Ashnik is keenly fascinated with every aspect of his work. He enjoys details and affects all designs without compromise. He is collaborative, cooperative and creative in the delivery of all major and minor design work, often finding new ways to do common design tasks, and always looking for opportunities to innovate. Never one to rest of his laurels, Ashnik treats every day as a challenge to improve, and never rejects an invitation for a critique of his work. It’s great to have Ashnik on the team
Senior Pavement Engineer at Arcadis. n addition to being the consummate professional, Daniel has a thirst for knowledge and a relentless drive for self-improvement to rival most others. He is rigorous in his execution of design tasks, comfortable being held accountable (in the rare case of a miss) and is proud to play a vital part of an elite team of specialists. Daniel’s proficiency and methodical approach provides teammates with an invaluable sense of confidence arising from his part in our team
Justin has 36 years of civil engineering pavements experience, materials engineering advice and technical team management which encompasses most facets of pavement engineering, including rigid pavements, flexible pavements, asphalt, sprayed sealing, materials technology, asset management, pavement condition and strategy development in both operational and research contexts.Justin is a past recipient of “Eldon Yoder Best Paper Award” at the ISCP Conference in San Francisco.
I am a Pavement Engineer and part of the Australian Pavements Team. We deliver a diverse range of design and consulting outcomes
Principal Engineer with over thirteen years’ experience in the design, construct and project management of geotechnical and civil engineering projects.
Associate, and Pavements Team Leader at Aurecon. Tim is a member of the ASCP National Executive (board) of Australian Society for Concrete Pavements (ASCP).
Civil Engineer at Lambert & Rehbein. My goal is to work in a progressive civil engineering industry that will create opportunities for professional growth and further learning while at the same time assist me to become a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ)
FIEAust, CPEng, NER, RPEQ, Ph.D, M.S, B.E(Hon)
Subject Matter Expert for the design, construction and maintenance of concrete and flexible pavements. The author of the “Australian Concrete Road Training Manual” and first CPEE course on “Rigid Pavement Construction”. George introduced UTW overlays in the mid-1990s and diamond grinding 20 years ago into Australia and lead the conversion of the nomographs in the 1992 Austroads pavement design guide to algorithms to allow the development of software for the thickness design process. This also resulted in George developing the first Windows Basic program for thickness analysis. George has written many papers and guides on pavement topics over the last 30 years. He is considered an expert in applying concrete pavement technology for local road, highways, industrial pavements and race tracks. He was the first Australian Director of ISCP and developed the ASCP association after ACPAVE ceased operating.