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Mike A. Nystrom

Executive Vice President

Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association

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Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association

2937 Atrium Drive

Okemos, Michigan,48864

United States

Company Description

The Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association (MITA) is a statewide construction trade association that consists of nearly 600 Michigan companies representing construction disciplines such as road and bridge, sewer and water, utility, railroad, ex...more

Background Information

Employment History

Co-Chair

Michigan Transportation Services Inc


Assistant Executive Director

AUC - Heavy Construction Association


Assistant Executive Director

Associated Underground Contractors


Affiliations

The St Croix Valley Athletic Association

Board Member


Debt

Steering Committee Member


Minnesota Street Rod Association

Board Member


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Member


Michigan LECET

LECET Trustee


Education

Bachelor of Science degrees

Michigan State University


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Board of Directors - Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association

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Michael A. Nystrom
Executive Vice President/Secretary MITA


Bulletins, News, and Press - Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association

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MEMORANDUM TO: MITA Union Contractors FROM: Michael A. Nystrom, Executive Vice Pr...
Thursday, March 5, 2015 (0 Comments - view/add) APRIL 1, 2015 TEAMSTERS UNDERGROUND AND LABORERS' UTILITY WAGE RATE UPDATES » MEMORANDUM TO: UNION CONTRACTORS FROM: MICHAEL A. NYSTROM, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT/SECRETARY DATE:... Wednesday, August 6, 2014 (0 Comments - view/add) September 1, 2014 Wage Rate Updates » MEMORANDUM TO: MITA UNDERGROUND UNION CONTRACTORS FROM: Michael A. Nystrom, Executive Vice President/Secre... Wednesday, July 23, 2014 (0 Comments - view/add) Utility Distribution: Fringe Benefit Participation Agreement » To: Utility Distribution Contractors From: Michael A. Nystrom, Executive Vice President/Secretary Date: July 9... View more in "Labor Bulletins" » TO: All MITA Members FROM: Michael A. Nystrom, Executive Vice Preside... MITA's Mike Nystrom and Lance Binoniemi are featured i...


Voters Across the State Overwhelmingly Approve Road Funding - Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association

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Mike Nystrom
Executive Vice President Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association 517-896-1493 "This should be a message to the Michigan Legislature that roads continue to be an issue with their constituents," said Mike Nystrom, executive vice president of the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association. "Michigan loses $3 million every day that the Legislature delays taking action on road funding, or $1 billion annually in transportation asset value. The Legislature needs to take bold action to fix this crisis." Nystrom added that every study that has been done on Michigan's deteriorating infrastructure points to the fact that the state needs at least an additional $2 billion annually just to maintain our current roads and bridges. Every year that the Legislature does not act, that funding need grows by over $100 million. "If voters in more than a dozen counties can cast their votes to approve local road funding, our state Legislature should be more than willing to do the same thing," Nystrom said.


Statewide Bridge Rankings Released Wayne County Ranks #1 for Structurally Deficient and Functionally - Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association

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Mike Nystrom
Executive Vice President Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association 517-896-1493 "This report is a stark reminder of what Michigan drivers experience every day - potholes and worn out bridges," said Mike Nystrom, executive vice president of MITA. "Michigan roads and bridges are in desperate need of an overhaul," Nystrom said. "The only way this can be accomplished is if the Michigan Legislature addresses the need for a long-term, annual, stable source of funding for our transportation infrastructure." Nystrom added that given the aggregation of state, city and county data in this report, the county-by-county breakdown doesn't necessarily reflect the effectiveness of any particular local road agency.


Road Industry Launches Billboards - Focused on Poor Bridges - Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association

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Mike Nystrom
Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association Executive Vice President 517-896-1493 Road Industry Launches Billboards - Focused on Poor Bridges 1 in 8 MI Bridges are in Poor Condition; How Many Have You Crossed? Okemos, Mich. - Starting this week at billboard locations throughout the state, Michigan drivers and their state legislators will be reminded about the poor condition of Michigan's bridges. The message: "Warning: 1 in 8 MI Bridges are in Poor Condition. How Many Have You Crossed?," will appear on billboards on I-96 near Wixom and Pinckney roads; U.S. 23 near Ann Arbor; I-75 north of Detroit; I-69 and Royston Road in the Lansing area; and at a location in the Grand Rapids area. The campaign is being sponsored by the Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association (MITA), a leading advocate for increased state infrastructure funding. "According to Governor Snyder's Infrastructure Dashboard, approximately 1,289 bridges, or about 13 percent of Michigan's bridges are structurally deficient," said Mike Nystrom, executive vice president of MITA. "Those figures make it very obvious that chances are if you drive over or under eight bridges or more, one of them will be structurally deficient. And, if nothing is done, chances are that one day one of those bridges could be closed to traffic; or, worse yet, collapse." Nystrom said it is important that this message be reinforced with the public and legislators, who are very familiar with potholes on deteriorated roads, but may not be aware that Michigan's bridges are also crumbling because of a lack of adequate investment. "The condition of our bridges will head in the wrong direction until the state Legislature approves a long-term, annual source of funding, which currently is estimated at $2 billion a year in additional funding," Nystrom said.


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