Concrete Testing Video Series (YouTube)
Construction Inspector Workshop
Click here for workshop information - Note: for MnDOT employees only
MnDOT Division I Specification Training
National Highway Specifications Home
Clearinghouse and electronic library where users can search, review, cross-reference, and download the latest specifications, construction manuals, and drawings. This FHWA site contains material submitted by State Departments of Transportation and other agencies.
Required for construction and lab technicians on highway construction projects
Databases | Applications
Run applications and access construction project data (webportal access required)
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395 John Ireland Blvd
St. Paul, MN 55155-1800
Construction Tools Overview
This site is a switchboard to information relevant to the letting, award, approval and administration of construction contracts.
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2014 Final Process
OCIC has developed a webpage that details the final process for Contracts let using the 2014 Standard Specifications for Construction. For more information click here.
View ADA compliance checklists and guidance for proper installation of accessible pedestrian signals, curb ramps and more.
Administering Environmental Requirements (Dispute Escalation)
This is the process MnDOT should be following and the documentation the EPA/MPCA will be looking for when reviewing MnDOT projects for compliance with MS4 and NPDES permits.
Contract Administration Manual
MnDOT authors a Contract Administration Manual that provides MnDOT construction contract administration information for design-bid-build contractors.
See how to determine contract time and assess time during construction.
Electronic Funds Transfer
Click here to sign up for Electronic Funds Transfer on the Minnesota Management & Budget website.
For assistance, contact the EFT Helpline: 651-201-8106 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ)
The Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracting method provides for an indefinite quantity of work during a fixed period of time. The Department will place orders for individual requirements. The Contract may state quantity limits as number of units or as dollar values.
Work Zone Safety
Safety of the traveling public and transportation workers is of prime concern to MnDOT. Click here for information and tools to help make construction work zones safer.