History & Mission
In 1943 a small group of forward-thinking road builders founded the Virginia Road Builders Association to promote the development of the Commonwealth’s road and highway network. Similarly, in 1927 a group of conscientious aggregate producers formed the Virginia Aggregates Association to protect and promote the interests, growth and welfare of the mining industry (crushed stone, sand & gravel and industrial minerals) in Virginia.
In 2005 the two organizations merged to become the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance providing a powerful voice for contractors, aggregate producers, engineers, suppliers and service providers who design, build and maintain Virginia’s transportation network.
VTCA is the advocate and spokesperson for Virginia’s transportation construction and aggregates industries. For you, we:
- Fight to protect and grow transportation funding. VTCA serves as Virginia’s voice for long term, sustainable transportation investment – the economic engine of Virginia’s prosperity.
- Maintain and promote open communication and cooperation between the industry, the Virginia Department of Transportation, the Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy and other state agencies.
- Provide the critical information needed to stay on top of industry issues. The Blue Top, Tech Log and Heard Along the Highway complement our award-winning [Directory of Members.]
- Offer an extensive array of education and training—often not available anywhere else. The VTCA Spring Conference & Trade Show is the only one of its kind in Virginia.