• Board of Directors

    The Board of Directors is made up of the President, Vice President, Second Vice President, Treasurer/Secretary, Immediate Past President and any contractor member. It also includes the Chair of the Associates Committee and four other non-contractor members. This is the time the board of directors to set direction and policy for the organization and is only for board members to attend

    • When: Last Wednesday of every month (except December)
    • Time: 7:00 a.m.
    • Location: ATB Office
    • President: Andrew Rogers,  ISX Construction
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  • Associates Committee Meetings

    This meeting is for all associate members and is open to any interested parties.

    • When: Third Wednesday of every month (accept December)
    • Time: 7:30 a.m.
    • Location: ATB Office
    • Chair: Jamie Regan, Rain for Rent
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  • Regional Meeting

    The objective of the meetings are to provide an opportunity for Members and Agency Representatives from the State, County, City, Towns, public and private utility companies, contractors, subcontractors, engineering and all others to discuss and resolve issues as necessary. They are open to any ATB Members or invited guests.

    • When: Second Wednesday of every month
    • Time: 7:30 a.m.
    • Location: Granite Construction, Inc.
    • Co-Chair: Ramon Gaanders, Tucson Asphalt,
    • Co-Chair: Noah Dayton, Hunter Contracting
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  • Southern Arizona Safety Council

    The objective is to provide a forum to discuss issues, develop and disseminate information about safety services and programs.

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  • Membership Committee

    This Committee meets monthly to serve the needs of the association membership. While helping those, this Committee seeks new members to be part of the only contractors association that focuses on civil construction.

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  • Materials Sub Committee

    The objective is to pro-actively engage Agency partners to develop / modify aggregate specifications which meet engineered requirements and are economically feasible and address emerging changes in technology such as Recycled Asphalt Pavement (RAP) and Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA).

    • When: Meets on an as needed basis
    • Time: As Needed Basis
    • Location: ATB Office
    • Chair: Brian Lasham, Granite
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  • Government Affairs/Procurement Committee

    The objective is to involve all members to participate in specific meetings relating to policy set by different government agencies. Guest speakers are brought in to educate the Committee of the specific legislation. The Committee has other subcommittees like the Procurement Subcommittee which relates to procurement processes, the affect they have on our industry, and provide input on how these processes could be improved to benefit all parties.

    • When: Last Friday of the Month
    • Time: 7:00 am
    • Location: ATB Office
    • Chair: Andrew Rogers, ISX Construction
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  • Southern Arizona Construction Career Days

    Southern Arizona Construction Days is an industry sponsored event for Junior and Senior high school students, to explore the variety of careers available within construction – design, infrastructure, building trades, architecture, engineering and much more. Activities will offer students a glimpse of the diversity of careers in the industry.

    • When: Meets on an ass needed basis (May-October)
    • Time: 7:30 – 8:30 AM
    • Location: ATB Office
    • Chair: Ramon Gaanders, Tucson Asphalt
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OUR GOALS
Keep Educate, Sustain, And
Promote The Common Interest
In The Construction Industry.

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.

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