AEMA (Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association) — http://www.aema.oAEMA Logorg

Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association (AEMA) is a proactive organization dedicated to the advancement of the asphalt emulsion industry, constantly focusing on system preservation and the construction of the world’s infrastructure. AEMA exists to promote the increased and more efficient use of asphalt emulsions. Since 1973, the Association has served as a forum for discussion, a clearinghouse of information, and a platform of action for the asphalt emulsion industry. Through its meetings, seminars, website, and publications, AEMA has helped to bring state-of-the-art asphalt emulsion technology to all parts of the world.

Asphalt Interlayer Association (AIA) — http://www.aia-us.orAIA Logog

AIA believes that most “failures” in interlayer performance are the direct result of one or a combination of the above key elements. By improving construction inspection and lay down procedures as well as knowledge base, the entire industry will benefit from improved long-term system performance. Through a coordinated effort of various industry experts, AIA has produced a QC/QA manual detailing the critical design, specification and inspection guidelines, equipment and tolerance limits for system quality control.

Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) — Logo

FHWA provides stewardship over the construction, maintenance and preservation of the Nation’s highways, bridges and tunnels. FHWA also conducts research and provides technical assistance to state and local agencies in an effort to improve safety, mobility, and livability, and to encourage innovation.

Foundation for Pavement Preservation (FP²) — http://wwFP2

FP2 Inc. supports the adoption of pavement preservation at all levels of government, and work to ensure pavement preservation becomes a part of road programs from coast-to-coast. FP2 invites you to browse these pages to learn more about pavement preservation, and view our quarterly magazine, Pavement Preservation Journal.

International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA) — http://www.slurry.ISSA Logoorg

Founded in 1963, the International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA) is a nonprofit association dedicated to the interests, education and success of slurry seal, micro surfacing, chip sealing and crack treatment professionals and corporations around the world. Internationally recognized as the authority in asphalt slurry surfacing technology, ISSA promotes the highest standards of ethics and quality while providing its members with information, technical assistance and ongoing opportunities for networking and professional development.

Reed & Graham, Inc. — http://wwwRGINC

Our Founder Charles E. “Ted” Reed entered the construction business with his brother George in the 1920s. While operating in the Central Valley of California the hard working brothers stayed active building levees and grading and paving roadways. In the 1930s Ted ventured out on his own turning his focus toward the Road Oil business in the San Jose area. Operating first as Calaveras Construction and then C.E. Reed Company, Ted purchased the same property our Corporate Headquarters sits on today.

Asphalt Sealcoat Manufacturers Association (ASMA) — http://www.sealcoatmfg.orgASMA Logo

Website under construction.

California Chip Seal Association (CCSA) — http://www.chipseal.orgCCSA Logo

Website under construction.