AAPA Producer members in Queensland meet every two months at the Branch Committee.  This committee is open to
producer member representatives and convenors of the Working Groups.

      Queensland Branch Committee (members only)

Continuity of Branch operations and management of the State Executive Officer is undertaken through the QEMC

      Queensland Executive Management Committee (QEMC) (members only)

The Branch has three Committees  addressing detailed issues and delivering on the Strategic Plan and high priority actions.

       Committees:
      Technology & Leadership, Safety & Sustainability, Communications & Outreach (members only)


     

STRATEGIC ALLIANCE-  
QUEENSLAND BRANCH AND TRANSPORT & MAIN
ROADS

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 . . . . .
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QUEENSLAND STATE BRANCH
AAPA is the peak body representing and steering the
flexible and sustainable bituminous surfacing and
pavements industry in Queensland
Our members
Our values
AAPA current Queensland producer membership includes five providers of bitumen and emulsion products,
all the key manufacturers and pavers of asphalt and spray seal companies.
AAPA members deliver the vast majority of flexible bituminous road surfacing and pavements in Queensland.
The Association is dedicated to making the road construction and maintenance industry safer, more efficient,
more competitive and better able to contribute to the sustainable provision of roads for Queensland.
Australian Asphalt
Pavement Association
Committees and Working Groups
From January 2014 this site will not be updated and is only retained as an ARCHIVE.
Go to www.aapa.asn.au for current Queensland branch activiti
es