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

April 13, 2018 – MTBMA 6th Annual Safety Awards Banquet | Bull & Oyster Roast

6th Annual Safety Awards Banquet Bull & Oyster Roast April 13, 2018  4:30 pm – 8:30 pm Martin’s West Join us for a fun filled evening of awards and prizes while recognizing individuals for demonstrating outstanding performance by promoting safety on job sites...
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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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June 20-22, 2018 – Maryland Construction & Materials Conference

Mark your calendars! More information coming late Spring... Maryland Construction & Materials Conference June 20-22, 2018 Chesapeake Hyatt Resort Cambridge, MD 
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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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Fall Prevention for Transportation Contractors – Free Course offered through ARTBA

Aimed at preventing occupational deaths and injuries associated with falls in highway, street and bridge construction, this multi-faceted program includes comprehensive training and information on:  horizontal life lines; swing falls; anchorage points; fall...
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House Committees to Hold Joint Hearing on Drugs at Work

The impact of drug use on workplace safety has been an increasingly difficult challenge for employers. This week, two congressional subcommittees will explore the issue. On Thursday, February 15th at 10:00am Eastern, the U.S. House Subcommittee on Health, Employment,...
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On-Demand Webinar: OSHA 101 – How to Handle an OSHA Inspection

In the coming weeks, we’ll be announcing our 2018 OSHA and MSHA webinars. In the meantime, in case you missed it or want a refresher, we’ll be posting on-demand links to view our most recent webinars. First up: “OSHA 101 – How to Handle an OSHA Inspection.” Nearly...
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New MSHA Chief Briefs Congressional Committee

On Tuesday, the U.S. House Subcommittee on Workforce Protections held an oversight hearing on MSHA and mine safety, featuring Assistant Secretary of Labor David Zetazelo, who outlined his priorities for MSHA. Zatezalo was the sole witness to appear and answer...
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Free Work Zone and Job Site Safety Courses Offered by ARTBA

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ARTBA Announces New Transportation Construction Safety Center

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Putting Safety First – Safety Certification

  Why Safety Certification - What Transportation Professionals Need to Know Nearly 50,000 people die or are injured in and around U.S. transportation infrastructure construction projects each year, according to Federal Highway Administration data. The cost of...
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