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Quality Assurance Program
Introduction
 
The Oregon Department of Transportation’s Quality Assurance Program complies with FHWA guidelines for a QA program for construction projects on the National Highway System.  The purpose of the program is to insure that quality materials and workmanship are used in the construction of transportation facilities.  The program defines the responsibilities of the Contractor and ODOT in order to satisfy the needs of the program.  This project is used for all construction projects administered by ODOT or its consultants.
 
ODOT’s QA Program consists of three separate and distinct sub-programs as illustrated below.
 
 

Contacts
 
Greg Stellmach
Quality Assurance Engineer
Construction Section
800 Airport Road SE
Salem OR  97301
503.986.3061
503.508.3854 (cell)
503.986.3096 (fax)
 

Region 1
3700 SE 92nd Ave
Portland OR  97266
503.731.3252 (fax)
Barb Worbington
QA Coordinator 
503.731.3167
503.703.3959
Atma Deo
Asst. Coordinator 
503.731.8295
503.702.2859
Region 2
455 Airport Road SE, Bldg B
Salem OR  97301
503.986.2838 (fax)
Scott Young
QA Coordinator
503.986.2775
503.510.2708
Ray LeFrancois
Asst. Coordinator
503.986.2804 
503.780.2353
Region 3
3500 NW Stewart Parkway
Roseburg OR  97470
541.957.3547 (fax)
Andy Clark 
QA Coordinator
541.957.3675
541.580.6550
Vacant
Asst. Coordinator

Region 4
63055 N Highway 97
Bend OR  97701
541.388.6104 (fax)
Dave Kirkland
QA Coordinator
541.388.6137
541.419.1636
John Groth
Asst. Coordinator
541.388.6308
541.419.2275
Region 5
3012 Island Avenue
La Grande OR  97850
541.963.1903 (fax)
Jim Brown
QA Coordinator
541.963.1596
541.786.0948
Jeff Miles 
Asst. Coordinator
541.963.1556
541.805.1844

  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
                                                                                          
The regional Quality Assurance staff is responsible for all verification testing and Independent Assurance Testing on all ODOT projects, regardless of contracting method, including Design-Build and consultant administered projects. In addition to conducting materials testing, they are the primary resource for questions related to materials testing and administration of ODOT’s QA Program on construction projects.

All personnel responsible for performing and reporting on tests required on ODOT projects must be certified. This requirement applies to project personnel working as technicians for the State, Contractors, or Consultants on such projects. For information about what the certifications are, how to get certified, and who is currently certified, please visit our Technician Certification Program page.

 
  
 
Additional Links:
 
Quality Assurance Home Page
Materials Testing Forms