The Association provides support for its Queensland members from an office located in Toowong, Brisbane. CONTACT
The Queensland Branch Committee generally meets on Thursdays in the third week on February, April, June, August and October.
The Branch Committee elects a Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary & Sub-Committee Chairmen annually.
A small Queensland Executive Management Committee addresses day-to-day issues between Branch Committee meetings.
The Branch has sub-committees addressing detailed issues and meet approximately every two months:
Specifications, technical standards, new products and systems, spray sealing, asphalt supply, quality & performance issue.
System development and client specification reviews,participation in project & system trials.
In 2013 the Branch Committee has taken over responsibility for monitoring and delivering on safety & environmental outcomes
for members. The scope will include safety of the workplace, healthy working and environmental awareness, incident reporting,
changes in legislation and regulation, projects related to
The committee also releases Safety Alerts to keep members up-to-date on incidents and remedial actions.
The branch supports training against national VET competencies, delivery of the Bituminous Surfacing - Principles & Practices
course. Representation is maintained on external training organisations usch as Construction Skills Queensland.
Driven by the elected representative of the Queensland Associate members this committee supports and organises the social
and communications events of the Branch. These include the Annual Golf Day, the End-of-Year function, the Mid-Year Social
function and three Communications Forums including acknowledge speakers.
Provides a formal link to the activities of kindred organisations in Queensland including:
Queensland Major Contractors Association, Civil Construction Federation - Queensland, Engineers Australia, Roads Australia,
Queensland Civil Infrastructure Alliance
Develops material promoting the interests of members, participates in the Annual Transport and Main Roads Engineering
Technology Forum, provides industry enhancing publications to members and their clients
QUEENSLAND BRANCH AND TRANSPORT & MAIN
The Branch is in an Alliance whose purpose is to work together to achieve superior flexible pavements for the community which will ensure
best value for Queensland and a sustainable business environment for AAPA Members. This is to be achieved through collaboration
and total commitment.
Details of the Strategic Alliance activities are available here . . . . .