About VTCA Committees
VTCA’s strength and effectiveness lies in our individual members' talent to the Alliance. The members combine their energy and expertise through the committees to effectively address some of our industries' most challenging issues. Many of these committees include expertise from the state agencies such as the Virginia Department of Transportation and Virginia Energy.
Why Join a Committee?
- Work on meaningful projects
- Stay up to date on important industry issues
- Meet industry peers
- Learn from experienced industry professionals
- Direct involvement in Alliance affairs
- Recognition as an industry influencer
If you would like to join a VTCA committee, simply fill out the form using the button below. VTCA staff will reach out to your for further information.
Board of Directors
The Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance is governed by a 21-member Board of Directors, representing all four classes of membership. The Board is responsible for conducting the affairs of the Alliance in accordance with the Bylaws and Policy Manual. Board responsibilities include ensuring that the Alliance is representing the interests of the membership through the implementation of the association’s Strategic Plan.
PAC Legislative Council
The VTCA Political Action Committee and Legislative Council is the advocate for progressive public policy governing Virginia’s transportation programs. The PAC supports candidates who support long-term, dedicated and sustainable funding for transportation. The Council encourages VTCA members to take an active role in government affairs.
The Investment Committee is responsible for the strategy and implementation for the investment of Alliance funds.
VTCA’s four membership categories, Contractors, Engineers, Aggregate Producers and Associates, are uniquely represented by member driven leadership committees. Charged by the Board of Directors, the leadership committees are designed to advance the interests of its respective category and the Alliance by promoting open communication between its members and all other membership groups within VTCA. The leadership committees actively provide advocacy and representation on important issues by promoting open communication and cooperation with government agencies to establish policy for the members within the best interests of VTCA.
- Aggregate Producer Leadership Committee
Subcommittees: Environmental, Marketing, Operations, Safety and Health, and Technical
- Associate Leadership Committee
- Contractor Leadership Committee
Subcommittees: Structure & Bridge
- Engineering Consultant Leadership Committee
Alternative Project Delivery Committee
The Alternative Project Delivery Committee represents the Alliance’s interest in Design Build procurement methods and contracting requirements used in Virginia’s transportation program related projects. The committee primarily consists of contractor and engineering members, and other industry representatives engaged in Design Build procurement. Since the introduction of Design Build procurement in Virginia the committee has worked closely with the Virginia Department of Transportation to shape the Commonwealth’s Design Build program into one of the most successful design build transportation programs in the country.
The Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance Membership Committee is responsible for helping members develop connections that ensure our organization runs smoothly. The goal of this committee is to attract new members to VTCA, retain current members, and to make the experience of being a member overall more engaging and rewarding. This Membership Committee is to provide support and input on how to make these goals achievable, thus allowing us to grow and bring awareness to the industry.