Paul Albritton


Technical Training Coordinator, LTAP





InTrans, Iowa LTAP

About Paul

Mr. Albritton serves as the technical training coordinator for the Iowa Local Technical Assistance Program. He coordinates various trainings, including Work Zone Safety and Flagger Training, Excavation Safety, the OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course, and Motor Grader Operator (MoGO) Training, among others.

He is a graduate of the University of Louisiana, Monroe, and is an authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer.


  • BS, Agriculture Business, University of Louisiana, Monroe 


  • OSHA Outreach Trainer  

Professional Experience

  • Technical Training Coordinator, Local Technical Assistance Program, 2014–present, Ames, IA
    • Awarded Iowa DOT Traffic Safety Improvement Program (TSIP) funding for Iowa LTAP Work Zone Sign Package Program
    • Co-author on “Evaluation of Pavement Markings on Low-Volume Rural Roadways in Iowa”
    • Co-author on “Multidisciplinary Safety Teams (MDST) Factors of Success”
    • Advisor on revision committee for Temporary Traffic Control Handbook for Iowa
    • Instructor for Iowa DOT Work Zone Safety Workshops
    • LTAP Representative to Iowa Chapter of American Public Works Association Spring, Fall, and National Conferences; Iowa Streets and Roads Workshop/Conference; and Iowa County Engineers Association Annual Conference
  • Operations Specialist, City Of West Des Moines, Public Works Department, 2005–2014, West Des Moines, IA
    • Iowa DOT Work Zone Safety Instructor, City breakout sessions
    • Concrete street and asphalt patching
    • Storm water structure inspection and replacement
    • Snow and ice control
    • Pesticide application to drainage ways for brush and weed control
    • Emergency response to storms and floods