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  • Welcome to the Office of Project-Letting
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    The Office of Project Letting is a unit of the Technical Services Traffic-Roadway Section, and contains several functions: Specifications, Estimating, Pre-Letting, Quality Assurance for Design, as well as other staff including the Trns•Port Administrator.

    The main purpose of the Office of Project-Letting is to develop and operate a system to effectively receive PS&E submittals, perform a high level "fatal flaw" review, facilitate corrections, prepare the public advertisement, manage the addenda, and then hand off the project for contracting by ODOT Procurement - Construction.

Resources & Information News & Updates
Who Signs What
This document provides information on who is responsible for producing and signing Letters of Public Interest Finding, Anticipated Item Approval Request, and PD-02 Exception Letters.

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Commonly Missed Items
This is a list of the most common issues seen in PS&E submittals.

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Contract Information
Looking for Awarded Contracts, Project Summaries, Bid Opening dates, etc.?
ODOT Consultant's Portal Webpage
Our new Project Delivery Consultant page provides a wealth of information and resources to help you do business with ODOT.
Letters of Public Interest Finding (LPIF) Web Page 
In order to enhance transparency and meet the intent of the LPIF, OPL will be making all approved LPIF's available to the public.  Please visit our new web page using the link below to learn more.

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Internal ePlans and eBids
Electronic plans and specifications are now available to ODOT employees. Use the link below to access this internal web site.
Alternative Contracting Opportunities
ODOT projects utilizing alternative contracting methods typically use Design-Build, CM/GC (contract manager/general contractor), and Cost-Plus Multiple Parameter where the contract award is based upon cost, plus other components to determine best value and subsequent award of contract. Projects utilizing these alternative contracting methods require a Findings of Fact for Exemption (FFE) to the low “competitive bidding” required by the State of Oregon. Please be advised that project information and FFE documents are not available until the FFE public hearing is officially advertised.
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