Workshop
EME - demonstration project in Q
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EME demonstration project
in Queensland
dated 2017-05-29
DATE:    Monday  24 March 2014
VENUE: Novotel Brisbane Airport
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REFERENCE MATERIAL
link
1
Austroads Technical Report AP-T249-13
“EME Technology Transfer to Australia: An Explorative Study”
LINK
2
AAPA 2012 Master Class - Premium Asphalt Bases
LINK
Event organisers
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PRESENTATIONS
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Background overview to EME
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What makes the EME binder different
3
Getting the EME mix design to work
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Delivering the job - production
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Delivering the job - field operations
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What we need to know and learn from the demonstration project
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Why BCC was prepared to be part of the demonstration project
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Feedback on the national Austroads project on EME
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Wrap up - after event
 
 
First EME in Australia being placed on 119 Cullen
Avenue West, Whinstanes
The EME is currently
uncovered and able to be
viewed at the 119 Cullen Ave
West site
The technology transfer of “Enrobés à Module Élevé” (EME) from France to
Australia has taken off.  Local hard binder and  aggregates have been sent
to France and mixes developed for two of AAPA’s members. The demonstration
placement of these mixes has happened in Queensland and soon in New South
Wales.

A feedback session by  Boral, BCC, QTMR, ARRB and AAPA took place on 24
March at the Brisbane Airport Novotel providing details of the mix design

process local testing and learnings from EME placement.
Workshop purpose
Workshop program
Supported by
Photographs of the EME demonstration project HERE
EME 1st demonstration project in Queensland
Dr Laszlo Petho of ARRB sharing on what we need to learn from the EME demonstration
project in Q
AAPA AWARD presented to the partners in the
"First Australian EME demonstration project"
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AAPA CEO Michael Caltabiano presented the awards to the partners in the
"First Australian EME demonstration project" at the EME workshop.
         QTMR - Paul Smith                                ARRB - Carlos Rial                        Colas - Azeem Remtula
SAMI - Iulian Mann                       Speedie Contractors - Simon Knowles     South East Profiling - Bob Swan
         BCC - Joe Bannan                         Boral - Trevor Distin                                 AAPA - Rob Vos
Chris Lange & Rob McGuire
Nigel Preston & Michael Caltabiano
Rod MacBeth & Cameron Nisbett
Workshop photographs
Transport & Main Roads
PSTS107 May 2017
High Modulus Asphalt
(EME2)
Pilot specification
updated May 2017
Transport & Main Roads
PSS107 May 2017
High Modulus Asphalt
(EME2)
Pilot specification
updated May 2017