We are sharing with you the video proceedings of the CRISPS webinar on 10th December 2020. The webinar showcased multi-disciplinary research from the University of Birmingham (UoB), University of Auckland (UoA), the University Putra Malaysia (UPM), and the International Road Federation (IRF).
“The research project aims to demonstrate the technical and economic suitability of three global best-practice road surfacing technologies for the range of traffic and environmental conditions of high volume roads that typically currently occur in LICs and those that are predicted to occur in the future. The technologies evaluated are Modified Epoxy Chip Seals (MECS), Modified Epoxy Asphalt Surfaces (MEAS) and Fibre Mastic Asphalt (FMA) respectively. The technologies are a result of many years of research in New Zealand (MECS and MEAS) and Malaysia (FMA) where their in-situ performance has been demonstrated through trials and they are as a result routinely used in service.”
Watch the webinar video below: