The Virginia Asphalt Association is one of a number of technical entities around the US that focuses on asphalt concrete materials and pavements. Information on these other entities can be found by clicking on “Read More” and following the links.
Below are links to other asphalt related websites that you may find helpful.
This is a site sponsored by the Asphalt Pavement Alliance to promote the Facts about asphalt pavement as the preferred choice for quality performance and the environment.
The Asphalt Institute is a U.S. based association of international petroleum asphalt producers, manufacturers, and affiliated businesses. The Site contains information on the maintenance and preservation of asphalt pavements and other useful reference materials.
The Asphalt Pavement Alliance’s mission is to further the use and quality of Hot Mix Asphalt Pavements. The Alliance will accomplish this through research, technology transfer, engineering, education, and innovation. The site has information on the many advantages of asphalt as a paving material.
This is a site sponsored by the National Asphalt Pavement Association to promote asphalt pavement as the preferred choice for quality performance and the environment.
NAPA is the only national trade association that exclusively represents the Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) industry. The site contains information on training, pavement designs and downloadable reports on many asphalt issues.
NCAT is a focal point for HMA research and technology transfer. NCAT works to improve Hot Mix Asphalt performance through research, education, and information services. NCAT welcomes inquiries and requests for information from those involved with the Hot Mix Asphalt industry. The site provides the latest information on asphalt research and references numerous reports on the practical application of asphalt technology to pavement applications. Check out their video showing their mission in action: to provide innovative, relevant and implementable research, technology development and education that advances safe, durable and sustainable asphalt pavements.
The site has an alphabetical listing of links to numerous paving industry web locations including most of the state asphalt pavement associations.
Provides overall information on Virginia’s transportation programs including legislative activities, VDOT issues, and the state’s aggregate industry.