Asphalt Plant Class
March 14, 2018
to KAPA member companies receiving 2017 National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) quality in construction awards. The award winners were announced at a ceremony during the association's annual meeting in San Diego, California.
A special recognition goes to the Western Kansas Branch of APAC for receiving the Larry H. Lemon Award. This award recognizes the 10 highest scoring projects in the nation for Quality in Construction.
QUALITY IN CONSTRUCTION
This award recognizes projects for excellence in construction.
APAC-Kansas Inc.-------------------------US-50 in Gray county
(Larry H. Lemon Award).
APAC-Kansas Inc.-----US-56 in Edwards and Pawnee counties.
APAC-Kansas Inc.-------------------US-50 in Edwards county.
APAC-Kansas Inc.----S 400 in Cherokee and Labette counties.
to KAPA member companies that received
2017 National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) Diamond Achievement Awards.
The Diamond Commendations are a mark of distinction
that shows a company is committed to providing
a quality product at a quality facility. Following are the
2017 Diamond Achievement award winners.
This is earned by contractors for their plant site. Aspects addressed include appearance, operations, environmental practices, safety, permitting and regulatory compliance, and community relations.
Cornejo & Sons Inc. --------- Plant 3 Wichita Asphalt Plant
Hamm Asphalt Inc. --------------------- Menoken Road Plant
O'Donnell & Sons Construction Co. Inc.---51st Street Plant
DIAMOND ACHIEVEMENT SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES
This assesses the social, economic, and environmental efforts of an asphalt plant and placing the principles of sustainability and community engagement into action.
APAC-Kansas Inc., Shears Division----- Emporia Plant 406
Hamm Asphalt Inc.--------------------------Lawrence Plant
KAPA applaud our member companies
that received these national awards.
February 16, 2018
SAPA Annual Meeting
February 8-10, 2018
Hilton San Diego Bayfront
San Diego, CA
KAPA Annual Business Meeting
January 24, 2018
Kansas City, Missouri
2017 KU Asphalt Conference
December 7, 2017
Thank you Thank you to our
2017 Asphalt Conference Sponsors
APAC – Kansas, Inc., Shears Division
Asphalt and Fuel Supply
Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc.
Foley Equipment Co.
Flint Hills Resources
Ingevity Pavement Technologies
J & R Sand CO., Inc.
Koger Agency, Inc.
Shilling Construction Co., Inc.
Superior Bowen Asphalt Co., LLC
Unique Paving Materials
2017 KDOT / KAPA Fall Forum
Asphalt Pro Magazine
Dan Scherschligt, Executive Director of Kansas Asphalt Pavement Association was interviewed by Asphalt Pro Magazine. Check the October 2017 issue.
KAPA Sponsors Legislative Tour
of Asphalt Plant
SAPA Mid Year Meeting 2017
August 5 - 8, 2017
St. Augustine, Flordia
THANK YOU to our 2017
KAPA Summer Meeting Sponsors
Koger Agency.......Thursday Evening Reception
Foley Equipment.......................Friday Breakfast
Van Keppel Co & Roadtec, Inc....Friday Evening
at The Maggie
Asphalt & Fuel Supply
Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc
Ingevity Pavement Technologies
KAPA 2017 Summer Meeting Breckenridge....more>
APWA Conference 2017
Brandon Atchison, Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association,
Bill Rosener, Asphalt Paving Association of Iowa, and
Dan Scherschligt, Kansas Asphalt Pavement Association
KCHA Conference May 9, 2017
Executive Director, Dan Scherschligt
with Jake Lauer of Hall Brothers Construction Co., Inc.
KAPA participates in the 2017
National "Give'Em a Brake" Campaign
Dan Scherschligt, KAPA Executive Director, along with Representatives from Kansas Contractors Association, Jamie Lane, KS MO Chapter, American Concrete Pavement Association, Todd LaTorella, and the American Council of Engineering Companies of Kansas, Scott Uhl join State Transportation Engineer, Catherine Patrick for "Give "Em A Brake".
"Give'Em A Brake" is an effort to heighten the public awareness that there are workers in the work zones and to be extra cautious and alert when driving through the work zones. For more information on work zone safety efforts in Kansas, go to KDOT’s Go Orange page at