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2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
2014 FIP Program of Events
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2014 ARTBA Federal Issues Program Full Schedule

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  • 1. 2014 ARTBA Federal Issues Program &Transportation Construction Coalition Fly-In PROGRAM OF EVENTS | June 9-11
  • 2. MAINTAINING OUR CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE Celebrating a century of service, HNTB understands the life cycle of infrastructure and addresses clients’ most and operational challenges. www.hntb.com
  • 3. HOTEL INFORMATION Mayflower Hotel 1127 Connecticut Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 (t) 202.347.3000 ARTBA Registration Desk: Mayflower Hotel Lobby Level Meeting Rooms: Lobby Level: State, Senate, Promenade, Chinese room and Grand Ballroom 2nd Floor: Delaware, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York and New Jersey Lower Level: Colonial room LOBBY LEVEL LOWER LEVEL ARTBA Registration Desk
  • 4. 2ND FLOOR
  • 5. SCHEDULE Monday, June 9 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Transportation Officials Division (Senate room: lobby level) Presiding: Eric Seibring, county engineer, Piatt County, Ill. Public Private Partnerships Division (North Carolina room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Thomas Stoner, vice president, H.W. Lochner, Inc. 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. Transportation Development Foundation Trustees (Rhode Island Room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Leo Vecellio, chairman & CEO, Vecellio Group, Inc. 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. Young Executive Development Program (State room: lobby level) Presiding: Kenyon Gleason, vice president, development & field operations, ARTBA 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Contract Administration Committee Meeting with Federal Highway Administration (Chinese room: lobby level) Presiding: Jeff Clyde, vice president, administration, W.W. Clyde & Co. Speaker: Jerry Yakowenko, contract administration team leader, FHWA 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. Transportation Safety Advisory Council (Virginia room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Taylor Bowlden, manager, federal government affairs, 3M Sponsor: Trinity Highway Products Bridge Policy & Promotion Council (South Carolina Room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Ted Zoli, senior vice president, HNTB Corp. Speakers: Romeo Garcia, acting bridge & tunnel construction engineer, FHWA; and Bala Sivakumar, P.E., vice president, director-special bridge projects, HNTB Corporation Research & Education Division (Georgia Room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Dr. R. Clark Graves, program manager for pavements, materials & geotech, Kentucky Transportation Center Nominating Committee (New Hampshire Room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Steve Wright, president, Wright Brothers Construction Co., Inc.
  • 6. SIGN UP AT IMAKEAMERICA.COM AEM and I Make America thank you for coming to Washington to make your voice heard on the highway bill. We want to support your efforts. Go to www.IMakeAmerica.com/Reimbursement to learn more.
  • 7. continued 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Ports & Waterways Council Meeting (New Jersey Room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Will Spielvogel, chief operating officer, Jay Cashman, Inc.; and Pierce Homer, transportation director, Moffat & Nichol 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Executive Committee (Senate Room: Lobby level) Presiding: 2014 ARTBA Chairman Doug Black, CEO, John Deere Landscapes Sponsor: HCSS 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Environmental Committee Meeting with Federal Officials (Rhode Island Room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Kevin Thomas, environmental services manager, RBF Consulting; and Jeff Nelson, president, David Nelson Construction Co. 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Joint Young Executive Development Program & Young Executive Leadership Council (State Room: Lobby Level) Presiding: David Harwood, senior vice president & director of strategic business sectors, Terracon 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Council of State Executives (South Carolina Room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Pat Goss, executive director, Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association Co-Sponsors: UTCA of New Jersey and Construction Industry Council Women Leaders in Transportation Design & Construction Council (Rhode Island Room: 2nd floor) Presiding: Melissa Tooley, director, Southwest Region University, Transportation Center, Texas A&M Transportation Institute 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Reception (Chinese Room: Lobby Level) Co-Sponsors: CASE Construction Equipment, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Association of Equipment Manufacturers, AECOM, McKee Risk Management, Inc. and MARSH SCHEDULE Monday, June 9
  • 8. As a global leader, AECOM’s professionals provide a full range of transportation services, including tolling and intelligent transportation systems, managed lanes and complex bridges. Ranked #1 in Transportation by Engineering News-Record, we consistently deliver sustainable, reliable and visionary projects. www.aecom.com CREATE. ENHANCE. SUSTAIN.
  • 9. Tuesday, June 10 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. Contractors Division (Colonial Room: Lower Level) Presiding: Jeff Clyde, vice president, administration, W.W. Clyde & Co. Speaker: Butch Waidelich, associate administrator for infrastructure, FHWA Co-Sponsors: Wright Brothers Construction Co., and Herzog Contracting Corp. Planning & Design Division (Rhode Island Room: 2nd Floor) Presiding: Matt Cummings, senior vice president, AECOM Sponsor: Ammann & Whitney Materials & Services Division (Georgia Room: 2nd Floor) Presiding: Mike Flowers, president, American Bridge Company Speaker: Hari Kalla, P.E., director, center for accelerating innovation, Federal Highway Administration 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Young Executive Development Program (Senate Room: Lobby level) 9:30 – 9:45 a.m. Networking Break (Grand Ballroom Foyer: Lobby level) Co-Sponsors: H.W. Lochner, Inc., and Astec Industries, Inc. 9:45 – 11:00 a.m. General Sessions (Grand Ballroom: Lobby level) Dave Bauer, senior vice president of government relations, ARTBA Nick Goldstein, vice president of environmental & regulatory affairs, ARTBA Dr. Alison Premo Black, chief economist and senior vice president, ARTBA Co-Sponsors: HNTB Corporation, Volvo Construction Equipment, HDR Engineering, Inc., Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers, Skanska USA Civil, Inc., and Associated Pennsylvania Constructors SCHEDULE
  • 10. 2050M 1650M 1150M 850M 750M MEET THE ALL-NEW CASE M SERIES WITH EXCLUSIVE SCR TECHNOLOGY. Meet the only dozers powered by SCR technology* — a Tier 4 Interim after-treatment system that lets the engine run at peak performance so you can benefit from up to 14% fuel savings‡ without compromising power. More time working. Less time fueling. Meet the M Series. *SCR not available on 750M. ‡Compared to CASE L Series dozers. ©2014 CNH Industrial America LLC. All rights reserved. CASE is a trademark registered in the United States and many other countries, owned by or licensed to CNH Industrial N.V., its subsidiaries or affiliates. CaseCE.com/MSCR EATS DIRT. SIPS FUEL.
  • 11. Tuesday, June 10 Tuesday, June 10 Transportation Construction Coalition Washington Fly-In 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. ARTBA Board of Directors Meeting (Grand Ballroom: Lobby Level) Presiding: 2014 ARTBA Chairman Doug Black, CEO, John Deere Landscapes Co-Sponsors: Caterpillar Inc., Zachry Construction Corp., and CH2M HILL Young Executive Development Program (Senate Room: Lobby Level) 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ARTBA Foundation Awards Luncheon (Colonial Ballroom: Lower level) Presiding: 2014 ARTBA Chairman Doug Black, CEO, John Deere Landscapes Co-Sponsors: Vecellio Group, Inc., W.W. Clyde & Co., George Harms Construction Co., Inc., and Michael Baker, Jr., Inc. 2:30 – 5:00 p.m. TCC Legislative Briefing (Grand Ballroom: Lobby Level) 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. TCC Capitol Hill Reception* (Longworth House Office Building: Room 1100 House Ways and Means Committee room) *Buses will depart for the TCC Capitol Hill Reception from the Mayflower hotel lobby entrance starting at 5:00 p.m. SCHEDULE continued Begins after ARTBA Program ARTBA members will join executives from 29 national associations and labor unions for briefings by congressional transportation leaders and Capitol Hill events.
  • 12. FoFF i i d/ i f ii ll ii iiFoFoFor cacarereerer oopppporortutunities aanddnd/oo/or momorere iinfnforrro mamamam titiiononoooo ,, plplpllplp eaeaeae sesesesess vvvisisisssitititit ppbbwwoorrld.commmm Focused on Sustainable Transportation
  • 13. SCHEDULE 7:00 – 7:30 a.m. TCC Breakfast (Grand Ballroom: Lobby Level) 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meetings with Members of Congress (Off-site) 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Young Executive Development Program (New York room) 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Young Executive Development Program (Massachusetts room) Transportation Construction Coalition Washington Fly-In 6th Annual Transportation Construction Law & Regulatory Forum Additional YEDP Sessions Continued ARTBA Headquarters Building Wednesday, June 11 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Pre-registration is required. Followed by a networking reception. Check at the ARTBA registration desk for more details. Wednesday, June 11 Wednesday, June 11 Thursday, June 12
  • 14. ARTBA thanks the following sponsors for their generous support of the Conference and Foundation Luncheon PLATINUM AECOM Association of Equipment Manufacturers CASE Construction Equipment MARSH McKee Risk Management, Inc. Parsons Brinckerhoff GOLD Associated Pennsylvania Constructors Caterpillar Inc. HDR Engineering, Inc. HNTB Corporation Michael Baker, Jr., Inc. Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers Skanska USA Civil, Inc. Volvo Construction Equipment SILVER Ammann & Whitney Astec Industries, Inc. CH2M HILL Construction Industry Council George Harms Construction Co., Inc. H.W. Lochner, Inc. HCSS Herzog Contracting Corp. Ohio Contractors Association Trinity Highway Products UTCA of New Jersey Vecellio Group, Inc. Wright Brothers Construction Co., Inc. W.W. Clyde & Co. Zachry Construction Corporation EXHIBITOR Nautilus Consulting, LLC
  • 15. 718.340.0777 www.usa.skanska.com We’re the name behind the projects that keep the nation’s network of roadway, bridge, tunnel and mass transit systems moving. From roads, bridges and transit networks, to water treatment facilities and power plants, our people are the building the infrastructure of tomorrow, today. When building for the future, build with Skanska. Improving Communities Connecting Lives Cooper River Bridge, Charleston, SC
  • 16. Our line of pavers sets the standard for reliable asphalt paving. We have a long history of proven technology and a reputation for industry-leading innovation. When it comes to maximizing your earnings, our pavers deliver. See smart in action at volvoce.com/smartworks. Smart works. You’re serious about getting your bonus. And your crew thanks you.
  • 17. Bridges … Our most critical national transportation infrastructure issue. Long-Term Funding Reauthorization…Our most critical source for solutions. www.mbakerintl.com Sherman-MintonBridge(INDOT) OhioRiverCrossing—IndianaandKentucky BakerDeliveringBridgeInspectionServices
  • 18. Partnering for impactSM Marsh is one of the Marsh & McLennan Companies, together with Guy Carpenter, Mercer, and Oliver Wyman. marsh.com Copyright © 2012 Marsh Inc. All rights reserved. USDG-3525 Today’s best-in-class heavy highway contractors are exploring an exciting new insurance option, offering contractors less price volatility, greater transparency and control, and mitigating gaps in their insurance program. Most importantly, they’re crating a competitive advantage by making insurance a profit center. To learn what the Marsh/ARTBAHeavy Highway Insurance Program is all about, contact: JIM BLY Managing Director Marsh’s Construction Pracitce 412.552.5028 James.L.Bly@marsh.com
  • 19. ARTBA ACTION HOTLINE 1.888.448.2782 toll free number Download the FREE TRANSPORTATION CONSTRUCTION ADVOCATETM APP available at Googleplay or AppStore ngestion alone cost the US trucking industry $9.2 billion in 2013Highway con costs equating to 141 million hours of lost productivity.operational c funds, on average, provide 52% ofOur Federal e DOT capital outlays forannual State y and bridge construction projects.new highway from the American Transportation Research Institute ATRI— April 2014 Study ONGRESS TO MOVE OUR COUNTRY IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION BEFORE THEY LEAVE IN AUGUST.CALL OUR CO CAUTION MEN NOT WORKING Zachry and its affiliates have completed or are currently completing five design-build transportation projects with a construction value of $4.2 billion. BringingDesignBuild&P3ProjectstoMarket www.zachrycorp.com
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  • 21. Enhancing People’s Lives Through Sustainable Infrastructure Our civil and structural engineers, planners, environmental specialists and inspectors provide valuable solutions. – Airport Planning & Design – Construction Phase Services – Design-Build – Federal/State/Municipal Services – Public-Private Partnerships (P3) – Rail & Transit – Roadways Offices Nationwide www.hwlochner.com
  • 22. Construction Industry Council of Westchester and Hudson Valley, Inc. George Pacchiana, Chairman Ross J. Pepe, President Contractors Association of Rockland County, Inc. (Affiliate of CIC) John Cooney, Jr., President Jerry Keahon, Secretary/Treasurer Ross J. Pepe, Executive Director 629 Old White Plains Road Tarrytown, NY 10591 (914) 631-6070 FAX: (914) 631-5172 Web Page: WWW.CICNYS.ORG Representing the Westchester / Hudson Valley Region’s Construction and Building Industries A Top 400 Contractor Heavy/highway and bridge construction, drainage struc- tures, retaining walls and site development throughout the mid-Atlantic states and beyond. Grading, utilities and asphalt paving/resurfacing in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina. A division of Vecel- lio & Grogan. Heavy/highway and road construction, site development and asphalt paving/resurfac- ing across northeastern, cen- tral and southeastern Florida. “A Tradition of Excellence in Contracting Since 1938.” For more information, please visit www.VecellioGroup.com Keep America Strong Through Robust Funding Of Transportation Infrastructure
  • 23. Utility and Transportation Contractors Association “Building A Better New Jersey Through Transportation An Utility Construction” UTCA P.O. Box 728 Allenwood, NJ 08720 (732) 292-4300 Fax: (732) 292-4310 Harry Chowansky Robert A. Briant, Jr. President CEO Transportation for America CH2M HILL supports the legislation and implementation of a long-term transportation bill that improves and sustains America’s infrastructure. We are proud to be a long-time member of ARTBA, America’s largest and most respected national transportation construction trade group. ch2mhill.com/transportation © 2014 CH2M HILL TBG052214213103DEN
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  • 25. 2014 ARTBA FOUNDATION AWARDS DEADLINES Dr. J. Don Brock TransOvation Award Submission Deadline: August 29 Launched in 2012, the TransOvation Awards honor innovative transportation infrastructure-related products, services, tech- nologies and techniques introduced over the past five years that can be documented to provide a high return-on-investment by: im- proving transportation safety; saving transpor- tation users and taxpayers time and/or money; or making our transportation infrastructure more environmentally sustainable. TM Dr. J. Don Brock Women Leaders in Transportation Design & Construction Submission Deadline: July 11 This annual awards program honors“extraor- dinary efforts of individuals, companies and public agencies that have demonstrated leadership and dedication to innovation in the transportation construction field as well as the promotion of women leaders within the industry.” Roadway Work Zone Safety Awareness Submission Deadline: July 18 It recognizes outstanding efforts to help reduce roadway work zone accidents, injuries and fatalities. The awards are divided into these categories: outreach campaigns, safety training and innovations in technology. ARTBA-Foundation Contractor Safety Awards Submission Deadline: August 1 ARTBA Foundation’s“Contractor Safety Award”promotes the concept that worker safety and health is a core value of the trans- portation design and construction industry.
  • 26. 2014 KEY ARTBA MEETINGS & EVENTS National Workshop for State & Local Transportation Advocates July 16, Washington, D.C. 26th Annual Public-Private Partnerships in Transportation Conference July 16-18, Washington, D.C. ARTBA Council of State Executives Summer Meeting July 30-August 1, Grand Geneva Resort & Spa, Lake Geneva, Wis. ARTBA National Convention September 7-9, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. Dr. J. Don Brock TransOvation™ Workshop & Awards Program November 17-19, Redmond, Wash. Regional Meetings Western: Dec. 1-2, Tucson, Ariz. Central: Dec. 3-4, Detroit, Mich. Southern: Dec. 8-9, Birmingham, Ala. Northeastern: Dec. 10-11, Washington, D.C. For sponsorship information, contact ARTBA Vice President of Meetings & Events Ed Tarrant at etarrant@artba.org or 202.289.4434.

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