The Utah Asphalt Pavement Association (UAPA) is committed to being the unified voice of the asphalt industry to promote the quality and use of asphalt pavements in Utah.
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.
Promote the use of asphalt as the premier material for road construction and maintenance.
Provide ROI to its members through increased market share, innovation, education, and fair market principles.
Market asphalt to all agencies in their pavement selection process. Educate and lobby for extensive use of asphalt pavements.
The Executive Director and Board work as a unified voice with UDOT and local government agencies throughout Utah.
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Expand the information and communication network between members, customers, legislature and government entities.
Where We Belong
On The Road serves the membership and prospective members of UAPA. On The Road is published quarterly with a circulation of roughly 600 each issue.
The asphalt pavement industry is made up of asphalt plant managers, administrators, road crews, researchers, and an army of support personnel – all of whom play critical roles in building and maintaining the roads we use every day. Jobs in the asphalt pavement industry are not limited to road work. Many civil engineers, technologists, and researchers with advanced degrees are necessary to ensure the quality and safety of our road system. Our readers represent companies of all sizes within the local asphalt industry, and are professionals that continuously update their education within the industry through training opportunities and other resources that can help them improve their performance, increase business for their respective companies, and compete in the marketplace.
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