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Best Practice Guides: Materials

AUD$700.00 (incl. GST)
AUD$700.00 (incl. GST)

Zia Rice is joined by three of her colleagues in the delivery of this e-workshop which covers the contents of the ARRB best practice guide for road materials. The e-workshop consist of four modules which correspond to the four main chapter headings in the guide and aims to provide useful and practical information related to the best practice use of a range of road materials.

The e-workshop covers fit for purpose use of material, the different materials used within a pavement and the different pavement layers, the use of recycled materials as well as an introduction into laboratory testing and material characterisation. The e-workshop also covers sourcing, extraction, and specification of granular materials, in addition to stabilisation of materials and an introduction into field quality testing. There are several worked examples throughout the e-workshop to help consolidate the information which is covered, and also to demonstrate common processes undertaken during the design and construction



Zia Rice is joined by three of her colleagues in the delivery of this e-workshop which covers the contents of the ARRB best practice guide for road materials. The e-workshop consist of four modules which correspond to the four main chapter headings in the guide and aims to provide useful and practical information related to the best practice use of a range of road materials.

The e-workshop covers fit for purpose use of material, the different materials used within a pavement and the different pavement layers, the use of recycled materials as well as an introduction into laboratory testing and material characterisation. The e-workshop also covers sourcing, extraction, and specification of granular materials, in addition to stabilisation of materials and an introduction into field quality testing. There are several worked examples throughout the e-workshop to help consolidate the information which is covered, and also to demonstrate common processes undertaken during the design and construction