The Stonemaster quarry is part of Fulton Hogan’s complex in Stapylton, south-east of Brisbane. The area formerly known as Yellowwood after the timber found in this low-lying area on the banks of the Logan River, became an industrial hub with the opening of the Pacific Motorway. It is strategically located between Queensland’s state capital and the Gold Coast. This region is experiencing among the fastest population growth rates in Australia and Fulton Hogan specialise in providing their clients with high quality materials to produce the best pavements and surfaces for the wide range of infrastructure requirements brought about by such rapid population growth.
Superior quarry products from Stonemaster Quarry
In operation since the early 1970s, Stonemaster quarry plays the first role in Fulton Hogan’s comprehensive solution that we offer our customers, supplying the raw materials to create the products for our construction and surfacing operations. The quarry uses environmentally sensitive extraction methods in line with Fulton Hogan’s ethos of minimising environmental impact and contributing to the wider community. To achieve this, waste is minimised and energy conserved wherever possible, and the strictest safety measures are applied so the quarry’s staff can be sure they are in a safe working environment at all times.
Stonemaster quarry is the source of a range of raw materials to supply the many services offered by Fulton Hogan. Bulk fill and road base are the bedrock of our road construction programs; small aggregates, specialty sands and asphalt mixes are used in the varying surfaces we produce for use in different conditions; larger aggregates make up our railway ballast; and gabion rock is particularly useful in creating channels and in areas prone to flooding. As one of Fulton Hogan’s two quarries in Queensland, Stonemaster provides the materials for our extensive operations in the state, from the Gold Coast up to Mackay and Gladstone across to Longreach.