NAPA is planning two days of informative sessions and networking events. You need to be in Seattle to get a first-hand understanding of the coordinated legislative, engineering, health & safety, sustainability and communications efforts that are so important to our industry. Also, by participating in the committee meetings held during the Midyear Meeting, you will help make the decisions that shape the direction of the asphalt industry.
Who Should Attend
The NAPA Midyear Meeting is designed to benefit all senior and middle management personnel from asphalt pavement companies. Consultants, agency officials, and academics will also benefit. You do not need to be a NAPA member in order to attend.
The Monday general session will feature Hari Kalla, Director of the FHWA's Office of Asset Management, Pavement, and Construction who will present "An Overview of FAST Act Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Pavement Technologies (AID-PT) and Performance Measures".
New! 30-Minute Micro Sessions
In addition to committee meetings and the Board of Director's meeting, a new education feature has been added: 30-Minute Micro Sessions, presented by various NAPA Committees, designed to provide you with value-added information about new developments that have an affect on your company and the industry.
Committee meetings are scheduled on Monday and Tuesday. The goal of these meetings is to help you make decisions and shape the direction of the asphalt industry.
NAPA Operational Excellence Awards Program
The NAPA Operational Excellence Awards program recognizes asphalt industry leaders for their excellence in safety, ecological awareness, community involvement, and marketing.
The NAPA Midyear Meeting is an excellent opportunity for networking with your asphalt industry peers to share information, learn from others, and make career contacts and friends. In addition to the casual networking NAPA members enjoy during meals and coffee breaks, networking events at the Midyear Meeting include the IMPACT Leadership Group Optional Event and the Monday night reception.