Bob Andrews is a graduate of the University of Adelaide as Bachelor of Technology, Civil Engineering (1970) and the University of New South Wales as Master of Engineering Science- Geotechnical Engineering (1981). His career focussed on geotechnical/pavement engineering with the South Australian Government in two portfolio departments, Engineering & Water Supply and Transport.
Inaugural Chief Engineer of Victoria. Collette has been working in engineering for over 30 years and worked on projects ranging from major road tunnels and significant rail infrastructure in Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia, new hospitals in Adelaide and Melbourne, and many other road, building, water, wind farm and infrastructure projects around Australia.
Jo has extensive experience both as an engineer in industry and educator in the tertiary education sector. She has a Doctor of Philosophy from The University of Southern Queensland. Jo currently serves on the CPEE Learning and Teaching and Curriculum Committee and CPEE Academic Board.
Jacqui is a leader in Asset Management and Civil Engineering, with more than 25 years experience in local government. She has worked with councils to improve asset management practices and develop meaningful asset management plans. Her focus has always been on the needs of regional, rural and remote communities.
David graduated from University of NSW with a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) with First Class Honours. He has over 30 years’ experience in pavement materials production and technology, pavement design and rehabilitation and pavement asset management modelling. His career spans across the public sector including working on road pavement infrastructure for the Department of Main Roads NSW, Department of Transport, Energy and Infrastructure SA. Roads and Maritime Services NSW and currently with Cardno now Stantec.
Andrew Howard is a Technical Director of Pavement Engineering at GHD, where he leads a diverse team of pavement specialists. He has 13 years’ experience in the fields of flexible and rigid pavement design, pavement management and pavement research.
Paul has worked as a civil engineer for more than 25 years, with experience in University Research, Engineering Consulting and State Government. His early career focused on technical aspects of pavement and geotechnical engineering, including investigation, analysis, design, materials, specification, construction, environmental, commercial and performance issues for numerous projects
Andreas is a Senior Lecturer in Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering at the University of Southern Queensland.
Since graduating from Monash University with a PhD in Pavement Engineering, for more than 30 years Andreas had been working in Australia within the broad area of civil engineering.
Kieran Sharp retired in 2018 after almost 42 years' service to the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB). During that time, he worked on a wide range of pavement, materials and asset management research projects for Austroads, State Road Agencies (including the Queensland NACOE and Western Australia WARRIP programs), the National Transport Commission, industry, the US Army Corps of Engineers and the OECD.
Allen is a senior leader in Engineering & Asset Management, RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability & Safety), Systems Engineering with over 15 years’ experience in Rail, Utilities, Energy, Mining, Facility Management.
Dr. Greg White is Director of the Airport Pavement Research Program at the University of the Sunshine Coast, as well as Director of Airport Pavement Engineering Specialists, an independent consultancy providing high level and specialised advice to the airport industry.
Colin is the Principal Engineer with Civil Sciences and Engineering, a small consultancy set up to specialise mainly in research of new products emerging in Carbon Reduction and sequestration, but also undertakes other commercial work.