CPEE on Twitter

Centre for Pavement Engineering Education
#CPEE Training That Counts... ✔️Focused Learning ✔️Subject Specialist Presenters ✔️Practical Presentations ✔️Hard Copy Folder: Notes and PPTs ✔️Optional Workshop Session ✔️Full CPD Eligible Hours ✔️Online - Participate From Any Location ✌️ pavementeducation.edu.au/short-courses/…

Read More

Centre for Pavement Engineering Education
A stitch in time saves nine = meaning to take action NOW to prevent problems / defects becoming worse & more costly to fix later. These upcoming #CPEE short courses provide an understanding of #pavement defects & timely remedies. cpee.arlo.co/w/courses/1049… cpee.arlo.co/w/courses/1048…

Read More

Centre for Pavement Engineering Education
Want to enhance your career prospects and at the same time collect valuable CPD points? Be Quick! Enrolments close shortly for #CPEE #highereducation #online study. Semester 1 Begins 22 February. W pavementeducation.edu.au/study/programs @AMCouncil @AAPA_Australia @Austroads @EngAustralia

Read More

Welcome to your studies

The Centre for Pavement Engineering Education Inc. (CPEE) is an accredited private provider of higher education that specialises in courses servicing the road and pavement sector. With programs ranging from intensive one day short courses through to postgraduate Masters level awards, CPEE aims to meet the needs of someone new to the industry as well as the established practicing professional.

CPEE's strong links to University and industry partners provide courses that are a unique mix of academic learning combined with real world practical experience.


March 2021

In this issue

Welcome to this month’s CPEE Information Alert (CIA) - the first for 2021.

  • Analyses of Rigid and Flexible Pavements Responses Under Heavy Vehicles’ Loading (Michigan Technological University, USA)
  • Climate Change Impacts on Flexible Pavement Design and Rehabilitation Practices (University of New Hampshire, USA)
  • A Mechanistic and Economic Analysis of Two-lift Concrete Pavements (University of Newfoundland, Canada)
  • Machine Learning Approach for Pavement Performance Prediction (National Laboratory for Civil Engineering, Portugal)
  • Oil Refineries Are Not National Security Assets (Reuters, London)
  • Update for Users of the American ‘McLeod’ Design Methodology (The American University, Cairo, Egypt)
  • Fly Ash Based Geopolymer Stabilisation of Silty Clay/blast Furnace Slag for Subgrade Applications (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)
  • Calculating Wheel Path Wander Needed for Autonomous Trucks (University of Newfoundland, Canada)
  • and lots more....

and more....

Associated Organisations

Short Courses & Workshops
  • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Suite 9, 935 Station St Box Hill North VIC 3129 Australia
    +61 3 98905155
Follow us