West Swan - commercial - traffic island modification

Below are 4 photos of a traffic island prior to our company removing a large section to reduce the size to allow for easier traffic access. The following 4 photos show various stages of work being carried out. The first photo shows the area with part of the traffic island excavated and removed and the excavation filled with 100mm roadbase. The following 3 photos show the area levelled, compacted, waterbound and sealed with a bitumen tack and 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite bl

South Lakes - Shopping centre - kerbing - patching

The first two photos below show a drive-thru to a fast food restaurant in South Lakes. Part of the concrete kerb had broken away and has been removed and the sealed surface broke through creating a hazardous large pothole. The pothole edges were trimmed straight, loose adjacent asphalt surface was removed before sealing with a bitumen tack and 7mm thick layer of 10mm granite black hotmix/asphalt. The following photos show the completed repair work after the section of missing

Bentley - patching - commercial carpark

Below are photos of patching completed for a commercial carpark in Bentley. The owners are installing a new concrete crossover and required the edges to be patched with a an asphalt/hotmix shoulder which will be cut straight to allow for new concrete kerb and crossover to meet flush with the asphalt. Tack and a 50mm thick layer of 10mm granite black hotmix was laid for the patchwork - including around the newly installed bollard. The edges of the patching look rough but these

Rockingham - commercial carpark modifications and patching

The first three photos show two crossovers at a commercial property in the Perth suburb of Rockingham. The concrete kerb and crossover edges have been destroyed by traffic cutting the corners. The following four photos show each side of both crossovers having extensions excavated, concrete kerb and fill removed, roadbase installed @ 200mm thickness, compacted, waterbound and marked out for new concrete kerb to be laid to the edges. The following three photos show the complete

Parkerville - red asphalt water diversion hump

Below are photos of a reasonably steep driveway and a newly installed red water diversion hump. This property had the problem of excess rain water running down the long driveway and flooding around the house. A section was cut out of the existing concrete kerb and an angled water diversion hump was created to divert the rainwater which was running down the driveway away from the house. We applied a bitumen emulsion tack to the driveway surface and formed the hump with red hot