Asphalt Pavement Alliance names new director
As national director of the APA, the Florida engineer will be responsible for coordinating and leading education and field deployment efforts for the asphalt pavement industry, working in close cooperation with the Asphalt Institute in Lexington, Kentucky, the National Asphalt Pavement Association in Lanham, Maryland, as well as the 40 state associations.
“I look forward to working with the APA’s partners to highlight exactly how asphalt pavements are the material of choice for ensuring quality, comfort and value for the driving public and road owners alike,” Miller said.
Miller earned her bachelor’s in environmental engineering and a master of business administration from the University of Florida. She is a former president of the Florida Structural Engineers Association and has experience working as a consulting engineer, for a building materials supplier and with a construction materials trade association.
Officials with the association said MIller's experience will be a valuable asset to them.
“The asphalt pavement industry is moving forward with many advancements that boost sustainability and pavement performance,” Mike Acott, president of NAPA, said. “We are excited to have someone of Amy’s caliber leading our efforts to put these innovations in front of road owners and decision makers.”