Tennessee Road Builders Association

Tennessee Road Builders Association

In 1928 a group of contractors in Tennessee organized an association whose sole aims would be to promote better contracting and conditions, to clarify specifications, and last, but certainly the most important, to secure the cooperation of the highway department through the commissioner of highways.

Thus was the beginning of the Tennessee Road Builders Association (TRBA). Starting with 22 contracting firms and four equipment and materials dealers and $15,000, TRBA has grown to nearly 325 contractors and associates state-wide.

The mission of the Tennessee Road Builders Association is to advocate the interests of the Tennessee road building industry.  Our vision or motto has always been “Good Roads Save Lives, Time and Money!” TRBA is more committed to that motto than ever before.

With the partnership between TRBA, ARTBA, NSSGA, NAPA , TDOT and elected and government officials, Tennessee ’s highway system is one of the safest, most efficient, and most cost-effective in the nation.

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TRBA

South Carolina Asphalt Pavement Association

South Carolina Asphalt Pavement Association

The South Carolina Asphalt Pavement Association (“SCAPA”) is a non-profit trade association representing the asphalt pavement producers in South Carolina, as well as the suppliers to the industry to include suppliers of aggregate, liquid asphalt and emulsions; suppliers of additives, truck bed release agents and biodegradable extraction solvents; asphalt milling and recycling companies; certified public accounting firms; engineering & testing firms; equipment dealers; insurance brokers; natural gas suppliers; surety bond agencies; traffic control & pavement marking suppliers; and transport.

SCAPA participates in various research and educational programs to develop the best product, new paving techniques, and the highest quality of workmanship.

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SCAPA

Asphalt Pavement Association of Oregon

Asphalt Pavement Association of Oregon

The Asphalt Pavement Association of Oregon, Inc., (APAO) is a nonprofit trade organization representing the interests of the asphalt paving industry.

The APAO is dedicated to promoting the use of asphalt concrete by developing customer-driven programs to enhance quality and excellence in all aspects of asphalt technology.

We believe that the key to growth and prosperity in the industry is continuous quality improvement obtained through active association membership, positive customer relationships, education and training.

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APAO

Oklahoma Asphalt Pavement Association

Oklahoma Asphalt Pavement Association

The Oklahoma Asphalt Pavement Association (OAPA), incorporated in 1971, is a non-profit trade association representing the asphalt producers operating in and for the state of Oklahoma.  Our producer members account for approximately 90% of all asphalt production within the state.

The objects and purposes of this association are:

  • To ensure industry promotion and marketing
  • Improve communications and understanding within the entire asphalt paving Industry
  • To encourage fair and equitable designs, specifications and inspections
  • To protect the doctrine of free enterprise and competition
  • To stimulate and encourage more extensive research relative to the manufacture and use of asphalt pavement
  • To educate within the industry for higher standards
  • To ensure lawful trade practices and lawful ethical conduct
  • To ensure that information is acquired, preserved and disseminated to the members of the Association
  • To ensure Environmental and Safety stewardship
  • To increase membership

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OAPA

Flexible Pavements of Ohio

Flexible Pavements of Ohio

FPO is an association that exclusively represents the interests of the asphalt paving industry in the state of Ohio to federal, state and local governments and other construction and business organizations.

FPO supports an active education and outreach program designed to improve and advance quality asphalt construction. The association provides educational, technical and marketing support to its members; conducts industry training seminars; and serves as a technical resource for pavement owners and specifiers.

The association, which counts more than 100 member companies and political subdivisions, was founded in 1962.

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FPO

Carolina Asphalt Pavement Association

Carolina Asphalt Pavement Association

The Carolina Asphalt Pavement Association is proud to be a part of helping North Carolina grow and prosper. Our work is essential to building and maintaining the state’s transportation infrastructure – its roads, airport runways, parking lots, driveways – wherever asphalt pavement is needed.

Along with the work comes responsibility to protect our natural and manmade environments. It’s a responsibility we take seriously.

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CAPA

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