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CTCP Systems Pty Ltd

A.B.N 73 086 381 302

Web Infrastructure/Software Development

Specialize in web infrastructure and solution design.

Design and implementation  of LDAP directory integration solutions,SunOne Portal installation, customization and training.

Developing Test Plans, strategies and test cases for web applications.

Design and implementation of J2EE, C++, Visual Basic, JavaScript, Oracle and SQL server applications skills to work with your development environment.

CTCP Software Development

Looking for QA documentation?

You can directly browse or download our sample documentation. Includes forms, compliance test calculations, specific quality system elements, some examples and demos.

Documents from Golden Quadrilateral Roads Project - India

Sample Document for Quality System Elements
Conformance Report and Other check lists

Staff Training
Project Base Staff Training. For more information, see Auspec Training Notes.

Application Testing
Compliance Testing Methodology, Test Script Design and Implementation, Test Strategy and Reporting.

Data Base Management
We design, implement and manage project specific data bases for Heavy Loaded Road Improvement Project, Indonesia These data bases are design to maintain day to day construction records, quality assurance details, staff training, projects physical and financial progress.

Asset Management, Contracts Management and Project Supervision
Our expertise ranges from project formulation, contract documentation, tender administration contracts management and project supervision. You are invited to peruse through our the List of Previous Projects completed in Australia and Overseas.

We specialized in remaining life assessment in road and bridge assets, our experts can assist you in the preparation of required progress reporting in major projects for donor agencies such as World Bank, ADB and OECF.

Pavement Testing
Presently our research staff involved in the development of rational pavement design methods for unbound pavements. Our research work extends into Road Construction Management, incorporating the developments in Information Technology into real life Road construction issues. Our research engineers are very well qualified and experienced in international road projects in tropical and sub tropical climates.

  • We have experience in various urban and rural road projects in Australia and overseas, training staff in modern construction methods and international quality assurance standards.
  • We develop tender documents to suite Australian, FIDIC and ICE standards. We advise clients, contractors on various technical issues including claims related to road construction contracts.
  • We carryout pavement condition surveys and pavement testing to estimate the remaining life of road pavements and investigate the availability of suitable locally available road construction material.
Contact Us
To submit initial proposals please send mail to our teams at:
E-mail for Rural Roads Project Team
E-mail for Research Projects
E-mail for Software Development
At the beginning of the millennium, the world is changing fast. As a team consists of dedicated experienced professionals, we can help you adapt to tomorrow's world. Our service covers Computer Software Development, Application Testing, Road Construction Management, Pavement Research Work and Quality Assurance.

Research Work

Our research area covers Rational Methods in Pavement Designs, Urban Hydrology, Incorporation of the developments in Internet Technology to Construction Management and the development of Internet based Data Bases. For further information on these please see the Research Areas.

Review of Existing Pavement Design Standards
Since early 60's, the emphasis on pavement design procedures has shifted from " pure -empirical" methods" methods to more rational " mechanistic" or " analytical - empirical " design methods. Analytical empirical methods are generally based on: Calculation of pavement response with current generation of multilayer elastic and viscoelastic analytic based computer programs. Prediction of pavement performance and material -characterization evolved during past 30 years. "Material in the pavement structure do not behave as " linear-elastic" it was always necessary to temper material properties with engineering judgment during pavement design". This was one of the themes in Professor Carl Monismith's lecture to Transport Research Board's annual meeting in 1992 as the Distinguish Lecturer. . Existing " pure- empirical " pavement design methods are primarily based on the results from AASHTO 1962 Road Test. Current design standards for design of pavements in UK are based on their Road Note 29 third edition in 1970 and TRRL report LR 1132 in 1984. Review of Current Pavement Design Standards

For further research topics, see Research files.

Following paper is in bahasa Indonesia, Some Field Experience Gained in SMA in Heavy Loaded Road Improvement Project. Stone Mastic Asphalt

Urban Hydrology
Use of mathematical models requires the estimation of model parameters. Parameter optimization is preferred to the trial and error visual comparison of observed and modeled output response, due to subjectivity and time-consuming nature of the latter approach. An optimization procedure is described in this paper, to estimate the model parameters of the urban storm water drainage model ILSAX. See the ILSAX Model Parameter Optimization paper for more information.

Urban Hydrology Models - Parameter Optimisation
ILSAX Model parameter optimization
The method is designed to provide the ‘best’ set of model parameters that consider several storm events simultaneously. Impervious area parameters are obtained from frequent small storm events, while the pervious area parameters are obtained from less-frequent large events. Twenty-four urban catchments were considered in this study. Five ‘small’ and five ‘large’ storm events were considered for each catchment in parameter optimization.

Construction Management

Some construction issues in a Mini Hydropower Station in Sri Lanka
Hydro power generation means the conversion of potential energy available in water flowing in a stream to electrical energy with the use of a turbine. This process essentially involves diversion of water at a point of higher elevation and conveying it to the turbine installed at a lower elevation. The energy generated is directly proportional to the difference in elevation (available head) and hence the process of diversion of water should be done with great care to save the potential energy i.e. head loss should be kept to a minimum. A series of Civil Engineering structures are built for this purpose, namely, diversion dam, intake, head race channel, sedimentation tank, fore bay tank, penstock line, power house and tail race. See the Construction of a Mini Hydropower Station in Sri Lanka paper for more information.

Labyrinth Spillway cum Bridge,  Hydraulic and Structural Design Pavement Design Research Modelling Stone Mastic Asphalt in Melbourne,Australia Bitumen Seal,  North Queensland,  Australia Permeability measurements on a SMA pavement Pavement Crack Investigation, Indonesia Visual Pavement Investigation, Heavy Loaded Road Improvement Project Indonesia Pavement Maintenance and Training of Local Staff Second World Bank Project Colombo -Kandy Road Phase I Investigations for Third world Bank Project of Sri Lanka

CTCP Systems Software

Our software comes with a guarantee of free updates and continuous technical support. We train your staff to develop your own modules using our basic units.

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