The 700 members of the MBTA are committed to improving the safety and efficiency of Maine’s transportation network. Members represent the public and private sectors and include state transportation officials, transportation planners, municipalities, transportation construction and supplier firms, rail companies, trucking and shipping interests, bus companies, manufacturing, travel and tourism interests and others.
If you are interested in joining the MBTA or know someone who is, call for a membership information packet, 207-622-0526.
Board and Officers

Association Officers

Rodney Lane

The Lane Construction Corporation

1st Vice President
Patrick Sughrue

Cianbro Corporation
2nd Vice President
Paul Bradbury

Portland International Jetport

Dana Knapp

Concord Coach Lines

Immediate Past President
Paul Koziell

CPM Constructors

Board of Directors

Tom Biegel
Shaw Bros. Construction, Inc.
Tony Caruso
Bangor International Airport
Dana Connors
Maine State Chamber of Commerce
Lauren Corey
Lauren Corey Consulting
Gregory Dore
Tow of Skowhegan
Deborah Dunlap Avasthi
Androscoggin Bank
Timothy Folster
Sargent Corporation
Thomas Gorrill
Port Clyde
Alan Gould
AH Harris Construction Supplies

Tony Grande

Jim Hanley
Pike Industries

John Harbottle
The Rowley Agency, Inc.
Larry Hutchins
Bitumar USA, Inc.
Michelle Ibarguen
Cross Insurance

Roland Lavallee
HNTB Corporation
Randy Mace
Chadwick-BaRoss, Inc.
Bruce Manzer
Bruce A. Manzer, Inc.
Thomas Martin, Jr.
Ian Messier
Crooker Construction
Ryan Ratledge
Central Maine & Quebec Railway

Stephen Sawyer
Sebago Technics

Irv Smith
H.O. Bouchard, Inc.

Bruce Van Note
Maine Turnpike Authority

John Wardwell
The Lane Construction Corporation

Conrad Welzel
City of Portland Public Works

Message from
our President

If you are not yet a member of the MBTA, I urge you to become one now. This is a hardworking and inclusive group dedicated to making sure Maine’s transportation network is ready to face the challenges of the coming century. Our mission is very important to Maine’s communities and businesses – and to preserving the Maine way of life we all enjoy so much.

Rod Lane, President