Britpave, the British Cementitious Paving Association, is an independent body established to develop and forward concrete and cementitious solutions for infrastructure.
Please note, Britpave Trade Association has no commercial interest in or trading association with Britpave concrete step barrier. For contact details see: www.bbsbarriers.com
It is active in the development of solutions and best practice for roads, rail, airfields, guided bus, drainage channels, soil stabilisation and recycling. As such, the Association is the focal point for the infrastructure industry.
The broad membership of Britpave encourages the exchange of pan-industry expertise and experience. Members include contractors, consulting engineers and designers, specialist equipment and material suppliers, academics and clients both in the UK and internationally.
The Association works closely with national and European standards and regulatory bodies, clients and associated industry organisations. It provides a single industry voice that facilitates representation to government, develops best practice and technical guidance and champions concrete solutions that are cost efficient, sustainable, low maintenance and long-lasting.
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Berkshire RG41 2GY
Due to high demand, Surepath Training Limited is to re-run its one-day course 'Theory and practice of lime and cement stabilisation on 15th July 2019 at the Ringwood Hotel, Chesterfield. Early booking is advised as spaces are limited to just 15
Lead by Dr Paul Beetham, an ICE appointed Panel Expert advising HS2 on soil stabilisation, the course is aimed at engineers and geologists wanting to expand their understanding of soil stabilisation with lime and cement. It provides:
- An explanation of how binder affect soil properties
- An exploration of a range of applications for treating soils
- An examination of mix design programme and good site practice
- An examination of key aspects of spoil stabilisation specification
Full course details and registration may be found at: https://bit.ly/2IPpeO6