Construction and Materials

Materials Practice and Procedure Directives (PPD) Manual

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Manual by Section
Item Published Date Subject
PPD 1 February 27, 2009 Sampling, Testing, and Acceptance of Reinforcing Bars
PPD 2 February 27, 2009 Certification and Acceptance of Chemical and Air-Entraining Admixtures for Portland Cement Concrete
PPD 3a April 14, 2010 Curing Compounds
PPD 4 February 27, 2009 Asphaltic Concrete Mix Design Proposals and Submittals
PPD 5a February 27, 2009 Evaluation of Concrete Aggregate Sources
PPD 6 April 14, 2010 Provisional Seal Coat
PPD 7 February 27, 2009 Inspection of Concrete Batch Plants and Concrete Mixer Trucks
PPD 8 February 27, 2009 Sampling, Testing, and Acceptance of Emulsified Bituminous Materials
PPD 9 February 27, 2009 Guidelines for Inspection and Acceptance of Timber Guardrail Posts and Blocks
PPD 10 February 27, 2009 End Product Asphaltic Concrete Acceptance Testing – Procedure for Determination of Statistical Outliers
PPD 11 February 27, 2009 Approval of Laboratories to Perform Testing of Bearing Pads for the Department
PPD 12 February 27, 2009 Review of Test Results and Issuance of Test Reports
PPD 13a April 14, 2010 Certification and Acceptance of Hydraulic Cements, Fly Ash, Natural Pozzolan, Silica Fume, and Lime
PPD 14a November 5, 2014 Testing and Certification of Bituminous Distributor Trucks
PPD 15a April 19, 2013 Submittal and Approval of Portland Cement Concrete Mix Designs
PPD 16c September 19, 2016 Removed to a standalone document located under Materials Quality Assurance
PPD 17 February 27, 2009 Acquisition, Disposal, and Use of ADOT Licensed Materials Sources and Stockpile Sites
PPD 18 February 27, 2009 Determining Sample Times and Locations for End Product Asphaltic Concrete
PPD 19a
November 5, 2014 ADOT System for the Evaluation of Testing Laboratories
PPD 20a April 19, 2013 Guidance on the use of Reclaimed Asphaltic Pavement (RAP) in Asphaltic Concrete
PPD 21 January 6, 2011 Sampling, Testing, and Acceptance of Glass Beads (Spheres) for Striping Materials
PPD 22 May 3, 2011 Qualification and Specification Requirements for the Manufacturing of Precast/Prestress Concrete Bridge Members
PPD 23 September 28, 2012 Requirements for the Use of Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) Technologies in Asphaltic Concrete
PPD 24 August 30, 2013 Requirements for the Approval of Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Wall Systems

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