Target Audience: Project managers, engineers, planners and other practitioners who perform or review preliminary engineering analysis, alternatives evaluation, traffic analysis for PD&E studies.

Description: This track includes various engineering and project development topics.

Instructor Led Training

  • Management of PD&E Studies and Permitting Process PPT 
  • Pond Siting Process During PD&E Studies PPT

  • Traffic Analysis in PD&E Studies PPT NEW -05/21/2019- This course provides information regarding traffic analysis which is performed to support PD&E Studies for Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The course covers scoping the level of analysis effort, analysis methods—including the process and tools used to analyze traffic, performance measures of effectiveness, data collection, alternatives evaluation and documentation of traffic analysis effort.

  • Use of Highway Safety Manual in PD&E Studies PPT

  • PD&Es for Interstates PPT

Recorded Webinars

  • Interchange Access Request and PD&E Studies PPT  Video

  • Standard Scope of Services for a Combined PD&E with Design -NEW -04/17/2019 - This recorded webinar presents the new Standard Scope of Services for projects that have concurrent PD&E and Design phases. The presentation discusses reasons for developing the new scope; example projects that may use this scope; the approach followed to develop the new scope; activities that have been combined to streamline pre-construction process and eliminate redundancy or rework; the structure of the scope document; changes made to the PD&E and Design tasks to reflect overlapping activities; changes made to the Staff Hour Estimation Guidelines and Forms; and other tools that support this new approach.-   Video PPT Quick Guide

CBT courses:
Tier 1 Illicit Discharge and Elimination Training - (CBT
This CBT will aquatint the user with the Tier 1 illicit discharge detection and elimination training. 


Upcoming In Person or Webinar Courses

  • Scope of Services for Concurrent PD&E and Design Phases -Fall/Winter 2019