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2011 Construction Specifications

Use of the 2011 Standard Specification Book is mandatory after May 03, 2011. For more information, contact CDOT's Standards and Specifications Unit. Use this section to access Colorado DOT's 2011 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction and revisions thereto. The revisions found herein are applicable to CDOT construction projects controlled by the 2011 Specification Book.
TO OBTAIN A COPY OF THE 2011 STANDARD SPECIFICATION BOOK, PLEASE CLICK ON THIS FOR MORE INFORMATION.
FileLetter to all Specifications Users.
FileLetter to Region Transportation Directors, Region Program Engineers, and Branch Heads.
FileSignificant changes in CDOT's 2011 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction book.
2011 Specifications Book
Standard Special Provisions
Revisions to formally issued standard special provisions that modify Colorado DOT's 2011 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction. The standard special provisions found herein are applicable to CDOT construction projects controlled by the 2011 Specification Book.
Recently Issued Special Provisions
Updated on August 3, 2015. (Includes all past Special Provisions issued since May 5, 2011.)
Project Special Provision Worksheets
These work sheets are used to create commonly used project special provisions that modify Colorado DOT's 2011 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction. The project special provisions found herein are applicable to CDOT construction projects controlled by the 2011 Specification Book.
Project Specification Assembly Tool (PSAT)
This Tool assembles the Project Special Provisions and creates the Standard Special Provisions Index into an overall Specifications Package for an advertisement set. The User will still be require to edit the Project Special Provisions package for their specific project.
Sample Construction Project Special Provisions
Access to sample project special provisions that can be adapted to modify Colorado DOT's 2011 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction for a specific project. The sample special provisions found herein are applicable to CDOT construction projects controlled by the 2011 Specification Book.
Specification Changes Under Consideration
FileGuidelines for Writing Construction Specifications
Design/Build Special Provisions
Examples of project special provisions that can be used to modify Colorado DOT's 2011 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction for design-build projects.
Innovative Contract Provisions
Includes innovative special provisions that modify Colorado DOT's 2011 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction. The innovative provisions found herein are applicable to CDOT construction projects controlled by the 2011 Specification Book.
Pilot Project Special Provisions
Asphalt Cement Cost Adjustment
PLEASE NOTE: As of July 31, 2015, Flint Hills Resources will stop posting daily prices for Hardisty WCS. For this grade, they will post only once a differential (to the price of West Texas Intermediate) at the beginning of each month. CDOT's post will be soon as possible.
Fuel Cost Adjustment
Stormwater Management Plan - SWMP
For information only to fulfill the CDPS-SCP (Colorado Discharge Permit System - Stormwater Construction Permit). To edit a document, please click on it's link below, then save it to your computer. You can edit it from there.
Materials Specs Check Lists in MS Excel
Materials Specifications and Related Items Checklist. (Microsoft® Excel 2000 required)
Sample Traffic Project Special Provisions
Past Davis-Bacon Minimum Wage Decisions for Colorado Highways
Starting from January 6, 2012.
Past Davis-Bacon Minimum Wage Decisions for Colorado Highways (Dec. 28, 2001 - Nov. 18, 2011)
Designing Streets for Pedestrians and Bicyclists
Information on designing and engineering bicycle and pedestrian facilities.
Phased Funding Special Provision
File application/ms-wordProject Safety Management Plan (Example)
FileTHE JOINT CCA/CDOT SPECIFICATIONS COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA FOR MARCH 26, 2015.
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