ACPA’s 53rd Annual Meeting presented a great opportunity for ACPA members, affiliates, staff, and other guests to share information in the form of business and technology updates, peer exchanges, panel discussions, and our popular Concrete Pavement University technology transfer and education tracks.   

Held in Austin, Texas, from November 29 through December 1,the meeting also offered a few surprises and some great opportunities for networking, connecting with old and new friends, and relaxing after each productive and busy day of meetings and discussions.

ACPA is pleased to share photo highlights of our meeting.   To download and save individual photos, click on the galleys below, right-click on the photo, then save to your computer or other digital device.  Most of the galleries have multiple “pages,” so be sure to use the arrows below the gallery to advance through the photos.   Also, please know that photos appear in the galleries in random order, so the order changes each time the page is accessed or refreshed.

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Tuesday, November 29

  • Task Force Meetings
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  • Chapter/State Meeting
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  • Reception at the Rattle Inn
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Wednesday, November 30

  • Annual Meeting of Members
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  • CPU Opening Session
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  • CPU Special Session – Performance Specs and Pay Factors
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  • Distinguished Service Awards Breakfast
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  • Emerging Leaders
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  • Luncheon with Guest Speaker Mike Robertson
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  • Strategic Advisory Committee
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Thursday, December 1

  • Breakfast with Texas DOT
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  • CPU Tracks 1 through 4
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  • CPU Tracks 5 through 8
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