Construction Projects

The Project Design and Delivery group oversees larger capital construction projects from preliminary engineering to final construction and project acceptance. The Bureau is divided into two divisions - the Streets Division which focuses on the reconstruction or significant change or restoration of surface streets and the Structures Division with responsibility and expertise in structures in the public rights of way including bridges, walls, slopes, and steps.

The Department of Mobility and Infrastructure is responsible for delivering millions of dollars worth of construction projects every year for the benefit of our residents and visitors. DOMI is responsible for maintaining infrastructure including:

  • 1,060 lineal miles of streets (890 asphalt, 90 concrete, 80 brick/block stone)
  • 2,423 lane miles of streets (2,034 asphalt, 206 concrete, 183 brick/block stone)
  • 675 sets of steps covering 23.3 lineal miles
  • 44,000 street lighting fixtures
  • 850,000 street signs
  • 33 miles of guiderail

For information about the City of Pittsburgh's active procurements, please visit Beacon

For Information about PennDOT's active procurements, which may include work in the City of Pittsburgh, please visit ECMS