The Queensland Urban Drainage Manual (QUDM) is an engineering guideline that addresses the technical, legal, regulatory and environmental aspects of effective drainage systems. It provides details of appropriate design methods and computational procedures, and covers both hydrologic and hydraulic procedures.
This course has been designed for workers involved in technical planning and design of major and/or minor drainage systems that impact on: urban planning and development; asset management and infrastructure development; environmental considerations; and community expectations.
📅10 November 2021, Brisbane
👉 Register today, with up to 7 CPD hours available.
Increasingly, those involved with the planning, construction and management of infrastructure assets are required to understand the legal basis of native title and cultural heritage issues.
This one-day program has been designed to provide attendees with an understanding of native title and cultural heritage compliance requirements related to infrastructure projects and land tenure dealings, as well as offering additional strategic learning specific to regional challenges, government policy developments and in-house compliance systems.
📅 11 November 2021, Brisbane
📅 9 March 2022, Toowoomba
👉Register today, with up to 6 CPD hours available.
Bridges are one of the crucial asset elements of the infrastructure network. The systematic inspection, condition rating and monitoring of these assets are vital components in managing the lifecycle of these structures.
Bridge Inspection, a 3-day workshop will assist delegates to hone their knowledge and skills to conduct Level 1 and 2 bridge inspections in accordance with industry best practice.
📅26-28 October 2021, Brisbane
👉 Register today, with up to 18 CPD hours available.
There have been many recent developments in pavement design, its construction and monitoring practices.
This unique Masterclass will provide attendees with an opportunity to learn from technical experts and engage in a technical exchange of ideas between TMR, Local Government and private sector technical staff.
📅19 October 2021, Brisbane
This two-day workshop will provide an understanding of the latest practices in the management of unsealed roads. The program will address practical applications such as field testing and site inspections of various unsealed road sites.
Attendees of this popular workshop will gain invaluable skills and knowledge through the formal and practical learning opportunity provided by industry experts and the experience of other participants.
📅 21-22 September 2021, Toowoomba
👉 Register today, with up to 12.5 CPD hours available.
We invite you to the inaugural IPWEAQ Bridge Management Symposium 2022:Towards meeting the Bridge Management Challenge - what can we do on Monday!
At the Bridge Management Symposium 2022, engage in discussions focusing on the key areas of bridge management fundamentals, planning, design and construction of new assets, bridge operations and bridge maintenance and repair.
We look forward to seeing you next year!
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