GCAA Holds Workshop/EXPO

After a one year hiatus in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022 Georgia Construction Aggregate Association (GCAA) Workshop/EXPO kicked off on Tuesday, Feb. 22 at the Cobb Galleria in Atlanta.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp

Registration exceeded 600 participants this year. It was a packed two and half days of meetings, receptions and networking time with 82 vendor booths. 

Gov. Brian Kemp was the headliner for the Main Session on Wednesday and he gave a rousing overview of the success of Georgia and its number-one status as the best place to do business in the United States.

“GCAA would like to thank all of the participants who attended,” the association stated. “We also like to thank all of our outstanding associate members who attended and hosted a booth at the EXPO. Special thanks to Kenny Knowles, Vulcan Materials, for chairing the Workshop/EXPO Committee as well as the entire committee who worked so hard on this event. Additional thanks to our board president, Travis Miller, Martin Marietta, for his leadership and the support of the entire GCAA Board.”

The GCAA Environmental Committee held its first quarter meeting via ZOOM. Katie Gregory, GCAA environmental consultant gave a Georgia EPD update to the group. New committee chairman, Don Williams, Vulcan Materials, led a roundtable discussion of topics for the group. 

Jeff Wansley, GCAA, thanked outgoing committee chairman, Jim Zadaronzy, Hanson, for his service to the committee. The spring meeting will include a quarry tour with members of the Georgia EPD staff.

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