Roading Construction and Maintenance

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Inspecting Roads and Establishing Maintenance Needs

Inspecting roads effectively remains a critical skill in the management of the roading infrastructure. Developing knowledge to identify faults, their cause and target the right intervention at the right time is the objective of this course. This enables your teams to develop effective work programmes that deliver more value to the roading networks and minimize the inconvenience to our communities.

  • 1 day
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Road Condition Rating

Reliable and consistent identification of defects is vital to the proper functioning of NZ Transport Agency (NZTA), Road Assessment and Maintenance Management system.

  • 1 or 2 days
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Stabilisation of Road Pavements - Fundamentals

This workshop provides an overview of the main issues involved with the design and construction of sealed and unsealed pavements using stabilisation.

  • 1 day
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Survey and Set Out

This is a practical course that excites and enables all field staff to read and interpret plans and assist with survey and setting out activities.

  • 1 day
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Understanding Quality Pavement Construction

The current trend towards performance based specifications for roading and civil construction projects increases the need for contracting firms to understand the issues involved with pavement construction, especially material compaction.

  • 1 day

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