Incorporated October 5, 1992
Incorporating Officers and Directors
President: Bob James
Vice President: Clarence Burke, Jr.
Secretary-Treasurer: Mike Hovey
Directors: Bill Ammons & Gene Fell
The BCRBA Mission
To promote the proper development of highways and streets throughout the County of Baldwin in the State of Alabama; collect and disseminate information within the County on highway and street planning, and planning of finance, construction and maintenance thereof.
To promote educational and other measures for the safe use of the highways and streets, and cooperate with other national, state, and county organizations with similar aims and purposed in their efforts to establish a continuing highway and street program, and to promote the best interests of the highway industry and profession.
To encourage and foster the spirit of co-operation among contractors engaged in all branches of highway construction
To advise contractors with respect to and protect them from adverse conditions and/or influences which affect their interests
To act as a representative of and for and on behalf of, the highway industry in placing before public officials, engineers, the general public and other organizations the views, desires, and suggestions of contractors in regard to matters of mutual interest
To maintain an ongoing and discerning dialogue between the professional engineering design community and the road and bridge construction industry
To consider, advise against and combat unfair practices
To assist contractors in establishing and maintaining their organizations at maximum efficiency
To receive, administer and expend funds for scientific, literary or educational purposes
Officers & Directors
Baldwin County Road Builders Association, Inc.
2018-2020 Officers and Directors
H. O. Weaver & Sons
Immediate Past President
Alabama Pipe & Supply
Gulf Equipment Corp.
Ammons & Blackmon
Baldwin County Road Builders, Inc. Annual Scholarship
The Baldwin County Road Builders Association Scholarship Fund was established in 1995 to promote the road building industry in Baldwin County. The Fund awards a rotating annual scholarship to the Outstanding Civil Engineering Student at the University of South Alabama, University of Alabama, and Auburn University.
Students eligible to apply for the scholarship must:
· Be entering their senior year of engineering.
· Have their primary residence in Baldwin County, or if one is not available, in Mobile County.
· Student must plan to return to Southwest Alabama to work after
The Universities are requested to choose the student(s) with the best overall grade-point average that could meet the above criteria and submit the names to the BCRBA Scholarship Committee who ultimately decides the recipient.