Two years on from the commencement of the project, which has been designed to future-proof the Port as it continues to grow, the $110 million Port Drive Upgrade has been finished.
With the introduction of an internationally-aligned benchmarking tool, Australian road owners and authorities can now be confident that the asphalt products they use are as sustainable as they claim to be.
Fulton Hogan’s adoption of EME2 pavement technology and the latest on-site equipment is helping the multifaceted business change the way Australian roads are made.
The design of Port of Brisbane’s Port Drive Upgrade has been awarded an ‘Excellent’ rating by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia.
Australian Asphalt Pavement Association’s international knowledge transfer tours have been enlightening industry on advances being made in the global flexible pavements sector for nearly 30 years. Its 2018 trip will continue that tradition, albeit in an exciting new setting.
The record length components – with the longest span measuring 46 metres – have been successfully placed for the Port of Brisbane’s $110 million upgrade project.