Gold Coast asphalt production & laying and ex-bin asphalt
Fulton Hogan creates, connects and cares for communities; building the roads, ports, airports, infrastructure and property which brings people together. We build communities literally from the ground up, starting with our own network of quarries, complemented by our asphalt, emulsion and pre-cast plants.
Asphalt production and laying for the Gold Coast
Fulton Hogan’s asphalt production and laying plants on the Gold Coast are conveniently located close to Queensland’s major highways. Quality ex-bin asphalt is available to buy from our West Burleigh plant.
The Gold Coast is a rapidly developing city in Queensland famous for its subtropical climate. A popular holiday destination for both Australians and overseas visitors, it is also home to over 500,000. As demand on the Gold Coast increases, there is the need for the asphalt production and laying services of Fulton Hogan, drawn to the area for its exceptional weather, stunning hinterland and beautiful beaches. As the car is the most popular form of transport on the Gold Coast, there is a high demand for the asphalt production and laying services of Fulton Hogan, who have been building and maintaining roads across Australia for many years. Major roads such as the M1 and the Pacific highway allow residents and visitors to travel between the Gold Coast and surrounding areas quickly and safely.
Gold Coast ex-bin asphalt sales
The Gold Coast’s roads are used more frequently as the area’s population continues to grow and the area attracts over 10 million Australian and overseas visitors annually. With many years of experience in asphalt production and laying and ex-bin asphalt sales, the dedicated team at Fulton Hogan is committed to developing and maintaining the Gold Coast’s extensive road network. Our West Burleigh plant provides superior quality ex-bin asphalt required to build and maintain busy thoroughfares. As the Gold Coast is set to host the 2018 Commonwealth Games, the city will require world class roads to accommodate the influx of visitors this event will attract.