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Flexible Pavements of Ohio Holds 49th Annual Meeting

Thu March 31, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Mike Kress of Southeastern Equipment Company spends some time with Bomag Territory Manager Dale Alferink and John Wickline, Brandon West, and J.P. Rosseau of Southeastern Equipment Company.
(L-R): Mike Kress of Southeastern Equipment Company spends some time with Bomag Territory Manager Dale Alferink and John Wickline, Brandon West, and J.P. Rosseau of Southeastern Equipment Company.
(L-R): Mike Kress of Southeastern Equipment Company spends some time with Bomag Territory Manager Dale Alferink and John Wickline, Brandon West, and J.P. Rosseau of Southeastern Equipment Company. (L-R): Richard McCrea, Bob Toney and Tim Cox welcome visitors to the Ohio CAT display. (L-R): Greg Koly, Dan O’Reilly and Mike Fenster of GeoShack share their insights on the latest technological advances in surveying, leveling, alignment, layout and grade control. A large contingent from Columbus Equipment was on hand to welcome attendees. (L-R): Kevin Jeske of Carlson and Roger Strouse of Shelly Company, McLean Company’s Scott McLean, Rich Torrence of Kokosing and Wirtgen Regional Manager Jim Griffith get a chance to catch up on business. Roadtec’s National Sales Manager Mark Smith (L) and Regional Sales Manager Eric Griffin discuss asphalt pavers and cold planers/milling machines. (L-R): Precision Laser & Instrument’s Dennis Fay, Steve Schmitt and Matt Koverman are ready to talk about laser and GPS technologies. (L-R): Rudd Equipment Company’s Mark Tanzillo, Jack Weiskittel and Josh Poston are joined by Andy Capps of Volvo Construction Equipment, and Jamie Terril, Martin McCutcheon and Dave Sizemore of Rudd Equipment Company at the meeting.

Flexible Pavements of Ohio held its 49th Annual Meeting and Equipment Exhibition March 8 and 9 at the Hilton at Polaris in Columbus, Ohio.

The event featured an outdoor equipment exhibition and indoor tabletop displays by industry suppliers and service providers. The annual meeting opened with a discussion on asphalt pavement issues and concerns. National Asphalt Paving Association Vice President Mike Kvach gave a talk on the role of asphalt paving in the marketplace and presented the latest marketing tools developed by the Asphalt Paving Alliance (APA). The luncheon included the presentation of the Quality Asphalt Paving Awards.

Conference sponsors included Asphalt Materials Inc., Highway Rubber Products Corporation, Marathon Petroleum Co., The McLean Company, Ohio CAT and Unique Paving Materials Corporation.

Flexible Pavements of Ohio is an association dedicated to the development and advancement of quality asphalt pavement construction by providing members with educational, technical, marketing and legislative support.

For more information, visit www.flexiblepavements.org.