Looks like it could turn out well.. keep us posted!
On my IPA's, I like to move most of my hops to the last 10 minutes and/or dryhop. The boil will burn off aroma & flavor of the oils fairly quick, and you'll want some of those floating in there at the end. Something like..
1 oz at 60 mins for most of your IBU
1 oz at 10 mins flavor
1 oz at 0-2 mins aroma.
2-4 oz dry-hop in fermenter post fermentation.
Of course, the amounts would vary with AA%. If you put a high-alph hop (like Centennial) as your 60-minute addition, you can use less hops to get some good IBU's. Then, use your lower AA% hops in those last 10 minutes, and take adavantage of their hop oils and flavor/aroma.
And, I have nothing against 30-min or 15-min adds. I just like to focus on bittering level first (60-min additions) then on late boil additions (15-min or less). Lots of different ways to skin this hop-cat!
If you don't want to dry-hop, you can always whirlpool them as the wort is chilling, before the transfer to the fermenter & pitching.
Just a few thoughts... Hope it turns out awesome for ya!