Australian Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation Conference – 2022
AustStab is very pleased to announce the dates for its 2022 Australian Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation Conference and associated activities.
The new dates are as follows:
Tuesday 9th August 2022
- Golf (Beverly Park Golf Club) – Tee off 12:00 – Registrations Closed
- Informal Dinner – Novotel Brighton Beach – Sponsored by Wirtgen – commencing 19:00
Wednesday, 10th August 2022 at the Novotel Brighton Beach, Sydney
- Australian Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation Conference, commencing at 08:00 AEST
- AustStab Gala Dinner and Awards Night – Sponsored by Caterpillar, commencing at 19:00 AEST
The AustStab Conference and Gala Dinner provide the perfect opportunity to recognise the unique nature of AustStab as an organisation, celebrate excellence in the industry, and to focus on the important attributes of sustainability and resilience that are able to be delivered by pavement recycling and stabilisation processes.
This will be a conference not to be missed by anyone involved in pavement design and construction that has an interest in pavement recycling and stabilisation.
All registrations from the 2021 conference have been carried over to the new dates.
If you have any queries or want to check on your conference registration, please email email@example.com.
Registrations are closed.
Registrations close 27th July 2022 and no further changes to bookings can be made beyond this date.
The theme of this one-day technical conference is Pavement Recycling for Sustainable Roads and will cover research outcomes, stabilisation for Local Government, construction excellence and sustainability.
The 27th Anniversary of AustStab gives us the opportunity to recognise the unique nature of AustStab as an organisation and to focus at our conference on the important attributes of sustainability and resilience that are able to be delivered by pavement recycling and stabilisation processes.
Please find below an outline of the program and an interim list of presenters – these may be subject to change.
08:00 Session 1
- Conference Welcome and Opening: Stuart Dack, AustStab CEO and Daniel Orriss, AustStab President
- Keynote: John Soars, Director Maintenance & Delivery, Network & Assets, Regional & Outer Metropolitan, Transport for New South Wales
- Keynote: Ainslie Simpson, Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure Sustainability Council
- Keynote: Implementation of foamed bitumen in Queensland – a 25 year journey – Damian Volker, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
10:00 Morning Tea
10:30 Session 2
- Sustainability assessment for innovative pavement materials, designs and processes – Brook Hall, ARRB Group
- Circular Economy: Construction of an (almost) completely recycled road in Central Coast Council NSW –
Stuart Baverstock, Transport for NSW (formerly Central Coast Council NSW)
- Managing respirable crystalline silica risks for stabilisation works – Rohan Davies, Queensland Department of
Transport and Main Roads
- Case study: Northbourne Avenue, Canberra – Alvaro Amorim, Transport Canberra City Services
- ARRB research outcomes and current programs – Dr James Grenfell, ARRB Group
13:20 Session 3
- A practical approach to rehabilitate thin existing pavements using base-grade stabilisation – Scott Young,
Stabilised Pavements of Australia
- Design of foamed bitumen stabilised pavements for local government engineers – George Vorobieff,
Head to Head International
- Rehabilitation of 300 projects in the Campbelltown NSW LGA by pavement recycling and stabilisation to
optimize service levels – Mahbub Hossain, Campbelltown City Council
- Industry partnerships in national recognised stabilisation operator training – Marcia Kelly, THE Mining & IS
14:50 Afternoon Tea
15:20 Session 4
- Foamed bitumen stabilisation and the Airport Pavement Research Program – Dr Greg White, The University of the Sunshine Coast
- Canberra Airport – Taxiway Bravo extension – Tim Jackson, Downer EDI
- Effects of ‘hot storage and duration’ on Class 170 binder properties and foamed bitumen stabilisation
performance – Damian Volker, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
- Emulsion treated road base – Bracalba Quarry case study – Kanjana Yindee, Sami Bitumen Technologies
- Wrap-up by AustStab President/CEO
AustStab is actively monitoring changing COVID-19 requirements. The Australian Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation Conference will be held in compliance with all COVID-19 requirements that are in place at the time it occurs.
To see the Novotel’s Covid safe plan click here
Place: Novotel Brighton Beach, Cnr. The Grand Parade & Princess Street, Brighton-le-Sands, New South Wales 2216
Date and time: Thursday 11th August 2022 at 9am AEST for approx. 1 hour.
– Open and welcome
– Minutes of the 2021 AustStab Annual General Meeting
– President’s report: Report by Daniel Orriss, AustStab President
– CEO’s report: Report by Stuart Dack, AustStab CEO
– Financial accounts: Report by Daniel Orriss, AustStab Council Finance Portfolio Lead, to present the: Annual Financial Report for the year ended 30th June 2022.
– Official business completed
The AustStab Annual Report can be viewed here.