Chief Technology Leader, Asset Performance, Portfolio Leader - Asset Modelling
Tyrone has 40 years experience in a wide range of highway engineering and management projects, and in institutional development and training in over 20 countries. Ty was one of the lead authors of the ARRB Best Practice Guide to Unsealed Roads and he specialises in the management and delivery of multi-disciplinary projects, and has specific experience in institutional development and reform, and in research and the provision of advice in the management and design of low and high-volume roads in developed, developing and emerging countries. Tyrone joined ARRB in 2001 following over 20 years with TRL’s Overseas Unit and continues to contribute as a leading international expert on the development of road asset management guidelines and implementing road planning and management systems and procedures in numerous countries. He is ARRB’s Chief Adviser and National Discipline Leader in asset management and leads contribution to training and dissemination in road management and decision support tools worldwide, and in road asset management and performance for Australian road authorities and internationally. He is the principal author of Austroads overview document on asset management, and pavement performance modelling. He has also authored guides on pavement design and materials, low volume roads, investment planning and management for national and international organisations. His technical reports include the appropriate use of roadmaking materials, reseal programming, life cycle costing and investment analysis, Safe Systems and asset management, and road user costs.