The ability to customise its new Trout River Live Bottom five-metre patching unit has allowed Fulton Hogan to increase both safety and efficiency in its City of Port Phillip operations.
Having identified ways to improve existing asphalt surfacing technology for airports in Australia, industry stakeholders have joined to deliver a national performance-based model specification for asphalt at airports.
Through its development of preblended crumb rubber modified binder technology, SAMI Bitumen Technologies is overcoming challenges and helping to increase opportunities for the use of crumb rubber binder in Australian road surfacing.
Construction of the New England Bypass at Scone is expected to start mid-2018 following the contract awarded to deliver the project.
A large-scale trial of asphalt made with recycled plastic incorporated into the bitumen binder has been conducted by Fulton Hogan at Christchurch International Airport, New Zealand.