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highlightsandhappenings CONNDOT Paving Conference The 53rd Annual CAAPA | CONNDOT Paving Conference was held Monday, April 25, 2011 at the CONNDOT Conference room in Newington. A mixed crowd of contractors, municipalities and state officials were in attendance as John Rauer of Lane Construction presented Paving of the Daytona Speedway and Chris Wagner of FHWA conducted a presentation on the Safety Edge that FHWA is encouraging for use in paving operations. The 2010 Hot Mix Asphalt Paving Awards for excellence in quality of an HMA pavement placed in Connecticut were presented. UNLIMITED-ACCESS ROADWAY ROUTE 165 - PRESTON/GRISWOLD from Route 164 to Route 201 PRIME & PAVING CONTRACTOR: American Industries, Inc. PLANT: American Industries, Inc. MILLING CONTRACTOR: Black & Boucher INSPECTION: ConnDOT – Office of Maintenance, District 2 Norwich Board meeting with Ken Simonson. LIMITED-ACCESS ROADWAY INTERSTATE 91 SOUTHBOUND IN ROCKY HILL AND CROMWELL FROM EXIT 23 (WEST STREET) TO EXIT 21 (ROUTE 372) PRIME & PAVING CONTRACTOR: American Industries, Inc. PLANT: L. Suzio Asphalt Company MILLING CONTRACTOR: Costello Industries, Inc. INSPECTION: ConnDOT, Office of Construction, District I Rocky Hill MUNICIPAL ROADWAY MEADOW ROAD AND RED OAK HILL ROAD IN FARMINGTON FROM NEW BRITAIN AVENUE TO PEQUABUCK RIVER BRIDGE PRIME & PAVING CONTRACTOR: Tilcon Connecticut Inc. PLANT: Tilcon Connecticut Inc. MILLING /COLD-IN-PLACE RECYCLING: Gorman Brothers INSPECTION: Town of Farmington, Department of Public Works Governor Dannel Malloy takes time to talk with the members. Senator Richard Blumenthal at CCIA Senator Richard Blumenthal addresses the press and CCIA Board members April 2011 in the CCIA Board Room. The Senator has been a steadfast leader in legislation addressing employee misclassification. From left: Nick Civitillo, Don Shubert, Senator Blumenthal, and Commissioner Marshall. Bob Berkmoes, Brian Murphy, Governor Malloy and Jim Manafort. CONNstruction / Summer 2011 / 31

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of CONNstruction - Summer 2011

CONNstruction - Summer 2011
Restoring Craftsmanship
How Hiring Preference Laws Could Impair Quality Craftsmanship
The Disappointing Performance of the NLRB
Specialty Contractors Benefi t from AGC and Vice Versa
New Life for Old Buildings
Maintaining the Tradition
Developing the FutureDeveloping the Future
New Perils for Contractors in the ‘Greening’ of Connecticut
The Associated General Contractors of Connecticut Annual Meeting – February 2011
Senator Richard Blumenthal at CCIA
CONNDOT Paving Conference
Index to Advertisers

CONNstruction - Summer 2011