Massachusetts Aggregate and Asphalt Pavement Association (MAAPA) is an association representing the owners and operators of Hot Mix batching plants and quarries throughout Massachusetts. These plants and quarries provide materials used for infrastructure repairs such as sand, stone, asphalt products, concrete, rail ballast and a host of other products. Directly and indirectly, our members provide thousands of jobs for plant workers, truckers, and construction crews across the state.
The purpose of MAAPA is to promote the development, improvement, and advancement of quality asphalt pavements. MAAPA works with various governmental agencies to improve pavement specifications and address environmental concerns. We also work to improve funding for transportation improvements at the state and federal levels.