Inspecting Roads and Establishing Maintenance Needs

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Overview

This course provides an introduction to the methodology used to inspect and determine road maintenance needs. Employing asset management principles and utilising industry tools, the inspector must then apply skill and knowledge to identify and prioritise maintenance activities, and present cost options balanced against contract conditions and service levels.

 

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Length

1 day course.

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Facilitator

Bill Evans

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Cost

$450 per person + GST

(Minimum numbers apply before a course is confirmed)

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Topics include

  • Methods to determine work requirements
  • Parameters influencing level of activity
  • Understanding pavement materials and modes of failure
  • Evaluation options
  • Prioritising needs
  • Preparation of future work programmes
  • Typical roles and tools available
  • Quality
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On completion of this course participants will

  • Define a pavement management system
  • Identify failure modes
  • Identify appropriate remedies
  • Develop criteria for assessing pavement performance
  • Prioritise maintenance needs
  • Implement a maintenance management strategy
  • Understand the contract process
  • Prepare future work programmes
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Who should attend

This introductory course would be suitable for roading supervisors, new engineers, inspectors, contract and maintenance managers responsible for inspecting road networks to establish maintenance needs.

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