Enhancing the quality of life for all Queensland communities

There have been many recent developments in pavement design, its construction and monitoring practices. It is critical that technical and engineering professionals have a practical understanding of the selection and performance characteristics of pavement materials to achieve desired performance characteristics and low whole-of-life costs.

This Masterclass will provide attendees with a unique opportunity to learn from technical experts while providing an opportunity for a technical exchange of ideas between TMR, Local Government and private sector technical staff.

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This Masterclass is suitable for practitioners involved in the design, construction, and maintenance of road pavements. 

Typical attendees include:

  • Engineers
  • Designers
  • Technical Officers
  • Project Managers
  • Inspectors

  • Recent updates and developments in asphalt and sprayed seals
  • Proposed approach for high friction and coloured surfacings
  • Recycled materials – what can be done now and current research
  • Highlights of MRTS104 asphalt geosynthetics Specification & Foamed Bitumen (FB) - Improvement to resilience to flooding
  • Bridge asphalt DWS rehabilitation – Metro and North Queensland learnings
  • Materials testing
  • Case studies - Natural disaster events and responses by Geotechnical Section

Attendees with learn about:

  • TMR’s 4 Year Technology Strategy for pavements, materials and geotechnical
  • up-to-date data and technical developments in asphalt and sprayed seals (e.g. recycled glass in asphalt, EME2, MRTS18 update,           pilot sealing specifications, TN186, crumb rubber research/ pilot specifications).
  • advances in recycling and the role we play in sustainability and resilience.
  • Bridge deck wearing rehabilitation techniques
  • Risk based Auditing and Materials Testing for Quality
  • Geotechnical solutions for Natural disaster events

More Information

Register your interest for this course by contacting the Professional Development Manager training@ipweaq.com