must contain mathematical ties to the Target Tract boundary. h. In the acknowledgment, do not fill in the names or titles of corporate officer; Target will complete these upon execution. i. The form of the recital or instrument of dedication, if not prescribed by local law, must be as follows: KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS: That Target Corporation, a Minnesota corporation, owner of the following described property situated in the County of __________, State of ___________, to-wit: [insert legal description here] has caused the same to be surveyed and platted as [insert name of subdivision in capital letters], and does hereby acknowledge and adopt the same under the style and title thereon set forth. [Note: If easements, streets, or other public areas are to be created by the plat, then insert the following after the subdivision name above: ". . ., and does hereby donate and dedicate to the public, for public use forever, the easements labeled for dedication as shown on this plat . . ."] Dated at Minneapolis, Minnesota, this _____ day of ___________, 2013. TARGET CORPORATION By: Its: STATE OF MINNESOTA ) ) SS COUNTY OF HENNEPIN ) On this ______ day of _________________, 2013, before me, a Notary Public within and for said County, personally appeared _____________________, to me personally known, who, being first by me duly sworn, did say that he or she is the __________________ of Target Corporation, and that the foregoing instrument was signed by him or her on behalf of said corporation by authority of its Board of Directors and said _________________ acknowledged said instrument to be his or her free act and deed, and the free act and deed of said corporation. Notary Public Commission expires: 3.8

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 9. TARGET TITLE COMPANY PARTNERS: Target has established relationships with a number of national title insurance providers. Each of these title company offices is very familiar with Target’s title insurance requirements. The Developer must work directly with one of the following title company offices on all Target transactions: Alicia Coleman or Paulette Stevenson First American Title Insurance Company 801 Nicollet Mall, Suite 1900 Minneapolis, MN 55402-2533 612-305-2000; fax 612-305-2001 acapes@firstam.com pstevenson@firstam.com Pam Bobendrier Chicago Title Insurance Company Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation (Fidelity National Title Group) th 222 South 9 Street, Suite 3060 Minneapolis, MN 55402-3390 612-339-2584; fax 612-339-6743 bobendrierP@ctt.com Renee Haglund Tierney or Barb Chirinos Stewart Title Guaranty Company nd 1700 West 82 Street, Suite 100 Bloomington, MN 55431-1465 952-888-6353; fax 952-888-7314 renee.tierney@stewart.com barb.chirinos@stewart.com Mark Blakstad or Rick Zilka Old Republic National Title Insurance Company 400 Second Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55401-2499 612-371-1134 or -1178; fax 612-371-1151 mblakstad@oldrepublictitle.com rzilka@oldrepublictitle.com

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C. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION:
1. INSURANCE REQUIREMENT: The individual or firm performing the geotechnical investigation must have a minimum of $2,000,000 in professional liability insurance in full force and effect throughout the term of the project. Additional requirements for insurance and indemnity are contained in the Owner and Consultant Agreement available from the Target Structural Engineer. Consultant must provide to the Target Structural Engineer a copy of certificate of insurance naming Target as an additional insured. 2. PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF WORK: The Geotechnical Engineer's responsibilities for a site investigation are to explore subsurface conditions, analyze those conditions, and provide a detailed geotechnical report. The report will be used by Target for the design phase of the project. The following standards and criteria describe Target’s expectations with regard to the Geotechnical Engineer preparing a geotechnical investigation on the Target Tract. These standards and criteria are the minimum scope of work and must be followed for the form, completeness, and accuracy of the work to be performed. They are not, however, intended to serve as a directive governing the methods employed in the execution of work. If known site conditions warrant changes in the scope of work, the Target Structural Engineer must be notified before work commences. The Consultant contract and scope of work is managed by: Sonny Fite, P.E., Manager Structural Engineering Target Corporation th 50 South 10 Street, Suite 400, TP3-1020 Minneapolis, MN 55403-2054 612-761-4438; fax 612-761-3323 sonny.fite@target.com 3. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: A completed Geotechnical Investigation Checklist (see Section 5.D., Forms) must be attached to the cover of the draft and final reports. Any report submitted without this form or found incomplete according to Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, Geotechnical Investigation, will be returned to the Consultant for completion or revision. a. DRAFT REPORT: The draft report must be submitted to Target for review no later than four weeks after Target enters a real estate agreement to be a part of the development project. Submit electronic copies of the complete draft report, one each to the Target Structural Engineer, Target Development Manager, and Target Geotechnical Consultant, for review and comment. If additional time is needed, contact the Target Structural Engineer. Date the report and clearly identify the draft as “DRAFT - FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY”. b. FINAL REPORT: The final report must be approved by Target, and is required no later than two business days before the CPR Meeting. Date the report and submit PDF copies of the complete final report: one each to the Target Structural Engineer, Target Development Manager, and Target Geotechnical Consultant. The final report will be referenced in the Target Project Manual of the Target Building Documents. The final report, and any amendments, must also be uploaded to Buzzsaw in the Geotechnical Investigation folder. All field and lab work must be conducted and completed, and the final report prepared, no earlier than 18 months before the CPR Meeting. Target may require a reconnaissance of the site by the Consultant, and an updated report, if there have been earthwork alterations on the site since the field investigation was conducted, or if more than 24 months has passed without commencement of sitework since the CPR Meeting. 4. REPORT CONTENTS: a. GENERAL REPORT CRITERIA: A written report describing the nature and results of work performed must be submitted at the completion of all field, laboratory, and engineering work. The report must include all field and laboratory investigation, and make recommendations on all items referenced in this section for site development. Any other pertinent geotechnical considerations must also be addressed. The report will be considered incomplete, and amendments required, if all items are not addressed. The Consultant may use their standard report format, however, the report must contain the following: 1) A statement in the report that the geotechnical investigation was conducted in accordance with Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 Geotechnical Investigation requirements;

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 2) The final report must include the signature and stamp or license number of the professional Geotechnical Engineer, licensed in the state in which the project site is located, who is responsible for the preparation of the report; 3) A dimensioned or scaled drawing of the site with all final soil boring locations. Target’s Geotechnical Consultant reviews all reports for completeness and accuracy. questions about preparing a geotechnical investigation for Target may be directed to: Loren Braun, P.E. Braun Intertec Corporation 1826 Buerkle Road St. Paul, MN 55110 651-487-7011; fax 651-487-1812 lbraun@braunintertec.com b. SITE DESCRIPTION: Briefly describe the site including general topography, rock outcrops, sinkholes, existing improvements, existing embankments, waterways, underground utilities, cisterns, etc., which could affect site development. Give a brief geologic description of soils and bedrock. Describe the subsurface soil conditions based on site borings. Comment on potential for swelling or shrinking, corrosion, landslides, sinkhole, collapse, creeping, and seismic activity / liquefaction known to exist locally, and/or at the site. Provide the seismic site class information requested in Section 8 below. c. BORING LOGS: Provide individual boring logs of all test borings on 8½” x 11’’ sheets in the report showing: 1) ground surface elevation (USGS Datum); 2) depth and thickness of various subsurface strata; 3) strata classifications; 4) soil classifications per ASTM International (ASTM) D2487 or D2488; 5) sampler size; 6) type and weight of hammer; 7) distance of hammer drop; 8) penetration resistance numbers; 9) description of moisture contents in soil; 10) core barrel size; 11) core recovery ratios; 12) Rock Quality Designation (RQD); 13) time required to advance each foot in rock; 14) ground water levels; and 15) measurement data. d. GROUNDWATER: State whether or not groundwater was observed. If applicable, indicate depth of groundwater from existing grade. Provide recommendations to control groundwater across the site where high groundwater is anticipated during and/or following construction. e. FIELD AND LABORATORY TESTS: Describe all test procedures used and include all test results. The report must include tests results for corrosivity to metal piping, cement type, and, if required, shear wave velocity profile. f. SUBSURFACE PROFILES: Provide general subsurface lateral and longitudinal profiles across the site as appropriate. These profiles need not be detailed but rather depict general stratification, inferred as well as possible, from boring logs. On a separate drawing, show all borings in the building area plotted against a vertical scale, and the finished floor elevation (USGS) as a horizontal line. Provide historic and current subsurface water table information. g. BORING LOCATION DRAWINGS: On a scaled site plan that includes the Target building, show all boring locations, benchmark location(s), and description. Include the location of additional explorations (test pits or piezometers) on the drawing (see Exhibits A.2.1 - A.2.2). h. ENGINEERING ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS: Include analysis and recommendations for site development including, but not limited to: 3.12 Technical

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) i. j. excavation and fill requirements; schedule of observations, inspections, and testing for building pad preparation; foundation types; allowable bearing pressures; liquefaction potential; potential static and seismic settlement; recommended fill type; moisture conditioning of soil to be used as fill; and any other information on soil utilization, or behavior likely to influence the integrity of the proposed project. SEISMICITY: Describe all test procedures used and include all test results. LATERAL EARTH PRESSURE: Provide allowable bearing pressure for site retaining walls if different from building foundations. Provide recommended values of the following parameters for on-site material, and for free-draining engineered fill: 1) Active pressure; 2) At-rest pressure; 3) Passive pressure; 4) Coefficient of sliding friction; and 5) Ultimate values (no factor of safety included) for the passive earth pressure and coefficient of sliding friction, and so state in report.

5. EXPLORATORY BORINGS: The locations and minimum number of test borings by prototype are shown on the attached Exhibits A.1.1 A.2.2. All boring and related work must comply with local codes and regulations. The exact boring locations, depth and quantity may require adjustment to suit field conditions, and avoid underground utilities or other site constraints. Provide a boring layout plan to the Target Development Manager and Loren Braun for review and approval before commencing field borings.. a. BUILDING AREA: State in the report that the building pad extends 10 feet beyond the building area and includes the entire front sidewalk area. 1) Drill 15 test borings to a minimum depth of 20 feet below existing grade, or below the proposed finish floor, whichever is deeper (see Exhibits A.2.1 - A.2.2). Extend all borings at least 5 feet below the bottom of existing fill or otherwise unsuitable material. 2) If unsuitable existing fill is encountered to a depth of more than 15 feet, or if natural soil unsuitable for shallow foundations is encountered, extend half of the borings at least 10 feet below potential deep foundation depths, or to refusal, whichever is less. 3) In areas prone to liquefaction, extend at least two borings to a depth of 40 feet below existing grade or proposed finish floor, whichever is deeper. Soil borings must not be terminated if the penetration resistance is 4 blows per foot or less. If soft soils are present at the proposed termination depth of the boring such that additional required fill will induce settlement exceeding the Target criteria, extend the borings to the bottom of the soft soils. 4) Conduct sampling at all test boring locations in the building pad area as follows: a) Sample a minimum of 10 borings in accordance with ASTM D1586 standards. Thin-walled tube sampling must be in accordance with ASTM D1587 standards. At a minimum, take samples at 2½-foot intervals to 15 feet and then at 5-foot intervals. b) Sample a minimum of 5 cone penetrometer test (CPT) borings in accordance with ASTM D5778 standards. Individual logs must be prepared for each sample location. At a minimum the log must include corrected tip stress (qt), sleeve friction (fs), friction ratio (Rf), pore pressure measured at the u2 position, equivalent N60 or (N1)60 penetration resistance, and soil behavior type. If CPT borings are not commonly used in the area then standard penetration borings may be used instead. b. GENERAL PARKING AREAS: 1) The Target Development Manager will select additional test boring locations outside the building area for the purpose of evaluating the parking lot subgrade, and making pavement design 3.13

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 recommendations. These borings are to a minimum depth of 5 feet below existing grade or proposed finished grades, whichever is deeper, and in accordance with ASTM D1586. 2) Drill 3 test borings in accordance with ASTM D1586 150 feet from the front of the building, at each end and the center, and 3 test borings 250 feet from the front of the building, at each end and the center. One test boring is also drilled at each point inside the major entries where incoming traffic must turn toward Target parking stalls (see Exhibit A.1.1). c. EXPANSIVE SOILS: If expansive soils are encountered or expected on the site, or if unexpected or special field conditions are encountered, the Geotechnical Engineer must immediately contact the Target Structural Engineer and Target Development Manager to describe the field conditions and receive additional direction and design requirements. See Exhibit F.1.1 Expansive Soils – Design Options and Procedures. d. ADDITIONAL EXPLORATION: 1) The Target Development Manager may select additional test boring locations in accordance with ASTM D1586 where existing grades beyond the building pad are proposed to be cut more than 10 feet. These borings extend to a minimum depth of 10 feet below the proposed finished grade. Extend all borings at least 5 feet below the bottom of existing fill or otherwise unsuitable material. 2) Take a minimum of 3 additional test borings in accordance with ASTM D1586 in each proposed stormwater management pond to determine suitability of excavated material for use as structural fill. These borings are to the proposed bottom of the pond. Test soil at proposed bottom of each pond for percolation rate. Extend all borings at least 5 feet below the bottom of existing fill or otherwise unsuitable material. 3) Take a minimum of 3 percolation tests in accordance with ASTM D3385 in each proposed infiltration area such as bioswales, detention basins, and rain gardens. Prepare individual logs for each percolation test, and provide infiltration rates for each area tested. 4) Take additional borings in accordance with ASTM D1586 spaced not more than 100’ along proposed site retaining walls. These borings extend to a minimum depth of 10 feet below the existing grade at the bottom of the proposed wall. Extend all borings at least 5 feet below the bottom of existing fill or otherwise unsuitable material: a) Where walls are greater than 4’ tall; b) If steep slopes are present above or below the walls; c) At sites close to known Karst topography or abandoned mines; and d) If site is subject to seismic activity that may induce excessive movement. Upon approval from the Target Structural Engineer: 5) Take additional borings within the building pad to explore for potential sinkholes, and to better define lateral limits and depths of unsuitable soils or rock excavation. Extend borings to appropriate depths, if necessary, to provide recommendations for deep foundations. 6) Install piezometers as necessary to accurately determine the groundwater elevation. 6. OTHER SOIL AND MATERIAL ANALYSES: a. CORROSIVITY: The Target building has underground piping, ductwork, and electrical conduits. The Geotechnical Engineer must conduct laboratory electrical resistivity tests on saturated representative soil samples. Take specific samples from corner nearest main entry in food service area. Complete as necessary additional testing such as pH, sulfides, and redox to evaluate the corrosion potential of the soil. State in the report whether corrosion protection is required or not for ductile iron and steel pipe. Determine corrosion for ductile iron pipe in accordance with the “10 Point System” as specified by AWWA C-105, Appendix A. Include lab results in the appendix of the report. b. CEMENT TYPE: Determine and recommend the proper cement type based on sulfate and chloride content in the soil and cement type(s) locally available. c. GLOBAL STABILITY: 1) Proposed site retaining walls, exceeding a retained height more than 4 feet, must be evaluated for global stability by the Geotechnical Engineer. Perform appropriate subsurface exploration and laboratory testing to characterize the subsurface conditions.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 2) Perform analyses to determine short-term and long-term factors of safety of 1.3 and 1.5, respectively. Provide analyses used to support each calculated factor of safety by taking into consideration the following measures: a) Overall geometry including the wall system and profile grades in front and behind the wall; b) Surcharge loads; c) Subsurface soil profile; d) Shear strength and unit weight of the soil; e) Subsurface water conditions; and f) Minimum factor of safety and corresponding estimated failure surface. 3) Provide recommendations in the report for wall design and construction methods to achieve the minimum factors of safety. Provide recommendations to resolve potential instability in cases where the factors of safety are below minimum values. 7. SHEAR WAVE VELOCITY TESTING: a. On sites where the mapped Maximum Considered Earthquake (MCE) spectral response accelerations at short periods (SS) and at 1-second period (S1) are within the following ranges: 0.320 ≤ SS ≤ 0.500 or 0.083 ≤ S1 ≤ 0.200 the Geotechnical Engineer must complete the shear wave velocity profile to characterize the Site Class based on the International Building Code. Describe methods of exploration used for this purpose. These methods may include, but are not limited to, down-hole shear wave velocity measurement, microtremor (ReMi) survey, and/or spectral analysis of surface waves (SASW). In addition to the average shear wave velocity of the entire profile, include graphical representation of discrete shear wave velocity values throughout the entire depth of the upper 100 feet of the site profile. b. EXCEPTION: Shear Wave Velocity Testing is not required when the site can be classified as Site Class A on the basis of the exploratory borings. 8. SITE SPECIFIC SEISMIC ANALYSIS: a. On sites where the mapped Maximum Considered Earthquake (MCE) spectral response accelerations at short periods (SS) and at 1-second period (S1) are within the following limits: 0.500 ≤ SS or 0.200 ≤ S1 the Geotechnical Engineer must perform a site specific analysis utilizing a response model based on low-strain shear wave velocities. b. Rock motions for the MCE, one-dimensional soil profile, site response analysis and design response spectrum must be included in the analysis and discussed in the Geotechnical report. Provide both graphical and tabular representation of all spectra used to develop the final response spectrum, including the flowing: 1) mapped spectra; 2) design spectra; 3) 80% of design spectra on the basis of mapped MCE; 4) lower deterministic bounds, if applicable; 5) upper deterministic bounds, if applicable; and 6) site-specific spectra. 9. SEISMIC ANALYSIS: International Building Code (IBC): Provide the following: a. Site Class. Where required by 7. above, results of Shear Wave Velocity Testing must be used in determination of site class; b. Risk-Targeted Maximum Considered Earthquake (MCER) spectral response accelerations, Ss and S1, based on the IBC ground motion parameters. The preferred method of determination is to use the 3.15

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 USGS website in conjunction with the latitude and longitude of the project site. earthquake.usgs.gov/research/hazmaps/design/; c. Site Coefficients Fa and Fv ; and d. Seismic design parameters SMS, SM1, SDS, and SD1. e. Where required by 8. above, or if required by the IBC, or if the Geotechnical Engineer determines that a site specific evaluation is needed, site specific response spectra for 5 percent damping of MCE must be provided in lieu of items a. through d. above. The MCE site specific response spectra must be developed in accordance with the guidelines presented in Chapter 21 of ASCE 7-10. f. For Seismic Design Category C, in accordance with IBC, Chapter 18, the investigation must include an evaluation of the following potential hazards resulting from earthquake motions: 1) slope stability; 2) liquefaction; and 3) surface rupture due to faulting or lateral spreading. g. For Seismic Design Category D, E, and F, in accordance with IBC, Chapter 18, and in addition to the above the investigation must include: 1) lateral earth pressures on basement and/or retaining walls due to seismic loading; 2) an assessment of potential consequences of any liquefaction and soil strength loss; and 3) estimation of differential settlement, lateral movement or reduction in soil bearing capacity. h. If Target's settlement criteria are exceeded due to liquefaction, provide recommendations to mitigate the liquefaction that include, but are not limited to: 1) ground stabilization; 2) selection of appropriate foundation type and depth; and 3) contacting the Target Structural Engineer to select appropriate structural systems to accommodate anticipated displacements. i. Evaluate the potential for liquefaction and soil strength loss for site peak ground acceleration magnitudes and source characteristics consistent with the Maximum Considered Earthquake Geometric Mean (MCEG) ground motions. Determine peak ground acceleration adjusted for site class (PGAM) from a site specific study taking in to account soil amplification effects as described in ASCE/SEI 7-10 Standard, Chapter 21 or by using the formula: PGAM = FPGA PGA where: PGAM = MCEG peak ground acceleration adjusted for Site Class effects. PGA = Mapped MCEG peak ground acceleration shown in Figures 22-6 through 22-10. FPGA = Site coefficient from Table 11.8.1. j. See settlement criteria below in Section 14. 10. LABORATORY TESTS: Laboratory tests must be completed in accordance with the appropriate ASTM standard to provide data for the classification of the soils encountered in the field and for the prediction of their engineering behavior when used either as fill materials, or for the support of building foundations, floor slabs, and pavements. The following properties of the various subsurface soils must be determined, where appropriate: a. Dry Density; b. Moisture Content; c. Atterberg Limits; d. Gradation; e. Unconfined Compressive Strength; f. Consolidation or Swell (with time curves if appropriate); g. Sulfate Content (where appropriate for potential sulfate attack on concrete); h. CBR, Resilient Modulus, or R Value, as appropriate; i. Corrosivity Tests; and 3.16 See:

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 j. Seismic / Soil Profile: 1) Atterberg limits, on deep samples; 2) Effective densities, on deep samples; and 3) Material that will pass a #200 sieve, on deep samples. 11. SITE GRADING RECOMMENDATIONS: Make recommendations for earthwork in the Target building pad, parking, drives, landscape areas, and, if present, ponds, embankments, and outlots. Give on-site fill materials first consideration and discuss their suitability. a. Specify in the report that the completed building pad must allow Target to install its shallow spread footings, foundation, utilities, truck dock, sidewalk, curb, stoops, under-slab material, and floor slab without further soil correction, remediation, demolition, mitigation, rock removal, or design revisions. Comment on the requirements for rock removal by ripping or blasting, if applicable. b. Provide recommendations for protecting the building pad and the paved areas during construction in inclement weather. c. Specify in the report to remove and replace existing soil within the upper 3 feet of the finished pad elevation if more than 10% of the material by weight has a particle size exceeding 3 inches. Screening the material is acceptable if approved by the Geotechnical Engineer.

d. Specify in the report that fill placed in the upper 3 feet of the Target building pad must have a maximum particle size of 3 inches. e. Describe excavation required including: 1) types of fill to be used in various areas of the site; 2) moisture conditioning of soil to be used as fill; 3) compaction requirements for the fill to include the maximum allowable loose lift thickness; and 4) recommended testing frequency for compacted fill. f. If grading on the Target Tract requires import of off-site fill make recommendations regarding types, sources and testing procedures consistent with the locale. Specify in the report that the Import Soil Information form (see Section 5.E., Forms) must be completed by the Developer or General Contractor, and submitted to the Target Environmental Manager for review, response, and approval. State in the report that before placement, import soils must be approved by the Target Environmental Manager.

g. Make recommendations about the thickness and duration of surcharging, if any, required on the site. h. Provide recommendations, as necessary, when the site development might occur during wet and/or cold weather. i. SLOPES ADJACENT TO BUILDING PAD: 1) If steep slopes are proposed below and adjacent to the building pad, provide recommendations to reduce creep that causes settlement at the ground surface behind the crests of steep slopes. 2) If existing steep slopes are present below and adjacent to the building pad, provide recommendations to excavate, bench, and backfill the slope to avoid future settlement. Include minimum width for horizontal lifts to allow for adequate compaction of the fill by large vibratory mechanical compaction as the fill is placed. 12. SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE RECOMMENDATIONS: a. SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE: In paved areas provide a recommendation on whether or not there is a need for finger drains at catch basins and draintile at irrigated landscaped islands to intercept water seepage from storm runoff entering into the subgrade from the aggregate base. b. FRONT SIDEWALK CURB: Where differential movement may occur between the front sidewalk curb and drive aisle pavement due to frost movement or the presence of expansive soil provide a recommendation for the use of draintile below the curb.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 13. COMPACTION RECOMMENDATIONS: Provide specific compaction recommendations in accordance with ASTM D698 or ASTM D1557 Standards and appropriate moisture content range and loose lift thickness at the following locations: a. Below footing level; b. Beneath interior slabs on grade; c. Beneath paving; d. Utility trenches backfill; e. Beneath landscaped areas; f. Beneath sidewalks and exterior slabs; and g. Embankments of stormwater ponds, if applicable. 14. BUILDING PAD REPRESENTATION AND CERTIFICATION: a. Specify in the report that the completed building pad must be represented to Target by a professional Geotechnical Engineer licensed in the state in which the work was performed that all earthwork was completed in compliance with the geotechnical investigation report, and that the pad preparation was monitored and tested at intervals appropriate to the site conditions. Detailed compilation of all observations, inspections, test data and results, interpretations, and conclusions must be furnished to the Target Owner’s Site Representative. b. Specify in the report that the completed building pad must be certified to Target by a Land Surveyor licensed in the state in which the work was performed that the location and elevation of the pad is in compliance with the Target approved Site Construction Documents. c. Specify in the report that the completed Building Pad Representation and Certification form must be furnished by Developer to the Target Owner’s Site Representative (see Section 5.I., Forms, Target Building Pad Representation and Certification form).

15. SETTLEMENT: a. STATIC SETTLEMENT (Gravity): 1) Provide estimated total and differential movement for the various foundation types discussed. Maximum allowable differential movement is ½ inch in 30 linear feet. 2) Maximum allowable total uniform or differential movement is 3 inches over the entire length of the building and not more than 1 inch in 100 linear feet. b. SEISMIC SETTLEMENT (Seismic design categories C, D, E and F only): 1) Provide estimated total and differential settlement at intervals of 30 feet, 100 feet, and 300 feet for unmitigated liquefaction, and for various mitigated options. 2) Report preparation must include conducting a conference call with the Target Structural Engineer, Loren Braun, and Target Development Manager, to review building movement tolerances, and evaluate movement mitigation options. c. SETTLEMENT PLATES: Fill within the Target building pad exceeding 15 feet in thickness must have settlement plates installed to monitor settlement. The following criteria must be included in the report: 1) Settlement plates must be installed in a 100-foot grid within the fill; 2) The settlement plates must be installed when the pad grade has been constructed to within 1 foot below the finished elevation of the building pad. Place extensions on the applicable settlement plates when a surcharge is placed over any portion of the Target pad; and 3) Movement of the settlement plates must be monitored using survey equipment capable of measuring vertical elevation to the nearest hundredth of a foot. The settlement plates must be read: a) on a daily basis for the first week; b) 3 times a week for the following 2 weeks; and c) on a weekly basis thereafter until extrapolation of the data indicates that the Target criteria for settlement will not be exceeded over a period of 30 years. 4) Written documentation of the settlement monitoring, including the settlement measurements plotted on a semi-log plot, must be provided to the Target Owner’s Site Representative at the conclusion of each monitoring period. 3.18

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 16. FOUNDATION RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendations are to be aimed at obtaining maximum economy consistent with sound engineering practice and must be based on field and laboratory tests. a. SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS: Target uses shallow spread footings for columns and walls where possible. Perimeter footings, including those adjacent to new or existing buildings, are installed below potential frost depth. Target bases the cost of using shallow spread footings on the assumption of a net allowable bearing pressure of 3,000 pounds per square foot. Developer may meet this criterion by necessary soil improvement, or compensate Target for additional expense to use an alternate foundation system or a lower net allowable bearing pressure. 1) Provide recommendations for allowable net soil bearing pressures for isolated column footings and perimeter wall footings. Include recommendations for soil correction of unsuitable soils beneath the footings, as necessary, rather than extending the depths of the footings; 2) Include minimum recommended depths for frost protection in heated and non-heated areas; 3) Indicate minimum footing width(s) for continuous and isolated column footings; 4) Comment whether or not the soil type is suitable for trench footings; 5) Provide recommendations for rock removal below foundations; and 6) Specify in the report that backfill must have a maximum particle size of 3 inches in foundation excavations exceeding 3 feet in depth. b. DRILLED PIER FOUNDATIONS: 1) If a drilled pier foundation system appears to be economical, provide recommendations regarding maximum allowable net end bearing pressure for dead loads and total loads and allowable side friction; 2) Define the depths to which uplift or negative load can be expected, and also the depth of pier that can be utilized for positive side friction; 3) Give average end-bearing elevation and comment on probability and type of obstructions; 4) If applicable, state the maximum bell angle and minimum / maximum bell-to-shaft diameter ratio; 5) Provide an opinion if casing of the excavation is required; and 6) Provide recommended minimum pier diameter. c. PILE FOUNDATIONS: 1) If pile foundations are necessary, based on structural load data in Section d. below, recommend optimal type(s) and length from finished floor; 2) Include recommendations on typical load capacity, including capacity to which piles must be driven and net capacity for structural support, allowance for down drag, and estimated tip elevations. Comment on the probability and type of obstructions; 3) Recommend inspection, driving criteria, or load tests to be used to aid in determining actual pile capacity. Include recommendations for a minimum of 10 indicator piles and two successful load tests. Base selection of piles for load testing on the driving results from the indicator piles; and 4) Provide recommendation for driving hammers and driving energy. d. STRUCTURAL LOAD DATA: 1) Column base plate reaction is based on 40 PSF roof live load (minimum code requirements, snow, ponded water, etc.). However, in the states of AL, AR, GA, FL, KS, LA, TX, MO, MS, OK, SC, and all other locations with roof snow loads of 20 PSF or less, base the design bearing pressures on the dead loads plus one-half of the live loads. a) Typical interior columns: 120 K [35 K (D.L.) + 85 K (L.L.)]; b) Maximum interior column: 160 K [50 K (D.L.) + 110 K (L.L.)]; c) Typical perimeter columns: 85 K [25 K (D.L.) + 60 K (L.L.)]. 2) Bearing wall reactions at top of continuous spread footings: a) Typical perimeter bearing wall: 2.4 KLF [1.8 KLF (D.L.) + 0.6 KLF (L.L.)]; b) Maximum perimeter bearing wall: 3.6 KLF [2.6 KLF (D.L.) + 1.0 KLF (L.L.)]. 3.19

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 c) Note: If continuous spread footings are not feasible, grade beams (approximately 5 feet deep x 1 foot wide at the loading dock and 3 feet deep x 1 foot wide along typical building periphery) will be required to transfer bearing wall loads to the column foundation locations and intermittent foundation locations (½ bay width). 3) Slab load requirements: a) Slab on grade: 125 PSF. b) Intermediate structural slab pile loads (not at column locations): 60 K. c) Point load in stock room: 4.1 K (4” x 4” area). 17. PAVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS: Target uses asphalt paving that is applied in two lifts. a. Recommend pavement sections for an asphalt wearing course and base course, aggregate base, sub-base, and any subgrade stabilization for light-duty (parking) and heavy-duty (truck roadway) areas based on a 20-year design. b. Assume pavement is used 365 days a year with zero growth rate. c. If applicable, provide recommendations for use of geosynthetic materials. d. Include calculations in the report. Reference material specifications for the applicable jurisdiction. e. LIGHT DUTY ASPHALT PAVING: 1) Design is based on daily auto traffic of fifteen 18,000-pound equivalent single axle loads. 2) For California sites use a traffic index of 5.5 for a 20-year design. f. HEAVY DUTY ASPHALT PAVING: 1) Design is based on daily truck traffic of thirty 18,000-pound equivalent single axle loads. 2) For California sites, use a traffic index of 6.3 for a 20-year design. 3) Pavement areas that are shared with or used by other truck traffic must be designed for the combined truck traffic volume. g. Design the pavement section such that restoration consists of replacement or milling and overlaying the asphalt pavement. The necessity to remove the aggregate base and the underlying subgrade soils due to subgrade failure should be avoided. h. CONCRETE PAVING: 1) Take into consideration the following factors when assessing the use of concrete paving for the parking lot and drives: soils, slopes, climate, life cycle, serviceability life, and cost per square foot. 2) Use the 30-year design life for the concrete pavement section, aggregate base, sub-base, and any subgrade stabilization for light-duty (parking), heavy-duty (truck roadway) areas, heavy-duty crosswalk at store entry, and truck dock and, if required, truck dock approach slab. Assume same daily 18,000-pound axle loads as with asphalt pavement. 3) Use a load transfer coefficient (J value) of 4 for concrete pavement design based on the AASHTO pavement design method. 4) Include calculations in the report. Reference material specifications for the applicable jurisdiction. i. Design the pavement section such that restoration consists of crack repair and/or overlay. The necessity to remove the aggregate base and the underlying subgrade soils due to subgrade failure should be avoided. DRAINAGE: Provide recommendation for subgrade drainage to remove water that could become perched within the aggregate base. State whether or not to use finger drains at catch basins and drain tile at landscaped islands and front sidewalk.

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d. Provide recommendations for minimum depth of rock removal below floor slab. 19. OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS: Consider specific site conditions and include any additional recommendations that, in the opinion of the Geotechnical Engineer, will have an impact on the support of the building, utilities, pavements, or other appurtenant project features. Comment on local practices and costs that are related to the above recommendations.

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D. ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT PROTOCOL:
1. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS: The individual or firm performing the environmental site assessment must have a minimum of $2,000,000 of professional liability insurance in full force and effect throughout the term of the project. Additional requirements for insurance, indemnity, and limits of liability are contained in the Agreement for Environmental Engineering Services available from the Target Environmental Manager. 2. PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF WORK: This Protocol describes Target's expectations with regard to environmental site assessments performed for Target in connection with a site acquisition. The Phase I Environmental Site Assessment must meet the most recent version of ASTM E1527 Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process (ASTM E1527) and include the additional elements as outlined in this Protocol. Reports submitted to Target that are not performed in accordance with this Protocol will not be accepted for review. The guidelines set forth in this Protocol are not intended to be all-inclusive, or to serve as a checklist for the Consultant. Target expects that the Consultant will use the best professional judgment in designing an assessment scope of work for any particular site. The consultant must take into account standard practice for the region the site is located in and include additional scope as needed. IN DOING SO, THE CONSULTANT MUST BE GUIDED, FIRST AND FOREMOST, BY THE PURPOSE OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT AS STATED IN THIS PROTOCOL. If, in the Consultant's professional judgment, this Protocol requires modification for some reason, the Consultant must discuss the proposed modifications with Target's Environmental Manager and obtain prior approval. Any deviations from this standard Protocol must be identified in the Phase I Report.. Target, or Developer, must retain a qualified Consultant to perform an environmental site assessment of every potential store site. The PURPOSE of the environmental site assessment is: a. to identify and evaluate the actual and potential environmental risks associated with the site so that Target's legal counsel can properly advise Target regarding any environmental liability associated with the site; b. to evidence that Target made "all appropriate inquiry" before buying the site; and c. to identify risks to the project schedule, scope of work, and budget. 3. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: a. FINAL REPORT: A complete electronic copy of the final report, with color photographs and marked "CONFIDENTIAL AND PRIVILEGED", must be submitted to the Target Environmental Manager no later than three weeks before the CPR Meeting. The electronic version of the final report must include the text and all appendices as one document in a PDF format. b. RELIANCE: Target requires reliance on all environmental reports being prepared by the Developer for the project. One of the following reliance language statements must be used: 1) For Consultants who have a Master Services Agreement (MSA) with Target: Target may rely on this report as though it were prepared for Target's benefit pursuant to the date of the MSA between Consultant and Target Corporation, which MSA is incorporated here by reference. 2) For Consultants whose contract with the Developer complies with Target's insurance requirement, and contains no limitation on liability: Target may rely on this report as though it were prepared for Target's benefit, with Target as the named client. Target and Consultant acknowledge and agree to the terms and conditions attached to the report in the Appendix. 3) For consultants who carry adequate insurance. but whose contract with Developer limits their liability: Target may rely on this report as though it were prepared for Target's benefit with Target as the named client. Consultant’s liability to Target must not be limited by the terms and conditions of the contract between Developer and Consultant. Consultant has attached its Certificates of Insurance complying with Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 to this report as an Appendix. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST: Consultant must include a completed Checklist with the Phase I Report (see Section 5.G., Forms). 3.23

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 d. IMPORT SOIL INFORMATION FORM: If fill will be placed on the Target Tract, Target requires a completed Import Soil Information form (see Section 5.E., Forms). The completed form must be submitted to the Target Environmental Manager for review and approval before placing any imported soil on the Target Tract. Only clean soil without any unusual characteristics such as strong odors, atypical colors, visual debris, etc., is allowed to be imported onto the Target Tract. e. EXPORT SOIL INFORMATION FORM: If 500 CY or more of soils will be exported from the Target Tract, Target requires a completed Export Soil Information form (see Section 5.F., Forms). The completed form must be submitted to the Target Environmental Manager for review and approval before export of soil. The planned property use at the destination site and why the imported fill is needed at the destination site must be described on the form. Only clean soil that does not exhibit any unusual characteristics such as strong odors, atypical colors, visual debris, etc., is allowed to be exported from the Target Tract. . f. INSURANCE: Consultant must submit to the Target Environmental Manager a copy of their Certificate of Insurance demonstrating a minimum of $2,000,000 professional liability insurance.

4. PHASING THE ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT: Whenever possible, the environmental site assessment must be conducted in phases, as follows: a. Phase I: The purpose of this investigation is to determine potential environmental risks associated with a site. A Phase I environmental site assessment must not be more than six months old at the time of the Target real estate closing. 1) A Phase I environmental site assessment must not include any sampling or testing of soil, air, water or building materials. Obtain all information by means of non-intrusive site walk, interviews, or data review. 2) The environmental site assessment must be updated in accordance with ASTM E1527 if the Phase I Report will be greater than six months old at the time of the Target real estate closing. The updated report must be provided to Target for review and approval before the Target real estate closing. 3) If any Recognized Environmental Conditions (REC) are identified in the Phase I Report follow-up activities are required that may include, but are not limited to, a file review, Phase II, etc.. b. Phase II: This investigation may include sampling and testing and/or subsurface exploration, the purpose of which is to confirm the presence or absence of a particular hazardous substance in a particular location. Target does not routinely request Phase II investigations. Target will request a Phase II only if there is some specific reason to believe that hazardous substances may be present or that the site may have been contaminated. On Target developed sites, no sampling, testing, or subsurface exploration must be performed without Target's written authorization. Additional subsurface investigations may be conducted following the initial Phase II. The purpose is to determine the degree and extent of the contamination identified during the Phase II investigation, and/or to evaluate the feasibility, effectiveness, and cost alternative responses to the contamination identified during the subsurface investigations. c. Methane / Vapor Mitigation: Verify methane and/or vapor mitigation requirements with the Target Environmental Manager early in the environmental site assessment process. Guidance specifications and critical drawings of the mitigation system will be provided, upon request, from the Target Environmental Manager. There is one exception to the rule that environmental site assessments must be phased: If the preliminary data gathered by Target (e.g., environmental reports prepared for the seller or the Developer) indicate that a Phase II investigation will be necessary (e.g., because a release is known to have occurred on the site), Target may elect to have the Consultant conduct a Phase II subsurface investigation with respect to the known problem before, or during the Phase I environmental site assessment. 5. THE PHASE I ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT: The Phase I Report must meet all requirements of ASTM E1527, plus the additional elements as described below: a. a completed Environmental Assessment Checklist must be attached to the cover of the report (see Section 5.G., Forms). Any report submitted without this form or found incomplete according to Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, Environmental Site Assessment protocol will be returned to the Consultant for completion or update; 3.24

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 b. a statement in the report that the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment was conducted for Target Corporation in accordance with Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, Environmental Site Assessment Protocol; c. an executive summary, with appropriate references to specific pages of the report, identifying and evaluating the actual and potential environmental risks associated with the site;

d. to the extent practicable within the scope of a Phase I environmental site assessment, i.e. without performing a Phase II subsurface investigation, make practical statements for risk elimination, reduction, and management (e.g., "properly seal and abandon the well because it is no longer in use," or "remove the tank because it is no longer being used," or "due to the depth to groundwater, no impact or risk to construction is expected to exist"); e. note any surficial or subsurface conditions, that while not Recognized Environmental Conditions, would have a construction schedule delay and/or budget impact; such as septic tanks; f. identify each source used with enough specificity that the research could be reconstructed at a later date (if a source revealed no findings, cite the source nonetheless and clearly state that fact); g. summarize significant findings and identify actual and potential environmental risks; h. weigh any risks to construction and/or long-term ownership, and state any factors that exist to mitigate those risks; i. j. k. l. identify the regulatory analytical compliance limits for contaminants identified in the report, if applicable; discuss the ability and likelihood of any actual or potential contamination to migrate to or from the site, and the potential to impact the development and use of the site; discuss the potential impact of any potential or known contamination on environmental target areas such as residential areas, water supplies, wetlands, coastal zones, etc.; make a recommendation as to the need for further investigation, i.e., a Phase II, but only if "red flags" have been raised during the Phase I environmental site assessment, never as a routine recommendation; and

m. include a map or site plan clearly identifying the location of the Target Tract, particularly if part of a larger development tract, and include photographs documenting the environmental features of the site. n. Records Review in addition to ASTM E1527: The purpose of the review is to identify circumstances associated with the past, or present use of the site and/or surrounding properties, that may indicate a potential for or the presence of contamination. 1) Review any environmental studies, reports, test results, permits, licenses, tank registrations, surveys, or other documents relating to the environmental condition of the site obtained by Target as part of its CPR process. As part of the required review of previous reports, seller is obligated to consider all reports, surveys, evaluations, and other reports commissioned by the Developer, for the Developer, or within the Developer’s possession and control relating to the environmental condition of the site. All documents used to describe the environmental condition of the site, or are used to produce the Environmental Representations and Warranties, must be included in the review and evaluation of previous reports which are mandated as part of a Phase I Report; 2) If Target is self-developing, interview the Target Environmental Manager to determine how Target intends to use the site. If site improvements are performed by Developer, interview Developer, and/or project civil engineer (e.g., where the site is intended to be excavated; whether excavated soil is intended for use as fill, etc.); 3) The Consultant must search within the radius suggested by ASTM for a given database, unless the Consultant believes another radius is more appropriate for a given site or a given jurisdiction requires it. The Consultant must explain the choice of radius in the assessment report, if it is other than the suggested radius; 4) Search local water resources department for information regarding on-site wells and public or private wells within a 1 mile radius of the site; 5) Determine if deed restrictions, institutional controls, and/or engineering barriers are present. If this information is not readily available through an online search or interviews, the Consultant must obtain a commercial report documenting the presence / absence of environmental liens and activity and use limitations (AUL); 6) Evaluate for potential natural resource damages (Note: Nearby sensitive or protected natural resource features should be identified and considerations presented to identify the risk to these 3.25

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 features and measures to decrease the potential impact of these features during construction or operation of the store.); and 7) Evaluate for any unique concerns such as: methane, oil and gas wells, nearby facilities that would impact a site, aquifer recharge issues, natural resource damages, etc. The Phase I Report must identify, summarize, and evaluate the potential of material impact to the use or development of the site from any of the records reviewed. The information obtained during the records search may require some follow-up and interpretation. For example, if the records show a spill or leak, the Consultant must make further inquiry to find out if groundwater was affected, if there has been a clean-up, etc. o. Geological, Hydrogeological, Topographical, and General Meteorological Assessment: The purpose of this element of the Phase I environmental site assessment is to evaluate the likelihood that contaminants have, or could in the future, migrate from one location to another. The Consultant must review the "readily available" data (e.g., geotechnical boring logs, well logs, aerial photos, stream quality data, real estate maps, USGS topographic maps (current and historical), regulatory records, etc.), and report on the following: 1) The geological and soil profile of the site and surrounding areas, including the type(s) and porosity of the soils, and depth to bedrock. Any fill material deposited at the site must also be noted. The Consultant must consider the potential for naturally occurring asbestos, radon, methane gas, or the potential for vapor migration; 2) The hydrogeological conditions existing at the site and the surrounding area, including groundwater quality, depth, gradient, and usage. The Consultant must note principle aquifers, subterranean structures that might affect the movement of water and/or contaminants, drainage patterns and surface water on or near the site, and surface water quality, classification, and usage. The Consultant must identify the locations, condition, and use of any water supply wells on or near the site. The Consultant must review any water analysis from wells on site and/or in the area, if this information is available, and include this information in the appendix to the assessment report; 3) Topographical characteristics that may affect the migration of contaminants; 4) Historical meteorological trends such as prevailing wind, wind speed and direction, and air inversions that might create on-site concerns with respect to air pollutants, airborne toxins, and odor sources; and 5) Coastal Barrier Improvement Act and Historical Preservation Classification. p. Site Reconnaissance: Target expects that an experienced Consultant who meets the requirements of an Environmental Professional in accordance with ASTM E1527 and who is familiar with the results of the historical review will conduct the site reconnaissance. q. Vapor Intrusion Assessment: 1) The Consultant must provide comments regarding the potential for on-site methane; 2) A vapor assessment in accordance with the most recent version of ASTM E2600 Standard Guide for Vapor Encroachment Screening on Property Involved in Real Estate Transactions must be conducted. The assessment must include, at a minimum, a Tier 1 evaluation. The Phase I Report must include the findings in the text, and the assessment as an Appendix. r. Natural Resources: The presence of specific natural resources to be reviewed includes wetlands and critical habitat / endangered species. Specifically, the Consultant is requested to review certain documents, and to make direct contact with certain public agencies. If a separate natural resources survey has been completed, it must be reviewed as part of the Phase I Report, and a copy provided to the Target Environmental Manager. 1) Wetlands: The Consultant must provide comments regarding the potential for wetlands to be present at a site. This will be based on a review of the National Wetland Inventory Maps as well as site reconnaissance observations. If a separate wetlands survey has been completed, it must be reviewed as part of the Phase I Report, and a copy provided to the Target Environmental Manager.

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E. SITE DESIGN CRITERIA:
1. INSURANCE REQUIREMENT: The individual or firm preparing the Target Site Construction Documents must have a minimum of $2,000,000 in professional liability insurance in full force and effect throughout the term of the project. Additional requirements for insurance and indemnity are contained in the Owner and Consultant Agreement available from the Target Development Manager. Consultant must provide to the Target Development Manager a copy of certificate of insurance naming Target as an additional insured. 2. PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF WORK: The following design standards and performance criteria describe Target’s expectations for preparation of all designs and materials for the CPR Meeting and Site Construction Documents for the Target Tract. These standards and criteria must be followed for the form, completeness, and accuracy of the work to be performed. They are not, however, intended to serve as a directive governing the methods employed in the execution of work. Preliminary and final plans of the Target Tract must not be submitted to regulatory agencies, or recorded until the document is approved by the Target Development Manager. 3. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: a. Preliminary copies of all drawings, exhibits, plans, specifications, reports, sitework cost estimates, schedules, forms, applications, etc., described in Section 2. CPR Meeting Requirements must be submitted to the Target Development Manager for review and comment no later than three weeks before the CPR Meeting. Copies must be submitted electronically in full size PDF format. b. TARGET APPROVED SITE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: 1) Plan sheets must include all applicable items of the Site Construction Documents Coordination Checklist (see Section 5.H., Forms), and any and all regulatory requirements, governmental standards and details, local practices, and customary information accepted by the respective disciplines. All line work and lettering must be of such quality that electronic archiving and subsequent printing at 11” x 17” reduced and original sizes produces legible prints. All drawings must contain a graphic scale. Verify with local jurisdictions regarding any special code requirements for drawing scale and sheet size; 2) Plans must be prepared using Civil 3D for coordination with the Target Building Documents that are prepared using Building Information Modeling (BIM); 3) Plan set must be dated, signed, and sealed by the project Engineer licensed in the state in which the project site is located; and 4) Post plan set in full size PDF electronic format to Buzzsaw in the Site Construction Documents folder or submit on a CD to the Target Development Manager. The Target Development Manager may also request a full size or half size paper copy. 4. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: a. BUILDING DESCRIPTION: Target P09.400 is a one-story, general merchandise, limited grocery retail facility with an integral loading dock and no basement or crawl space. The building can be freestanding, attached at one or both sides, or used with a mall connection that may include sliding doors at the opening to the mall corridor. A pharmacy and small food service area, that may also include a Starbucks and Pizza Hut, is included in each store. Some Target stores also include beer, wine, and liquor depending on geographic location and where permitted by law. Super Target includes a full line grocery area including, where permitted by law, beer, wine, and liquor. b. FLOOR PLAN CONFIGURATION: All Target floor plan configurations on site plans must be approved by the Target Development Manager before submittal to any regulatory agencies, planning commissions, review boards, or neighborhood associations. 1) The P09.400 floor plan on Exhibit A.4.1 is the model left entry and left dock configuration. The building can be a right entry and right dock mirror image of the model version. The stockroom and sales floor can each flip separately to create a left entry and right dock, or right entry and left dock configuration. 2) The P09.400 sidestock floor plan on Exhibit A.4.2 is the model left entry and right dock configuration. The building can be a right entry and left dock mirror image of the model version. There are no other configurations. 3.29

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 c. FOUNDATION AND FRAMING: 1) Target uses shallow spread footings for columns and walls, where possible. Perimeter footings, including those adjacent to new or existing buildings, are installed, at a minimum, to frost depth. Target bases the cost of using shallow spread footings on the assumption of a net allowable bearing pressure of 3,000 pounds per square foot. Developer has the option to meet this criterion by necessary soil improvement, or compensate Target for additional expense to use an alternate foundation system, or a lower net allowable bearing pressure. 2) Interior: Steel columns with steel joists and girders with metal deck. Typical column bay sizes are approximately 40 feet x 50 feet. 3) Perimeter: Precast concrete wall panels or tilt-up concrete wall panels with pattern of recessed reveals and with brick face at front and partially on the sides. Front and corner returns are an ashlar pattern masonry wainscot. Remainder of sides and full rear has textured coating system finish. Optional system is Qwik Brik® masonry walls at front and partially on the sides and smooth face CMU at remaining sides and rear. Non-brick surfaces are finished in a multi-color coating system pattern with accents on the front, rear, and sides. Verify wall type and overall building dimensions with the Target Development Manager. d. BUILDING FLOOR: 1) Floor construction consists of a 4-inch thick, non-reinforced concrete slab over a granular base and vapor barrier. A 5-inch thick concrete slab is used if the walls are tilt-up concrete panels. Base material thickness is determined by site specific geotechnical investigation. Floor finishes are vinyl composition tile, carpet, ceramic tile, and sealed concrete. 2) The concrete slab at the receiving dock / compactor area is designed and installed by Target. 5. BUILDING DESIGN: a. Use the Target prototype building floor plan configuration, unless specifically directed otherwise by the Target Development Manager. The Target Development Manager will provide the Developer, or Consultant, with an accurate electronic drawing of any project specific required variations to the prototype building floor plan. b. RE DRAWINGS: The following drawings are available from the Target Development Manager in PDF and AutoCAD versions or on line in Buzzsaw in the PD Reference Materials folder: 1) RE1 Building Site Criteria: illustrates prototype floor plan, front sidewalk and curb, spot elevations, and utility connection locations. Sidestock versions are also available; 2) RE2 Site Branding Plan: illustrates location and layout of parking, accessible parking, parking at the building sides, crosswalk, cart corrals, landscaped islands, and pylon signs; 3) RE3 Site Details: details common to all sites; 4) RE4 Sustainable Site Plan: illustrates sustainable design and features that may be incorporated into site plans where feasible; and 5) A201 Exterior Building Elevations: all four sides of the building. c. EXTERIOR DESIGN: 1) Developer or consulting Design Architect must contact the Target Design Project Architect and Target Development Manager when initiating early stages of the shopping center design theme to coordinate the Target brand design into the project theme. 2) Any proposed changes to Target’s prototype exterior colors, materials, finishes, architectural theme, or site and building signs, must be approved by the Target Design Project Architect before any submittal to local regulatory agencies, planning commissions, review boards, or neighborhood associations (see Exhibit D.1.1). 3) Developer or Consultant must provide the Target Design Project Manager with color photographs and/or drawings of significant local big box retailers, retail developments and other commercial buildings, and existing or proposed adjacent buildings for establishing design context of the project. Drawings of existing adjacent buildings must be to scale, represent accurate floor elevations, and include height of main parapets and architectural features, identification of type, color, and texture of all finish materials, and building signs. 4) Developer must provide color building elevations of the proposed shopping center and site signs to the Target Design Project Architect and Target Development Manager for review and comment 3.30

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 no later than six weeks before the CPR Meeting. The exterior of the shopping center must represent a first class retail design compatible with Target’s contemporary, timeless architecture. a) Tenant parapet heights in the shopping center must be equal in height with, or lower than the parapet height of the Target building. b) Adjacent tenant and outlot buildings, subject to Target’s approval, must be reasonably compatible to Target’s building in colors, materials, height, signs, and architectural theme, and must not be higher than the Target building height, unless approved by the Target Real Estate Manager. c) Monumental architectural features or parapet heights will not be approved by Target. d) Architectural finish and façade articulation may be required on all sides of a building based on its site exposure. 5) Target’s building front at the store entry side is offset a minimum of 2 feet forward from the front of an adjacent building or canopy. Adjacent building may be flush with Target’s building front at the side opposite the store entry. See RE1 Building Site Criteria drawing. The joint cover or treatment between Target and an adjacent building is furnished and installed as part of the building that is constructed second. 6. BUILDING AREA: The following are approximate gross square footages for Target prototype buildings. Refer to the plans on Exhibits A.4.1 - A.4.2. in this Guide and the RE1 Building Site Criteria drawing for more complete, accurate, and current data. Verify with the Target Development Manager which prototype footprint to use on a specific site plan. P09.400: ± 135,300 GSF P09.400 sidestock: ± 136,500 GSF

7. BUILDING CODES AND ZONING INTERPRETATIONS: a. For Target to construct an unlimited area building, as defined in building codes, a 60’ minimum permanent open space must be maintained between the exterior walls (including optional masonry chases for roof rain leaders) of the Target building and any property lines. If there are any building(s) connected to the Target building, the Target building and such connected buildings will be considered one building for these purposes, and the 60' open space must be maintained around the unified structures. Other than exception by code, the permanent open space dimension must not be less than: 60 feet [ International Building Code (IBC) ] The permanent open space may include adjacent dedicated public yards, rights-of-way, or permanent no-build easements. An agreement for a private yard to maintain the permanent open space around any buildings connected directly, or by any other buildings, to the Target building may be required. At zero-lot line conditions confirm requirements with local building official and provide documentation in CPR Book. Buildings connected directly, or by any other buildings, to the Target building must be constructed to the same code classification, fully sprinklered, and have the same permanent open space setbacks as the Target building. b. Developer or Consultant must provide the Target Development Manager written confirmation from the building official that the Target building location on the site plan meets the unlimited area building requirement in the building code applicable to the project. Include the documentation in the CPR Book. A 60’ yard agreement document is available from the Target Development Manager. c. Provide the Target Project Architect with the building code, building construction type, and permitted roof slope applicable to the project. Target prefers a roof slope of ⅛” per foot.

d. Verify with local fire official fire department vehicle access around the Target building, and any attached building(s). e. Provide code compliant pathway from exit doors at side(s) and rear of Target building when connected to an adjacent building, or when connected to the public way for accessible egress. f. Verify local codes and accessibility requirements, including any local detectable warning regulations, specific site restrictions, required variances, and special construction requirements. Target requires the following statement on Site Construction Documents prepared by civil engineers: [FIRM NAME] (the "Consultant") confirms to Target that Consultant has identified and used the current version of all Local, State, and Federal accessibility guidelines for site accessibility the site has been designed in accordance with, but not limited to, City, County, and State Accessibility codes, and the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design (2010 ADA Standards), as amended. 3.31

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 g. All site improvements must comply with all state, county, and local building codes, and planning and zoning requirements. h. When the Target building is located next to an adjacent building or property line and seismic separation of the buildings is required: 1) In IBC Seismic Design Category (SDC) A and B: provide 1-inch setback from the dividing line or property line for Target and the adjacent building, for a 2-inch total building separation. 2) In IBC SDC C: provide 3-inch setback from the dividing line or property line for Target and 1-inch setback from the dividing line or property line for the adjacent building, for a 4-inch total building separation. 3) In IBC SDC D and E: provide 8-inch setback from the dividing line or property line for Target and 1-inch setback from the dividing line or property line for the adjacent building for a 9-inch total building separation, and minimum 2-inch footing separation. 8. RECEIVING DOCK / COMPACTOR AREA: (see Exhibits C.1.1 - C.1.2) P09.400 P09.400 sidestock a. Dock capacity / tractor-trailer length: 3 - 70 ft. 3 – 70 ft Stores may require additional docks doors. Verify with the Target Development Manager. b. Screen wall along dock, if required, is part of the building by Target. c. 150 feet minimum distance from dock doors to opposite curb. Include in the CPR Book a site plan showing WB67 truck template to confirm adequate truck maneuvering space for incoming and outgoing truck movements from the Target dock to the public street. Trucks are not permitted on the drive aisle directly in front of the Target building. d. Compactor: 1 internally loaded, self-contained, sealed container designed not to leak. No exterior, freestanding dumpsters are used. The minimum distance from building wall at compactor to opposite curb is 80 feet. e. Sites that require a truck turnaround at the dock must provide a turnaround with a minimum diameter of 120 feet. Heavy duty concrete is required by Target for the turn-around area, and must be confirmed at the CPR Meeting. f. Provide two-way drive to Target dock with 30 feet minimum clear width. If site constraints make only a one-way drive to Target dock possible, it must be 15 feet minimum clear width. A one-way drive must be approved by the Target Development Manager. g. Truck dock concrete slab at building wall is 46 inches below finish floor. Compactor concrete pad is 48 inches below finish floor. h. Provide parking area along the side of the dock at the rear access door for six vendor trucks (e.g., short trucks, step-vans, mail, and parcel delivery trucks). i. If required due to grade, stair and ramp to trucker entrance is part of the building by Target. 9. BOLLARDS: Bollards in Target’s front sidewalk and within 5 feet of the building, including truck dock, transformer, building corners, exit stoops, and stairs are furnished and installed by Target. Verify with the Target Project Architect to indicate bollard types and locations on the Site Construction Documents. Target’s red spherical bollards in the front sidewalk are furnished and installed by Target, and must be exclusive to the Target front sidewalk. 10. SIDEWALK AMENITIES: a. The prototype front sidewalk includes the following amenities furnished and installed by Target: five bicycle stands each holding 2 bikes; benches; illuminated bollards; waste receptacle, ash snuffer; landscaped planters; trees with tree grates; and decorative finishes including color concrete. Plant material and irrigation in the front sidewalk is furnished and installed by Developer. b. Any light poles on the front or side Target sidewalks required by Developer or approving jurisdiction, are furnished and installed by the Developer as part of the sitework improvements. Installation must include concrete bases, conduit, and wiring. The top of the concrete support base must be flush with the sidewalk. The light pole must appear to sit directly on the sidewalk without the support base visible. Submit the pole and fixture design to the Target Design Project Architect and Target Development Manager for review and comment not less than three weeks before the CPR Meeting. c. A minimum 20’ opening is maintained between exterior design elements such as columns, trellises, light poles, etc., on sidewalks at the front and sides of Target to allow adequate cart maneuvering into the exterior cart staging areas. 3.32

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 11. SIGNAGE: See Exhibits B.1.1 – B.4.2. for all standard building and site signage. Any change to the quantity and location of building signs, size of the Target panel on the site sign, or number of tenant panels on the site sign must be approved by the Target Development Manager. Any proposed design changes to Target’s building or site signs must be approved by the Target Design Project Architect before any submittal to local regulatory agencies, planning commissions, review boards, or neighborhood associations. Changes required by an approving jurisdiction to the Target design standards for building or site signs must be approved by the Target Design Project Architect. a. BUILDING SIGNS: 1) Target building signs are internally illuminated and lit from dusk until turned off at store closing. 2) Building signs are powered and controlled by Target and use 120-volt service. b. SITE SIGNS: 1) Target site signs are internally illuminated. Target-only site signs on the Target Tract are powered and controlled by Target, and lit from dusk until turned off at store closing. 2) Target-only site signs off the Target Tract are lit from dusk until turned off at store closing. The signs may or may not be powered and controlled by Target depending on the terms of the real estate agreement. 3) The Target panel on shared site signs on or off the Target Tract is lit from dusk until turned off at store closing, or a later time matching the other sign panels. Shared site signs may or may not be powered and controlled by Target, depending on the terms of the real estate agreement. 4) Target will allow a maximum of six other tenant panels on a shared sign. Verify panel arrangement with the Target Design Project Architect. Developer must grant Target the right to place “Target Now Open” signs on one or more unused Developer panels until such time as the panels are needed by other tenants. 5) Install independent 480-volt service between Target on-site signs and nearest light pole on the Target Tract. c. BULLSEYE BASICS: The Bullseye Design is synonymous with Target’s identity and creates an immediate connection to Target stores. It is critical that the Bullseye Design be used in the precise manner in which it is registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. There are three basic rules: 1) Dimensions: The Bullseye Design is a precise, fixed image consisting of two rings of equal width with a center circle that is twice the width of the outer ring (see Exhibit B.4.1). 2) Color: The outer ring and center of the Bullseye Design must be Target Red (Pantone 186) for building identification and “Cardinal Red” #3630-53 for pylon identification. 3) No inner ring: The inner ring is not really a ring at all; it is empty space that is always the same color or pattern as the surrounding background. As a specific example, in print ads, the inner ring is white only if the surrounding background is white. Remember: No Distortion: The Bullseye Design may not be distorted or modified in any way. Cropping, overprinting, superimposing, or printing behind may be acceptable, but only if at least half of the outer ring and the center of each Bullseye Design are visible. No Evocative Images. It is not acceptable to use any image that suggests a Bullseye Design (even if it is not a bullseye) that does not comply with these rules. d. SIGN REVIEW: 1) Target reviews all signs for suitability and consistency of corporate identity. All signage that includes the Target name or logo must be sent to the Target Design Project Architect for approval before submittal to the local municipality. Before the CPR Meeting the Target Development Manager will assign the project to one of Target’s Sign Consultants who will coordinate the project, and manufacture and install any Target furnished signs and/or panels. 2) Target’s Sign Consultants are authorized to receive and coordinate information regarding signage at Target projects. As Target’s Sign Consultant, they are authorized to work with the Developer, and the local regulatory departments regarding sign issues. 3.33
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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 3) Questions about Target signs may be directed to the Target Design Project Architect and one of the Target Sign Consultants listed below. West and Southeast
Boyd Hippenstiel Federal Heath 12704 Dupont Circle Tampa, FL 33626 800-284-3284 x107 fax 813-854-3037 bhippenstiel@federalheath.com

Midwest and Northeast
George Braker Philadelphia Sign Company 707 West Spring Garden Street Palmyra, NJ 08065 856-829-1460 x155 fax 856-829-8549 gbraker@philadelphiasign.com

e. TRAFFIC SIGNS: 1) Verify local requirements and codes. 2) Traffic control signs on the Target Tract must conform to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) unless noted otherwise in Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, Site Construction Documents, or Site Development Agreement. 3) Install front sidewalk "No Parking" designation and/or painted curb only when required by local codes. 4) Install traffic control signs per Exhibit B.5.1. Target provides the Branded stop sign support for installation by Developer in the landscaped island at the store entry crosswalk stop sign location on the Target Tract. Target provides and installs the Branded stop sign support on the Target front sidewalk at the store entry crosswalk stop sign location (see RE3 Site Details drawing). 5) “Accessible Parking” sign per Exhibit B.5.1 must be located clear of the 18-foot length of each accessible parking stall and installed in compliance with requirements of the 2010 ADA Standards, and state and local accessibility requirements. If there is a conflict between a federal requirement and a state or local requirement, the signs must comply with the more stringent requirement. 6) Install special purpose information signs as per state, county, and local codes, ordinances, statutes, and regulations. Identify and locate such signs on the Site Construction Documents. f. TEMPORARY SIGNS: 1) Temporary leasing signs for the shopping center are allowed to include announcements that Target is opening a new store in the retail center or development. The Target corporate logo and name may be used when seeking other retailers to join Target at the particular retail center, or development. The opening date of Target is not permitted on any temporary leasing signs. 2) If Target opens its store, and the shopping center is substantially incomplete, the Developer must install temporary signs indicating the Target store is open, and signs directing construction truck traffic to only use designated entrances and exits to and from the shopping center. Design and location of the temporary signs must be approved by the Target Project Manager. Developer must obtain all jurisdictional approvals and permits for the temporary signs. Before removing the temporary signs, Developer must obtain approval from the Target Project Manager. 12. SITE ENTITLEMENTS AND PERMITTING: Developer or Consultant must include in the CPR Book a comprehensive list of: a. All authorities having jurisdiction over the project for land use and zoning approval, site plan approval, architectural review, variances, and site and building signs. Include a schedule of dates for all past and future neighborhood meetings, planning and technical staff meetings, planning board workshops, public hearings, adoption of resolutions, and ordinances, and expiration of appeal periods. A final entitlement date must be established before scheduling a CPR Meeting. 1) Copies of all jurisdictional preliminary and final approval minutes, resolutions, and ordinances must be provided to the Target Development Manager. If available before the CPR Meeting, include the documentation in the CPR Book. 2) If the proposed Target and parking lot light poles are within a 5 mile radius of any airport, confirm whether notice filings with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are required per the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14, Part 77.13. Determine if notice is required by using the Notice Criteria Tool available on the FAA web site: oeaaa.faa.gov. If applicable, provide Aeronautical Study Numbers (ASN) for the highest points on the Target building and the parking lot light poles 3.34

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 closest to the airport. Timing to receive an ASN determination from the FAA is a minimum of 30 days. b. All permits required for on-site and off-site improvements. Permits include, but are not limited to, erosion control, tree clearing, land disturbance, grading, site construction, utility installation, road and signal improvements, wetlands and natural resources mitigation, stormwater management facilities, building construction, and sign installation. List the agency issuing the permit, the fee required, the time needed to obtain the permit, and any appeal period. Identify on-site and off-site improvements that must be completed before Target obtaining its certificate of occupancy. c. All above and below ground utilities to be relocated and easements required to be dedicated or vacated for on-site and off-site improvements. The cost to perform and schedule to complete each relocation, dedication, and vacation must be included. Utilities include, but are not limited to, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, water, natural gas, electric, telephone, cable, fiber optics, storage tanks, transmission lines and pipes, poles and equipment, and stormwater management facilities. List the name and contact information of the utility and easement owner or recipient. If available, provide a copy of the agreement with the utility committing to the installation schedule.

d. An assessment of potential sustainable site design strategies if the project will be registered and designed anticipating LEED compliance, or certification. The assessment must identify all applicable LEED points from the Sustainable Site and Water Efficiency categories as defined by the United States Green Building Council. Describe the site engineering required and estimated cost impacts at a conceptual level of development. Current details of LEED are found at the following web site: usgbc.org/leed/leed_main.asp . 13. PARKING REQUIREMENTS: a. The number of accessible parking spaces must comply with 2010 ADA Standards and with state and local accessibility requirements. Accessible parking spaces must be located closest to the main entry door(s) and comply with the requirements of the 2010 ADA Standards and with state and local accessibility requirements. See the RE2 Site Branding and RE3 Site Details drawings, and Exhibit B.6.2 for accessible parking layouts. If there is a conflict between a federal requirement and a state or local requirement, parking must comply with the more stringent requirement. Direct questions of interpretation to: The Code Compliance Team Target Corporation th 50 South 10 Street, Suite 400, TP3-1012 Minneapolis, MN 55403-2054 612-761-8203; fax 612-761-3323 Accessibility.PD@target.com or CodeCompliance@target.com b. The following Target minimum requirements must apply to each tract within the entire shopping center development: 1) Retail = 4.0 spaces / 1,000 SF of building area. 2) Restaurant less than 5,000 SF = 10.0 spaces / 1,000 SF of building area. 3) Restaurant of 5,000 SF but less than 7,000 SF = 15.0 spaces / 1,000 SF of building area. 4) Restaurant of 7,000 SF or more = 20.0 spaces / 1,000 SF of building area. 5) Uses with drive-up window service must provide stacking for 5 cars per window or lane. Notify the Target Development Manager if local requirements exceed the parking ratios listed above. Contact the Target Development Manager to determine if the 4 / 1,000 parking ratio requires adjustment for the anticipated level of business of Target, or for site specific design issues on the Target Tract. 1) Parking bay spacing is 63 feet center-to-center and perpendicular to the storefront; 2) Parking stall size is 9 feet wide x 18 feet long; 3) Spaces are 90-degree orientation; and 4) Two-way drive along the storefront is 30 feet wide curb-to-curb. e. Maximize parking within a radial 400-foot walking distance in front of store entrance. The Target Development Manager must approve parking spaces behind, and at the sides of Target. 3.35

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d. PARKING LAYOUT (see Exhibit A.3.1):

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 14. COMPACT CAR STRATEGY: a. Utilize only when necessary to meet government parking requirements. Maximum 20% compact spaces. Minimum parking stall size is 8 feet x 16 feet. Verify with Target Development Manager and local code. b. Locate compact cars at perimeter head-in parking spaces accessed by full width two-way drives. c. Allow for 2-foot bumper overhang to accommodate full size autos. d. Signage must be "Compact Car" or similar notice painted on parking surface at each stall opening, or as required by local code. 15. ACCESSIBLE ROUTE: An accessible route must be provided from any public transportation stop and/or public sidewalk located on or adjacent to the Target site to the Target store entrance. There must also be an accessible route connecting the accessible parking spaces and any passenger loading zones to the Target store entrance. All accessible routes must comply with the requirements of the 2010 ADA Standards, and with state and local accessibility requirements. Verify any detectable warning regulations with local jurisdiction. If there is a conflict between a federal requirement and a state or local requirement, the accessible route must comply with the more stringent requirement. Direct questions of interpretation on accessibility requirements to the Target Code Compliance Team. 16. SITE PAVING: a. Target uses asphalt paving that is applied in two lifts; a wearing course and base course over an aggregate base. Site specific conditions may require a sub-base and stabilization. Use of concrete paving for the parking area requires additional site coordination, and approval by the Target Development Manager. b. Heavy-duty asphalt paving is required at the drive aisle across the store front, and for areas where truck traffic is anticipated. Heavy duty concrete is required beyond the loading dock apron if immediate turns or excessive truck maneuvering is necessary. Light-duty asphalt paving is used in all other areas. c. Paving limits are the rolled curb at the building front sidewalk, the wall or curbs at the building sides, and at the building wall on the rear. The front sidewalk, rolled curb, rear and side exit stoops and their site specific ramps or stairs, concrete pad splash blocks, receiving dock slab, and rear service door ramp are installed by Target. Sidewalks leading from stoops, ramps, or stairs are installed by Developer. Pavement must be flush with stoops at side and rear exits when feasible.

d. If parking is present at the sides of the building, Developer must install a continuous concrete curb and gutter with concrete in-fill between the curb and building. Minimum width from curb face to wall must be 2’- 6”. If the drive aisle is adjacent to the building, the paving must extend to the face of the building wall. At buildings with deep foundation systems, verify detail of paving interface at building wall with the Target Development Manager. e. Paving subgrade and section design must conform to recommendations in the geotechnical investigation report. Include paving design in preliminary plans at the CPR Meeting to confirm design. Install subgrade and paving as per the Target approved Site Construction Documents, and final geotechnical investigation report. f. Developer provides and installs a heavy duty concrete crosswalk flush with the surface of the front sidewalk at the store entry. Light duty concrete paving extends from the crosswalk as a walkway between the fronts of the adjacent accessible parking spaces, and is flush with the abutting asphalt paving (see Exhibit A.3.1 and RE2 Site Branding Plan). 1) Transition the asphalt paving along the rolled curb beyond the crosswalk; 2) The concrete is natural color without dyes or tints; 3) The crosswalk has a broom finish surface in the direction of vehicular traffic; and 4) Control joints must be hand tooled or special saw cut with rounded top edges only. The required joint pattern and joint depths are as noted on the RE3 Site Details drawing. Joints are not caulked. g. If the Target project is within an existing shopping center, and the existing paving is suitable for reuse the existing paving may require an overlay or seal-coat. Verify with the Target Development Manager. An overlay must consist of milling and a 1” minimum thickness of asphalt. A seal coat must include the following: 3.36

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 1) Fill all pavement cracks with hot applied, elastomeric type crack sealant; 2) Depending on pavement condition, apply acrylic based primer and water based acrylic oil spot primer, each compatible with the pavement coating; 3) Use only washed dry silica sand free of dust, trash, clay, organic materials, or other contaminants. Sand gradation must have an American Foundry Society grain fineness number between 50 and 70 when tested in accordance with ASTM C136; 4) Mixing water must be potable and free from soluble salts; and 5) Repair and replace pavement deficiencies, and remove or grind off existing pavement markings before seal-coat application. Apply uniform coating not less than 0.2 gallons per square yard in two applications in perpendicular directions. Coated areas must be dry before subsequent coatings. 17. CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER AND SIDEWALKS: a. All edges of pavement must be concrete integral curb and gutter. Curbs are not painted unless required by the local jurisdiction. If painted curbs are required, contact the Target Design Project Manager for slip resistant paint specifications. b. Sidewalk curb ramps must be installed as required by the 2010 ADA Standards state and local accessibility requirements. If there is a conflict between a federal requirement and a state or local requirement, the curb ramps must comply with the more stringent requirement. Refer questions of interpretation to the Target Code Compliance Team. c. If parking spaces are present at the sides of the Target building, Developer must provide a minimum 2’ - 6” wide sidewalk with 6-inch high curb and gutter the length of the parking. Accessible parking spaces at the sides of the Target building must have a flush curb with a 4-foot wide accessible pedestrian path at the head of the stalls for accessible route to the store entry area. See the RE2 Site Branding and RE3 Site Details drawings.

d. Wheel stops are not permitted on the Target Tract, except as required by local code. Provide written verification from the authority having jurisdiction when wheel stops are required by local code. e. Target provides and installs its building front sidewalk, 4-inch high rolled curb, and stoop at each exit door. The limit of Target’s construction of the front sidewalk and rolled curb is to a line extended from the side walls of the Target building. Include rolled curb detail on site plan submittal to the approving jurisdiction (see RE3 Site Details). Developer installation of Target’s front curb is by exception only. f. All other sidewalks and curbs are installed by Developer. Relocation of existing sidewalks, bus shelters, and accessible ramps is the responsibility of the Developer.

g. Valley gutters, ribbon gutters, and V-gutters are not acceptable on the Target Tract. h. Install curb underdrain below front sidewalk curb if required by the geotechnical investigation report, and include detail on the Site Construction Documents (see RE3 Site Details drawing). Connect underdrain to site storm sewer system. 18. FRONT SIDEWALK AND CROSSWALK / ACCESSIBLE PARKING AREA: The front sidewalk and 4-inch high rolled curb are part of the Target building installed by Target. The heavy duty concrete crosswalk, concrete walk between the fronts of accessible spaces, and branded accessible parking area are part of the sitework installed by the Developer. The accessible spaces and adjacent aisles are asphalt. The Civil Engineer must contact the Target Design Project Manager to obtain the A151 Sidewalk Plan of the Target building documents for final coordination of the paving and front sidewalk grades. a. Sheet drain front sidewalk away from the building. Maximum 2%, minimum 1% slopes. b. Front sidewalk has 2% maximum slope parallel to front wall. Accessible landings required at curb ramps and exit doors, if any. c. Verify rolled curb transition locations at corners of building with the Target Development Manager. d. Placement and use of detectable warning surfaces must be verified by Civil Engineer with state and local regulations. Provide written verification from the authority having jurisdiction when detectable warning surfaces are required by local code. Coordinate with the Target Project Architect as needed in areas that adjoin the store sidewalk. 19. PAVEMENT MARKINGS: a. Verify local requirements and codes. 3.37

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 b. Pavement markings on the Target Tract must conform to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) unless noted otherwise in Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, Site Construction Documents, or Site Development Agreement. c. Pavement striping and graphics for accessibility must comply with requirements of the 2010 ADA Standards, and state and local accessibility requirements (see RE3 Site Details drawing for striping and graphics). If there is a conflict between a federal requirement and a state or local requirement, striping must comply with the more stringent requirement. Direct questions of interpretation on accessibility requirements to the Target Code Compliance Team.

d. International Symbol of Accessibility (ISA) required for each accessible space per 2010 ADA Standards and state and local codes. Omit ISA when local codes specify. e. Parking space stripes, end islands, accessible spaces, and pedestrian striping must be single 4-inch wide white stripe, unless a specific width or color is required by local code. 1) Apply two coats of VOC compliant, local DOT approved, undiluted, solvent based, or latex traffic paint. Use manufacturer’s recommended application rate, without addition of a thinner, with a maximum of 100 square feet per gallon, or as required providing minimum 15 mils wet film thickness, and 7½ mils dry film thickness per coat with minimum of 30 days between applications. 2) Second coat of paint must not be applied earlier than 7 days before the Turnover date of the Target store. Paint must be crisp, straight, and applied uniformly across the width of the line for a total dry film thickness of 15 mils. f. Directional arrows and lettering are solid white, when required. g. 4-inch wide white diagonal striping installed at emergency exit door locations where pavement abuts building, if there is no intervening sidewalk. h. Yellow paint striping and graphics must be used in areas with seasonal snowfall or concrete parking surface. Verify with Target Development Manager. 20. CART CORRALS: a. Target provides and installs 16 cart corrals in the main parking area in front of the store. Corrals are installed in pairs, and occupy two head-to-head parking spaces. The cart corrals are not anchored to the pavement. Verify corral locations with the Target Development Manager. b. Parking spaces used for cart corrals are included in the required parking count unless the municipality requires supplemental spaces. Indicate cart corrals on the site plan for municipal site plan approval. c. Provide a clear opening 5 feet wide flush with the paving between parking spaces to allow carts to pass from one drive aisle to another, if the approving jurisdiction requires continuous landscaped islands or curbed walkways through the Target parking field. Verify location and quantity of openings with the Target Development Manager.

d. Shopping carts are stored on the Target front sidewalk at the center of the building and at one corner of the store front. 21. CART CONTAINMENT SYSTEM: a. Target may choose to install a shopping cart containment system at any of its stores. The system is an invisible, in-ground barrier that prevents shopping carts from leaving a designated area. The barrier can be the store entrance(s), parking lot perimeter, parking structure interior and perimeter, mall entrance, or pedestrian bridge. b. The traditional system combines an antenna cable embedded in the perimeter boundary (pavement, sidewalks, flooring, or landscaped areas), a self-locking shopping cart wheel, and a central transmitter that is typically located inside the Target store. A wireless solution is available for areas that are impractical for traditional installation, or if no other alternatives are feasible. c. The Target Development Manager will determine if a system is needed and, if required, inform the Developer or Civil Engineer how to show the system on the Site Construction Documents. An access easement will be required if any portion of the perimeter boundary is outside the Target Tract.

d. Target will be responsible for providing and installing the system. The Target Owner’s Site Representative will coordinate the installation with the Developer’s site work schedule. An installation generally takes a few days to complete. e. Target Guests are made aware of the cart containment system through a signage program.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 f. Target currently uses the Gatekeeper System cart containment system. Information about the Gatekeeper System is available at the following web site: gatekeepersystems.com.

22. OUTLOTS: a. Locate outlots and their permissible building area to maximize site line views to Target building signs. b. All outlots must meet minimum Target parking criteria (see Section 3.E.13). c. Extend utility stubs to outlot(s). Provide erosion control protection as necessary. d. Undeveloped outlots must be fine graded as described in Section 23. Install seeding or hydro seeding of natural or cultured grasses indigenous to the local area, or other materials approved by Target Development Manager as necessary for appearance and erosion control. Coordinate seasonal installation timing for maximum growth and appearance before the Target store opening. e. If an outlot is not developed, install temporary asphalt curbs at perimeter of the outlot to prevent drainage onto asphalt. f. Landscape and/or fence screening is required around an undeveloped outlot in close proximity to Target. Verify screening method with the Target Development Manager.

23. LANDSCAPE: Include all the text of this Landscape section on the Landscape Plan in the Site Construction Documents. The Word version of the text is available from the Target Development Manager or on line in Buzzsaw in the PD Reference Materials folder. Target has produced comprehensive landscape design guidelines for application to all Target stores nationwide. The guidelines major goal is to facilitate a collaborative effort that will bring together Consultants and the Target Project Team to address all factors relating to landscape on a Target site. Developer or Consultant must use the current edition of Target Site Design Guidelines in conjunction with Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 on all Target projects. Contact the Target Development Manager to obtain a copy of the current edition of Target Site Design Guidelines. Target requires all new stores to install not less than 75% native landscaping on all green space, except where prohibited by local jurisdiction or the Developer. Native landscaping is defined and outlined in the current edition of the Target Site Design Guidelines. The total percentage of native landscaping must be included in the landscaping plan at the CPR Meeting. Assume plant maturity for the calculation of native landscaping. Plant material selection, soil specifications, and site preparation must consider sustainability and maintainability. Target will review and evaluate all site development grading, landscape, and irrigation installations on the Target Tract for compliance with the requirements contained in Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, the current edition of Target Site Design Guidelines, and the Target approved Site Construction Documents before acceptance by Target. Non-compliant items must be corrected before final acceptance by the Target Owner’s Site Representative. a. TOPSOIL AND FINE GRADING REQUIREMENTS: 1) Grading contractor must stockpile existing topsoil clean and debris free suitable for reuse. 2) Contractor must submit representative samples of the reserved topsoil, and soil in which the landscaping is to be installed, to a certified soil and plant laboratory for analysis. a) Take a minimum of two samples each from landscape areas adjacent to all four sides of the Target building; b) Take three samples from representative areas within the parking area where landscape islands are to be installed; and c) Take two samples each from the landscape areas adjacent to all sides of the Target parking area. The soil and plant laboratory report must provide recommendations for fertilizer and soil amendments that may be required to ensure healthy growth of turf and plant materials to be installed in the respective areas from which the soil samples were taken. Provide two copies of the report to the Target Owner’s Site Representative to distribute one copy to the Target Property Manager. 3) Grading contractor must spread minimum 6-inch topsoil layer to finish site grade, and 12-inch topsoil layer in sidewalk planters. Topsoil must: a) Meet requirements of ASTM D5268; b) Contain no more than 5% deleterious material by weight; 3.39

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 c) Contain not less than 80% material by weight that will pass a #10 sieve; and d) Be free of clods, rocks, or debris greater than 1-inch diameter. 4) Landscape contractor must perform fine grading and soil amendments to the topsoil and/or Target approved import soil for all lawn and landscape areas as recommended by the soil analysis. Fine grading must: a) Be within one-tenth of a foot of grades shown on the Site Construction Documents Grading Plan; b) Transition smoothly between differing gradients. 5) If suitable topsoil is not available on site, a local landscape Consultant knowledgeable about soil conditions and plant requirements must advise the Target Owner’s Site Representative of options based on the recommendations from the certified soil and plant lab analysis. 6) Grades behind curbs for areas to receive mulch must be held 3 inches below top of curb and 2 inches below top of curb for sod. In well-draining soils island, and planter grades must be slightly concave sloping downward at not less than 5% and no greater than 20% from perimeter toward the middle. In poorly draining soils, island and planter grades must be slightly mounded sloping downward at not less than 5%, and no greater than 20%, from middle toward the perimeter. b. PLANTING PITS: 1) Width of all planting pits must be two times the diameter of the root ball, or container of the plant being installed. Depth of all planting pits must be from the bottom of the root ball to the root flare, or container of the plant being installed, and must maintain a firm setting bed in the bottom of the planting pit to avoid settling; 2) Soil used in planting pits must be free of all construction materials, concrete, and rocks in excess of 1 inch diameter, and consist of 50% of the soil removed and 50% suitable amended soil or topsoil; 3) Place soil firmly in the planting pit around the root ball creating a shallow saucer of approximately 2 inches deep to hold water around the plant; 4) Install each plant with the crown of the root ball set at the same grade at which it was grown. Top of finish grade must be at trunk flare. 5) Water plants thoroughly upon installation. establish initial grade and saucer. c. LAWN AREAS: 1) Install sod in all grass areas of the Shopping Center and Target Tract highly visible to the public including areas beyond property lines in right-of-ways to adjacent curbs and pavements. See current edition of Target Site Design Guidelines for “Low Mow” and “No Mow” turf varieties by climatic region. Sod must be placed in accordance with generally accepted installation practices including, but not limited to: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Place sod over minimum 6-inch topsoil layer; Lay sod parallel to finished contours; Stagger sod end seams so adjacent seams are not aligned; Tightly abut all seams together; Anchor sod with stakes or staples on slopes 3:1 or greater; Roll all sod areas after installation; and Commence watering installed sod until irrigation is operational. Backfill any settling of soil around root ball to re-

2) Seeding and hydro seeding of natural or cultured grasses indigenous to the local area may be used in remote areas of the Shopping Center and Target Tract not normally visible to the public. 3) Coordinate seasonal installation timing for maximum growth and appearance before store opening. Activate irrigation system upon completion of lawn areas. d. PLANT MATERIALS: The landscape design must use native and adaptive variety species, require little to no irrigation, and require little to no fertilizer. Additional requirements by region include factors such as salt or drought tolerance. Bioswales, rainwater gardens, etc must be designed to require no irrigation after initial establishment period in climates where irrigation can be eliminated. See the current edition of Target Site Design Guidelines that specifies native plant options by state and planting zone for the entire U.S. 3.40

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 1) The Target site is designed to meet or exceed minimum requirements of local landscape codes. 2) Design, provide, and install landscaping, including Target front sidewalk landscaping, as part of the sitework improvements. Plant material must comply with the latest edition of the American Standard for Nursery Stock, ANSI Z60.1. a) SITE LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS: (i) Field collected plants must not be used. (ii) Thorn or fruit bearing trees or shrubs must not be used immediately adjacent to pedestrian areas including parking lot islands. (iii) Double stake trees as necessary to ensure an initial plumb position. Wrap guy wires to protect tree from being cut, bruised or damaged by wires. Wood staking must not contain chromated copper arsenate (CCA). (iv) Wrap tree trunks in areas with seasonal snowfall. (v) The plant schedule in the Site Construction Documents must include the mature height of all plant material. b) PERIMETER LANDSCAPING: (i) Install shade trees to define site and adhere to local screening and landscape requirements. (ii) Ensure that sight lines to Target building signs and Target pylon sign are not hindered by landscape materials at mature growth. Maintain visibility of building and site signs from all street and drive intersections. (iii) If screening is necessary use coniferous trees and shrubs along with shade trees. (iv) 2½-inch caliper trees must be used unless local code is greater. c) PARKING LOT ISLAND LANDSCAPING: (i) Allow a 2-foot clearance without landscaping at the edge of all islands for door swing. (ii) All islands adjacent to two-way drive aisle across storefront must have shrubs planted no greater than 4 feet on-center. Shrubs minimum size must be equal to two gallon container grown plant and a mature height of 24 - 30 inches. 2½-inch diameter minimum caliper deciduous shade trees must be centered in islands. (iii) Islands located directly across from entrance, or in-between entrances, must use 2½-inch minimum caliper, ornamental trees in place of shade trees. (iv) 2½-inch caliper ornamental trees must be planted with mature height not to exceed 20 feet. (v) Mulch must be clean, non-dyed, toxic free, shredded hardwood or cypress, and free of disease and weed materials. Install to a uniform minimum 3-inch depth covering the root ball areas of all trees and shrubs, and all parking lot island and planter bed areas where trees, shrubs, or plant ground cover have not been installed. Ground cover may be used on parking area islands not subject to damage by pedestrian traffic. Pine straw, crushed rock, and pea gravel or similar materials are not acceptable as ground cover. Rock 4 to 6 inches in size is acceptable as ground cover. Fabric weed barrier material must be used to prevent weeds from surfacing through the rock ground cover. Avoid placing mulch over utility boxes, sewer clean-outs, in-ground lights, etc. (vi) Use sod only if required by the approving jurisdiction. d) FRONT SIDEWALK LANDSCAPING (Sidewalk by Target, plant material by Developer): (i) Target has prepared prototype Front Sidewalk Planting Plans by Hardiness Zone that illustrate the brand landscape design for the front sidewalk and shopping cart storage. The site specific sidewalk planting plan is available in PDF format from the Target Development Manager. (ii) Target furnishes and installs flush tree grates and raised planters with a 4-inch high curb (see RE3 Site Details drawing). Openings in tree grates must be no wider than ½”, and installed perpendicular to the direction of travel. (iii) Developer or Consultant Landscape Architect provides requirements for planting soil, landscaping and site specific design for Target sidewalk planters such as, but not limited to, drainage, gravel bed, open or enclosed planter bottom, filter fabric, and waterproofing. (iv) Draintile, if required below tree grates and raised planters, must be furnished and installed by Developer, and connected to the storm sewer system. Planters with below grade 3.41

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 enclosed sides and bottom are required to have draintile furnished and installed by Developer and connected to the storm sewer system. (v) Where required by local code, screen shopping carts with an upright evergreen hedge installed at 3 feet maximum on-center and 42-inch height at time of installation. (vi) When planter is 5 feet wide or greater, deciduous shrubs or similar must be planted in front of the evergreen hedge at 3 feet maximum on-center with a mature height not to exceed 24 inches. (vii) Ornamental trees with 2½-inch minimum caliper must be planted in all planting beds. Trees must not interfere with visibility of building signage or entrance canopy. Mature tree height must not exceed 18 feet. (viii) Planting beds mulch must be clean, non-dyed, toxic free, shredded hardwood or cypress mulch, and free of disease and weed materials. Install to a uniform minimum 3-inch depth covering the root ball areas of all trees and shrubs. Pine straw, crushed rock, and pea gravel or similar materials are not acceptable as ground cover. Rock 4 to 6 inches in size is acceptable as ground cover. Consultant must advise the Target Development Manager of material and/or plant options. Fabric weed barrier material must be used to prevent weeds from surfacing through the rock ground cover. Avoid placing mulch over utility boxes, sewer clean-outs, in-ground lights, etc. e) STORMWATER MANAGEMENT LANDSCAPING: (i) Soils used for rain gardens, bioinfiltration, bioswales, etc. may be placed, but must not be compacted during the site construction process. Developer or Consultant must test existing or amended soils to demonstrate that the soils will meet or exceed anticipated infiltration rates and facilitate vegetation establishment before installation of stormwater landscaping. Test results must be provided to the Target Stormwater Manager 30 days before anticipated termination of the construction stormwater permit. (ii) Developer or Consultant must submit to the Target Stormwater Manager any permit application, agreement, drawings, and any other document related to the rain gardens, bioinfiltration, bioswales, etc. pursuant to the requirements described below in Section F. Grading and Drainage. (iii) Developer or Consultant must develop a Maintenance and Repair Plan (M & R Plan), also known as Operations and Maintenance Plan, for rain gardens, bioinfiltration, bioswales, or similar stormwater management structures. The M & R Plan must be submitted to and approved by the Target Stormwater Manager before submission to any agency. The M & R Plan must cover the first three years of operations, and be specific to the soil, vegetation, climate, and anticipated operating conditions. The Plan must include at least the following: a) Anticipated normal and abnormal operating conditions; b) Guidelines for vegetation establishment including dates for anticipated progressive establishment; c) Anticipated maintenance tasks and frequency; d) Checklists for inspection and maintenance; and e) A draft M & R Plan must be submitted for review to the Target Stormwater Manager three weeks before the CPR Meeting. f) The final M & R Plan must be submitted electronically in Microsoft Word to the Target Stormwater Manager at least 60 days before the Target store opening date. (iv) Requirements (i) through (iii) do not apply to concrete or grassy swales intended to be regularly mowed although their presence must be indicated in the Stormwater Management System Profile, Exhibit S Diagram, and in the Site Construction Documents. f) PEST CONTROL DESIGN: The landscape design must minimize or eliminate potential harborage and transit routes by rodents to the Target building roof. Depending on geographic location of the site do not use plant material such as palm trees, arbors, climbing plants, or ivy next to the Target building or any building(s) connected to Target. Trees and shrubs planted adjacent to the building must have a canopy clearance not less than 3 feet from the building wall. 24. IRRIGATION: Include all the text of this Irrigation section on the Irrigation Plan in the Site Construction Documents. The Word version of the text is available from the Target Development Manager or on line in Buzzsaw in the PD Reference Materials folder. 3.42

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 Target requires minimal irrigation to maintain brand standards of all its site landscaping including islands within the parking areas, planters in the sidewalk at the building front, turf areas, and, where allowed, adjacent rights-of-way. Provide and install irrigation system on the Target Tract, including the front sidewalk, as a standalone, separately piped, metered, and controlled system. The controller must be located inside the Target building. Target will locate a controller cabinet on the building exterior for access by Developer, if required. Target will consider use of a well on the Target Tract to provide irrigation water. If a well is feasible for the project, provide the Target Development Manager with information on permitting and costs before the CPR Meeting. a. IRRIGATION SYSTEM: 1) Install 2-inch irrigation line and sleeve to within 5 feet of the building wall at the location designated on the Target approved Site Construction Documents (except where exterior vault and irrigation deduct meter are permissible by local code). Provide irrigation line to each planter in the Target front sidewalk. Sleeves for irrigation lines in Target sidewalk planters are furnished and installed by Target. All irrigation lines and wires beneath paving must be placed in Schedule 40 PVC sleeves. Irrigation line sleeves must be twice the pipe diameter. Wires must be placed in separate ¾” sleeves to within 5 feet of the building wall. 2) Confirm at the CPR Meeting that the Target irrigation system will not require a booster pump. If required, the booster pump is provided by Target. Verify pump size and electrical load requirements. 3) Provide drip irrigation in all sidewalk planters, parking field islands, and other non-turf locations as a means to mitigate water and energy usage for environmental purposes. Use drip irrigation in turf areas adjacent to the sides and/or rear of the building if recommended by the geotechnical report due to sinkhole potential. The drip irrigation system must be: a) self-flushing; b) pressure compensating; c) root deterrent; d) equipped with appropriate filtration device; and e) stapled down to prevent movement according to the manufacture’s recommendations. Developers may only use the following approved manufacturers:

• Toro DL2000

• Rain Bird XF-SDI

• Netafim-unitechline AS16mm

4) Sprinkler system for turf areas must be high efficiency type with heads appropriate for the area being irrigated. Head layout must provide complete head-to-head double coverage, be adjusted to not spray on buildings, minimize over-spray, and use pop-up heads in locations prone to pedestrian traffic. 5) Irrigation valves and valve boxes must be located in landscape beds or groundcover areas whenever possible. All remote valve boxes must be set flush with finished grade and contain one cubic foot of clean gravel beneath valve. Label remote boxes with one-inch alpha numeric notation corresponding to the applicable alpha controller and numeric station. 6) Provide separate meter for irrigation where allowed by utility. Locate meter on the Target Tract as close to the Target building as possible. Contact the Target Design Project Manager if site irrigation service is required to be a separate service into the building. 7) The irrigation system must use controller manufacturer recommended wire for activation of all valves and sensors. Size wires appropriately for length of run. Minimum wire size must be #18 gauge. Connections below grade and in valve boxes must be waterproof. The irrigation cable may be direct burial. 8) Polyvinylchloride mainline pipes (1¼-inch and larger) must have a minimum 160 PSI working pressure meeting ASTM D2241 and D2672. Material must conform to ASTM D1784. Fittings are Schedule 40 PVC. Snap-on saddle tees are not acceptable. 9) Polyethylene lateral pipes (1 inch and smaller) must have a minimum 100 PSI working pressure meeting NSF standard #14. Material must conform to ASTM D2239 and D1248. Fittings must be PVC or nylon insert and/or brass saddle tees. All clamps must be stainless steel worm gear type. 10) Sprinkler heads, electric valves, and automatic controller must be from the same approved manufacturer. Developers may only use the following approved manufacturers: • Hunter • Rain Bird • Toro 11) In locations subject to frost, provide first year seasonal winterization and first spring startup. 3.43

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 12) Provide to the Target Owner’s Site Representative (OSR) a complete set of shop drawings of the Target system for review, comment, and approval before installation. Provide a complete set of “As-Built” plans of the installed system on the Target Tract to the Target OSR. b. CONTROLLER: 1) Controller must be WeatherTRAK® ET Pro Smart Water Manager Central sized according to the number of stations identified on the irrigation plans. No other equal will be accepted. TM a) controller must include 1-year of WeatherTRAK® ET Everywhere subscription service as part of the delivered product; b) service must start the day the controller is activated by Customer Service of HydroPoint data systems, inc.,, the maker of WeatherTRAK®; c) service must provide 24/7 access to WeatherTRAK®.central internet based software using a secure login and password. HydroPoint Customer Service will issue the login and password at the direction of Target; d) controller must have 12-48 station count capability with ability to increase or decrease station count in 6-station increments through the use of station keys. e) provide for 4 undedicated stations for future use. Only one valve per station is permitted; f) minimum 2 start times per day and minimum 4 independent programs including one for drip irrigation; g) 365-day calendar with Leap Year intelligence and non-volatile program memory without the need for battery backup; and h) Seven water day modes inclusive of the following; (i) optimized by WeatherTRAK® including one user defined day per week; (ii) odd / even days; (iii) 30-day interval; (iv) day of week by month; and (v) off. 2) Provide dedicated 15-amp breaker for controller, and clearly mark subpanel accordingly. 3) Provide separate earth ground lug based on regional requirements for additional surge and lighting protection and the irrigation specifications. Grounding requirements must meet the American Society of Irrigation Consultants, ASCI, grounding specifications for irrigation control products. 4) Provide 8½” x 11” project specific irrigation zone map for the Target Tract at the controller location, and completed WeatherTRAK® Site Profile Worksheet to reference controller program data. c. STORMWATER / GRAY WATER IRRIGATION: 1) If Target will be designated the responsible party for an irrigation system reusing stormwater or gray water then Developer or Consultant, before submission to any agency, must submit to the Target Stormwater Manager for review and comment a copy of any permit application, agreement, and/or any other applicable document. 2) Provide to the Target Stormwater Manager a complete set of drawings (see Section F. Grading and Drainage) for any water reuse irrigation system used on the Target Tract. 3) Notify the Target Stormwater Manager if any stormwater structure such as a wetland, swale, basin with native vegetation, etc., will have a temporary irrigation system to facilitate establishment of vegetation. 25. SITE RETAINING WALLS: Location(s) and aesthetic design will be reviewed and approved by the Target Development Manager and Target Design Project Architect. Design of site retaining walls must include global stability analysis using Federal Highway Administration criteria. If one or more of the following conditions exist, site retaining walls must be designed and certified by a professional engineer licensed in the state in which the project site is located: a. Maximum wall height is greater than 4 feet; b. Wall supports building or traffic surcharge loads; c. Soil shear strengths less than 26° in the reinforced, retained, or foundation soils; d. Wall consists of multi-tiers; e. High ground water table; f. Sloping backfill; and g. Wall built on a slope. 3.44
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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 Preliminary design and report must be provided to the Target Development Manager for review and comment. Final design and report must be approved by the Target Development Manager. Provide permanent safety barriers at the top of the wall where necessary or required by local code. Fence barriers must be positioned to not degrade the structural integrity of the retaining wall. Safety barriers in highly visible areas must be a decorative fence design approved by the Target Design Project Architect. 26. FENCING: The intent of fencing around ponds, decorative fencing, and screening fencing on the Target Tract is to provide community safety, enhance a design theme, reduce long term maintenance costs, minimize erosion, or provide privacy. Consultant must show fencing and details, when applicable, on the Site Construction Documents. Crushed gravel must be used beneath the full length of all fencing to prevent weeds from surfacing. The gravel area must be centered under the fence, 12 inches wide and 6 inches deep, and flush with the adjacent finished grade without edging or weed barrier. All fence locations and use of gates must be approved by the Target Development Manager. All fence design must have a maximum height of 6 feet, use low maintenance materials, and be approved by the Target Design Project Architect. a. PONDS: 1) Provide fencing around ponds as per applicable code. 2) Fencing is required by Target when the following conditions exist: a) Pond slopes greater than 3:1; b) Secluded location or low visibility of pond by the public; and c) Pond is adjacent to a residential use, school, park, or other uses where children gather. 3) Fence height must not be less than 4 feet above adjacent finished grade. 4) The fence is usually located at the top of the slope around the pond. At ponds surrounded by wetland vegetation, locate the fence no closer than at the top of the wetlands buffer. 5) Detention ponds usually do not require a fence, and retention ponds usually will require a fence, but are each subject to the above criteria and local codes. 6) Aesthetics of the fence design is a function of its location and visibility to the public. 7) Chain link fence with double knuckle top is acceptable at ponds with low visibility to the public. Decorative fencing is appropriate at pond locations that are highly visible to the public. 8) Provide two 48-inch wide lockable gates adjacent to each other for access through the fence. 9) Minimum separation between fence and lot line for maintenance access is 48 inches. 10) Direct questions about pond fencing to the Target Stormwater Manager. b. DECORATIVE: 1) Use decorative fencing only when necessitated by a need to delineate the boundary of the shopping center or tracts within the center, to provide safety near steep slopes and retaining walls, or if required by the approving jurisdiction. 2) Fence design must be a compatible backdrop or border to the architectural theme of the shopping center. Solid fencing is not acceptable. c. SCREENING: 1) Use screening fencing only when necessitated by incompatible adjacent land uses, or if required by the approving jurisdiction. 2) Fence design is usually solid to block views into, or headlights from, the shopping center.

F. GRADING AND DRAINAGE:
1. STORMWATER AND NATURAL RESOURCES AREAS: Design grading and drainage in an economical and technically feasible manner to maximize stormwater retained on site and to maximize stormwater quality exiting the site. The requirements of this section apply to all Target new store and remodel projects. Contact the Target Stormwater Manager for guidance regarding project specific modifications of these requirements. Submittal forms, processes, and example documents are available from the Target Stormwater Manager on line in Buzzsaw PD Reference Materials folder. All submittals to Target must be forwarded with a transmittal letter stating that the documents were prepared in accordance with Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13. The Target Stormwater Manager reviews all reports, Exhibit S Diagrams, applications and permits. Notify the Target Stormwater Manager 3.45

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 by email if documents are posted to Buzzsaw. Documents can be uploaded to Buzzsaw in the Stormwater specific project folder. Direct technical questions to: Stormwater Manager Target Corporation th 50 South 10 Street, Suite 400, TP3-705 Minneapolis, MN 55403-2054 stormwater@target.com a. SITE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: The Target approved Site Construction Documents must include the following statement: [FIRM NAME] (the “Consultant”) confirms to Target that Consultant has prepared these plans in accordance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). [and/or, state and local pollution prevention and erosion control requirements.] b. STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN (SWPPP): Developer or Consultant must provide to the Target Stormwater Manager a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan in compliance with Federal and local requirements, incorporating the sediment and erosion control plan, (collectively referred to as SWPPP) with the Notice of Intent, or, as soon as completed, but not later than 30 days before Developer mobilization or 14 days before the Target real estate closing if the site is currently active, or earlier if regulations require. Consultant must also provide one complete copy of the SWPPP to the Target Owner’s Site Representative and General Contractor. c. NOTICE OF INTENT (NOI) AND RELATED APPLICATIONS: Developer or Consultant must provide the completion schedule for the following to the Target Stormwater Manager for review and comment three weeks before the CPR Meeting: 1) A copy of all approved federal, state, county, and/or local stormwater management permits for the project site; and 2) An NOI executed by the Operator must be submitted for Target’s review and signature as the property owner at the appropriate time. The NOI must be completed and submitted to the regulating agency if requested by Target. This is in addition to those states or local jurisdictions that require the Operator (Developer and Target General Contractor) to submit an NOI. 3) If secondary or co-permittee coverage is required by Target under the development NOI, then completion of the coverage must be coordinated with the Target Stormwater Manager to execute at the appropriate time; or 4) If an NOI is not required for a project, a letter must be provided to the Target Stormwater Manager certifying that the Developer or Target is not required by federal, state, and/or local regulatory agencies to secure such a permit. The letter must include an explanation of the determination. Documentation must be provided to the Target Stormwater Manager for all Target construction projects. 5) Target will not submit an NOI electronically including the internet or e-filing unless mandated by the regulating agency. d. STORMPRO MAX: 1) All construction stormwater documentation (NOI, SWPPP, NOT, approvals, etc.) will be stored in Target’s on-line secure stormwater documentation system called StormPro Max. The Target Stormwater Manager will upload these documents to StormPro Max prior to construction beginning. 2) The Developer or Target General Contractor is required to take training on the use of StormPro Mac within 14 days of mobilization, if they have not used the system on other projects. 3) The Developer or Target General Contractor will input permit required stormwater inspections and corrective actions into StormPro Max instead of keeping paper copies at the site. 4) The Developer or Target General Contractor will be subject to an escalation process, if inspections and corrective actions are not corrected within the permit required timeline, which can ultimately result in a Site Development Agreement default letter if timely resolution is not made by the responsible parties. e. CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (CSAP) CSAP is a third-party assessment program for Target construction projects disturbing more than one acre of land. The program is designed to verify that the Developer, Target General Contractor, and their Stormwater inspectors are fulfilling their contractual obligations, and meeting all the requirements 3.46

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 of the on-site SWPPP. Target expects the Developer and Target General Contractor to participate in the assessments and the CSAP program as follows: 1) During site improvement work the Consultant must schedule not less than 5 on-site assessments with the Target Owner’s Site Representative; 2) Developer and Target General Contractor are required to participate in the on-site assessments barring any unforeseen circumstances; 3) Results of each site assessment must be communicated in a close-out meeting with the project team, including Consultant, Target Owner’s Site Representative, Developer, and Target General Contractor before the Consultant leaves the site; 4) A Site Assessment Report must be sent via StormPro Max to the project team no later than 5 business days after each site visit; 5) The Developer or Target General Contractor accountable for the noted deficiencies is responsible for completing all findings within 7 calendar days of the site assessment close-out meeting. The Developer or Target General Contractor is responsible for communicating the corrective action steps taken and documentation including photos thereof, as applicable, to Target’s Stormwater Consultant via StormPro Max to close out the deficiencies; and 6) The Developer or Target General Contractor will be subject to an escalation process, if deficiencies are not corrected within 7 calendar days, which can ultimately result in a Site Development Agreement default letter if timely resolution is not made by the responsible parties. f. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DESIGN STANDARDS: Developer or Consultant must incorporate into the design of the stormwater management system the following factors within the parameters of the overall project budget and local design standards: 1) Feasibility of using Low Impact Design (LID) stormwater technologies as alternatives to surface ponds including, but not limited to: a) Urban sites, sand soil: pervious surfaces and dry wells; b) Urban sites, clay soil: underground storage piping systems and filtration; c) Suburban sites, sand soil: infiltration basin and bio-basin; d) Suburban sites, clay soil: biofiltration basin and rainwater garden with soil amendments. See Exhibit A.3.2 Sustainable Site Plan for design features that may be used where applicable by geographic location. 2) When a project is certifying for LEED, LID stormwater technologies must be considered for all practical design and site considerations. 3) Initial installation and construction cost, including land cost and incremental costs such as conveyance infrastructure, fencing, landscaping, etc., reasonably anticipated to be required or needed for the structure; 4) Stormwater utility fees that could be reduced by implementing specific stormwater management systems over comparable others; 5) Communicate any stormwater utility fee credits available through regulating jurisdictions to the Target Stormwater Manager three weeks before the CPR Meeting; 6) Anticipated operation and maintenance costs including, but not limited to: a) Disposal costs of solid and liquid wastes, filters, sand media, etc.; b) Frequency of maintenance; c) Replacement costs of components such as filters, catch basin inserts, or other equipment; and d) Potential safety and health issues during maintenance such as confined space entry, physical hazards, etc. 7) Isolate stormwater flow and discharges within the Target Tract whenever possible; 8) Life cycle of the structure and components (e.g., filters, inserts, sand media, etc.); 9) Legislation, rule or ordinance changes, including Total Maximum Daily Load or Impaired Water considerations that may reasonably be anticipated to cause an agency to request revisions to the initially proposed system.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 g. STORMWATER BRAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR TARGET MAINTAINED SITES: 1) Consultant must submit for review and comment by the Target Stormwater Manager before the CPR Meeting, and before the submission to any agency, a copy of any document that commits Target to any operations and maintenance expectations. 2) Consultant must submit for review and comment by the Target Stormwater Manager before the submission to any agency a copy of any permit application, easement, covenant, agreement, or any other document that includes on-going operation and maintenance of the stormwater management system. 3) Consultant must review Conservation Area or Rain Garden sign placement with the Target Stormwater Manager within three weeks of the CPR Meeting if any of the following assets are present on the Target Tract: conservation easements, rain gardens, wetlands, or vegetated swales. 4) Developer must install Conservation Area of Rain Garden signs on the Target Tract where indicated on the Site Construction Documents by the Target Stormwater Manager. Target provides the signs, posts, and mounting hardware. Developer or Consultant is responsible to obtain any approvals or permits required to install the sign. h. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ON-GOING OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE: A general stormwater maintenance and repair plan for on-going operations must be prepared and submitted to the Target Stormwater Manager even if not required by a jurisdiction. Developer or Consultant must verify and communicate to the Target Stormwater Manager three weeks before the CPR Meeting, regardless of Target or Developer responsibility, if any state, county, or local jurisdiction requires for on-going operations and maintenance any of the following for the Target tract: 1) a Developer and/or separate Target permit; 2) a Developer and/or separate Target stormwater management system maintenance agreement, post construction management plan, or similar requirements; and 3) a stormwater utility fee (on-going maintenance fee, not a utility connection fee) 4) Where applicable, Developer will be designated as the responsible party for all operations and maintenance agreements, including the Target Tract, when Developer has been identified as the CAM operator in the OEA. i. TARGET AS RESPONSIBLE PARTY OR A BENEFICIARY: Developer or Consultant must complete all submission, application, drawing, and any other requirements for, but not limited to, the following natural resource activities, operations, and maintenance obligations: 1) Wetlands mitigation (on-site and off-site). All wetland mitigation plans on the Target Tract must be submitted to the Target Stormwater Manager to review and comment before submission and approval of regulating agencies including; 2) Wetlands banking; 3) Conservation Easement Area; and 4) Preservation Area. STORMWATER STRUCTURES AND FEATURES DETAIL SHEETS: Developer or Consultant must provide to the Target Stormwater Manager for review three weeks before the CPR Meeting a draft of the Stormwater Structures and Features Detail Sheets. 1) The Draft Stormwater Structure and Feature Detail Sheets must be included in the Stormwater section of the CPR Book. Obtain Stormwater Structure and Feature Detail Sheets from the Target Stormwater Manager or the Stormwater and Natural Resources Communication Package on Buzzsaw in the PD Reference Materials folder. Stormwater structure and Feature Detail Sheets must align with the BMPs on Exhibit S. 2) The Final Stormwater Structure and Feature Details Sheets incorporating any changes during the post-CPR entitlement process must be submitted to the Target Stormwater Manager no later than 14 days before the Target real estate closing. 3) If changes to the Final Stormwater Structure and Feature Details Sheets occur during construction, then a resubmission is required to the Target Stormwater Manager no later than 60 days before the Target store opening.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 k. STORMWATER AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SYSTEM EXHIBIT S DIAGRAMS AND NARRATIVE: Developer or Consultant must provide a draft of the Stormwater and Natural Resources Management System Exhibit S Diagram and Narrative to the Target Stormwater Manager for review three weeks before the CPR Meeting. The draft Exhibit S Diagram and Narrative must be included in the Stormwater section of the CPR Book (see Exhibits E.1.1 - E.1.3). 1) Exhibit S Diagram must depict the location and unique identification of all: a) Stormwater quality and quantity management structures (e.g., ponds, basins, wetlands, underground detention, swales, filtering systems, infiltration practices, oil/water/grit separators, green roofs, etc.); b) Conveyance system inflow entry points (e.g., catch basins, curb gutters, roof drains, receiving / compactor areas); c) Roof drains directing stormwater into infiltration trenches, drywells, underground detention, or any other quality or quantity stormwater treatment structure. Do not show roof drains directing stormwater to overland flow; d) Anticipated water flow directions within the stormwater utility lines, and over land for the Target Tract and entire development, if Target will be the stormwater operator for a multitenant shopping center; e) Overall discharge outfalls; f) On-site conservation areas and/or stormwater utility easements; g) Target store project name, legend, north arrow, adjacent roadways, and immediate surrounding land uses; and h) Items considered potential stormwater exposures during normal operation of the store include, but are not limited to: (i) exterior grease interceptor; (ii) septic systems and associated cleanouts; (iii) receiving / compactor areas (indicate covered or uncovered); and (iv) emergency generator and fuel source (indicate fuel type and capacity). 2) Exhibit S Diagram must be accompanied by a Narrative description of the stormwater management system depicted on Exhibit S Diagram (management structures and their sizes, types, characteristics, flow directions, outfalls) and the potential exposures. 3) The final Exhibit S Diagram and Narrative must be submitted to the Target Stormwater Manager in AutoCAD and PDF formats no later than 14 days before the Target real estate closing. a) AutoCAD: (i) Single AutoCAD file with referenced drawings bound or inserted, and exploded; (ii) Target approved layers, layer names, line types, and symbology. Guidance documents with the Target approved AutoCAD file information are available on line in Buzzsaw in the PD Reference Materials folder: (iii) Show a minimum of three boundary corners with a world-referenced coordinate system labeled such that a latitude and longitude can be extrapolated. Desired coordinate systems may include WGS 84, UTM, State Plane Coordinate Systems, and County Coordinate Systems, where available. Units of these points must also be noted (e.g., US Survey feet, International Feet, Meters, etc.). b) PDF: Target approved layers and layer names. 4) A revised Exhibit S Diagram and Narrative incorporating and changes during construction must be submitted to the Target Stormwater Manager no later than 60 days before the Target store opening. Use the same two electronic formats described above. 5) When Target is part of a larger development two Exhibit S Diagrams must be submitted to the Target Stormwater Manager. Exhibit S Overview Diagram shows the entire development with major Stormwater structures and Stormwater flow direction. Exhibit S Diagram shows the Target Tract with the more detailed information described above. l. SITE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: Developer or Consultant must provide to the Target Stormwater Manager no later than the final CSAP Assessment or 30 days before the store Turnover date an electronic copy (PDF or TIF) of the stormwater management system plan sheets from the Site Construction Documents, and any associated drawings (Landscape Plan, Mechanical, Structural, details, etc.) used for the design or 3.49

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 construction of the stormwater quality and quantity management system structures. The drawings must be: 1) As-Built plans, if they are required by a state or local jurisdiction; or 2) The state or local jurisdiction approved plans; or 3) The plans that most accurately reflect as-built conditions. Draft plans prepared for the CPR Meeting must not be submitted unless they meet one of the above criteria. 2. GRADING: a. IMPORT SOIL: If grading on the Target Tract requires import of off-site fill, the fill must be reviewed and approved by the Target Environmental Manager before placement of any fill on the Target Tract. The Import Soil Information form (see Section 5.E., Forms) must be completed by the Developer or General Contractor and submitted to the Target Environmental Manager for review and approval. The form requires information about the off-site fill source including environmental or geotechnical evaluation reports and questions concerning the viability or acceptability of off-site soil as import material. Only clean soil without any unusual characteristics such as strong odors, atypical colors, visual debris, etc., is allowed to be imported onto the Target Tract. b. EXPORT SOIL: If grading on the Target Tract requires export of 500 CY or more of soils from the Target Tract, Target requires a completed Export Soil Information form (see Section 5.F., Forms). The completed form must be submitted to the Target Environmental Manager for review and approval before export of soil. The planned property use at the destination site and why the imported fill is needed at the destination site must be described on the form. Only clean soil that does not exhibit any unusual characteristics such as strong odors, atypical colors, visual debris, etc., is allowed to be exported from the Target Tract. c. Provide earthwork analysis including cut and fill quantities for the CPR Meeting. Balance soils on site, if possible. Determine sources for disposal / acquisition of soils as necessary. d. Minimize the use of site retaining walls. e. Stockpile topsoil for landscaping as needed. Excess topsoil must be removed from the Target Tract. f. Verify if any construction or slope easements are required on adjacent properties. g. SLOPES, BERMS, LANDSCAPE AREAS AND EMBANKMENTS: 1) Maximum 3:1 for maintainable slope. 2) Maximum 2:1 for non-maintenance slope, unless otherwise approved by the Target Development Manager. 3) Maximum 4:1 for all pond slopes. 4) Minimum 2% grade for all landscaped areas. h. SLOPES ADJACENT TO BUILDING PAD: 1) If steep slopes are constructed below and adjacent to the building pad, creep can cause the ground surface behind the crests of steep slopes to settle. To reduce settlement, flatten slopes such that the slopes are constructed at a maximum 5:1. 2) Existing steep slopes below and adjacent to the building pad shall be excavated, benched, and backfilled to avoid future settlement. The slopes should be placed in horizontal lifts at least 10 feet wide to allow adequate compaction of the fill by a large vibratory compactor as the backfill is placed. Follow recommendations in the project geotechnical investigation report. i. PARKING LOT GRADES: 1) 1.5% minimum parking lot grade (1.0% minimum in FL or if concrete). 2) 3.0% maximum parking lot grade. 3) 1.5% minimum and maximum grade within 150 feet of Target building main entrance(s). 4) Site access drives and entrances may have maximum grades of 5% in areas where snow and ice are seasonal occurrences and 10% in areas where snow and ice are not seasonal conditions.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 1) Minimum 1.5% grade away from front curb; 2) Minimum 2% grade away from sides and rear building at landscaped areas; and 3) Minimum 1% grade away from sides and rear of building at paved areas. b. EXPANSIVE SOILS: At sites subject to movement due to expansive soils or frost heave Target has requirements for design options and procedures. See Exhibit F.1.1 for details. c. STORM SEWER SYSTEM: 1) Install a storm sewer system with a minimum 10-year design flow. Provide overland drainage above the 10-year design or upon system failure to allow for a minimum 12-inch freeboard from Target’s finished floor up to the 100-year storm. 2) Stormwater inlet and catch basin structures must be gravity draining into the storm sewer system. 3) Maximum ponding depth of stormwater in any paved area within the Target Tract must not exceed 6 inches at the inlet structure based on a 25-year storm. 4) Target parking lot stormwater inlets and catch basins must have slots no wider than ¾” to prevent shopping cart wheels dropping through. Avoid locating inlets and catch basins in an accessible parking area unless site constraints prevent location elsewhere. Inlet and catch basin slots must be no wider than ½” when in or adjacent to an accessible parking space. 5) Install, if required, finger drains at catch basins, draintile at irrigated landscaped islands, sidewalk planters, and below the front sidewalk curb as per recommendations in the geotechnical investigation report. 6) Determine on-site and off-site retention and detention requirements. On-site detention areas must be kept away from the front and side of the building and street entrances. 7) The Site Construction Documents must include profile drawings of all storm sewer pipes and appurtenances, and include a line depicting the 25-year and 100-year hydraulic grade lines. d. FLOOD ZONE: 1) Show FEMA map 100-year flood plain, and floodway if applicable, and review local regulations to determine available freeboard (maximum height of flood elevation below f inished floor). Target’s finished floor must be a minimum of: 2) 18 inches above the FEMA map 100-year flood plain; and / or 3) 18 inches above the overflow elevation of stormwater facilities; or 4) 24 inches above the FEMA map 100-year ocean surge in coastal zones. 5) Provide the FEMA Flood Zone designation. Contact the Target Development Manager for sites in a levee protected area. e. PIPE MATERIAL: 1) In addition to concrete pipe, the following pipe types meeting the standards and methods of installation are acceptable for use as storm sewer pipe or stormwater detention / retention applications: a) Smooth interior corrugated polyethylene pipe meeting AASHTO M 294. Polyethylene pipe must be made from virgin resins; or b) Smooth interior corrugated PVC pipe meeting ASTM F 949. 2) The following pipe type meeting the standards and methods of installation are acceptable for use only as culverts and stormwater detention / retention applications: a) Corrugated aluminum alloy pipe meeting AASHTO M 196; and b) The installed pipe must be accessible for inspections of corrosion. 3) All pipe connections must have a gasket joint. Field connection of dissimilar pipes must use a flexible or universal coupling to join the two different pipes together. 4) Test soil samples from the site to determine if corrosive soils are present. Written verification from the pipe manufacturer must be supplied to the Civil Engineer indicating expected pipe service life based on results of the soil sample testing.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 f. PIPE COVER: 1) Corrugated metal pipe and corrugated PVC plastic pipe must have a suitable cover over the pipe based on AASHTO design guidelines with a minimum cover over the top of the pipe of 12 inches to the bottom of flexible pavement. 2) Polyethylene pipe must have a suitable cover over the pipe based on AASHTO design guidelines, with a minimum cover over the top of the pipe of 24 inches to bottom of flexible pavement for all pipe diameters with a pipe stiffness of less than 46 PSI per ASTM D 2412 standard test method. 3) Developer or Consultant must verify project specific cover over all pipes. g. Developer or Consultant may use pipe from the following approved manufacturers:

• Advanced Drainage Systems • PRINSCO

• CONTECH • Quality Culvert

• Hancor

4. ROOF DRAINAGE: See the RE1 Building Site Criteria drawing for connection points to the roof drainage locations. Concrete splash blocks beneath overflow scuppers are furnished and installed by Target. Roof drain sizing is based on 100-year storm with 60-minute rainfall duration unless local code requires otherwise. Roof slope is from front to rear except for canopies at front of store that drain to the front. a. ROOF RAIN LEADERS: 1) Front and rear interior rain leaders connect to the subsurface storm sewer system. Rain leaders on a sidestock store are enclosed in exterior masonry chases on the rear wall that affect the building setback requirement. 2) Day lighting of select roof rain leaders is acceptable only if part of an overall stormwater design involving Low Impact Design methods including erosion control and overflow into catch basins, or overland overflow where climatically appropriate. 3) Rear rain leaders are minimum 10 inches diameter. Front rain leaders are minimum 6-inch diameter. Verify roof drain connection size with the Target Mechanical Engineer. 4) Developer provides and installs the joint between the roof rain leader and storm sewer pipe. Assembly must be an integral bell-gasket, watertight joint in accordance with ASTM D3212. 5) Developer must provide subsurface storm sewer system connections if local jurisdiction requires front rain leaders to daylight through the wall. Target will provide drains under the sidewalk to the storm sewer connection. 6) Developer or Consultant must notify the Target Stormwater Manager if roof drains direct stormwater into infiltration trenches, drywells, underground detention, or any other quality or quantity stormwater structure. Communicate this information with the Stormwater Management System Stormwater Structure and Feature Detail Sheets, Exhibit S Diagram and Narrative, and all applicable Site Construction Documents and reports. 5. RECEIVING DOCK / COMPACTOR AREA DRAINAGE: (see Exhibits C.1.1 - C.1.2 for details) The receiving dock / compactor area is part of the Target building installed by Target. a. Sheet drain toward the building in the dock area, if possible. b. Catch basins are used in all negative slope dock locations. 1) Developer provides as part of sitework the catch basin structure and the storm sewer line to the structure in the dock. Field coordinate timing of catch basin structure installation with timing of Target dock construction. 2) The catch basin structure must be gravity draining into the storm sewer system. 3) The required catch basin is a hybrid grit chamber / settling basin to capture debris that could wash into the basin from the dock area. The minimum capture depth of the basin is 3 feet below the invert of the inlet and outlet pipes. c. Verify code requirement for sanitary sewer connection below the self-contained, sealed trash compactor. d. LIFT STATION: Developer provides and installs as part of sitework a lift station if the invert elevation of the discharge pipe from the catch basin structure cannot match the invert elevation at the connection point to the storm sewer system. The Target Development Manager must approve the use of a lift station.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 1) Pump system must include: a) complete packaged duplex sump pump system consisting of two non-clog submersible or drypit sewage ejectors capable of handling 3-inch diameter solids and having a 4-inch discharge connection; b) sump basin and cover; c) guiderail system for lowering and raising pumps, if submersible; d) water level float switches for common stop, start lead, and start lag; e) high alarm; f) duplex controls with circuit breakers; g) thermal overload protection for pump motors; h) lightning arrestor for pump system at the control panel; i) electrical connection from emergency generator; and j) minimum 1 year pump warranty from date of store Turnover. 2) Pump Capacity: a) Convey stormwater from drainage areas at the same rate it collects on those areas. The design standard for the required rate of discharge from any collection area is based upon the size of the collection area and the maximum rate of rainfall per hour. b) Size each pump with a capacity 1¼ times the total GPM calculated to be conveyed from the collection surface. This is the maximum inflow rate to the receiver sump basin for an adequate factor of safety during periods when the calculated maximum flow is exceeded. 3) Target approved pump manufacturers: • Hydromatic® • ITT Flygt • Weil Pump Company, Inc. • Zoeller® Pump Co. 4) Sump Basin Receiver: a) Size is based on the total GPM of stormwater drainage into the sump basin receiver and a minimum pump on time of 5 minutes. Pump on time may be reduced, but to not less than 2 minutes, subject to approval from the Target Mechanical Engineer before system design. b) Concrete basins must have completely waterproofed interior with water tight sleeves for all pipes entering and exiting through the basin walls. c) Cast iron and fiberglass basins are suitable for direct burial in the ground. d) Steel basins must have the exterior thoroughly painted with a protective coating of Bitumastic® paint before burial, buried in a concrete envelope, or set in a concrete pit. e) Fasten basin securely to a reinforced concrete ballast pad that at a minimum equals the weight of the empty basin plus the weight of water displaced by the total volume of the basin. e. Concrete Pad Slopes (see Exhibits C.1.1 - C.1.2): 1) Positive slope dock all locations: maximum 2%; minimum 1%. 2) Negative slope dock: a) Southern climates: maximum 4%. b) Northern climates: maximum 3%. Verify climate location with Target Development Manager. f. Developer or Consultant must notify the Target Stormwater Manager if the receiving dock and/or compactor area drains are designed to be connected to the sanitary or storm sewer system. Communicate this information with the Stormwater Management System Stormwater Structure and Feature Detail Sheets, Exhibit S Diagram and Narrative, and all applicable Site Construction Documents and reports.

6. BUILDING WALK - AROUND PLAN: Provide on a single sheet a 1” = 20’ enlarged layout of the entire Target building, Target Branded crosswalk, accessible parking area and receiving dock. A full size Plan must be provided at the CPR Meeting and an 11” x 17” reduced copy of the Plan must be included in the CPR Book. The Plan must be included in the Target approved Site Construction Documents. The Building Walk - Around Plan must include: a. Limits of building pad; b. Finished floor elevation and building pad elevation and, if applicable, adjacent building finished floor elevation;

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 c. Spot elevations at all building corners, doorways, 50’ on center along each wall of the building, truck dock, compactor and truck maneuvering area, top and bottom of curbs at building sidewalks, branded crosswalk and curb transition areas, and accessible parking areas;

d. Dimensions from Target building to adjacent existing or proposed buildings; e. Dimensioned locations of all building connection points for electric, natural gas, telephone, fire and domestic water, fire department connection, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, site lighting, and irrigation; f. Invert elevations at connection locations for water, sanitary sewer, grease trap, storm sewer; g. Electric transformer and emergency generator location with dimensions to building and structures within 10’, and, California and Hawaii only, optional solar equipment location; h. Section details of rolled curb, flush curb, vertical curb, and grooving detail (see RE3 Site Details drawing); and i. Target signature block (see Section 5.H., Forms, Site Construction Documents Coordination Checklist).

7. STAGING AREA AND TEMPORARY UTILITIES: a. Developer must provide, install, and maintain during the project construction period the all-weather staging area, all-weather access road, all-weather construction surface, and temporary utilities. Allweather is defined as a compacted, non-expansive, free-draining, drivable surface able to withstand normal construction traffic under all weather conditions. The location for a 20,000 SF all-weather construction staging area must be approved by the Target Project Manager and constructed within 100 feet of the building main entrance. Do not locate the staging area over existing permanent utilities or those planned for installation. b. Provide temporary utilities to the staging area and/or building pad. Verify temporary utilities location with Target’s Owner’s Site Representative before installation. Utility consumption is metered and paid by Target. 1) Electric - 600 amp, 480/277 volt, 3-phase, 4-wire service to pole; terminal / metering pole; meter socket and enclosure; transformers as required by local utility, to building pad at permanent service location and extend service to the staging area. Do not route service through or under the building pad or the perimeter all weather construction surface. Verify with the Target Development Manager southern geographic locations that may require 1200 amp service. 2) Water - 1½-inch minimum to building area. 3) Telephone - 25-pair to staging area. c. Provide and maintain 24-foot wide all-weather access road from public street to staging area, building area perimeter, and truck dock.

d. Provide and maintain 24-foot wide all-weather construction surface not less than 5 feet, or more than 10 feet, from the Target building perimeter wall. Verify location with the Target building contractor. e. All of the above must be completed and provided to Target on or before Target accepts the building pad. f. The Site Construction Documents must include a sheet titled Staging Plan that shows, labels, and dimensions the staging area, all-weather access road, all-weather construction surface, and temporary utilities.

8. BUILDING PAD REPRESENTATION AND CERTIFICATION: a. All earthwork for the Target building pad must be prepared, tested, and completed in compliance with the Target approved final geotechnical investigation report(s), as amended, and Target approved Site Construction Documents. b. Remove and replace existing soil within the upper 3 feet of the finished pad elevation if more than 10% of the material by weight has a particle size exceeding 3 inches. Screening the material is acceptable if approved by the Geotechnical Engineer. c. Fill placed in the upper 3 feet of the building pad must have a maximum particle size of 3 inches. d. Not more than 15 days before delivery and acceptance of the CERTIFICATE OF BUILDING PAD DELIVERY form (see Section 5.J., Forms) the Developer must submit, or resubmit, to the Target Owner’s Site Representative (OSR) a completed TARGET BUILDING PAD REPRESENTATION AND CERTIFICATION form (see Section 5.I., Forms).

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 e. Target’s finished building pad is defined as an area 10 feet beyond the limits of the building footprint, and dock area, and includes the entire front sidewalk. The geotechnical investigation may require a larger building pad area. The limits of the building pad must be shown on the Site Construction Documents site preparation plan or Grading Plan and the Building Walk-Around Plan. Excavation responsibility of the truck dock will be confirmed at the CPR Meeting and coordinated by the Target Owner’s Site Representative with the Developer during pad preparation. f. The completed building pad must allow Target to install its shallow spread footings, foundation, utilities, truck dock, sidewalk, curb, stoops, under-slab material, vapor barrier, and floor slab without further soil correction, remediation, demolition, mitigation, rock removal, or design revisions. Developer must immediately remove all unsuitable soil, rock and/or debris found in the building pad by Target during store construction, and promptly restore those areas of the building pad to its represented and certified condition.

g. Construct Target’s building pad to the elevation as per the Target approved Site Construction Documents. Spot elevations of the pad must be balanced within 0.1’ plus or minus of the pad elevation. Confirm the building pad elevation at the CPR Meeting. The building pad elevation must not be changed without written approval by the Target Development Manager. h. Subject to geographic location and seasonal conditions Target may elect to have Developer install as part of the building pad the under-slab material as recommended in the Target approved final geotechnical investigation report. The installed material must be finish rolled and balanced within 0.05’ plus or minus. Material thickness will be confirmed at the CPR Meeting and coordinated by the Target Owner’s Site Representative with the Developer during pad preparation. i. The building foundation corners must be staked with a hub at the horizontal control coordinates shown on the Target approved Site Construction Documents. Developer must obtain a copy of the Target Building Documents Foundation Plan from the Target Project Architect.

9. BUILDING PAD DELIVERY: Upon turning the building pad over to Target, Developer must submit to the Target Owner’s Site Representative (OSR) a completed TARGET CERTIFICATE OF BUILDING PAD DELIVERY form (see Section 5.J., Forms). Target will not accept the building pad earlier than 7 days before the building pad delivery date in the Site Development Agreement Scope Notes, unless agreed to otherwise. Target will only accept delivery of the building pad after Developer submits a completed BUILDING PAD REPRESENTATION AND CERTIFICATION form (see Section 5.I., Forms) and completion of all work necessary to construct the building pad in compliance with the Target approved Site Construction Documents, specifications, geotechnical investigation report, Site Development Agreement, and all applicable governmental codes, requirements, approvals, and permits including, but not limited to, the following: a. Installation of all-weather staging area; b. Installation of all-weather construction surface around the building perimeter; c. Installation of all-weather access road installed from the public street to the staging area, building area, and truck dock; d. Installation of temporary power, water, and telephone; and e. Permanent utility and roof drain leader connection locations staked 5 feet from the building wall and each stake labeled with the connection invert depth. 10. COMPLETION OF SITE IMPROVEMENT WORK: Upon turning the site improvement work over to Target, Developer must submit to the Target Owner’s Site Representative (OSR) a completed CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OF SITE IMPROVEMENT WORK (see Section 5.K., Forms) certifying to Target the site improvement work has been constructed, completed, and is in compliance with the governmental and Target approved Site Construction Documents and specifications, and the Site Development Agreement. Completion of the site improvement work includes, but is not limited to, providing to Target the following: a. All on-site improvements and site signs; b. All off-site improvements; c. Government acceptance of on-site and off-site improvements; and d. As-Built set of Site Construction Documents provided to the Target Project Manager.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 The Construction Schedule section of the Scope Notes exhibit to the Site Development Agreement lists specific completion dates for each component of site improvement work. Target evaluates the Developer and the Target project team on the completion status of the project at the Turnover date shown on the Construction Schedule. Three of the 10 points for the Turnover Score are managed by the Developer:  on-site improvements complete;  site signs complete; and  off-site improvements complete. The goal is to achieve a perfect score of 10 at Turnover. After Turnover Developer must keep all roads that may be used by Target’s Guests free of any construction materials, debris, mud, or dirt. The Target project team may elect the option to review the completion of the sitework and the readiness of the shopping center for Target’s Turnover and Grand Opening. One of the following events may be scheduled by the Target Development Manager 30 days before Turnover: e. Developer and Target project team attend an on-site meeting for visual inspection of the project; or f. Target team reviews photographic documentation of the project. Following a site inspection or photo review the Target Development Manager will convey to the Developer any project discrepancies and/or deficiencies observed in the project that need to be resolved before Turnover. 11. CONSTRUCTION SCREENING: If the construction of exterior Building shells on those Building Areas on the Developer Tract within 1,000 feet of the Building Area on the Target Tract is not complete 20 days prior the Target store Turnover date, Developer must, at Developer’s sole cost: a. install fully irrigated sod and landscaping upon all Building Areas where Building shells have not been started; or b. encircle the Building Areas with started but with incomplete Building shells with 8 feet tall chain link fencing, secured by in-ground fence posts and screened with either: 1) 6 feet tall Target branded screening fabric (which fabric must be ordered by Developer from Target and paid by Developer at no mark-up to Developer from Target’s cost); or 2) alternate 6 feet tall fabric furnished and installed by Developer containing branding of the Shopping Center, Target, and other prospective occupants of the Shopping Center; and c. install fully irrigated sod and landscaping at any open space between the fencing and screening, and the Common Area.

Before installation of fencing and screening, or sod and landscaping, Developer must submit to the Target Development Manager for prior approval detailed plans showing the location and design of all such items. Developer must maintain such fencing and screening, or sod and landscaping, at Developer’s sole cost until completion of such Building shells.

G. UTILITIES:
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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 e. The Civil Engineer and Target Project Mechanical and Electrical Engineers must coordinate the final Site Construction Documents and Target Building Documents for showing all final utility connection points and invert depths. f. Locate utilities, except the lateral extensions, not less than 40 feet from any Target wall. Backfill must have a maximum particle size of 3 inches if utility trench excavations exceed 3 feet in depth.

g. Final connections from the Target building to site utilities must be coordinated with the Developer by the Target Owner’s Site Representative during construction. h. Determine the location, size, and available capacities of existing services. i. j. The CPR Book must identify proposed municipal improvements, critical dates affecting development, cost sharing potentials, and cost efficient design alternatives. Verify all required new easements and all existing easements that must be vacated. Remove and/or relocate any existing utilities as necessary to facilitate all new site and building construction.

2. UTILITY ACCOUNT SETUP: a. TEMPORARY UTILITIES: 1) Developer must make all preliminary arrangements for all temporary utilities for Target. temporary utility services must be setup in the name of Target as soon as possible. All

2) Use the Temporary Utility Setup letter template to setup temporary utility accounts. The template letter is available on Buzzsaw in the PD Reference Materials folder or from the Target Owner’s Site Representative. Read and follow all directions stated on page one of the letter template. 3) Do not setup utility service in the name of the Developer or General Contractor. If this is a requirement by the utility, email energy.mngmt@target.com to notify Target and provide details of the account, account owner, and contact information. b. PERMANENT UTILITIES: 1) All permanent utility services must be set up in the name of Target as soon as possible. 2) Use the Permanent Utility Setup letter template to setup permanent utility accounts for Target. The template letter is available on Buzzsaw in the PD Reference Materials folder or from the Target Owner’s Site Representative. Read and follow all directions stated on page one of the letter template. c. The Developer or General Contractor may fill out the temporary or permanent utility setup letter, but the Target Owner’s Site Representative must review and sign the letter before submitting it to the utility.

d. If the site does not require an independent temporary or permanent utility account for Target due to landlord or property management arrangements, email energy.mngmt@target.com to provide Target the contact information for the billing representative and account number. e. If the utility requires an additional Service Agreement or Application form to setup the temporary or permanent account, the Target Owner’s Site Representative will complete and sign on behalf of Target. f. Direct questions regarding electric, gas, and water utility setup to: energy.mngmt@target.com. g. Direct questions regarding phone utility setup to: circuit.provisioning@target.com. 3. REGULATORY FEES: Developer or Consultant must identify in the Sitework Cost Estimate form (see Section 5.A., Forms) all permit fees, mitigation fees, impact fees, utility access fees, utility connection / tap fees, utility meter / hook-up fees, governmental plan review and inspection fees, special charges and fees, and levied or pending assessments. The Sitework Cost Estimate form must clearly distinguish in the Regulatory Fee Summary which fees are project costs shared by Developer and Target, or non-project costs paid by solely by Developer or Target. The completed Sitework Cost Estimate form, documentation of all fees, and fee schedules must be included in the CPR Book. 4. SANITARY: a. Install a 6-inch service connection at two locations. See RE1 Building Site Criteria drawing for connection point locations. The transition to 4-inch service within 5’ of the building, if required, will be shown on the Target Building Documents. b. Provide the dimensioned location and depth of invert elevation(s) 5 feet from Target wall line on the Preliminary Site Improvement Plans and the Building Walk - Around Plan at the CPR Meeting. 3.57

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 c. If on-site sanitary sewer treatment is necessary for the Target store, contact the Target Mechanical Engineer to review design options. 1) Grease trap for the food service area, if required by local code, is furnished and installed by Target if under the building slab or exterior sidewalk. Grease trap is furnished and installed by Developer beyond the front sidewalk. Verify location with the Target Development Manager. 2) Install exterior grease traps so the top of the maintenance holes are flush with the abutting pavement surface. Verify material type for the grease trap with the Target Mechanical Engineer. Exterior grease traps must support H20 vehicular loading. 3) Before the CPR Meeting confirm with local government any requirements for minimum grease trap size, location, and separate service line. Verify if permitting process is through the building documents or the site documents. 4) The food service area does not use grills or fryers. 5. WATER: a. DOMESTIC: 1) Target requires its own water meter. 2) Provide dimensioned location and depth of invert elevation 5 feet from Target wall line on the Preliminary Site Improvement Plans and the Building Walk - Around Plan at the CPR Meeting. 3) Install a 3-inch domestic water connection to the building, with a 2-inch water meter, capable of producing 90 gallons per minute at 60 PSI residual pressure at the base of the riser at the highest floor in the Target building. Verify with utility the location of the meter (inside or outside building, on building or in exterior vault), if branch from fire protection water main is inside or outside the building, or if a separate tap is required. Provide conduit with pull wire to electric service room in Target building, if the valve assembly is in a hot box or a vault requiring heating. Target is responsible for the meter if it is located inside the building. 4) Install separate water meter for site irrigation. Verify with utility if use of irrigation meter qualifies for credit to reduce sewer consumption charges. Target is responsible for the meter if it is located inside the building. The irrigation system operates during non-business hours of the store. b. FIRE PROTECTION: 1) Install a minimum 8-inch water main (exact pipe size and material determined by the project Civil Engineer) and, if required, exterior vaults and assemblies for fire connection service to the building capable of producing 1490 gallons per minute at 50 PSI residual pressure at the base of the riser at the highest floor in the Target building. Greater water flow may be required for stockrooms with storage height over 15 feet. Verify with the Target Mechanical Engineer. 2) Provide a water flow test taken no earlier than 12 months before the CPR Meeting. The test must conform to standards of NFPA 291 and taken from the fire hydrant nearest to the Target site. Test results will be used by Target for design phase of the project. Target will require an additional flow test if, after the initial test taken for Target, there has been significant development to the area near the flow test, the flow test data is marginal for requiring a tank or pump, or if there is reason to believe the water pressure and flow are actually better or worse than tested. Document results, elevations, and locations of flow hydrant and pressure hydrant. 3) Based on water flow test results the Civil Engineer must perform a hydraulic analysis to determine flow and pressure at the base of the riser in Target’s water service room. Analysis must include elevation differences and piping friction loss from test fire hydrant to base of riser. 4) Complete the FIRE HYDRANT WATER FLOW TEST REPORT (see Section 5.B., Forms) and include it along with test reports, pressure loss calculations, and other supporting documentation in the CPR Book. The Test Report must document the static pressure and the residual pressure at the tested flow adjusted for elevation and friction loss. 5) Locate one fire hydrant between 40 feet and 100 feet from the fire department connection. Verify location of fire department connection with local fire or building code official. Show and label the fire department connection on the Site Construction Documents and Building Walk-Around Plan. 6) Provide fire hydrants at locations around the building with 300’ maximum spacing between hydrants and 50’ maximum distance between the building and fire hydrants. Fire hydrant hose threads must be compatible with local fire department equipment. 7) Verify with local fire official location of additional fire hydrants and, if required, post indicator valve. 3.58

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 6. NATURAL GAS: a. Install natural gas service to the Target building wall at the meter location. Target requires its own gas meter. b. "Firm gas" supply is required. c. A minimum 2.0 PSI service on building side of meter is required. 5.0 PSI is preferred. d. Provide dimensioned location and depth of service line elevation at Target point of connection (usually the wall line) on the Preliminary Site Improvement Plans and the Building Walk - Around Plan at the CPR Meeting. e. Provide liquefied petroleum gas service if natural gas is not available. 1) The pressure regulator is mounted on the exterior rear wall; 2) LP gas tanks may be buried or mounted above grade. Buried tanks must be a minimum of 10’ from the building and property line. Above grade tanks must be a minimum of 25’ from the building and property line. Verify tank size with the Target Mechanical Engineer. Indicate tank location on the Utility Plan of the Site Construction Documents. 7. ELECTRICAL: a. Provide rate information to Target for primary and secondary service. b. 480/277-volt, 3-phase, 4-wire. c. Target requires its own transformer and electric meter. P09.400 750 KVA 1600 AMP P09.400 sidestock 750 KVA 1600 AMP d. Subject to verification by utility company and for estimating purposes only, Target typically uses: 1) Transformer 2) Service

3) Primary service to pad mounted transformer must be underground by Developer or utility. e. Locate transformer as close to the building electric connection point as possible. Maximum distance must be 10 feet from building. Verify location with utility company. Transformer must not be placed over any easements or utilities except if the easement or utility is associated with the transformer. f. Conduit for secondary service from transformer to building is furnished and installed by Developer. Conductors for secondary service from transformer to building are furnished and installed by Target. Developer is responsible for cost of the portion of secondary service length exceeding 10 feet.

g. Unless furnished and installed by the utility, the transformer pad is furnished and installed by the Developer. Enclosures required around the transformer must be furnished and installed by the Developer. h. Provide dimensioned location and depth of conduit elevation 5 feet from Target wall line on the Preliminary Site Improvement Plans and the Building Walk - Around Plan at the CPR Meeting. i. EMERGENCY GENERATOR: 1) Target uses an exterior emergency generator located on grade 5 feet from the building rear wall. See RE1 Building Site Criteria drawing for generator location. The Site Construction Documents will show the generator location for reference only. The Target Building Documents will show the generator location, bollards protection, and specifications. Target provides the generator to the building contractor for installation. 2) Verify minimum separation required between generator and transformer. 3) Pad size is approximately 6 feet by 12 feet concrete slab furnished and installed by the Target building contractor. Finished elevation of pad must be installed not less than 1 foot above 100year flood elevation. 4) Cabinet enclosure for the generator is approximately 4 feet wide by 10 feet long by 5 feet tall. The steel cabinet provides weatherproofing, sound attenuation and vandal protection. Sound at peak load tested per ISO, ANSI, and SAE rated at 52 dBA at 100 feet from source. The generator is tested monthly for a run time of 30 minutes. Developer must notify the Target Development Manager of any jurisdictional sound limitations more restrictive than that specified above. 5) Connection to building by conduits and wires furnished and installed by the Target building contractor. 3.59

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 6) Fuel type is natural gas. Diesel or propane is used where required by code or where natural gas is not available. Backup propane fuel is required: a) in seismic zones where the code requires an automatic emergency gas shutoff valve; and

b) at any location where the authority having jurisdiction requires a backup fuel source.
j. SOLAR EQUIPMENT (optional; only in California and Hawaii locations): 1) Provide area for future solar power installation on grade adjacent to the building to accommodate an 8'-6" by 21 feet concrete slab for electrical equipment. Avoid locating under rainwater scuppers; 2) Equipment includes transformer, disconnects, and inverter. Area must accommodate bollards, fencing and truck access; 3) Locate equipment adjacent to incoming electrical service and main electrical room; and 4) Maintain clearance of 4 feet from the electrical service meter. 8. TELEPHONE: a. Provide two 4-inch entrance conduits underground to the Target building connection access point as shown on the Site Construction Documents. Target’s service from the point it enters the site must be uninterrupted into its building. Service extended from an on-site central distribution location is unacceptable. b. Coordinate installation with the local telephone company of wire or fiber 50-pair cable. Pull cable through the conduits into the control room of the Target building. Service must support one local service T1 circuit, 4 MPLS T1 circuits, and remainder of the cable pairs to support 1fb / 1mb lines. Developer must satisfy all local telephone company requirements so connectivity to the store is not delayed. c. Installation of the conduits and 50-pair cable must be completed and operational no later than 135 calendar days before the opening of the Target store.

9. SITE LIGHTING: a. Target’s authorized National Account Vendor who prepares site lighting photometric and site lighting electrical plans and supplies lighting fixtures through Target’s contracted National Account program is On-Site Lighting & Survey. Any project that includes a Target store is eligible to receive the National program pricing and service that Target receives from On-Site Lighting & Survey and is applicable for the entire project. For program pricing and fixture specifications contact: Wayne Tokkesdal On-Site Lighting & Survey, LLC 1111 Highway 25 North, Suite 201 Buffalo, MN 55313-1948 763-684-1548; cell 612-991-8677; fax: 763-682-9048 wayne@onsitelighting.com b. Requests to On-Site Lighting to prepare site lighting photometric plans must include the following information: 1) Base site plan of all areas to be illuminated. Send electronically only in AutoCAD dwg format to applications@onsitelighting.com and upload to Buzzsaw in the project specific site lighting folder; 2) Target Project Name and Project Code and, if a Developer project, name of development company and contact information; 3) Indicate maximum fixture mounting height including base; 4) Maximum FC at lot lines, property line spill requirements and, if applicable, adjacent residential uses; and 5) Any other applicable state, county, and local governmental regulations or voluntary LEED requirements. Provide contact information of authority having jurisdiction. c. Developer must submit two copies of the site lighting photometric plan and product information sheets; one copy to On-Site Lighting and one copy to Target Electrical Engineering for review and approval. The Target Development Manager will notify Developer or Consultant of approval. After review and approval by Target Electrical Engineering and Development Manager, the manufacturer, fixture, pole type, lighting type, and site lighting photometric plan for the project must not be substituted or changed without written authorization by Target Electrical Engineering. 3.60

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 After written approval by the Target Development Manager of the site lighting photometric plan, Target’s authorized agent, On-Site Lighting, will have a Professional Engineer licensed in the state of the project prepare the Target Tract site lighting electrical drawings. The approved site lighting photometric plan, and the site lighting electrical drawings, must be inserted into the Site Construction Documents. d. The Target approved site lighting point-by-point grid photometric plan and On-Site Lighting electrical plan are required at the CPR Meeting. Developer must provide Illumination Engineering Society (IES) photometry files for all lighting shown with each lighting plan to On-Site Lighting for review and Target for approval. The fixture specification sheets must be included in the CPR Book. The site lighting plan must contain the following information: 1) Target lot line, building outline, parking area, and drives; 2) Calculated ground level footcandle (FC) levels on grid spacing no greater than 20 feet out to the lot line or 0.0 FC; 3) Pole locations and fixture mounting heights; 4) Light fixture type, manufacturer, model name, catalog number, IES number, and distribution type; 5) Lamp types, wattages, and initial lumens / lamp; 6) Average, maximum, and minimum footcandles; 7) Uniformity ratios: average FC / minimum FC not to exceed 4:1 and maximum FC / minimum FC not to exceed 8:1; 8) Light Loss Factor (LLF) - Target standard is 0.75 LLF for probe start metal halide and 0.90 LLF for LED. All other HID lamp types are 0.81 LLF; 9) State the Site Lighting Design level based on the APRI score obtained from the Target Development Manager; 10) Detail of structurally engineered certifiable precast or cast in place concrete light pole base design by a Professional Engineer licensed in the state of the project (seej. below); 11) State the IESNA B.U.G. (backlight, uplight, glare) rating of the fixtures on drawing; and 12) State that the site lighting plan conforms to Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13. 13) Verify that Light Power Density (LPD) complies with applicable energy code e. MINIMUM MAINTAINED ILLUMINATION AT GROUND SURFACE: (Metal Halide) APRI Score: Site Lighting Design: 1) General parking 2) Entry drive(s) 3) Building entrance(s) at curb 4) Edges of parking f. 0 - 199 Design 1 2.0 FC 2.0 FC 5.0 FC 1.0 FC 200 - 399 Design 2 3.0 FC 3.0 FC 5.0 FC 2.0 FC 400+ Design 3 5.0 FC 5.0 FC 5.0 FC 3.0 FC

5) Maximum illumination must not exceed 18 FC on the Target Tract. LAMP, BALLAST AND FIXTURE SELECTION: 1) Square, arm-mounted, cut-off type fixture with 1000-watt vertical 4100K metal halide lamp with reflector and flat lens; Dark Sky compatible. Verify required lighting levels with Target Development Manager if a lamp type other than metal halide is used. 2) 480-volt, single phase, 20-amp circuits. 3) Color is Champagne Pearl (C-20) factory powder coat finish. Color to match Valspar MICA -2 coat, No. 399C245. 4) Fixtures using LED or Induction lamp sources using absolute photometry files must be approved by Target Electrical Engineering before acceptance g. FIXTURE MANUFACTURER: 1) Target approved fixture manufacturers: Target uses: Equivalents:

• Visionaire Lighting, LLC - American Series • Lithonia Lighting - KVF Series • Philips Wide-Lite – Spectra Series
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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 2) Target approved metal halide lamp: • General Electric h. POLE STANDARD: 1) Target approved pole manufacturers:

• Philips Lighting Corporation

• Visionaire Lighting, LLC • Lithonia Lighting

• TechLight Lighting • Philips Wide-Lite Poles • Valmont Industries, Inc.,

2) Poles are tapered, round steel with grounding lug and metal based pole label mechanically fastened to each pole stating the manufacturer’s pole and fixture catalog number. Color is Champagne Pearl (C20) factory powder coat finish; color to match Valspar MICA - 2 coat, No. 399C245. 3) Fixture mounting height is 38 feet including the 3-foot base. Maximum height is 42 feet. 4) Target provides and installs on six of its site lighting poles an 18 inch diameter sign indicating that security cameras are in use. Fasteners are zinc plated to provide corrosion resistance. 5) Concrete direct bury poles are unacceptable, except in areas where local codes require wind load rating of 110 miles per hour or greater. a) Poles must be round, tapered, spun-cast, pre-stressed, with grounding lug and with coated exposed aggregate. Contact the Target Development Manager for color. b) Use of concrete direct bury poles in high wind zones must be approved by the Target Development Manager. 6) If decorative lighting is required, contact On-Site Lighting for preferred manufacturers and types. i. WARRANTY: 1) Lamps must have a 2 year warranty from the date of store Turnover; 2) Ballasts must have a 5 year warranty from the date of store Turnover; and 3) Fixtures, arms, and poles must have a 5 year warranty covering paint, finish, defects, and workmanship from the date of store Turnover. j. BASE STANDARD: Light pole bases must be concrete. Cast in place concrete or precast concrete of equal design may be used. The finish of the base is unpainted concrete. Cast in place concrete base must be hand rubbed finish. The base design must be certified by a structural engineer licensed in the state of the project. Base details on the site lighting plan in the Site Construction Documents must show the following: 1) 24-inch diameter, 36 inches above grade in parking areas (excluding front sidewalk) 2) Required depth for maximum Effective Projected Area (EPA) in square feet; 3) Reinforcing steel caging, concrete PSI and cure time; 4) Finish of concrete and chamfer of base top; 5) Maximum wind load required to meet wind load requirements for the site; and 6) If light pole base is grouted, provide weep hole in grout. k. TARGET CONTROL OF SITE LIGHTING: 1) Target powers and controls site lighting on its own tract. Lights mounted on the Target building are powered and controlled only by Target. 2) Target uses an energy management controller with astronomical timer. Lights turn on at dusk and turn off one-half hour after store closing except for team member parking area and overnight stocking team member parking, or as required by code. 3) General team member parking: A minimum of two circuits must be provided for the team member parking area, including a lighted pathway to the store. Team member parking area lights turn off 1½ hours after store closing. Verify location with Target Development Manager. 4) Overnight employee parking: A minimum of two circuits must be provided near the Target store front entrance for overnight employee parking area. This circuit is on a separate control zone within Target. These lights remain on until dawn. 5) Target’s authorized agent, On-Site Lighting, will prepare site lighting electrical drawings showing panel circuit numbers, circuiting wire sizes, conduit sizes, and specifications for the Target Tract site lighting and provide drawings to the Developer or Consultant who must include the 3.62

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 photometric and circuitry drawings and specifications in the Site Construction Documents. Provide underground conduit and wire for site lighting within the Target Tract, and to Target controlled site signs. Direct bury wire is not acceptable. 6) Poles with multiple fixtures or areas with multiple single fixture poles must be provided with a minimum of two 20-amp, 480-volt, single-phase circuits. 7) 3-phase circuits and circuits greater than 20-amps are NOT acceptable. 8) All-night circuits for parking lots are acceptable, if required by local ordinances, or by special agreement with Target. 9) Desired conductor size is minimum 10 AWG copper. Larger size conductors may be required by NEC. 10) Grounding rod required at each site lighting pole. 11) Manual override for the Developer, at Developer’s cost, is available with Target approval. 12) Install a minimum 2-inch conduit from the nearest light standard to the conduit connection point 5 feet from the Target building. Target installs the remaining conduit from the building and the wiring from Target’s panel board to the first light standard. Use of in-ground pull boxes must be approved by Target Electrical Engineering. 13) A 480-volt, 20-amp single phase dedicated circuit for the pylon sign, if controlled by Target, must be extended to the sign from the nearest light pole. l. POLE LOCATIONS: 1) End islands of parking bays. 2) Centerline of parking bay stripe. 3) Lighting Consultant and Civil Engineer must coordinate pole locations to avoid conflicts with trees, utilities, sidewalks and parking spaces. 4) Pole mounted lighting must be used to illuminate parking at the sides and rear of the store. Target does not illuminate the drive at the rear of the store unless parking stalls are shown on the site plan at the rear of the store. Target provides wall mounted security lighting that remains lit all night at each exit door. 10. BUILDING RELATED LIGHTING: This lighting includes front sidewalk lighting, building flood lighting, illuminated bollards, special decorative fixtures, custom lighting effects, and any fixtures selected by others for use on the Target building and/or front sidewalk with the intent of matching a design theme common to the Shopping Center or other adjacent buildings. Building related lighting is not included in the site lighting photometric plan or the site lighting circuitry plan. Building related lighting is completed as part of the building design and shown on the electrical building construction documents. a. All non-prototype light fixtures must be submitted to Target Electrical Engineering for review and approval three weeks before the CPR Meeting. Developer or Consultant must submit fixture cut sheets to: Cheryl Penkivech, Lighting Coordinator, Electrical Engineering Target Corporation th 50 South 10 Street, Suite 400, TP3-1000 Minneapolis, MN 55403-2054 612-761-2778; fax 612-761-3321 cheryl.penkivech@target.com 1) Non-prototype fixtures, lamps, and ballasts must be readily obtainable and not unreasonably costly. 2) Installed fixtures must be readily accessible without extraordinary work effort or special equipment. The lamp and ballast must be accessible. Consider fixture installation sequence as it may affect location and accessibility of the ballast as well as the lamp. Assume maintenance people will have a ladder to reach a ceiling mounted fixture from a walking surface below. Do not assume a boom truck will be available. b. If special lighting affects the architectural design, access panels, walkways, doors, ship's ladder or other fixed ladder, or other features necessary to allow maintenance people to easily reach and maintain all light fixtures must be provided. The Target Project Architect will review fixture accessibility as part of the "Peer Review" process. 3.63

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 c. APPROVED LAMPS: 1) Metal halide lamps 200 watts and less as manufactured by Philips Lighting Corporation or General Electric. a) Pulse start rated for open fixture. b) Quick start, long life. 2) Compact fluorescent lamps and LED sources require approval by the Target Electrical Engineer. d. APPROVED BALLASTS: 1) Low frequency electronic HID ballasts as manufactured by Advance Transformer Company or General Electric; 2) Operates between 120 and 277 volts; 3) Dual wattage metal halide lamp where applicable (39/50w, 70/100w, or 150/175w pulse-start; 4) Lamp wattage regulation: wattage change less than 0.5% with a ±10% change in line voltage; 5) Lamp EOL detection; 6) Thermally protected, internally fused, and output short circuit protected; and 7) 1.0 ballast factor.

H. EXHIBIT X SITE PLAN:
1. PURPOSE: The Exhibit X Site Plan is a graphic illustration of the project including the labeling and location of specifically defined terms stated in the project specific Operation and Easement Agreement (OEA). The drawing will become an exhibit attached to the OEA and Site Development Agreement (SDA). Projects that do not have an OEA do not require an Exhibit X. 2. REQUIREMENTS: a. A draft of Exhibit X Site Plan will be prepared by Westwood Professional Services, Inc. and provided to the Target Development Manager. Exhibit X will be provided by the Target Development Manager at the CPR Meeting for review and comment. The final Exhibit X must conform to the project specific OEA. The Developer or Consultant must provide Westwood an electronic CAD file of the simplified site plan of the shopping center with layers such as contours, grading, utilities, site lighting, and landscaping not shown. The electronic data provided will be utilized only as background base mapping in connection with the preparation of the Exhibit X drawing that is attached to the project specific OEA and SDA documents. b. The Exhibit X drawing electronic file is the property of Target Corporation and after recording the OEA all other data files are discarded. Target requires that the Westwood-prepared Exhibit X drawing be used for any OEA and SDA amendments, and that the cost for changes be paid by the requesting party directly to Westwood. c. Developer or Consultant must email a complete copy of the AutoCAD compatible electronic CAD file of the approved Site Plan no later than three weeks before the CPR Meeting to: Mike Hanson or Nate Carlson, LS Westwood Professional Services, Inc. th 3701 12 Street North, Suite 206 St. Cloud, MN 56303 952-937-5150; fax 320-253-8737 mike.hanson@westwoodps.com or nate.carlson@westwoodps.com

d. A complete copy is needed to ensure that all the information required for the Exhibit X document is received. This eliminates the need for continuous contacts back and forth for additional information. The drawing file must include a data dictionary with file layer names of the site information listed. List all layers if information is on multiple layers. Only information in the file listed below will be utilized. All other data will only be used if future additions are required for the completed document. Include completed site plan drawing in PDF format to assure accuracy of Exhibit X data. Data Dictionary for CAD Data:  Boundary - Project  Boundary - Tracts / Lots  Off-site lines - ROW 3.64 Layer name: • ______ • ______ • ______

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13                Off-site lines - Streets Off-site lines - Other Survey info Street Names Proposed ROW Proposed Streets / Curbs Building - Footprints Building - Setbacks Fences Parking Lot - Curb lines Parking Lot - Striping Parking - Accessible spaces Sidewalks Signs (Target / Center / Developer) Traffic Signals Label Target property on the plan ______________ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ • ______ Contact / Phone: _____________

Data provided by:

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4. EXHIBITS
The following exhibits are referenced in Sections 1 - 3. Contact the Target Development Manager with questions or for information on obtaining the prototype building footprints, building elevations and site branding drawings electronically in AutoCAD and PDF format on line in Buzzsaw in the PD Reference Materials folder.

A.1.1 – Typical Site Area Soil Boring Locations A.2.1 – P09.400 Soil Boring Locations A.2.2 – P09.400 Sidestock Soil Boring Locations A.3.1 – P09.400 Site Branding A.3.2 – P09.400 Sustainable Site Plan A.4.1 – P09.400 Building Footprint A.4.2 – P09.400 Sidestock Building Footprint B.1.1 – P09.400 Building Sign B.2.1 – Pharmacy Wall Sign B.3.1 – P09.400 Pylon Sign B.3.2 – P09.400 Monument Sign B.4.1 – Shared Signs and Specifications B.4.2 – Shared Pylon Sign B.5.1 – Traffic Signage B.5.2 – Accessible Parking Requirements C.1.1 – P09.400 Receiving Dock / Compactor: Negative Slope With Retaining Wall C.1.2 – P09.400 Receiving Dock / Compactor: Positive Slope Without Retaining Wall D.1.1 – P09.400 Building Elevations E.1.1 – Exhibit S Stormwater and Natural Resources Management Systems: Shopping Center E.1.2 – Exhibit S Stormwater and Natural Resources Management Systems: Target Tract E.1.3 – Exhibit S Narrative F.1.1 – Expansive Clay – Design Options and Procedures

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B.2.1

PYLON IDENTIFICATION 11'x11'x30'
The 11'x11'x30' pylon sign is the typical size sign for the store. It presents a very distinctive and easily recognizable image to highway traffic and will be strategically located on the site for maximum visibility. TARGET'S approved sign consultants will check the local codes, secure all permits, and provide assistance in the acquisition of variances, should they be required.

SIGN SPECIFICATIONS
SIGN AREA : 133 sq. ft. TOTAL 30 ft. OVERALL HEIGHT CONSTRUCTION : CABINET IS CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION. ANGLE IRON FRAME WITH ALUMINUM CLADDING. EACH END OF CABINET PAINTED WHITE CABINET FEATURES RETAINERLESS BLEED FACE TENSIONING SYSTEM THAT PROVIDES CONTINUOUS ILLUMINATION TO EDGE OF FACE. SIGN FACE IS SERIES 945 PANAFLEX DECORATED ON FIRST SURFACE WITH 3M SCOTCHCAL FILM. SUPPORT STEEL IS 16" .250 WALL ROUND COLUMNS.
30'-0"

11'-0" 1'-1" 8'-10" 1'-1" 1'-5½"

2'-4"

1'-0"

10'-7½"

1'-4"

1'-4"
1'-4" DIAMETER POLES
17'-10"

COLORS : CABINET : WHITE WITH WHITE REVEALS FACE BKGD : WHITE BULLSEYE : CARDINAL RED #3630-53 TARGET : CARDINAL RED #3630-53 SUPPORT STEEL : CHAMPAGNE PEARL (C-20) TO MATCH VALSPAR MICA- 2 COAT #399C245 ILLUMINATION : INTERNAL WITH GE F48T12/CW/HO OR EQUAL PHILLIPS OR OSRAM LAMPS ELECTRICAL : 480V SERVICE 120V BALLASTS WITH STEP DOWN TRANSFORMERS.

FRONT & SIDE ELEVATION

B.3.1

MONUMENT IDENTIFICATION 9' x12 '
The 9'x12' monument sign is optional for each store. It presents a very distinctive and easily recognizable image to traffic and will be strategically located on the site for maximum visibility. TARGET'S approved sign consultants will check the local codes, secure all permits, and provide assistance in the acquisition of variances, should they be required.

0'-6"

SIGN SPECIFICATIONS
SIGN AREA : 108 sq. ft. TOTAL 12 ft. OVERALL HEIGHT CONSTRUCTION : CABINET IS CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION. ANGLE IRON FRAME WITH ALUMINUM CLADDING.
11'-0"

0'-6"

1'-8"

9'-0"

SIGN FACE IS ROUTED ALUMINUM BACKED WITH CLEAR LEXAN. 3M SCOTCHCAL FILM AND DIFFUSER FILM IS APPLIED TO 2ND SURFACE OF PLEX. NOTE: BULLSEYE CENTER DOT AND OUTER RING ARE ALWAYS TWO (2) SEPARATE PIECES. COLORS : CABINET : WHITE FACE BKGD : WHITE BULLSEYE : CARDINAL RED #3630-53 TARGET: CARDINAL RED #3630-53 BASE: CHAMPAGNE PEARL (C-20) TO MATCH VALSPAR MICA- 2 COAT #399C245 ILLUMINATION : INTERNAL WITH GE F48T12/CW/HO OR EQUAL PHILLIPS OR OSRAM LAMPS ELECTRICAL : 480V SERVICE 120V BALLASTS WITH STEP DOWN TRANSFORMERS.

10'-11" 3'-6"

12'-0"

1'-1"

SIDE & TOP ELEVATION

B.3.2

Shared Signs and Specifications
General Policy
It is always TARGET'S policy to adhere to their standard sign program as closely as possible. Therefore, whenever TARGET owns their parcel, they reserve the right to have their own sign, independent of any adjacent shopping center sign.
However, in instances where there is only one sign per center allowed by code, and a variance cannot be obtained, TARGET may be willing to share a sign with the shopping center and other major tenants. This is referred to as a "shared sign." These general specifications apply to "shared sign" designs. In anticipation of this situation, TARGET has established an alternative configuration for the pylon signs that, while fulfilling the requirements of the shopping center and other tenants, are specifically designed to maintain the integrity and consistency of the TARGET image. These drawings are general graphic guidelines only, to show the arrangement and proportions of signs. The actual sizes may vary according to the local sign ordinances. Also, the actual construction methods may vary according to the aesthetics of the center and the budget constraints. These factors will be coordinated by TARGET.

General Specifications
All freestanding signs will use the stacked format logo. Target will allow up to six (6) major tenant panels. Developer will provide scaled shop drawings that include fabrication details and specifications to Target and/or Target's Sign Consultant for review and approval prior to fabrication of shared pylons. Target's sign consultant will provide camera ready artwork for Target copy to Developer for use in shared pylons, when provided by Developer. The Developer will be responsible for Target’s cabinet including illumination. Illumination shall be evenly distributed behind sign panels. NOTE: Bullseye center dot and outer ring are always two (2) separate pieces and the space between the dot and outer ring is to be same material and color as field on which the logo is applied, mounted to, or routed out of. All signs to be built to U.L. specifications and are to display U.L. labels. All surfaces, internal and external, are to be cleaned primed, and painted with high quality finish. All sign cabinets are to be extruded or fabricated aluminum. Signs are to have no exposed seams or fasteners and will be free of "oil-canning".

Panaflex Sign
Background 3M / 945 Series White Substrate (Arlon Flexface FX and Cooley Brite accepted); Bullseye and Target letters - 3630-53 Cardinal Red Film vinyl. Exterior finishes, including steel columns (if provided), to be painted Champagne Pearl (C-20) to match Valspar Mica 2-Coat #399C245. Or, equivalent acrylic polyurethane with color match and comparable warrenty must be approved by Target. Sign cabinet to be retainerless bleed face tensioning design. Internally illuminated with cool white H/O lighting. Ballasts to be 120v with step down transformers as required.

Routed and Backed-up Sign
Background is painted white. Base is painted Champagne Pearl (C-20) to match Valspar Mica 2-Coat #399C245 with Suede Finish. Or, equivalent acrylic polyurethane with color match and comparable warrenty must be approved by Target. All copy to be routed out and backed up with 3/16" thick cast acrylic sheet with colors to match colors as noted in Channel letter section. Acrylic sheet chemically bonded and mechanically fastened to aluminum face with minimum face thickness of .125 inches. The space between the outer ring and center dot of logo and counters on Target letters to be fabricated of .125 aluminum and painted to match sign face background color and mechanically fastened to acrylic backer panel. Sign cabinet to be all aluminum construction with internal illumination provided by cool white H/O lighting. Ballasts to be 120v with step down transformers as required.

Channel Letters
Aluminum returns painted with acrylic polyurethane to match face. Trimcap and/or aluminum molding painted to match face. Faces for Pharmacy, Bullseye, and Target letters to be Red LD (light diffusing) 3/16" thick modified acrylic sheet approved by Target. Interior of letters to be painted white. Internally illuminated with red LED lighting approved by Target powered by 120v power supplies.

Bullseye Proportions
Maintaining the correct proportions for the bullseye is imperative. The correct proportions require the stroke of the outer ring and space between the outer ring and center dot be exactly one half the diameter of the center dot on all signs. No exceptions are allowed. See example below.
equal equal equal equal equal equal

B.4.1

SHARED PYLON IDENTIFICATION

SIGN SPECIFICATIONS
SIGN AREA : 176 sq. ft. TOTAL 32 ft. OVERALL HEIGHT CONSTRUCTION : CABINET IS CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION. ANGLE IRON FRAME WITH ALUMINUM CLADDING. EACH END OF CABINET PAINTED WHITE CABINET FEATURES RETAINERLESS BLEED FACE TENSIONING SYSTEM THAT PROVIDES CONTINUOUS ILLUMINATION TO EDGE OF FACE. TENANT COPY IS FLEXIBLE (PANAFLEX) FACES DECORATED WITH FIRST SURFACE 3M SCOTCHCAL FILM. SIGN FACE IS SERIES 945 PANAFLEX DECORATED ON FIRST SURFACE WITH 3M SCOTCHCAL FILM. SUPPORT STEEL IS 16" .250 WALL ROUND COLUMNS. COLORS : CABINET : WHITE WITH WHITE REVEALS FACE BKGD : WHITE BULLSEYE : CARDINAL RED #3630-53 TARGET : CARDINAL RED #3630-53 SUPPORT STEEL : CHAMPAGNE PEARL (C-20) TO MATCH VALSPAR MICA- 2 COAT #399C245
1'-4" DIAMETER POLES

11'-0" 1'-0" 9'-0" 1'-0" 1'-6"

2'-4"

1'-0"

2'-4"

2'-4"

TENANT

9'-0"
19'-10"

32'-0"

TENANT

OPEN

10'-8"

ILLUMINATION : INTERNAL WITH GE F48T12/CW/HO OR EQUAL PHILLIPS OR OSRAM LAMPS ELECTRICAL : 480V SERVICE 120V BALLASTS WITH STEP DOWN TRANSFORMERS.

FRONT & SIDE ELEVATION

B.4.2

Exhibit S Narrative
Developer or Consultant must include a project specific version of this Narrative example in the CPR Book.

Anytown, USA The proposed Target site consists of 16.9-acres of property located in the northeast quadrant of Snelling Avenue and County Road B in Anytown, USA. The proposed site has four major drainage areas. Stormwater discharges from the Target roof will be conveyed west directly into the Snelling Avenue drainage ditch. Drainage from the Target truck dock area will be treated by a Hydro International water quality manhole, and then discharged west to the Snelling Avenue ditch. Stormwater discharges for the majority of the site will be directed east via storm sewer to an underground storage and treatment system before discharge into the Pascal Avenue storm sewer system. The underground system will provide some onsite stormwater detention and will limit discharge flow rates off the site. Storm water runoff from the southerly portion of East Snelling Service Drive and green space surrounding Bio-Filtration Basin 2 will be routed through Bio-Filtration Basin 2 to the underground stormwater detention system. Stormwater runoff from the east-west portion of East Snelling Service Drive will be directed west to proposed storm sewer catch basins located within the public right-of-way, and will be routed through a city drainage swale before discharging to the DOT Snelling Avenue drainage ditch. Stormwater runoff from the northerly portion of East Snelling Service Drive will flow to stormwater catch basins and will discharge to Bio-Filtration Basin 1 before discharging to the DOT ditch via storm sewer pipe and a flared-end section.

Prepared by: Company name: Date:

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EXHIBIT F.1.1

EXPANSIVE SOILS – DESIGN OPTIONS AND PROCEDURES
If expansive soils are encountered during the geotechnical investigation or construction on the Target Tract there are considerations that must be discussed by the project team. In order to mitigate the risk of continuous maintenance and repairs, outlined below is a list of design options and procedures for consideration. The project team should evaluate appropriate items from this list and/or other recommendations from design partners based on the specific nuances of the project. The project design team, including the Civil Engineer and Geotechnical Engineer(s), must review the project to determine which options should be implemented. Directing and keeping water away from the Target building pad and the immediate surrounding area and avoiding excessive soil drying are the goals. 1. GEOTECHNICAL REPORT: a. As per Section 3.C.4.h.2) of Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, provide recommendations for frequency and type of building pad preparation observation, inspection, and testing. b. Hold specific expansive soils discussion with Geotechnical Engineer(s) of Record before the CPR Meeting to determine project-specific mitigation solutions. For example, swell testing can be performed to help evaluate the potential swell potential and swell pressure of the soil. c. Require Geotechnical Engineer of Record to participate in initial and final Site Construction Document coordination calls. 2. BUILDING PAD PREPARATION OPTIONS: a. Ensure building pad preparation limits beyond sides and rear building walls is 10’ outside of building walls. b. Extend building pad preparation limits to 5’ beyond front curb, and then begin a 1:1 slope to transition out of corrected soil, or other slope ratio as recommended by the Geotechnical Engineer(s) of Record. c. Observation, inspection, and testing of building pad preparation must be performed by the Geotechnical Engineer of Record at frequency listed in the geotechnical report. If the Geotechnical Engineer of Record is unable to perform observation, inspection, and testing services, a third party Geotechnical Engineer licensed to perform building pad preparation observations, inspections, and testing may be substituted, under the direct supervision of the Geotechnical Engineer of Record. d. The finished subgrade must be observed and testing immediately prior to pavement placement, base placement, or stabilization to verify the finished subgrade is adequately moisture conditioned to prevent future movement. e. Deliver all building pad preparation reports with the building pad certification form to the Target Owner’s Site Representative. If a failed test is encountered, notification and remediation action plan must be sent within 24 hours to the Target Structural Engineer, Target Development Manager, and Target Owner’s Site Representative via email. f. Building Pad Representation and Certification form to include professional seal and signature of the Geotechnical Engineer of Record. 3. SOIL CONDITIONING OPTIONS: a. Moisture condition soil at exterior building walls at paving areas. b. Developer to install base or non-expansive soil over building pad to help control moisture entering or evaporating from the pad. c. Lime stabilize building pad after certification. d. Target construction team with general contractor(s) to provide report on the plan for managing moisture and precipitation during the construction process. Situations to avoid include:

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1) Ponding water on the building pad 2) Directing downspouts onto or adjacent to the building pad. 3) Permitting precipitation and runoff water to collect in any excavated area below the finished building pad elevation. 4. EXTERIOR DESIGN OPTIONS: a. Increase sidewalk and pavement slope away from the building to a minimum of 1.8% in areas that are required to meet ADA standards. b. In all other areas, slope the pavement a minimum of 3% away from the building. c. Install bathtub structures under sidewalk planters with subsurface drainage routed perpendicular away from the building pad and all building and accessory foundations. d. Use impervious surfaces adjacent to all four sides of the Target building. Locate landscaped areas as far away from the building as possible and, if feasible, avoid irrigation systems. 5. PHASED SHOPPING CENTER REQUIREMENTS: a. A minimum 10’ wide impervious surface is required around the entire Target building if adjacent structures are not constructed concurrently with the Target building. b. Positive slope away from the Target building pad must be maintained throughout construction. c. Property further than 10’ outside the building walls should be evaluated by the Geotechnical Engineer of Record to determine if further risk mitigation is required. d. Target Real Estate will initiate discussion with project team and Developer before the CPR Meeting.

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Developer Guide, Edition 2.13

5. FORMS
Completed versions of the first two forms (A and B) must be included in the CPR Book for review at the CPR Meeting. All forms are available electronically from the respective Target Development Manager, Target Environmental Manager, or Target Structural Engineer, or on line in the PDF version of Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 at pdzone.target.com, or on line in Buzzsaw in the PD Reference Material folder. A. Sitework Cost Estimate Follow the format of this form as is, but it may be modified to include site-specific additional items. This form is available electronically in Microsoft Word and Excel. B. Fire Hydrant Water Flow Test Report (see Section 3.G.5.b) Provide a water flow test from the nearest available fire hydrant and document results and locations of tested hydrant(s) and Target building. Include test report(s) and documentation with a completed version of this form. The Test Report must document the static pressure and residual pressure at the tested flow, adjusted for elevation and friction loss, at the base of the riser in the Target building. C. ALTA Survey Checklist (see Section 3.B.3) This form must be completed by the Surveyor and attached to the preliminary and final ALTA survey. D. Geotechnical Investigation Checklist (see Section 3.C.3) This form must be completed by the Geotechnical Consultant and attached to the cover of the draft and final geotechnical investigation report(s). E. Import Soil Information (see Section 3.D.3.d) This form must be completed by the Developer or General Contractor and submitted to the Target Environmental Manager before the placement of import soil on the Target Tract. This template form is an exhibit to the Site Development Agreement. F. Export Soil Information (see Section 3.D.3.e) This form must be completed by the Developer or General Contractor and submitted to the Target Environmental Manager before the export of soil from the Target Tract. This template form is an exhibit to the Site Development Agreement. G. Environmental Assessment Checklist (see Section 3.D.5.a) This form must be completed by the Environmental Consultant and attached to the cover of the final environmental site assessment report(s). H. Site Construction Documents Coordination Checklist This checklist is for review during the Target approval process of the Site Construction Documents. Developer or Consultant must verify that all applicable items on the list are included on the plans for submittal to Target. The Site Construction Documents must include the Target signature block on the Building Walk-Around Plan for recording approval by the Target project team. The signature block is available electronically in Microsoft Word. I. Target Building Pad Representation and Certification (see Section 3.F.8.d) This form must be completed by the Developer upon completion of the Target building pad and submitted to Target’s Owner’s Site Representative (OSR) not more than 15 days before delivering the pad to Target. This template form is an exhibit to the Site Development Agreement. J. Certificate of Building Pad Delivery (see Section 3.F.9.) This form must be completed by the Developer upon completion of the Target building pad, access road, construction surface, staging area, temporary utilities, and staking permanent utility and roof drain leader connection locations. The form is submitted to the Target Owner’s Site Representative (OSR) upon turning the pad over to Target. This template form is an exhibit to the Site Development Agreement. 5.1

Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 K. Certificate of Completion of Site Improvement Work (see Section 3.F.10.) This form must be completed by the Developer upon completion of the site improvements and submitted to Target’s Owner’s Site Representative (OSR). This template form is an exhibit to the Site Development Agreement. L. Leed NC 2009 Retail Volume Program Checklist (see Section 1.D.) This form must be completed by the Developer or Consultant at the initial stage of a project. If applicable, include the completed form in the CPR Book. This form is available electronically in Microsoft Word.

5.2

SITEWORK COST ESTIMATE

T- _ _ _ _

This form must be completed by the Developer or Consultant and included in the CPR Book.

All sitework costs must be shown in the SITEWORK COST ESTIMATE. Project Costs include, but are not limited to: onsite preparation; on-site and off-site improvements, utilities, and signs; general conditions; consultant fees; and regulatory fees. Show all regulatory fees in the summary below. PROJECT COSTS1: Regulatory fees shared between Developer and Target covering the overall development. Only Project Costs are shown in the SITEWORK COST ESTIMATE at the corresponding item location. NON-PROJECT COSTS2: Regulatory fees that are the sole responsibility of the Developer or Target. Non-project costs are not shown in the SITEWORK COST ESTIMATE. All fees, except Meter / Hook Up Fees, listed below must be excluded from the Target building permit fee.

REGULATORY FEE SUMMARY:
Non-Project Costs2 Developer Target PERMITS: A charge to the development to allow specific work to proceed in the overall development. Fee Type Sitework Demolition Grading Stormwater Other
Item 1.1 Item 1.2 Item 1.3 Item 1.4 Item 1.5 taken on site.

Project Costs1

___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________

____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________

____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________

MITIGATION FEES: A charge to the development for an environmental resource negatively impacted and no corrective action Environmental Resource Item 2.1
to the new development.

___________

____________

____________

IMPACT FEES: A charge to the development to offset costs of additional public improvements directly or indirectly attributable

Traffic Impact Other
UTILITY FEES:

Item 2.2 Item 2.3

___________ ___________

____________ ____________

____________ ____________

Access: A charge to the development to help build utility capacity or pay for recently created capacity . Water Storm Sewer Sanitary Sewer Water Gas Storm Sewer Sanitary Sewer Electric Water Gas Electric
Item 12.10 Item 14.10 Item 15.8

___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ Page 1 of 10

____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________

____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 01/01/13

Connection / Tap: A charge to the development to connect the overall development to the existing utility distribution system.
Item 12.9 Item 13.3 Item 14.9 Item 15.7 Item 17.4

Meter / Hook Up: Building specific fee to open a new account or pay for any applicable meter costs.
Item 12.11 Item 13.4 Item 17.5

SITEWORK COST ESTIMATE
Sitework - Developer / Target Quantity Unit Unit Price Total 100 % Target _____ %

1.011 SITE GOVERNMENT PERMITS / FEES
1 Permits. 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2 Fees. 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 3 Environmental Resource ________ Traffic Impact Other Impact _________________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 01107

Sitework Demolition Grading Stormwater ________________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________

_____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 01067

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

Receipts Tax. 3.1 3.2 _________________ _________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 01517

SUBTOTAL SITE GOVERNMENT PERMITS / FEES - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 1 through 3)

1.014 ON-SITE PREPARATION
4 Demolition. 4.1 Structures 4.2 5 Utilities ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02050

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ 01/01/13

Remediation. 5.1 5.2 _________________ _________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02075

6

Clearing. 6.1 6.2 _________________ _________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02110

7

Earthwork. 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02200

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Sitework - Developer / Target

Quantity

Unit

Unit Price

Total 100 %

Target _____ %

8

Staging. 8.1 8.2 8.3 Staging Area Access Road Construction Surface ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02250

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

9

Temporary Utilities. 9.1 9.2 9.3 Water Service Electric Service Telephone Service ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02260

10

Gas, Oil & Chemical Pipes.(Construct / Relocate) 10.1 10.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02680

11

Mitigation. 11.1 _________________ 11.2 _________________

________ ________

_____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02775

SUBTOTAL ON-SITE PREPARATION - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 4 through 11)

1.015 ON-SITE UTILITIES
12 Water Service. 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 12.8 12.9 12.10 12.11 12.12 12.13 Pipe Size __________ Pipe Size __________ Pipe Size __________ Gate Valve Fire Hydrants Fire Dept Connection Water Service Vault for Meter Connection / Tap Fee Access Fee Meter / Hook Up Fee __________________ __________________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02660

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

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Sitework - Developer / Target

Quantity

Unit

Unit Price

Total 100 %

Target _____ %

13

Natural Gas. 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 Meter Vault Distribution Connection / Tap Fee Meter / Hook Up Fee __________________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02685

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ 01/01/13

14

Storm Sewer. 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 14.6 14.7 14.8 14.9 14.10 14.11 14.12 Pipe Size __________ Pipe Size __________ Pipe Size __________ Pipe Size __________ Drain Inlets Maintenance Hole(s) Finger Drains Drain Tile Connection / Tap Fee Access Fee __________________ __________________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02720

15

Sanitary Sewer. 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 15.5 15.6 15.7 15.8 15.9 15.10 Pipe Size __________ Pipe Size __________ Pipe Size__________ Maintenance Hole(s) Cleanout(s) Pump Station Connection / Tap Fee Access Fee __________________ __________________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02730

16

Detention / Retention Ponds. 16.1 16.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02770

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Quantity

Unit

Unit Price

Total 100 %

Target _____ %

17

Electric Service. 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 Transformer(s) Transformer Pad(s) Vault(s) for Meter Connection / Tap Fee Meter / Hook Up Fee __________________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02786

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

18

Telephone 18.1 18.2 Phone Conduit __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02790

SUBTOTAL ON-SITE UTILITIES - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 12 through 18)

1.016 ON-SITE IMPROVEMENTS
19 Aggregate Base. 19.1 19.2 20 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02230

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ 01/01/13

Stabilized Subgrade. 20.1 20.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02240

21

Concrete Paving. 21.1 21.2 21.3 Light Duty Paving Heavy Duty Paving __________________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02512

22

Asphalt Paving. 22.1 22.2 22.3 Light Duty Paving Heavy Duty Paving __________________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02513

23

Sidewalks. (non-building) 23.1 23.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02514

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Quantity

Unit

Unit Price

Total 100 %

Target _____ %

24

Precast Concrete Curbs. 24.1 24.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02526

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ ___________ ___________ ___________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ 01/01/13

25

Concrete Curbs / Islands. 25.1 25.2 25.3 __________________ __________________ __________________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02528

26

Curb Cuts / Entrance Aprons. 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02529

27

Parking Lot Striping. 27.1 27.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02580

28

Underground Sprinkler / Irrigation System. 28.1 28.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02810

29

Target Sidewalk Irrigation. 29.1 29.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02813

30

Perimeter Fencing / Screen Walls. 30.1 30.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02830

31

Parking Lot Signs. 31.1 31.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02842

32

Landscaping. 32.1 32.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02900

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Quantity

Unit

Unit Price

Total 100 %

Target _____ %

33

Target Sidewalk Landscaping. 33.1 33.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02903

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

34

Retaining Wall. 34.1 34.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 03310

35

Lighting. 35.1 35.2 35.3 Concrete Bases Conduit Poles and Fixtures ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 16530

SUBTOTAL ON-SITE IMPROVEMENTS - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 19 through 35)

1.017 OFF-SITE IMPROVEMENTS
36 Streets, Turn Lanes and Medians. 36.1 36.2 36.3 37 Utilities. 37.1 37.2 38 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02600

__________________ __________________ __________________

________ ________ ________

_____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02550

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

Traffic Signals. 38.1 38.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02843

39

Earthwork. 39.1 39.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02875

40

Landscaping. 40.1 40.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02901

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Quantity

Unit

Unit Price

Total 100 %

Target _____ %

41

Lighting. 41.1 41.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 16550

__________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________

SUBTOTAL OFF-SITE IMPROVEMENTS - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 36 through 41)

1.100 SIGNS
42 Shared Signs. 42.1 42.2 Pylon Monument ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 50000

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________

SUBTOTAL SIGNS - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 42) GRAND SUBTOTAL ALL SITEWORK - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 1 - 42)

1.012 GENERAL CONDITIONS
43 Cost of Bonds. 43.1 43.2 44 On-Site Off-Site ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 00605

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

Sitework Contractor's General Conditions. 44.1 44.2 44.3 44.4 General Conditions Construction Layout Inspection / Testing Overhead and Profit ________ ________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 01510

45

Target As Developer. 45.1 45.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 01511

46

Contingency. 46.1 46.2 __________________ __________________ ________ ________ _____ __________ _____ __________
TOTAL 02000

SUBTOTAL GENERAL CONDITIONS - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 43 through 46):

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Quantity

Unit

Unit Price

Total 100 %

Target _____ %

1.020 IMPROVEMENT REIMBURSEMENTS:
47 Required Developer Reimbursements to Target. 47.1 47.2 47.3 47.4 47.5 48 48.1 48.2 Target Parcel Parcel 1 Parcel 2 Parcel 3 __________________ __________________ __________________
TOTAL 17050 TOTAL 17041 TOTAL 17042 TOTAL 17043 TOTAL 17044 TOTAL

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

Target Excess Site Improvement Costs. (Possible future recapture)

SUBTOTAL IMPROVEMENT REIMBURSEMENTS - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 47 through 48)

1.030 SITE DESIGN
49 Consultant Fees. 49.1 49.2 49.3 49.4 49.5 49.6 49.7 49.8 49.9 49.10 49.11 49.12 49.13 49.14 49.15 49.16 49.17 49.18 49.19 49.20 49.21 20010 ALTA Survey 20020 Boundary / Topo / Utility Survey 20100 Grading Plan 20110 Utility Plan 20120 Landscape Plan 20150 Site Plan 20200 Zoning Consultant 20230 Public Sector Financing 20250 Plat / Parcel Mapping 20300 Geotechnical Investigation 20305 Site Feasibility 20320 Traffic Consultant 20400 Off-Site Services 20450 Reimbursables 20470 Traffic Engineer Reimbursables 20480 Exhibit X 20485 Government Fees 20490 Plan Reviews 20495 Entitlements 20750 Outside Legal Fees 70250 Environmental Site Assessment __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

SUBTOTAL SITE DESIGN - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 49)

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Sitework - Developer / Target

Total 100 %

Target _____ %

SITEWORK COST ESTIMATE SUMMARY:
SUBTOTAL SITE GOVERNMENT PERMITS / FEES (Items 1-3): SUBTOTAL ON-SITE PREPARATION (Items 4 -11): SUBTOTAL ON-SITE UTILITIES (Items 12 - 18): SUBTOTAL ON-SITE IMPROVEMENTS (Items 19 - 35): SUBTOTAL OFF-SITE IMPROVEMENTS (Items 35 - 41): SUBTOTAL SIGNS (Item 42): SUBTOTAL GENERAL CONDITIONS (Items 43 - 46): SUBTOTAL IMPROVEMENT REIMBURSEMENTS (Items 47 - 48): SUBTOTAL SITE DESIGN (Items 49): __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

GRAND TOTAL SHARED SITEWORK ESTIMATE 1.050 PUBLIC FINANCING
50 Reimbursements. 50.1 50.2 50.3 50.4 50.5 Tax Increment Financing Property Tax Abatement Infrastructure Improvements __________________ __________________
TOTAL 01066

__________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

SUBTOTAL PUBLIC FINANCING - DEVELOPER / TARGET (Subtotal Items 50)

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FIRE HYDRANT WATER FLOW TEST REPORT
Include Test Reports and Location Map of Hydrants and Target Building

PROJECT NAME: REPORT:

Report Date:

________

Test Date:

________

Flow Test Data: Metered Hydrant Elevation ______ FT Distance from Hydrant to Target Building Connection ____Linear FT Curve 1: Test Static Pressure: (PSI) Test Residual Pressure: (PSI)

Select: Looped (GPM)

Dead End Main

Test Flow Rate:

CHART:
Target Finished Floor Elevation (FFE) ______ FT Elevation Difference (Metered Hydrant – Target FFE): FT (value can be negative) Pressures Adjustment = Elevation Difference (from above) x 0.433333 PSI per foot = ______PSI (value can be negative) Curve 2: Adjusted Static Pressure: (PSI) [AIM Scope Notes: PSI Static at 0 GPM] Adjusted Residual Pressure: (PSI) Tested Flow Rate: (GPM) [AIM Scope Notes: Tested Results Adjusted for Elevation] Adjusted Static Pressure = Test Static pressure + Pressure adjustment (from above) Adjusted Residual Pressure = Test Residual Pressure + Pressure Adjustment
Note: If the store elevation is higher than tested elevation, the adjusted pressure should be lower than tested.

 Static pressure is the pressure at a flow of 0 GPM  Graph test Curve 1 and adjusted Curve 2 and label accordingly.  15 Foot Storage - If any portions of the adjusted Curve 2 falls within the dark shaded area provide a fire pump. If curve is below 20 PSI at 1490 GPM provide a water storage tank (see Point A note below).  19+ Foot Storage - If any portions of the adjusted Curve 2 falls within the light or dark shaded area provided a fire pump. If curve is below 20 PSI at 1820 GPM provide a water storage tank (see Point B note below).  Contact Target Engineering for multi-level stores.

Pressure (PSI)

Fire Pump Required

Water Tank Required

This is water supply graph with logarithmic grid format. The supply curve will be plotted as a straight line. The static pressure will occur on the “Y” axis at a flow of zero GPM. The residual pressure and flow will be plotted inside the grid.

Water Flow (GPM)
Point A - 50 PSI (adjusted pressure) at 1490 GPM is the guideline for deleting fire pump with 15 foot storage. If pressure falls below 20 PSI at 1490 GPM provide a water tank capable of supplementing the public water supply. The tank will be sized to provide a continuous water supply of 1000 GPM for 120 minutes to the fire pump. Point B - 60 PSI (adjusted pressure) at 1820 GPM is the guideline for deleting fire pump with 19 foot storage. If pressure falls below 20 PSI at 1820 GPM provide a water tank capable of supplementing the public water supply. The tank will be sized to provide a continuous water supply of 1320 GPM for 120 minutes to the fire pump.

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ALTA SURVEY CHECKLIST
Surveyor must attach a completed copy of this form to the preliminary and final ALTA Survey

TARGET project name:
Submittal requirements: Transmittal letter stating survey is a Preliminary or Final survey Survey includes surveyor certification Survey includes the date: month, day, year Final survey signed and sealed / stamped by project surveyor PDF of final signed survey saved as one file Certificate of insurance Survey Contents: first sheet Show and label entire shopping center subject to OEA Show and label separate parcels with dotted lines, letters, and numerals Show and label Target Tract, Developer Tract and Other Tract Legal description of shopping center, Developer Tract and Other Tract Property boundary record and measured bearings and distances Area calculations in square feet and acres Survey Contents: second sheet Show only Target Tract Legal description Legal description from plat, plan subdivision or parcel map Area calculations in square feet and acres Contents for both sheets: Monuments placed or found at Target Tract or shopping center boundaries or tied to nearest existing monuments Closure to 1/100 of a foot Measured and record bearings and distances Three boundary corners with world reference coordinate system Coordinate system source Units of coordinate system

__________________________________
Comments Included Included Included Included Included Included

Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included

Included Included Included Included Included Included

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ALTA SURVEY CHECKLIST (continued)
Comments Show adjacent property line extensions Label adjacent property land use Label adjacent property specific recorded name Contours and vegetation not shown Show matters to remove exceptions from title policy Encumbering and appurtenant easements with dimensions, recording data, nature of easement Title commitment date and number Site zip code Show location of all buildings Show all wetlands Statement of no wetlands Source of wetlands information Site address Latest revision date Table A requirements: 1. Monuments placed 2. Vicinity map with property in reference to nearby highway 3. Flood zone designation 4. Gross land area 8. Substantial, visible improvements 11. Location of utilities – (a) observed evidence 14. Distance to nearest intersecting street 19. Location of wetland areas

Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included

Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable

Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included

Company: Name: Title: Date:

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GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION CHECKLIST
Consultant must attach a completed copy of this form to the cover of the Geotechnical Investigation Draft and Final Report

TARGET project name:
Submittal requirements: Transmittal letter stating report is a Draft Report or Final Report Cover page of report includes the date: month, day, year Final Report signed and sealed / stamped by project engineer CD with PDF of Final Report saved as one file Certificate of insurance Report Contents: Statement of Guide compliance Site description Boring logs Field and laboratory tests Subsurface profiles Boring locations drawing Groundwater Analysis and recommendations Seismicity Lateral earth pressure Corrosivity Cement type Global Stability Shear wave velocity testing Seismic analysis Site Grading Recommendations: Completed pad statement Inclement Weather Existing material size limit Excavation, fill, moisture conditioning Compacted fill testing frequency Fill material size limit Import Soil Information Surcharging Slopes adjacent to pad Subsurface Drainage Recommendations: Catch basins Landscaped islands Front sidewalk curb Compaction Recommendations: Moisture content range Loose lift thickness Below footing level Beneath interior slabs on grade Beneath paving Utility trenches backfill Beneath landscaped areas Beneath sidewalks and exterior slabs Embankments of stormwater ponds
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Comments Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included
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Not Applicable Not Applicable

GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION CHECKLIST (continued)
Comments Building pad representation: Pad representation requirement Pad certification requirement Foundation recommendations: Settlement Static Seismic Settlement plates Shallow foundations Bearing pressure Frost depths (heat, non-heated) Minimum footing widths Trench footings suitability Rock removal Particle size limit Drilled pier foundations End bearing pressure Depths for uplift or negative load Depth for positive side friction End bearing elevations Probability / type of obstructions Maximum bell angle Min / Max bell to shaft diameter ratio Casing recommendation Minimum pipe diameter Pile foundations Type and length Load capacity Installation recommendations Driving hammers / energy Pavement Recommendations: Asphalt paving section Light duty paving Heavy duty paving 20 year design Subgrade drainage Calculations Material specifications Concrete paving section Light duty paving Heavy duty paving 30 year design Subgrade drainage Calculations Material specifications Floor Slab Recommendations: Underslab material Floor movement Slab reinforcement Subsoil water conditions Minimum depth of rock removal Other Recommendations: Included
Company: Name: Title: Date:

Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Included

Not Applicable Not Applicable

Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable

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IMPORT SOIL INFORMATION
Developer or General Contractor must submit a completed copy of this form to the Target Environmental Manager for review and approval before placing any imported soil on the Target Tract

Project Location / Address

T-number Date

Target OSR General Contractor Proposed Source Site and Address Proposed Import Volume Source Site Contact Source Site Contact Address (if different than source site)

Phone Phone

Phone

Describe proposed source soils original source (e.g. native soil, fill materials stockpiled from secondary off-site source, etc.).

Describe current and historic use of source site.

Is a copy of a Phase I Report or an environmental database report attached? Is environmental chemical lab data available? If yes, attach a copy (lab analysis takes several days to complete) Is soil sampling required by regulatory agency?

Yes Yes Yes

No No No

Location of import materials on Target parcel (include a site plan with the approximate location identified).

The undersigned hereby attests to Target that the import soil to be placed on the Target Tract is clean and does not exhibit any unusual characteristics (strong odors, atypical colors, visual debris, etc.). Preparer signature Address Preparer name Date Phone

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EXPORT SOIL INFORMATION
Developer or General Contractor must submit a completed copy of this form to the Target Environmental Manager for review and approval before removing 500 CY or more of soil from the Target Tract

Project Location / Address

T-number Date

Target OSR General Contractor

Phone Phone

Proposed Destination Site / Address Proposed Export Volume Destination Site Contact Destination Site Contact Address (if different than destination site)

Phone

Describe the planned property use at the destination site.

Describe why the imported fill is needed at the destination site (e.g., backfill an excavation, increase elevation to achieve design grade, temporary staging for a future redevelopment project, etc.).

The undersigned hereby attests to Target that the soil to be exported from the Target Tract is clean and does not exhibit any unusual characteristics (strong odors, atypical colors, visual debris, etc.). Preparer signature Address Preparer name Date Phone

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ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST
Consultant must attach a completed copy of this form to the cover of the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Report

Project Name and State: Important Dates: Date of site walk Date of report Date of interviews (list oldest if more than one date) Date of record reviews (list oldest if more than one date) Target specific requirements: Site plan, showing Target parcel, RECs and overall development Certificate of insurance Proposal with Terms & Conditions Reliance / Target named in report PDF of final report saved as one file Describe proposed development process If items above not included, why?

_______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ Included Included Included Included Included Included Not included Not included Not included Not included Not included Not included

Agency file reviews: Historical / Records review: City directories Title / ownership Fire insurance maps Well logs Building / fire insp. records Tax records Regulatory interviews Current owner interviews Previous owner interviews Aerial photographs Topography Plats Utility easements Wetlands Critical habitat Endangered species Cultural resources Meteorological assessment Institutional control Engineering control Environmental liens Potential vapor encroachment condition Potential natural resource damage

Federal Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Reviewed Present Present Present Present Present

State Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Not present Not present Not present Not present Not present

County Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Future Future Future Future Future

Local If not reviewed, why? *

*Not Applicable is not an appropriate response.

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Site reconnaissance: Dumping / storage areas Surface Buried Underground storage tanks Aboveground storage tanks Water wells Haz. material use, storage, disp. PCBs Asbestos Lead based paint Adjacent property impacts Utilities Easements Potential wetlands Critical habitat Endangered species Structures Other concerns _____________ Groundwater geology: Groundwater contamination Soil contamination Aquifer contamination Groundwater flow direction / depth Additional investigation / activities: Soil Groundwater Vapor intrusion Methane Off-site impact ACM / LBP / Hazardous materials Wetlands Other ______________________ Building demolition

Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing

Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical Historical

Shown on site plan (circle one) Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No Not encountered Yes No

Encountered Encountered Encountered

Likely Likely Likely

Not likely Not likely Not likely

Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not required

Recommended Recommended Recommended Recommended Recommended Recommended Recommended Recommended Required

Completed ** Completed ** Completed Completed Completed Completed Completed Completed

**If already completed, provide report and reliance to Target Name: Title: Date:

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SUMMARY OF RECS
Description of REC Further action required REC Yes / No HREC

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SITE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS COORDINATION CHECKLIST
The Site Construction Documents must be approved by Target for constructing the Target Project. Developer or Civil Engineer Consultant will prepare the Site Construction Documents in compliance with Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 and the Site Development Agreement, and coordinate with the Target project team during their preparation of the Target Building Documents.

APPROVAL PROCESS:
1. CPR Meeting:
Before the CPR Meeting the Target Development Manager will coordinate the Target project team with the Developer or Civil Engineer Consultant to prepare preliminary site improvement plans in compliance with Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 and the applicable RE1 Building Site Criteria drawing. Preliminary site improvement plans by Developer or Civil Engineer Consultant must be at least 80% complete at the CPR Meeting.

2. Initial Coordination Meeting:
No later than two weeks after the CPR Meeting, the Target Development Manager facilitates review of the Site Construction Documents by the Civil Engineer and the Target Real Estate, Architecture, Engineering, and Construction project team. The Site Construction Documents Coordination Checklist is used to review the plans. Any and all regulatory requirements, governmental standards and details, local practices, customary information accepted by the respective disciplines, and Target specific requirements must be shown or identified on the plans. The Civil Engineer updates the Site Construction Documents based on the project team review and posts a complete set of updated Site Construction Documents to Buzzsaw in the folder: Site Const. Docs: Initial Coordination Set.

3. CEC Approval:
After project approval by Target CEC, the Target Development Manager authorizes Developer or Civil Engineer Consultant to complete the Site Construction Documents to 100%. The Civil Engineer and the Target project team informally coordinate the Site Construction Documents and the Target Building Documents throughout the development and completion of each set of documents.

4. Final Coordination Meeting:
When the 95% Target Building Review Meeting is scheduled by the Target Project Architect the Civil Engineer must post a complete set of updated Site Construction Documents to Buzzsaw in the folder: Site Const. Docs: Final Coordination Set. The Civil Engineer and Target’s Real Estate, Architecture, Engineering, and Construction project team uses the Site Construction Documents Checklist to review the plans. The review includes a “Building Walk-Around” facilitated by the Target Project Architect. The Civil Engineer updates the Site Construction Documents and posts a complete set of the updated plans to Buzzsaw in the folder: Site Const. Docs: Target Approved Set. If applicable, the specifications book for the plans is posted to this same folder.

5. Approved Site Construction Documents:
Site Construction Documents acceptable to Target will be approved pursuant to the Site Development Agreement and authorized for distribution, bidding and construction. Any proposed revisions to the approved plans must be submitted to the Target Development Manager for Target project team review and comment / approval.

Building Walk - Around Plan Signature Block
Illustrated below is the signature block and approval statement that must be included on the Site Construction Documents Building Walk - Around Plan for approval by the Target project team.

REVIEWED BY: Development Manager (DM) Project Architect (PA)

□ Revise and Resubmit □ Revise and Resubmit □ Revise and Resubmit □ Revise and Resubmit □ Revise and Resubmit □ Revise and Resubmit

□ Approved as Noted □ Approved as Noted □ Approved as Noted □ Approved as Noted □ Approved as Noted □ Approved as Noted

/ / / / / /

□ Approved □ Approved □ Approved □ Approved □ Approved □ Approved

Project Mechanical Engineer (ME) Project Electrical Engineer (EE)

Project Structural Engineer (SE) Construction (PM)

Approved only for coordination between the Site Construction Documents with the Target Building Documents. Consultant is solely responsible for completeness, accuracy, and dimensions on the Site Construction Documents and compliance with requirements of Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, and the Site Development Agreement.

The Site Construction Documents review process is documented at each step using the Site Construction Documents Coordination Checklist. The following information pertaining to the Civil Engineer and the meetings will be recorded: TARGET Project Name: Civil Engineer Contact Information Name: Phone: Email: Initial Coordination Meeting Date and Time: Location: Final Coordination Meeting Date and Time: Location: Status of Site Construction Documents and Final Civil Review Meeting:

□ Revise and Resubmit

□ Approved as Noted

□ Approved

Site Construction Documents Coordination Checklist
Each plan of the Target Tract shall be on a single sheet and drawn to a scale not less than 1"= 50'.
A. BUILDING WALK - AROUND PLAN INFORMATION (Scale: 1" = 20')
Sheet No. 1. PA Target building and front sidewalk: spot elevations at doors, building corners, 50' max. O.C. along building perimeter and top and gutter front curb O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Limits of Target building pad O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Horiztontal control at Target building corners O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Target finished floor and pad elevation O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Adjacent building finished floor elevation O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Target branded concrete entry crosswalk and accessible parking spaces plan with spot elevations and details O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Section details of rolled, flush, and vertical curbs and grooving detail O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Target truck dock, compactor and maneuvering area with spot elevations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Building connection locations for sanitary and storm sewer with inverts; water, irrigation and natural gas connection locations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Building connection locations for electrical, phone, and site lighting, and location of transformer and generator O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Target signature block O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

2. Const. 3. Const. 4. DM 5. DM 6. DM

7. DM 8. SE 9. ME

________ ________ ________

10. EE

________

11. DM

________

B. SITE SURVEY AND TOPOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
1. DM. 2. DM 3. DM 4. DM 5. DM 6. DM 7. DM 8. DM 9. DM Existing conditions O Indicated Existing topography O Indicated Access easement O Indicated Reciprocal easment O Indicated Utility easement O Indicated Bench mark O Indicated Horizontal control O Indicated Property lines O Indicated Legal description O Indicated ________ O Missing O Missing O Missing O Missing O Missing O Missing O Missing O Missing O Missing O Incomplete O Incomplete O Incomplete O Incomplete O Incomplete O Incomplete O Incomplete O Incomplete O Incomplete O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA

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C. SITE PREPARATION, DEMOLITION AND BUILDING PAD INFORMATION
Sheet No. 1. Const. Pollution prevention and erosion control compliance statement See Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 Section 3.F.1.a. O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Limits of Target building pad O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA All weather access road to Target staging area and building pad O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA All weather Target staging area O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA All weather construction surface around Target building area O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Temporary utilities for Target tract O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Area, height and duration of soil surcharge, if any O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Existing buildings to be demolished O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Existing pavement to be demolished O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Existing utilities to be demolished O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

2. Const. 3. Const. 4. Const. 5. Const. 6. Const. 7. Const. 8. DM 9. DM 10. DM

D. LAYOUT AND SITE PLAN INFORMATION
1. Const. 2. PA 3. PA 4. PA 5. DM 6. DM 7. DM Horizontal control coordinates at bulding corners O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Overall dimensions of Target building O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Dimensions from Target building to property lines O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Dimensions from Target building to adjacent buildings O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Unlimited area building setback O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Exit pathways and width O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Size of parking stalls and parking bay widths, including accessible stalls O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Parking count on Target tract and Developer tract O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Parking ratio on Target tract and Developer tract O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Location of compact stalls if any O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Location and number of shopping cart corrals O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Site bollards by Developer O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Site bollards by Target O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Light pole locations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Site pavement striping and graphics O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Page 2 of 7 ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA

8. DM 9. DM 10. DM 11. DM 12. DM 13. DM 14. DM 15. DM

16. DM 17. DM 18. DM 19. DM 20. DM

Traffic control signage O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Trash compactor O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Truck dock screen wall- separate from building O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Site retaining walls O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete Location of all site signage O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete

Sheet No. ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA ________ O NA

E. GRADING AND DRAINAGE INFORMATION
1. SE 2. SE 3. SE 4. SE 5. DM 6. DM 7. DM Finished floor elevation of Target building O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Pad elevation of Target building O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Adjacent building(s) finished floor elevations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Percent of slope at truck dock area O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Benchmark location, description and elevation O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Construction limits on Target tract for building and site construction O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Geotechnical Investigation Report information noted: Title, date and consultant name O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Percent of slope in parking areas and drives O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Slope ratio on slopes, landscaped areas, berms and embankments O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Spot elevations: At accessible parking stall area (on enlarged plan) O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Around Target building perimeter including all corners (50' O.C. Min) O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Front sidewalk of Target: At building and at top and gutter of curb O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Around truck dock perimeter and apron (on enlarged plan) O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA At truckers door landing and, if required, ramp O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA At all doors and exit stoops O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

8. DM 9. DM

________ ________

10. DM 11. PA 12. PA 13. PA 14. PA 15. PA

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

F. STORM SEWER INFORMATION
1. SE 2. ME 3. ME Truck dock drain O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Front roof drain leader connection locations, sizes and invert elevations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Rear roof drain leader connection locations, sizes and invert elevations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA ________ ________ ________

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4. DM 5. DM 6. DM 7. DM 8. DM 9. DM 10. DM 11. DM 12. DM 13. DM

Storm sewer pipe profiles with 25-year and 100-year hydraulic grade O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Locations of catch basins, dry wells, storm sewer piping O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Detention / retention areas O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Stormwater pond fencing O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Water quality facilities O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Finger drains at catch basins, if required O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Draintile at landscaped islands, if required O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Draintile at sidewalk planters, if required O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Draintile at front sidewalk curb, if required O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Permanent erosion control protection at roof drain leaders, overflow scuppers and pipe outlets O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA

Sheet No. ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

G. PAVEMENT DESIGN INFORMATION
1. DM 2. DM 3. DM 4. DM 5. DM 6. DM Bituminous pavement areas identified O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Concrete pavement areas identified O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Heavy duty pavement locations identified O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Paving sections match those in geotechnical report and Scope Notes O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Curb and gutter locations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Concrete at truck dock maneuvering area, if any O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

H. UTILITY INFORMATION
1. ME 2. ME 3. ME 4. ME Sanitary Sewer: Locations and size of piping O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of building connections with invert elevations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Grease trap size and location O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Lift station, if any O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Fire Protection: Fire hydrant locations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Locations and size of piping O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of building connection with invert elevations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Fire department connection (FDC) location O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Page 4 of 7 ________ ________ ________ ________

5. DM 6. ME 7. ME 8. ME

________ ________ ________ ________

9. ME 10. ME 11. ME 12. ME

13. ME 14. ME 15. ME 16. ME

17. ME 18. ME

19. ME 20. ME 21. ME

22. EE 23. EE

24. EE 25. EE 26. EE 27. EE 28. EE 29. EE 30. EE 31. EE 32. EE

33. EE

Post indicator valve (PIV) location O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Meter location O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Vault locations, if any O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Check valve, back flow preventer and detector check O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Domestic Water: Locations and sizes of piping O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of building connection with invert elevation O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Water meter and vault locations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Check valve and back flow preventer O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Irrigation: Irrigation water supply and control locations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Irrigation controller locations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Natural Gas: Location of piping O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of building connection O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of meter O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Phone: Location and size of conduit O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of building connection O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Electrical: Location of primary line O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Transformer location and size O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of secondary line O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of building connection O Indicated Missing O Incomplete O NA Meter location O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Emergency generator location O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Emergency generator clearances O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Emergency generator conduits O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Solar equipment location O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Site Lighting: Location of building connection O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Page 5 of 7

Sheet No. ________ ________ ________ ________

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________ ________

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________

34. EE 35. EE

Size of conduit O Indicated O Missing Target control of site lighting O Indicated O Missing

Sheet No. ________ O Incomplete O Incomplete O NA ________ O NA

I. SITE LIGHTING INFORMATION
1. DM 2. SE 3. EE 4. EE Photometric Plan: Location of Employee Parking Area shown on circuitry plan O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Details of concrete bases for poles O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Target property lines, building outline, parking areas and drives O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Calculated footcandle levels on a point by point grid spacing at 20 feet out to 0.0 FC O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Pole locations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Fixture mounting heights O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Fixture manufacturer matches that in Scope Notes O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Light fixture type, manufacturer, catalog number and distribution type. O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Lamp types, wattages and lumens / lamp O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Lamp types, wattages and lumens / lamp O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Pole material O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Pole color O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Average, maximum and minimum footcandles O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Uniformity ratio: average FC / minimum FC and maximum FC / minimum FC O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Light Loss Factor (LLF) O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Lighting design level O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Statement that plan conforms to Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Circuitry plan for Target tract O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Electrical specifications for Target tract O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA ________ ________ ________ ________

5. EE 6. EE 7. EE 8. EE 9. EE 9. EE 10. EE 11. EE 12. EE 13. EE

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

14. EE 15. EE 16. EE 17. EE 18. EE

J. LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION INFORMATION
1. DM 2. DM 3. DM Location of all required plant material, ground cover and sod O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Target sidewalk landscaping plan 1" = 20' O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Target cart screening O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Page 6 of 7 ________ ________ ________

4. DM 5. DM 6. DM 7. ME

8. ME 9. ME 10. Const.

11. Const.

Schedule of plant material O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Landscape and Irrigation text from Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13 O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of conservation area signs O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Landscape amentities, fountains, water features, etc. O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Irrigation notes on landscape plans: Irrigation water source O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Irrigation controls location O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Submit shop drawings of irrigation system to Target OSR for approval prior to installation O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Provide As-Built drawings of irrigation system to Target OSR after installation O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA

Sheet No. ________ ________ ________ ________

________ ________ ________

________

K. ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION
1. DM Accessibility standards compliance statement See Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, Section 3.E.7.f. O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA ________

L. STRUCTURED PARKING INFORMATION
1. DM Accessibility standards compliance statement See Target Developer Guide, Edition 2.13, Section 3.E.7.f. O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Exterior Grades O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Location of Employee Parking Area shown on circuiting plan O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Floor elevations O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Spot elevations at stair access/exit routes O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Sprinkler piping and other clearances O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Interior Grades O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Ventilation O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Drainage O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Security O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Lighting O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA Access control O Indicated O Missing O Incomplete O NA ________

2. DM 3. DM 4. PA 5. PA 6. PA 7. PA 8. ME 9. ME 10. EE 11. EE 12. EE

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

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BUILDING PAD REPRESENTATION AND CERTIFICATION
Developer must submit two (2) completed copies of this form to the Target Owner’s Site Representative not more than 15 days before delivery and acceptance of the Certificate of Building Pad Delivery.

Project Name:

Project T#:

Geotechnical:
1. The undersigned Geotechnical Engineer hereby represents in his or her professional opinion that all earthwork preparation for the Target building “Pad”, as defined in Section 3(B) of the Site Development Agreement, was completed in compliance with the geotechnical investigation report(s), as amended, prepared by dated and with the Target approved Site Construction Documents and s pecif ications prepared by _ dated 2. The undersigned hereby certifies to Target that preparation of the Target building “Pad” was observed, inspected, and tested at intervals appropriate to the site conditions by me or under my direct supervision commencing on with a completion on . Detailed compilation of all observations, test data, interpretations and conclusions are attached.
Company: By: Registration No.: Date: . (not valid unless sealed)
Target Pad Elevation.

Survey:

Target Finished Floor Elevation

The undersigned Surveyor hereby certifies to Target that: 1. Spot elevations have been taken on a grid of 50' centers across the Target building pad. Spot elevations are balanced within 0.1'± of the Target approved Site Construction Documents pad elevation. 2. The Target building foundation corners have been staked with a hub at the horizontal control coordinates shown on the Target approved Site Construction Documents. The size and location of the building pad are in compliance with the Target approved Site Construction Documents and specifications prepared by .dated . 3. All survey work was performed by me or under my direct supervision commencing on with a completion on .
Company: By: Registration No.: Date: . (not valid unless sealed)

Receipt of Building Pad Representation and Certification:
Target Owner’s Site Representative
By: Date: 01/01/13

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CERTIFICATE OF BUILDING PAD DELIVERY
Developer must submit two (2) completed copies of this form to the Target Owner’s Site Representative upon delivery of the Target Building Pad. Target will not accept the pad earlier than 7 days before the pad delivery date in the Site Development Agreement Scope Notes.

Project Name:

Project T#:

Developer:
The undersigned hereby certifies to Target that the following conditions have been met. Any costs incurred by Target resulting from any failure of the construction shall require reimbursement from Developer upon request from Target. Upon turning the building pad over to Target, Developer must submit this completed form to the Target Owner’s Site Representative (OSR). Target will only accept delivery of the building pad after Developer submits a completed BUILDING PAD REPRESENTATION AND CERTIFICATION form and completion of all work necessary to construct the building pad in compliance with the Target approved Site Construction Documents, specifications, geotechnical investigation report, Site Development Agreement, and all applicable governmental codes, requirements, approvals, and permits including, but not limited to, the following: 1) Installation of all weather staging area; 2) Installation of all weather construction surface around the building perimeter; 3) Installation of all weather access road installed from the public street to the staging area, building area and truck dock; 4) Installation of temporary electric power, water and telephone; 5) Permanent utility and roof drain leader connection locations staked 5 feet from the Target building wall and each stake labeled with the connection invert depth. Company: By: Date:

Acceptance of Building Pad Delivery:
Target Owner’s Site Representative By: Date:

Execution and delivery of this Certificate shall not be deemed a waiver of Target’s rights with respect to any latent defects .

(OSR must email the fully executed form to: RE-ExistingStores@target.com) 01/01/13

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CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OF SITE IMPROVEMENT WORK
Developer must submit two (2) completed copies of this form to the Target Owner’s Site Representative upon completion of the Site Improvement Work.

Project Name:

Project T# :

Project Engineer:
The undersigned hereby certifies to Target that: 1) All on-site improvements and site signs for the Shopping Center have been constructed, completed, and are in compliance with the governmental approved Site Construction Documents and specifications titled _____________________, dated_________, the Target approved Site Construction Documents and specifications prepared by ______________________, dated ________, and the Site Development Agreement. 2) All off-site improvements for the Shopping Center have been constructed, completed, and are in compliance with the governmental approved Site Construction Documents and specifications prepared by ______________________, dated___________. 3) Government acceptance of the on-site improvements and the off-site improvements occurred on ____________________. 4) All deviations from approved Site Construction Documents and specifications have been noted on an “As Built” set of Site Construction Documents and specifications. 5) Target Project Manager has been provided on computer disk a copy of the “As Built” Site Construction Documents and specifications. Company: By: Date: Registration No.: ______ (not valid unless sealed)

Receipt of Certificate of Completion of Site Improvement Work:
Target Owner’s Site Representative By: Date:
01/01/13

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LEED NC 2009 RETAIL VOLUME PROGRAM CHECKLIST
Consultant must include a completed copy of this checklist in the CPR Book, if applicable

Projects pursuing LEED Certification under the LEED Volume Build Program must complete the checklist below and in addition to required submissions forms. Note whether the credit is being achieved, not achieved, or not applicable to the project site. Submission forms and detailed instructions can be found in the project LEED Volume Program Project Portfolio (Target LEED VPx3_T-XXXX.pdf). Developer and/or Consultant must partner with the Target Development Manager to complete submissions in the early phase of the project.

Sustainable Sites
Complete

Yes

No

NA

Credit #
SSc1 SSc2 SSc4.1 SSc4.3 SSc4.4 SSc4.5

Description Site Selection Development Density and Community Connectivity Public Transportation Access Low-Emitting and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles Parking Capacity Delivery Service

Audit Submitter DM DM DM DM DM DM Audit Submitter DM

Water Efficiency
Complete

Yes

No

NA

Credit #
SSc1

Description Water Efficient Landscaping

For a complete list of LEED Volume credits refer to the Project LEED Volume Program Project Portfolio. Direct questions about LEED Volume Build Program and Submission to: Jason Dreier, LEED Volume Program Coordinator Target Corporation th 50 South 10 Street, Suite 400, TP3-1170 Minneapolis, MN 55403-2054 612-761-8225 jason.dreier@target.com

01/01/13

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