Be an expert in onstruction Industry
Increase career awareness in the construction and related industries. We will educate students and provide them with career enhancing opportunities. This organization and its events are intended to increase awareness and enhance the construction industry and career placement.
Moving Students to Careers and College
The Pima JTED Career and Technical Education District offers premier, tuition-free CTE programs to sophomores, juniors and seniors. We serve students from public, private, and charter schools, and students who are home-schooled. Pima JTED also serves students who have not earned a diploma or GED and are under the age of 22. Students may attend Pima JTED classes at one of our Central Campuses, located throughout Pima County, or at one of our satellite locations which are located at all public high schools in Pima County, Santa Cruz Valley, Nogales, and in Mammoth San Manuel.
The breadth and depth of our mission, along it the trust the members place in the AZAGC Apprenticeship Trust Fund to provide innovative apprenticeship programs and heavy civil training enable us to have a broad impact — and its fueling our results Across all training programs we are broadening our offerings and accelerating our innovation to meet the needs of our members. The collaboration among contractors and their generous contributions of land, meeting space, equipment and instructors help us keep training costs low and flexible.
Across all training programs we are broadening our offerings and accelerating our innovation to meet the needs of our members. The collaboration among contractors and their generous contributions of land, meeting space, equipment and instructors help us keep training costs low and flexible.
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.