We're changing how we deliver projects at NCDOT. We are developing business practices that will withstand changes in workforce dynamics while serving North Carolina's transportation needs well into the future.
Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is a culture where we promise what we are going to do and deliver what we promise. We will improve project delivery with transparent, repeatable and accountable processes that are effective and efficient.
IPD will help NCDOT and our partners:
- make timely decisions regarding scope, schedule, budget and quality
- focus only on work processes and tasks that are required or will advance project objectives
- improve communication, coordination and decision-making
- hold ourselves accountable for how we deliver on our promises and serve our customers.
Visit this webpage for IPD team updates and links to new tools for everyone involved in developing North Carolina transportation projects: Project Managers, technical area specialists, project team members and consultant partners.
“All NCDOT will utilize the new Integrated Project Delivery process … ," Secretary Trogdon announced in November 2018. “We will embrace technology, thrive on internal and external collaboration, and emerge from this process a better organization with a renewed dedication to serving the people of this great state."