30 June 2001
C-12. EXISTING UTILITIES PLAN.
a. Show Existing Utility Locations and Type.
b. Show Pavement Penetrations.
C-13. PAVING PLAN.
d. Location of Section Cuts.
C-14. PAVING SECTIONS. Make the sections specific. Do not overuse "Typical Sections." Cut a
section wherever there is a change from one pavement section to another in any direction and on
all pavement edges. The same section may be referenced numerous places on the plan sheets, but
each location must be marked and properly annotated. Remember, only by including everything in
the plans can the design be built as envisioned. One hour spent by the designer will save several
hours work by the field engineer.
a. Include the entire paving section from surface through subgrade.
(1) Thickness of Surface.
(2) Prime Coat Requirements.
(3) Thickness of Bases and Subbases.
(5) Depth and Type of Subgrade Preparation.
b. Jointing Locations and Type.
c. Surface Grades/Slope.
d. Subsurface Drainage/Subdrain Provisions.