The use of stabilisation technology for stabilising and recycling of materials for pavement construction & rehabilitation is widely accepted as a cost-effective method of improving long term performance and reducing whole-of-life costs of modern, heavily trafficked pavements.
Overall the Course will include discussion on the types of various stabilising binders used in road construction, their properties, manufacture, and chemical reactions during the stabilisation process and safety considerations associated with their use. The types of binders described are lime, cement, cementitious pozzolans, bitumen, chemical and synthetic polymers.
The Austroads Guides to Pavement Technology – Part 4D, Stabilised Materials, Part 4E, Recycled Materials, Part 4L, Stabilising Binders, and Part 6: Unsealed Pavements as well as the AustStab Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation Guide are used as the key references.
PLEASE NOTE: Hard copies of the AustStab ‘Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation’ and ‘Insitu Stabilisation Construction' Guides will be provided on the day of the training.
Geoff Webb, Principal, GR Webb Consulting PL: Geoff is the Principal of an independent Tasmanian based consultancy providing technical services in Pavement Technology, Infrastructure Asset Management and Maintenance Management. The Company also delivers training in Pavement Management Systems, Road Condition Assessment, and Asset Management & Maintenance Management Systems.
Prior to establishing the consultancy in 1996, Geoff was the Technical and Quality Manager for Roadways Pty Ltd, (1986-1996), and has over twenty years’ experience in the civil construction industry, specialising in pavements and surfacing, having held various technical positions in the resources and construction industry sector. Between 1998 and 2008 GR Webb Consulting was commissioned as Maintenance Auditor for the Maintenance Contractor for the Tasmanian Long Term Performance Based Road Maintenance Contract for the Tasmanian State Government. The company was also engaged as Consultant Pavement Engineer providing network analysis, pavement investigation and treatment selection and design services. Geoff is a member of the Road Engineering Association of Asia and Australasia, REAA. He is a member of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia, IPWEA, and is a Consultant Supporter of the IPWEA National Asset Management Strategy (NAMS.AU) committee. He is an ARRB Associate with ARRB Group Ltd serving in Tasmania and is a member of the Australian Asphalt Pavement Association, AAPA. Geoff has contributed to Standards Australia committees and has held NATA signatory positions.
Due to its practical nature, numbers are limited for this course so it is advisable that you register quickly to avoid missing out on its unique and targeted content.
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