• NCDOT Prequalification Campaign

    ​The 2024 NCDOT Prequalification Campaign will prepare firms to do business with NCDOT.

    Prequalification is necessary to ensure that a firm has sufficient ability and experience to perform the work specified on NCDOT contracts.  All firms interested in working on highway construction projects are required to become prequalified.

    The sessions will cover the NCID (North Carolina Identity Management Service) process, documentation and experience requirements for various scopes of work and how to successfully complete the online prequalification application. The sessio​ns will also provide an overview of the NCDOT Standard Specifications and Standard Drawings. Sessions will be held in person at locations in the Western, Central and Eastern regions.

    Program Cost and Class Size

    The program is free and limited to 25 firms per session. We can accept two individuals per firm, but other staffers may be waitlisted for another session if space is not available.

    Register Here​​​​​

    Registration Notification

    You will receive a reminder notification at least two weeks prior to the scheduled outreach event.


    ​​ ​Date & Time​​​​ Region/County Location​
    June 20
    1-4 p.m.
    ​Western/Jackson County
    NCDOT Division 14 Office
    253 Webster Road
    July 18
    1-4 p.m.
    Central/Durham County NCDOT Division 5 Traffic Services
    1041 Prison Camp Road
    Aug. 15
    1-4 p.m.
    Eastern/New Hanover County NCDOT Division 3 Traffic Services
    5504 Barbados Blvd.
    ​ Castle Hayne
    Sept. 19
    1-4 p.m.
    Western/Burke County Western Piedmont Community College
    Foothills Higher Education Center
    2128 S. Sterling St.
    Oct. 24
    1-4 p.m.
    Central/Cumberland County NCDOT Division 6 Training Room
    Building 511
    558 Gillespie St.
    Nov. 14
    1-4 p.m.
    ​Eastern/Nash County Nash Community College
    Continuing Education Building Room 8123
    522 N. Old Carriage Road
    Rocky Mount
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