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  • SERVICE GROUPS

  • Quality Systems / Compliance

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    ​BUILDINGS / REST AREAS 

    Q1.  Who is responsible for the oversight of Buildings within NCDOT such as Rest Areas?

    A1.  The Quality Systems Unit reviews items associated with these type projects as well as any other projects that are State / Federally funded for Project Certification.  Project Personnel (Resident Engineers Staff) perform regular testing for Concrete (Building Slab), Asphalt (Parking Area), etc.  Building codes and inspection belong to the individual county / city municipalities.  All materials, testing and inspection documentation is submitted to Materials and Tests Quality Systems Unit to insure compliance with NCDOT, City or County, as well as any Federal regulations / standards.

    There are also items in the Materials & Tests Minimum Sampling Guide for "Buildings" and "Rest Areas".​


    PROJECT CERTIFICATION / CLOSEOUT

    Q1.  What is involved in the Project Certification process?

    A1.  The "Project Certification Session" from the 2012 Engineers Workshop gives a good overview of the project certification process.  A large part of this process involves a Materials Certification Review as found in the NCDOT Construction Manual. (Records Section)

     

    Q2.  What testing requirements and frequencies are required for small projects like Greenways and Bike Paths?

    A2.  There is a Modified Minimum Sampling Guide specifically for projects of this type that are usually administered by Local Government Agencies (LGA's) which receive Federal and/or State funding.  Other information on Locally Adminis​tered Projects​ can be found in the NCDOT Construction Manual as well as the NCDOT Local Projects Administration​ website.

     

    Q3.  What items need to be submitted for a Local Government Agency (LGA) to complete the Material Certification process for a given project?

    A3.  Local Government Agencies should review "Material Certification" requirements for LGA administered projects.

     

    Q4.  Where can I check to see if a new supplier or producer is approved for supplying products or materials for NCDOT projects?

    A4.  You can check the Approved Producers List which is updated frequently. Click on the "Facility Type" dropdown.  You can also contact one of the key staff members for the Field Operations​ section.​


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