NACOE Gets Green Light Through to 2028

(Pictured from top left to right; Dennis Walsh (Chief Engineer of Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads), Joe Grobler (NACOE Agreement Manager at ARRB). Pictured from bottom left to right; Neil Scales OBE (Director-General of Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads) Matthew Bereni (National Director at ARRB).

On Friday 18th November 2022, a renewed agreement was signed between Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) and the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB), giving NACOE the green light through to 2028.

This reinforces the great work being delivered by the NACOE program which is contributing to lower-cost, quality infrastructure through knowledge and research, and provides benefits to the Australian road industry by enabling the effective use of innovative materials into practice.

The project teams are very honoured to deliver and implement the latest applied research outcomes which benefits Queensland road users through safer, more sustainable and resilient transport infrastructure. 

View the post about it on LinkedIn here.

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