Plan Processing


​Plan Processing, a Branch in the Division of Highway Design, works with Design Consultants, District Design offices and other Divisions within the Transportation Cabinet, checking bid items and codes, standard drawings, receiving and attaching Utility plans, checking notes and specifications and assuring that plan sets meet the latest standards as set out in the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction as well as Design Memorandums. The Plan Processing Staff is available to assist District Offices and Design Consultants with any issues regarding the procedures for plan submittals to Construction Procurement.

Plan Processing Guidance

PDF Icon2023 Letting Schedule
PDF Icon2024 Letting Schedule Development Checklist (November 2023) QAS Suspension Memo

Contractor QAS Special Note 11A suspended effective August 6, 2007

Excel IconFuel Adjustment Spreadsheet (Revised October 11, 2012)

​​Use this spreadsheet to determine the quantities for the Fuel Adjustment Bid Items established by Design Memorandum 01-06. Spreadsheet updated to provide 0 balances for amounts under the threshold balance.

PDF IconTop 13 Things Missed by the DO and Consultants
PDF IconPlan Processing Technical Advisory Memo
PDF IconCreate and mark plan sheets for Addendums
Word IconGeneral Notes (Updated May 30, 2014)
PDF IconProject Development Memorandum No. 1-2011
PDF IconProject Development Memorandum No. 1-2014
Word DocExample Final Plans Submittal Memo
PDF IconPlan Submittal Process
Excel Icon Final Plans Submittal Form (For Cabinet Personnel Only)

​This submittal form replaces TC 61-10 (Final Plan Submittal and Project Certification for Federally Funded Projects) and TC 61-11 (Final Plan Submittal for State-Funded Projects).

excel iconFinal Plans Submittal Form - ORD Version (For Cabinet Personnel Only)

Plan Processing Links

200 Mero StreetFrankfortKY40622KY8:00am-4:30pm EST, M-F(502) 564-3280(502) 564-3324,+Frankfort,+Franklin,+Kentucky+40601&gl=us&sqi=2&z=16&iwloc=A
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