A Publication of Arkansas Asphalt Pavement Association Third Quarter 2018

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1 A Publication of Arkansas Asphalt Pavement Association Third Quarter 2018 In This Issue 2018 Regional/Unique Paving Award Winners Register Now! 2018 Fall Cook-Off Member Spotlight: APAC-Central, Inc. AAPA Quality Conference Jan. 3-4, 2019 Little Rock AAPA Annual Convention Mar , 2019 Memphis Infrastructure Quick Facts Want to see your project on the cover of Arkansas Asphalt News? Send photos to

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3 OFFICERS Chairman Steve Thweatt Lion Oil Co. Vice Chairman Murry Cline APAC-Central, Inc. Secretary-Treasurer Benson Cashion The Cashion Co. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Tim Gorman Rogers Group, Inc. AGC Representative Zach Green Delta Asphalt of Arkansas NAPA Representative Nick Haynes DKB Contractors, LLC D.B. Hill, III Cranford Construction Co. Dan Hogan RazorRock Materials Lance Lamberth Atlas Asphalt, Inc. Brad Marotti Young Leaders Chairman Delta Asphalt of Arkansas Max Mathis Blackstone Construction John Regenhardt Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Co. Guy Washburn Cranford Construction Co. Arkansas Asphalt Pavement Association Mailing Address P.O. Box Little Rock, AR Physical Address 301 S. Victory Street Little Rock, AR Phone (501) Fax (501) Park Estes Executive Director Administrative Services Best Association Management FROM THE CHAIRMAN Steve Thweatt Scenario: If 75% of folks said they were not happy with something, 75% of folks said they would agree to spend money to fix that issue, and 70% were willing to sign a petition to do just that, what level of success rate would you give that particular issue? Well, that is exactly what Arkansas citizens filling out a survey on the ARDOT website have said. 75% are not satisfied with the condition of state highways, 75% are willing to support a program to generate additional revenue, and 70% would sign a petition to do so. Easy, right? No, and that is why AAPA continues to meet and discuss funding for our state s infrastructure. I believe I have probably mentioned in most, if not every, letter the need to educate the general public on where our road funding comes from and our total needs to 1) maintain, 2) sustain, 3) improve! Next time you have an audience, ask how many folks knew that very little of auto-related fees actually go to road funds. You will be shocked at how many will challenge you on the fact. Regardless of what direction is decided, the need for education is vital. Along the same lines, the election cycle is in full swing and now is the time to make changes and vote for those who will vote for us. If you have not done so already, I would ask for your donation to the AAPA PAC so we can make a difference. We will once again be meeting at the Embassy Suites in West Little Rock for the Quality Conference on January 3-4, The Conference committee will be meeting soon to Vote for those who will vote for us. put together another top-notch agenda full of educational and beneficial information. Additionally, we have set the Annual Convention for March 26-28, 2019, at the number one tourist attraction in Tennessee: Bass Pro Pyramid in Memphis. Be on the lookout for more information, and get ready for comradery, fellowship, and a great time. As you read this letter, we are in process of inducting an additional 3 folks into the prestigious AAPA Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will be held November 1. The location is yet to be determined, but please make plans to attend so that we can honor those who have made a major positive impact in our industry. We owe these folks a great deal of gratitude. The safety topic for this letter is Back to School. Schools will be in session soon, meaning children and school buses will be added back to the normal busy commute. Be extremely careful when approaching school zones and DO NOT talk or text on your phone in a school zone! You never know some future AAPA Hall of Fame inductees could be on the streets or on those buses. Thank you all for making this industry and our association prosperous and the number one choice for pavement usage. God Bless you and our industry. AAPA 3rd Quarter

4 SAVE THE DATE AAPA 2019 Quality Conference January 3-4 (Thursday & Friday) Embassy Suites, Little Rock Asphalt Paving Cold M Stone Serving East Arkansas, West Te ennessee and North Mississippi Since 1972 Wi ith Quality Work and Quality Products APA AC TENNESSEE, INC. P.O. Box Memphis, TN AAPA 3rd Quarter 2018 SAVE THE DATE THURSDAY 2018 AAPA Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Location TBD AG-LIME, INDUSTRIAL STONE, CRUSHED AGGREGATES, 6-MESH FERTILIZER FILLER MIDWEST LIME COMPANY P.O. Box 2608 Batesville, Arkansas Fax

5 Thin Is In AAPA spreads the word on Thinlays at three Lunch and Learns around the State Anew generation of thin-lift asphalt overlays called Thinlays are a popular approach to pavement preservation because of their ability to provide improved ride quality, reduce pavement distresses, maintain surface geometrics, reduce noise levels, reduce life-cycle costs, and provide long-lasting service. Thin asphalt overlays are a time-proven method for extending the life of pavement structures that are still in serviceable shape. When used for pavement preservation, Thinlays can help agencies better manage both pavement condition and scarce funds. Thinlays can also help increase the structural capability of a roadway when used with wellbuilt pavements. If you are interested in using Thinlay asphalt, contact AAPA or your local asphalt supplier for more information. Thank you to Larry Patrick of Oklahoma Asphalt Paving Association for crossing the river to present at the three Lunch and Learns in NWA, Jonesboro, and Little Rock. Big thanks to our sponsors: APAC-Central, Asphalt Producers, Atlas Asphalt, Delta, and Hutchens Construction. If you d like to view Larry Patrick s presentation on Thinlay, visit the AAPA website. Park Estes of AAPA, UA engineering graduate students Nathan Parnell, Elvis Castillo, Airam Morales Vega, and Larry Patrick with OAPA Larry Patrick, OAPA All three Lunch & Learns were well-attended. AAPA 3rd Quarter

6 2018 AAPA REGIONAL PAVING AWARDS REGION ONE Winners Region 1 Multi-Lane (Atlas Asphalt) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Aaron Vowell (ARDOT), Brian Fulkerson (Atlas), Clay Wilcox (Atlas), Bryan Wilburn (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA) Region 1 Two Lane Highway ADT Greater than 2000 (Delta Asphalt of AR) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Josh Hiett (Delta), Shannon Luke (ARDOT), Tonya Rucker (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA) Region 1 Two Lane Highway ADT Less than 2000 (Atlas Asphalt) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Terry Evans (ARDOT), Brian Fulkerson (Atlas Asphalt), Clay Wilcox (Atlas Asphalt), Park Estes (AAPA) Region 1 State-Aid County (Sugg Construction) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Terry Evans (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA), Burt Sugg (Sugg Construction), Chad Lawson (Sugg Construction) Region 1 State-Aid City (Delta Asphalt of AR) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Brad Marotti (Delta), Shannon Luke (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA) 6 AAPA 3rd Quarter 2018 Region 1 Pavement Preservation (M&T Paving & Construction) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Tommy Hartsell (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA)

7 REGION TWO Winners Region 2 Multi-Lane (Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel) In this photo: Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman), Daniel Courtney (ARDOT), Ricky McDaniel (PBSGC), Kathy Cason (PBSGC), Judy Savage (PBSGC), Jerry Savage (PBSGC), Cameron Cogbill (PBSGC), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT) Region 2 Two Lane Highway ADT Greater than 2000 (Jet Asphalt) In this photo: Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman), Gene McKinnon (ARDOT), Shanice Jackson (ARDOT), Ken Thornton (ARDOT), Bradley Shankles (Jet Asphalt), Alvin Borden (Jet Asphalt), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT) STATE WINNER Region 2 State Aid County (Salt Creek Paving & Construction) In this photo: Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman), David Jarvais (ARDOT), Todd Russell (ARDOT), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT) Region 2 Pavement Preservation (Salt Creek Paving & Construction) In this photo: Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman), Jeff Eckhart (ARDOT), Bill Hockaday (ARDOT), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT) STATE WINNER Region 2 State Aid City (C&F Construction) In this photo: Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman), Johnny Hooks (C&F Construction), Randy Leveritt (C&F Construction), Johnny Jones (C&F Construction), Charles Foot (C&F Construction), Shanice Jackson (ARDOT), Gene McKinnon (ARDOT), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT) AAPA 3rd Quarter

8 REGION THREE Winners Region 3 Multi-Lane (Cranford Construction) In this photo: Steve Frisbee (ARDOT), Greg Day (Cranford Construction), Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA) Region 3 Two Lane Highway ADT Greater than 2000 (R.K. Hall Construction) In this photo: William Ryan (ARDOT), Jimmy Booth (R.K. Hall Construction), Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Mindy King (R.K. Hall Construction), Austin Hignight (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA) STATE WINNER Region 3 Two Lane Highway ADT Less than 2000 (Delta Asphalt of AR) In this photo: Brad Marotti (Delta), Toby Ward (ARDOT), David Ross (ARDOT), Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA) Region 3 State Aid County (Delta Asphalt of AR) In this photo: Josh Hiett (Delta), Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Adam Wright (ARDOT), David Ross (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA) Region 3 State Aid City (Rogers Group) In this photo: Daniel Littell (Rogers Group), David Ross (ARDOT), Jonathan Lane (Rogers Group), Seth Parish (ARDOT), Toby Ward (ARDOT), Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA) Region 3 Pavement Preservation (Salt Creek Paving & Construction) In this photo: Michael Guess (ARDOT), Marcus Rainwater (ARDOT), Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA), Johnson County Judge Herman Houston 8 AAPA 3rd Quarter 2018

9 REGION FOUR Winners Region 4 Multi-Lane (APAC-Central, Inc.) In this photo: Philip Taldo (Highway Commission), Mark Tollett (APAC-Central), Terry Mullen (APAC-Central), Dustin Fuller (APAC-Central), Park Estes (AAPA), David Hipp (ARDOT), Jason James (ARDOT), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT), Dick Trammel (Highway Commission), Murry Cline (APAC-Central) Region 4 Two Lane Highway ADT Greater than 2000 (Twin Lake Quarrys, Inc.) In this photo: Philip Taldo (Highway Commission), Park Estes (AAPA), Brit Burns (ARDOT), Ben Kerwood (ARDOT), John James (ARDOT), Josh King (Twin Lake Quarrys), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT), Dick Trammel (Highway Commission), Murry Cline (APAC-Central) Region 4 Two Lane Highway ADT Less than 2000 (Forsgren, Inc.) In this photo: Philip Taldo (Highway Commission), Shawn Cook (APAC-Central), Michael Dugan (APAC-Central), Park Estes (AAPA), Pete Nemeth (Forsgren), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT), Dick Trammel (Highway Commission), Murry Cline (APAC-Central) STATE WINNER Region 4 State Aid County (Hutchens Construction) In this photo: Josh Beam (Benton County), Jay Frasier (Benton County), Philip Taldo (Highway Commission), Jeff Stroud (Hutchens), Ron Reynolds (Hutchens), Park Estes (AAPA), Garrett Morgan (ARDOT), Jason James (ARDOT), Dick Trammel (Highway Commissioner), Murry Cline (APAC-Central), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT) Region 4 State Aid City (APAC-Central, Inc.) In this photo: Philip Taldo (Highway Commission), Dustin Fuller (APAC-Central), Brent Coff, Park Estes (AAPA), Bryce Flower (ARDOT), Jason James (ARDOT), David Canion (APAC-Central), Terry Mullen (APAC-Central), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT), Dick Trammel (Highway Commission), Murry Cline (APAC-Central) Region 4 Pavement Preservation (Salt Creek Paving & Construction) In this photo: Philip Taldo (Highway Commission), Park Estes (AAPA), Brit Burns (ARDOT), Andy Ernst (Pace Construction), John James (ARDOT), Drew Horton (ARDOT), Murry Cline (APAC-Central), Dick Trammel (Highway Commission), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT) AAPA 3rd Quarter

10 STATE WINNER REGION FIVE Winners STATE WINNER Region 5 Multi-Lane (Rogers Group) In this photo: Shane Hutchison (Rogers Group), Park Estes (AAPA), Stan Glover (ARDOT), Casey Chastain (ARDOT, Steve Stackhouse (Rogers Group), Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman) Region 5 Two Lane Highway ADT Greater than 2000 (Redstone Construction) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Mike Ricardo (ARDOT), Mike Burroughs (Redstone), Keith Lewis (Redstone), Josh Walker (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA), Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman) Region 5 Two Lane Highway ADT Less than 2000 (Atlas Asphalt) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Tyler Engleman (ARDOT), Andrew Lee (Atlas), Lance Lamberth (Atlas), Joey Parker (Atlas), Park Estes (AAPA), Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman) Region 5 State Aid County (Delta Asphalt of AR) In this photo: Brad Marotti (Delta), Park Estes (AAPA), Stan Glover (ARDOT), Casey Chastain (ARDOT), Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman) Region 5 State Aid City (Redstone Construction) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), Sarah Freeman (ARDOT), Keith Lewis (Redstone), Josh Walker (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA), Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman) Region 5 Pavement Preservation (Salt Creek Paving & Construction) In this photo: Emanuel Banks (ARDOT), David Stinnett (ARDOT), Colton Cowles (ARDOT), Park Estes (AAPA), Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman) 10 AAPA 3rd Quarter 2018

11 2018 Unique/commercial award winners C&F Construction Airport Paving Camden Municipal Airport In this photo: Steve Thweatt (AAPA Chairman), Chad Crawford (C&F Construction), Paul Givens (C&F Construction), Roger Cheatham (C&F Construction), Johnny Jones (C&F Construction), Gage Garner (C&F Construction), Randy Leveritt (C&F Construction), Otis Dison (C&F Construction), Philip Childers (C&F Construction), John Leveritt (C&F Construction), Mira Martin (Michael Baker Int l), Bob Myers (Michael Baker Int l), Johnny Hooks (C&F Construction), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT), Charles Foot (C&F Construction) Nabholz Construction/APAC-Central, Inc. Commercial Parking Facility Arkansas Children s Hospital In this photo: Philip Taldo (Highway Commission), Ted Craft (APAC-Central), David Canion (APAC-Central), Park Estes (AAPA), Terry Mullen (APAC-Central), Dustin Fuller (APAC- Central), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT), Dick Trammel (Highway Commission), Murry Cline (APAC-Central) ON THECOVER: Project CA0101 Location: HWY 64, Crittenden County Crisp Contractors (prime) APAC-TN (mainline paving) DKB Contractors (ancillary paving) Photo courtesy of APAC-TN. AAPA Magazine Advertiser Index Decco/Covington Local Road or Street Perry Road Widening In this photo: Philip Taldo (Highway Commission), Eric Covington (Decco), Travis Greene (Covington), Nathan Becknell (City of Rogers), Park Estes (AAPA), Aaron Smith (CEI Engineering), Murry Cline (APAC-Central), Dick Trammel (Highway Commission), Tony Sullivan (ARDOT) follow APAC-Central, Inc...21 APAC-Tennessee, Inc...4 ARDOT...12 The Cashion Company...17 Clark Machinery...15 Contractor s Specialty Service Co Delta Asphalt of Arkansas...2 Ergon...20 First Community Bank...21 Keep Arkansas Beautiful...12 Lion Oil Co...back cover Midwest Lime Company...4 Riggs CAT...23 Salt Creek Paving...21 AAPA 3rd Quarter

12 REGISTER NOW! AAPA Young Leaders Fall BBQ Cook-Off Friday, October 12, 2018 Location: Contractor s Specialty Service Co. PROTECT THE ROAD. SECURE THE LOAD. Register using the form on page 13 or register online! Registration deadline: September 7 All teams receive 2 free chef s aprons Trash and other items blowing out of truck beds sharing the road. Do your part to keep our roads safe and free of litter by securing the load. Do YOUR part. Keep Arkansas Beautiful. KeepArkansasBeautiful.com Report Littering Text VOLUNTEER to to get news and updates from Keep Arkansas Beautiful. SAFETY is a Team Effort. ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Interstate 30 Little Rock, AR AAPA 3rd Quarter 2018

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14 AAPA Member SPOTLIGHT APAC-Central, Inc. APAC-Central, formerly McClinton Anchor, was founded in 1946 by brothers Clark McClinton and Charles Wesley McClinton in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The company was purchased by Oldcastle Materials (CRH) in 2006 and merged with APAC-Oklahoma and Arkhola Sand & Gravel to form APAC-Central, Inc., in In addition to asphalt paving, APAC-Central performs earthwork, grading, cold milling, curb and gutter along with most flat work concrete items. They also produce aggregates at 7 locations around the market area. Currently, APAC-Central has over 250 employees, depending on seasonal work. They serve many areas of the state, including northwest Arkansas (Washington, Benton, Carroll, Madison Counties); River Valley Fort Smith; Sebastian, Crawford, Franklin, Logan, Johnson, Scott; the Harrison Area; and Boone, Searcy, and Newton Counties. APAC-Central recently completed several I-49 projects associated with the CAP Highway program from with contracts over $170M with 0 recordable accidents and 0 lost time incidents. When AAPA was first founded in 2001, APAC- Central played a significant role. They have found value in the association because it is a way for industry leaders to form a dialogue to promote asphalt statewide. It allows interaction with ARDOT officials and other cities and county leaders to come together for a common purpose in promoting asphalt paving. 14 AAPA 3rd Quarter 2018

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16 Infrastructure Quick Fact Sheet It s not news that highway funding is a big issue not only in Arkansas but across the nation. But how can we educate those not involved in the industry? Here are a few facts you can use to help others understand the need for increased highway funding to maintain roads. Maintaining roads makes them safer. Arkansas has the 12th largest highway system in the country, with over 16,400 miles of roads, but ranks 43rd in revenue received to maintain roads. Every dollar spent on infrastructure goes around in the economy 3-5 times a great investment. Every billion dollars spent creates and maintains approximately 21,000 jobs. A recent independent study from an Arkansas Independent Legislative Audit found that Arkansas needs an additional $478 million annually just to maintain the roads at an average level, not gold standard. Over 70% of our funding comes from a non-indexed fuel tax; however, the overall goal is to use less fuel, and we are. It has not increased since the 90s. Trump is promoting Public-Private Partnership for future state funding; this is not a good formula for a rural state like Arkansas. We simply do not have enough traffic for tolls and private roads. To make matters worse, we receive over 54% of our funding from the federal government due to declining local money available. In the 90s we only needed 36% to maintain roads. The forecast at this point is for 40% less funding after % of Arkansas roads are in poor or fair condition. Only 18% are considered good. Letting roads deteriorate costs much more than proper maintenance. An overlay costs $100,000 per mile vs. $1.5 million per mile for reconstruction. Between 1980 and 2016, highway funding compared to the State s General Revenue has decreased from over 14% to 6% of the General Revenue. If highway funding in Arkansas had remained at 14%, we would have the $478 million currently needed as found in the recent Independent Legislative Audit. Coming up with enough money to federal matching funds has become very difficult. If we do not have enough money for matching funds, it will be hard to get that money back in the future. We need to have matching money. Thanks to all those who have contributed to the AAPA PAC this year! APAC-Central Atlas Asphalt Brad Bankston C&F Construction Cranford Construction D.B. Hill, III Forsgren, Inc. Larco, Inc. Nabholz Nick Haynes Park Estes Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel RazorRock Materials Redstone Construction Salt Creek Paving Time Striping The money in our PAC allows us to pool our resources to influence public policy. Your money will be well used by the Legislative Committee, and they welcome your suggestions. We thank you in advance for your generous donation to help achieve the goals we are all united on. If you d like to donate to the AAPA PAC, there s a donation form on the homepage of the website. 16 AAPA 3rd Quarter 2018

17 CALENDAR OF EVENTS UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS CTTP Schedule of Classes Check your expiration dates now and register online at August NPDES August HOT MIX ASPHALT September NPDES IN LITTLE ROCK September SOILS September CONCRETE STRENGTH TESTING October 2-4 CONCRETE FIELD TESTING October 8-10 BASIC AGGREGATES August 29 September 12 October 10 October 12 October 24 November 1 November 5-7 November 14 December January 3-4 March Highway Commission Meeting ARDOT Bid Letting Highway Commission Meeting AAPA Fall BBQ Cook-Off ARDOT Bid Letting AAPA Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 1st International Conference on Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) Highway Commission Meeting ARDOT Bid Letting AAPA Quality Conference (Little Rock) AAPA Annual Convention (Memphis) October SOILS October HOT MIX ASPHALT October CONCRETE FIELD TESTING November 7-9 CONCRETE FIELD TESTING Phone: Fax: Toll Free: Scott St. Little Rock, AR AAPA 3rd Quarter

18 AAPA and ArDOT meet for first AQI meeting of 2018 June 28 Association of Arkansas Counties, Little Rock AAPA and ARDOT came together on June 28 to collaborate on improving asphalt and best practices. After the regular AQI meeting, Larry Patrick presented on Thinlay Asphalt to ARDOT. This can be another tool in the box for ARDOT asphalt maintenance, saving money, and increasing safety over time. When discussing issues at AQI meetings, we ask whether they will: Improve Quality Add Value Speed Delivery Enhance Safety Thanks to Emanuel Banks and the ARDOT staff for their willingness to work and take time with AAPA and the asphalt industry to provide the best product we can to the tax-paying public. Stay tuned for information on the next AQI Meeting. The new Chief of Highway Police, Jay Thompson, spoke to the group about permitting. SAVE THE DATE AAPA 2019 Annual Convention March 26-28, 2019 Memphis, Tennessee We look forward to seeing you there! P.O. Box Little Rock, AR Fax: Phone: AAPA 3rd Quarter 2018

19 Arkansas Asphalt News Keep up to date with the latest asphalt pavement industry news in Arkansas with the Arkansas Asphalt Pavement Association s Quarterly Publication. Circulation for the AAPA quarterly magazine includes AAPA members, Arkansas and other industry allies. Ad space is available in the sizes listed below in full color. Placement of less than full page ads varies by quarter. Full Page (7.50 wide X 10 tall): $650 per issue Half Page (7.50 wide X 5 tall): $550 per issue Third Page (2.75 wide X 10 tall): $450 per issue Quarter Page (3.75 wide X 5 tall): $350 per issue Sixth Page (5 wide X 2.5 tall): $275 per issue Completed ads must be press ready, 300 dpi, 150 line screen, 100% actual size, and include all embedded images and fonts. Submit ads electronically to: AAPA 3rd Quarter

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21 BUILDING COMMUNITIES As a community bank, we are passionate about building strong communities. That s why we hold our customers and the communities we serve at the core of all we do! Visit the AAPA Website to: NEW MEMBERS Arkansas Sign & Barricade BXS Insurance Ingevity Sugg Construction Interested in becoming an AAPA member? Go to to view our member categories and fill out an application or contact the office at Register for events Renew your dues Catch up on industry news Check our calendar for upcoming events And more! SALT CREEK PAVING & CONSTRUCTION CO., INC Mary Kay Blvd. P.O. Box 1379 Benton, AR ASPHALT PAVING/SPRAY PAVING CEMENT/LIME STABILIZATION CHIP SEALING SUBDIVISION/ROADWAYS GRADING AND BASE WORK COMMERCIAL LOTS/DRIVES HIGHWAY/HEAVY CONSTRUCTION AAPA 3rd Quarter

22 ARKANSAS ASPHALT PAVEMENT ASSOCIATION We Salute the 2018 HOT MIXERS CLUB APAC-Central, Inc. APAC-Tennessee, Inc. Asphalt Producers Atlas Asphalt, Inc. The Cashion Company, Inc. Contractor s Specialty Service Co. Cranford Construction Co. Delta Asphalt of Arkansas Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc. Hutchens Construction Company JMS Transport Kiewit Infrastructure South Co. Koss Construction Lion Oil Co. Martin Marietta Materials Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Redstone Construction Group, Inc. Riggs CAT Rogers Group Time Striping, Inc. Vulcan Materials Company 22 AAPA 3rd Quarter 2018

23 STRONG LEADERS = STRONG INDUSTRY Thank You to the AAPA Young Leaders Division for visiting Riggs CAT! riggscat.com Little Rock El Dorado Fort Smith Harrison Jonesboro Russellville Springdale Texarkana AAPA 3rd Quarter

24 Arkansas Asphalt Pavement Association P.O. Box Little Rock, Arkansas Presort Standard U.S. Postage PAID Little Rock, AR Permit No. 588