Promoting knowledge sharing across our  international businesses

 

Last week Stabilised Pavements of Australia hosted the Stabilised Pavements Group of companies at our NSW office to promote knowledge sharing across our various international businesses. The session had a strong focus on the transfer of technical knowledge and ideas from our experiences and was a great way for individual company leaders to exchange ideas across the group.

Our latest recipient of the Brian Kratzmann Award

 

Congratulations to Zac Davis of our North Queensland region who is our latest recipient of the Brian Kratzmann Award. Zac is currently our NQ profiling supervisor and his commitment to our customers, safety and plant maintenance are continued features of his day to day commitment to SPA and the service we provide. Well done Zac and also to our other finalists. The nominations for this award are always a great reminder of the wonderful range of dedicated contributions made from our team.

AustStab Young Stabiliser of the Year

 

Congratulations to Jed Martin, who was the recipient of the AustStab Young Stabiliser of the Year at the AustStab Awards of Excellence. The award recognises young stabilising professionals or field staff aged 35 years or younger who have:

• realised competence and significant achievement in pavement stabilising;
• a demonstrated understanding of the role and purpose of the stabilisation in construction industry; and
• have proficiency in the use of communication skills in stabilisation projects.

Jed’s achievement earned him a write up in the latest edition of the Roads & Civil Works Australia magazine, which covers Jed’s story of becoming an engineer and how he got to where he is today. Take a read here.

Back again to where we began over 30 years ago! 

 

Congratulations to our NSW team who recently secured works with the council that SPA completed its second ever project with over 30 years ago. Its satisfying to know we have been contributing towards sustainable road rehabilitation through pavement recycling for such an extended period. Think about the number of tonnes of exported waste and imported virgin materials that this one council has saved over that time period, not to mention the cost savings on whole of life asset management!