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14 May 2018
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Toowoomba Second Range Crossing pavement works video

Foamed bitumen was first introduced in Australia for rehabilitation work but is also used in new road construction due to its superior strength and resilience.

We’re building the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project’s four lane road surface between Helidon Spa and Charlton using two 125mm layers of foamed bitumen which will be covered by other dense-graded asphalt layers and sealed with stone mastic asphalt. Watch our video to learn all about this climate resilient pavement.

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