KYTC's training provides education on utilities and how they are coordinated with KYTC projects. The first day provides a high level understanding of conducting utility coordination through a project’s development process. The second day is intended for utility coordinators and is also a certification requirement for firm performing utility coordination and inspection duties. There is an emphasis on utility impact avoidance, minimization, and the coordination of remaining impacts through utility relocations for the accommodation of roadway construction.
For more information, see the Prequalification Criteria and Instructions for Engineering and Engineering-Related Services with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
This is a two day course with an exam at the end of Day 2. If a registrant is interested in informational purposes only, they may attend only Day 1. If a registrant is seeking qualification, they must attend both days and successfully complete the certification exam on Day 2.