- California Test Methods
- District 01 MPQP Certifiied HMA & PCC Plants
- Statewide MPQP Contact List
- MPQP HMA and PCC Plant Certification formerly CTM 109
- Independent Assurance Program (IAP)
- 23 CFR 637 Definition of the Independent Assurance Program
- Pavement Selection Information
- Structural Section Request Information
- Check List for Construction Sampling
- Pavement Deflection Study
- Pavement coring
- (R-Value)Resistance to Deformation of Aggregates and Soils Under Traffic Loads
- Culvert Studies
- John Loudon McAdam, King of the Roads Reprinted from "The Highlander" Magazine. The Magazine of Scottish Heritage January/ February 2003
- Laboratory Safety Manual
- 2006 Standard Specifications
- 2006 Standard Plans
- 2006 Standard Specifications Digest of Major Changes
- Section 39 HMA Hot Mix Asphalt
- Quality Control Manual for Hot Mix Asphalt
- HMA Plant Inspection Manual
- Material Plant Quality Program (MPQP) Manual
- Draft WMA (Warm Mix Asphalt)
- Draft MPQP Polymer Concrete Volumetric Trucks
- PCC Plant Inspection Manual
- Highway Design Manual
- Construction Manual
- CTM 202 Grading Analysis
- CTM 216/ 231 Relative Compation Test - Nuclear
- CTM 309 Rice Specific Gravity
- CTM 379 Nuclear AC Content
- CTM 382 Ignition Furnace Calib.
- CTM 382/ 370 Ignition Furnace/ Moisture Content
- CTM 521 PCC Cylinder Compressive Strength
Laboratory Policies and Procedures
- California Test Methods
- Lab Procedures
- Acceptance Testing Turnaround Times
- Aggregate Process Testing
- HMA Acceptance Testing
- Lab Workload Priority
- Correcting Errors in TL-101s and/or Submitted Samples
- Disposal of Test Samples
- Nuclear Density and Asphalt Gauge Procedures
- CT District 08 Materials Engineering
- Radiologic Health Branch
- Del Norte
District 01 Field Labs
Process for Correcting Incomplete TL-101 and/or Sample Submissions
The District 1 Materials Laboratory policy requires submitted samples and/or TL-0101's comply with the Construction Manual requirements. When a submitted sample or the accompanying TL-0101 does not meet the requirements of the Construction Manual, the Lab and Construction personnel will work together to attempt a resolution.
The Construction Manual requires information in every blank space of the TL-101. Furthermore, specific information is often required for specific types of samples.
When a submitted sample and/or the accompanying TL-101 does not meet the requirements of the Construction Manual, the following procedures will govern the process for an attempted resolution:
1.Upon receipt of a sample from Construction, the Lab will review the sample and the TL-101.
2.If the sample is of the incorrect type, there is an inadequate volume of sample, or there is missing or illegible information on the TL-101 (any of these is a “discrepancy”), the person reviewing the sample and TL-101 will:
- Log the samples in the Lab’s receiving book.
- Put the samples in the Lab’s Quarantine Area, where they will remain until the discrepancy is resolved.
- Notify the Lab Lead Worker.
3.The Lab Lead Worker, at (707) 445-6353, will notify the Resident Engineer of the discrepancy and request that the discrepancy be remedied.
4.If the R. E. does not respond within 10 calendar days, the sample will be disposed without further notice.
5.If the R. E. responds, but does not immediately resolve the discrepancy, the R. E. will have 10 calendar days (from the date of the response) to resolve the discrepancy. If, at the end of 10 calendar days, the discrepancy is not resolved, the Lab Lead Worker will contact the R. E. with a reminder, and the R. E. will have an additional 10 calendar days to resolve the discrepancy. If there is no resolution after the second 10-calendar-day period, the samples will be disposed without further notice. No more than 30 calendar days will transpire between the original submission and the final determination.
6.When the discrepancy has been resolved, the sample will be removed from the Quarantine Area, tested and reported within the prescribed Turn Around Time.