The Voice of the Maryland Transportation Construction Industry for Over 85 Years


Maryland Transportation Builders & Materials Association


Advocacy, Education, Networking

The voice of Maryland's transportation construction industry since 1932. MTBMA combines the resources, membership and expertise of the Maryland Highway Contractors Association and the Maryland Aggregates Association to better serve the transportation construction and materials industries in Maryland.


To project a positive image of the transportation construction and materials industries
To conduct all business in compliance with anti-trust laws.

To identify, address, and resolve issues affecting contractors and aggregate producers. 


Encourage, develop and protect the prestige of the transportations construction and materials industry. MTBMA has established and maintained strong relationships with federal, state and local public officials on matters of legislative and regulatory consequence and concern to the industry.

Education & Training

Establish and maintain strong ties with other state associations and national associations, as well as state and local government agencies, in order to provide members with access to important training needs. MTBMA organizes and promotes meetings, classes, seminars and conferences to help maintain a well-informed industry.

Events & Meetings

Provide members a broad range of networking opportunities as a forum allowing members to connect with their peers, to increase visibility, and stay current on industry trends. MTBMA jointly promotes continuous improvement with other transportation modals, engineering firms, suppliers, contractors, and state government agencies.

Industry Events

May 15-16, 2018 – Transportation Construction Coalition Fly-In Conference

Transportation Construction Coalition Fly-In Conference May 15-16, 2018 Grand Hyatt Washington Click here for more information. 2018 could be the year of infrastructure in Washington, D.C. President Trump highlighted rebuilding infrastructure during his campaign,...
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May 16th – P. Flanigan & Sons Open House with BBQ Lunch

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June 4-5, 2018 – 10th Annual Transportation Construction Law & Regulatory Forum

June 4-5 , 2018 Washington, D.C. ARTBA Offices Register Now Sponsorship Opportunities At this interactive event, speakers will share practical, real-world perspectives regarding laws and regulations that could impact the bottom line and other aspects of your business....
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June 20-22, 2018 – Maryland Construction & Materials Conference

Registration Now Open! Click here for full conference information. Maryland Construction & Materials Conference June 20-22, 2018 Chesapeake Hyatt Resort Cambridge,...
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July 31 – August 1 – COMTO MD Hosts National Conference in Baltimore, MD

COMTO – MD is hosting the National Conference this year in Baltimore, MD from July 31 through August 1, 2018. Click here for more...
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NSSGA Safety Contest & Awards to Begin Soon

In early May, NSSGA will kick off its annual safety awards contests and honors. The Safety Excellence awards, for aggregates facilities, honors those that have gone the longest time without a reportable injury. Awards go for gold, silver, and bronze levels of...
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Good Construction Safety Topics for Spring

Spring brings April showers, May flowers and weather-related risks. Spring is the season when cranes and earth movers suddenly dot the landscape like so many tulips and cherry blossoms. While a full workload is good for the bottom line, longer hours coupled with...
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MSHA Signals More Time for Compliance Assistance for Exams Rule

With the June 2 effective date of MSHA’s new workplace exams rule fast approaching, the agency has signaled to stakeholders that more will be done to deliver quality compliance assistance.  First, a senior MSHA leader told NSSGA Monday that the agency is planning...
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OSHA Strategic Partnerships: Could Your Company Benefit?

If you’re like many contractors, you may see OSHA as an adversary interested in finding fault rather than an ally in your efforts to keep workers safe. But OSHA isn’t only about enforcement and fines. Through the OSHA Strategic Partnership Program, the agency has been...
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WMATA Safety Commision Taps Mayer as CEO

The newly formed Metrorail Safety Commission (MSC) has named David Mayer chief executive officer, effective June 4. Lawmakers in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. established the commission to serve as the state safety oversight agency for the Washington...
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Safety Culture at M. Luis Construction

This week was National Work Zone Awareness Week. Every year when construction season starts in spring the Federal Highway Administration together with American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and the American Traffic Safety Services...
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SHA Administrator Greg Slater Kicks Off NWZAW at Lane Construction’s MD 5 Project

Standing on the site of what will be a new overpass at Maryland Route 5/Branch Avenue and Brandywine Road, Maryland State  Highway Administrator Greg Slater announced his agency is kicking off a large-scale road construction season across the state....
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