BECOME A MEMBER
TOP 10 REASONS TO JOIN ATB
1 You Make
When participating with ATB, you will make a significant difference in our mission and to our community. The best way to do this is to get involved.
As an organization, we can provide a voice for our industry and you know what they say, “there is always strength in numbers.” We also work to give back to the community through our yearly volunteer day.
3 Promotion of
By becoming a member, you automatically have your business connected to our website. There are also various other avenues to promote your business through the organization.
4 Work with
ATB invites and meets with various elected officials each month. If your company is seeking specific assistance with government, ATB can engage with all bodies of government, starting with our elected body.
By being an ATB member, your employees and/or their family members can apply for any of the four scholarships we offer each May
6 Business Opportunities
With three major events per year and several other events a month, there are opportunities to meet face-to-face with other like-minded businesses.
7 Employee Training &
ATB Members offer a variety of training, whether for safety or professional development.
ATB engages and is involved on various committees set forth by local governments. We provide solutions and suggestions for creating efficiencies for our industry.
9 We bring
Several of our meetings bring together the owners, agencies, consultants, contractors, and suppliers together in one place.
As a paid member, any employee of your company can participate without additional individual per-employee membership costs.
WHAT OUR SATISFIED MEMBERS SAY
Rich Juliano, American Road & Transportation Builders Association
“ARTBA has been proud to have ATB carry our charter in Arizona and the Southwestern U.S. since 2002. We jointly advocate for our members in seeking to grow transportation investment, reform burdensome regulations, and ensure that safety and efficiency are maximized on our members’ projects. We can only do this with the active participation of chapters like yours. ATB’s contractors have regularly provided ARTBA valuable insight into federal issues and how they affect Southern Arizona. BJ and Lexi are continuing a strong collaboration between the professional staffs of our two associations. I always look forward to visiting Tucson, not only because it’s a great destination, but also because I can learn from ATB’s members, staff and public sector partners every time I am there.”
Jenn Escarcega, Miura Contracting
“As a small business owner and an active member on the Board of Arizona Transportation Builders Association, we are all working together as a team to help build a stronger community through this association (made up of engineers, contractors, subcontractors, public agencies, suppliers and vendors) I have seen this association grow and has become stronger. Lexi Saavedra, Member Services Coordinator is a very hard worker and has made ALL members feel welcomed, heard and appreciated. I am looking forward to working along the side on the new Executive Director, Michele Bettini”
Jim DeGrood, Regional Transportation Authority
“I greatly appreciate the role ATB plays in regional transportation issues. A safe, efficient, and cost-effective transportation network is essential to our region’s growth and prosperity. ATB’s leadership and members are actively engaged in the issues that affect both our industry, and the regional economy. ATB is continuing advocacy for the RTA, and its efforts to increase awareness of the growing transportation-funding gap are particularly valuable. ATB and its members can always be counted on to assist us in our mutual efforts to improve the quality and cost effectiveness of the infrastructure improvements our community depends upon.”
Fred Narcaroti, Ninyo & Moore
“ATB has a long running history of building relationships between the public/private sectors throughout its history and continues to be a pillar in our community. The success of the association is really driven by the leadership and continuity of the organization since it is comprised of volunteers from great companies that understand the industry. One way to identify ATB as a leader in Tucson is that municipal leaders will regularly reach out to the Executive Director and request information on proposed changes, whether they are technical or political. Although the association has been around for 30+ years, the success is the ability to maintain relevance within the community and industry to be a sounding board for contractors, associates and municipal members to learn and succeed together.”
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, Tucson
“I want to personally express my gratitude to ATB, its leadership, and membership, for being an early supporter of Proposition 409, which is allowing the City, to provide $100 million of major arterial and street improvements to the citizens of Tucson. When others doubted, the leadership of ATB stood up, did the right thing, helped formulate some of the significant strategies that led to the Proposition’s success, like the creation of the Citizen Oversight Committee, and changed the dialogue in our City.The vote was close and without ATB’s support, I do not know that we would have crossed the finish line. Again, thank you.”
Quarterly and monthly dinners and mixers are an effective tool to meet new prospects and maintain relationships.
association and without. This is a great way to show your support of ATB as well as educating members of your business products and services.
This category is reserved for Contractors only. A Contractor Member is defined as someone who is principally engaged in excavation, earth- moving, paving, construction of utilities or public works. All Contractor Members serve on the board of directors. Membership with the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and all the rights and privileges thereof are optional and available at an additional cost. These memberships are at the discretion of the applicant. The dues are billed annually from the time you join.
This category is reserved for private utilities, suppliers and providers of materials or services, professional or otherwise to Contractor Members. Associate Members elect their own representatives to sit on the Board of Directors. Membership with the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and all the rights and privileges thereof are available at an additional cost. These memberships are at the discretion of the applicant. The dues are billed annually from the time you join
AGENCY/ MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
This category is reserved
for government agencies like
Pima County, City of Tucson, government departments like Tucson Water or Pima County Department of Transportation, and other quasi-governmental agencies.
Annual dues of $700.00 are billed annually from the time you join.
ATB COMMUNITY IMPACT
ATB Scholarship Foundation
Southern Arizona Construction Career Days
Social Fundraisers: Trap Shoot & Associates Even
Volunteer Day & Other Community Support
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Founded in 1984 as Tucson Underground Contractors Association by Ed Snell, Tricon, Ben Luster, Luster Contracting, Godon Nelson, Nelson Pipeline, and Lucky Hurford of SAECO, represented local contractors only. Years following, the association changed its name in the mid-1990s to reflect and expand service offerings.
In 2014, TUCA amended its name to be the Arizona Transportation Builders Association (ATB) and is still a nonprofit organization consisting of more than 100 individual businesses and organizations in Southern Arizona.