ADOT’s Engineering Consultants Section (ECS) is
responsible for prescribing and administering procedures for managing ADOT’s
professional services contracts which are exempt from the State Procurement
Code (ARS 41-2501). It is ECS’s responsibility to ensure these procedures
and the administration of the contracts are compliant with applicable State and
Federal regulations. ECS is committed to providing fair, equitable,
efficient, timely, accurate, professional, and quality service to the
Department and its stakeholders, consistent with the Department’s goals and
objectives in meeting the transportation needs of the State of Arizona. The information contained on these pages is intended to provide
professional services consultants with material to help them to do business
more efficiently with the Department.
Consultants currently prequalified with ADOT/ECS for the 2016-2017 period will have their
Pre-Qualified status renewed automatically for 2018-2019. Consultants will not need to re-apply,
but will be required to review their current prequalification application information and take action by March 1, 2018 to maintain their “Prequalified” status, as outlined in Information Bulletin 18-01.
Find information about the ECS Prequalification process. Architectural/Engineering firms must prequalify in order to do design work for ADOT.
Find current and pending advertisements.
Find pending and recent selections.
Information Bulletins provide the most current information regarding updates to ECS policies and procedures and should be reviewed regularly by prequalified consultants.
This page contains instructions for gaining and setting up access to ADOT's eCMS and instructions and guidelines for SOQ submission and the evaluation program.
Check this page for sample contracts, certifications and a variety of forms.
Check this page to peruse ADOT policies, related links and frequently asked questions about engineering consultants.
ADOT's Engineering Consultants Section seeks to ensure compliance with the regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, 49 CFR Part 26, through proper contract execution and successful management of all DBE contracts.
In accordance with the FHWA-ADOT Stewardship and Oversight Agreement for Arizona, referred to as the Stewardship Agreement, ADOT may delegate to the local public agencies (LPAs) the authority to self-administer projects or administer a project under the FHWA Certification Acceptance Program.
This page offers the contact information for ECS staff.