Digital Systems are now available that can monitor almost every aspect of the road surfacing operation. In order to harness the benefits of this Transport Scotland now requires these systems to be used in large scale maintenance and new build works.
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Revisit the presentations delivered at this event.
The BSI Committee for Surface Treatments recently asked for comments on two Drafts.
The latest edition of the Engineering Council's Pocket Guide to Professional Registration ('the Pink Book') is now complete and available to download.
These videos have been provided to provide information about recent updates to these specifications.
The IAT and Institute of Quarrying have signed a memorandum of understanding which builds on the long-standing collaboration between the two organisations.
This online event was recorded - watch now. Stuart Guthrie discusses the certificate and demonstrates the application process.
In light of Covid-19 related restrictions, a programme of online events has been developed.
New Certificate for Pavement Engineers is now available for online applications.
In light of Covid-19 related developments, we have provided an update on a few issues relevant to IAT members.
Have a look at our new set of video clips.
These presentations can be accessed in the members area, or on the Scottish Branch website
Check out the list of awards and winners. This has recently been updated to show winners.
The Institute of Asphalt Technology has announced the appointment of Lyle Andrew to the position of Director of Development.
We have worked with PTS to design a week long course based around site technician activities specifically in connection with Asphalt.
Pippa Birch provides a report on proceedings.
A full list of awards presented at the President's Dinner.
Colas was appointed by Main Contractor Galliford Try as specialist surfacing contractor as part of a project to recondition the 2.9km 09-27 runway at East Midlands Airport, operated by the Manchester Airport Group (MAG).
The A1 Leeming to Barton improvement project is an excellent example of collaborative working producing innovation through early contractor involvement and setting the standards for future works in safety and technology cumulating in success.
Education Committee Chair Brian Downes provides a update on our various Education initiatives.
Shell and Tarmac have celebrated 12 years since the completion of the 6km coloured bus lane and provide details in this report.
Stringent site safety measures helped ensure a successful outcome to major resurfacing works on the Dartford Crossing’s heavily trafficked Queen Elizabeth II bridge.