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Arizona Rock Products Association

The Asphalt Paving & Technical Committee was formed to work closely with all levels of government in the proper use and maintenance of asphalt products.

The committee has been involved with implementation of the new federal binding and paving program. Committee members interact with the Maricopa County Association of Governments Standard Specification and Details Committee and work with the Arizona Department of Transportation to explore changes in specifications, production techniques and applications.

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info Washington Asphalt Pavement Association

Washington Asphalt Pavement Association

The Washington Asphalt Pavement Association (WAPA) was formed in 1954, originally as the Asphalt Pavement Association of Washington (APAW), by a progressive group of hot mix asphalt producers from throughout Washington State.  Now, 60+ years later, the association is still going strong and represents the private companies that produce over 98% of the hot mix asphalt (HMA) produced in Washington.

WAPA’s membership roster also includes an impressive list of critical Associate Members from multiple industries, agencies and academic institutions.  The Associate Members are key partners in promoting quality and efficiency within the HMA paving community.

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info Utah Asphalt Pavement Association

Utah Asphalt Pavement Association

UAPA is the only trade association that exclusively represents the interests of the asphalt pavement material producer and paving contractor on a local level with government agencies, and other trade and business organizations.

We support an active communication platform designed to answer questions about environmental issues and to improve the quality of asphalt pavements and paving techniques used in the construction of roads, streets, highways, parking lots, airports, and environmental and recreational facilities.

We provide technical, educational, and marketing materials and information to our members, as well as technical information to users and specifiers of paving materials.

Our local chapter was organized in 2012, and our members include asphalt pavement producers, paving contractors, equipment manufacturers, materials suppliers, equipment distributors, engineering firms and consultants. Our members are the people that build Utah’s roads.

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info Texas Asphalt Pavement Association

Texas Asphalt Pavement Association

Texas Asphalt Pavement Association is a full-service Association for the asphalt industry. It serves the needs of asphalt producers, contractors, liquid asphalt suppliers, and interested firms dedicated to improving and growing the asphalt industry.

The Association is committed and dedicated to providing the services and information that keeps its member firms and the industry on the competitive edge.

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info 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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