Construction tender open for $77.8M Adelaide River Flood Plains upgrade

Construction tender open for $77.8M Adelaide River Flood Plains upgrade

Posted in Asphalt Review, Bridges, Latest News, Project Report//December 18, 2018

The project will deliver upgrades to 6.5 kilometres of the Arnhem Highway at the flood plains in the Northern Territory in a bid to improve the road’s flood immunity and safety.

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Bringing infrastructure sustainability innovation to Australia

Bringing infrastructure sustainability innovation to Australia

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//December 17, 2018

How Concrete Pavement Recycling is another successful infrastructure sustainability and enhanced productivity initiative coming from the Australian flexible pavement industry via international technology transfer.

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Building a market for EME2

Building a market for EME2

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News//December 14, 2018

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine TAKES A look at SAMI Bitumen Technologies’ new Kwinana binder terminal in Western Australia and what the development means for the local market. 

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Boral laying the groundwork with an Australian first

Boral laying the groundwork with an Australian first

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//December 13, 2018

With an increasing need for alternatives to traditional railway line track construction, Boral has introduced a new and durable asphalt rail pavement construction product to the Australian market – Railpave.

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MaxiTRANS announces acquisition of Trout River Australia

MaxiTRANS announces acquisition of Trout River Australia

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News//December 10, 2018

Trailer builder MaxiTRANS has entered into an agreement to acquire Australasian Machinery Sales (trading as Trout River Australia), a manufacturer and supplier of live bottom trailers in Australia.

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First SA road built with plastic bags and glass

First SA road built with plastic bags and glass

Posted in Asphalt Review, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//December 06, 2018

The first South Australian road built with soft plastics and glass will utilise plastic from approximately 139,000 plastic bags and packaging and 39,750 glass bottle equivalents.

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