KAHC: Purpose and History
The Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors (“KAHC”) was organized as a nonprofit corporation in 1921 to promote, preserve, and protect the highway construction industry in Kentucky. The industry has changed since that time, but the association’s purpose still holds true. We have approximately 150 Regular Members (contractors pre-qualified with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to perform construction projects) and 140 Associate Members (manufacturers and dealers of construction materials and equipment and persons or firms engaged in service to or for members and not involved in actual construction). Admission to membership is by majority vote of the Board of Directors.
- provides our members and others with opportunities for dialogue, education, advancement and improvement of all aspects of the highway contracting industry through meetings, seminars, communications, publications and other programs and activities
- advocates for the needs and interests of the highway contracting industry at all levels of government
- collaborates on behalf of the highway contracting industry with suppliers, distributors, dealers, insurers, and customers directly and through their associations in matters involving the business and governmental affairs of the industry
- advances policies and hosts activities for the betterment of all individuals or firms involved in some aspect of the highway contracting industry
All policies and activities of KAHC are consistent with applicable federal, state and local antitrust, trade regulation or other legal requirements and applicable tax exemption requirements.