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Industry and Partners

In addition to its foundation members, CPEE maintains links with Industry, University and its many alumni who have graduated from its programs or attended its short courses.  Through these partnerships we are able to continually develop leading educational outcomes.

Foundation Members


Australian and New Zealand Road Transport and Traffic Authoritie
Austroads is the association of Australian and New Zealand road transport and traffic authorities. Austroads members are the six Australian state and two territory road transport and traffic authorities, the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, the Australian Local Government Association and the New Zealand Transport Agency.


Australian Asphalt Pavement Association
The Australian Asphalt Pavement Association (AAPA) is a representative industry association with a progressive and innovative approach. It was formed in 1969 as a non-profit organisation to promote the economic use of asphalt and bitumen bound products based on sound technical and commercial grounds. Throughout its history, AAPA has maintained as its major objective the dissemination of technical knowledge aimed at continual improvement in asphalt and bitumen bound technology.

Education and University

University of Tasmania

The University of Tasmania has a growing reputation as one of Australia's foremost teaching and research institutions. With a history spanning almost 125 years, the university is ranked in the top ten research universities in Australia and in the top two per cent of universities in the world.  With more than 29,000 students, UTAS provides a creative and stimulating environment, providing opportunities for our students to engage in an international learning experience through student exchanges and a multicultural campus life.Beyond the student experience, the university's community is strengthened by a network of more than 90,000 alumni spanning more than 120 countries, and is underpinned by collaborative partnerships with other organisations who share our strategic outlook.While maintaining a distinctive Tasmanian identity, UTAS programs and research are international in scope, vision and standards


Roads Australia

Roads Australia is a not-for-profit, non-political industry association whose 140+ members include all of Australia's road agencies, major contractors and consultants, motoring clubs, service providors, and other relevant industry groups. RA does not advance sectional interests. Instead, it serves as an indispensable focus group, bringing together road and transport agencies and industry players to engage on a range of practical and policy issues that are - at their core - about delivering the best transport outcomes for all Australians.


AustStab was setup in 1995 by specialist stabilising contractors, who wished to raise the awareness of stabilisation in the industry. The main emphasis was to promote the recycling of pavements, the need was seen due to expertise in stabilisation being in pockets of Australia.

AustStab continues to offer collaboration with all state road agencies and many councils. This includes formulation of specifications, running courses throughout the country as well as publishing the latest information on stabilisation.


The Australian Road Research Board

For over 50 years, ARRB Group Ltd (ARRB) has provided trusted advice, technical expertise and solutions to transport and road agencies across the world. ARRB's member agencies include federal, state and local government bodies and is a not-for-profit entity. ARRB and its members recognise the critical role they play in supporting one another to improve productivity, safety, sustainability and amenity outcomes for the public.


Pavement Science
Mincad Systems was formed in 1987 as the first “specialist” computational mechanics group to service the numerical modelling needs of the Australian mining and geo-engineering industry. One of our principal objectives is to promote intelligent, efficient and effective use of state-of-the-art computational techniques in mining and geo-engineering