2114 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, WV  25311
FAX 304-342-7469
304-342-1166

Letting Schedule
 
The Asphalt Pavement Association of WV is pleased to host live internet broadcasts of West Virginia Department of Highways' public lettings.

The lettings are available in webinar format (with video and audio) or by a call-in number.

We thank the Daniels Law Firm for sponsoring the WVDOH Letting Broadcast.

www.danielslawfirm.com

The Asphalt Pavement Association
               of West Virginia

The Asphalt Pavement Association of West Virginia, a division of the Contractors Association of West Virginia, is a non-profit trade association representing the producers of asphalt and aggregates, laydown contractors, asphalt cement suppliers, equipment and material suppliers and other firms involved directly and indirectly in the asphalt industry.

The Association represents the majority of such firms operating in West Virginia with their combined production accounting for over 90 percent of all hot mix asphalt production in the state. The APAWV, formerly the Flexible Pavements Council of WV (FPC), was formed by a progressive group of hot mix plant owners in 1979.

Our new 2021-2022 Membership Directory is available for distribution. Please email info@asphaltwv.com to receive a copy of this useful tool for all involved in the asphalt industry.


APA Names John Crane Executive Director

The Asphalt Pavement Association of West Virginia (APAWV) announces John Crane, P.E., has been named executive director of the organization, effective Monday, November 1. 

Crane previously served as the Pavements, Materials, and Field Applications Engineer for the Flexible Pavements of Ohio and has eight years of experience with the West Virginia Division of Highways’ Materials Control, Soils and Testing Division where he last served as the Asphalt Group Supervisor. 

He is a graduate of West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Civil Engineering. As a Graduate Research Assistant, Crane worked with Dr. John Zaniewski, WVU Asphalt Technology Professor, a position endowed by the association. He and his wife, Rachael, will live in Charleston with their two children, Scarlett and Thatcher. 

“We’re extremely excited to welcome John to the team,” said APAWV Chairman Mark Haverty, vice president of Kelly Paving, Inc. in Williamstown. “The addition of a young professional engineer will help us navigate the upcoming challenges in the industry including more technical specifications and changes in workforce dynamics.

“His unique perspective as a former WVDOH employee will help us better understand the division’s point of view and lead to an enhanced working relationship,” Haverty said. “Our goal is to provide the most cost effective and long-lasting pavements to the division and John will help us move forward in that endeavor.”

“I am excited to join the Asphalt Paving Association of West Virginia as their next Executive Director,” said Crane. “I will utilize my knowledge and passion for asphalt to help the industry and the WVDOH shape their transportation system of tomorrow, the same system that helps the hard-working citizens and visitors of the Mountain State travel to the many ‘wild and wonderful’ locations that make West Virginia so great.”

Crane replaces Pat Parsons who is retiring after 43 years with the Contractors Association of West Virginia (CAWV), including the last 35 years as Executive Director of APAWV.  He will assist with the transition and will maintain his current email (pat@asphaltwv.com) and mobile number (304-549-1166).

“Pat’s contributions to this industry are unsurpassed,” said Haverty. “His thoughtful leadership, commitment to APAWV’s mission and dedication will be greatly missed.  We are grateful for his many years of service to our industry.”

APAWV, a division of the CAWV, is a non-profit trade association representing the producers of asphalt and aggregates, laydown contractors, asphalt cement suppliers, equipment and material suppliers and other firms involved directly and indirectly in the asphalt industry.

The Association represents the majority of such firms operating in West Virginia with their combined production accounting for over 90 percent of all asphalt production in the state. The APAWV, formerly the Flexible Pavements Council of West Virginia (FPC), was formed by a progressive group of asphalt plant owners in 1979.

Members are encouraged to contact John at jcrane@asphaltwv.com or call (304) 342-1166 and welcome him to the association.

 

APAWV News
 

41st Annual Asphalt Paving  &

WVDOH Asphalt Pre-Construction Conference 

Virtual Conference ~ March 25 2021


Preliminary agenda

Registration Form

Sponsorships Available

2021 Conference Packet




40th Annual Asphalt Paving Conference

Embassy Suites, Charleston

February 18-19, 2020

Powerpoint presentations can be found under the Meeting/Events Tab 


40th Annual Asphalt Paving Awards

Commissioner’s Award for Excellence in Asphalt Paving, Two-Lane, Two-Way Projects

Quality Craftsmanship Award for Best Rideability


West Virginia Paving and WVDOH District 5

Dolly Hill Road - Scherr project (S312-42-15.92) Grant County

                               Quality Craftsmanship Awards for Best Longitudinal Joint 

                                                        & Best Surface Appearance

West Virginia Paving and WVDOH District 5

Hanging Rock - Loom, Hampshire County (S314-50-23.24) STBG-0050(367)D 



Thomas J. Medvick Excellence in PWL Asphalt Paving Award

Wolfe's Excavating, LLC and WVDOH District 7

Kings Run Road - Buckeye Road Monongalia County(S331-7-14.56) NHPP-0007(296)D 


Quality Craftsmanship Award for Best Transverse Joint

West Virginia Paving and WVDOH District 7

Jane Lew - Good Hope Road +1, Lewis County  (S321-19-32.01) STP-0019(463)D

*For additional information go to the meeting/events tab*




39th Annual APA Fall Meeting

Snowshoe Mountain Resort

September 26 - 29, 2019 

Meeting Registration

Snowshoe Accommodations

Preliminary Agenda

Snowshoe Activities 

39th Annual Asphalt Paving Awards

Charleston Marriott

February 28, 2019

Commissioner’s Award for Excellence in Asphalt Paving, Two-Lane, Two-Way Projects

& Quality Craftsmanship Awards for Best Longitudinal Joint and Best Surface Appearance

  

Belt Paving and WVDOH District 5

Patterson Creek-Ed Oats Road project, S329-46-29.34(Mineral County)

 

 

 

Thomas J. Medvick Excellence in PWL Asphalt Paving Award

& Quality Craftsmanship Award for Best Rideability

 

 Jefferson Asphalt and WVDOH District 5

I-81, Virginia Line to Rest Area project, S302-81-0.02 (Berkeley County)

 

 

 

Quality Craftsmanship Award for Best Transverse Joint

 

West Virginia Paving and WVDOH District 7

Diana-Rock Cave Road project, S349-20-0.00 (Upshur County)