At the 2023 National Asphalt Pavement Association’s (NAPA) annual meeting they presented their awards for companies and individuals who advance the asphalt pavement industry through quality construction, innovation, and advocacy. Of the 15 projects awarded, 14 were built by an HCSS customer.
It was almost a clean sweep for HCSS as three of the four finalists for NAPA’s top award, the Sheldon G. Haynes Award, were HCSS customers.
"We're happy to see so many customer projects awarded at the 2023 NAPA Annual Meeting and recognized as leaders in the asphalt paving industry,” said Kishan Patel, Vice President of Product at HCSS. “Not only do contractors using HCSS software bid more and win more work, but it’s also great to see that it also helps build projects their peers recognize as excellent."
"Not only do contractors using HCSS software bid more and win more work, but it's also great to see that is also helps build projects their peers recognize as excellent."
- Kishan Patel, Vice President of Product
S.T. Wooten Corporation received the Ray Brown Airport Pavement Award for their work on two runways at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point in North Carolina.
Allan Meyers Inc., Colas ISS' Delta Asphalt Inc., and CRH's Preferred Materials Inc. were runners-up for the Haynes Award.
Quality in Construction (QIC) Awards
All 11 projects awarded the Larry H. Lemon Quality in Construction (QIC) award were built by an HCSS customer. The QIC awardees are:
- APAC-Kansas, a CRH Company
- Gerken Paving Inc.
- Granite Construction
- Payne & Dolan, a Walbec Group Company
- Preferred Materials, a CRH Company
- Rogers Group Inc.
- Shelly & Sands Inc. (4 different projects)
View all winners by visiting the NAPA website.
This positions HCSS customers well for next year's Haynes Award as receiving a NAPA QIC award is a requirement for a project to be awarded that top annual award.