Improve efficiency

The road construction industry (one of the world’s greatest polluters, second only to vehicles) has one of the largest levers to inhibit climate change through the reduction of carbon waste and ongoing consumption of concrete. Road Authorities have been setting Zero Waste targets that until now were, quite simply, impossible to achieve. The good news is.. we can help you to achieve the impossible


Road-side infrastructure is highly vulnerable to impact- So why not make them impact resistant? Using shock absorbing mechanisms, and the latest self-healing plastics technology, we have developed a range of low cost solutions, making roadside items and the surrounding foundations re-usable impact after impact, for the entire lifespan of a development, enabling you to achieve your target of Zero Waste 



safety and efficiency


This work is becoming increasingly difficult to perform, with workers risking their lives on a daily basis dealing with traffic, angry drivers and an ever increasing amount of underground services

By making foundations sustainable you eradicate the need for digging and heavy labour and the risk of damaging underground services, greatly reducing the risk of workplace injury. 


Smart Sustainable Foundations, which eradicate the need for digging and heavy labour were given the Department of Occupational Health and Safety Worksafe Award for eradicating the risk of body stressing (No1 cause of injury) substantially reducing time on location (No1 cause of serious injury or death) and greatly reducing the risk of workplace injury. In addition to these problems Smart Sustainable Foundations eradicate a multitude of problems, improving efficiency and reducing the risk of cost overruns. MORE INFO 



safety assurance


Take the complex job of installing & maintaining roadside and urban infrastructure and make it simple.

"Efficiency in infrastructure investment must form a central focus for Australia’s governments, as they seek to close the infrastructure gap. After all, each dollar saved by eliminating cost overruns and inefficiencies can be invested in new, productive infrastructure.” 





sustainable concrete

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