Asphalt production and laying in Warrnambool
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.
Fulton Hogan’s asphalt plant and depot in Warrnambool supply high quality products and specialised local services to south-west Victoria and the Western District. Sitting at the junction of three major highways – the Princes Highway, the Hopkins Highway and the iconic Great Ocean Road – Warrnambool is the premier service and cultural centre for this region. Fulton Hogan’s asphalt production and laying teams understand the specific needs of the Warrnambool area and have the local knowledge and expertise to provide well designed solutions uniquely formulated for every situation.
Despite its seafaring history, the ferocious weather and rugged scenery that give the Shipwreck Coast its name means that Warrnambool’s local industries such as manufacturing, dairy farming and milk and meat processing facilities rely on road infrastructure for the efficient distribution of their products.
Our asphalt laying team provides a range of construction and maintenance options to suit any scenario. Whether they are working on city streets, major arterial routes or the all-important network of rural roads that link farms to communities and communities to towns, their experience and expertise ensures the best possible outcome for every situation.
Warrnambool’s tourism industry, based around the spectacular Southern Ocean coastline and the volcanic lakes, craters and hills which can be found inland, is a major economic driver of the region. Fulton Hogan harnesses the most innovative developments and ensure that we use the latest ‘green’ production methods to reduce the environmental impact of our asphalt plant. Low temperature and low emission technologies are just one way that Fulton Hogan conserve energy and help keep Warrnambool’s unique environment beautiful.