Our new site for online collaboration and resources for NCDOT business partners.
The N.C. Department of Transportation conducts business with hundreds of vendors and contractors every year. With their help, we’re able to connect people and places in North Carolina.
Never worked with the department before? This brief guide will explain each of the steps your business must take before bidding on a project.
Your business has met its prequalification requirements and is now ready to bid on projects. This section will show you how to take part in that process.
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions section to help make the process easier.
The Design Build group administers the Department's Design Build Program and, in concert with the Design Build Executive Committee, is authorized to contract up to 25 design build projects annually.
View and bid on contracts available for commodities and services, including construction and maintenance of facilities (vertical construction).
NCDOT advertisements for professional and / or specialized services.
This section offers links to project advertisements and letting lists.
This section offers information & documents to project letting lists.
This section offers information & and a current location map of available property for sale by sealed bid.
The state of North Carolina is divided into eight Prosperity Zones. Each zone has a one-stop location to provide citizens and businesses with the ability to interact with multiple state agencies, and to encourage collaboration between agencies.
This section provides information about the NCDOT Approved Products, Seed, Producers/Suppliers, Technician Certifications, and the Minimum Sampling Guide that are used in the different stages of highway construction.
This program involves the approval of construction products used in the building of NCDOT highways and bridges.
This section provides information about the various NCDOT material types used in the different stages of highway construction.
NCDOT is committed to advancing North Carolina's economy by ensuring that ALL businesses have an equal opportunity to succeed. Our focus is on businesses that have been historically underutilized: minority, women and disabled-owned businesses. Increased participation by these businesses strengthens communities across the state.
The Contractual Services Unit's mission is to provide optimal service to the contracting community as they conduct business with the NCDOT and other partners throughout the state.