The ADOT Materials Testing Manual, ADOT Materials Practice and Procedure Directives (PPD) Manual, ADOT Construction Manual, and ADOT Preliminary Engineering and Design Manual are available for download.
This page contains links to requests to review contract modifications, stipulated fee information and AASHTO's "Primer on Contracting for the Twenty-First Century."
Visit these pages for information regarding forms, links and documents of interest to contractors. You will also find a section on frequently asked questions.
This page contains links to all Construction Bulletins dating back to the year 2002.
The responsibility of the Consultant Contracts office is to develop and negotiate all outside service construction contracts. These contracts are developed for projects identified by ADOT districts to be assigned for construction contract administration and construction materials testing assistance.
This page includes links to Bridge and Pavement Design Reports.
The Field Reports section processes submittals from the field, including monthly pay estimates, quantity documentation and other project reports. They approve all subcontractors and serve as the Labor Compliance Office. Field Reports personnel can answer questions about contract documentation and record-keeping requirements.
This page contains resources to facilitate the construction inspection.
The Laboratory Inspection Program administers all materials testing laboratories that perform testing activities for the department. Compliance to test procedures and equipment requirements are included in the inspection.
The Quality Assurance (QA) Section of the ADOT Construction and Materials Group is committed to insuring the highest-quality standard for materials sampling and testing throughout the state of Arizona.
The Quantlist checklists contained in these pages were developed by ADOT for ADOT administered projects using ADOT specifications and standards.
Recording and storing results of concrete cylinder testing performed during road construction is a function of numerous construction offices throughout the state. Through a number of computer applications, these testing results are captured, stored, and regularly utilized internally. This information is provided for the general public as well as current and potential vendors wishing to do business with ADOT.
The purpose of technician certification through ATTI is to ensure that the technician can demonstrate competency in appropriate Arizona and AASHTO test procedures through actual demonstration of test procedures, written examination and required calculations.
Value Engineering is a function-oriented, systematic, team approach to eliminate and prevent unnecessary cost.
This page contains information regarding ADOT's Intermodal Transportation Division Work-Zone Safety and Mobility Policy and Implementation Guidelines.
Go to this page for contact information for different areas of the Construction Group.