Category:106 Control of Material
Sec 106 establishes the respective obligations of contractor and MoDOT concerning materials to be used.
While most of Sec 106 concerns responsibilities of Construction and Materials, the resident engineer must be aware of its provisions. As MoDOT's representative on the project, the resident engineer must see that all project procedures are in harmony with specifications. No materials should be used for which the resident engineer does not have approval. Specific requirements for inspection and testing are found in the Engineering Policy Guide.
This article presents guidelines for Construction and Materials functions, including information from the former Construction and Materials Manual, Volumes 1-3.
For field inspection guidance, refer to “Construction Inspection Guidelines” articles in the EPG for the specific spec number desired (for example, EPG 200.1 Construction Inspection Guidance for Grading and Removals). Additional field inspection guidelines are located in the EPG 1100 Maintenance Materials group of articles, such as EPG 1106 Carbide-Tipped Snowplow Blades.
Laboratory testing guidelines, like the field inspection guidelines, are located in “Laboratory Testing Guidelines” articles for the specific spec number desired. For example, EPG 1020.8 Laboratory Testing Guidelines for Sec 1020 pertains to sampling metallic-coated steel culvert metal. Additional laboratory testing guidelines are located in the EPG 1100 Maintenance Materials group of articles, such as EPG 1124.4 Laboratory Testing Guidelines.
The Automation Guide is available through EPG 220.127.116.11 Automation Section.
Payment documentation is available at EPG 109 Measurement and Payment.
MoDOT’s Test Methods are located at EPG 106.3.2 Material Inspection Test Methods.
MoDOT's pre-qualified or pre-established lists are located at EPG 106.1 Source of Supply and Quality Requirements. Guidance for pre-acceptance lists (PAL) and the PAL Inspection Guide is available at EPG 106.12 Pre-Acceptance Lists (PAL). New product evaluation information and forms are located at EPG 106.17 New Product Evaluation.
The Technician Certification Program includes a wide variety of information from how to become certified, to certification manuals to math topics.
The General Sections of the former Construction and Materials Manual are also available, including safety, plant inspections, sampling, internal records, certifications, summary of materials inspected, guideline revisions, Pipe Shipping Report Form, special designs and purchase order items. The "Product Requirements for Temporary Traffic Control Devices, Pavement Marking and Delineation" portion of the old manual is now EPG 616.10.
Inspection guidelines for the Missouri Logo Sign Program, formerly included in the former Construction and Materials Manual, is available.
Abbreviations and definitions
Abbreviations and definitions used in EPG 106 Control of Material include:
AOAC, Association of Official Agricultural Chemists
Bid Request or Bid Proposal, An invitation to suppliers to submit a bid for furnishing materials and service needed, in specified quantities, in accordance with MoDOT requirements. The request furnishes the necessary information for the supplier to prepare a bid.
Certification, A document issued by a company wherein they certify that material is in accordance with the specification. Explicit requirements are shown in EPG 106.19.1 Certifications.
District, One of ten geographical areas of the state of Missouri administered by a District Engineer of MoDOT.
FTMS, Federal Test Method Standards
Material, The substance or substances incorporated in the construction or maintenance of highway structures, bridges and incidentals.
Purchase Order, The notice to a supplier that the bid has been accepted and that the supplier may proceed to deliver the material or perform the service specified in the bid request. The purchase order further informs MoDOT personnel to proceed with inspection, if required and acceptance.
Quotation, A statement, in writing, by a supplier that materials or services needed by MoDOT will be supplied at a certain price.
Refer to Sec 101 for any abbreviation or definition not listed above.
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► 106.3.2 Material Inspection Test Methods (82 P)
Articles in "106 Control of Material"
The following 24 pages are in this category, out of 24 total.
- 106.1 Source of Supply and Quality Requirements
- 106.2 Local Materials Sources
- 106.3 Samples, Tests and Cited Specifications
- 106.4 Plant Inspections
- 106.5 Storage of Materials
- 106.6 Handling Material
- 106.7 Unacceptable Material
- 106.8 Material Furnished by the Commission
- 106.9 Buy America Requirement
- 106.10 Missouri Domestic Products Requirement
- 106.11 Metric Implementation
- 106.12 Pre-Acceptance Lists (PAL)
- 106.13 Quality Control/Quality Assurance
- 106.14 Proprietary Items
- 106.15 Pipe Shipping Report Form
- 106.16 Special Designs and Shop Drawings
- 106.17 New Product Evaluation
- 106.18 Technician Certification Program
- 106.19 Materials Acceptance
- 106.20 Reporting
- 106.21 Summary of Materials Inspected
- 106.22 Material Inspection Revisions
- 106.23 Online Research Publications (Innovation Library)
- 106.24 Purchase Order Items