Welcome to the Washington Aggregates & Concrete Association

Founded in 1959, The Washington Aggregates & Concrete Association is a non-profit industry trade association representing sand, gravel, quarry rock, cement, ready mix concrete, related businesses and suppliers in Washington State. For nearly 55 years, the Association is dedicated to strengthening our collective industry and to keep it abreast of the changing way we do business.


2014 Annual EIC Awards

CONGRATS to our 2014 EIC Grand Award Winner, Chief Joseph Fish Hatchery!  For a list of all other entries this year, and entries from previous years, please visit our NEW WACA YouTube Channel.

If you would like to submit a project for the 2015 EIC Awards, please check back in October 2014 for the online entry form! 

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Upcoming Meetings & Events

WA ACI Chapter Meeting & Tour
Date: November 12, 2014
Topic: Uses of Slag Cement & Lafarge Tour
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2015 Annual Summer Meeting
Dates: July 10-12th, 2014 
Location: Campbell's Resort
More Information Coming Soon

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ACI Certifications & Training

Members will receive early notifications! All others will need to check our website. Interested in Membership? CLICK HERE.

Upcoming Certifications:
Oct 21-22 - Field Testing in Spokane
Oct 22-23 - Strength Testing In Spokane
Oct 23-24 - Aggregate Testing in Spokane
Nov 18-19 - Field Testing in Seattle

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2014 NRMCA Scholarship & Essay Contest Now Open!

Calling all High School Counselors & Students!!!!  We are pleased to announce that our WA State industry’s annual Essay Contest for Washington Students, in cooperation with our National Industry Association NRMCA, is now available. Our National Ready Mix Concrete Association (NRMCA) conducts an annual National High School Essay contest for High School students and awards scholarships for post high school education. We are asking the assistance of High School Guidance Counselors to help communicate this scholarship opportunity to your eligible WA High Schools Students.

The National NRMCA winner will receive a $5,000 scholarship if they enroll for their freshman year in a concrete-related curriculum or a $2,000 scholarship if they choose to enroll in a non-concrete-related curriculum.  In addition to the National Scholarship, our Association will award the winning state essay author a local scholarship award of $500.

Click Here to download Contest Rules & Information