The Office of Contracts is at the focal point where all of the preletting activities converge so contracting can take place for construction.
The Office of Contracts is responsible for two major functions of the Iowa Department of Transportation:
- Estimating and contract letting.
- Bid review, monitoring and collusion detection.
The following information is for the I-29 constructability meeting for project IM-NHS-029-7(50)149—03-97 and associated structures.
A constructability meeting will be held on May 3, 2017 at the Quality Inn Starlite Village, 2601 East 13th Street, Ames, IA. The meeting will start at 10 am.
Contractors can submit questions prior to the constructability meeting to the following email, DOT.Contracts@iowadot.us.The intent is that the Iowa DOT will try and address questions at the meeting or respond after the meeting.
Plans and scrolls can be downloaded here.
Iowa/Illinois I-74 Corridor
This bi-state corridor work includes reconstruction of the I-74 Mississippi River crossing and 4.3 miles of urban interstate reconstruction. Construction is targeted to run from year 2017 to year 2020.
I-74 Corridor update - briefing for contractors (6/24/16)
Advance review plans:
Prior to offical advertisement of the April 25, 2017 letting, the Office of Contracts provided advance review plans for the contractor. Final plans were made available on March 1.
Contract packaging layout (PDF)
Structural Health Monitoring RFQ I74 Mississippi River Bridge
Questions and responses to RFQ I74
Structural Health Monitoring – Prequalified Contractors
Attachment A1-1 (PDF)
Attachment A1-2 (PDF)
Effective with the April 19, 2016 Letting, the Office of Contracts will no longer be mailing the 8in1 poster with the signed contracts. These posters have been placed online individually and combined into one single PDF document on the civil rights website. This is a good resource for both DOT construction personnel and contractors.
Office of Contracts
Iowa Department of Transportation
800 Lincoln Way
Ames, Iowa 50010