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Fredericksburg Asphalt Seminar Rescheduled

As has become all too common, COVID-19 outbreaks have forced the rescheduling of meetings and events. With the current spread of the Omicron variant...

VAA and GCC Hold In-Person Hybrid VECAT Classes

After nearly an 18-month absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Virginia Education Center for Asphalt Technology hosted two in-person MCS credentialing classes! First,...

Innovation Connection Webcast: HaulHub discusses e-ticketing technology

While COVID-19 has had a tremendously negative impact on individuals, families, and companies, it has also forced changes in the way business is performed....

VDOT MCS Certifications extended to June 30, 2021

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions on gatherings/meetings, VDOT has extended the deadline for individuals seeking Materials Division related credentials and those...

VAA Board of Directors lowers tonnage fees

For the second time in two years, VAA's Board of Directors lowered the tonnage fees for producer members. Following a long-term plan initiated in...

COVID relief funds coming to Virginia

At the end of 2020, President Donald Trump signed a $900 Billion COVID Relief bill. Contained in this bill were funds for state departments...

VAA 70th Annual Meeting dates change

With the scourge of the COVID-19 pandemic on-going and the slower than expected rollout of vaccines to the construction community and general public, VAA...

Planning underway for MAAE 2021

While COVID changed the look and delivery of the Mid-Atlantic Asphalt Expo and Conference in 2020, it has not stopped the planning for a...

E-ticketing allowance extended to March 31

On December 29, VDOT State Materials Engineer Andy Babish sent notice of continuing guidance regarding the temporary elimination of paper weigh tickets and shipping...

Pandemic modifies VECAT 2021 to virtual classroom

January starts the VECAT credentialing season. In the past, VECAT instructors and proctors would have hosted four or more in-person classes for over 300...
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