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DISCIPLINE REQUIREMENTS


  
  
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Aerial Image and LiDAR Collection/Processing - Manned Aircraft002
The work consists of acquiring large format, frame metric camera aerial imagery and airborne topographic LiDAR data using a manned platform at various altitudes above mean ground level. The aerial camera and topographic LiDAR systems must be integrated with on board Global Navigation Satellite System/Inertial Measurement Unit (GNSS/IMU) equipment to collect data for high accuracy sensor position and orientation determination. The work also includes flight and control plan preparation, image and LIDAR post processing, and certifying Reports for acquisition, position and orientation data, and LiDAR derived elevation products.
Land SurveyorP.L.S.P.L.S.
All work must be performed under the responsible charge of a North Carolina (NC) registered Professional Land Surveyor (PLS). All Reports for acquisition, position and orientation data, and LiDAR derived elevation products must be certified by an NC PLS. The large format, frame metric camera shall be capable of acquiring frame imagery with the exposure station’s nadir Ground Sample Distance (GSD) generally between 0.10 foot and 0.45 foot with 60% forward overlap. Deviations from this GSD range should be noted in firm's prequalification materials. The topographic LiDAR system must be capable of acquiring and producing elevation data that meets Quality Level 1 specifications as defined in the USGS LiDAR Base Specification version 2.1. Submitted prequalification materials must include the following: proposed sub consultants; equipment list (planes, cameras, LiDAR systems, GNSS/IMU equipment, etc.) with technical data sheets for all proposed equipment; base of operation for manned aircraft operations that includes airport code, airport name, city, and state; and proposed software list (flight planning, post processing, LiDAR derived elevation product formats, etc.).
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Richard Greene, 919 707-7101, rggreene@ncdot.gov
Aggregate003
Provide Laboratory testing services in the area of aggregates
Key Personnel must be proficient in conducting the following tests: AASHTO T11, T27, R-58 (NCMod), T88 (NCMod), T89 (NCMod), T90 (NCMod) and T265.
Firm’s testing facility and equipment will also need to be assessed.
Linda Jones, 930 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Air Cargo Studies004
Examine and determine the status of air cargo service upon an airport and it's ground service area and project impacts of improved and/or new air cargo service destination markets, economic impact of improved or new air cargo service on airports , as well as aviation activities in general, both on the statewide, regional and local/county levels. Analyze any previous Air Cargo Impact studies, whether on a statewide, regional or local/county level, collect data showing the impacts in utilization of improved or new service that was implemented by an air cargo carrier, collect and analyze economic data from individuals and businesses who utilize the air cargo service by accepted and present data in an effective format.
Economist or Certified PlannerEconomist or Certified PlannerEconomist or Certified Planning
Must be familiar with the dynamics and economics of the Air Cargo Service Industry, the USDOT/OST Office of Aviation Analysis, FAA Advisory Circulars and Reports that have relational material dealing with Impacts of Air Cargo Service. Must submit recent Air Cargo Service Impact Studies and provide the following for each project: project name and owner, number and type of airports in study, Owner reference/ evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value.
Alicia Wright,          919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Project-Level Air Quality Analysis005
Previous experience in project-level analyses; Analyst must have received formal classroom training in USEPA MOVES modeling software; Resume (2 pgs. or less), all applicable training certificates and a complete list of air quality analyses performed within past 5 years (including client) must be submitted for review
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Air Quality Conformity006
Air Quality Conformity analysis is different from the project level noise studies and NEPA air quality studies.
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Must show expertise and experience performing regional transportation air quality conformity analysis using travel demand model information. Must provide examples of the completed studies, information about the area (urban, MPO, or region), year it was developed and who was the leading expert. Must have a current TransCAD license.
Travis Marshall, PE , 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
Air Service Studies007
Examine and determine the status of scheduled commercial air service upon an airport and it's ground service area and project impacts of improved and/or new service destination markets, economic impact of improved or new scheduled service, on airports , as well as aviation activities in general, both on the statewide, regional and local/county levels. Analyze any previous Air Service Impact studies, whether on a statewide, regional or local/county level, collect data showing the impacts in utilization of improved or new service that was implemented by a scheduled air carrier, collect and analyze economic data from individuals and businesses who utilize the air service by accepted and present data in an effective format.
Economist or Certified PlannerEconomist or Certified PlannerEconomist or Certified Planning
Must be familiar with the dynamics and economics of the Commercial Air Service Industry, the USDOT/OST Office of Aviation Analysis, FAA Advisory Circulars and Reports that have relational material dealing with Impacts of Commercial Air Service. Must submit recent Air Service Impact Studies and provide the following for each project: project name and owner, number and type of airports in study, Owner reference/ evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Aircraft Maintenance008
Aircraft mechanic for fixed wing and/or rotary aircraft. Work involves the inspection, maintenance, modification, and repair of airframes, power plants and related systems for fixed wing and/or rotary aircraft. Expected to
independently perform routine work, research maintenance and service manuals and complete all necessary repair/inspection reports and entries.
Must have thorough knowledge of the FAA and FCC rules and regulations, and State Statutes governing the operation and maintenance of aircraft. Graduation from an FAA approved aviation maintenance school and one year of experience in aircraft inspection, maintenance and repair; or graduation from high school and three years of related experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Possession of a valid FAA Airframe and Power plant license. Working knowledge of the tools, equipment and methods used in the inspection, maintenance and repair of aircraft. Working knowledge of FAA rules and regulations concerning aircraft inspection and repair. Ability to read and interpret technical manuals and troubleshoot technical problems and complete repairs.
Good communication with others to ensure safe operations and good situational awareness will be maintained during all maintenance procedures. No reportable incidences or accidents in the last 10 years. FAA rules and regulations require most maintenance repair and inspection jobs, be certified that the mechanic's work is in compliance with these rules and regulations. On major overhauls, repairs, and alterations or inspections, the work must reviewed and certified by an Inspector (IA Certification) authorized by the FAA. No FAA incidences or violations in the last 10 years.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Airfield Pavement Management System009
Management of Airport Concrete and Asphalt Pavements utilizing Pavement Condition Index (PCI) Surveys and Software. Analysis of current/previous as-built drawings and specifications, collection of inspection data utilizing a PCI survey procedure to objectively determine the functional and structural condition of a pavement.
Project ManagerP.E.P.E.
Must show that firm is familiar with all FAA Advisory Circulars related to Airport Pavement Design, PCI Survey Procedures (ASTM D5340-98). Must submit three (3) PCI Survey projects completed within the last five (5) years conforming to FAA, US Army Corp., or AASHTO standards and provide the following for each project: project name and owner, pavement thickness/type, owner reference/evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. Must provide written approach to PCI Survey Procedure including number of teams, visual inspection methods and recording distress information (distress type, quantity and severity), reports and management of airfield pavement surveys to ensure project compliance. Must submit list of equipment for field observations. Must show knowledge of FAA Runway Safety Publications and had initial or recurrent training for CFR Part 130.303.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Airport Planning/Design/ Engineering010
Planning and designing an airport conforming to FAA Standards. Analysis of a current Airport Master Plan and as- built drawings, collection of operational data, activity forecasting and demand- capacity analysis, GIS, etc..
Project ManagerP.E. or Certified PlannerP.E.
Must submit projects conforming to both FAA Advisory Circular 150/5300-13
‘Airport Design’ standards and Advisory Circular 150-5070-6B ‘Airport Master Plans’ and provide the following for each project: project name and owner, type of airport (Air Carrier or General Aviation), owner reference/evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. Must show preparation of a scope of work which has critical review points for Local, State and FAA input. Must show knowledge of FAA Runway Safety Publications and had initial or recurrent training for CFR Part 130.303.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Airport System Planning011
Planning a system of airports on a regional or statewide basis. Analysis of previous State Aviation System Plans as well as existing individual Airport Master Plans and as-built drawings, collection of operational data, activity forecasting and demand-capacity analysis.
Project ManagerP.E. or Certified PlannerP.E. or Certified Planning
Must submit recent projects conforming to FAA Advisory Circular 150/5070-7 ‘The Airport System Planning Process’ that are related to Airport System Planning, as well as any projects/studies relating to Advisory Circular 150-5070-6B ‘Airport Master Plans’ and provide the following for each project/study: project name and owner, number/ type of airports in system, Owner reference/evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. Must show preparation of a scope of work which has critical review points for both State and FAA input.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Airspace Analysis012
Development of Airspace Analysis/ Classification Studies. Analyze existing and proposed Airspace Classifications (Class A through Class G), requirements for locating and siting, on an individual airports basis. Provide written approach to management of Airspace Study to ensure project compliance.
Project Engineer or Certified PlannerP.E. or Certified PlannerP.E. or Certified Planner
Must submit recent Studies/Projects conforming to Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 91, 'General Operating and Flight Rules', Parts 71, 'Designation of Class A, B, C, D, and E Airspace Areas; Airways; Routes; and Reporting Points', Part 73, 'Special Use Airspace', Part 77, 'Objects affecting navigable airspace' and all FAA Advisory Circulars, Reports and Orders related to Airport Airspace, knowledge of FAA Airways Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) methods and practices, and provide the following for each project: project name and owner, number/type of navigational aids, Owner reference/evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. If airport airside access is necessary, must show knowledge of FAA Runway Safety Publications and had initial or recurrent training for CFR Part 130.303. Must submit surveying tools/equipment for field observations and obstruction identification and analysis if necessary.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Archaeological Resource Surveys014
Archaeology
Archaeologist
Key project personnel will meet the qualifications for professional archaeologists as listed in the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards (48 FR 22716). Staff must have experience conducting archaeological investigations in the Southeastern United States. Examples of work and staff resumes must be submitted for review.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Asphalt Materials - Binder and Emulsified016
Provide Laboratory testing services in the area of asphalt binder and emulsion.
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Key Personnel must be certified to perform the following: AASHTO T-59 for Emulsion Testing and/or AASHTO R-28, T-44, T-48, T-49, T-51, T-53, T-228, T-301, T-
55, T-240, T-313, T-314, T-315 and T-316 for binder. Must also provide reference to current accreditation through AMRL or approved equivalent for all test procedures being performed.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Aviation Economic Impact017
Examine and determine the economic impact of commercial and general aviation airports, as well as aviation activities in general, both on the statewide, regional and local/county levels. Analyze any previous Aviation Economic Impact studies, whether on a statewide, regional or local/county level, collect data affecting the economic impact of public airports from airport related business and tenants, collect and analyze economic data from individuals and businesses who utilize the airport by accepted means and determine the total economic impact and present data in an effective format.
Economist or Certified PlannerCertified PlannerCertified Planning
Must show that firm is familiar with all FAA Advisory Circulars that have relational material dealing with Economic Impacts of Airports and Aviation. Must submit projects for Economic Impact Studies greater than $150,000 and provide the following for each project: project name and owner, number and type of airports in study, Owner reference/ evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. Must submit a preparation of a scope of work which has critical review points for both State and FAA input.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Airport Safety Analysis/ Inspection019
Perform Safety Inspection of Airports. Perform FAA Airport Master Record Inspection per FAA Office of Aeronautical Information Services, FAA Order 5010.4, 'Airport Safety Data Program', reporting findings and data in an effective format to the NFDC (National Flight Data Center). Provide written approach to airport inspection procedure to ensure project compliance.
Trained Airport Safety Data Inspector
Must be familiar with FAA Office of Aeronautical Information Services, FAA Order 5010.4, 'Airport Safety Data Program', Advisory Circular 150/5300-13, 'Airport Design' and all Orders/Reports related to airport inspection, successful graduate of FAA mandated training seminar in FAA Form 5010-1 Airport Inspection Procedures, and provide a list of previous 5010 Inspections and the following for each airport: project name and owner, number of inspections performed, Owner reference/ evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. Must be knowledgeable of FAA Runway Safety Publications and had initial or recurrent training for CFR Part 130.303. Must state whether firm has defaulted or failed to complete contractual obligations with the last 10 years, whether firm has ever been terminated due to the quality of their work, and must provide surety information (name, rating and limits). Must submit surveying equipment for field observations.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Avionics System Development020
NextGen Technologies including Ground Stations and Airborne Electronic Systems for Aircraft Communication and Navigation. Development of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast
(ADS-B) and other NextGen Technologies. Provide written approach to management of airfield projects to ensure project compliance.
Project EngineerP.E.P.E., Electronics or Scientific
Must submit an key personnel responsible for development of NextGen Equipment (both ground based and airborne), involvement in FAA NextGen Demonstration Project(s) in the National Airspace System (NAS), familiar with "FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012" and all NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rule Making) relating to NextGen and ADS-B development, and provide the following for each project: project name and owner, number/type of NextGen navigational aids, Owner reference/evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. If airport airside access is necessary, must show knowledge of FAA Runway Safety Publications and had initial or recurrent training for CFR Part 130.303. Must state whether firm has defaulted or failed to complete contractual obligations with the last 10 years, whether firm has ever been terminated due to the quality of their work, and must provide surety information (name, rating and limits). Must submit equipment for development and testing of NextGen Navigational Aids.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Bridges – Spans Over 200’023
Two (2) Bridge Design EngineersOne (1) P.E.P.E.
An example of highway bridge plans may be required, depending on past
experience shown in Key Personnel’s resume(s).
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406,  mflores@ncdot.gov
Bridges – Spans Under 200’024
Two (2) Bridge Design EngineersOne (1) P.E.P.E.
An example of highway bridge plans may be required, depending on past experience shown in Key Personnel’s resume(s).
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
Capacity Analysis; Level 1026
Traffic Analysis – Basic (Level 1 projects) –

Level 1 analysis involves basic traffic operations that can be reviewed by use of macroscopic analysis tools.

Typical projects include: simple intersection operation (unsignalized, signalized, roundabouts), basic corridor analysis, and freeway operations (including merge, diverge, weave) that are mostly under capacity.

Traffic Analysis Software typically used for this analysis include: Synchro, HCS, SIDRA.
Project EngineerNC P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Analysis methodology should follow Highway Capacity Manual (Sixth Edition) procedures, primarily found in Volume 3, Interrupted Flow or Volume 2, Uninterrupted Flow. This analysis is primarily macroscopic, although simpler microscopic procedures may be used. Adherence to procedures in the NCDOT Congestion Management Capacity Analysis Guidelines is required.

Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit. Examples should include: project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.

Prequalification for this discipline will require demonstrated proficiency with basic traffic operations and analysis methods, including HCM procedures used in traffic analysis software such as HCS, Synchro, and Sidra.
Capacity Analysis; Level 2027
Traffic Analysis – Intermediate (Level 2 projects) -

Level 2 analysis involves more complex traffic operations that can be best evaluated reviewed by use of microscopic analysis tools.

Typical projects may include: freeway operations near or above capacity, innovative intersections and corridors that include designs such as (but are not limited to) Reduced Conflict Intersections, Continuous Flow Intersections, Diverging Diamond Interchanges.

Traffic Analysis Software typically used for this anaylsis is TransModeler.
Project EngineerNC P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Prequalification for this discipline will require prequalification for discipline 26 (Level 1) and also proficiency with advanced traffic simulation software. NCDOT projects will involve the use of TransModeler, proficiency with other software such as (but not limited to) Paramics, TSIS-CORSIM and VISSIM will be considered for eligibility for prequalification for this discipline. Because of its limitations for use for uninterrupted flow, the Synchro/SimTraffic software package is not included for qualification in this category.

Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit. Examples should include: project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.
Capacity Analysis;Level 3028
Traffic Analysis – Advanced (Level 3 projects) -

Level 3 analysis involves the highest complex traffic operations. These projects require evaluation by use of advanced methodology involving microscopic analysis tools.

Typical projects may include (but are not limited to): Complex freeway system interchanges, new alignment projects (both freeway and arterial) that involve potential multiple travel routing, and multi-modal projects.

Traffic Analysis Software typically used for this analysis is TransModeler.
Project EngineerNC P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Prequalification for this discipline will require prequalification for discipline 26 (Level 1) and discipline 27 (Level 2) plus demonstrated advanced proficiency with traffic simulation software. Methodology includes advanced network modeling, Dynamic Traffic Assignment and Origin-Destination Matrix Estimation (ODME.)

While most NCDOT projects will involve the use of TransModeler, and prequalification will be based primarily on that software package, proficiency with other software such as (but not limited to) Paramics and VISSIM may be considered for eligibility for prequalification for this discipline.

Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit. Examples should include: project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.
Capacity Analysis – Roundabouts030
Traffic analysis of roundabout intersections. This includes capacity analysis of roundabout operations using specialized software (as listed in the Congestion Management Traffic Analysis Guidelines).
Project EngineerNC P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Analysis methodology should follow Highway Capacity Manual (2010) procedures, primarily found in Volume 3, Interrupted flow. This analysis is separate from the general intersection category because of the specialized nature of roundabout design and operation. Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit. Examples should include: project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.
Cartography031
Expressing graphically, usually through maps, the natural and social features of the earth.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with digital and/or hard copy map design, map projections, cartographic standards, map book generation and output/presentation methods.
Jun Wu, 919 707-2155, jwu@ncdot.gov
Categorical Exclusions / Minimum Criteria Determination Checklists032
NEPA and SEPA analysis and regulatory compliance.
NEPA/SEPA PractitionerPE, CEP, or AICP preferred3
NEPA/SEPA experience must include consideration of environmental regulations such as Section 404, Section 4(f), Section 6(f), Section 106 and community issues such as EJ and underserved populations. Submit resumes/work experience of key staff.
Mike Sanderson, 919 707-6154, jmsanderson@ncdot.gov
Community Impact Assessment036
Community Impact Assessment (CIA) is an iterative process to evaluate the direct effects of a transportation action on a community and its quality of life. The assessment process is an integral part of project planning and development that shapes the outcome of a project by raising awareness and understanding of both positive and negative effects of proposed actions on the human (social and economic) environment. Its information is used to guide the project and provide documentation of the current and anticipated social environment of a geographic area with and without the action. CIA uses data analysis as well as broad community interaction to enable informed transportation decision- making in compliance with 23 U.S.C.
109(h). The assessment should include all items of importance to people, such as mobility, safety, employment effects, relocation, isolation, and other community issues. CIA also incorporates federal laws and mandates such as Environmental Justice, Limited English Proficiency and the Farmland Protection Policy Act when applicable.
Community Planner (CP) or equivalent NEPA Practitioner (NP)
Community Planner/NEPA Practitioner should have prior CIA experience.
Without direct experience the practitioner must demonstrate experience in socio- economic impact analysis, multi-modal transportation planning and land use planning, with training in or a demonstrated understanding of NEPA and demographic analysis.
Practitioners without direct experience must also have appropriate education:
- Masters in planning or an allied profession and a year of applicable community planning experience,
- Bachelors in planning or an allied profession and three years of applicable community planning experience, or
- Other degree plus seven years of applicable community planning experience.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Rail Construction Administration041
This is for work specific to the Rail Division. NCDOT is required to oversee the design and construction on any given project. That oversight can be accomplished on the more complex projects with consultants who help in the financial, documentation, and oversight of construction tasks.
Project ManagerP.E. or R.A.10PE or AIA
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Corridor Planning045
Must show expertise and experience in corridor planning, coordinating existing and future land use and the multimodal transportation system to provide guidance as development occurs. Must have a current TransCAD license. Must show ability to use TransCAD, Micro Simulation and Public Participation.
Travis Marshall, PE, 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
Demand Modeling, Ridership, Revenue, Operating Costs for Commuter & Intercity Passenger Rail Operations052
Ridership/Revenue modeling for passenger rail systems.
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Must show substantial experience performing ridership/revenue modeling and forecasting for passenger rail service, including familiarity with the eastern seaboard and Northeast rail corridor.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Ecological and Biotic Community Studies059
Description and Mapping of plant and animal communities throughout NC.
Biologist/ Ecologist3
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Environmental Assessment/Finding of No Significant Impacts063
NEPA and SEPA analysis and regulatory compliance, including facilitation of Merger (or similar) processes.
NEPA/SEPA PractitionerPE, CEP, or AICP preferred5
NEPA/SEPA experience must include consideration of environmental regulations such as Section 404, Section 4(f), Section 6(f), Section 106 and community issues such as EJ and underserved populations.
Experience should also include regulatory facilitation, managing an Administrative Record, tribal collaboration, and similar NEPA expertise. Submit examples of project work showing EA/FONSI experience. Submit resumes/work experience of key staff.
Mike Sanderson, 919 707-6154, jmsanderson@ncdot.gov
Environmental Impact Statement/Record of Decision066
NEPA and SEPA analysis and regulatory compliance, including facilitation of Merger (or similar) processes.
NEPA/SEPA PractitionerPE, CEP, or AICP preferred10
NEPA/SEPA experience must have required consideration of environmental regulations such as Section 404, Section 4(f), Section 6(f), Section 106 and community issues such as EJ and underserved populations.
Experience should also include regulatory facilitation, managing an Administrative Record, tribal collaboration, and similar NEPA expertise. Provide examples of projects showing EIS/ROD documentation, alternatives analysis and Need/Purpose prepared for state/federal agencies. Submit resumes/work experience of key staff.
Mike Sanderson, 919 707-6154, jmsanderson@ncdot.gov
Erosion and Sediment Control Design070
All services associates with the design of an approved erosion and sediment control plan that meets current standards outlined in the most recent version of the NCDENR – Erosion and Sediment Control Planning and Design Manual for erosion control techniques.
Level III Certified Erosion Control DesignerRequired: Level III: Design of Erosion and Sediment Control Plans; CPESC and P.E.are preferredDesigner: 2; Tech: 1
Must submit an organization chart identifying the firms design/monitoring team and their years of experience, applicable registrations, company history involved in this type work, and verify that they are permanent employees of the firm. Must submit at least one (1) key employee who will be responsible for all communication with the Roadside Environmental Unit. For each employee (engineer, biologist or project manager), must submit two (s) examples of NCDOT or similar work that has been approved/reviewed by the Roadside Environmental Unit or other authority.
Each sample of work should include: project lists and descriptions, including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this work will be also considered for prequalification.
David Harris, PE, 919 707-2925, dharriss@ncdot.gov
Aviation Executive Pilots (Captains And F.O.)071
Pilot single or twin engine, fixed and/or rotary wing aircraft, in a variety of mission flights including point to point passenger flights, photogrammetry, and occasional search and rescue. Conduct pre-flight and post-flight inspections of aircraft and note all discrepancies in a maintenance log, and maintain all other necessary logs and reports related to their flights. Work includes planning flights considering weather, navigational aids, routing, altitudes, alternative routes and destinations, loading and weight distribution, fuel requirements, and the filing of IFR flight pans as necessary. Perform piloting assignments as pilot in command and does not normally have any direct supervision available. Operation manual details the rules and regulations of procedures, conduct, training, flight operations, flight crew coordination and operational limitations of equipment.
Must have thorough knowledge of the FAA and FCC rules and regulations, and State Statutes governing the operation and maintenance of aircraft. Graduation from high school and a minimum of 1,500 hours of flight time in a closely related type of aircraft and/or type of mission, along with a minimum of six years of related experience. Certification as a FAA commercial or air transport pilot in airlines and/or rotorcraft, and possession of an FAA Class II Medical Certificate. Also required are ratings in multi-engine (land), instrument flying and others as designated. Good flying safety record, no reportable incidences or accidents in the last 10 years. No FAA incidences or violations in the last 10 years. No failed FAA or military flight evaluations. Must have single and multi-engine fixed and /or rotary wing aircraft.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Flight Operations/Training073
Trained to fly and fix the division's aircraft. Self-study and attend certified vendors of semi-annual and annual training. Fly and maintain single and multi-engine fixed and /or rotary wing aircraft.
Certification as a FAA commercial or air transport pilot in airlines and/or rotorcraft. Also required are ratings in multi-engine (land), instrument flying and others as designated. Possession of a valid FAA Airframe and Power plant license. Ability to attend training and pass the course syllabus for single and multi-engine fixed and/ or rotary wing aircraft. Good flying safety record, no reportable incidences or accidents in the last 10 years. No FAA incidences or violations in the last 10 years.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Aviation Flight Operations Management074
Serves as Chief Pilot in a supervisory and administrative position managing and coordinating the flight operations and maintenance of an aviation department. Supervise, plan, direct, review and
evaluate the work of subordinates. Responsible for developing flight schedules. Normally flies both helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. Review and authorize changes to the flight schedule, develop and make changes to methods, procedures, operations, training and maintenance, and establish policy and procedures.
Must have thorough knowledge of the FAA and FCC rules and regulations, and State Statutes governing the operation and maintenance of aircraft. Graduation from high school and a minimum of 2,000 hours of flight time in a closely related type of aircraft and/or type of mission, along with a minimum of six years of related experience. Certification as a FAA commercial or air transport pilot in airlines
and/or rotorcraft, and possession of an FAA Class II Medical Certificate. Also required are ratings in multi-engine (land), instrument flying and others as designated. Good flying safety record, no reportable incidences or accidents in the last 10 years. No FAA incidences or violations in the last 10 years. No failed FAA or military flight evaluations. Must have single and multi-engine fixed and /or rotary wing aircraft.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Freight Forecasting075
Must show ability to evaluate freight patterns by commodity and mode type between defined units of geography at the county and state level for existing and future road network.
Travis Marshall, PE , 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
Freshwater Mussel Surveys076
Detailed surveys for Protected freshwater mussels throughout NC. Includes snorkel and SCUBA surveys.
Biologist/ Ecologist3
Appropriate Federal and State Licenses must be submitted with package.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
General Meeting Facilitation079
Help to bring about an outcome (such as learning, productivity, or communication) by providing indirect or unobtrusive assistance, guidance, or supervision. Review project data prior to meeting, review and prepare meeting materials, and lead meeting.
Must demonstrate experience as a Facilitator or similar role.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Data Conversion087
Perform data translation from one spatial format (this includes hard and soft copy sources) to another.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with different geographic data formats, database formats, geographic/database conversion software, geographic/database conversion coding and spatial data transfer standards (SDTS).
Jun Wu, 919 707-2155, jwu@ncdot.gov
Data Validation (QA/QC)088
Verify the quality of a spatial product during and/or after its production. This includes the following key elements: Completeness; Validity; Logical Consistency; Physical Consistency; Referential Integrity; Positional Accuracy.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with QA/QC processes/methods and data validation procedures.
Jun Wu, 919 707-2155, jwu@ncdot.gov
Glass Beads091
Provide Laboratory testing services in the area of glass beads for pavement markers
3
Key Personnel must be certified to perform the following: EPA Test Method 6010B and Method 3052, ASTM D1214 and D1155.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
GPS092
Global Positioning System Surveying
Land SurveyorN.C. PLSLand Surveying (NC Board)
Submit a list of GPS surveying equipment. Submit an example of a GPS site calibration or site localization (this needs to show that you can GPS existing control points on a project and rotate, translate and scale your GPS data so that your GPS data agrees with the project control.)
James Dodson, 919-707-6800, jdodson@ncdot.gov
Field Date Collection094
Plan, manage and execute the spatial acquisition of natural and social features.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with spatial data collection including the use of hardware (GPS receivers, hand held computers, pen-based computers, digital cameras, laser instruments) and data collection/mapping software.
Jun Wu, 919 707-2155, jwu@ncdot.gov
Ground Penetrating Radar and Analysis096
Determination of layer thickness.
Project Technician/ EngineerP.E. or L.G.5P.E. or L.G.
Must submit five (5) examples of surveys with analysis and conclusions.
Matt Hilderbran, 919 329-4015, mrhilderbran@ncdot.gov
Guide Sign Design – Conventional Roads097
Conventional road signing plan design.

- Ground Mount Signs (i.e. Type D, E, F)
- Non-freeway type facilities, super streets, roundabouts.
- Non-complex projects with ADT< 15,000 ADT
Project EngineerNC P.E.P.E.
Prequalification on an individual basis. Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Experience using “GuideSIGN” design software for permanent or work zone use. Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by the requesting individual engineer. Examples of work should include: sign designs, signing plan sheets and any project descriptions or details pertinent to indicate experience in conventional road signing plan design. If a firm has previously completed acceptable work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification. Microstation/GuideSIGN software is required.
Guide Sign Design - Expressways and Freeways098
Expressway and Freeway sign plan design.

- Overhead sign structures
- Interchange facilities, Diverging Diamonds,
alternative designs
- Type A and B ground mounted signs
- Support Chart
- Complex projects with ADT> 15,000 ADT
Project EngineerNC P.E.P.E.
Prequalification on an individual basis. Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Experience using “GuideSIGN” design software for permanent or work zone use. Experience in support design (ground and overhead mounted) and know criteria for barrier guardrail or other protective devices. Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by the requesting individual engineer. Examples of work should include, sign designs, signing plan sheets, support chart and any project descriptions or details pertinent to indicate experience in complex road signing plan design for expressway and or freeway type facilities. If a firm has previously completed acceptable work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification. Microstation/GuideSIGN software is required.
High Density Laser Scanner104
High Density Laser Scanner
Land SurveyorN.C. PLSLand Surveying (NC Board)
Submit a list of High Density Laser Scanning equipment.
James Dodson, 919-707-6800, jdodson@ncdot.gov
School Traffic Impact Analysis105
Engineers with this qualification should be capable of reviewing draft school study reports produced by other engineers and should be capable of producing reports of such high quality that they are ready for implementation without MSTA review. Engineer must demonstrate experience working with all of the different stakeholders of a school study toward the end of finding a safe, efficient, and cost-effective solution.

Engineer must possess technical expertise in all areas of transportation engineering related to school studies, including data collection; trip generation; capacity analysis; highway safety; traffic control devices; roadway design; queue and parking management; and pedestrian, bicycle, and bus operations and safety. Engineer working under this code will do their utmost to promote and support Department goals and policies, and must adhere to all Department policies and guidelines.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5NC P.E.
Firm must have at least one (1) key person. Code 105 applies to an individual engineer. Engineer must already be pre-qualified in code 205 – School Studies. Only NC registered PE's will be evaluated. Engineer must have completed more than five (5) school studies utilizing Municipal and School Transportation Assistance (MSTA) group’s standards and guidelines with an average evaluation score above 8.5 on the 10-point scale, including at least one study in a complex environment like a multi-campus setting or a multi-use development. Work should be completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by individual engineer requesting prequalification. In addition, Engineer must have an overall evaluation score of 8.5 for all school studies done under code 205 – School Studies.

If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. Approval, denial or waivers will be based on requirements as outlined and MSTA discretion. Engineers holding prequalification for this code will be limited based on the needs of MSTA at any one time.
Historic Architectural Surveys of Standing Structures (Buildings and Bridges)106
Standing Structure Surveys
Key project personnel will meet the qualifications for professional architectural historians as listed in the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards (48 FR 22716). Staff must have experience conducting historic architectural investigations in the Southeastern United States. Examples of work and staff resumes must be submitted for review.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Historic Passenger Station Renovations107
NCDOT historically has been involved in renovations of pre-1950 passenger stations. Historical stations usually contain high levels of asbestos and lead paint. Abatement of these materials is required before renovations begin.
Project ManagerR.A.20AIA
Must show several examples of recent project experience in the renovation and restoration of historical stations. A broad understanding of the North Carolina Building Codes, FRA rules and regulations, ADA compliance, and local zoning ordinances is required.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Hot Bitumen Adhesive108
Provide Laboratory testing services in the area of hot bitumen adhesive
Key Personnel must be certified to perform the following: ASTM D36, D5, D5329, D2669, D2171, D4402, and D92.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Hydrographic Surveys112
Hydrographic Surveys
Land SurveyorN.C. PLSLand Surveying (NC Board)
Submit a list of hydrographic surveying equipment which must include a boat equipped with sonar integrated with a GPS receiver.
James Dodson, 919-707-6800, jdodson@ncdot.gov
ICI Water Quality Assessments114
Water Quality modeling associated with community planning Indirect and Cumulative Effects Analysis
Biologist/ Ecologist, Project Manager, EngineerP.E.3
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field with Water Quality models, for example: GWLF.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Indirect and Cumulative Effects Assessment116
The purpose of an ICE report is to inform the decision-making process regarding which alternatives to carry forward by assessing the potential indirect and cumulative effects based on potential change in land use as a result of the project. The ICE incorporates a matrix tool that considers factors known to influence land use, including the scope of the project, travel time savings, population growth, employment growth, land available for development, water and sewer availability, market for development, development regulations, and the presence of notable environmental features. ICE findings indicate whether further analysis in the form of a Land Use Scenario Assessment (LUSA) is warranted. A LUSA also informs the decision-making process regarding selection of the Recommended Alternative by assessing development potential in identified Probable Development Areas. The Natural Environment Section uses LUSA findings to determine whether ICI water quality modeling is needed for permitting.
Community Planner (CP) or equivalent NEPA Practitioner (NP)
Community Planner/NEPA Practitioner should have prior ICE experience.
Without direct experience the practitioner must demonstrate experience in socio- economic growth projection, land use planning and land development, with training in or a demonstrated understanding of NEPA and demographic analysis.
Practitioners without direct experience must also have appropriate education:
- Masters in planning or an allied profession and a year of applicable community planning experience,
- Bachelors in planning or an allied profession and three years of applicable community planning experience, or
- Other degree plus seven years of applicable community planning experience​
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Inspection of Prestressed Concrete119
Provides hands on inspection services in the area of prestress concrete at the prestress concrete facility.
Key Personnel must be a certified Concrete Technician Level I.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Inspection of QMS Asphalt Laboratory Equipment120
Audit or Inspection of specific QMS laboratories.
Key personnel must have a QMS Level II Plant Certification.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Inspection of QMS Asphalt Technician121
Audit or Assessment of individual QMS technicians.
Key Personnel must have a QMS Level II Plant Certification.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Inspection of Structure Coating122
Key Personnel must have the following: NCDOT Bridge Coating Inspector, Level I certification; NACE Level I and six (6) months training with experienced coating inspector.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Intelligent Transportation Systems Design123
Develop plans, functional specifications, and estimates for intelligent transportation systems. These systems may include: detailed communications infrastructure (including utility make- ready engineering), computerized signal systems, closed circuit television cameras, dynamic message signs, incident detection, roadway weather information systems, automated weigh stations, low visibility detection, reversible lanes, and software interface requirements.
ITS Design EngineerNC P.E.2P.E.
Key Personnel shall have directly related and demonstrated experience with designing complex ITS project plans, specifications, and cost estimates including, but not be limited to, connected and intelligent traffic signal systems including connected vehicle technologies, closed circuit television camera systems, dynamic message sign systems, incident detection systems, road weather information systems, reversible lane systems, weigh station systems technologies including, but not limited to, weigh-in-motion systems, tire anomaly systems, license plate readers, thermal imaging systems and other related technologies. Key personnel shall also have directly related and demonstrated experience with designing Traffic Operation Centers’ communications, audio, and visual systems consisting of, but not limited to, computer workstations and servers in conventional and virtual environments, L2 and L3 Ethernet switches, routers, firewalls, IDS (Intrusion Detection Software) and/or IPS (Intrusion Prevention System), video walls and related management devices. Firm shall also be adapt at developing software operational requirements to ensure that such ITS technologies as identified above will function to form an operational networking system.
Key Personnel shall be adapt at working with power companies to identify power need requirements and delivery or establishment of utility services. Upon identification of utility services, Key Personnel shall possess knowledge of the National Electrical Code to prepare electrical service plans based on working voltage, amperage and voltage drops to develop proper wire sizing for service entrance conductors and feeder circuits.
Developing ITS project plans shall include at a minimum, TOC layouts, device placement, power distribution systems, center and field communications systems (inside/outside plants), communications cable routing plans including Utility Make Ready (UMR), field investigation and surveys for designing power and communications systems including wireless communications path analysis and signal strengths, site surveys for road elevations for the placement of ITS supporting structures, utility conflicts, and other related activities to develop an all-inclusive, complete, and constructible set of plans.
Developing ITS project specifications shall include, at a minimum, project scopes, detailed hardware and software description and functional requirements, detailed test plans for units and systems, detailed training requirements, comprehensive integration plans for new ITS systems into existing/new TOCs, and equipment repair and warranty requirements.
Developing ITS project cost estimate shall include equipment cost, constructions cost, testing and training costs, integrations cost, and cost of operation and warranties.
To achieve above listed tasks successfully, key personnel shall have strong knowledge of National Electrical Code (NEC), National Electrical Safety Code (NESC), principles of electrical and electronics engineering, communications network concepts including serial, Ethernet, wireless (900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, 5.8 GHz), and related equipment, communications protocols including ISO suite of protocols, NTCIP, DSRC, RS232, RS422, and other applicable protocols.
Interested Firm: Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit or changes in key personnel. Examples should include project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.
Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Inspection125
Construction Manager must show sufficient experience overseeing these type projects with the last five (5) years.
Must have personnel that meets minimum technician certification and experience as outlined in the CEI Guidelines:
Kevin Bradshaw, ckbradshaw@ncdot.gov
Interchange Design126
Required for any projects that have interchanges in the scope of work.
Roadway EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must submit sample plans showing sufficient design capacity, including horizontal and vertical alignments with curve data, design information for intersections and interchanges, typical sections and cross sections. Statement of CADD capability – Microstation/Geopack Software is required, including names of CADD users/technicians.
Craig Mozingo, 919 707-6323, csmozingo@ncdot.gov
Interchange Modification/Justification Reports127
Interchange Modification or Justification Reports (IMR/IJR). This includes all steps in preparation of IMR/IJR for submittal to FHWA. Steps include advanced traffic simulations, freeway and interchange analysis and providing detailed information for FHWA IMR/IJR process steps.
Project EngineerNC P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Prequalification for both Category Analysis – Freeways and Interchanges and Traffic Simulations Using Advanced Modeling Software is required to become approved in this discipline. Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit. Examples should include: project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.
Landscape and Streetscape Design132
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Lead-in / Loop Cable134
Provide Laboratory testing services in the area of polyethylene plastic extrusion materials for wire and cable
3
Key Personnel must be certified to perform the following: ASTM D-1248, and D-1603.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Maintenance Facility137
NCDOT has been involved in the design, management, and construction of maintenance facilities located along railroad tracks.
Project ManagerP.E. or R.A.10PE or AIA
Must show several examples of maintenance facilities. An understanding of passenger trains, building codes, FRA rules and regulations, ADA compliance, and local zoning ordinances is required.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Travel Demand Model Development140
Travel Demand model development for small area models (under 50,000) and regional models. Development of a new travel demand model or major/minor update of an existing travel demand model for various sizes of urban area (regional, MPO and non-MPO urban area.)
Must provide a list of travel demand model development projects for which the firm has worked on. Each project must contain: specific staff involved with the project and the role they played in the development; the type and size of the travel demand model (size of study, number of TAZ and major components of model approach); and anything unique or special on these projects. Must provide a list of other areas the firm has specialty (i.e. toll modeling, transit modeling, activity based modeling, etc.). Must list all staff members who will work on travel demand model development projects, including people who provide in-house QA/QC. For each person listed, list travel demand model projects they have worked on and in what capacity. Must have a current TransCAD license.
Travis Marshall, PE , 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
Multimodal Transportation Planning141
Must show expertise in development of the Transportation Plans which consider various modes of transportation and connections among them, including collection and forecasting of socio-economic data and travel survey data, and public participation for development of a plan.
Travis Marshall, PE , 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
Airport Electrical/ NAVAID/Procedure Development142
Airport Electronics and Navigational Aids (NAVAIDS), Airspace Obstacle Analysis and TERPS (Terminal Instrument Procedures) Analysis.
Analyze requirements for locating and siting, on an individual airports basis, ADS-B, VORs, Localizers, Glideslopes, AWOS, ASOS, ATIS, RCO and GCO, and
development of IAP (Instrument Approach Procedures) based upon proposed installation of NAVAIDS.
Project EngineerP.E. and Licensed ElectricalP.E. and Licensed Electrical
Must submit three (3) Projects completed within the last five (5) years conforming to FAA Advisory Circular 150/5300 -13, 'Airport Design' standards and all FAA Advisory Circular in the 150/5340 and 150/5345-series that are related to Airport Electronics and Navigational Aids, designed utilizing FAA Airways Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) methods and practices, and provide the following for each project: project name and owner, number/type of navigational aids, Owner reference/evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. Must provide written approach to management of NAVAIDS installations and IAP development projects to ensure project compliance. Must submit equipment list for field observations and obstruction identification and analysis.
Must show knowledge of FAA Runway Safety Publications and had initial or recurrent training for CFR Part 130.303.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
NBIS Bridge Inspection143
NBIS Safety Inspection of Bridges
Team Leader(s)P.E.P.E.
Non-PE Inspection Team Leaders must have at least five (5) years of bridge safety inspection experience and must have successfully completed the NHI two week Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges Course 130055. PE Team Leaders must have successfully completed the NHI two week Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges Course 130055. Firm must demonstrate its ability to perform inspections using the NCDOT WIGINS program.
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
Inspection of Structure Coating146

Key Personnel must have the following: NCDOT Bridge Coating Inspector, Level I certification; NACE Level I and six (6) months training with experienced coating inspector.

Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Passenger Platforms147
NCDOT has been involved in the design, management, and construction of passenger platforms located along railroad tracks.
Project ManagerP.E. or R.A.10PE or AIA
Must show several examples of passenger platforms. An understanding of passenger trains; building codes; FRA rules and regulations; Amtrak, CSXT, and NS requirements; and ADA compliance is required.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Passenger Station Design148
NCDOT historically has been involved in renovations of pre-1950 passenger stations and as of late new stations. These newer stations are of the modern style of construction that is being built today.
Project ManagerR.A.10AIA
Must show several examples of recent project experience in station design and layout. A broad understanding of the North Carolina Building Codes, FRA rules and regulations, ADA compliance, and local zoning ordinances is required.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Pavement Analysis and Backcalculation149
Backcalculations of FWD. AASHTO ’93
Procedure and Pavement ME Design.
Pavement Design EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show project experience with AASHTO ’93 Procedure and Pavement ME Design. Must submit two (2) sample designs for concrete and asphalt for each procedure.
Matt Hilderbran, 919 329-4015, mrhilderbran@ncdot.gov
Pavement Condition Surveys150
Pavement distress identification and completion of survey forms.
Senior Technician/ Engineer2
Two (2) years of experience performing NCDOT surveys.
Camille Coombes, 919 835-8212, crcoombes@ncdot.gov
Pavement Deflection & Dynamic Cone Penetration (DCP) Testing151
Pavement and soil strength testing and pavement coring.
Project Technician with PE oversight2
Must have access/ownership to Falling Weight Deflectometer and must provide current calibration reports. Must have access/ownership to a Core Rig for DCP testing.
Matt Hilderbran, 919 329-4015, mrhilderbran@ncdot.gov
Pavement Design152
Design of concrete and asphalt pavement sections.
Pavement Design EngineerrP.E.5P.E.
Must show project experience with AASHTO ’93 Procedure and Pavement ME Design. Must submit two (2) sample designs for concrete and asphalt for each procedure.
Matt Hilderbran, 919 329-4015, mrhilderbran@ncdot.gov
Pavement Markings Plans155
Pavement markings, bicycle and pedestrian plans, curb ramps, lane continuity, lane drops, and exit only.
Project EngineerNC P.E.P.E.
Prequalification on an individual basis. Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Provide delineation plans with pedestrians accounted for with curb ramp and crosswalks. Projects can range from conventional to expressway/freeway type facilities. If a firm has previously completed acceptable work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification. Microstation software is required.
Large Format, Metric Camera Photogrammetric Services157
The work consists of performing 3-D stereo image measurements for computing position and orientation of large format, frame metric camera aerial imagery and photogrammetrically stereo compiling planimetric, topographic, and DTM data; merging the compiled photogrammetric data with field data such as planimetric classification, cadastral data, and utility data; field classifying planimetric features; collecting and mapping cadastral data from existing county tax bases; producing planimetric maps, topographic maps, base plan sheets, digital orthophotography, DTM data and Aerotriangulation and Airborne Survey Reports as specified in the NCDOT Photogrammetry Unit manuals; and delivering the planimetric maps, topographic maps, base plan sheets, digital orthophotography, DTM data and Reports in digital formats. All mapping and base plan sheet digital data and DTM data shall be delivered in 3-D design files that conform to the NCDOT Photogrammetry level structure and symbology specifications; meet the global origin and working units found in the NCDOT Workspace Standards; and be compatible with the most current and future versions of Bentley Connect/ORD. Digital orthophotography shall be delivered in MrSID or TIF format with associated world files with specified compression.
Land SurveyorP.L.S.P.L.S.
All work must be performed under the responsible charge of a North Carolina (NC) registered Professional Land Surveyor (PLS). All Aerotriangulation and Airborne Survey Reports must be certified by an NC PLS. The firm must be capable of providing full photogrammetric services with large format, frame metric camera imagery, including aerotriangulation, DTMs, digital data delivery, cadastral mapping and field classification. Submitted prequalification materials must include the following: proposed sub consultants; example planimetric mapping file & DTM file in Microstation V8 DGN format, and example orthophoto files in TIF and SID formats with associated world files; list of proposed hardware and software in use at the office that will perform these services; and the location address of the office being prequalified.

Please review additional requirement descriptions material here:
Photo Disciple Codes Pre-Qualification Submittal Requirements​

Richard Greene, 919 707-7101, rggreene@ncdot.gov
Aerial Image Collection and Mapping Products W/UAS158
The work consists of using small format, frame non-metric camera imagery for generation of geospatial products to include image position and orientation determination, orthophotos, and elevation data. The work includes acquiring small format, frame aerial imagery with a mechanical shutter, non-metric camera on board an unmanned aerial system (UAS) platform at various altitudes above mean ground level. Primary focus is for Vertical Take Off/Landing (VTOL) UAS but fixed wing platforms are not precluded. For UAS operation, either a FAA Remote Pilot Certificate with an UAS rating under 14 CFR Part 107 (small UAS rule), section 44807 exemption of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018, or a Special Airworthiness Certificate (SAC) will be required. The firm must adhere to all current and future FAA and NC regulations regarding UAS operations including obtaining a NC Commercial UAS Operator Permit. The work also includes flight and control plan preparation, delivering geospatial products, and certifying Reports for acquisition, position and orientation data, orthophotos, and elevation data products.
Land SurveyorP.L.S.P.L.S.
All work must be performed under the responsible charge of a North Carolina (NC) registered Professional Land Surveyor (PLS). All Reports for acquisition, position and orientation data, orthophotos, and elevation data products must be certified by an NC PLS. The small format, frame non-metric camera must have a mechanical shutter and be capable of acquiring frame imagery with the exposure station’s nadir Ground Sample Distance (GSD) generally between 0.05 foot and 0.15 foot with 80% forward overlap at altitudes between 100 to 400 feet above mean ground level. Deviations from this GSD range should be noted in firm's prequalification materials. Submitted prequalification materials must include the following: proposed sub consultants; equipment list (UAS, cameras, GNSS/IMU equipment if applicable, etc.) with technical data sheets for all proposed equipment; proposed software list (flight planning, structure from motion photogrammetry, elevation data product formats, etc.) in use at the office that will perform these services; name, FAA license information, NCDOT Aviation Division UAS Operator Permit information, and amount of UAS operator experience for all proposed UAS pilots; general liability insurance information for UAS operations; and the location addresses for the base of operation for unmanned aircraft operations and the post-acquisition data processing of the offices being prequalified.

​Please review additional requirement descriptions material here:
Photo Disciple Codes Pre-Qualification Submittal Requirements​

Richard Greene, 919 707-7101, rggreene@ncdot.gov
Aerial LiDAR Collection/Processing & Elevation Data W/UAS159
The work consists of using a lightweight, small format, topographic LiDAR system for generation of LiDAR derived elevation data products. The work includes acquiring small format, topographic LiDAR data on board an unmanned aerial system (UAS) platform at various altitudes above mean ground level. Primary focus is for Vertical Take Off/Landing (VTOL) UAS but fixed wing platforms are not precluded. For UAS operation, either a FAA Remote Pilot Certificate with an UAS rating under 14 CFR Part 107 (small UAS rule), section 44807 exemption of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018, or a Special Airworthiness Certificate (SAC) will be required. The firm must adhere to all current and future FAA and NC regulations regarding UAS operations including obtaining a NC Commercial UAS Operator Permit. The work also includes flight and control plan preparation, delivering elevation data products, and certifying Reports for acquisition, position and orientation data, and elevation data products.
Land SurveyorP.L.S.P.L.S.
All work must be performed under the responsible charge of a North Carolina (NC) registered Professional Land Surveyor (PLS). All Reports for acquisition, position and orientation data, orthophotos, and elevation data products must be certified by an NC PLS. The small format, topographic LiDAR system must be a survey grade system that provides deeper vegetation penetration, power line extraction capabilities, and ground classified elevation data with a minimum density of 7 points per meter squared with an Root Mean Square Error accuracy of 0.10 foot or less with systematic elevation bias removed. Submitted prequalification materials must include the following: proposed sub consultants; equipment list (UAS, LiDAR sensor, cameras, GNSS/IMU equipment, etc.) with technical data sheets for all proposed equipment; proposed software list (flight planning, LiDAR post processing, LiDAR derived elevation product formats, etc.); name, FAA license information, NCDOT Aviation Division UAS Operator Permit information, and amount of UAS operator experience for all proposed UAS pilots; FAA UAS Registration information; general liability insurance information for UAS operations; accuracy test results, including horizontal accuracy results if available, for the proposed LiDAR system; and the location addresses for the base of operation for unmanned aircraft operations and the post-acquisition LiDAR data processing of the offices being prequalified.

​Please review additional requirement descriptions material here:
Photo Disciple Codes Pre-Qualification Submittal Requirements​

Richard Greene, 919 707-7101, rggreene@ncdot.gov
Aerial Mapping Control160
This work consists of establishing ground control for aerial mapping using Global Positioning System (GPS) and/or conventional surveying techniques. It involves placing and surveying well distributed photo-identifiable panels at control point locations throughout the project and submitting a Control Surveys Report. The Control Report must include both localized and State Plane Coordinates for each control point and shall be signed and sealed by the North Carolina Professional Land Surveyor (PLS).
Land SurveyorP.L.S.P.L.S.
Submit a list of GPS surveying equipment and a list of conventional surveying equipment. Submit an example of a GPS site calibration or site localization (this needs to show that you can GPS existing control points on a project and rotate, translate and scale your GPS data so that your GPS data agrees with the project control).

Please review additional requirement descriptions material here:​
Photo Disciple Codes Pre-Qualification Submittal Requirements​

Richard Greene, 919 707-7101, rggreene@ncdot.gov
Oversize and Overweight Load and Vehicle Operations162
Evaluation and analysis related to infrastructure preservation and safety on the State highway system for the routing and operation of loads, vehicles, and vehicle combinations that exceed statutory maximums (weight, height, length, and/or width).
Project Manager2
Key personnel shall have a minimum of two (2) years of experience in evaluating infrastructure data (posted bridges and roads, route restrictions, clearances, etc.) related to the impacts and safety of the routing and operation of oversize (width, height, length) and/or overweight loads, vehicles, and vehicle combinations. A working knowledge of related statutory (NCGS) requirements, related administrative code (NCAC) requirements, Surface Transportation Assistance Act (STAA) dimensioned vehicles and requirements, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) guidelines, the movement of 16-foot wide mobile homes, escort vehicles and operators, equipment and safety requirements, house moves, power units, axle weights and load limits, and the "Oversize/Overweight Permit Handbook" is required. A working knowledge of the protection and confidentiality requirements related to personally identifiable information (PII) and payment card industry (PCI) standards, and the issuing of permits (annual and single trip), is also required. Past experience with the Department for similar work by the vendor may also be considered.
Project Management168
Real Estate Broker’s License
Must submit resume and experience of firm and all staff that perform this work.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Property Management170
Real Estate Broker’s License
Must submit resume and experience of firm and all staff that perform this work.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Public Involvement171
Submit an organizational chart showing key staff with SHORT resumes who are responsible for public involvement. Consultants should also include in their submittal a list of other disciplines with NCDOT with which they are prequalified. Must submit two (2) examples of work. Consultants should demonstrate in their submittal an understanding of how the community impact assessment, public involvement, LEP, Environmental Justice, NEPA and the Clean Water Act work in concert as part of the project development process.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Public Water Distribution Systems173
Analysis of existing Public Water Distribution Systems for conflicts with highway project construction. Design and development of Utility Construction Plans for resolving these conflicts.
EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must submit samples of reports of water line analysis. Must submit plans and specifications demonstrating design of water line relocations.
Bo Hemphill, 919 707-6981, bohemphill@ncdot.gov
Public Water Transmission Systems174
Analysis of existing Public Water Transmission Systems (24” minimum diameter) for conflicts with highway project construction. Design and development of Utility Construction Plans for resolving these conflicts.
EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must submit samples of reports of water transmission analysis. Must submit plans and specifications demonstrating design of water line relocations.
Bo Hemphill, 919 707-6981, bohemphill@ncdot.gov
Rail Construction Project Inspection and Management176
Must show the presence of a current safety program, familiarity with railroad construction means and methods, and experience inspecting railroad construction projects for Class I railroads.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Corridor Maintenance Assessments, Surveys and Lease Studies177
NCDOT has been involved in the maintenance, preservation, and reactivation of railroad corridors throughout the state.
Project EngineerP.E.5P.E.
A detailed understanding of maintenance assessments, surveys, and lease studies is required. Must show recent project experience related to the assessments and surveys of work to be completed. Also, show recent examples of lease analysis.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Corridor Traffic Modeling & Capacity178
Must show experience related to rail traffic modeling and capacity studies with recent project history given.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Facilities179
NCDOT has been involved in the design, management, and construction of rail facilities.
Project ManagerP.E. or R.A.10
Must show several examples of rail facilities. An understanding of passenger trains, building codes, FRA rules and regulations, ADA compliance, and local zoning ordinances is required.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Functional and Preliminary Design180
Must show project experience in rail design at the concept and functional level, to include recently completed projects related to new location or existing alignment improvements. Alternatives analysis history is also desired as it demonstrates the firm’s ability to propose various solutions for complex issues.+J4:J6
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Sidings181
Associated with the NCDOT Preserved Corridors, Train Stations, and Locomotive & Railcar Maintenance Facilities.
Project EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show recent project experience related to the design and layout, from preliminary through final design and construction, of industrial and rail sidings.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Railroad Crossing Signal and Traffic Engineering Services182
Civil design of grade crossing separation projects.
Project EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show experience in design of civil plans for highway-rail grade crossing signals/gates projects at multiple locations. Must show experience in design of railroad-preempted traffic signals. Must have at least one registered PE with experience in grade crossing signals. Must have at least one registered PE with experience in railroad-preempted traffic signals.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Railroad Crossing Signal and Traffic Engineering Services182
Electrical design of grade crossing signals/gates projects.
Project EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show experience in design of electrical/electronic highway-rail grade crossing signals/gates systems. Experience must include track circuits, train detection/ crossing control systems, wiring of flashing light signals and gates, and all other elements necessary for a fully functional automatic grade crossing warning system in accordance with host railroad and NCDOT standards and specifications. P.E. not required, but desired.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Railroad Crossing Signal and Traffic Engineering Services182
Other traffic engineering services.
Project EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show experience with traffic capacity analysis, traffic safety analysis, and highway-rail crossing inventory in accordance with FRA and NCDOT standards and specifications.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Railroad Communications and Signal System Design183
Must show project experience in designing discipline components and projects for Class I railroads.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Relocation Review185
Real Estate Broker’s License
Must submit resume and experience of firm and all staff that perform this work.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Relocation Assistance186
Real Estate Broker’s License
Must submit resume and experience of firm and all staff that perform this work.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Remote Sensing Data189
Collection and interpreting information about the environment and the surface of the earth from a distance, primarily by sensing radiation that is naturally emitted or reflected by the earth’s surface or from the atmosphere, or by sensing signals transmitted from a device and reflected back to it.
Examples include aerial photography, radar and satellite imaging.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with remote sensing images acquired from aircraft, satellites or ground bases, or platforms using visual or computer assisted technology.
Jun Wu, 919 707-2155, jwu@ncdot.gov
Review of Railroad Engineering Drawings, Standards & Specifications191
Must show project experience as a reviewer of drawings, standards, and specifications for rail improvement project stakeholders and owners. More than one review contract in recent history is desirable.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Right of Way Appraisals192
Right of Way AppraiserAppraiser’s LicenseReal Estate Broker’s License
Must submit resume and experience of firm and all staff that perform this work.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Right of Way Negotiators194
Right of Way NegotiatorReal Estate Broker’s LicenseReal Estate Broker’s License
Must submit resume and experience of firm and all staff that perform this work.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Roadway Construction Engineering and Inspection195
Construction Manager must show sufficient experience overseeing these type projects with the last five (5) years.
Must have personnel that meets minimum technician certification and experience as outlined in the CEI Guidelines:
Kevin Bradshaw, ckbradshaw@ncdot.gov
Route Location Surveys199
Conventional Surveying
Land SurveyorN.C. PLSLand Surveying (NC Board)
Submit a list of conventional surveying equipment. Submit an example of a route survey – the example must have a tie to control monumentation and must have bearings, distances and curve data on the alignment. (Prefer an electronic PDF of the route survey. )
James Dodson, 919-707-6800, jdodson@ncdot.gov
Feasibility Studies200
Must show experience in performing detailed Highway Capacity analysis, including mainline analysis (two lane, multilane, arterial & freeway), interchanges, intersections and roundabouts, as well as traffic simulations using advanced traffic modeling software. Must show experience in performing interchange modification and justification studies and preparing conceptual and functional roadway designs using minimal information. Must show experience in performing and documenting NEPA planning documents on various types of improvements.
Derric Lewis, 919 707-4663, dlewis@ncdot.gov
Rural Roadway Design201
Entry level for smaller and less complex projects, i.e. bridge replacement projects, safety projects and rural widening projects.
Roadway EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must submit sample plans showing sufficient design capacity, including horizontal and vertical alignments with curve data, design information for intersections and interchanges, typical sections and cross sections. Statement of CADD capability – Microstation/Geopack Software is required, including names of CADD users/technicians.
Craig Mozingo, 919 707-6323, csmozingo@ncdot.gov
Sanitary Sewer Collection Systems203
Analysis of existing Sanitary Sewer Collection Systems for conflicts with highway project construction. Design and development of Utility Construction Plans for resolving these conflicts.
EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must submit samples of reports of sanitary sewer line analysis. Must submit plans and specifications demonstrating design of sanitary sewer relocations.
Bo Hemphill, 919 707-6981, bohemphill@ncdot.gov
Sanitary Sewer Outfall Systems204
Analysis of existing Sanitary Sewer Outfall Systems (24” minimum diameter) for conflicts with highway project construction. Design and development of Utility Construction Plans for resolving these conflicts.
EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must submit samples of reports of sanitary sewer outfall analysis. Must submit plans and specifications demonstrating design of sanitary sewer outfall relocations.
Bo Hemphill, 919 707-6981, bohemphill@ncdot.gov
School Traffic Operations Studies205
Traffic Analysis of on-campus and directly affected intersections regarding school transportation operations (pedestrian, bicycle, parent and staff automobile, and buses). This work may be required for completion of documents involving school student loading operations (parent vehicle and buses), parent traffic needs (queuing and parking) and pedestrian/bicycle interaction.
Project EngineerNC P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Must show knowledge and proficiency with advanced simulation modeling software to analyze school transportation. Modeling should include identifying the student loading zone and simulation of the on-campus traffic pattern (both entering and exiting the campus) and creating multiple student loading cycles. Analysis should include actual data and/or calculations provided by the MSTA School Traffic Calculator. Some preliminary design detail work/knowledge may be included. In addition to school transportation operations analysis will encompass work included in Capacity Analysis – Intersections and Corridors and Traffic Impact Studies. If previously prequalified in this discipline, recent examples are required. Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. Examples should include: project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.
Signal Design207
Local intersection signal design.
Signal Design EngineerNC P.E.2P.E.
Key personnel should be employees with at least two (2) years of hands-on experience with a significant number of signal plans and have designed a signal in the State of NC within the past 5 years. Personnel that have only managed projects involving traffic signals will not qualify without sufficient signal design experience. Examples of Key Personnel’s work is required if they have not submitted signal designs to NCDOT within the past 5 years; electronic submittals only. Examples should be less than five years old and shall include at a minimum signal phasing, detection, and basic signal timing information. If the work was performed for, or submitted to, the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. Please note, Signal Electrical and Programming Details (Discipline Code 208) are required for a complete signal design plan package.
Signal Equipment Design208
Local intersection signal equipment design.
Project EngineerNC P.E.2P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role.  Key personnel should be employees with at least two (2) years of hands-on signal equipment design experience using 2070 controllers.  When developing work associated with this discipline, reference the Guidelines for​ Preparation of ITS & Signal Plans by Private Engineering Firms​ for guidance. The electrical and programming details associated with discipline code 208 shall be prepared to include, but not limited to, information as listed in the Electrical and Programming Plans section of this document. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples of this type of work are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit.  Otherwise, submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. Submitted examples of work shall include the database or configuration file for the design.  If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. Must have a fully functional test lab that has been approved by NCDOT staff.  The lab shall include a type 332 cabinet, 2070 controller unit, and the latest approved version of each software package that is on contract with NCDOT.  The lab may be maintained by a third party provided it has been approved by NCDOT, and there is a written agreement between the private engineering firm and the party responsible for maintaining the lab. If a third party lab is utilized, any testing of the design must be performed by the actual designer.​​
Signal Communications Designs209
Developing communication plans (fiber, radio, Ethernet, etc.) and performing surveys of aerial utilities and making recommendations for adjustments based on the NESC.
Signal System Communications Design EngineerNC P.E.2P.E.
Key personnel shall have direct relatedly experience with preparing signal communications project plans, specifications and estimates for outside plant communications for interconnecting of traffic signal. Key personnel shall have designed a signal communications plan in the State of NC within the past 5 years. Key personnel shall have experience developing communications plans for outside plant consisting of fiber optic cable, wireless interconnect and/or a combination of both. Key personnel shall be experienced at developing fiber optic splice plans and interpreting existing plans to determine correct operational splice plans and be proficient in Serial and Ethernet Communications system design using wired and/or wireless technologies (900 MHz). Wireless deployments require knowledge and understanding of wireless communications path analysis and signal strengths and site surveys for the successful deployment of wireless communication devices.
Utility Make Ready Plan Development: Key personnel shall be familiar with the National Electrical Safety Code and developing utility make ready plans associated with installing outside plant cable. This requires experience reviewing utility attachments on joint-use pole lines and identifying violations with regards to the rules and regulations associated with the National Electrical Safety Code. Additionally, these individuals will work and coordinate with representatives of the various Utility Owners to identify necessary adjustments (Utility Make-Ready Plans) when violations are identified to ensure no violations will occur once a new communications media is installed on the joint-use pole. Additional coordination may be required to verify all utility make-ready work is performed in accordance with the plans.
Interested Firms: Must submit examples of DOT or similar work complete within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer, electronic submittals will only be accepted. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation & Mobility Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit or changes in key personnel. Examples should include project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.
Signal System Timing210
Developing signal system coordination timing plans and field implementation/fine tuning of the signal system coordination timing plans.
Signal System Timing EngineerNC P.E.P.E.
For the development and implementation of signal system timing plans for state-maintained signal systems (separate from centralized metropolitan signal systems). Key Personnel should be employees with at least two (2) years of signal system timing plan development AND field-implementation experience. Emphasis on employees with the experience and expertise to field-implement and fine-tune signal system timing plans. Personnel that have only managed projects involving signal system timing, or only have experience using traffic-related software to develop, analyze, and/or optimize signal system timing plans, WILL NOT QUALIFY without sufficient experience in the field-implementation and fine-tuning of signal system timing plans. Application must identify specific personnel that are qualified for signal system timing work. Examples of Key Personnel’s work will be requested if their resume does not show evidence of sufficient signal system timing plan development and field-implementation experience. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If key personnel have been previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing unit.
Strategic Planning226
Conduct research and data analysis to inform business decisions; set priorities; propose actions to focus energy and resources, as well as strengthening operations.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with strategic planning, understanding of data analysis, and/or knowledge of business operations and procedures.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Stream Biological Monitoring227
Benthic Macroinvertebrate collection.
Biologist/ Ecologist3
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field. NC DWQ Aquatic Insect Collection certification preferred.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Stream Mitigation Site Design and Construction Assistance and Post-Construction Monitoring228
Biologist/ Ecologist, Soil Scientist, EngineerP.E.5
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field. NC DWQ Aquatic Insect Collection certification preferred. Minimum of at least 2 stream mitigation restoration and/or relocation projects (minimum of 1000 LF each) that included channel reconstruction or relocation based upon natural geomorphic designs incorporating in-stream structures (i.e., rock cross vanes, rock vanes, j-hook vanes, rootwads, etc.) Include name of project, linear feet of stream, completion date, owner of the project, a description of the work involved with the project, as well as the post-construction monitoring results and mitigation credit release. Projects must be planned and designed to meet compensatory mitigation requirements of USACE, NCDWQ, and/or NCDCM. Provide additional information as appropriate on up to 5 additional stream projects that have been completed, including project name, linear feet of stream, completion date, owner of the project and a description of the work involved with the project. Please provide any additional training/experience relating to Stream Restoration and Construction.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Stream Mitigation Site Plan229
Feasibility and preliminary planning.
Biologist/Ecologist, Soil Scientist, EngineerP.E.3
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource
Management Field.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Stream Restoration/Mitigation Monitoring231
All services associated with the stream restoration/ mitigation monitoring work.
Engineer or Biologist5
Must submit an organization chart identifying the firms design/monitoring team and their years of experience, applicable registrations, company history involved in this type work, and verify that they are permanent employees of the firm. Must submit at least one (1) key employee who will be responsible for all communication with the Roadside Environmental Unit. For each employee (engineer, biologist or project manager), must submit two (s) examples of NCDOT or similar work that has been approved/reviewed by the Roadside Environmental Unit or other authority.
Each sample of work should include: project lists and descriptions, including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this work will be also considered for prequalification.
David Harris, PE, 919 707-2925, dharriss@ncdot.gov
Structures Construction Engineering and Inspection233
Construction Manager must show sufficient experience overseeing these type projects with the last five (5) years.

Must have personnel that meets minimum technician certification and experience as outlined in the CEI Guidelines:



Kevin Bradshaw, ckbradshaw@ncdot.gov
Studies of Economic and Fiscal Impact of Rail Related Activities234
Economic analysis of rail related activities.
5
Must show substantial experience estimating direct and in-direct cash inputs to local and regional economies, job creation and other economic impacts resulting from passenger rail and freight rail related activities.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
SUE235
Subsurface Utility Engineering
Land SurveyorN.C. PLSLand Surveying (NC Board)
Submit a list of SUE surveying equipment including surface geophysical location equipment and non-damaging excavating equipment.
James Dodson, 919-707-6800, jdodson@ncdot.gov
Technical & Negotiation Assistance in Securing Rail Lines or Corridors238
5
Must show experience in the valuation of railroads, both active and inactive, including corridors and miscellaneous property and rolling stock. Must show experience in negotiations with Class 1 and short-line railroads regarding purchases of right-of-way, equipment, and business interests.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Thermoplastic241
Provide Laboratory testing services in the area of thermoplastics
3
Key Personnel must be certified to perform the following: AASHTO M249 and T250; ASTM, C256, D36, D92, D153, D792, D2240, D4960, D4796, D4797, D
3720 or D4764, and E1349.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Threatened and Endangered Species Survey & Studies243
Conduct surveys and formulate a Biological Conclusion for Federally Protected plant and animal species in NC
Biologist/ Ecologist3
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field. Appropriate licenses for animal collection must be submitted with package if applicable
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Traffic Management Plan - Level 3 and 4247
TMP design of non-significant Level 3 or 4 work zones expected to have a low impact on traffic. This includes:

(1) rural and urban widening and/or bridge replacements on lower volume secondary roads.
(2) Rural, new location projects where construction is mostly away from traffic.
(3) Small, spot safety projects generally let at the Division level through purchase order.

See “Guidelines for determining work zone level of significance” located at:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/projects/WZTC/Pages/default.aspx
Traffic Control Project Engineer (NC PE)Traffic Control Project Engineer must be registered PE in NCN/ANC P.E.
Must have one (1) key person per role.

Approval or denial will be based on the credentials, work history, and/or sample plan work submitted for the individuals associated with this discipline. Only NC registered PE's will be evaluated for the role of Traffic Control Project Engineer.

Submit two (2) sample Traffic Management Plans (in electronic format) prepared within the last 5 years for NCDOT or similar agency that are dated and sealed. The sample plans should show sufficient design capabilities of a Level 3 or 4 work zone.

In lieu of sample TMPs, consideration will be given to individuals with resumes indicating a broad knowledge of traffic engineering, roadway design, structure design and construction engineering as well as completion of work zone design training courses sponsored or approved by FHWA , ATTSA (American Traffic Safety Services Association), or the NHI (National Highway Institute).

Provide a statement of CADD capability; Microstation CADD software is required.
Project Level Traffic Forecasting251
Project Level Traffic Forecasting for: (1) areas with a regional model; (2) areas without with a small areas model; and
(3) areas without the travel demand model. Specify which type of forecast should be completed. Project Level Traffic Forecasting is different than a traffic impact study or traffic impact analysis. We do not consider these tasks as relevant experience when considering firms qualified for PLTF.
Must have a current TransCAD license. May require to show ability to collect daily, hourly and turning movement counts. Must provide a list of NCDOT TIP projects which the firm has performed with the last 4 years. For each project, list the specific staff involved with the project and the role they played in the development, they type of forecast used (regional model, other model, or did not use travel demand model), and anything special concerning the forecast (complex, urgent turn around, unique, etc.) which show other techniques that may be valuable to bring to the Department. For each person, list the NCDOT TIP projects they have worked on and in what capacity (data collection, analysis, travel demand modeling, figure development, etc.). Must list additional projects firm has completed for other entities.
Travis Marshall, PE , 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
Traffic Impact Studies252
Preparation of Traffic Impact Analysis/Study (TIA/TIS) for NCDOT review, primarily for a private developer and municipal projects seeking access to the State Highway System.
Project EngineerNC P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Must show adherence to all Department policies and guidelines, including the Policy on Street and Driveways, Driveways Access to North Carolina Highways and the NCDOT Congestion Management Capacity Analysis Guidelines.
Prequalification in this discipline is not required for a firm/engineer to submit a TIA for NCDOT review, as the Department cannot dictate which engineer can be hired by a private entity. Prequalification in this discipline indicates that the engineer in question has demonstrated adherence to all relevant policies and practices, and as such simplified the Department’s review and evaluation of the requested access. The primary purpose of this discipline is to indicate the likely review time of the submitted report by the Congestion Management Section. Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit. Examples should include: project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.
Preliminary Traffic Noise Analysis (TNA) for NEPA Documents253
An Analyst and a Reviewer are required; Analyst must have formal classroom training in FHWA Traffic Noise Model (TNM®); Reviewer must have either formal classroom training in FHWA Traffic Noise Model (TNM®) OR must have successfully completed the NHI Highway Traffic Noise Course (# 142051); Resume (2 pgs or less), all applicable training certificates and a complete list of noise analyses performed/reviewed within past 5 years (including client) must be submitted for review
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Traffic Separation Studies & Crossing Evaluation Studies255
Project EngineerP.E.P.E.
Roadway design experience required. Experience in feasibility studies is a plus, but not a requirement. Experience in railroad work is plus, but not a requirement.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Traffic Simulations Using Advanced Modeling Software256
Traffic simulations of complex networks. This includes proficiency with advanced simulation modeling software to analyze more complicated road networks. This work may be required for the completion of documents involving freeway interchanges and alternative intersection design that cannot be reasonable completed by macroscopic analysis software.
Project EngineerNC P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Software packages used for this discipline include, but not limited to, TSIS-CORSIM, VISSIM, Paramics and TransModeler. Because of its limitations for use for uninterrupted flow, the Synchro/SimTraffic software package is not included for qualification in this discipline. Must submit examples of DOT or similar work completed within the last five (5) years and sealed by each engineer; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit.
Examples should include: project lists and descriptions including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this will also be considered for prequalification.
Train Performance & Rail Line Capacity Analysis257
Train Performance Calculation and Capacity Modeling.
5
Must show substantial experience performing all aspects of Train Performance Calculation as well as Capacity Modeling for passenger and freight rail systems.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Comprehensive Transportation Planning Development260
Must show expertise in development of Multimodal Transportation Plans according to the state CTP requirements.
Travis Marshall, PE , 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
Long Range Transportation Planning261
Traffic Forecasting, Air Quality Conformity Analysis and other analyses required by NCDOT: i.e. Transit Ridership Analysis, Sub-area Analysis, Corridor Analysis, Toll Analysis, Travel Demand Management Decisions, Traffic Diversion and Emergency Evacuation Analysis, etc.
Must show expertise in the development of the Multimodal Long Range Transportation Plans to satisfy Federal regulations. These typically occur in urban areas with greater than 50,000 population. size of the travel demand model (size of study, number of TAZ, and other features of the model used); details on how the model was used, what model output was used and for what purpose(s). Must list all staff members who will work on travel demand model application projects, including people who provide in-house QA/QC. For each person listed, list travel demand model projects they have worked on and in what capacity. Must have a current TransCAD license.
Travis Marshall, PE , 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
Travel Survey262
5
Must show expertise and experience performing surveys for travel demand modeling or long range transportation planning, such as household surveys, origin- destination surveys, work place surveys, commercial vehicle surveys, etc. Must demonstrate ability to perform Travel Surveys from beginning to end, including development, distribution, compiling and data analysis. Must provide information about the area of the completed survey (urban area, MPO or region), year it was developed and who was the leading expert.
Travis Marshall, PE , 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
Urban Roadway Design269
More complex urban widening and new location projects with increased project impact restrictions due to dense residential and/or commercial development.
Roadway EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must submit sample plans showing sufficient design capacity, including horizontal and vertical alignments with curve data, design information for intersections and interchanges, typical sections and cross sections. Statement of CADD capability – Microstation/Geopack Software is required, including names of CADD users/technicians.
Craig Mozingo, 919 707-6323, csmozingo@ncdot.gov
Utility Coordination270
Analysis of existing overhead and underground dry utilities for conflicts within highway project construction. Identification of ROW/PUE requirements. Design and development of Utility by Others plans by obtaining owner concurrence for proposed utility relocations.
Must submit samples of reports of any project where a utility analysis and preliminary routing was designed for electrical, gas and telephone facilities.
Amy D. York, 919 707-6996,  adyork@ncdot.gov
Visualization276
Renderings - 2D images created from 3D models of the proposed project using CADD data in programs such as Microstation and Autodesk 3ds Max.

Photosimulations – Renderings that are superimposed and blended into an existing site photo, including post processing work in programs such as Adobe Photoshop.

Animations - A video product produced by rendering 24-30 images/frames per second, most often used to show a flyover or drive thru of a project, including post processing through programs such as Adobe Premiere or After Effects.​
Three (3) examples from different Highway/Transportation projects.
David Hinnant, 919 707-7050, dbhinnant@ncdot.gov
Wetland and Stream Delineation280
Jurisdictional delineation of wetlands and streams. Includes familiarity with USACE and DWQ forms and worksheets including Rapanos.
Biologist/ Ecologist,Soil Scientist3
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field, Wetland Delineation Stream Identification, and NCWAM training certificates. PWS preferred.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Wetland Restoration/ Mitigation Monitoring283
All services associated with the wetland restoration/ mitigation monitoring work.
Engineer or Biologist5
Must submit an organization chart identifying the firms design/monitoring team and their years of experience, applicable registrations, company history involved in this type work, and verify that they are permanent employees of the firm. Must submit at least one (1) key employee who will be responsible for all communication with the Roadside Environmental Unit. For each employee (engineer, biologist or project manager), must submit two (s) examples of NCDOT or similar work that has been approved/reviewed by the Roadside Environmental Unit or other authority.
Each sample of work should include: project lists and descriptions, including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this work will be also considered for prequalification.
David Harris, PE, 919 707-2925, dharriss@ncdot.gov
Wetland Mitigation Site Design and Construction Assistance & Post- Construction Monitoring284
Biologist/ Ecologist, Soil Scientist, EngineerP.E.5
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field. Minimum of at least 2 wetland mitigation restoration projects (minimum of 10 acres each) that included restoration (site grading and planting) of a prior impacted wetland system for compensatory wetland mitigation credits.
Include name of project, size, completion date, owner of the project, a description of the work involved with the project, as well as the post-construction monitoring results and mitigation credit release. Projects must be planned, and designed to meet compensatory mitigation requirements of USACE, NCDWQ, and/or NCDCM. Provide additional information as appropriate on up to 5 additional wetland mitigation projects that have been completed, including project name, size, completion date, owner of the project and a description of the work involved with the project. Please provide any additional training/experience that the company has relating to Wetland Restoration and Construction.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Wetland Mitigation Site Planning285
Feasibility and preliminary planning.
Biologist/ Ecologist, Soil Scientist, EngineerP.E.3
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Wetland, Stream and Buffer Permitting287
Development of Complete Application, including discussion of all relevant State and Federal issues that affect the permit decision (not just drawings).
Biologist/ Ecologist, Project ManagerP.E.3
Key personnel must have a B.S. in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field. Experience with NEPA, CWA, Riparian Rules and CAMA is required. NCDOT Plan Reading training preferred.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Signal Systems Inspection289
Construction Manager must show sufficient experience overseeing these type projects with the last five (5) years.
Must have personnel that meets minimum technician certification and experience as outlined in the CEI Guidelines:
Kevin Bradshaw, ckbradshaw@ncdot.gov
Other290
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
GeoMaterials Laboratory Certification (Tier I)291
Laboratory and Technician certification for the following AASHTO/NCMod tests: T- 11, T-27, R-58 (NCMod), T-88 (NCMod), T-89 (NCMod), T-90 (NCMod), T-265 and
M-145. Optional Tests: T-267 and T-289. Firm must be certified by AASHTO Resource (Formerly AMRL) Accreditation Program. Firm’s testing facility and equipment will also need to be assessed.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
GeoMaterials Laboratory Certification (Tier II)292
GeoMaterials Laboratory Certification (Tier I), plus AASHTO T-99, T-100, T-134, T- 193 and ASTM D-1633.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
GeoMaterials Laboratory Certification (Tier III)293
GeoMaterials Laboratory Certification (Tier I) and (Tier II), plus T-216, T-296 and T-
297. Optional Tests: T-208 and T-215.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Roadway Foundation Investigation and Design294
Geotechnical Engineer AND Project Geologist or Geological EngineerL.G. or P.E.5P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for each role. For each key person, submit two (2) examples of DOT or similar work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years. Drilling contractor/ subcontractor must be prequalified for work code 3050: Drilling for Geotechnical Investigations, and equipment must be able to access wooded and overgrown areas, obtain N and H size cores, perform standard penetration tests (SPT) with an automatic hammer, and drill 120ft SPT borings and 200ft mud borings.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Structure Foundation Investigation and Design295
Shallow and Deep Foundations
Geotechnical Engineer AND Project Geologist or Geological EngineerL.G. or P.E.5P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for each role. For each key person, submit one (1) shallow or driven pile foundation example and one (1) deep foundation example other than driven piles of DOT or similar work that are in accordance with the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications, were sealed by the key person and completed within the last three(3) years. Drilling contractor/ subcontractor must be prequalified for work code 3050: Drilling for Geotechnical Investigations, and equipment must be able to access wooded and overgrown areas, obtain N and H size cores, perform standard penetration tests (SPT) with an automatic hammer, and drill 120ft SPT borings and 200ft mud borings.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Retaining Wall Investigation and Design296
Post-Bid Design Retaining Walls
Geotechnical Engineer AND Project Geologist or Geological EngineerL.G. or P.E.5P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for each role. For each key person, submit one (1) cut wall example and one (1) fill wall example that have at least 1500sf of wall face area. Submit examples of DOT or similar work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years. Drilling contractor/ subcontractor must be prequalified for work code 3050: Drilling for Geotechnical Investigations, and equipment must be able to access wooded and overgrown areas, obtain N and H size cores, perform standard penetration tests (SPT) with an automatic hammer, and drill 120ft SPT borings and 200ft mud borings.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Pavement Design Investigation297
Subgrade Design and Chemical Stabilization
Geotechnical Engineer AND Project Geologist or Geological EngineerL.G. or P.E.5P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for each role. For each key person, submit an example of DOT or similar work for each description of work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years. Experience with using dynamic cone penetrometers and recovering pavement cores using thin walled core barrels is required. Drilling equipment (in-house or outsourced) to obtain 4” to 6” dia. pavement cores up to 24” thick and drill pavement borings to a depth of 20 ft. History of efficiently managing field investigation work at night with work zone traffic control and regularly completing pavement cores in 30 minutes.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Ground Improvement Design298
Dynamic Compaction, Grouting, Stone Columns, Wick Drains, etc.
Geotechnical EngineerP.E.10P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for the geotechnical engineer. For each key person, submit an example of DOT or similar work for two (2) different descriptions of work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Cantilever Retaining Wall Design299
Sheet Pile, Cantilever Concrete, Pile Panel and Soldier Pile Retaining Walls.
Geotechnical EngineerP.E.5P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for the geotechnical engineer. For each key person, submit an example of DOT or similar work for two (2) different descriptions of work that are in accordance with the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications, were sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Anchored Retaining Wall Design300
Anchored (Tieback) Retaining Walls and Shoring, Soil Nail Retaining Walls and Temporary Soil Nail Walls
Geotechnical EngineerP.E.5P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for the geotechnical engineer. For each key person, submit one (1) anchored shoring or anchored retaining wall example that is in accordance with the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications and one (1) soil nail retaining wall or temporary soil nail wall example that is in accordance with the FHWA Geotechnical Engineering Circular No. 7 “Soil Nail Walls”. Submit examples of DOT or similar work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Dam Investigation, Evaluation and Design301
Geotechnical Engineer AND Project Geologist or Geological EngineerL.G. or P.E.5P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for each role. For each key person, submit two (2) examples of DOT or similar work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years. Drilling contractor/ subcontractor must be prequalified for work code 3050: Drilling for Geotechnical Investigations, and equipment must be able to access wooded and overgrown areas, obtain N and H size cores, perform standard penetration tests (SPT) with an automatic hammer, and drill 120ft SPT borings and 200ft mud borings.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Landslide Investigation, Evaluation and Mitigation Design302
Geotechnical Engineer AND Project Geologist or Geological EngineerL.G. or P.E.5P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for each role. For each key person, submit two (2) examples of DOT or similar work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years. Drilling contractor/ subcontractor must be prequalified for work code 3050: Drilling for Geotechnical Investigations, and equipment must be able to access wooded and overgrown areas, obtain N and H size cores, perform standard penetration tests (SPT) with an automatic hammer, and drill 120ft SPT borings and 200ft mud borings.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Rock Slope Investigation, Evaluation and Design303
Rock Slope Design and Stabilization (Rock Bolts, Rock Slope Drapes, Rockfall Barriers, etc.)
Geotechnical Engineer AND Project Geologist or Geological EngineerL.G. or P.E.10P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for each role. For each key person, submit one (1) rock slope design example and one (1) rock slope stabilization example of rock slopes taller than 50ft and steeper than 1:1 (H:V). Submit examples of DOT or similar work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years. Successful completion of at least 1,000ft of rock coring within the last three (3) years and experience with a down hole camera is required. Drilling contractor/ subcontractor must be prequalified for work code 3050: Drilling for Geotechnical Investigations, and equipment must be able to access wooded and overgrown areas, obtain N and H size cores, perform standard penetration tests (SPT) with an automatic hammer, and drill 120ft SPT borings and 200ft mud borings.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Rock Blasting Evaluation and Design304
Production, Controlled, Trim, Trench and Secondary Blasting and Pre-Splitting
Geotechnical EngineerP.E.10P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for the geotechnical engineer. For each key person, submit one (1) blasting example and one (1) pre-splitting example. Submit examples of DOT or similar work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Micropile Design306
Geotechnical EngineerP.E.5P.E.

​Each micropile example for a different project in accordance with AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications​

 David Teague, (919) 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Limited English Proficiency (LEP)308
Submit an organizational chart showing key staff with SHORT resumes who are responsible for Limited English Proficiency. Consultants should also include in their submittal a list of other disciplines with NCDOT with which they are prequalified.
Must submit two (2) examples of Limited English Proficiency work. Consultants should demonstrate in their submittal an understanding of how the community impact assessment, public involvement, LEP, Environmental Justice, NEPA and the Clean Water Act work in concert as part of the project development process.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Traffic Data Collection309
The collection and/or processing of traffic data in various increments and durations including turning movement (may include classification), volume/speed/class, spot speed (lidar required), delay, gap, saturation flow rate, travel time, manual classification, pedestrian corridor crossing, compliance, volume/class (non- motorists), occupancy data, origin/destination, video, and other traffic-related data as needed.
Classification data may be in the NCDOT four class scheme (based on the FHWA 13-class scheme) or be in groups based on AASHTO design vehicles. Must be familiar with PETRAPro, PC-Warrants, the NCDOT Axle Based Classification Tree, NCDOT Guidelines for Classification by Length, Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) land use categories, and the FHWA Traffic Monitoring Guide (TMG), and National Weather Service (NWS) weather data.
Project Manager5
Key personnel shall have a minimum of five (5) years of experience in managing traffic data collection and/or traffic data processing. Work examples (electronic copies only) and references may be requested and reviewed depending on past experience shown on Key Personnel's resume. Past experience with the Department for similar work by the vendor may also be considered.
Roadway Lighting314
Roadway lighting layout design for fully controlled-access interchanges and for continuous sections between interchanges. Design utilizes a combination of high mast light standards, shoulder mount light standards, median mount light standards, underpass lighting if needed, light control and circuitry to meet the AASHTO lighting requirements.
Roadway EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must meet the “Necessary Expertise” stated in the AASHTO Roadway Lighting Design Guide, dated October 2018. Must submit sample of work, including lighting construction plans, corresponding lighting photometric plans using lighting design software and sample voltage drop calculation for circuit design. Must submit two(2) sample Roadway Lighting Plans prepared within the last 5 years for NCDOT or similar agency that are dated and sealed.
Craig Mozingo, 919 707-6323, csmozingo@ncdot.gov
Municipal & Regional Planning Studies315
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Multi-Use Trail Design, Survey & Layout316
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Bicycle Map Preparation318
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Load Testing & Finite Analysis319
Field Load Testing and Finite Element Modeling of Structures
Two (2) EngineersOne (1) P.E.5P.E.
Must demonstrate that it has Field Tested a minimum of five (5) structures. Must submit samples of work including calculations, finite element models and load test results. Firm is responsible for turnkey job including trucks and traffic control for the field load test.
Melissa Flores,919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
General O&M Knowledge320
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Level 1 – Preliminary O&M Plan321
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Level 2 – Final O&M Plan322
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Level 3 – Investment Grade O&M Services323
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Other O and M Services324
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Electrical and Mechanical Design for Moveable Bridge Systems329
Provide inspection, rehabilitation, troubleshooting and design for electrical and mechanical systems on moveable span bridges.
One (1) Electrical and One (1) Mechanical EngineerP.E.10P.E.
Must submit examples of work over the past 10 years that indicate experience with electrical and mechanical systems on moveable span bridges.
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
Hazardous Waste Site Analysis and Remediation330
Geoenvironmental Geologist/EngineerL.G. or P.E.5L.G. or P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for the geologist or engineer. For each key person, submit two (2) examples of DOT or similar work sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years. Experience with hazardous waste sites, landfills, underground storage tanks, brownfields or dry cleaning solvent remediation in North Carolina is required.
Ethan Caldwell , 919 707-6868, ejcaldwell@ncdot.gov
Building Design332
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Building Construction Administration333
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Advance Planning334
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Programming Studies335
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Roof Design336
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Estimating337
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Building Site Design338
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Lead Paint Testing339
NC Accredited Lead Paint Professional Certification5
Key person must be computer literate.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Lead Paint Abatement340
NC Accredited Lead Paint Professional Certification5
Key person must be computer literate.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Mold Testing341
5
Key person must be computer literate.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Mold Remediation342
5
Key person must be computer literate.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Asbestos Survey343
Inspection
NC Accredited Asbestos Professional Certification5
Key person must be computer literate.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Asbestos Abatement344
NC Accredited Asbestos Professional Certification5
Key person must be computer literate.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Asbestos Awareness Training345
NC Accredited Asbestos Professional Certification5
Key person must be computer literate.
Kandace Reed, 919 707-4395, kbreed@ncdot.gov
Plumbing Design346
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Mechanical Systems Design347
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Commissioning348
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Life Cycle Cost Analysis349
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Building Envelope Design350
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Electrical Engineering Design351
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Lighting Control Design352
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Fire Protection/Fire Alarm System Design353
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
HVAC354
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Geothermal Design355
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Energy Modeling356
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Building Structural Design357
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Building Foundation Design358
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Special Inspections359
Thomas Riddick, 919 707-4560, tlriddick@ncdot.gov
Topographic Surveying360
Topographic Surveying
Land SurveyorN.C. PLSLand Surveying (NC Board)
Submit an example that includes topographic surveys. (Prefer an electronic PDF)
James Dodson, 919-707-6800, jdodson@ncdot.gov
Boundary Surveying361
Boundary Surveying
Land SurveyorN.C. PLSLand Surveying (NC Board)
Submit an example of a boundary survey. (Prefer an electronic PDF)
James Dodson, 919-707-6800, jdodson@ncdot.gov
Easement Surveying362
Easement Surveying
Land SurveyorN.C. PLSLand Surveying (NC Board)
Submit an example of an easement survey. (Prefer an electronic PDF)
James Dodson, 919-707-6800, jdodson@ncdot.gov
Travel Demand Model Application363
Application of existing travel demand models in NC for various purposes,
including LRTP Analysis, CTP Analysis,
Must provide a list of travel demand model application projects for which the firm and current staff have worked on. Each example project must show: specific staff
involved with the project and the role they played in the application; the type and
Travis Marshall, PE , 919 707-0907, tmasrshall@ncdot.gov
MSE Segmental Wall Design364
MSE Retaining Walls with Segmental Retaining Wall (SRW) Units
Geotechnical EngineerP.E.5P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for the geotechnical engineer. For each key person, submit two (2) examples of DOT or similar work that are in accordance with the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications. Experience with the computer software, MSEW, version 3.0 or later, manufactured by ADAMA Engineering, Inc. Submit examples sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years.
David Teague, 919 707-6877, dteague@ncdot.gov
Infrastructure/Interface  Coordination365
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Toll System Planning & Design366
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Toll Standards Development367
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Toll System RFP Development368
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Toll Operation Marketing Strategy369
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Toll Collection Facilities and Equipment370
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Traffic and Revenue Forecasts371
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
HOT Lane Studies372
Dennis Jernigan, 919 707-7205, dwjernigan@ncdot.gov
Team Leader (PE)373
Responsible for the overall outcome of a task/study. Delegate tasks, set deadlines and serves as the contact point for all team members.
NC P.E.5P.E.
Must demonstrate experience as a team leader or supervisor.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Team VE Facilitator (CVS)374
Create an inspiring environment, with an open communication culture, in order to be sure everyone participates and the goals of the VE study/workshop are met. Review project data prior to VE study/workshop, prepare VE study/workshop materials, and lead VE meeting/workshop
CVS or VMA* *see additional requirements5P.E.
VE Facilitators must meet either criteria (1) be a Certified Value Specialist (CVS), or (2) be a Value Methodology Associate (VMA) who has facilitated (or co-facilitated) a minimum of three VE Studies, one of which must have been a DOT VE study .
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Roadway Design Engineer375
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with roadway design, including horizontal and vertical alignments with curve data, design information for intersections and interchanges, typical sections and cross sections.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Hydraulics Design Engineer376
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerPE5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with roadway drainage design (including ditches, small pipe culverts, storm sewer systems, outfall analysis, drainage investigations, etc.); bridge and/or culvert design over streams using the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) design guidelines, such as Hydraulic Design Series 5, 7, etc.; and drainage design using the North Carolina Department of Transportation “Stormwater Best Management Practices Toolbox”.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Structure Design Engineer377
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with design of new buildings and bridges, or alterations and extensions to existing properties.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Geotechnical Engineer378
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate experience using principles of soil and rock mechanics to investigate subsurface conditions and materials; determination of the relevant physical/mechanical and chemical properties of subsurface materials; evaluation of the stability of natural slopes and man-made soil deposits; assessment of risks posed by site conditions; and design of earthworks and structure foundations.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Traffic Operations Engineer379
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate experience with traffic engineering including planning, design and signals. Have a good understanding of traffic safety, highway geometric design, and traffic operations concepts.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Project Estimator380
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate experience preparing estimates, including Identifying labor, material, and time requirements based on proposals, Plans, specifications, and related documents.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Roadway Construction Engineer381
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate experience planning, designing, and overseeing roadway construction.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Bridge Construction Engineer382
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate experience planning, designing, and overseeing bridge construction.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Roadway Maintenance Engineer383
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of civil engineering and highway methods and techniques; and knowledge of the use and operation of all field and office engineering instruments.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Bridge Maintenance Engineer384
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project EngineerNC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate experience in the design, inspection and maintenance of bridges and structures, including knowledge of methods and materials.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Entire Study Team (PE)385
Group of technical knowledge engineers in various fields that will attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Project Engineer(s)NC P.E.5P.E.
Must be able to provide a group of subject matter experts, who can contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Constructability Expert386
Identifying obstacles before a project is actually built to reduce or prevent errors, delays, and cost overruns.
NC P.E.5P.E.
Must demonstrate experience as a construction project manager or similar role. Have in-depth understanding of construction procedures and materials, and the ability to plan construction operations.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Information Gathering387
Gather information from a variety of sources for a particular project or task, then package in an organized matter for ease of review and reference.
Must demonstrate experience with research and/or data collection.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Provide Facility for Team Studies388
Provide a location that is efficient to conduct a study.
Location must be able to accommodate a minimum of 12 people, with ability to connect a computer to the internet.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Prepare Study Report389
Prepare a VE and/or Risk Report, including writing report and recommendations.
Must demonstrate experience preparing VE and/or Risk reports.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Formal Presentation390
Present ideas effectively to individuals or groups; deliver presentation suited to the characteristics and needs of the audience.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Development of Implementation Plans391
Turn strategies and plans into actions in order to accomplish strategic objectives and goals.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with development of implementation plans.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Procedure Development and Documentation392
Complete process analysis, create a process map/model, document existing or proposed procedures.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with procedure development and documentation.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Value Engineering Training (CVS)393
Review/prepare workshop materials, and lead workshop. Train participants about Value Engineering practices and the process for completing a Value Engineering Study. Maintain records of curriculum and materials, and gather feedback on the quality of trainings. Create awareness of Value Engineering benefits and prepare participants for future Value Engineering studies.
CVS
Demonstrate experience as a Training Facilitator or similar role; and the ability to complete full training cycle (assess needs, plan, develop, coordinate, monitor and evaluate).
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Industrial and Yard Track Design and Layout394
Must show recent project experience related to the design and layout, from preliminary through final design and construction, of industrial and yard tracks.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Freight Main Track Design and Layout395
Must show several examples of recent project experience related to the design and layout of freight railroad main track and siding design.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Innercity Passenger and HSR Design and Layout396
Must show several examples of recent project experience related to the design and layout, from preliminary through final design and construction, of intercity passenger and high speed rail track design.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Transit Design and Plans Review397
Must show recent project experience related to the design of rail transit projects. In addition, design review contracts should be noted when completed for rail transit stakeholders as this is required for prequalification under this code.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
FEMA Compliance Monitoring and Auditing398
The work consists of coordinating with NCDOT personnel to ensure that FEMA rules and regulations for monitoring operations are being following. In addition, performs audits to all collected data to validate that FEMA rules and regulations are being adhered to.
Project Manager and Accountant
Must be familiar with FEMA Public Assistance rules and regulations as well as FEMA debris management practices. Please list all prior experience.
Must be willing to travel statewide to discuss debris removal operations with NCDOT field personnel.
Disaster Recovery Planning399
The work consists coordinating with NCDOT Disaster Recovery and field personnel to develop and implement disaster recovery plans during federally declared disasters.
Project Manager
Must be familiar with FEMA Public Assistance rules and regulations as well as FEMA debris management practices. Also, knowledge of NCDOT disaster recovery operations is required. Please list all prior experience. Must be willing to travel statewide to effectively plan with NCDOT field personnel.
Debris Removal Monitoring400
The work consists of observing NCDOT debris removal contractors, documenting all aspects of the debris operation, and enforcing any/all FEMA rules and regulations to ensure maximum reimbursement for NCDOT.
Project Manager and Technician(s)
Must be familiar with FEMA Public Assistance Rules and regulations as well as FEMA debris management practices. Please list prior experience.
Debris shall be tracked from its origin to its final resting place and documented accordingly. Therefore, one debris monitor will be required for each debris removal crew and a monitor(s) will be required at the designated debris waste sites. The Project Manager shall oversee technicians conducting the monitoring and communicate any observations/issues/concerns to NCDOT field personnel. Transportation for all technicians conducting monitoring operations shall be supplied by the monitoring firm. Monitors will be required to capture pictures of the debris removal operation, provide GPS coordinates, and track loads of every/all trucks using NCDOT’s load ticket method. Other methods of tracking are welcomed but will need to be reviewed prior to use in the field.
Disaster Recovery Data and Accounting401
The work consists of compiling and managing all data captured in the debris removal operations. This position shall also be responsible for the final submission of all data for the completed disaster debris removal operation.
Accountant
Must be familiar with the FEMA Public Assistance rules and regulation as well as FEMA debris management practices. Must work with NCDOT disaster recovery personnel to match all data records. Please list all prior experience.
Truck Verification/ Certification402
The work consists of verifying and certifying all trucks used in the debris removal operation by NCDOT’s debris removal contractor.
Project Manager and/or Technician(s)
Must be familiar with FEMA Public Assistance rules and regulations as well as FEMA debris management practices. Please list all prior experience.
Load Ticket Certification403
The work consists of combining load ticket information and invoices supplied by NCDOT’s debris removal contractor and verifying that all load tickets match the submitted invoices.
Technician or Accountant
Must be familiar with FEMA Public Assistance rules and regulations as well as FEMA debris management practices. Please list all prior experience.
High Speed Data Collection and Processing404
Collection of Pavement Condition and/or Roadside Inventory Information including, but not limited to: Pavement Imagery and Pavement Condition Evaluation, Right-of-Way Imagery, Pavement Profile and Rutting, Sign and Guardrail Inventory, and Pavement Inventory
Data Collection Technician, Data Manager and Data Analysis4
Must submit references including contact information from three (3) or more agencies for which data has been collected and description of work performed.
Camille Coombes, 919 835-8212, crcoombes@ncdot.gov
Quality Assurance for High Speed Data Collection405
Validation (QA/QC) of pavement condition data collected and processed during High Speed Data Collection.
Working in conjunction with NCDOT and data collection contractor to address and prevent errors.
Data Analyst3
Must submit at least one (1) example of previous QA/QC efforts conducted for other agencies. Must submit references with contact information.
Camille Coombes, 919 835-8212, crcoombes@ncdot.gov
Multimodal Connectivity Planning410
To identify, evaluate, develop, recommend and implement strategies that provide planning elements for meaningful mobility options for the general public and targeted populations by allowing passengers to travel where and when they want and need to go.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit System Consolidation Studies411
Develop recommendations and alternatives for consolidation of community transit systems.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Facility Feasibility Studies for Multimodal Support Structures412
Determine demand, viability and practicality of potential multimodal facilities.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Support Feasibility and Implementation Studies413
Develop supporting information necessary to guide overall system implementation and supportive policy action.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Other Special Transit Studies414
Provide assistance on special transit planning related needs.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Cartography415
Expressing graphically, usually through maps, the natural and social features of the earth.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with digital and/or hard copy map design, map projections, cartographic standards, map book generation and output/presentation methods.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Corridor Planning416
Must show expertise and experience in corridor planning, coordinating existing and future land use and the multimodal transportation system to provide guidance as development occurs. Must have a current TransCAD license. Must show ability to use TransCAD, Micro Simulation and Public Participation.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Conduct Compliance Reviews for Transit System417
Conduct discretionary compliance reviews of grant recipients and sub recipients to determine whether they are honoring their commitments, as represented by certification, to comply with the requirements of FTA and State funded transit programs.  Complete auditing and pre-auditing activities in regards to CARES Act Funds, FTA Discretionary Grant Awards and other FTA funding sources.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit General Meeting Facilitation418
Help to bring about an outcome (such as learning, productivity, or communication) by providing indirect or unobtrusive assistance, guidance, or supervision. Review project data prior to meeting, review and prepare meeting materials, and lead meeting.
Must demonstrate experience as a Facilitator or similar role.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Service Productivity Review and Analysis419
Develop productivity trends and outline possible strategies for transit.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Data Conversion420
Perform data translation from one spatial format (this includes hard and soft copy sources) to another.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with different geographic data formats, database formats, geographic/database conversion software, geographic/database conversion coding and spatial data transfer standards (SDTS).
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Data Validation (QA/QC)421
Verify the quality of a spatial product during and/or after its production. This includes the following key elements: Completeness; Validity; Logical Consistency; Physical Consistency; Referential Integrity; Positional Accuracy.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with QA/QC processes/methods and data validation procedures.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Field Data Collection422
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Multimodal Transportation Planning423
Provide expertise and guidance on multimodal transportation planning, project management, financing and service design to include multimodal interoperability, Bus Rapid Transit, Light Rail Transit, Commuter Route Studies and Planning (Rail & Bus), Transit-Oriented Development, first-mile/last-mile solutions, new mobility (rideshare, ebikes, AV transit), Complete Streets, land use considerations, Joint Development Projects and Public-Private Partnerships (negotiating agreements, facilitating innovative financing arrangements, etc.), FTA Fixed Guideway expertise, transit alternative financing tools expertise (including value capture) and similar initiatives.
Must show expertise in development of the Transportation Plans which consider various modes of transportation and connections among them, including collection and forecasting of socio-economic data and travel survey data, and public participation for development of a plan.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Program Funding Formula Allocation Analysis424
Review and evaluate the current funding formula allocations.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
State Management Plan Development and Update425
Provide technical assistance on the update for FTA adoption.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Program System Analysis426
Operational and route studies to assist transit agencies in maximizing resources by determining efficient route patterns.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Feasibility Studies427
Must show experience in performing detailed Highway Capacity analysis, including mainline analysis (two lane, multilane, arterial & freeway), interchanges, intersections and roundabouts, as well as traffic simulations using advanced traffic modeling software. Must show experience in performing interchange modification and justification studies and preparing conceptual and functional roadway designs using minimal information. Must show experience in performing and documenting NEPA planning documents on various types of improvements.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Vehicle Specification Preparation and Analysis428
Provide innovative solutions and guidelines for fleet management challenges and utilization for transit systems.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Inspection of Timber and Wood Products429
Provide inspection services to verify the grade and treatment of timber products
Key personnel must be familiar with AWPA specifications
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Airport Pavement Design430
Design of Airport Concrete and Asphalt Pavements. Rigid and Flexible Pavement Sub-base Courses, Treated Subgrade, Sub-base Courses, Base Course, Treated Base Courses on active airfield runway, taxiway and apron.
Provide written approach to design and management of airfield paving projects to ensure project compliance.
Project EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must be familiar with all FAA Advisory Circulars, Reports and Orders related to Airport Pavement Design. Must submit three (3) Design Projects conforming to FAA, US Army Corp or AASHTO standards greater than $500,000 and provide the following for each project: project name and owner, pavement thickness, Owner reference/evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. If airport airside access is necessary, knowledgeable of FAA Runway Safety Publications and had initial or recurrent training for CFR Part 130.303.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Airport Construction Admin/ Inspection431
Inspection of Airport Construction, Supervision of work performed by all Contractors. Perform Construction Administration and Inspection of work performed by all Contractors on a project according to FAA, AASHTO, Codes and Applicable Industry Standards, reporting findings and data in an effective format to comply with Project Specifications and Compliance. Provide written approach to airport construction admin and inspection procedures to ensure project compliance.
Project EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must be familiar with FAA Advisory Circular 150/5370-12A, 'Quality Control of Construction', Advisory Circular 150/5370-10F(Draft), 'Standards for Specifying Construction of Airports', and all FAA Orders/Reports/Engineering Guidance Bulletins related to airport construction inspection, and the following for each Airport Construction Admin/Inspection performed: project name and owner, number of inspections performed, Owner reference/evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. Knowledge of FAA Runway Safety Publications and had initial or recurrent training for CFR Part 130.303. Must state
whether firm has defaulted or failed to complete contractual obligations with the last 10 years, whether firm has ever been terminated due to the quality of their work, and must provide surety information (name, rating and limits). Must submit surveying and testing equipment for field observations.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Airport Approach/Obstruction Surveying432
Identification and Analysis of obstruction to Aerial Navigation in Airport Approaches. Perform Identification/Analysis Survey of Critical Obstructions in Airport Approaches.
Provide written approach to management of Obstruction Study to ensure project compliance.
Project Engineer/ Land SurveyorP.E. and/or P.L.S.P.E. and/or P.L.S.
Must submit three (3) Studies/Projects completed within the last five (5) years identifying Airport Approach Obstructions conforming to Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 77, 'Objects Affecting Navigable Airspace' and FAA Advisory Circular 50/5300-13, 'Airport Design' and all FAA Orders/Reports related to airport approach obstruction inspection, and provide a list of previous obstruction surveys and the following for each airport approach surveyed: project name and owner, type of approach, number/type of navigational aids, Owner reference/evaluation, commencement and completion dates, and contract value. Knowledge of FAA Runway Safety Publications and had initial or recurrent training for CFR Part
130.303. Must state whether firm has defaulted or failed to complete contractual obligations with the last 10 years, whether firm has ever been terminated due to the quality of their work, and must provide surety information (name, rating and limits). Must submit surveying tools/equipment for field observations and obstruction identification and analysis.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Tier I Basic Hydrologic and Hydraulic Design433
a) Roadway drainage design, including ditches, small pipe culverts, storm sewer systems, outfall analysis, drainage investigations, etc.
b) Bridge and/or culvert design over streams using the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) design guidelines, such as Hydraulic Design Series 5, 7, etc.
c) Drainage design using the North Carolina Department of Transportation “Stormwater Best Management Practices Toolbox”.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic EngineerP.E.3P.E.
1. Submit samples of the approved design reports and/or hydraulic calculations/models for a, b and c.
2. Submit resumes/work experience of all key staff.
3. Proof of work experience may be waived by the State Hydraulics Engineer for Engineers who have worked at NCDOT Hydraulics Unit as an Engineering Supervisor and/or Engineer with a minimum of five (5) years in review and/or design of hydrologic and hydraulic projects in the Unit.
Brian Radakovic, 919 707-6747, bmradakovic@ncdot.gov
Tier II Complete Hydrologic and Hydraulic Design434
a) Tier I, plus:
b) Design of bridges and culverts over FEMA regulated streams that require coordination and approvals from FEMA or their designees.
c) Experience evaluating scour and stream instability using FHWA guidance such as HEC 18, HEC 20, and HEC 23.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic EngineerP.E.8P.E.
1. Meet all the requirements of a, b, c. Submit samples of b and c.
2. Submit resumes/work experience of all key staff.
3. Firm is required to prepare drainage plans using current NCDOT CADD standards and Drainage Software.
4. Proof of work experience may be waived by the State Hydraulics Engineer for Engineers who have worked at NCDOT Hydraulics Unit as an Engineering Supervisor and/or Engineer with a minimum of 15 years in review and/or design of hydrologic and hydraulic projects in the Unit.
Brian Radakovic, 919 707-6747, bmradakovic@ncdot.gov
Transit Strategic Planning435
Conduct research and data analysis to inform business decisions; set priorities; propose actions to focus energy and resources, as well as strengthening operations.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with strategic planning, understanding of data analysis, and/or knowledge of business operations and procedures.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Visualization436
Renderings - 2D images created from 3D models of the proposed project using CADD data in programs such as Microstation and Autodesk 3ds Max.
Photosimulations – Renderings that are superimposed and blended into an existing site photo, including post processing work in programs such as Adobe Photoshop.
Animations - A video product produced by rendering 24-30 images/frames per second, most often used to show a flyover or drive thru of a project, including post processing through programs such as Adobe Premiere or After Effects.
Three (3) examples from different Highway/Transportation projects.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Viability Analysis & Support Work for Railroad Related Projects437
Activities related to the determination of viability and/or feasibility of rail related projects, both freight and passenger, from the standpoint of: logistics, alternatives analysis, intermodal relationships, performance, economics, regulatory compliance, and other related disciplines. It also covers support areas involving applications and agreements preparation, performance metrics, and all aspects of the rail planning process, both direct and indirect (as in rail-related aspects of “non-rail” transportation projects, such as scoping needs for highway projects that interface with the rail system).
Must show expertise and substantial railroad (passenger and/or freight) related experience in at least one of the following areas: planning, design, operations, maintenance, inspection, regulatory compliance, logistics, intermodal, economic analysis, performance evaluation, coordination/communications, staff support, or related fields as appropriate to specific project needs.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Pavement Forensic Investigations438
Evaluation of contract documents, construction diaries, materials testing during construction, materials sampling and testing post construction, FWD test interpretation, and development of failure causes and recommended treatments.
Project EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must submit two (2) reports of contract documents, construction diaries, and materials and test evaluations.
Matt Hilderbran, 919 329-4015, mrhilderbran@ncdot.gov
Quantitative Mobile Source Air Toxics (MSAT) Analysis439
An Analyst and a Reviewer are required; Analyst must meet the requirements for Project-Level Air Quality Analysis AND must have received formal classroom training in Quantitative MSAT modeling using USEPA MOVES software; Reviewer must provide evidence of having personally completed review of a Quantitative MSAT analysis modeled with MOVES software; Resume (2 pgs or less), all applicable training certificates and a complete list of all Quantitative MSAT analyses performed/reviewed within past 5 years (including client) must be submitted for
review.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Quantitative Particulate Matter (PM) Analysis440
An Analyst and a Reviewer are required to be prequalified for this discipline; Analyst must meet the requirements for Project-Level Air Quality Analysis AND must have received formal classroom training in Quantitative PM modeling using USEPA MOVES software; Reviewer must provide evidence of having personally completed review of a Quantitative PM analysis modeled with MOVES software; Resume (2 pgs or less), all applicable training certificates and a complete list of all Quantitative PM analyses performed/reviewed within past 5 years (including client) must be submitted for review.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Design Noise Report441
An Analyst and a Reviewer are required; Analyst must meet the requirements for Preliminary Traffic Noise Analysis (TNA) for NEPA Documents AND provide evidence of having personally completed a traffic noise analysis that includes final design of noise abatement measures utilizing the most current version of the FHWA Traffic Noise Model (TNM®) and CADD software; Reviewer must meet Reviewer requirements for Preliminary Traffic Noise Analysis (TNA) for NEPA Documents and provide evidence of having personally completed review of a traffic noise analysis that includes final design of noise abatement measures; Both Analyst and Reviewer must be prequalified specifically for Design Noise Reports by NCDOT; Resume (2 pgs. or less), all applicable training certificates and a complete list of noise analyses performed/reviewed within past 5 years (including client) must be submitted for review.
 Randy Griffin, 919 707-6121,  rwgriffin@ncdot.gov
Hot Applied Joint Sealer442
Provide Laboratory testing services in the area of hot applied joint sealers
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Key Personnel must be certified to perform ASTM D6690.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Inspection of Structural Steel & Various Other Metal Products443
Key Personnel must have the following: Certified Welding Inspector in accordance with American Welding Society; Certified Radiography Inspector; Certified Mag Particles Inspector; Certified Ultra Sonic Inspector; Certified Dye Penetrate
Inspector, NACE Level 1.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Load Rating444
Load Rating of NBIS Structures
Two (2) EngineersOne (1) P.E.3P.E.
Must submit samples of work. Firm may be required to demonstrate ability to perform finite element analysis, rate gusset plates, rate curved girder bridges, rate segmental bridges, rate cable stayed bridges and rate reinforced concrete box culverts. Must submit results in a format that is compatible with NCDOT Standards.
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406,  mflores@ncdot.gov
Berth & Wharf Structures445
Deepwater structures to serve ocean- going vessels, and support loads from cranes, on-dock rail, wheeled vehicles.
Marine / Structural EngineersP.E.5P.E.
Must show substantial experience and knowledge of berth and wharf structures. Preference is to have structural engineers who are also certified divers.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Mooring and Breasting Structures and Equipment446
Structures, product and equipment for mooring and breasting of ocean-going vessels
Marine / Structural EngineersP.E.5P.E.
Must show substantial experience and knowledge of mooring and breasting structures and equipment.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Dredging447
Design of dredging work near Port berths. May include stability analyses and hydrographic surveying.
Hydraulic / Geotechnical EngineersP.E.5P.E.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Marine Terminal Design – Containers, Intermodal, Bulk & Break-Bulk Materials448
Conceptual planning and design of marine facilities in the various transportation modes of container, intermodal, bulk and breakbulk. Bulk products may include liquid and dry bulk.
Civil / Structural Engineers, Port PlannerP.E.5P.E.
Must show substantial experience and knowledge of planning and design of marine terminals.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Ship-to-Shore Container Crane Maintenance449
Evaluation, assessment, repair and maintenance recommendations, and design of container cranes.
Civil / Structural / Electrical EngineersP.E.5P.E.
Must show substantial experience and knowledge of design and maintenance of ship-to-shore container cranes.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Ship-to-Shore Gantry Crane Maintenance450
Evaluation, assessment, repair and maintenance recommendations, and design of gantry cranes (rail-mounted cranes that rotate on a turntable).
Civil / Structural / Electrical EngineersP.E.5P.E.
Must show substantial experience and knowledge of design and maintenance of ship-to-shore gantry cranes.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Concrete Pavement Management for Ports451
Assessment, evaluation, repair and design of concrete pavements specifically designed for the loadings of a deep water marine facility.
Civil EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show experience and knowledge of design and maintenance of concrete pavements at deep water marine facilities. Experience and knowledge of concrete pavements for airport runways and taxiways will be considered.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Asphalt Pavement Management for Ports452
Assessment, evaluation, repair and design of asphalt pavements specifically designed for the loadings of a Deepwater marine facility.
Civil EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show experience and knowledge of design and maintenance of asphalt pavements at deep water marine facilities. Experience and knowledge of asphalt pavements for airport runways and taxiways will be considered.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Distribution Systems for Low/Medium & High Voltage453
Evaluation, assessment and design of distribution systems for a deepwater marine facility, including electrical supply to cranes, refrigerated containers, sheds and warehouses, and (potentially in future) rubber-tired or rail-mounted gantry crane sin the container yard.
Electrical EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show experience and knowledge of design and maintenance of industrial electrical distribution systems.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Lighting for Warehouse & Open Storage Cargo Areas454
Evaluation, assessment and design of lighting systems for a deepwater marine facility, including sheds and warehouses, container yards, and general open storage areas.
Electrical EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show experience and knowledge of design and maintenance of industrial lighting systems.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Security and Surveillance Design455
Must possess a thorough knowledge of federally-mandated security features for seaports, and an understanding of their design and implementation.
Electrical / Security / Communication EngineersP.E.5P.E.
Must show experience and knowledge of design and maintenance of security and surveillance systems.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Long Range Port Planning456
Must possess a thorough knowledge of port industry, shipping and maritime trade, and the associated infrastructure requirements both on the Port and outside the Port (connecting to the Port) in order to assess and recommend guidance, policies, and projects that most effectively improve the logistics system for ocean-going freight.
Port plannerACIP5
Must show substantial experience and knowledge of port industry, shipping and maritime trade.
Mark Blake, 910 251-5674, mark.blake@ncports.com
Safety Oversight of Rail Fixed Guideway Systems457
Safety oversight of rail transit systems and freight railroads through the enforcement and administration of pertinent federal regulations.
Task Manager5
Must show experience in interpreting, enforcement and administration of Title 49 CFR Transportation Part 659 and associated Parts applicable to the Federal Transit Administration’s State Safety Oversight Program.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Crash Analysis458
Perform Location Specific Crash Analysis using TEAAS and provide crash data support functions including, but not limited to, updates and revisions to the Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), crash reduction factors (CRFs), safety performance functions (SPFs), crash rates, and crash costs.
Project EngineerP.E.
Key personnel must have experience using the NCDOT Traffic Engineering Accident Analysis System (TEAAS). Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of crash location referencing and mileposting procedures used by the NCDOT Traffic Safety Unit. The individual should be able to provide documentation of attending a TEAAS Training course, if requested. The individual seeking prequalification may be requested to submit examples of work, including all documentation, completed within the last five (5) years; or may need to successfully pass prequalification testing.
Traffic Engineering and Transportation Safety Investigations, Research, Recommendations and Studies459
Perform traffic engineering and transportation safety investigations, research and provide recommendations.
Project Engineer - Must have at least one key person per role.NC P.E.2P.E.
Must have at least one (1) key person per role. Person must be capable of providing full range of traffic engineering, traffic operations (including traffic control devices), traffic safety and regulatory investigations, research and recommendations when it comes to reviewing roadway, traffic control, traffic signal, signing, pavement marking plans, etc. Must have experience and a demonstrated knowledge in design reviews and must be capable of identifying project deficiencies and justified traffic safety measures that will improve safety and operational performance. Applied traffic operational, safety and road geometric knowledge and regional familiarity / knowledge are required. Familiarity with MUTCD, AASHTO, TEEPL and North Carolina Transportation laws and regulations are required.
The individual seeking prequalification must submit examples of work, including all documentation completed within the last five (5) years; electronic submittals only (preferably North Carolina based work). Examples include: traffic engineering, and traffic safety investigation & analysis experience and must be able to use evidence driven data to justify traffic engineering and traffic safety recommendations.
Project / plan review letters and correspondence dealing with safety measures for TIP type reviews on projects. If the work was performed for, or submitted to, the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division – Traffic Safety Unit, only a reference to the work is necessary. If previously prequalified in this discipline, no examples are required unless requested by the reviewing Unit.
Traffic Operations462
Scoping, developing, and operating traffic operations programs and services.
Traffic Operations Experts
Key employees must:
Display national experience/Exposure/Knowledge of TO Performance Measures
Display experience with Writing Proposals for, Designing, Implementing, Testing, and Managing Automated Transportations Management Systems (ATMS)
Have 2 years of experience Operating Transportation Management Centers (TMC)
Display experience with development and implementation of TMC Operator Training Programs
Display experience with development and implementation of TMC Operator Certification Programs
Show experience with TMC Performance Reporting including examples
Show experience with scoping and developing TMC Implementation Plans
Have 2 years of experience:
· providing TMC Media Coordination
· providing TMC Law Enforcement Coordination
· with Customer Service Operations
· with Emergency Operations Show experience of developing and implementing Response Plans
Show experience with and/or knowledge of:
· Advance Traffic Management (ATM)
· Travel Demand Management (TDM)
· Ramp Meter Operations
· Variable Speed Limit Operations
· Traffic Analysis related to TO
Examples of Key Personnel’s work will only be requested if their resume does not show evidence of sufficient traffic operations experience; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary.
Incident Management463
Scoping, developing, and operating incident management related programs and services.
Incident Management Experts
Display national experience/Exposure/Knowledge of TIM Performance Measures
2 year of experience with:
· Incident Command Systems (ICS)
· providing Service Patrol Operations
· Display national experience/exposure/knowledge of Incident Scene Traffic Control
Show experience with and/or knowledge of:
· Service Patrol Training Programs
· TIM Certification Programs
· Developing and implementing TIM Standard Operating Procedures/Guidelines
· Facilitating TIM Team Meetings
· Scoping, developing and implementing Heavy Towing Programs
Examples of Key Personnel’s work will only be requested if their resume does not show evidence of sufficient traffic operations experience; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary.
ITS Operations464
Scoping, developing, and operating ITS Operations related programs and services.
ITS Operations Experts
Show experience with scoping and developing Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Device Maintenance Programs
2 years of experience with:
· TMC Configuration Management
· Systems Engineering
· Systems Management
Examples of Key Personnel’s work will only be requested if their resume does not show evidence of sufficient traffic operations experience; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary.
Traveler Information465
Scoping, developing, and operating traveler information related programs and services.
5 years of experience:
· scoping, developing and implementing 511 Systems
· operating a 511 System
Show experience with providing quality Voice Recognition Programs
Examples of Key Personnel’s work will only be requested if their resume does not show evidence of sufficient traffic operations experience; electronic submittals only. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary.
Maintenance Condition Assessment Surveys466
Collect highway asset data to include asset inventory and condition, and/or roadway characteristics.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with the various highway assets and their relevant attributes. Emphasis will placed on inventory, assessment, and evaluation of current condition of these assets.
Joshua Vaughan, 919 835-8448,  jlvaughan2@ncdot.gov
Low Impact Division Managed Roadway Design467
Entry level design for smaller and less complex projects, i.e. bridge replacement projects, safety projects and rural widening projects advertised at the Division level.
Roadway EngineerP.E.P.E.
Must submit sample plans showing sufficient design capability including horizontal and vertical alignments with curve data, design information for intersections and interchanges, typical sections and cross sections. Statement of CADD capability including software type and names with experience level of CADD users/technicians is required. Firms without Microstation/Geopack capability will be limited to Division let projects. Firms with Microstation/Geopack capability will be qualified for Division projects that are centrally let (Division projects with construction costs exceeding $1,200,000.00).
Craig Mozingo, 919 707-6323, csmozingo@ncdot.gov
Railroad Information & Data Acquisition Liaison468
Performs administrative and technical duties in support of NCDOT rail programs. Performs crossing safety evaluations. Evaluates crossing sites for roadway geometry, potential risks, and crossing safety issues. Prepares estimates of probable cost for or value of project decisions. Coordinates exchange of railroad specific information among entities including public, railroad company representatives, and other governmental agencies.
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Must have extensive experience and demonstrable expertise in the railroad industry specific to crossing safety planning, education, construction, and contract administration, including demonstrated communications skills in negotiating and facilitating crossing project scopes.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Car Lean Tests/High Cant Deficiency469
NCDOT is required by the FRA to demonstrate compliance of equipment operating in Piedmont service to 49 CFR Part 213, Section 213.57(b) and (d) for maximum cant deficiencies of 3 and 4 inches at operating curving speeds.
NCDOT Collects data from static lean testing and route testing to confirm the steady state roll angles, which are suitable for NCDOT equipment to operate at 3 and 4 inch cant deficiencies.
Project EngineerP.E.7P.E.
Must show experience in interpreting 49 CFR Part 213, Section 213.57(b) and (d) for maximum cant deficiencies of 3 and 4 inches at operating curving speeds.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Ride Quality Testing471
To ensure the best possible quality of ride for passengers on NCDOT equipment and as a maintenance tool, NCDOT occasionally conducts ride quality testing along the Piedmont route. NCDOT conducts dynamic state testing utilizing accelerometers mounted to the railcar truck frames and car bodies. This data is collected and analyzed to identify potential equipment maintenance issues or locations of track deficiencies based on locations and trends of above average recorded G loads.
Project Engineer5P.E.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Lighting/Signage Testing472
NCDOT equipment must comply with and meet all FRA regulations and APTA standards for lighting levels and signage requirements on passenger equipment. NCDOT conducts lighting and signage assessments after refurbishment programs conclude. NCDOT conducts various tests to ensure light levels in various parts of the passenger cabin are above the minimum federally mandated levels for luminosity, emergency lighting meets federal requirements for time and luminescence, and emergency signage placements meet FRA and APTA requirements.
Project EngineerP.E. Desirable5P.E.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Fire Safety Analysis473
NCDOT conducts fire safety analysis on all materials used in its rail passenger cars during the refurbishment process and when new material types are incorporated into the railcar passenger area. Fire analysis is required by 49 CFR
238.103 (d) for in service railroad passenger equipment. Information is obtained on material from providers and vendors, consultants examine physical properties within each car, and consultants determine whether any material included in any NCDOT rail passenger car might pose a fire safety risk, which may affect the overall equipment operation.
Project EngineerP.E.7P.E.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Alternative Fuels474
NCDOT has been working with the NCSU Environmental Engineering (EE) Department to test the performance of our locomotives on various blends of biodiesel fuel, with the intent of reducing fuel emissions and thus creating a more “green” program. To date locomotives have been tested with biodiesel fuel blends ranging from 10- 60% biodiesel, with future plans to continue testing one locomotive to 100% biodiesel fuel. NCDOT will also be evaluating other alternative fuels, including but not limited to, Liquid Natural Gas and Fuel Cell/Hydrogen Technologies.
Project EngineerP.E. Desirable7PhD or P.E.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Positive Train Control (PTC) for Locomotives475
Support development of a Positive Train Control Development Plan (PTCDP), which is necessary for compliance with 49CFR236. This development plan will address the locomotive requirements, as part of the full PTCDP implementation. The scope of services includes development of PTC Implementation Plan, Safety Plan, Training Program and Maintenance Program Integration. Provide NCDOT guidance on issues related to the congressional mandate requiring US railroads to implement Positive Train Control (PTC) by December 2015. Provides updates on the status of regulatory requirements being developed by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and how those requirements may pertain to current and planned NCDOT passenger train
Project EngineerP.E.7P.E.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Facilities Track Design476
Includes the NCDOT Preserved Corridors, Train Stations, and Locomotive & Railcar Maintenance Facilities.
Project EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show recent project experience related to the design and layout, from preliminary through final design and construction, of industrial, passenger station and yard tracks.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Architectural Services477
Specific to rail passenger train stations or Locomotive and Railcar Maintenance Facilities.
Project ManagerA.I.A.5A.I.A.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Rail Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)478
Technical Support to assess maintenance services for the NCDOT Piedmont Service. Tasks include, but are not limited to, Life Cycle Maintenance Projections, Maintenance Plan Efficiencies, evaluation of potential cost reductions, evaluation of current Planned Maintenance Program and identification of Predictive Maintenance (PdM) and/or Condition Based Maintenance Program.
Project ManagerP.E. Preferred5P.E. Preferred
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Tier III Complex Hydraulic Design479
a) Tier I and Tier II, plus:
b) Two-dimensional (2D) hydraulic modeling design experience for bridges over streams that are under the influence of turbulent, unsteady flow, etc.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic EngineerP.E.8P.E.
1. Meet all the requirements of Tier II.
2. Submit resumes/work experience of all key staff.
3. Submit samples of the approved design reports and design models using 2-D hydraulic modeling.
Brian Radakovic, 919 707-6747, bmradakovic@ncdot.gov
Highway Floodplain Program Support480
Extensive knowledge of the National Flood Insurance Program. Extensive experience in hydraulic model design and community flood map revision or creation for FEMA or a designee of FEMA. Experience reviewing hydraulic models for bridges and/or culverts over
FEMA regulated streams.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic EngineerP.E. CFM8P.E.
1. Submit samples of the approved reviews, designs and maps while under contract with FEMA and/or their designees.
2. Submit resumes/work experience of all key staff.
3. Firm is required to have and use current NCDOT CADD standards.
4. Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) required.
Brian Radakovic, 919 707-6747, bmradakovic@ncdot.gov
NPDES Stormwater Permit Programmatic Support481
Extensive knowledge of the USEPA's NPDES stormwater program and experience assisting MS4s in implementation of NPDES permit stormwater programs. Experience negotiating NPDES permit language with regulatory agencies, administering and overseeing the implementation of NPDES compliance programs, preparation of NPDES annual reports, preparation of fiscal year program business/work plans, designing and performing internal program self- assessment audits, managing water quality research projects, development of NPDES internal education programs for MS4 staff and contractors, and development of information technology solutions to support delivery of NPDES
programs.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic Engineer, Environmental Scientist, Biologist/Ecologist ,IT SpecialistP.E.8P.E.
1. Submit samples of work demonstrating NPDES programmatic support for MS4 NPDES programs.
2. Proof of work experience may be waived by the State Hydraulics Engineer for Engineers who have worked at NCDOT Hydraulics Unit as an Engineering Supervisor and/or Engineer - Advanced with a minimum of 10 years in managing and reviewing NPDES compliance tasks in the Unit.
Brian Radakovic, 919 707-6747, bmradakovic@ncdot.gov
Coastal Hydraulic Engineering482
Extensive knowledge and experience of coastal hydrodynamics, wave mechanics, and sediment transport processes, and simulation models using RMA2 (Resource Management Associates), ADCIRC (Advanced Circulation Model for Coastal Ocean Hydrodynamics), SWAN (Simulation Waves Near Shore) software or similar state-of-the-art hydrodynamic modelling techniques for coastal resources.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic Engineer, M.S. or Ph.D. in Coastal Engineering or a related engineering fieldP.E.8P.E.
1. Submit samples of the approved design reports and hydraulic models in the coastal areas.
2. Submit resumes/work experience of all key staff.
Brian Radakovic, 919 707-6747, bmradakovic@ncdot.gov
Rail Engineering Contracts and Agreements and Business Practices483
Develop and review contracts and agreements for rail engineering, planning, crossing safety, and operations and facilities in support of NCDOT rail programs; review Rail business practices to ensure compliance with NCDOT policies and procedures.
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Must have experience and expertise in the transportation industry specific to contracts and agreements. Should have experience with NCDOT business practices. Experience with SAP (as it relates to NCDOT) is desirable.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Partial Study Team: Project/Development/<br>Planning/Env.484
Attend value engineereing or risk workshop; participating in the VE or risk plan collaboratively. For value engineering, explore the purpose and need of the project, while proposing any enhancements to the project (value opportunities). Identify ideas that will add value to the project, evaluate which ideas should be further developed and then develop the idea into a recommendation. For risk, identify and quantify risks, determine response strategies, and devleop control measures.
Must be able to contribute knowledge and experience to identify and quantify risks, and provide ideas with the development of recommendations, risk response strategies or risk control measures in area of expertise. Must demonstrate experience as project manager, including coordination and completion of projects on time, within budget and within scope; ability to oversee all aspects of projects; and ability to set deadlines, assign responsibilities and monitor and summarize progress of project.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Resource Conservation Expert485
Plan or develop coordinated practices to benefit the soil, water, air, plants, and/or animals that result in productive lands and healthy ecosystems.
Project Manager and/or Technician(s)8
Key personnel must have a minimum of a two year degree, or equivalent training, in Biology, Ecology or other Natural Resource Management Field.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Structure Durability Analysis/Condition Assessment486
Provide service life evaluation of bridges
EngineerP.E.10P.E.
Must submit examples of work over the past 10 years that indicate experience with the use of numerical modeling software to provide probabilistic assessment of residual service life.
Melissa Flores,919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
Non Destructive Testing & Evaluation487
Testing and evaluation of bridge deterioration
EngineerP.E.10P.E.
Must submit examples of work over the past 10 years that indicate experience with the use of NDT/NDE techniques (GPR, IR, UT, laser measurement, etc) to determine deterioration levels of bridge decks, superstructure and substructure.
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
Structure Health Monitoring488
EngineerP.E.10P.E.
Must submit examples of work over the past 10 years that indicate experience with instrumentation, detailed interpretation of results, and recommendations on load rating and/or safety of highway structures.
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
Bridge Painting QA/QC489
Construction engineering and inspection
Project ManagerPE and NACE Level III10P.E.
Technicians performing work shall have a minimum of 12 months field painting inspection experience, be NACE Level I certified (or equivalent), and have completed the NCDOT M&T Inspector Level I Certification course.
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
Aviation Education & Outreach Services490
Program management, education and outreach, public involvement, communications, marketing, etc.
Communications specialist, Training SpecialistBS or BA in related field5 years
Must have experience and expertise in public involvement, marketing, education
and bachelor’s degree in related field.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
General Division Program Support491
Support for Airport Project Managers, Engineers, etc.
Project Engineer, Certified PlannerBS or BA in related field5 years
Must have level of experience/education combination that is appropriate for the position being supported. Project management experience and aviation experience is required.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Division Grants Administration Support492
Support for grants administration staff including production of FAA subgrants to airport sponsors, data input and management, and general grant program.
Grants administrator5 years
Must have level of experience/education combination that is appropriate for the position being supported. Main responsibilities of this position, including but not limited to fiscal administrative experience related to grant funding programs, both federal and state, grant writing, contract monitoring, fiscal approvals, working with federal and state agencies to provide timely responses to aviation stakeholders, SAP financial functions, etc.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Special Studies for Aviation493
Value engineering, policy analysis, data analysis and management, web hosting, state and federal compliance studies, airport land acquisition, infrastructure evaluations, independent fee estimates, feasibility studies, etc.
Preferred Project Manager, P.E., or Certified PlannerBS or BA in related field
Must have adequate or required education, licensure, or certification for the type of work needed in the special studies category and experience with special study that is relevant or similar.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Passenger Station Site Design494
The associated site design at railroad passenger station projects that include elements such as parking, erosion control, storm water control, utility design, open space, setbacks and other local ordinance, and State and Federal requirements.
Project Engineer or Project ArchitectP.E.10 yearsP.E. or AIA
Must show recent project experience related to site design and layout, from preliminary through final design and construction.
Greg Keel, 919 707-4151, gkeel@ncdot.gov
Transportation Operations Center / Traffic Management Center Management495
Staff, operate, and manage the Statewide Transportation Operations Center and the Regional Traffic Management Centers
Project ManagerN/A
Please contact Mr. Dominic Ciaramitaro at (919) 825-2613 or Ms. Jennifer Portanova at (919) 825-2619 for more information on the scope of work and requirements for this discipline.
Traffic Safety and Mobility Statutory Support496
The interpretation and application of statutory, rule, and ordinance requirements in traffic safety and mobility policies and practices.
Development of recommendations for changes to statutes, rules, and ordinances. Development, implementation, and/or approval of ordinances. Management of ordinance processes and distribution. Updating and maintaining formal procedures and guidelines related to statutory, rule, and ordinance requirements to include, but not limited to, speed limits, truck routes and restrictions, route changes, and self-propelled farm equipment on fully controlled access facilities.
Must have at least one key person per role.2
Key personnel shall have a minimum of two (2) years of experience in managing data related to statutes, rules (administrative code), ordinances or other similar legal aspects related to traffic safety and traffic mobility. Work examples (electronic copies only) and references may be requested and reviewed depending on past experience shown on Key Personnel's resume. Past experience with the Department for similar work by the vendor may also be considered.
Traffic Safety Data Support497
Support functions for traffic safety data systems and the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) and other safety and mobility planning and evaluation programs and initiatives.
Work may include mapping, reports, shape files, crash corrections and other data entry functions, mileposting, web content, and other crash-related and mobility-related documentation and publications.
Project Manager2
Key personnel shall have a minimum of two (2) years of experience in working with and displaying transportation-related data. Work examples (electronic copies only) and references may be requested and reviewed depending on past experience shown on Key Personnel's resume. Past experience with the Department for similar work by the vendor may also be considered. Firm must be prequalified for discipline 458 ("Crash Analysis") prior to being prequalified for this discipline.
Public involvement in the transit/transportation planning process498
Provide public mediation and facilitation methods for the development of public transportation planning projects.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Marketing, publications and graphics assistance499
Assist in preparing and project managing publications for Integrated Mobility Division's promotional and study deliverable material.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Marketing research500
Gather and analyze travel behavior data on transit systems and research market conditions for modeling and planning.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Multimodal facilities planning501
Development and implementation of major transportation capital improvements active transportation improvements and related project work including project planning, project design administration, contract administration, and project and program development and implementation.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transportation Demand Management program management502
Assist in the management of statewide TDM program focusing on changing or reducing travel demand.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Conduct drug and alcohol review program503
Provide statewide DAMIS report and conduct discretionary drug and alcohol reviews of grant recipients and sub recipients to determine whether they are honoring their commitments, as represented by certification, to comply with the requirements of FTA and State funded transit programs.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Conduct safety management system (SMS) review program504
Conduct discretionary SMS reviews of grant recipients and sub recipients to determine whether they are honoring their commitments, as represented by certification, to comply with the requirements of FTA and State funded transit programs.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit facility construction project oversight, administration, inspection, management and/or monitoring505
Provide oversight services for project construction of FTA funded new or renovated transit facilities.
PE or AIAPE or AIA
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Small transit facility design services506
Provide design services assistance in the development of a standardized administrative, operational and/or maintenance transit facility.
PE or AIAPE or AIA
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Vehicle statewide procurement/bid analysis and assistance507
Provide assistance in the development of statewide vehicle procurement contracts.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Quick response teams509
Rapid rescue and recovery technical assistance for transit systems in need to include programming, reporting, project management, administration, operations and financial assistance.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Fleet camera system assessments510
Provide assessment and evaluation of the use and maintenance of fleet camera systems.
Firm demonstrates rural transit experience and qualifications.
(Rural transit experience includes human service agency, Community Transit Systems, regional and single county rural systems, demand responsive, etc.)
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit facility and equipment maintenance management program assistance511
Provide community transit agencies with assistance and guidance on the appropriate facility maintenance as required by FTA.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Grant writing and management512
Provide assistance on effective grant design, development and program management on federal and state grant funding programs for transit systems.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit system coordination services513
Coordination with urban providers, intercity bus carriers, transit providers in other states, health and human service organizations, and private non- profits such as community organizations, senior centers, faith- based organizations, and other similar organizations.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Constructability Expert514
Identifying obstacles before a project is actually built to reduce or prevent errors, delays, and cost overruns.
Must demonstrate experience as a construction project manager or similar role. Have in-depth understanding of construction procedures and materials, and the ability to plan construction operations.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Information Gathering515
Gather information from a variety of sources for a particular project or task, then package in an organized matter for ease of review and reference.
Must demonstrate experience with research and/or data collection.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Transit Procedure Development & Documentation516
Complete process analysis, create a process map/model, document existing or proposed procedures.
Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with procedure development and documentation.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Multimodal/Transit & Rail Development Architectural Services517
Architectural services related to site design at multimodal, transit and rail passenger stations and other design elements such as placemaking, small town development around rail stations, landscape architecture, and mixed use development site design and layout in accordance with local ordinances, State and Federal requirements.
Project ArchitectA.I.A.10 yearsA.I.A.
Must show recent project experience related to placemaking, small town development around rail stations, landscape architecture, and mixed use development site design and layout, from preliminary through final design and construction.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Paint Testing518
Key Personnel must be certified to perform the following: ASTM D2369, D2371, D1475, D2698, D3723
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Level I Testing of Asphalt Mix519
Provide certified Level I technician for testing of asphalt in Department laboratories.
Key Personnel must have a QMS Level I Plant Certification. Technician must be able to show proficiency in QMS asphalt testing.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Basic Testing of Asphalt Mix520
Provide entry level technician for testing of asphalt in Department laboratories.
Key Personnel must be capable of being trained on testing of asphalt and be able to work under the direct supervision of certified technicians.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
General Laboratory Technician521
Provide entry level position capable of being embedded into one of the Materials and Tests Laboratories.
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Technician used in such areas as receiving samples and basic laboratory services not requiring a certification.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Laboratory Technician522
Higher level position capable of being embedded into one of the Materials and Tests Laboratories.
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Technician with various laboratory certifications related to the material being tested.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
GeoMaterials Laboratory Certification (Tier IV)523
Laboratory and Technician certification for the following ASTM tests: C-39, C-617, and C-1231. Firm must be certified by CCRL Accreditation Program. Firm’s testing facility and equipment will also need to be assessed.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Inspection of Asphalt Pavement Placement524
Inspection of placement operations – including laydown and density testing – of asphalt pavements.
Key Personnel must have a QMS Roadway Certification.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Level II Inspection of Asphalt Mixtures and Facilities525
Provide certified Level II technician for sampling, testing, and troubleshooting of asphalt at QMS laboratories and plant facilities.
Key Personnel must have a QMS Level II Plant Certification. Technician must be able to show proficiency in QMS asphalt laboratory and plant operations.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
Asphalt QMS Technician Training526
Provide trainer to perform instruction in Asphalt QMS Certification classes.
Key Personnel must have current certifications for QMS Level I Plant, QMS Level II Plant, QMS Roadway, and QMS Mix Design. Technician must have strong communication skills, proficiency in training students, and competence in compiling class materials.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
General Sampling Services527
Provide entry level position capable of traveling to facilities to sample various materials. Samples will also need to be entered into the HICAMS database and delivered to the local laboratory.
Technician used in such areas as thermoplastic, glass beads, aggregates, paint, etc. This entry level position requires no initial certifications.
Linda Jones, 919 329-4003, lfjones@ncdot.gov
SID Inspection528
Perform and evaluate drilled shaft inspections for bridges
Engineering Technician- AdvancedNA2
Must have access/ownership to SID equipment. Must submit two (2) SID Inspection reports.
Matt Hilderbran, 919 329-4015, mrhilderbran@ncdot.gov
Pipe Inspection529
Perform and evaluate inspections on new/old drainage pipes.
EngineerP.E. and NASSCO Certified5P.E.
Must have access/ownership to a CCTV Rover and poll camera for inspection of multiple size and types of pipe. Must submit two (2) video inspection reports (to include all findings)
Matt Hilderbran, 919 329-4015, mrhilderbran@ncdot.gov
MIT Scans530
Perform and evaluation joints in concrete paving.
EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must have access/ownership to a MIT Scanning device. Must be able to read and analyze the output onsite. Must submit two (2) MIT Scan Reports for review.
Matt Hilderbran, 919 329-4015, mrhilderbran@ncdot.gov
Friction Testing531
Collection of friction levels and skid resistance on pavements.
Pavement Design EngineerP.E.5P.E.
Must show access/ownership to either locked wheel and/or continuous friction tester that can be used at highway speeds. Must also provide current calibration reports/certification.
Matt Hilderbran, 919 329-4015, mrhilderbran@ncdot.gov
Project Funds Management532
Technical assistance with managing State Transportation Improvement Program Project funds and Powell Bill Program. Tasks include, but aren't limited to: creating, modifying, deleting, and closing projects in SAP based on actions by the Board of Transportation or project status; entering updated cost estimates for projects in SAP; SAP reporting; assisting
with Powell Bill allocations, applications, local street eligibility determinations, certified statements, digital maps, expenditures, reports, agreements, invoices, and financial monitoring.
Accountant or Fiscal data analyst10
Must have financial management and/or accounting experience.
Must have knowledge of SAP and able to manage project funds within SAP.
Derric Lewis, 919 707-4663, dlewis@ncdot.gov
STIP Database Technical Assistance533
Technical assistance with STIP database management, queries, and reports.
Tasks include, but aren't limited to: managing Microsoft Access and SQL database tables; running specialized queries and reports, both ad hoc and routine, as needed; making changes to database design as needs dictate.
Data Analyst or Database programmer10
Must have substantial database experience, especially with Microsoft database products. Must have ability to respond quickly to ad hoc requests related to database queries or modifications. Must have working knowledge of Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) and its funding rules, constraints, and structures.
Derric Lewis, 919 707-4663, dlewis@ncdot.gov
STIP GIS and Map Support534
Technical assistance to support STIP development of maps and other graphics. Tasks include creating, maintaining, and modifying GIS data layers and creating maps and illustrations using ArcGIS, SDV, NCDOT
GIS Online, and other appropriate tools.
Engineering Technician10
Must have substantial GIS and graphics experience. Must have ability to respond quickly to ad hoc requests related to map generation. Must have working knowledge of Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) and its funding rules, constraints, and structures.
Derric Lewis, 919 707-4663, dlewis@ncdot.gov
STIP Reporting and Analysis535
Technical assistance to support STIP development and project delivery. Tasks include, but aren't limited to: data management, analysis, and reporting related to programming functions and STIP development; and data management, analysis, reporting, and correspondence related to filed, rescinded, or litigated Corridor Protection Maps and properties affected by them.
Engineer10
Must have ability to respond quickly to ad hoc requests related to programming questions, Corridor Map issues, or requested reports.
Must have working knowledge of Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) and its funding rules, constraints, and structures. Must have a working understanding of the Corridor Official Map Act (NCGS 136, Article 2E) and NC Session Law 2016-90, Part VI (Map Act Changes).
Derric Lewis, 919 707-4663, dlewis@ncdot.gov
Hydraulic Conductivity Investigation536
Infiltration Basins
Soil Scientist, Project Geologist or Geotechnical EngineerL.S.S., L.G or P.E.3L.S.S., L.G.<br>or P.E.
At least one (1) key person that is a permanent employee of the firm is required for the soil scientist, geologist or engineer. For each key person, submit two (2) examples of hydraulic conductivity investigations for infiltration basins in the state of North Carolina sealed by the key person and completed within the last three (3) years. Experience with identifying soil horizons and seasonal high water table and determining hydraulic conductivity with in-situ borehole test methods using a constant head permeameter is required.
Ceryl Youngblood, 919 707-6873, cyoungblood@ncdot.gov
Asset Management System Implementation537
Engineering support for related
functionality in the Department’s Asset
Management System (AMS)
Team LeaderOne (1) P.E.5P.E.
Demonstrate experience in Asset Management System functionality.
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
Bridge Management Best Practices538
Engineering support for structures related functionality in the
Department’s Asset Management
System (AMS)
Team LeaderOne (1) P.E.5P.E.
Demonstrate experience in both Asset Management System functionality and expertise in bridge management best practices.
Melissa Flores, 919 707-6406, mflores@ncdot.gov
Pavement Management Best Practices539
Engineering support for pavement related functionality in the Department’s Asset Management System (AMS)
Team LeaderOne (1) P.E.5P.E.
Demonstrate experience in both Asset Management System functionality and expertise in pavement management best practices.
Camille Coombes, 919 835-8212, crcoombes@ncdot.gov
Maintenance Management Best Practices540
Engineering support for maintenance related functionality in the
Department’s Asset Management
System (AMS)
Team LeaderOne (1) P.E.5P.E.
Demonstrate experience in both Asset Management System functionality and expertise in maintenance management best practices.
Matthew Whitley, 919 835-8446, mpwhitley@ncdot.gov
Traffic Management Plan - Level 1 and 2541
TMP design of significant Level 1 or 2 work zones expected to have a high impact on traffic. This includes:

(1) any project on an interstate, freeway, or other high speed, controlled access facility, including bridge replacements over such a facility.
(2) Urban widenings and/or bridge replacements on primary routes with AADT typically exceeding 30,000.
(3) Relatively long rural widenings and/or bridge replacements on primary routes with AADT typically exceeding 12,500.

See “Guidelines for determining work zone level of significance” located at:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/projects/WZTC/Pages/default.aspx
Traffic Control Project Engineer (NC PE)Traffic Control Project Engineer must be registered PE in NCN/ANC P.E.
Must have one (1) key person per role.

Approval or denial will be based on the credentials, work history, and sample plan work submitted for the individuals associated with this discipline. Only NC registered PE's will be evaluated for the role of Traffic Control Project Engineer.

Must submit two (2) sample Traffic Management Plans (in electronic format) prepared within the last 5 years for NCDOT or similar agency that are dated and sealed. If the work was performed for or submitted to the Transportation Mobility and Safety Division, only a reference to the work is necessary.

The samples should show sufficient design capabilities of a significant, Level 1 or 2 work zone that demonstrates a thorough knowledge of traffic operations, construction staging, advance warning, temporary signing, temporary delineation and positive protection.

If previously prequalified only for code 00247, consideration for pre-qualification for code 00541 will be based upon successful completion of five (5) Level 3 or 4 Traffic Management Plans for NCDOT that received a minimum score of 7 on a 10 point scale and clearly demonstrates an ability to deliver a TMP for a significant, Level 1 or 2 work zone with limited guidance and oversight as determined by the Work Zone Traffic Control Section.

Provide a statement of CADD Capaibility; Microstation CADD software is required.
Pond/Lake Analysis542
All services associated with the analysis of impacts to ponds, lakes, or other aquatic resources associated with sediment deposition.
Engineer or Biologist10
Must submit an organization chart identifying the firm’s subject matter expert or team and their years of experience, applicable registrations, company history involved in this type work, and verify that they are permanent employees of the firm. Must submit at least one (1) key employee who will be responsible for all communication with the Roadside Environmental Unit. For each employee (engineer, biologist or project manager), must submit two (s) examples of work that has been approved/reviewed by the NCDOT or other authority. Each sample of work should include: project lists and descriptions, including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this work will be also considered for prequalification.
David Harris, PE, 919 707-2925, dharriss@ncdot.gov
Erosion Control and Sedimentation Specialist/Turbidity Reduction Analysis543
All services associated with the analysis of Turbidity Reduction for existing erosion and sedimentation control on active construction projects
Engineer or Biologist10
Must submit an organization chart identifying the firm’s subject matter expert or team and their years of experience, applicable registrations, company history involved in this type work, and verify that they are permanent employees of the firm. Must submit at least one (1) key employee who will be responsible for all communication with the Roadside Environmental Unit. For each employee (engineer, biologist or professional), must submit two (s) examples of work that has been
approved/reviewed by the NCDOT or other authority. Each sample of work should include: project lists and descriptions, including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this work will be also considered for prequalification.
David Harris, PE, 919 707-2925, dharriss@ncdot.gov
Underground Storage Tank<br>Program Management<br>Monitoring/Remediation544
All services associated with the managing, monitoring, and remediation of underground storage tanks.
Engineer or Biologist5
Must submit an organization chart identifying the firm’s subject matter expert or team and their years of experience, applicable registrations, company history involved in this type work, and verify that they are permanent employees of the firm. Must submit at least one (1) key employee who will be responsible for all communication with the Roadside Environmental Unit. For each employee (engineer, biologist or professional), must submit examples of work and experience involving USTs. Each sample of work should include: project lists and descriptions, including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this work will be also considered for prequalification.
jdwalston@ncdot.gov
Asphalt Testing Laboratory, and Environmental Regulatory Support545
Site Investigations including Environmental Forensics, Field Investigation, Data Analyses and Technical Reporting. Site Cleanup including Pilot Testing, Data Analyses, and Remedial Design. Water Resource development including regional water
studies, selection of well locations, design and construction of water systems, construction administration. Expert witness support.
Engineer, Earth Scientist, Geologist, Geophysicist, Geochemist, Archaeologist, Biologist, Attorney, or other applicable professionalAs appropriate to profession and North Carolina General Statutes10As appropriate to profession and North Carolina General Statutes
Potential consultant must submit an organization chart identifying project team, their years of experience, and applicable registrations. Must identify a key employee responsible for all communication with the REU. Description of company history in comparable work that shows knowledge of §130A and Articles 21 & 21A §143, Title 15A NCAC Subchapters 2B & 2L, NC case law applicable to pollution liability, CERCLA, RCRA, SDWA, CWA, etc. Must show at least one work product
example (e.g., PA/SSI, RI/CSA/RFI, RI/FS, CAP/RAP, etc.) that has been approved/reviewed by NCDOT or other authority. Work example should include project descriptions, names, and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc.
Jason Prosser, PG, 919 707-2927, jfprosser@ncdot.gov
Program Management Services546
Support Internal/External Operations on an as needed basis for Stormwater, ATL, LUST, Hazardous Waste, and other REU programs
Engineer, Earth Scientist, Geologist, Geophysicist, Geochemist, Archaeologist, Biologist, Attorney, or other applicable professionalAs appropriate to profession and North Carolina General Statutes25As appropriate to profession and North Carolina General Statutes
Potential Program Management Support Services consultant must show progressive experience with NC DOT and intimate knowledge of REU operations. Demonstrated knowledge of history and details of storm water program, ATL sites, hazardous waste management program for the department, or other in house programs. Direct experience with senior management including Chief Engineer, AG’s office, PSMU, IG, Fiscal Section, Board of Transportation, and NC General Assembly. Direct experience with other regulatory agencies including the US EPA, US ACE, NC DEQ, county health departments, CAPA, and asphalt paving firms. Demonstrable experience performing government cost estimates and working familiarity with SAP including management of LSC and CMPOs.
Jason Prosser, PG, 919 707-2927, jfprosser@ncdot.gov
Stormwater/NPDES Monitoring and Assessment547
All services associated with the management of and implementation of components of the Department’s Stormwater Program.
Engineer, Scientist, or other applicable professionalAs appropriate to profession and North Carolina General Statutes10As appropriate to profession and North Carolina General Statutes
Must submit an organization chart identifying the firm’s subject matter expert or team and their years of experience, applicable registrations, company history involved in this type work, and verify that they are permanent employees of the firm. Must submit at least one (1) key employee who will be responsible for all communication with the Roadside Environmental Unit. For each employee (engineer, biologist or professional), must submit two (s) examples of work that has been
approved/reviewed by the NCDOT or other authority. Each sample of work should include: project lists and descriptions, including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this work will be also considered for prequalification.
Jeremy Goodwin, PE, 919 707-2942, jagoodwin@ncdot.gov
Waste/ Wastewater Permitting, Monitoring and Assessment548
All services associated with the management of and implementation of a program that addresses various waste/wastewater environmental permitting, assessment, training for DOT related construction and industrial activity wastes.
Engineer, Scientist, or other applicable professionalAs appropriate to profession and North Carolina General Statutes10As appropriate to profession and North Carolina General Statutes
Must submit an organization chart identifying the firm’s subject matter expert or team and their years of experience, applicable registrations, company history involved in this type work, and verify that they are permanent employees of the firm. Must submit at least one (1) key employee who will be responsible for all communication with the Roadside Environmental Unit. For each employee (engineer, biologist or professional), must submit two (s) examples of work that has been
approved/reviewed by the NCDOT or other authority. Each sample of work should include: project lists and descriptions, including names and current contact information of clients and owners, resumes, references, certificates, experience descriptions and details, etc. If a firm has previously completed work for the NCDOT, this work will be also considered for prequalification.
Jeremy Goodwin, PE, 919 707-2942, jagoodwin@ncdot.gov
Prioritization549
Assistance to support the development and implementation of the Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) and other NCDOT project prioritization processes. Tasks include, but aren't limited to, reviewing criteria and data and making recommendations for project evaluation analyses (across all modes of transportation); reviewing and making recommendations of guidelines and/or policies, developing tools/applications; preparing reports and presentations; conducting statistical analyses; reviewing local input point methodologies; providing technical assistance to Division staff, MPO staff, and/or RPO staff; assisting with the evaluation of highway and non-highway projects; training
Engineer10
Must have working knowledge of Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) and its funding rules, constraints, and structures. Must have ability to respond quickly to ad hoc requests related to prioritization.
Derric Lewis, 919 707-4663, dlewis@ncdot.gov
Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Program Support550
Support for UAS Program Office,
including UAS operational management,
program development and
implementation, federal and state UAS
policy analysis, UAS technology
research, airspace integration, etc.
Project Manager,ProgramManagerBS or BA in<br>related field3-5 Years
Must show firm has experience in UAS Program implementations and
management, has strong understanding of both federal and state UAS related
regulations and laws, UAS technology implementation, and working with federal,
state, and local government agencies to provide timely response to UAS
stakeholder. The firm must show experience in working with federal, state and/or
local governments in the development of UAS focused policy and procedures,
development and implementation of UAS training programs, and UAS airspace
management.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Unmanned Aircraft System<br>(UAS) Operator551
Pilot multi-rotor and/or fixed wing UAS,
in a variety of mission, UAS operations
including photography, video
photography, photogrammetry, and
occasional search and rescue. Conduct
pre-flight and post-flight inspections of
UAS and note all discrepancies in a
maintenance log, and maintain all other
necessary logs and reports related to
their UAS flights. Work includes
planning UAS operations considering
weather, airspace authorizations, night
operations, altitudes, communicating
with visual observer(s), and the filing of
NOTAMS as necessary. Perform piloting
assignments as pilot in command and
does not normally have any direct
supervision available. Operation
manual details the rules and regulations
of procedures, conduct, training, flight
operations, flight crew coordination and
operational limitations of equipment.
1-3 Years
Must show proof of 20 hours of pilot-on-command for UAS commercial or
government operations, FAA Remote Pilot Certificate with Small UAS rating, NC
Commercial or Government UAS operator permit, ability to obtain airspace
waivers/authorizations for Class Surface E, D, C, and B airspace. Must have general
liability insurance for UAS operations, standardized training protocols
implemented, and routine maintenance schedule for utilized UAS. Must show
proof of no FAA violations in the last 5 years.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
Unmanned Aircraft System(UAS) Operations Management552
Provide UAS operational support to the
NCDOT, including providing qualified
pilots, operate both multi-rotor and
fixed wing UAS, responsible for
developing operations schedules,
coordinating training, obtaining
waivers/authorizations, and data
management.
BS or BA in related field3-5 Years
Must show firm has experience conducting civil UAS operations within the NAS,
UAS operational experiences should include photogrammetry and infrastructure
inspection, have thorough knowledge of the FAA rules and regulations, and State
Statutes governing the operation, standardized training protocols implemented,
and routine maintenance schedule for utilized UAS, and history of obtaining
airspace waivers/authorizations for Class Surface E, D, C, and B airspace. Must
submit a list of UAS operator qualifications and equipment to be used in the field.
The firm must show it has no FAA violations in the last 5 years.
Alicia Wright, 919 814-0563, arwright3@ncdot.gov
NPDES Stormwater Program - Industrial Facility Compliance and Asset Inventory553
a) Experience preparing stormwater pollution prevention plans (SPPPs) and spill prevention, control, and countermeasure (SPCC) plans for industrial facilities. Experience developing and delivering stormwater pollution prevention training for industrial facility staff.
b) Experience with geospatial field mapping of industrial facility assets, stormwater conveyance systems and outfalls draining roadways and industrial facilities.
c) Experience identifying waters of the US for the purposes of outfall identification and Clean Water Act compliance.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic Engineer, Geologist, Biologist/Ecologist, GIS SupportP.E.3P.E.
1. Submit samples of SPPPs and SPCC plans prepared by the firm.
2. Demonstration of experience preparing and delivering stormwater pollution prevention training.
3. Submit examples of asset inventory maps prepared by the firm which demonstrate field geospatial data collection capabilities. Maps should include stormwater conveyance system features and outfalls. Prequalification under discipline code 280 preferred.
Brian Radakovic, 919 707-6747, bmradakovic@ncdot.gov
NPDES Stormwater Program - Water Quality Modeling Support and TMDL Compliance554
Experience developing and applying water quality models to support regulatory compliance. Relevant experience includes the application of watershed and surface water models such as, but not limited to, HSPF, WASP, SWMM, EFDC, WARMF, SWAT, and
SELDM. Review of model applications developed by third parties. Preparation of modeling reports and TMDL
compliance plans.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic EngineerP.E.5P.E.
1. Submit samples of work demonstrating water quality model development and application.
2. Submit samples of work demonstrating TMDL compliance support for regulated entries.
Brian Radakovic, 919 707-6747, bmradakovic@ncdot.gov
NPDES Stormwater Program- BMP Retrofit Site Selection and Design555
a) Experience locating potential retrofit sites using a combination of desktop and field evaluation techniques.
b) Experience preparing BMP construction drawings, pollutant load calculations and management of databases for the storage, retrieval, and reporting of site assessment information.
c) Experience with BMP construction engineering and inspection.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic Engineer, Biologist, Ecologist, Soil Science EngineerP.E.3P.E.
1. Submit samples of work that were approved by Local, State or Federal Agencies.
2. BMP inspection and maintenance certification preferred.
3. Prequalification under discipline code 433 required.
Brian Radakovic, 919 707-6747, bmradakovic@ncdot.gov
Risk Faciliator556
Create an inspiring environment, with an open communication culture, in order to be sure everyone participates and the goals of the Risk study/workshop are met. Review project data prior to Risk study/workshop, prepare Risk study/workshop materials, and lead Risk meeting/workshop.
NC P.E.5P.E.
VE Facilitators must have facilitated (or co-facilitated) a minimum of three Risk Studies/Workshops, one of which must have been for a Roadway Project.
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
Risk Training557
Review/prepare workshop materials, and lead workshop. Train participants about Risk practices and the process for completing a Risk Study or other risk analysis activities. Maintain records of curriculum and materials, and gather feedback on the quality of trainings. Create awareness of Risk Analysis benefits and prepare participants for future risk studies or related risk analysis activities.
NC P.E.5P.E.
Demonstrate experience as a Training Facilitator or similar role; and the ability to complete full training cycle (assess needs, plan, develop, coordinate, monitor and evaluate).
Alyson Tamer, 919 707-6682, awtamer@ncdot.gov
IMD Rail Architectural Services558
Specific to rail passenger train stations or Locomotive and Railcar Maintenance Facilities.
Project ManagerA.I.A.5A.I.A.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
IMD Passenger Station Site Design559
The associated site design at railroad passenger station projects that include elements such as parking, erosion control, storm water control, utility design, open space, setbacks and other local ordinance, and State and Federal requirements.
Project Engineer or Project ArchitectP.E.10 yearsP.E. or AIA
Must show recent project experience related to site design and layout, from preliminary through final design and construction.
Chris Dodson, 919 706-4696, cbdodson@ncdot.gov
Traffic Operations Integration560
This type of work involves the determination of future actions necessary to address the need for traffic operations infrastructure, facilities, and services. The work effort may involveTransportation Systems Management and Operations (TSM&O)planning both short-range and long-rangetime periods(1).This type of work deals with TSM&O planning for entire systems covering an entire geographic area or a specific transportation corridor(1).Prequalified firms must be able to developand review regional Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)architecture plans,system requirements, concepts of operations, use cases, strategic deployment plans, and active traffic management designs.
Project EngineerNC P.E.
https://ncconnect.sharepoint.com/sites/trafficsystemsoperationsprojects/Shared Documents/References/Discpline Codes/
Traffic Operations Design561
This type of work includes the development and application of design policies, procedures, and strategies that support transportation management and operations. Work performed will require the consideration of operations needs during the project development and design process. These efforts will require transportation design professionals to work closely with those with expertise in transportation operations, intelligent transportation and transportation technology staff, planning, transit, freight, traffic incident management, and other practitioners from multiple agencies to fully identify, prioritize, and incorporate operations needs into the infrastructure design.
Prequalified firms must be able to develop and review operational risk assessments, incident management plans (IMP), alternate and detour routes, and ICM decision matrices. Prequalified firms must also be able to integrate ICM decision support systems, coordinate with contractors, and coordinate with internal divisions and units.
Project EngineerNC P.E.
• Display national experience in and knowledge of Traffic Operations Design
• Resumes of Key Personnel must demonstrate two (2) years of experience in:
- Developing Incident Management Plans
- Developing Alternate and Detour Routes
• Resumes of Key Personnel must demonstrate an ability to
- Prepare Towing Contracts
- Create and develop ICM Decision Matrices and Integration
- Coordinate on behalf of NCDOT with construction contract teams
- Coordinate internally across Technical Units and Divisions

Detailed information about the additional requirements can be found at: https://ncconnect.sharepoint.com/sites/trafficsystemsoperationsprojects/Shared%20Documents/References/Discpline%20Codes/
Traffic Safety Predictive Analysis563
Perform predictive analysis from a safety perspective to quantify the expected safety impacts of proposed improvements. Analyses should be prepared with Highway Safety Manual predictive methodologies.
Project EngineerNC P.E.2P.E.
Key personnel shall have a minimum of two (2) years of experience with project leve data-driven traffic safety analysis. Key personnel must demonstrate experience in completing predictive safety analysis utilizing Highway Safety Manual (HSM) methodologies. The firm seeking prequalification must submit examples of previous work completed in this area within the last five (5) years. Key personnel must also attend an introductory information session provided by the NCDOT Traffic Safety Unit. References may be requested and reviewed depending on past experience shown on Key Personnel's resume. Past experience with the Department for similar work may also be considered.
Professional Services570
- Long Range Planning
- Multimodal Transportation Planning
- Grant writing
- Condition reporting
- Asset evaluation
- Architectural Services
Civil / Structural / Electrical Engineers / Architects / Planners5
Catherine Peele, 252 423-5129, cdpeele@ncdot.gov
Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture, and Vessel Design571
Vessel design and repair, including:
-Analysis of failures.
- Structural and stability calculations.
- Electrical Load Analysis.
- Propulsion system design.
- Fire and Life Saving systems designs.
- Inspection of vessel structures.
- Regulatory review and compliance of designs.
Marine Engineer/ Naval ArchitectP.E.5P.E
Catherine Peele, 252 423-5129, cdpeele@ncdot.gov
General Engineering Services572
Facilities rehabilitation, new construction project design and support, shipyard modernization or other terminal modernizations, ramp and gantry inspections and design. Regulatory review of designs.
Mechanical/Electrical/Civil/Geotech/Coastal/Marine Engineer/ Naval ArchitectP.E.10P.E
Catherine Peele, 252 423-5129, cdpeele@ncdot.gov
Construction Oversight - Vessel573
Provide oversite of new construction projects and other contracts for credit drydock; including quality control, contract adherence, and regulatory adherence.
Civil / Structural / Electrical Engineers/ Weld inspector/ USCG inspector5P.E. / PMP
Catherine Peele, 252 423-5129, cdpeele@ncdot.gov
Construction Oversight - General574
Provide oversite of new construction projects and other contracts not related to vessels. Includes CEI work and tasks. Includes quality control, contract and NCDOT specs and drawings adherence, and regulatory adherence.
Civil / Structural / CEI5P.E.  / PMP
Catherine Peele, 252 423-5129, cdpeele@ncdot.gov
Environmental Services575
- Permitting
- NEPA / CE
- Archaeological Services
- Wetland, Stream, and Buffer Permitting
- Stormwater permits
- GIS
5
Catherine Peele, 252 423-5129, cdpeele@ncdot.gov
Coastal Engineering576
Extensive knowledge and experience of coastal hydrodynamics, wave mechanics, and sediment transport processes, and simulation models using RMA2 (Resource Management Associates), ADCIRC (Advanced Circulation Model for Coastal Ocean Hydrodynamics), SWAN (Simulation Waves Near Shore) software or similar state-of-the-art hydrodynamic modelling techniques for coastal resources.

Includes the design and planning of maritime terminals throughout the Division.

Analyze exposure for climate change and sea Level rise. Ramps, Gantries, Shipyard, Storm Events, etc.

Analyze long term needs to sustain navigable depths - Total Budget Cost. Volume calculations and shoaling rates.
Hydraulic/ Hydrologic Engineer, M.S. or Ph.D. in Coastal Engineering or a related engineering fieldP.E.8P.E. / P.L.S
Catherine Peele, 252 423-5129, cdpeele@ncdot.gov
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