UAPA is the only trade association that exclusively represents the interests of the asphalt pavement material producer and paving contractor on a local level with government agencies and other trade and business organizations.

We support an active communication platform designed to answer questions about environmental issues and to improve the quality of asphalt pavements and paving techniques used in the construction of roads, streets, highways, parking lots, airports, and environmental and recreational facilities. We provide technical, educational, and marketing materials and information to our members, as well as technical information to users and specifiers of paving materials. 
Our local chapter was organized in 2012, and our members include asphalt pavement producers, paving contractors, equipment manufacturers, materials suppliers, equipment distributors, engineering firms and consultants. Our members are the people who build Utah’s roads.

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The Utah Asphalt Pavement Association (UAPA) is committed to being the unified voice of the asphalt industry and promoting the quality and use of asphalt pavements in Utah.

Antitrust Statement

All meetings of the Association shall be in full compliance with the letter and spirit of all antitrust laws. If at any time during the course of a meeting, anyone believes that a sensitive topic under antitrust laws is being discussed, or is about to be discussed, they will so advise those present and halt from further discussions. All such discussions should be avoided at all times before during and after any meeting of the Association.

The Association adopts the following antitrust statement:

The Utah Asphalt Pavement Association (UAPA) is organized to promote, develop, and maintain the advancement of the asphalt pavement industry. UAPA is not intended to and may not play any role in the competitive decisions of its members, or their employees, or in any way restrict competition in any aspect of the asphalt pavement industry.

UAPA, through this statement of policy, makes clear its unequivocal support for the policy of competition served by the antitrust laws and the Association’s uncompromising intent to comply strictly in all respects with those laws. It is the individual responsibility of every member of UAPA to be guided by the antitrust laws. It shall be the special responsibility of any member, committee chairperson, and UAPA officers to assure that this policy is known and adhered to in the course of activities pursued under their leadership.

It is not UAPA’s role to act as arbiter or judge of the competitive conduct of its members. As such, this statement of antitrust policy is not a mechanism through which a member should charge another member with an alleged illegal action.

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Association Objectives


Promote the use of asphalt as the premier material for road construction and maintenance.


Educate, monitor, and lobby about asphalt and its benefits to the community.


The Executive Director and Board work as a unified voice with UDOT and local government agencies throughout Utah.


Provide ROI to its members through increased market share, innovation, education, and fair market principles.


Market asphalt to all agencies in their pavement selection process. Educate and lobby for extensive use of asphalt pavements.


Expand the information and communication network between members, customers, legislature and government entities.

WOMEN of Asphalt

Women of Asphalt (WofA) is an organization which strives to mentor, educate, and advocate for women in the asphalt industry. There is NO COST to join and invaluable benefits to be had, including connecting with women around the country working in various positions within the asphalt community, mentoring programs, networking events within your state and at World of Asphalt, and employment leads.



Women of Asphalt is a national coalition which supports women in all aspects of the asphalt industry through mentoring, education, and advocacy, and by encouraging women to seek careers in the asphalt industry.


We lead and inspire women in the asphalt industry.


  1. To foster and promote mentoring and networking opportunities for women in asphalt.
  2. To create professional development opportunities for women in asphalt through education and training
  3. To advocate for women in the asphalt industry
  4. To encourage other women to join the asphalt industry

Special Thanks to Our Current Sponsors

As an important member of our industry here in the state of Utah, we would be grateful if you would support our local Women of Asphalt branch. Your financial contribution will be used to fund events and further the expand our local Utah chapter. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor please contact Keri at keri@utahasphalt.org.

Join this wonderful organization today!

What our memberS are saying
Board and Committees

Mike Kurz • Staker Parson Material & Construction
Jason Klaumann • Granite Construction Company
Jared Wright • Peak Asphalt
Chris Gonzalez • Sinclair Oil Company
Jim Hulse • Mountain States Asphalt
Dale Hansen • Asphalt Materials, Inc.
Ryan Dalling • Geneva Rock Products
Dean Garrett • Morgan Pavement
Tim Nevenner • Kilgore Companies
Sam Beuke • Suncor Energy (USA) Inc.

PRESIDENT • Doug Watson • CMT Engineering Laboratories
PAST PRESIDENT • Jeff Collard • Hales Sand & Gravel
PRESIDENT ELECT • Bup Minardi • Mountain States Regional Equipment Solutions
SECRETARY • Cody Rhoades • Wheeler Machinery Co.
TREASURER • Casey Hawkins • Geneva Rock Products

COMMITTEE CHAIR • Dan McDaniel • Geneva Rock Products
Luke Peterson • Staker Parson Materials & Construction
Sammy Lovato • Hales Sand & Gravel
Cort VanGorder • Kilgore Companies
Justin Ballantyne • Kilgore Companies
Tim Biel • PEPG Consulting
Gene Chrisenbery • Mountain States Asphalt
Bob Siffert • Ingevity
Dallas Hunt • Sunroc
Brody Young • Peak Asphalt
Tyler Surrage • Staker Parson Materials & Construction
Ryan Proctor • Suncor
Rick Bird • All States Materials Group
Nolan Poulsen • Pacific GeoSource
Tony Johnston • WW Clyde
Mike Scardina • Surface-Tech, LLC
Michelle Craner
Anthony Woo • Wood PLC
Narain Hariharan • Graymont
Pete Folk • Granite Construction, Inc.
Sy Winkelman • Terracon
Trent Anderson • Graymont
Gary Lindley • Lindley Consulting
Aimee Anundsen • Cargill
Kirk Jackson • Terracon
Mike Hawley • Jones and DeMille Engineering
Jordan Smith • Geneva Rock Products

COMMITTEE CHAIR • James Clark • Crafco
CJ DavisHolbrook Asphalt
Bart Freeman • Seal Coat Supply
Chad Dyer • NuRock Asphalt Coatings
John Moody • SealMaster Utah
Chris Hanks • M&M Asphalt Services, Inc.
Nicole Maxwell • Maxwell Products, Inc.
Nick Howell • T&N Asphalt Services
Jake Martinez • Eckles Paving
Kory Longnecker • Eckles Paving
Mark LaBelle • Asphalt Systems, Inc.
Mark Christensen • J-U-B Engineers, Inc.
Derek Andersen • Andersen Asphalt Maintenance
Joe Mattson • Morgan Pavement
Martin Oelofsen • Straight Stripe Painting
Chris Robb • Maxwell Products, Inc.

Craig Fabrizio • Staker Parson Materials & Construction
James Clark • Crafco
Nicole Shields • RoadSafe Traffic Systems, Inc.
Elie Hajj • University of Nevado
Pedro Romero • University of Utah
Dave Johnson • Asphalt Institute
Michelle Butler • LTAP
Doug Watson • CMT Technical Services
Paul Ziman • FHWA
Howard Anderson • Utah Department of Transportation
Mark Beatty • Holbrook Asphalt
Skyler Droubay • Double D Distribution
Aaron Venz • Wheeler Machinery Co.
Randy Wahlen • LTAP
Nathan Longhurst • Cate Equipment

COMMITTEE CHAIR • Jeff Collard • Hales Sand & Gravel
Bryce Peterson • Geneva Rock Products
Brian Burr • Staker Parson Materials & Construction
Scott Fernald • Granite Construction, Inc.
Nicole Shields • Barricade Services
Jaden Kemp • GeoDyne Transport
Skylar Droubay • Double D Construction
CJ Davis • Holbrook Asphalt
Jared Wright • Peak Asphalt
Cort Van Gorder • Kilgore Companies

COMMITTEE CHAIR • Cody Mills • Geneva Rock Products
Dale Hansen • Asphalt Materials
Bret Walker • Kilgore Companies
Bryon Gravley  • Double D Distribution
Craig Fabrizio • Staker Parson Materials and Construction
Waylund Ludlow  • Geneva Rock Products
Dan Matthews • Geneva Rock Product

COMMITTEE CHAIR • Jeremy Leonard • Western Rock Products
Brock Rasmussen • Hales Sand & Gravel
Mark Owens • Landmark Testing
Mike Smith  • St George City
Clayton Wilson • Utah Department of Transportaion
Gary Talbot  • Sunroc
CJ Davis • Holbrook Asphalt
Stephen Steed • Coughlin Company
Martin Oelofsen • Straight Stripe Painting, Inc.
Riley Champneys • Utah Department of Transportation
Zach Girsberger • Landmark Testing
Lester Dalton • Washington City
Nicholas Van Dormolen • Enoch City
Kirk Jackson • Terracon
Lindon Friant • Jones and DeMille Engineering
Chris Robb • Maxwell Products, Inc.

COMMITTEE CHAIR • Craig Fabrizio • Staker Parson Materials & Construction
VICE CHAIR • Jeremiah Falslev • Consolidated Paving
David Holmgren • UDOT Region 1
Nolan Poulson • Pacific GeoSource
Hart Wybrow • Logan City
Craig Giles • Smithfield City
Joe Hadley • Weber County
Josh Sully • South Ogden City
James Clark • Crafco, Inc.
Clayton Monahan • Granite Construction
Derek Andersen • Andersen Asphalt Maintenance
Travis Burke • Morgan Pavement
Parker Kimball • Davis county Public Works

COMMITTEE CHAIR • Clint Morton • Vernal City
Troy Ostler • CIVCO Engineering
Clayton Weaver • UDOT
Tim Guymon • Nielson Construction
Ben Henderson • Duchesne County
Mike Hawley • Jones and DeMill Engineering
Shane Crosland • Sunrise Engineering
Clint Morrill • Burdick Materials
Eric Majors • Jones and DeMille Engineering
James Clark • Crafco, Inc.

CHAIRWOMAN • Nicole Shields • Barricade Services
Nicole Maxwell • Maxwell Products, Inc.
Haley Isaacson • Staker Parson Materials and Construction
Chelsea Hunt • West Jordan City


Reed Ryan is UAPA’s Executive Director and has been since 2012. He has a history of working in the transportation/infrastructure industry. His undergraduate degree is in political science, and he has a graduate degree from The George Washington University Law School.

Reed enjoys reading and has a long list of books that he is willing to recommend. He is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys spending time with his family.


Keri Dumont is UAPA’s Office Manager, and works on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each week. Keri comes to UAPA from the playground surfacing industry, where she spent 18 years, with the last 10 of those years as an Operations Assistant. She worked with many lumber-mill locations to manufacture engineered wood fiber, as well as testing to ensure industry standards. Keri is happily married and has a son and a daughter. She enjoys vacations with her family, with Yellowstone being one of her favorite destinations.


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South Jordan, UT 84095

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