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


Maryland Transportation Builders & Materials Association



MTBMA is THE VOICE of 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. 

Advocate for funding to meet Maryland’s transportation needs.

Support sound environmental practices.

Provide members with relevant, timely, and accurate information to serve a well-informed membership.

Foster positive partnerships with government agencies and officials, consulting engineers, and other industry groups.


Serve as a forum for networking, continuous improvement, and innovation in our industries.

Promote safety in our industry, including a safe environment for our workforce and the traveling public.

Maintain high quality standards for our products and projects.

Support reasonable regulation and governance of our industries.

Industry Events

MDOT SHA I-495 & I-270 P3 Program Industry Forum

The MDOT-State Highway Administration is hosting an Industry Forum for firms interested in learning more about the I-495 & I-270 Public-Private Partnership (P3) Program which will include improvements for over 70 miles of interstate in Maryland. The projects...

MTBMA Annual Membership Meeting & Awards Banquet

It's that time of year again! MTBMA hosts an Annual Membership Meeting to show appreciation to it's members, as well as induct an honorable individual into our Hall of Fame. Join us!  December 6, 2018 Hotel at Arundel Preserve 7795 Arundel Mills Blvd. Hanover, MD...

NSSGA Annual Convention

  Reserve your spot for the aggregates industry's premier educational and networking event. You'll get your business on the fast track to success when you meet in Indy with hundreds of industry professionals to learn about issues important to your business, hear...

MdQI Minority Owned Firm Meet & Greet – Register Now!

The Maryland Quality Initiative (MdQI) is pleased to be hosting a Minority-Owned Business Meet and Greet Event as part of the 2019 MdQI Conference. This event will take place on Wednesday, January 30th from 9:30 am -11:30 am. We are pleased to offer this expanded...


Maryland to Test First Automatic Flagger to Reduce Risk to Human Flagging Crews

Maryland highway officials will soon test new technology to lower the risk to human flagging crews in road work zones. Rather than have a person with a long pole with “Stop” and “Slow” signs attached, Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway...

U.S. Department of Labor Issues Final Rule on Crane Operator

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published a final rule today that clarifies certification requirements for crane operators, and maintains the employer’s duty to ensure that crane operators can safely operate the...

Florida Researchers Look at Smart Signage to prevent Wrong-Way Crashes

Innovative traffic safety research from Florida State University (FSU), incorporating a fascinating mix of engineering and psychology, is being deployed on highways to save lives by targeting a deadly problem: wrong-way driving crashes. Nationwide, wrong-way crashes...

OSHA Rolls Back Guidance on Drug Testing and Incentive Programs

OSHA announced this month that it is clarifying, and effectively rolling back, portions of the injury and illness rule guidance it issued in 2016. The decision clarifies and walks back guidance that potentially penalized employers for certain drug testing policies and...

OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping: Understanding OSHA’s Requirements for First Aid and Medical Treatment on 300 Forms – On-Demand

Under OSHA’s electronic recordkeeping rule, many employers are now required to electronically submit injury and illness data to OSHA annually. OSHA plans to use the data to target its enforcement efforts—a fact that should motivate employers to focus more on safety...

Nighttime Jobsites, Work Zones Brighter Than Ever in New Era of Light Towers

Contractors are choosing LED bulbs – and moving away from metal halide lights – more quickly than anticipated, say manufacturers of light towers. The result is brighter nighttime jobsites with more even light coverage.  And now, manufacturers are developing more...

MSHA Announces Proximity Detection/Collision Warning Technology for Mining Industry

The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) announced that it has worked with the mining industry to develop potentially life-saving technology that can stop machine motion and/or send a warning signal to the machine operator when it detects a person or object in...

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