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VAA 70th Annual Meeting – Finally, in Person!

Finally! Thanks to the increase in vaccinations and the decrease in COVID-19 cases, VAA was able to have the first in-person event since 2020. Members turned out in record numbers for the 70th Annual...

MAAE 2021 Registration Open for Sponsors & Vendors

Launched in 2019, the Mid-Atlantic Asphalt Expo and Conference is the premier event in the mid-Atlantic to see the latest in asphalt paving related technologies, products and services. In the initial year, MAAE had...

Meet Your VAA Board of Directors

While the promotion of asphalt is the purpose of VAA, the association's core is the people who make up its member companies. These individuals give their time and talents to lead the association through...

INVEST Act – VAA and Other Virginia Trade Associations Contact Congressional Delegation

On June 25, VAA, Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance, Heavy Construction Contractors Association and Old Dominion Heavy Contractors Association sent a joint letter to Virginia's congressional delegation regarding the impacts of the proposed Buy America...

VAA 2021/2022 Membership Directory Now Available

2021-2022 VAA Membership Directory is now available. Visit VAA's website to view all the latest members and contacts. Hard copies of the directory will be mailed at the end of July.

MCS Credentials Extended to January 31, 2022

Don't forget that Virginia Department of Transportation’s training section has again extended the date for those individuals whose credentials expired in 2019 and 2020, along with those expiring in 2021 to January 31, 2022,...

VAA Annual Meeting Photos!

Did Brittany Claud Photography catch you on film at the 70th Annual Meeting? Check out the VAA Flickr page to see if you have been immortalized!

Did You Use Fast Forward Funds to Pay for Credentialing Classes? Use It or...

Several years ago, Governor McAuliffe signed a bill to provide funding for individuals seeking a professional credential. This program, known as Fast Forward, would break a credentialing fee into thirds—the individual or company would...

VDOT Updates PTRS for Localities

The Virginia Department of Transportation continues to be concerned with the high rate of distracted driving crashes in work zones. Therefore, the department is expanding the use of portable temporary rumble strips to include...

Women of Asphalt Launches Inspiring “Women in the Field” Video Series

Women of Asphalt has just launched a four-part video series showcasing women from across the country who take pride in their roles within the asphalt industry. These featured women are out in the field...