The South Carolina Asphalt Pavement Association (SCAPA) announced on July 31st that Sloan Construction’s Scott Fant was awarded with the 2015 Transportation Advocate of the Year award for his tireless efforts to gain legislative support for issues important to the asphalt pavement industry, including road funding and work zone safety.
Presented at SCAPA’s Summer Conference, the Transportation Advocate of the Year award recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution in support of promoting the importance and value of a modern and safe highway system and the need for a dedicated road funding stream at both the state and federal level.
“Scott Fant exemplifies the best of citizen advocacy,” said SCAPA President David Ashmore. “Fant demonstrates great integrity and grit to fight for issues that will impact generations to come in the Palmetto State.” Mr. Fant is the Vice President of Business Development for Sloan Construction, a Division of Reeves Construction Company. He has served on SCAPA’s board for eight years, where he has fought for issues important to the industry.
In addition to his service on the SCAPA Board of Directors, Fant has held many leadership roles in numerous construction related organizations throughout the state and nation, to include The American Road & Transportation Builders Association, Carolinas Association of General Contractors, SC Alliance to Fix Our Roads and the Mining Association of South Carolina.
CONGRATULATIONS SCOTT FANT FOR YOUR LEADERSHIP EFFORTS!
SCAPA is a non-profit trade association that represents the South Carolina asphalt pavement industry, which has an annual $1 Billion state economic impact. It’s members are comprised of asphalt producers and affiliated companies in South Carolina