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Registry, Appraisal and Qualification System (RAQS)

RAQS Help Desk - Hours Of Operation

If you have questions or need technical assistance, please contact the RAQS Help Desk at: 1-800-964-6379 Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, or via email to: raqs@merx.com.

Updated: 13-Jul-2018 Web-Based Contract Management Training Events  

MTO will be conducting in-class one day Web-Based Contract Management Service training session for the contract administration industry, focusing on CA and inspection related tasks, presented exclusively to CA administrators and field staff.

 

Attendees should be proficient  in both CA business processes as they relate to MTO policy and contract administration, as well as digital web-based technology, to allow for the conveyance of information learned at these sessions back to each organization.

Sessions will last one whole day and cover an array of contract administration activities within WBCMS, both in relation to the construction contract, and the CA agreement. See link for more information and registration: http://www.aurigo.com/wbcms-mto/calendar


Updated: 10-May-2018 Notice to Contractors 

Effective July 1, 2018, the date on which the Construction Lien Amendment Act, 2017 comes into force, successful contractors will be required to provide a Labour & Material Payment Bond and Performance Bond each with an aggregate value of not less than 50% of the Total Tender Price for MTO contracts of $500,000 or more.

The bond forms as prescribed under the Regulations can be found at http://ontariocourtforms.on.ca/en/construction-lien-act-forms/


Updated: 01-Feb-2018 New Asphalt Cement Testing Videos 

The ministry has implemented two new laboratory tests for the acceptance of Asphalt Cement on MTO contracts. 

 

 The Bituminous Section of the MTO has produced two short videos to illustrate how to perform the Double Edge Notched Tension (DENT) test and the Extended Bending Beam Rheometer (ExBBR) test.  Use the following links to view the videos:

 

Double Edge Notched Tension test (DENT) Video (ßclick here)

 

The Double Edge Notched Tension test, better known as the DENT test, is used to determine asphalt cement’s resistance to ductile failure (cracking).  This video demonstrates how a sample is prepared, tested, and reported.

 

Extended Bending Beam Rheometer test (ExBBR) Video (ßclick here)

 

The Extended Bending Beam Rheometer test, better known as the ExBBR test, is used to determine the low temperature limiting grade and the grade loss of asphalt cement after going through an extended physical aging process (winter conditions).  This video demonstrates how a sample is prepared, tested, and reported.