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Bridge Maintenance & Repair Practices

Next Course Date 



1 day


Head Office - Brisbane

CPD Hours 


Member Price 

$850 + GST

Non Member Price

$1,050 + GST

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The course is designed to provide asset custodians, engineers and, asset management practitioners experience in the management of bridge repairs. 

The course focuses on typical maintenance management practices and applying an asset management lens on them, including implementation of strategies and application of prioritisation practices to maximise the value of the maintenance activities to the network.  The course is framed around bridges and major culverts, however the practices are applicable to all transport structures.


  • Introduction

  • Framing maintenance within an asset management framework

  • Understanding types of routine, non-routine and specialist maintenance related to material types.

  • Understanding responsibilities

  • Proactive, reactive approaches, prioritisation, decision making process and critical thinking

  • Repair selection

  • Case Studies

Who should attend?

Those involved in the stewardship of transport structure assets including:

  • Engineers

  • Operations and maintenance managers

  • Asset managers and custodians


By the end of the workshop attendees will be able to:

  • Apply asset management principles to develop an optimised transport structures management program.

  • Have an understanding of different types of repair techniques and their appropriateness for a given situation.

  • Identify the information required to make the right decisions to improve value benefit from the program.

  • Demonstrate and communicate the value in applying asset management principles to the program.

  • Feel confident in selection of repairs and managing a transport structure maintenance program.

Link to testimonials:


Joshua Seskis is an RPEQ structural engineer with 10 years’ experience in the inspection and management of structural roading assets. This experience extends to personally conducting routine, condition, emergency, and post disaster event inspections and engineering investigations. He has provided direct support and guidance to state road authorities, being involved with the writing of two state manuals.
He has authored several Austroads guides on the topics of heavy vehicle access to structures, assessment of bridges, and management of roading assets. The majority of Joshua’s career has been working with or in local government in Queensland and he is aware of the unique constraints and opportunities the organisations contain.


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