Staff Directory

The ASGA serves to represent the interests of Alberta sand and gravel operators on key industry related issues and proposed regulatory changes and to promote and educate today's aggregate consumers.

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ASGA Staff and Office Directory

John Ashton, Executive Director

John Ashton joined the Alberta Sand and Gravel Association in December 2016, bringing a background that includes experience in political organization, facilitation and education. He has previously served as a departmental head, overseeing operations in administration, research, communications and training. He has also worked for Members of Parliament and Members of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

As Executive Director, John is the principal professional in the organization, providing the strategic visions, planning and operational oversight for the ASGA. John reports to a Board of Directors who are actively involved and committed to the industry and the diverse range of companies that it represents. 

Contact John for:

  • Board of Directors liaison
  • Partnership opportunities
  • Membership advocacy 
  • Committee activities (internal and external)
  • Government relations

Contact information:

(780) 435-2844, Ext. 1

Lyndsay Kiefer, Member Services Administrator

Contact Lyndsay for:

  • Membership applications and renewals
  • Truck registry
  • Accounts payable and receivable
  • Office administration

Contact information:

(780) 435-2844, Ext. 3

Anthony Murdoch, Communications and Events Coordinator

Contact Anthony for:

  • Newsletter articles and advertisements
  • General news and event updates
  • Website updates, including job board and classifieds
  • Training opportunities
  • Events
  • Trade show opportunities
  • Annual General Meeting

Contact information:

(780) 435-2844, Ext. 2

Contact Us

The ASGA office is located at:

Suite 204, 9622 42 Avenue NW Edmonton, AB T6E 5Y4

Phone: (780) 435-2844
Fax: (780) 435-2044

Aggregate Facts

Did you know that for straight gravel hauls with minimal traffic, the price of aggregate increases $0.15 per tonne for every mile from the extraction site? Close to market reserves is one way the aggregate industry reduces environmental footprints and risk of accident.