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Standard drawings included on this site are in English Units and have been approved by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and are effective as of dates shown in the table of contents and on each drawing.

These drawings depict standard design features commonly used and any variations shall be shown by special details in the plans or by reference in the general notes or special provisions.

The standard drawings constitute contract documents in accordance with Section 101 of the standard specifications for highway construction.

Revisions or additions to these drawings shall be issued periodically and it shall be the responsibility of the receiver of these files to keep them current with any updates.

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (hereinafter referred to as SCDOT) is committed to providing electronic access to the Standard Drawings. By agreeing , the Receiver accepts the following terms and conditions:

  • SCDOT makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, with respect to the file(s) which are the subject of this agreement, and specifically makes no warranty that said file(s) shall be marketable or fit for any particular purpose. SCDOT believes that the information contained herein is reliable and generally accurate for the purpose intended. Furthermore, any description of said file(s) shall not be deemed to create an express warranty that such files shall conform to said description.
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  • The Standard Drawings effective at the time of letting shall govern on projects and may be used to determine errors and omissions in bid documents. Standard Drawings currently in effect at the beginning of construction for the item may also be used if agreed upon between the Resident Engineer and the Contractor.
  • The SCDOT Standard Drawings are copyrighted by the South Carolina Department of Transportation and may not be resold. SCDOT assumes no liability for hardware or software damage that may result from the use of the electronic files provided due to unknown viruses that may reside on the electronic media when transferred to the end user.
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