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Welcome to The Contractors Association of West Virginia

The CAWV represents over 450 businesses and 20,000 employees in the building, highway, industrial and utility contracting industries. Our members are “Hard at Work” building safe roads and bridges, modern schools and hospitals, and water and sewer infrastructure that increases the quality of life for all West Virginians. The CAWV is the state’s only full service organization dedicated to meeting the needs of the construction industry in West Virginia. The CAWV is one of the most respected trade organizations in the state, and for more than 75 years has been a traditional leader of the business community in advancing legislative and public policy issues. We are “Hard at Work” building a better West Virginia.



Featured News from the CAWV




The Contractors Association of West Virginia’s political action committee, HUB/PAC, has made its endorsements for candidates running for the West Virginia Senate and House of Delegates. HUB/PAC, which stands for Highway-Utility-Building Political Action Committee, surveyed candidates to determine their level of support to prioritize investment in the maintenance and modernization of West Virginia’s infrastructure of roads, bridges, water and sewer, schools, public buildings, dams and other public structures that are vital to jobs, future economic development and a better quality of life for all citizens. A number of good candidates are running this year and HUB/PAC contributions are used to support candidates running for elective office who, regardless of party affiliation, understand the construction industry and the specific needs, interests, and concerns of CAWV member companies and their employees. Click here to view the full list of candidates endorsed by CAWV.




ARTBA has developed a program showing the economic benefits of each state’s highway program. “Transportation Makes West Virginia Work! Investment Makes It Possible” shows how West Virginia’s economy, quality of life and security depend on its transportation infrastructure. The report details what West Virginians invests in roads and bridges, how the state’s money is spend, employment and tax impact, and the state of West Virginia’s roads and bridges. Click here to see the new report.




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Associated General Contractors of America

American Road and Transportation Builders Association
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Contractors Association of West Virginia

2114 Kanawha Blvd. E. Charleston, WV 25311 Phone 304.342.1166 Fax 304.342.1074