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IRWA Educational Mini Conference Chapter 26. September 16-17, 2010. Reading Right-of-Way and Construction Plans . Presenter: Richard Diaz, Jr. P.E. Today’s Presentation Some helpful tips on reading plans How Right-of-Way Maps and Constructions Plans are connected

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irwa educational mini conference chapter 26

IRWA Educational Mini ConferenceChapter 26

September 16-17, 2010

  • Reading Right-of-Way and Construction Plans

Presenter: Richard Diaz, Jr. P.E.

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Today’s Presentation

  • Some helpful tips on reading plans
  • How Right-of-Way Maps and Constructions Plans are connected
  • Identifying necessary plans for analysis
  • Example Plans
right of way maps
Right-of-Way Maps
  • Cover Sheet Information
    • Financial Project ID (FPID #)
    • County (Road Number, Name)
    • Jurisdiction
    • Completion Status (Preliminary, Final, Revisions)
  • Vicinity Map
    • How to get there?
  • General Notes
  • Legend
  • Index
  • Parcel Identification Number Key
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Right-of-Way Maps
  • Key Sheet Information
    • Overall view of the project
    • Baseline survey geometry and stationing
    • Begin and end project limits
    • Jurisdiction (City, County, State)
    • Geographic features
      • Street names
      • Recorded plats
      • Land lines (Section-Township-Range)
      • Parent tract information
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Right-of-Way Maps
  • Typical right-of-way plan sheet
    • Centerline or baseline of survey with station
    • Acquisition parcel identification
    • Existing R/W line and new R/W line
    • Existing L.A. R/W and new L.A. R/W
    • Parent tract information
    • Easements and entitlements
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Right-of-Way Maps
  • Table of Ownerships
    • Parcel number
    • Sheet number (where to find parcel in R/W map)
    • Owner’s name
    • Area taken
    • Remainder (left or right)
    • Comments
    • Recording data
    • Legend
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construction plans
Construction Plans
  • Cover Sheet Information
    • Financial Project ID (FPID #) or Other
    • County (Road Number, Name)
    • Jurisdiction
    • Completion Status or Plan set status (50%, 90%, Final, Bid)
  • Vicinity Map
    • How to get there?
  • Index
    • Other contract plans
  • Who prepared the plans?
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Construction Plans
  • Plan sheets needed for engineering analysis
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Construction Plans
  • Additional plan sheets needed for engineering analysis
    • Signing and pavement marking plans
    • Signalization plans
    • Lighting plans
    • Structures plans
    • Landscape plans
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Construction Plans
  • Connecting Right-of-Way Maps to Construction Plans
    • Locating the Project Layout Sheets
    • Locating the Survey Centerline and Construction Centerline
    • Comparing the Stations of the Various Centerlines
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Construction Plans
  • How Plans Are Drawn: The Three View Concept
    • Plan View
      • Birds Eye View or Overhead View
    • Profile View
      • Side View
    • Section View
      • Front View
        • Types of Section Views Include:
          • Construction Cross Sections
          • Typical Roadway Sections
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Construction Plans
  • Key Elements of the Plan View
    • Right-of-Way lines (often inconspicuous)
    • Center Lines
    • Edge of Pavement
    • Locations of Existing and Proposed Features
      • Existing Features are typically dashed and grayed out
      • Proposed Features, such as New pavement, drainage structures, traffic separators, medians, sidewalk, Etc., are delineated by heavier line types and identified using various callouts such as:
        • “Const. New…”
        • “Begin New…”
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Construction Plans
  • Key Elements of the Profile View
    • Delineating the Existing Profile Grade
    • Delineating the Proposed Profile Grade
    • Determining the Difference between the Existing and Proposed Profile Grade
    • Identifying the Existing and Proposed Underground Features
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Construction Plans
  • Key Elements of the Construction Cross Section View
    • Slice of Bread
    • Delineating the Existing Right-of-Way Line or Grade
    • Delineating the Proposed Right-of-Way line
    • Delineating the Existing Roadway or Grade
    • Delineating the Proposed Roadway
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Construction Plans
  • Key Elements of the Typical Roadway Section
    • Distance of Roadway Typical Section Applies to
    • Design Speed of Proposed Roadway
    • New Right-of-Way Width, Easement Width, and Limits of Construction
    • Average Number and Width of Lanes, Sidewalks, Ditches, Medians, Etc.
    • Typical Pavement, Ditch, and Recovery Slopes
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thank you
Thank You

Questions?

Need Help?813-258-0444richard@diazpearson.com