In this edition of the eStab newsletter  we review Happenings in AustStab, upcoming changes at AustStab and Online Resources available from AustStab. We hope that you find it informative, and pass it around to your colleagues.

Auststab Limited
Dear <<First Name>>,

Welcome to the 8th edition new AustStab newsletter, renamed eStab.

In December 2012  at AustStab:
  • Scott Young gave notice of his resignation as Director of AustStab. Scott will relocate to Malaysia with his family shortly to take up new professional opportunities. We wish Scott the best of luck and thank him for his ten years of active participation in AustStab;
  • Continued the review of the Streetworks Code of Practice in Victoria;
  • Setting up a new postal address PO Box 738, Cherrybrook NSW 2126;
  • Reviewed and updated the Dry Powder Polymer Model Specification (For information click here) This will be published on the website in the New Year;
  • Published the Accredited Contractor Register and associated information (For information click here) ; and
  • Continued to work on the association pillars of education, research, promotion and setting standards.

Structural Changes at AustStab

Structural changes are planned for AustStab in 2013. Greg White, Chief Executive Officer will be transitioning some member administration, training and accreditation roles over to Leah Fisher, Executive Officer. These changes will take place in February 2013.

Greg will remain actively involved in delivering AustStab CPEE training courses, participating in Austroads meetings, facilitating NSW and Queensland Working Groups, preparing CEO messages for publications, attending the conference and conducting some audits. 

Winnie will continue to administer the website and manage the bookkeeping and financial administration.

Leah will work closely with Greg in all other roles.

To email me with feedback on the proposed changes please click here.
 


Member Profile - Sibelco

The Sibelco Group supply advanced industrial minerals to a diverse range of applications throughout the world including glass, ceramics, construction and engineering, metallurgy and casting, oil and gas recovery and environmental protection.

Founded in 1872, Sibelco has grown into a truly multinational business, today operating 228 production sites in 41 countries with a team of around 10,000 people. They work closely with our customers to create real value, drawing on the Group’s global resources and expertise to deliver local solutions.

Sibelco are a major provider of Hydrated lime and Quicklime throughout Australia.

Members of the Sibelco team are represented on the lime working group and the training and promotions working group.

Sibelco

More Information

Online Resources - Design and Specifications

Often we are asked for advice on design and specifications relating to stabilised pavements and recycled pavements. AustStab recommend that interested bodies contact member geotechnical consultants or designers (Click here for more information) and consult the association webpage for information on design resources (Click here for more information).

When executing the works, AustStab has developed a series of Model Specifications that are free to download (Click here for more information) and use an AustStab ARRB accredited contractor to complete all works (Click here for more information) .


We take this opportunity to thank our members for the terrific contributions that they have made to the association in 2012. We hope that you have a safe and happy break and look forward to a prosperous new year for all.


Sincerely,

Greg White

Chief Executive Officer - AustStab 

 
Promote the stabilisation and road recycling industry • Educate and train people in the industry • Set national standards of performance • Assist and coordinate research

 



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