The UK’s Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) has launched a competition to reward the most innovative and successful research project in the infrastructure and transport sector.

The Gipave® research project involving Kent County Council (KCC), the University of Nottingham, Amey and Iterchimica was the subject of the competition entry.

The research project, based on two trial sections in Kent and Staffordshire, aimed at demonstrating the benefits of Gipave® in increasing the asphalt pavement service life, reducing the need for maintenance works and providing environmental benefits.

The project has been shortlisted for the CIHT Awards 2022!

Stay tuned!

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