2018 Sample Nomination Forms

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The 2018 NAPA Awards Program is under way! The deadline to submit both Quality in Construction Awards and Operational Excellence Awards (Safety Innovation, and Community Involvement) is October 4 .

Online nominations are being accepted, so get started preparing your forms. All forms should be submitted online. Click on the links below to obtain a sample of the online forms.


QUALITY IN CONSTRUCTION AWARDS

2011 Sheldon G. Hayes Winner

SAMPLE FORM: Quality in Construction Awards — General Paving: All pavements using under 50,000 tons of asphalt and achieving exemplary results will receive recognition.  All pavements — roads, highways, commercial, parking lots - are eligible. Use this form for general paving projects. The Larry H. Lemon Quality in Construction Award will be given to the top 10 general paving projects as rated by NCAT. The project must have utilized a minimum of 5,000 tons and have tests conducted for all mix property factors — No. 8 and No. 200 sieves, AC Content, Plant Air Voids, and Density —that are listed in Section V Plant Manufacturing and Paving Process on the application to qualify for the Larry H. Lemon Award.

 

SAMPLE FORM: Quality in Construction Awards — Projects Over 50,000 Tons: All pavements of exemplary quality utilizing more than 50,000 tons will receive recognition.  Highway projects over 50,000 tons and earning a 2017 Quality in Construction Award are eligible for the 2018 Sheldon G. Hayes Award. The project must tests conducted for all mix property factors — No. 8 and No. 200 sieves, AC Content, Plant Air Voids, and Density —that are listed in Section V Plant Manufacturing and Paving Process on the application to qualify for the Sheldon G. Hayes Award.

SAMPLE FORM: Quality in Construction - Airports Awards: All pavements identified to have achieved exemplary quality will receive recognition. All airport pavements are eligible. The Ray Brown Airport Pavement Award will be presented to the highest-rated pavement from the 2017 Quality in Construction for Airport Pavement Award program. The project must have utilized a minimum of 5,000 tons and have tests conducted for all mix property factors — No. 8 and No. 200 sieves, AC Content, Plant Air Voids, and Density —that are listed in Section V Plant Manufacturing and Paving Process to qualify for the Ray Brown Award.


OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS 

2011 Community

SAMPLE FORM: Asphalt Operations Safety Innovations: This award recognizes safety practices that are above and beyond normal safety practices.  Innovations can be items/practices invented for a specialized use or items/practices that are adapted from other industries and implemented by the asphalt pavement industry. Awards go to companies whose objective is to utilize innovative ideas or practical methods that lead to improved worker safety in roadway, plant site, or the quarry environment. The award is open to all NAPA members, including International members. Note: The safety innovation/practice being nominated must be in use at the submitting company and the innovation must be relevant to the asphalt pavement industry. 


SAMPLE FORM: Community Involvement: The Community Involvement Award is given to companies who have outstanding community relations programs.  This award is open to NAPA Producer and Associate members.

Two Operational Excellence Awards — the Outstanding Brochure and Outstanding Website Awards — have been discontinued. 

 

The Ecological Award winners and finalists will now be drawn from the Diamond Achievement Sustainable Commendation recipients. The top-scoring Diamond Achievement Sustainable Commendation applicants will be invited to continue in the selection process for the Ecological Award. These top-scoring facilities will be required to fill out a supplemental questionnaire, submit additional photos, and complete an affidavit. The first Ecological Award will be awarded at the 2019 Annual Meeting in Marco Island, Fla. and will be chosen from the 2017 Diamond Achievement Sustainable Commendation recipients. 

 

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For questions or additional information contact, Kelly Kanaras, Associate Director of Member Programs.