Bridge and Other Significant Highway Structures Inspection

Bridge and Other Significant Highway Structures Inspection

Bridges and Other Significant Highway Structures are critical high value components of the New Zealand Roading Network. Failure to inspect and identify any defects correctly could potentially result in dramatic damage and/or loss of life. At best, failure to inspect structures could be expected to result in increased maintenance costs.

Who should attend

Engineers and inspectors with responsibility for inspecting and determining maintenance requirements for both State Highway and Local Authority bridging. 

New bridge inspectors must have some experience, experienced bridge inspectors, engineers, technical staff and asset managers wishing to upgrade their knowledge.

All course delegates should be familiar with NZTA Policy S6. In particular be familiar with the terminology used in the bridge inspection proforma.  

Pre-requisite

Before attending this course, Delegates must have at least a one years’ active experience inspecting bridges or other similar structures and have a working knowledge of NZTA Policy S6. 

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