National Aircraft Pavement Maintenance Programme 2014 – 2020

Following the successful completion of projects under the 2011-14 Maintenance Works Contract, Fulton Hogan was re-engaged by the Department of Defence to perform various critical maintenance activities at military airfields across Australia for a further six years to 2020. 

The scope of works is very diverse and includes bitumen resealing, asphalt patching, concrete spall and crack repairs, line marking, airfield lighting installations and modifications, drainage reconstruction; and rubberised bitumen bandaging.   

As the 13 airfields are scattered across the country (RAAF Bases Curtin, Darwin, Edinburgh, Gin Gin, Learmonth, Pearce, Tindal, Woomera, HMAS Albatross (Nowra), HMAS Stirling, Bindoon Airfield, Mount Bundey Airfield and Robinson Barracks) all works require careful coordination due to the often remote locations and the need to maintain the airfields operational during the works.  Critical to our success is our internal supply chain of in-house manufacture, transportation, logistics, engineering, design, project management and service delivery.

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LOCATION AUSTRALIA  CLIENT Department of Defence  VALUE A$100m START 2014 END Est 2020 CAPABILITY Defence, Airports, Asset Maintenance

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