Project Resource Office

Project Development Process Manual

Improvements Project - US 89 - Cameron Roadway - May 2016

Improvements Project - US 89 - Cameron Roadway - May 2016

The ADOT Project Development Process Manual will serve as a guide to ADOT Project Manager’s (PM) for managing project planning, scoping, and design activities in accordance with ADOT procedures.  The manual’s primary purpose is to clarify the responsibilities of an ADOT PM throughout each phase of a project.  However, technical team members, consultant PM’s, administrators and outside agency representatives may also find this a valuable guide to better understand their individual role on a project team.




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References, graphics, and online links are featured throughout the manual to assist in a more detailed understanding of project responsibilities and process tasks. 

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