Research looks to stop spalling

Research looks to stop spalling

Posted in Latest News, Special Features//June 28, 2019

Concrete doesn’t burn but it does split when exposed to extreme heat. New research from the UK claims adding tyre fibres to a concrete mix can stop this occurrence. Not all agree. Roads and Infrastructure investigates. 

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City of Sydney trials industrial waste concrete

City of Sydney trials industrial waste concrete

Posted in Latest News//June 18, 2019

The City of Sydney is testing concrete made using industrial waste from coal-fired power stations and steel manufacturing on a busy inner city

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The road to recovery

The road to recovery

Posted in Latest News, Special Features//May 17, 2019

Alex Fraser has developed a world-first process to improve its recycling of glass fines and increase its supply of sustainable construction material to the Australian infrastructure market.

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Australia’s first forward-moving aggregate spreader

Australia’s first forward-moving aggregate spreader

Posted in Latest News//April 18, 2019

Boral has unveiled Australia’s first forward-moving aggregate spreader, which has the potential to revolutionise the method and safety of spray seal road construction in Australia.

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How do Australian roads stack up?

How do Australian roads stack up?

Posted in Asphalt Review, Latest News//April 05, 2019

With the final report of Austroads’ long-term pavement performance study released in January, Roads & Infrastructure Magazine finds out what the 24-year research project can tell us about the condition of our road networks.

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Seymour Whyte acquires specialised paving equipment and crew

Seymour Whyte acquires specialised paving equipment and crew

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//December 18, 2018

Civil contracting firm Seymour Whyte has purchased specialised paving equipment, including two concrete batch plants.

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