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Putting The Speed In Speed Tables

8 February 2024:

Pre-casting is changing the game in speed table construction.  This pre-cast speed table, installed for Auckland Transport in Kumeu by Fulton Hogan’s pre-cast team, Stevenson Concrete, Fulton Hogan Minor Construction and Coastline Markers, took a single overnight shift to install.

This compares with the two weeks typically required for traditional in situ construction, thereby minimising traffic management costs and disruption for local businesses.

In addition to speed, Fulton Hogan’s National Innovation Lead, Beaudene Pumipi, says pre-casting has health and safety benefits in construction, lower carbon emissions and largely negates the vagaries of the weather, being manufactured in a controlled environment.

“There’s growing interest in how New Zealand can produce speed tables and other concrete road structures more efficiently and effectively, and our pre-cast team, proactively engaging with the wider supply chain, have the answer.”

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