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highlightsandhappenings UCAC’s Spring General Membership Meeting U CAC ’s G e n e r a l M e m b e r s h i p Meeting was held on March 26, 2008 at the Gallery in Glastonbury. Guest speakers Jerry Farrell Jr., Commissioner of CT’s Department of Consumer Protection (DCP), and Richard Hurlburt, DCP’s Director of Occupational and Professional Licensing, discussed the P-6 and P-7 licensing requirements. It was a very informative meeting. Bill Garrity, Garrity Asphalt Reclaiming Inc. with Ray Tripodina, WI Clark, and Bill Corr, Garrity Asphalt Reclaiming Inc. CRBA Executive Secretary and CRMCA Executive Director Don Shubert and Richard Hurlburt, DCP’s Director of Occupational and Professional Licensing. CCIA’s Director of Government Relations Matt Hallisey with Commissioner Farrell and UCAC’s Secretary David Ambrose, Wethersfield Construction. Richard Hurlburt, DCP’s Director of Occupational and Professional Licensing, providing an excellent review of the licensing requirements. From Bunce Positioning Systems were Dave Johnson, Dennis Kessler, and Brian Riley. From Superior Products Distributors are Jeff Friedman, Gerald Ricketson, and Tom Lacourciere. UCAC Vice President John Vasel, JV III, with Sara and Ed Wright of Fay & Wright Excavating, Inc. Jon Gavin, United Concrete Products, UCAC’s Immediate Past President Stan Mierzejewski, Mizzy Construction, with Joe Tenedine and Ken McKenzie of United Concrete Products. WorkZone Safety Press Conference With an emphasis on getting the driving public to slow down in workzones, not only for their own safety but for the safety of construction industry workers, various sectors of the industry came together to deliver the message at the April press conference. CT’s Lieutenant Governor Michael Fedele addressing the crowd on the importance of workzone safety. FHWA’s Division Administrator Brad Keazer, reviewing the workzone safety statistics nationally and in CT. From CCIA member company Costello Industries, Joe Spadacinni gave a firsthand account of what it is like working on a construction highway project. CONNstruction / Summer 2008 / 41

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CONNstruction - Summer 2008
Going Forward
AGC/CT: Why Belong? Reasons Vary
Is the Glass Regulated Fill or Flowable Fill?
A Winning Strategy
Member Participation Vital to Success of Legislative Efforts
Just Cause...
Winner: Large New Construction Project
Winner: Large Renovation Project
Winner: Small Renovation Project
Winner: First-Time Applicant Award
Second Place Winners
Workshop Provides Education on Pervious Concrete as a Stormwater Solution
Guidelines for Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans Available
2008 Build CT Awards
UCAC at the NUCA Conference
Keep CT Moving Transportation Summit
UCAC’s Spring General Membership Meeting
WorkZone Safety Press Conference
Index to Advertisers

CONNstruction - Summer 2008