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Construction Advertisement Plan (CAP) -
This is MaineDOT's bid advertisement plan for capital projects to be advertised during the current calendar year. It appears below sorted by Work Type and can also be sorted by Planned Advertise Date, Location/Title, Project Identification No., or Estimated Construction Cost Range. A searchable Project Map is also provided. Once posted online, this document will provide a static snapshot of MaineDOT's original plan, except as noted below.
In years in which major funding components of MaineDOT's capital program are being debated, partial plans or mid-year alterations may be required. Such years could include odd numbered years during which state budgets and bonding levels are typically decided, and years in which federal transportation authorization bills are pending.
This Plan is to be distinguished from the Updated Construction Advertisement Schedule, which is a separate dynamic document updated online on the first of each month. The current schedule will reflect changes caused by such factors as cash flow, bid prices, local and public input, and design and permitting.
Searchable Project Map
View our searchable Project Map to find projects by town or county.
If you have a problem accessing this data please contact Jerry Casey at 207-624-3344 or email@example.com.
Construction Advertisement Plan (CAP)
Click on a column title (arrow) to sort by Work Type, Advertise Date, Location/Title, Project Identification No., or Estimated Construction Cost Range. The initial sort order is by Planned Advertise Date, Work Type, and Location/Title.
Construction Advertisement Plan (CAP)
|Change Status||Work Type||Location/Title/Details||Plan Advertise
|Bridge Construction||Construction, replacement or major rehabilitation of traditional bridges and minor spans that are not culverts, including superstructure and deck replacements.|
|Bridge Other||All other bridge projects, including preservation and replacement of large culvert-like structures defined as bridges or minor spans.|
|Highway Construction||Construction on new alignment, reconstruction, or major rehabilitation of a road corridor that generally involve changes to the alignment or width of the road. Sometimes known in the industry as “dirt jobs”.|
|Highway Safety and Spot Improvements||Intersection and ramp improvements, as well as signing, lighting, striping, etc. May include substantial, higher cost, intersection construction projects.|
|Highway Preservation Paving||All pavement preservation or rehabilitation treatments of higher priority roads, designed to maintain a higher level of service and avoid the higher cost of reconstruction. The useful life of such treatments is generally 10 years or more. Does not include Light Capital Paving (see below).|
|Highway Light Capital Paving (LCP)||A thin pavement treatment to keep poor, generally lesser traveled roads serviceable. The useful life of LCP paving is about 4 to 7 years. Formerly known as Maintenance Surface Treatment (MST) or “skinny-mix”.|
|Multimodal||Rail, transit, airport, marine, and bicycle/pedestrian projects.|
|Advertised On Time||Project is in the annual plan and was advertised within 29 days of planned date.|
|On Time||Project is in the annual plan, not yet advertised, and the current forecast advertise date is within 29 days of the planned date.|
|Advertised Late||Project is in the annual plan and was advertised 30 days or more after the planned date.|
|Merged with Other Work||Project is part of the annual plan and now included in the scope of another project in order to reduce administrative costs.|
|Removed from Schedule||Project was in the annual plan but has been removed from the schedule.|
|Delayed||Project is in the annual plan and the current advertisement forecast date is 30 days or more after the planned date, or, there is no actual advertisement date within 29 days of the planned date.|
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