27th October 2010

NRS at the NSW Works Officers Conference

NRS was proud to be a sponsor for the IPWEA (Institue Of Public Works Engineering Australia) NSW Works Officers Conference on the 21st & 22nd of October. Held at the Novotel in Wollongong, the event attracted works officers and engineers from Councils all over NSW.

Jason Williams presented the Works Officer of the Year award on behalf of NRS.

We had a booth setup for both days, with lots of interest in crack sealing, line marking and traffic control. Cold Patch and CrackStix were popular, as they always are at these types of shows.

   

On the final day, NRS was given the opportunity to present a 45minute keynote talk to a room of interested work managers. Jake Verwey and Jason Williams gave a joint presentation on "Preventative Maintenance Treatments for Local Roads" which highlighted the cost and social benefits of preventative maintenance programs (crack sealing & rejuvenation) versus traditional reactive maintenance methods of Potholes, Patches and Paving. The information was well received and was a great addition to the information given out at our booth.

NRS will definitately continue to support the IPWEA and look forward to being part of their next event. Visit their website here:

Posted by Jake Verwey    jake@nationalroadsealing.com


 

11th October 2010

NRS exhibit at LOGOV

On the 6th & 7th of October, NRS exhibited at the LOGOV show for the first time.

LOGOV is one of Queensland’s biggest and most popular civil engineering shows aimed at local governments. This year it was hosted by Logan City Council at a sports field near Logan. Rain made for interesting setups as the pathways turned to mud! Still, the show was a success with lots of government engineers and works managers attending.

The NRS outdoor booth was manned by NRS Queensland Manager, Jason Williams, as well as the NSW Manager and Business Development Manager.

On display was the NRS Crafco Supershot 60 crack sealing unit and a variety of repair products including Matrex Cold Patch (asphalt in a bag) and Dalton CrackStix.

We look forward to the next LOGOV and encourage everyone to attend and visit us next show.

www.logov.net

Posted by Jake Verwey    jake@nationalroadsealing.com 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 



27th October 2010

NRS at the NSW Works Officers Conference

NRS was proud to be a sponsor for the IPWEA (Institue Of Public Works Engineering Australia) NSW Works Officers Conference on the 21st & 22nd of October. Held at the Novotel in Wollongong, the event attracted works officers and engineers from Councils all over NSW.

Jason Williams presented the Works Officer of the Year award on behalf of NRS.

We had a booth setup for both days, with lots of interest in crack sealing, line marking and traffic control. Cold Patch and CrackStix were popular, as they always are at these types of shows.

   

On the final day, NRS was given the opportunity to present a 45minute keynote talk to a room of interested work managers. Jake Verwey and Jason Williams gave a joint presentation on "Preventative Maintenance Treatments for Local Roads" which highlighted the cost and social benefits of preventative maintenance programs (crack sealing & rejuvenation) versus traditional reactive maintenance methods of Potholes, Patches and Paving. The information was well received and was a great addition to the information given out at our booth.

NRS will definitately continue to support the IPWEA and look forward to being part of their next event. Visit their website here:

Posted by Jake Verwey    jake@nationalroadsealing.com


 

11th October 2010

NRS exhibit at LOGOV

On the 6th & 7th of October, NRS exhibited at the LOGOV show for the first time.

LOGOV is one of Queensland’s biggest and most popular civil engineering shows aimed at local governments. This year it was hosted by Logan City Council at a sports field near Logan. Rain made for interesting setups as the pathways turned to mud! Still, the show was a success with lots of government engineers and works managers attending.

The NRS outdoor booth was manned by NRS Queensland Manager, Jason Williams, as well as the NSW Manager and Business Development Manager.

On display was the NRS Crafco Supershot 60 crack sealing unit and a variety of repair products including Matrex Cold Patch (asphalt in a bag) and Dalton CrackStix.

We look forward to the next LOGOV and encourage everyone to attend and visit us next show.

www.logov.net

Posted by Jake Verwey    jake@nationalroadsealing.com