OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Infrastructure Project Management Administration (IPMA) is responsible for the design, engineering and construction of roadways, bridges, traffic signals and alley projects in the District of Columbia. IPMA also manages special construction projects and all roadway assets. IPMA is comprised of the following divisions:
Design & Project Management Division is divided into ward-based teams that design and construct transportation infrastructure projects. They manage the condition of the streets, sidewalks and alleys-DDOT's most visible work. This Division is overseen by the Deputy Chief Engineer for Design & Construction Team Management.
Anacostia Waterfront Initiative/Special Projects Division DDOT leads the effort in transforming the Anacostia Riverfront by planning, designing, and constructing transportation infrastructure in the area. This division manages AWI and special projects such as the baseball stadium area infrastructure and stormwater management.
- Storm Water Management Branch
"Greening" the district's transportation infrastructure to meet new initiatives, environmental objectives, and regulations by ensuring that all DDOT projects minimize storm water runoff.
Asset Management Analysis Division protects the quality of the District's streets, bridges, tunnels, alleys and sidewalks. The division maintains an inventory and condition assessment of all our assets and tests and evaluates all construction materials used in DDOT projects.
- Bridge and Tunnel Management Branch
Collects, manages, and analyzes bridge, sign structures and tunnel data. Monitors bridge, tunnel, sign structures inspection projects. Manages preventive maintenance and emergency contracts schedule.
- Roadway Asset Management Branch
Collects, manages and analyzes pavement, alley and sidewalk data. Monitors highway safety guardrail and impact attenuators contracts.
Quality Assurance and Quality Control Division
The mission of Quality Assurance and Quality Control Program is to evaluate construction materials; review design plans and special provisions; perform engineering investigation of materials related problems; geotechnical engineering; specification standardization; calibration of testing apparatus and procedures; utilization of new materials for construction projects and response to citizen complaints concerning vibration and drainage.
- Field Operations & Research Branch
Monitor construction projects, collect and test samples to ensure all construction materials used meet DDOT standard and specification requirements.
- Materials Testing Branch
Perform extensive laboratory tests on collected samples to ensure all construction materials used meet DDOT standard and specification requirements.
- Materials Producers Control Branch
Inspect and approve material supplier and sources, storage, plants, equipment and plant quality control programs meet DDOT standard and specification requirements.
To manage the design, engineering and construction of roadways, bridges, traffic signals and alley projects in the District of Columbia.