Toowoomba asphalt production and laying
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.
On the crest of the Great Dividing Range in South East Queensland is situated Toowoomba, also known as ‘The Garden City’; the nickname owing to its abundance of public parks and gardens and the annual Australian Carnival of Flowers that it holds each September. Toowoomba’s rich volcanic soil is one of the reasons why such colourful trees as Jacaranda, camphor laurel and plane trees are found throughout the city streets. With two universities and TAFE College, Toowoomba is also a major hub for education in the region. It is also home to the Australian Defence Force Oakey Army Aviation Centre personnel, many of whom are housed in the city centre.
In such a thriving town as Toowoomba, well-constructed infrastructure is crucial to support the activities of the community. That’s where you need to rely upon a company like Fulton Hogan to deliver quality bitumen and asphalt paving products and services to meet the requirements of both commercial and public applications. Whether it be a large scale project or smaller private constructions, Fulton Hogan have the asphalt production capacity to meet the most demanding specifications.
Our asphalt can be manufactured on site utilising our mobile mix plants, or from our fixed production facilities at Toowoomba. We produce a superior quality product that is tailored to the individual requirements of each project to ensure the best possible results for our clients. Fulton Hogan’s skilled teams and leading edge equipment and technology, you can rest assured that our team will incorporate the most up to date and environmentally friendly production methods, resulting in low emissions and reduced impact on the environment; both crucial in today’s increasingly ‘green-conscious’ society.