Ohio Concrete Construction Association (OCCA) Membership
Ohio Concrete Construction Association (OCCA) consist of those that pave: highways, airports, streets, roads, industrial and parking areas. Concrete pavement rehabilitation contractors that restore concrete pavements by: patching, stabilizing, diamond grinding, joint/crack resealing and retrofitting dowel bars and reinforcing. Specialty contractors that build or repair: cement stabilized bases, shoulders, barriers and bridges may also fall within the OCCA membership category.
The work that is assessable in Ohio, includes federal, state and local agency project bid items for the following types of work:
- Highway Concrete Paving
- Full and Partial-Depth Patching
- Airport Concrete Paving
- Diamond Grinding and Grooving
- Street/Road Concrete Paving
- Joint and Crack Sawing & Sealing
- Roller-Compacted Concrete on Public Projects
- Retrofitting Dowel Bars and Tie Bars
- Miscellaneous concrete roadway items such as approach slabs and medians
- Cement-Stabilized Bases and Subbases on concrete paving projects only (Does not include soil stabilization).
- OCCA members serving as the prime contractors are responsible for paying on assessable work that they self perform and are expected to assist in collecting payment on assessable work performed by out of state subcontractors that are members of a separate paving association. Subcontractors that are Contractor Members of Ohio Concrete will make direct payments to Ohio Concrete according to their dues category.
- OCCA member subcontractors are responsible for paying on all assessable work that they do, regardless of whether the prime contractor is a member or not.