If profile information is available, show it.Another bad idea is to draw the plans on aerial photography. Works well on the construction plans, but the photo copied "As Builts" just come out as black unreadable smears.
Texas Administrative Code Title 43 Part 1 Chapter 21 Subchapter C RULE §21.37 Design (c)(5) states:
(5) As-built plans or certified as-installed construction plans shall include the installed location, vertical elevations, and horizontal alignments of the utility facility based upon the department's survey data, the relationship to existing highway facilities and the right of way line, and access procedures for maintenance of the utility facility. As-installed construction plans certified by a utility or its representative shall be submitted to the department for each relocation or new installation. In the alternative, if approved by the director of the Maintenance Division or Right of Way Division, a district may require a utility to deliver either as-installed construction plans that are certified by an independent party or final as-built plans that are signed and sealed by an engineer or registered professional land surveyor. In determining whether to authorize a requirement for independently certified or signed and sealed plans, the director shall consider:
(A) the amount of available right of way or the proposed utility facility's proximity to department facilities and other utility facilities that may be impacted;
(B) the type of utility facility; and
(C) past performance of the utility in providing accurate location data and conformance with its certified as-installed construction plans.
Schedule your project to give you enough time to produce a detailed plan and profile sheets. Per the above, that was what I required in my previous role of recommending approval for utility installations within the state roadway system.