The 7th Annual Road Engineering & Maintenance conference will feature case studies on improving protocol for road asset management, contract performance and technical processes on road and pavement engineering. All case studies are focused on delivering value for money and improving life cycle quality of road networks.
What will you take away from attending?
- How to effectively plan your road maintenance works
- How to improve the formulation & appraisal of your maintenance contracts
- How to maximise your assets life cycle through innovative engineering
Senior leaders, directors and managers from State & Local Government & industry associations with responsibility for:
- Strategic & Networking Planning
- Infrastructure Development & Management
- Highway & Network Management
- Asset Management & Maintenance
- Contract Development & Management
- Road Maintenance & Engineering
Attend to learn:
- Discover award winning practices & techniques
- Lower your renewal & maintenance costs
- Improve data use to drive asset management
- Two days of industry networking & knowledge sharing
Peter is the Director Commercial Roads, VicRoads. His team manages the CityLink, EastLink and Peninsula Link projects on behalf of the Victorian State Government, and advises VicRoads and other departments and agencies on major procurement strategy and project interface issues. Before VicRoads, Peter worked for over 12 years in private legal practice in Australia, the UK advising on major international projects in the oil & gas, transport and power sectors. He also has a strong interest in social procurement initiatives and human rights.
City of Salisbury
Peter Levett is a highly experienced practitioner in civil and landscape design, construction and maintenance with over 30 years’ experience in local government public works with major metropolitan Adelaide councils.
In his current role at City of Salisbury Peter administers a significant road resurfacing program across a network of some 760 km and other civil works. He has led initiatives to achieve carbon reduction strategies, waste reduction, adoption of current best practices and is active in cross council forums seeking improved industry standards in road surfacing.
Christchurch City Council
Michael has been working in an asset management role with Christchurch City Council for 4 years. Prior to that he spent 10 years as a design consultant specialising in roading and transport infrastructure design and construction.
Fulton Hogan is a leading Australian road maintenance and civil construction company with a proven track record in safely and effectively managing the maintenance of road infrastructure and associated assets.
We work in partnership with our clients to develop and provide specific road maintenance and repair solutions tailored to individual road networks and their operating environments. We complement this with world’s best practice asset management tools and technologies to formulate strategies that consider whole-of-life costs and target works that optimise benefits, applying an efficient and intelligent approach to road maintenance.
In regions as diverse as northern Tasmania, the south-west corner of Western Australia, outback Northern Territory, country Victoria and inner-city Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne; Fulton Hogan is helping road infrastructure owners and operators control costs, while maximising the operational efficiency and functional longevity of their assets.
Infrastructure and road maintenance draws on knowledge of all facets of our business – aggregates, surfacing, construction and project management – and allows us to offer our customers a seamless, integrated service with the best teams of people and fit-for-purpose plant, equipment and technology.
Fulton Hogan has the experience, capability and capacity to enter into mutually beneficial, long-term partnerships and alliances that ease the journey and smooth the sometimes rocky road of infrastructure maintenance service delivery.
Colas Australia is a subsidiary of the International Colas Group, a world leader in the construction
and maintenance of transport infrastructure. Colas entered the Australian market in 2008 with the
acquisition of SAMI Bitumen Technologies and has since expanded its services by acquiring and
developing a network of contracting companies.
Today Colas has consolidated its spray sealing and asphalt contracting operations under Colas New
South Wales, Colas Queensland, Colas Western Australia, Top Coat Asphalt and Tropic Asphalts.
Colas Solutions also delivers nationwide pavement preservation solutions such as Microsurfacing
and Sealcoat. Similar integrated contracting services are delivered in Victoria through a partnership
with the VSA Group. Colas bitumen and binder business operates independently as SAMI Bitumen
Colas Australia combines the local expertise and the strengths it derives from being part of a world-
leading group, to provide its customers and clients safe, innovative, sustainable, performing and cost
effective solutions for the design, building and maintenance of Australia’s transport infrastructure.
What People Are Saying
“Well organised conference, excellent breadth of presenters, a lot of positive examples of working through a wide range of challenges at all levels”Blue Mountains City Council & Attendee at Road Engineering & Maintenance conference 2017
Date: 21 Mar 2018 By: Peter Levett
In this short article Peter Levett of the City of Salisbury details the modern engineering techniques that his team and council are investigating and implementing as the work towards creating a sustainable living city. A sustainable city doesn’t just mean recycling or reusing waste materials, instead it means investigating and adopting best practice and innovation. …
Date: 11 Apr 2017 By: Mahbub Hossain
The Campbelltown City Council area has 718 kilometres of local road infrastructure assets, with a replacement cost of approximately $400 million. The rapid growth of Campbelltown City, from 25,000 residents in 1966 to more than 160,000 today, has required a significant investment in infrastructure, including the road network, to service the ever-growing residential, commercial and …
Date: 4 Apr 2017 By: Antony Sprigg
Environment, Social, Economic, Governance: the four pillars that make up the quadruple bottom line of sustainability. This can be translated to the management of impacts on, and the enhancement of: Environment: flora, fauna, air, water, land Social: community, stakeholders, heritage, workforce, supply chain Economic: financial sustainability, budgets, materials’ lifecycles, maintenance cycles Governance: asset maturity, risk …
Date: 19 Oct 2015 By: Mark Daniels
Our purchasing decisions influence the way that supply chains develop. Seeking the lowest price at all costs can result in supply chains with layers of hidden costs through damage to the environment and to the communities involved in that supply chain. However, there are great examples where buyers have changed supply chains in order to deliver …
Endorsers & Media Partners
Traffic Management Association of Australia
“The TMAA’s mission is to promote national harmonisation and best practice within the unified traffic management industry through engagement and collaboration with all relevant stakeholders.”
“The TMAA’s vision is safety, compliance and harmonisation across Australia.”
Safety. Compliance. Observation. Protection. Engagement.
Roads & Infrastructure
Roads & Infrastructure Australia is the country’s leading specialist road management, construction and infrastructure magazine.
The magazine is distributed to over 5500 key decision makers in the $100 billion + roads and infrastructure industry, as a central tool used in making purchasing decisions.
Roads & Infrastructure Australia magazine is a leading resource within the Roads, Infrastructure and Civil Engineering professions in local and state government sectors, as well as consultants and contractors within the private sector. These industry professionals play a key role in many areas, including road construction, road safety, asset management, water and stormwater, parks and gardens.
The magazine is also read by Civil Engineers and Infrastructure Specialists across Australia, who are involved in decisions about plant hire, workplace safety, streetscapes, lighting, road maintenance and wastewater.