Our Corporate Members include

  • Boral
  • Arcadis
  • Transport for NSW
  • Evenrange Concrete Solutions
  • Aurecon

ASCP Forum (Online) – Construction, Contractor Capability & Equipment Innovation – 16 Aug 2022

ASCP Forums
Tue 16 Aug, 2022

Construction, Contractor Capability & Innovation : How can we achieve these outcomes in a risk adverse concrete pavements?  The goal for this forum is to bring together key experts within the concrete pavement supply chain and understand the challenges, drivers, tools and possible pathways towards increasing innovation and the competitive advantage of concrete pavements.

Carol Enrique Bockelmann Campo will open the forum sharing his 20+ years of experience in pavement engineering and pavement Asset management focusing on Short Jointed Concrete Pavement, Concept, Design, Experiences (Innovation in USA and South America). John Hodgkinson will share some reflections on the past : lessons that can be learned.

Dang Bui and Shane Dunstan will share their respective insights in the use of Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) and innovation. Shane will share a few studies funded by the RCC Pavement Council (USA) into volumetric density of RCC and jointing and RCC capability within Ports, Intermodal, Factories, Reservoirs, Roads and Streets. Justin Moss using a re-recorded presentation will share the Award winning Pathway design and James Walker will provide an update and time permitting a demonstration of the rich insights and data you can extract from the Concrete Pavements Map Project.

The following  list of impressive speakers and topics are:

The following  list of impressive speakers and topics are:

  • Carol Enrique Bockelmann Campo, Short Jointed Concrete Pavement, Concept, Design, Experiences (Innovation in USA and South America)
  • John Hodgkinson, CACA Road Note 1976-2004 - History Recaptured
  • Dang Bui, Innovation with RCC application in NSW
  • Shane Dunstan, Roller Compacted Concrete - what is the fuss about
  • Justin Moss, Better Shared Path Design - a holistic design approach which is sustainable too!
  • James Walker,  Update - Concrete Pavements Map - What's that Project?

Registrations for the event are open.

[Waitlist] – ASCP Principles and Practices for Concrete Pavements

ASCP Training
Mon 1 Aug, 2022

Reserve your place now. We'll announce a date as soon as a minimum number of places are filled.

This course is recommended for construction and maintenance project teams including:

  • engineers
  • project managers
  • surveillance teams
  • maintenance staff
  • designers and specifiers
  • testing staff

The course will be conducted by Geoff Ayton over two half days. Full course information shown in the left.

[Waitlist] – ASCP Jointing & Structural Detailing for Concrete Pavements

ASCP - JSD ASCP Training
Mon 1 Aug, 2022

Reserve your place now. We'll announce a date as soon as a minimum number of places are filled.

This course is recommended for concrete pavement designers, specifiers and supervisors including:

  • pavement designers
  • specifiers
  • surveillance staff
  • project verification staff
  • supervisors
  • paving staff

The course will be conducted by Geoff Ayton over two half days.

[Waitlist] – TfNSW Grey Card: Concrete Basics Training R82/R83

ASCP Training TfNSW Training
Mon 1 Aug, 2022

This course is presented by the Australian Society for Concrete Pavements under agreement
with Transport for NSW (TfNSW).

Note: The ASCP is currently taking 'waitlist registrations' for the training.  Once we have a cohort to conduct the training, you will be contacted with possible dates.

Class Size and Format

The course is intended for individuals or organisations requiring training. For organisations the ASCP can conduct the course with a minimum of 10 and maximum 30 people requiring the course.  ASCP typically provides the course at the organisations preferred location. The course can also be presented online.

Target Audience

Course attendance is mandatory (under TfNSW Major Roadworks specifications) for concrete paving crews and their immediate supervisors. Participation is also recommended for associated staff such as engineers, project managers, testing operators, audit & surveillance staff, quality managers and materials suppliers. Participants on successful completion of the course are issued with a Grey Card (Valid for 5 years) from TfNSW. The  course is suitable for maintenance crews but does not specifically cover maintenance issues.

Course components

  • Session 01 - Pavement elements
  • Session 02a - Basics of making good concrete
  • Session 02b - Control of slump and water
  • Session 03 - Forms, reinforcement, dowels and tiebars
  • Session 04 - Compaction
  • Session 05 - Placing and paving
  • Session 06 - Finishing and texturing
  • Session 07 - Curing , protection & joints
  • Session 08 – Questionnaire 

Delivery and evaluation

  • Online or In-Person
  • Six hours plus Assessment Questionnaire
  • TfNSW Grey Card issued
  • Required by TfNSW (and similar DoT's)
  • Contact exec@concretepavements.com.au

 

ASCP Forum – Concrete Pavements: Design; Construct; Maintain; Recycle, & Whole of Life Costing – 27 Sept 2022

ASCP Forums
Tue 27 Sep, 2022

ASCP Forum - Concrete Pavements: Design; Construct; Maintain; Recycle, & Whole of Life Costing - 27 Sept 2022.

  • Design
  • Construction including updates and innovations with joint sealants
  • Maintenance
  • Recycling (Circular Economy) challenges
  • Whole of Life Costing
  • TfNSW - Assessment update of Pacific Highway

The line-up of presentations is currently being prepared by our Forums Working Group. The agenda will be added here in due course. Registrations for the event are open.

ASCP Forum – Local Government Pavements – 8 Nov 2022

ASCP Forums
Tue 8 Nov, 2022

ASCP Forum - Local Government Pavements - 8 Nov 2022. The line-up of presentations is currently being prepared by our Forums Working Group. The agenda will be added here in due course. Registrations for the event are open.

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