Road Design - The Geometric Design Fundamentals
IPWEA (NSW) and CPEE Professional Development Workshop:
This workshop is a cooperative effort with the Centre for Pavement and Engineering Education
Road Design - The Geometric Design Fundamentals
Course Overview (1 Day) -
This Workshop is designed to provide participants with a broad understanding of some practical elements relating to geometric road design. It will generally take the format of information transfer and practical aspects will be covered on a computer design package, either through live demonstration or prepared recordings. This will largely be done in the setting of a rural road, but some differences with urban roads will also be addressed. The practical demonstrations will enable better understanding of the concepts and principles through following the geometric road design process in a real-world setting. The design of a safe road involves consideration of driver and environmental issues and traffic engineering factors, so a very board overview only will be provided to situate the geometric design and to understand and justify design decisions.
· Introduction & Objectives
· Fundamentals Considerations
· Speed Parameters
· Sight Distance
· Coordination of Horizontal and Vertical Alignment
· Horizontal Alignment
· Vertical Alignment
· Optimising Design
Guide to Road Design
Part 3: Geometric Design
INVITATION TO ATTEND
This one-day workshop would be best suited to Engineers/Specifiers, Construction Staff, Supervisors and other staff involved in Flexible Pavements. This workshop is ideal for those involved in non-highway roads, engaged primarily in local government work.
Klaus Kiesel, Specialist Pavement Technology Engineer.
Klaus is a Civil Engineer with extensive Road Construction, State Government and Local Government experience. His
strengths include planning and decision making, leading and motivating work teams, environmental compliance
assessment, OH&S both compliance and education, aviation facility management, and a highly development knowledge of
pavement technology and contract administration. Klaus recently retired from VicRoads after 13 years working mainly
with Regions and Major projects; assisting with the planning, design, construction and maintenance of the road network.
As their Specialist Pavement Technology Engineer, Klaus remained abreast of latest technology able to inform
organisations on this technology for incorporation into their business. This role produced technical notes, specifications
(new & updates) and standards for technical, project delivery personnel and contractors on best practice for the
construction design and construction of pavements.
CPEE Professional Development (CPD)
This course, with content based on the relevant CPEE postgraduate distance learning study Unit is facilitated and delivered by recognised practitioners in the field and is of such technical content that the number of hours involved should be fully acceptable toward Continuing Professional Development (CPD) standing.
Centre for Pavement Engineering and Education (CPEE): This course is presented by CPEE, a non-profit, specialist private provider (roads and pavements) of tertiary education, founded by AUSTROADS and the Australian Asphalt Pavement Association (AAPA). CPEE offers Graduate Certificate, BE (Hons) and Master of Technology qualifications in roads, pavement engineering and infrastructure asset management, and has formal links to the University of Tasmania.
IPWEA - NSW Division: The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia is a professional not for profit organisation providing member services and advocacy for those involved in and delivering public works and engineering services to the community. Previously known as the Institute of Municipal Engineering Australia (IMEA), the organisation has expanded its traditional local government engineering focus to public works and thereby covering all levels of government and private practice. IPWEA is a Technical Society of Engineers Australia.
TIMES: Please register at the Workshop by 8.15am. The program will commence promptly at 8.30 am and finish at 5.00pm.
ACCOMMODATION: Overnight accommodation is not provided for Delegates. You will need to organize your own accommodation if required.
WHAT TO BRING: Notebook and pens (Course Workbooks provided).
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop.
Please contact us if you have any questions:
Cancellation Policy: If you are unable to attend this event a substitute attendee may take your place, without penalty. However, if you wish to cancel your registration, a refund, less a $125 (Inc GST) service fee, will be given provided you have notified us in writing, at least 10 days before the start of the event. No refund is available for cancellations under 10 days. CPEE reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any course, whereby a full refund or course transfer will be provided.
Contact: Kym Neaylon Tel: 03 9890 5155 or Elsie IPWEA: 02 8267 3008