The purpose of the Convention Committee is to: Plan and coordinate the program of events of the annual convention; Prepare a program of interest to the membership at the annual convention; and obtain outstanding speakers to provide the membership with information and new ideas in technical advances in various phases of the industry. Also plan, sell, booths for KRMCA Trade Show (every third year).
Environmental Control and Safety Committee
The purpose of the Environmental Control and Safety Committee is to: Work with governmental agencies so that the Association will be consulted before any governmental regulations concerning air, water or noise pollution are modified or changed, which will affect the ready-mixed concrete industry in the areas of environmental quality and control. Act as a liaison between governmental agencies and the ready-mixed concrete industry in the areas of environmental quality and control.
The Officers and such other Directors appointed by the President shall serve as an Executive Committee and be authorized to conduct the affairs of the Association between sessions of the Board of Directors. The President and Vice President are members ex officio of all committees.
The purpose of the Finance Committee is to: Prepare and recommend a budget; and to assist in providing equitable methods of collecting dues.
To deal with all types of insurance matters.
To follow all legislation that has an effect on the concrete industry, and to propose legislation as needed to benefit the ready mix industry.
The Purpose of the Membership Committee is to develop the membership of the Association, both as to producer members and associate members and to secure new members for the Association.
The purpose of the Promotion Committee is to plan and coordinate the promotion of ready-mixed concrete in Kentucky. Work with regional promotion committees and support their activities.
Quality & Specification Committee
The purpose of the Quality & Specifications Committee is to: Study methods, gather data, and promote techniques for a better quality of ready-mixed concrete; plan and coordinate the association’s pre-certification school and work with the Department of Transportation and other specifying agencies developing concrete specifications.