Benefits of Competition

PennDOT, as a monopsony, is in a unique position to influence the level of competition in the paving market.  As has been documented in several studies, including most recently from work published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, healthy competition in the paving market enhances quality, it stimulates investments in people and new equipment, and it lowers unit costs for both asphalt and concrete pavement. Click on the following article from the latest edition of Concrete Pavement Progress to learn more about how Pavement Type Competition Benefits Owners and Taxpayers

Welcome New Staff

We welcome Aimee Snyder (email Penn@Pavement.com) as our new Administrative Manager along with Lauren Martini (email LMartini@pavement.com) who is our Association Management Liaison. Both can be reached at 717.441.3506 and both are already providing vital services for the Chapter.

Please also note that we have a new mailing address;  all correspondence, including dues and assessment checks, should be addressed to ACPA Pennsylvania Chapter; P.O. Box 267; Harrisburg, PA 17108-0267.  Note that our office remains physically located on the corner of Forster and 3rd Streets at 800 N. 3rd Street, Suite 503, Harrisburg, PA

24th ACPA/PA Concrete Conference

Access to Presentations

If you missed our conference, you missed many outstanding presentations. Fortunately for you, you will still have the opportunity to hear what was said by clicking the above and purchasing a link for your use. All conference registrants will soon be provided at no additional charge access to the presentations.

Why Choose Concrete in Pennsylvania?

Click HERE to view a short video, with photos from projects all across Pennsylvania, on why Concrete should be the pavement of choice for the Commonwealth.  Video originally produced for the Cement Concrete & Aggregates of Australia; we recommend that you not drive on the wrong side of the road here in the United States.