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As-Built Plans

Welcome to the As-Built Plans Office. The forms, notes and coversheet found herein will assist you during the process of red-lining as-built plans. Form AB205 is used for standard road and bridge construction while the AB206 is used for miscellaneous projects such as resurfacing, full-depth patch, pavement marking, signal, signing, seeding, emergency repairs, guardrail etc. These checklists along with the notes found on the AB205, AB206 and the AB201 establish the standards and minimum requirements for SCDOT As-Built Plans. Please feel free to contact us during any phase of construction. We are here to assist you along the way so that when the project is complete, the as-built plans are complete, accurate and ready to be scanned into the plan library.

Related Documents:

As-Built Plans Supplemental Specification (PDF 16.2 Kb)
As-Built Construction Plans Worksheet (XLS 58 Kb)

Manuals:
Preparation of As-Built Plans Manual (PDF 67.7 Kb)

Forms:
Form AB201 - As-Built Cover Sheet (Full Size) (8.5 x 11) (PDF 107 Kb)
Form AB205 - As-Built Plans Checklist (Road and Bridge) (PDF 124 Kb)
Form AB206 - As-Built Plans Checklist (Miscellaneous) (PDF 121 Kb)
Form AB207 - As-Built Drill Shaft Log (PDF 125 Kb)
Instructions for AB207 - (Adobe 8.0 or earlier) (PDF 535 Kb)
Instructions for AB207 - (Adobe 9.0) (PDF 540 Kb)
Form 711-01 - LRFD Pile Record (PDF 1.41 Mb)

Quality Assurance Documents:

Road Design Reference Material (PDF 624 Kb)
Roadway Design Exception Form (PDF 1.05 Mb)

Related Links:
Standard Specifications for Highway Construction
Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan (STIP)
Highway Design Manual

If you have any comments or questions, please Email SCDOT.

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