Below is just a list of a FEW of the benefits your company will receive as a member of the Pennsylvania Aggregates and Concrete Association – Why not join to see ALL that PACA has to offer!
Because PACA is for you! – The Pennsylvania Aggregates and Concrete Association (PACA) formed in 1982 by the consolidation of the Pennsylvania Aggregates Association and the Pennsylvania Ready Mixed Concrete Association. In 2006, the Pennsylvania Concrete Promotion Council merged into PACA, becoming the concrete promotion arm of the organization. PACA is the industry’s unified voice in Harrisburg, representing more than 200 member companies, large and small, across the state.
PACA is a member-driven trade association, which deals with those issues and challenges that can best be solved through collective rather than individual efforts. PACA works closely with the Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation, Environmental Protection and Conservation and Natural Resources. PACA also represents the aggregates and concrete industries by monitoring legislative issues and communicates the industries' point of view to state policy makers.
Lastly, PACA works synergistically with the industries’ two national organizations, the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association and the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association.
PACA’s Bi-Weekly E-Alerts – members receive bi-weekly emails alerting them to the lastest industry news, meeting announcements, association information, etc.
Networking - develop relationships within the industry at PACA-sponsored meetings and training sessions.
Informational Meetings – PACA hosts several such meetings per year.
The Annual Meeting is held each fall in the Hershey, PA area featuring the association’s business meeting, as well as updates from state agencies.
The Summer Summit, held each June, is an executive level retreat featuring education, high-level speakers and our annual golf outing and sporting clays tournament.
The Plant Operations Workshop and Tradeshow features an exhibit hall and is focused on training for those individuals who spend most of their working time in a plant/quarry environment.
Other meetings are held periodically on an as-needed basis.