Advisory organisations with expertise on roads & pavements on EXTERNAL WORKS. Helping you get the best advice for your project.
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  • Edinburgh College of Art
    Inclusive Design for Getting Outdoors (I’DGO) is the brainchild of three academic research centres, working as a multidisciplinary consortium, supported by a wide range of partners in industry, government and advocacy. There is growing evidence that well-designed outdoor spaces can enhance the long-term health and wellbeing of those who use them...
  • European Asphalt Pavement Association (EAPA)
    EAPA represents the industries involved in manufacturing bituminous mixtures and the companies engaged in asphalt road construction and maintenance throughout Europe....
  • Institute of Asphalt Technology (AIT)
    AIT is the UKs professional body for those working in the field of asphalt technology. Registration with the Engineering Council is available to members through a bilateral agreement with the Institute of Highway Incorporated Engineers, for academic qualifications and NVQs. A fully audited CPD system is also in force....
  • Interlay
    Interlay is the association of block paving contractors dedicated to promoting and maintaining the highest professional standards....
  • Interpave - Precast Concrete Paving & Kerbing Association
    Interpave is the Precast Concrete Paving and Kerb Association, promoting and developing concrete block paving, paving flags and kerbs, ranging from domestic uses to the most taxing heavy industrial applications. Interpave represents the UKs leading manufacturers and is a product association of the British Precast Concrete Federation Ltd (BPCF)...
  • Mastic Asphalt Council (MAC)
    MAC represents the mastic asphalt industry in the UK. It provides technical guides, case studies and recognises excellence by offering awards. Members include mastic asphalt manufacturers, installation contractors and associated suppliers of equipment and services. MAC membership is only open to manufacturers and contractors that satisfy stringent...
  • Mortar Industry Association (MIA)
    MIA promotes factory-produced mortar. It aims to build closer links between the industry, training institutions and bricklayers. It produces technical data sheets, supports training and is actively involved in the development of standards. MIA is one of the constituent bodies of the Quarry Products Association....
  • Refined Bitumen Association (RBA)
    RBA represents the bitumen supply industry in the UK. It promotes the effective use of bituminous materials within the construction industry, provides technical advice, and funds research into bituminous products. RBA also works with contractors and authorities on issues relating to the recycling of bituminous materials....
  • Road Emulsion Association (REAL)
    REAL represents manufacturers and suppliers of bituminous emulsion materials. Its primary objective is to ensure the provision and use of high quality materials. Its member companies are Quality Assured to BS EN ISO 9002. REAL is also a member of the International Bitumen Emulsion Federation (IBEF)....
  • Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA)
    RSMA develops and improves standards of quality, training and health and safety in the highways sector. It operates an NVQ Assessment Centre, qualifying approximately 500 road marking operatives. The centre facilitates a range of training courses for roadmarking companies. RSAMA also offers an apprenticeship scheme....
  • Scottish Lime Centre Trust
    Established in 1994 as a not for profit organisation registered as a charity in Scotland. Aims and objectives: • Promote for the public benefit the appropriate repair of Scotlands traditional and historic buildings • Advance education through the provision of advice, training and practical experience in the use of lime for the repair and...