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Utility Coordination Training

The purpose of this training is to help KYTC determine if a firm is capable of conducting utility coordination through the project development process inclusive of early utility involvement, has an emphasis on impact avoidance or minimization, and the coordination of remaining impacts through utility relocations for the accommodation of roadway construction. Training will consist of classroom-style learning. Individuals will participate in discussion-based lectures, hands on demonstrations, and will take a 50 question multiple choice exam at the end of Day 2.

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 participant is interested in informational purposes only, they made attend only Day 1. If a participant is looking for qualification, they must attend both Day 1 and Day 2 and successfully complete the exam at the end of Day 2.

Seats will be made available to Kentucky Transportation Cabinet employees and Private Industry agencies. Each Private Industry will be allowed one person from their company to register to ensure all companies have a spot. If a course does not reach target registration, more spots will be opened up to companies to send additional participants.

Dates & Locations

Agenda

Topics:

  • Understanding Utility Coordination
  • Roles and Responsibilities in Utilities and Design Process
  • Policy and Law
  • Right-of-way
  • Utility Plan Reading and Highway Plan Reading
  • Design Build Contracts
  • Locating and Identifying Utilities
  • Conflict Identification & Management
  • Understanding Utility Reimbursement
  • Program Maintenance

Fees

$500 for KYTC

$525 for Industry and all others

$250 for day one registration only

*Note all payment is due in advance except for KYTC employees