Roadway Design Value Engineering

Revised: October 5, 2017

Value Engineering (VE) is a systemic, independent, multidisciplinary team review process used to analyze projects and provide recommendations for improving the value and quality of the project; providing the needed functions safely, reliably, efficiently, and at the lowest overall cost; and reducing the time to complete the project.

It is the responsibility of the TDOT VE Office to identify projects that meet the selection criteria and to ensure that VE analyses are conducted correctly. For more information on the VE Program, see Instructional Bulletin Number 16-01.

Project Analysis Information

Tennessee National Highway System (NHS) Maps
The Tennessee NHS was expanded by MAP-21 to include urban and rural principal arterials not previously included in the NHS.

Region 1 (47-Knox County, Knoxville)
Region 2 (33-Hamilton County, Chattanooga)
Region 3 (19-Davidson County, Nashville)
Region 4 (57-Madison County, Jackson)

Value Engineering Links
FHWA Value Engineering
Society of American Value Engineers (SAVE)
Utah Value Engineering Manual of Instruction
Washington State Value Engineering

Contact
Mike Flowers
TDOT Roadway Design, VE Coordinator
Phone: (615) 741-3509
Email: Mike.Flowers@tn.gov

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