Save the Dates for ACPA Airport Workshop
- Tuesday, 01 May 2018 14:45
ACPA encourages members, Chapters/States, and others to save the date for the annual ACPA Airport Workshop. The three-day training and tech transfer event will be held August 28 through 30 at the Marriott Mission Valley in San Diego.
This popular workshop has had record attendance the past three years, so please block the dates on your calendars if you are involved in designing, constructing, or rehabbing concrete pavements for commercial and military airports. Discussions of the FAA’s P501 and UFGS 32 13 11 are popular topics for the workshop.
Look for updates by “blast” emails and in ACPA TODAY as agenda details and presenters are confirmed.
ACPA to Seek Drivers Hours of Service Exemption
- Sunday, 29 April 2018 20:55
The ACPA Board of Directors approved an effort to seek an exemption from potentially restrictive Drivers Hours of Service regulations. ACPA has assembled a task force to study the issue and act on findings. ACPA has also discussed DHOS regulations with other associations, including AGC and ARTBA.
Be Part of this Discussion!
- Wednesday, 18 April 2018 04:49
Whether or not you’re planning to attend the Cement & Concrete Fly-In will be held April 24 and 25 in Washington, DC, ACPA is encouraging members and affiliates to be part of the discussion through social media channels.
The North American Concrete Alliance is offering a social media tool kit with sample social media posts and other useful information.
Now is the time to let elected officials know about our priorities, as well as the need for funding and a durable HTF fix. Be part of the discussion with Congressional offices and other Federal officials! Also, be sure to follow ACPA and other NACA partners on Twitter, Linked-In, Facebook, and other social media channels!
ACPA Takes a Stand
- Tuesday, 17 April 2018 17:20
Where can you find written statements on timely issues? The Association’s “Perspectives” documents provide both an overview and position statements on timely policy and technical topics.
First developed in 2010, most of the position statements have not changed, except for minor updates to keep pace with evolving issues. There are currently about a dozen policies and positions covered in the documents.
One of the most used is ACPA’s position on highway authorization, but all the current position documents are commonly used to frame policy and technical issues at both the national and local level. Click here to see the current list of ACPA “Perspectives.”