Portable solar lighting: the safer, the better

Portable solar lighting: the safer, the better

Posted in Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//September 26, 2017

Saferoads’ new Portable Solar Light combines safety and manoeuvrability, providing a unique alternative for civil and road construction sites.

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Site in focus: Fulton Hogan, Narangba, QLD

Site in focus: Fulton Hogan, Narangba, QLD

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//September 25, 2017

The technological capabilities of Fulton Hogan’s first fixed Benninghoven asphalt plant in Queensland made the decision to purchase its second plant from the manufacturer an easy one.

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Paving technology to the tip of Cape York

Paving technology to the tip of Cape York

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//September 25, 2017

Koppen Developments is utilising the latest in Topcon survey and machine control technology to deliver upgrades to 22 kilometres of dirt road as part of the $200 million Peninsula Development Road project.

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$65M highway upgrade to improve QLD freight connections

$65M highway upgrade to improve QLD freight connections

Posted in Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//September 20, 2017

The Queensland Government will spend $65 million to transform the Sumners Road Interchange on the Centenary Highway to improve freight connections.

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Clear communications with new flooded road warning system

Clear communications with new flooded road warning system

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//September 19, 2017

Logan City Council’s new flooded road smart warning system is helping improve road safety around floodwaters on its road network.

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Australia’s longest pre-stressed girders placed on Port Drive Upgrade

Australia’s longest pre-stressed girders placed on Port Drive Upgrade

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//September 15, 2017

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.

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