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Qualify for Contracts & Services

Contractors and consultants interested in bidding on projects or performing work must prequalify with Georgia DOT. ​

Construction Contractors
Engineering Consultants​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Routine Maintenance Contractors
Geotechnical Services
Right-of-Way Services

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SSFP Business Help Center​​​​​​

SSFP Business Help Center

The State Supported Funding Program (SSFP) Business Help Center is open to eligible GDOT certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, registered small businesses and veteran-owned small businesses. The Center provides training, consulting, targeted matchmaking, one-on-one assistance, and meeting space and computer access.

The center is open Monday - Friday at One West Court Square, Suite 750 in Decatur.

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Immigration Affidavits


Proposed amendments to 672-5 Regarding the Prequalification of Prospective Bidder. Any data, views or arguments respecting these changes can be made to: Georgia Department of Transportation, Office of Legal Services, 23rd Floor, 600 West Peachtree Street, NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30308 or to RuleComments@dot.ga.gov. All submissions must be received on or before September 20, 2023. The State Transportation Board will consider final action on the adoption of the proposed amendments on October 19, 2023.



Alternate pavement type bidding provides for at least two typical sections to be bid for a project, with the surface of asphalt or concrete. The Contractor will be able to choose which pavement type is best for them from a competition standpoint and the particular project location and aspects. GDOT does have a history of using alternates in certain areas of construction projects, when it has made economic sense.

New construction projects and major rehabilitation projects will be the predominate potential projects for this new process. The overall benefits to the State of Georgia for either surface type needs to be similar for the process to be beneficial to the public.

Alternate pavement type bidding will not be used for typical maintenance projects or minor widenings; based on driver expectation and maintenance factors it is the intent of GDOT to maintain the same pavement type across all lanes of travel.

Resources Agency
Asset Management FHWA
Keys to Successful Alternate Bidding NAPA
Pavement Type Selection NAPA
American Concrete Pavement Association ACPA

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