In 2003, a large embankment slip on Lawrence Hargrave Drive on the New South Wales coast between Sydney and Wollongong resulted in a complete road closure. The road had been susceptible to rock falls, slips, mud and rock slide in the past, due to high rainfall, erosion and other consequences of the coastal
ARRB has issued the first full certificate under TIPES to a portable boom gate traffic control device, paving the way for more innovative products to come through the evaluation process.
While still new to the Australian market, road repair and widening attachment – the ShoulderMaster – has achieved some major milestones in 2016 alone. its progress doesn’t look to be slowing in 2017.
National Precast member Humes has used a precast concrete solution to upgrade the drainage system of the Warringah Mall as part of a $310 million redevelopment.
National Precast member Hanson Precast has helped bring The Goods Line – a new urban corridor – to life through a number of innovative and striking precast concrete features.