Pavement Investigation, Design and Construction Testing

Overview

Understanding the main causes of road pavement failures and especially premature pavement failure is crucial in determining the correct design.  

Ensuring that the pavement has been properly constructed is key to performance and longevity of pavements and surfacing. 

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Length

1 day course.

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Facilitator

Ramiz Iskander

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Cost

$695 +GST per person

(minimum numbers apply before a course is confirmed)

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Topics include

  • Best practice guidelines for pavement investigation and testing
  • Pavement testing in the field and in the laboratory
  • Pavement analysis using FWD back-calculation
  • Pavement Failure Modes/Causes
  • Pavement and surfacing design for new roads, widening and rehabilitation
  • Flexible and rigid Pavement
  • Pavement layers Moduli
  • Construction surveillance and testing requirements
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On completion of this course participants will

  • Specify right pavement geotechnical investigations
  • Understand  Pavement Failure Causes
  • Ensure that pavements are constructed correctly
  • What Moduli to be selected for various pavement layers and materials
  • What testing and surveillance is required during and post pavement construction
  • Holdpoints during construction
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Who should attend

Contractors, Consultants, NZTA and local authority staff involved in roads and highways pavement investigation, design and construction

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Presenter information

Ramiz Iskander has over 35 year experience in pavement investigation, failure assessment, design and construction monitoring. Ramiz has designed and reviewed over 300 roads across NZ, Fiji and Australia during his career. Ramiz is a BE Civil, CPEng and MIPENZ. Ramiz is the national specialist for pavement and surfacing in MWH now part of Stantec and a review member of the National Pavement Technical Group (NPTG). He has been a pavement services manager for Beca Auckland for 8 years. He was involved in designing new motorways, expressways, road rehabilitation, intersection upgrades and road widening. Ramiz introduced structural asphalt to NZ in 1999 which was used for design of new motorways and arterial road rehabilitation and intersections. Ramiz is a promoter of recycling of existing pavement material to achieve a sustainable, environmentally friendly and cost effective solutions.

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