Thank you to our dedicated members, experts and other public works specialists who contribute an enormous amount of time, experience and wisdom to our Working Groups. Join a working group and claim CPD hours for your service to the engineering profession.
ADAC Technical Reference Group
Developing and enhancing a robust data specification that underpins asset design and as constructed data.
Standard Drawings Working Group
Reviewing, updating and expanding a suite of drawings that provide an important technical reference for those working on public works projects.
Survey Standards Working Group
Developing a common standard of feature point and string codes, together with their relevant linestyles and symbols to be used for public works projects. A set of capture guidelines will support the consistent application of the survey standards.
Utilities Task Group
detailed guidance and advice on public utilities and related aspects of the Street
Design Manual (SDM). This group will consider identified requirements for
improvement of the SDM and undertake research into emerging issues and advances
Lower Order Road Design Guidelines Reference Committee
To review the current version of the guidelines to determine if the intent of the document is being applied in a way that reflects best practices and a sensible approach to the design and construction of the lower order roads.
Temporary Traffic Management Products Working Group
Creating a compliant toolkit to support the planning and design of safe, cost effective and efficient temporary traffic management solutions for low volume category 1 roads.
CAD Standards Working Group
a common standard of design parameters and systems ensuring a consistent
approach to design across local government jurisdictions.
National Asset Management Strategy- Queensland (NAMS-Q) Advisory Group
Provide leadership and best practices for Queensland asset management practitioners, and identify needs that leads to more informed decisions and better outcomes for Queensland communities.
Supervisors Handbook Reference Committee
To review and update the current version of the Supervisor’s Handbook to ensure the content reflects the role of the current-day supervisor.