|The Flexible Pavement Industry recently came together at Eastwood Golf Club for the 2014 AAPA Golf Day. A fantastic day was had by all. Click here to view all the action... read more..|
|AAPA contributes the 'Asphalt Review' to Roads & Civil Works magazine, Australia's only specialist Road Management, Construction and Civil Works magazine. Check out the developments from the Flexible Pavements industry online read more..|
|The Flexible Pavement Industry recently came together at North Adelaide Golf Course for the 2014 AAPA South Australian Golf Day. A fantastic day was had by all. Check out the photos from the day…
|AAPA member RPQ was established in 1984 with two staff members and one machine. They have been an important partner in introducing road profiling technology into Australia. Today, RPQ employs over 100 staff & owns a fleet of over 100 machines...
|Covering some of the key players in Australia's Flexible Pavement industry, the Associations' new video gives you an opportunity to find out who we are, and why we exist. Thanks for watching...
|The Western Australian State Executive Officer is responsible for the overall management of the State Branch Technology, Communications and Member Outreach programs and reports directly to the CEO. If this sounds like you, apply now. read more..|
|Over the past six months AAPA has had a renewed focus on building relationships with State Road Authorities around the country. This increased drive to build collaborative working groups has resulted in some significant outcomes... read more..|
|Asphalt Review, June/July Issue, is available online. read more..|
|Pavement Work Tips are produced jointly by AAPA and AUSTROADS as part of an output from the Asphalt Research Reference Group (ARRG). These single page handouts provide easy-to-digest information on various construction aspects, and should be of assistance to all practitioners. read more..|
|The latest Asphalt Review is now available read more..|
|Chairman of the Board, Mr Tony Aloisio, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Michael Caltabiano as Chief Executive of AAPA read more..|
|AAPA and the Australian & New Zealand Burn Association have produced a new bitumen burns card and personal first aid card. Those in our industry know that working with bitumen can be dangerous due to its high temperatures and latent heat. The new burn card contains first aid information and advice to medical staff to ensure the appropriate response in the event of a burn. read more..|