|Merged into||Transport and General Workers' Union|
|Affiliation||TUC, GFTU, NFBTO|
|Key people||F. V. Jenkin|
|Office location||Jenkin House, Queen's Road, Peckham|
The union was founded in 1938 with the merger of the National Asphalt Workers' Union and the Northern Asphalt Workers' Union. Although its membership was always small, it covered the entirety of Great Britain and workers involved in all aspects of asphalt, from manufacture to construction workers.
- 1938: F. V. Jenkin
- 1960s: Harry M. Wareham
- 1986: Derek McCann
Assistant General Secretaries
- 1960s: Tony (Antonio) Avella
- 1970s: Derek McCann
- Eaton, Jack; Gill, Colin (1981). The Trade Union Directory. London: Pluto Press. p. 148.
- "The British merger movement", Industrial Relations Journal, Vol.30, No.5