The Australian Stone Advisory Association (ASAA) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of Australian stone at home and overseas. The association seeks to develop standards of excellence in performance and product supply, and to facilitate greater co-operation between the various sectors and competing entities of our industry.

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July 26 – Time 4:15 to 5:45pm

Holmesglen Institute of TAFE,
Cnr Warrigal & Batesford Roads,
Holmesglen, Melbourne, 3148

Note: The ASAA hosted ‘Ask the Experts’ Panel Debate on Natural Stone – Naturally Sustainable will follow at 6pm. See next post.

Natural Stone - Naturally Sustainable

Ask the experts

The Australian Stone Advisory Association (ASAA) will present a panel discussion chaired by David West. The forum will combine brief mini-talks, panel opinions and questions from attendees addressing the life-cycle of natural stone installations, starting with aspects of material selection, through specification, installation, sealing and general maintenance. The panel combines over 150 years of industry experience.

  • David West (Materialswise)
  • Colin Cass (Techtile)
  • Jim Mann (Stone Initiatives & Materials Testing)
  • Rolf Offerhaus (Ardex Australia)
  • Everard Paynter (Actichem)

The panel possesses vast experience in regard to stone resources, material testing, local and international standards and test methods and recommended installation and maintenance practices.

To book a FREE seat email tonystock1.asaa@gmail.com

Light refreshments will be provided.

July 26 – Time 6 to 8pm

Holmesglen Institute of TAFE,
Cnr Warrigal & Batesford Roads,
Holmesglen, Melbourne, 3148

Note: The Panel Debate will be preceded by the ASAA AGM (4.15 to 5.45pm) and a vote on a Special Resolution by full financial members. Visit www.asaa.com.au for more information.

See original ASAA eNews

New ASAA Board appointed

During the recent ballot of the membership only one new application was received .All of the standing directors were re-nominated. Anthony Sarkis of Gosford Quarries retired from the board. In line with the terms of the constitution the board decided to replace Anthony with new nominee and former director David West of Materialswise. The new board will meet at 2pm on 17 November prior to the ASAA AGM and seminar sessions.

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