Does the documentation submitted for my project become part of the 'public record'?
When a project is 100% complete (i.e. a final approval certificate has been issued) all of the project documentation submitted to the Water and Wastewater Treatment program becomes part of the public record and is available to the general public. The final documentation set for a completed project typically includes, but is not limited to, an Engineering Design Report, as-built design drawings, Technical Specifications, and an Operations and Maintenance Manual. For more information, please call 602-372-2861.

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1. What types of documentation are required to be submitted?
2. Are electronic (digital format) documentation submittals accepted?
3. Does the documentation submitted for my project become part of the 'public record'?
4. My project contains proprietary or sensitive information. How can I protect this data?
5. What types of documentation must be sealed by a Professional Engineer?
6. What format and how many copies of the documentation should be submitted?
7. What is the submission sequence for project documentation?
8. What are the criteria used for the review of submittals?
9. Does the MCESD sign the cover page of the design drawings?